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TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1941

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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Third Meeting
Of Foremen
Will Be Here
Groups Of Ohio, Michigan
To Convene ; Sponsored
By Extension Service
Convening for the third annual
Foreman's Conference, over 2,000
foremen of Michigan and northern
Ohio industries will gather here
April'19 under the auspices of the
University Extension Service in co-
operation with the National Associa-
tion of Foremen and foremen's clubs
of Michigan and Ohio.
Charles R. Hook, president of the
American Rolling Mill Company of
Middletown, Ohio, will open the Con-.
ference with an address entitled "The
Foremen's Part in National Defense."
Highlighting the second half of
the one-day program will be De Loss
Walker, associate editor of Liberty
Magazine, who will precede the after-
noon conferences with a talk on
"What Makes America Secure."
The afternoon ~session will include
small group conferences on the vari-
ous aspects of foremen's jobs, such
as: training new foremen; the pracl-
tical use of psychology; the foreman
and his men today; executive leader-
ship; the foreman's place in job;
training; And what the foreman can
do to influence the worker to want
to do a better job. 1
Stevenson Will Speak
Harvey Stevenson, member of the7
student council of Antioch College,
will discuss the Ford strike situation
at 8 p.m. Wednesday in Unity Hall.c
Active in CIO affairs, the student
was one of the leaders of the pickets
at the strike. He has been working
in the Ford plant as an apprentice.

Republicans
Are Leading
F- R 2 ~~

Faculty Men Are New Mayor,
Council Head In GOP Victory

Student

Officers

Flying Club To Hold Meeting Tomorrow

r ort II~e~(~Continued from Page 1) constable with a 195-124 victory over
(Continued from Page 1) vote. William J. Saunders (R) re- NiPolas Neg aite (R) of the law
ceivedfa 180-163avote(overfArbielB.
ceived a 180-163 vote over Arbie B. school was elected alderman in the
votes have been cast as yet, however. Clever (D) for alderman, and Repub- Sixth Ward over Emily Abbot (D)
The constitutional amendment pro- lican Robert W. Temple was chosen by a 625-155 vote. Dr. Warren E.
posals were receiving silght affirma- Forsythe (R), director of Health Ser-
tive majorities. However, only one NROTC And ROTC vice, defeated Gerald Davies (D) for
quarter of the precincts had been supervisor, 620-156. James P. Kungle
counted, and these nearly entirely Rife Teams Meet (D) was unopposed for constable.
I romc ou td , a n d es e e au ly n t irelIn th e se v en th w ard ra ce v o ters I
from out of state Republican dis-' y gave Sydney Cook (R) 1,328 votes
tricts Michigan's Army and Navy ROTC for alderman, his opponent Fred W.
The Republican Party swept Wash- freshman rifle teams will battle it I Norris (D) getting 640 votes. Jessie
tenaw County for all the State offices. out for the newly donated Graf o'- E. Coller (R) beat out Edward K.
Twenty out of 36 precincts gave Al- Hara marksmanship trophy tomor- Erikson (D) for the supervisors post,
d 4342 vtsl respcly nte rowat e military rifle rngt m 11,335 to 641. Leroy H. Stoddard was
and ,34 voesiresectvel inthe ow t te mlitry ifl rage. unopposed for the constable's posi-
contest for University regents. Their Designed "to symbolize a stimulus tion. He got 1,470 votes.
Democratic rivals, incumbents Frank- to the spirit of competition between --- - - ves.
lin Cook and Charles Hemans got the army and navy units to aid them
2,682 and 2,363 votes respectively. in developing good marksmanship,"
In the hotly contested race for the trophy is being offered by the
state highway commissioner Leroy C. Graf O'Hara Post 423 of the Veterans
Smith (R) defated G. Donald Ken- of Foreign Wars.
nedy (D) for both the short and long Shooting for the naval squad will
term s. The vote for the short term be ho t n te na a i , tuaTwilE E
was 4,171 to 3,119 while the vote for be Mort Hunter, '44, captain, Arthur THIS WEE
the long term was 4,225 to 3,051. Thomson, '41E, Robert Begle, '43,
Edward Elliott (R) ran ahead of Har Miller, '44E, and Maitland REFERENCE
Edward McFarland (D) by a vote of AT BAR
4,854 to 2,341 for the post of super-B
intendent of public instruction. It's Really Fun to E E
In the race for election to the S E D RZ from 9
State Board of Education Wynand The Easy MacLEVY Way 9
Wichers (R) was given 4,401 votes Lose 2 to 3 inches inonly 10 I
to Francis Comfort (D), 2,489. visits, No starvation diets So
Two Republicans were elected to no strenuous exercise.
oulose while relaxing.-Me- Books on
the State Board of Agriculture. Clark chanical and Swedish Mas-n
L. Broday received 4,418 to Charles sage. Vapor Cabinets. Mild
F Klump (D) 2,26. William H. Ber- Workouts. Call or Write for Sav
key (R) received 4,488 to Benjamin FREE Trial Visit. Est.
H. Halstead (D) 2,443. 1893
In the non-partisan contest for
justice of the Supreme Court, 18 out SLENDERIZING
of 36 Washtenaw County precincts
gave incumbents George E. Bushnell STUDIO MICHIGA
and Edward M. Sharpe a comfortable 725 N. Univcrsity Dial 5126 322 S. Stat
margin over George A. Cram and
John M. Dunham. Featuring the Fa mous Mc levy wysre of Slenderizing

Of Church Groups
Receive Positions
New officers of the student organi-
zation of St. Andrew's Episcopal
Church elected Sunday are John
Bingley, '42, president, and Joan
Ritchie, '42, vice president.
Council members are Rudolph Ax-
elson, '42E, Dorothy Briddon, '43,
William Clark, '42, Paul Lim-Yuen,
'42E, Susanna Nicholson, '43, Robert
Steidemann, '44, and Monica Stevens,
'43.
Wesleyan Guild at the First Meth-
odist Church voted Sunday for offi-
cers. Richard Coe, '42, is president;
Charles Hauschild, '42, will serve as
vice president; Elizabeth Decker, '43,
is secretary and Osmar Ullrich, '42E,
was voted treasurer.
K at FOLLETT'S
and TEXTBOOKS
GAIN PRICES
me Free"
Every Subject
'e at .
NN BOOKSTORE
e at N. University

The Flying Club will meet at 81
p.m. tomorrow in Room 1042 East En-c
gineering Building, Leslie J. Trigg,t
'41E, president, announced yesterday.c
Members are requested to bring a
record of their flying time between
April 1, 1940 and March 31, 1941.
The record should include instru-1

ment time, night flying, dual solo,
cross-country, the ratings gained
during the specified period, and time
on the Link Trainer.
Final arrangements for the region-
al flying meet to be held Saturday
and Sunday and for the Loening Tro-
phy report will be completed.

DAILY THROUGH SERVICE
in DeLuxe Air-Conditioned Coaches and Pullman Cars
Between ANN ARBORan
NEW YORK-BOSTON-CHICAGO
Also-Friday, Ap.1,94
Special train leaves Ann Arbor 3:45 P.M. with through
coaches for Detroit, Cleveland, Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse.
This train will have DeLuxe Reclining Seat Coach to Newark
and Hoboken, N.J.
Special train to New York. with modern coaches leaves
Ann Arbor 6:40 P.M. arriving New York 8:40 A.M.
Special train leaves Ann Arbor 1:15 P.M. for Jack-
son, Battle Creek, Kalamazoo, Niles, Gary and Chicago.

Low Round Trip Fares,.,
For further details call at Ticket Office
or telephone 2-31-31.

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If you are going home, why make extra work for someone by taking your
laundry with you? Especially when it's so economical to have it done to mi-
croscopic perfection by the Ann Arbor Laundries. In fact, the Student Bundle
o( tr is des4ige( expressly to m Stelt student tieeds and student pocket books.
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