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THE

MICHIGAN

DATILYi

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FOR MEETING

iness Graduates C on v e n e
at Union Tomorrow for
Annual Conference.

Preparations today were being
made to receive more than 75
alumni of the School of Business
Administration, who will convene
here tomorrow for a one-day con-
ference in the Union.
The committee, composed of D.
M. Phelps, '26, T. K. Haven, '29, and
R. T. Beall, '30, have been working
on plans for the last month, and,
from present indications, they said,
the conference is expected to sur-
pass thoso of the last two years.
The conference, the third to be
held in as many years, will open
at 9:30 o'clock tomorrow morning,
at. which time Dr. Clarence S. Yoak-
um, vice president of the Univer-
sity, will make the address of wel-
come. The response will be given
by Milton J. Drake, M.B.A. '30.
Group discussions, beginning at
10 o'clock, will be held in banking
and investments, marketing and
sales management, and accounting.
A luncheoon will follow at noon,
with Ralph Starr Butler, a gradu-
ate of the University, and now vice
president in 'charge of advertising,
General Foods corporation, giving
an address on "A Challenge to
American Business."
Pick Doctor Carefully,
Tell Him All, Is Advice
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., May 7.-
(M)-The layman got an earful
from Dr. Melvin S. Henderson ofj
Rochester, Minn., Wednesday.
Speaking before the Minnesota
State Medical association he said a
man or woman should select a doc-
tor with, the same care exercised in
the selection of a wife or a hus-
band. Then he added:
"Once you have decided he is the
man for your doctor, hold nothing
,from him, not even your monthly
income, and that doctor will see
you get a dollar's worth of service
for every dollar you pay him."
Cities of State Mut
Waive T ax Penilties
LANSING, .May 7.-(P)-Action by
cities andnvillages throughout the
state is~ necesar~y if they wsh to
join the state in waiving penalties
on 1929 and 1930 taxes until July
1, according to Louis N. Webber,
secretary of the Michigan Real Es-
tate association.
The law remitting penalties. un-
til July 1, which was passed to re-
lieve those unable to pay their
taxes, applies to counties, town-
ships and school districts but not
to village and city taxes. The city
of Detroit has passed an ordinance
lifting the penalties.

WICKERSHSAM ASKS
FOR CRIME FIGHT
WASHINGTON, M a y 7.-(')-
Chairman Wickersham of the law
enforcement commission today urg-
ed the American Law Institute to
enlist its scholarship- and research
in the fight on crime.
Wickersham, who is also presi-
dent of the institute, said in open-
ing its ninth annual session that he
felt the time had come for an in-
tensive study and clarification of
criminal law, and asked the insti-
tute to undertake the work.
A RTJ1[LERY ARiMORY
,7,000,000 Damage Is Estimated
as Result of Fire in 106th
Field Armory.
B U F F A L O, May 7.-(AP)-Fire
which swept through the 106th'
Field artillery Armory here and
caused damage estimated by Capt.
William Speidel, regimental supplyI
officer, at more than $7,000,000, was
under control early today.
Capt. Speidel said that, with
Capt. Joseph W. Becker of the
174th regiment, he made an ap-
praisal of the damage to the Arm-
ory and its contents three years
ago. He said they appraised the
value of the Armory alone at $3,-
000,000, and the equipment at $4,-
000,000.
The blaze spread during the
night to a nearby church and de-
stroyed it. Fire officials estimated
this loss at approximately $50,000.
Minute men of a legion post were
drilling when John D. Marvin, a
city fireman off duty and a mem-
ber of the minute men, discovered
smoke coming out of cracks in the
floor of the Armory and sounded
the alarm.

3:15-RADIO GUILD, "PETER IBBETSON,"
with Constance Collier - WJR, WLW,
WJZ
4:00-Light Opera Gems with Catherine
Field, Helen Nugent and Earl Palmer-
WXYZ, WBCM, WABC
4 :50--Basebalt scores-WJ R
5:45-Lowell Thomas-WL W, KDKA, WJZ
6:00-MORTON DOWNEY with Nat Brusiloff's
ochestra--WABC, WGAR, WBCM
6:15-St. 'Moritz orchestra - WGR, WEAN,
fir! a V ,
7:00-Juia iSanderson with Nat Brusiloff-
WJR, WLW, KDKA
Pryor's Military band-WABC, WEAN
JESSICA DRAGONETTE and the Cav-
aliers and concert orchestra - WWJ,
WTAM7, KYW
7:30-B IeyeT Lef Lboys, Landt trio and
White_-WJ.Z, WBAL
8:00--BiLY ;ONES AND ERNIE HARE-
WJR, KT)A, WRN
Cliq~uot Club with Ray Knight--WWJ,

TODAY'S RADIO PROGRAMS

WGY, WEAF
8:30-TWENTY-FIRSTLANNIVERSARY OF
THE DRAMA LEAGUE OF AMERICA
9:00-Countess Albani, Men About Town, Nat
Shilkret-WWJ, WTAM, WENR
Quakers, Don Vohe esdirecting orches-
tra--WJR, KDKA, WJZ
9:30--RKO Theatre of The Air-WWJ, WGY,
"The March of Time," orchestra direc-
tion by Howard Barlow - WXYZ,
_ WOWO, WEAN
10:00-FLETCHER HENDERSON and his or-
chestra--WXYZ, WCCO, WABC
10:30-Gibert and Sullivan Gems, Harold
Sanford directing -WJZ, WREN, WGAR
VINCENT LOPEZ and his orchestra-
l WWJ, WTAM
11:00-Florence Richardson's orchestra-WJZ,
WREN, WGAR
"Canada On Parade"-WJR
Phil Spitalny--WEAF, WGY

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