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April 17, 1928 - Image 2

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_______THE MICHIGAN DAILYm
FN R VICTOR EMANUEL_ BUSINESS SCHOOL PESNJLAE WHITNEY AND DICEĀ°
UNHURT BY BOMB~ PLANS, PERSONNEL IS POPULAR HOPE ATTEND MEETINGS-

Plans are no0w being comnpleted by
h()lie blo~l (:f lBusiness Adiniistra-
I iou tfor~a es cfll :,:fle i(;ic o t )
r; ; : ? (held at the Union 'Fhursday, May 10.;
At this timie employment oticers of
' r f 3 vuic'us firms throughout the state
will meet to discuss their common
" problems. Letters are being sent otit kr
h3 inviing eprsenttive ofpru ninents
firs o tted hecoif-rec.e.A
4 : ~gathering of a similar nature was held ;r^
here last year.
4 z The tentative program which has
been, arrangedl will include discussion
j ' hours, at which the tolls wi.'l be con-
i "K ducted by certain leaders in their
x fieldls, and at luncheon andl dinner.!
The conference will open at 10 o'clockcI '
Thursday with a discussioni of "Labor l
j { Stability in Michigan," conducted- by
/ IProf. OlinW. Blackett, assistant pro-I
/ lessor of statistics. This will be fol-
i lowed by consideration of the topic.
king Vctor iii~iii"The Worker and his Work," lead by ~ui Iii
Who escaped injury when fa bomb ' W. V. Bingham, director of the Per- !Ioina esns
that killed 15 men andi injured 40, em- sonnel Rtesearch federation, New I mna ~aans
ploedner imin ilnItly HeYork. Prof. C!ar-e E. Griffin, acIga gainst the plresent government,I
had oneto hatcit toattnd he dean of the business school, will de- placed their hope of victory inJ
inauguration of a fair. The bomb ex- liver an address at luncheon. Atl Maniu, whom they desire to be n~a
ploded prematurely and wrecked the 2:30 o'clock the finial discussion group premier. Maniux and his p~artyI
square where the king's cortege was will be held, on the subject of "Organ- demanded the resignation of the
due to pass ten 'minutes before he ar- ization of the Personnel Department."' tianu government now in power.
rived.
INLANDER OFFERS.
P RIZES FOR BEST ~ .
POE ra TY_1IISUE b
In addition to the poetry contest FIS 40
being sponsored by the Inlander vas I an ere _
a feature of its Spring Poetry cumber
which will appear the latter part of l rg
NOWSHWIG-TODAY &WD
this month, the editors have an-!, N W ttil~r
pounced that Mrs. Clarence Cook ( Adventurer ! Fighter !
Little is offering a prize of $10 forI Gambler! And WhtaL v r
the best sonnet publishe(1 in the'
issue.
Robert Frost, f~ormer holder of the
University fellowship in creative arts, 3
who has b'een an Ann Arbor visitor
for the past three weeks, will jixdge
the sonnets in the issue as well as theme
poems. He is to choose a first and aI
prize of $10 is; being offered by George,
Wahr for the poem placing first and
J5 is being offeredl by the Inlander for
the poem placing second. -
IContributions may be a ddressed to_
I'the Poetry Editor of the Inlander at
the Press Building. Afll manuscripts, j
it is :announced, must be in the hand;,s
of the editors not lacier than G3 o'clock\
Wednesday, April 18. If none of the
.poetry submitted is of sufficient merit .-
in the opinion of the judge, the prizesI 4}
will not be awarded. / \
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