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PAGE FOUR

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

US. Al, CONFERENCE: Contestantslin
Alumni To Hear S. H. Slichter Speech Final
Discuss Industrial Relations Are Announce

OHIO STATE PROFESSOR:

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Dr. Sumner H. Slichter, Lamont
University professor of the Graduate
School of Business Administration
of Harvard University, will speak on
"Industrial Relations" at 3:30 p.m.
Saturday in the Rackham Amphi-
theatre before the general session
of the Sixteenth Annual Alumni Con-
ference of the School of Business
Administration.
A member of the staff of the
Brookings Institution in Washington.
D.C. from 1925 to 1930, Dr. Slichter
has been a professor at Harvard
since 1930. He is the nationally known
author of several books, including
"Modern Economic Society," and
numerous popular and scientific pa-
pers. He has done research in the.
fields of labor turnover, trade union
policy and industrial management
economic factors affecting industrial
relations in defense, determinants of
the volume of employment and theory
of wages.
The other speaker for the con-
ference will be Frank W. Fetter, chief
of the Division of Investment anc
Economic Development of the De-
partment of State, whose subject wil
be "International Economic Rela-
tions."
From 10 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. Satur-
day there will be round table discus-
sions for the alumni on accounting.
banking and finance, industrial rela-
tions and marketing, led by Profs
W. K. Pierpont, R. G. Rodkey, J. W.
Riegel and C. E. Griffin respectively.
Members of the faculty committee
for the conference are Profs. Dixon.
Phelps, and Davisson.
Grentzer J01s
Juillard Staff
Accepting an appointment as head
of the music education department
at the Juilliard School of Music,
Miss Rose Marie Grentzer will end
four years as an instructor in music
education in the School of Music.
Active in state and national music
organizations, Miss Grentzer has
served as secretary of the State Vocal
Association and is chairman of the
festival sponsored by that group to
be held here this week-end. Her
appointment to the New York City
school staff will leave a vacancy in
the directorship of choral music at
Ann Arbor High school.

Finalists in the Speech 31 Inter-
sectional Coitest, as announced by
Prof. D. E. Hargis, of the Speech De-
partment, are Carl J. Ally, Nafe Ed-
mund Katter, Edward W. Baker,
Hal Patinkin, Samuel Rich, and
George E. Dewitt.
The titles of their speches res-
pectively were "Want in the Midst
of Plenty," A National Danger to
Peace," "Every Hour of the Day,"
"The Chicago Plan-An Experiment
in Education," "The Battle is Day by
Day," and "Psychology of Inacces-
sability."
The final Speech 31 contest will
be held Wednesday, in the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre.
Foresters To Meet
Dean Samuel T. Dana of the School
of Forestry and Conservation is at-
tending a meeting of the Board of
Directors of the American Forestry
Association this week in Washington,
D.C.

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Phi Sigma, Graduate Council
To Sponsor Kennedy Lectures
Phi Sigma, honorary biological fra- board of the Entomological and Eco-
ternity, and Graduate Council will logical Societies of America and as
sponsor two lectures to be given by vice-president of the zoological sec-
Dr. Clarence H. Kennedy, professor tion of the Ohio Academy of Sciences.
Dr CoologarnehoKtten prssor A reception for Dr. Kennedy will
of zoology at Ohio State University, follow his second lecture. Both talks
tomorrow in Rackham Amphitheatre. are open to the public.
At 4:30 p.m. he will speak on "The
Evolution of the Society from theFas
Family", and at 8 p.m. his subjectj
will be "The Evolution of Human
Transportation as Shown by the Evo-
lution of the Automobile".
Dr. Kennedy, after studying at the N
University of Indiana and Leland All members of the Panhel-Assem-
Stanford and Cornell Universities, bly Ball decorations committee are
has followed a varied career of teach- expected to attend the committee
ing and research work, including meeting at 5 p.m. today in the Re-
work with the U. S. Bureau of Fish- hearsal Room of the League, accord-
eries. He served on the editorial ing to Barbara Hitchcock, co-chair-
_-_------man. Eligibility cards should be
Finals To Bie Held Today brought to the meeting.
Crop and Saddle will meet at 5:10
Finals in the project speaking con- p.m. today in Barbour Gym. All mem-
test will be held at the regular meet- bers must attend this meeting, ac-
ing of Sigma Rho Tau at 7:30 p.m. cording to Karin Larson, president,
today in the Union. and dues must be paid.
There will be a business meeting
for all Wyverne members at 7 p.m.
tomorrow in the Undergraduate Of-
fice of the League. Anyone unable to
be present should call Jean Brown.

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To the music of the Philadelphia
Symphony Orchestra conducted
by Eugene Ormandy. Our new col-
lection of Columbia Masterworks
Records includes everything from
JBranms to Gershwin. All avail-
able at the RADIO AND RECORD
SHOP, 715 North University.

DR. S. H. SLICHTER
... to speak Saturday

DAILY OFFICIAL 13i

ILDING THE LILY
what you will be doing when
u give yourself a creme shampoo
th Lan-Sheen. Found at the
UNE GREY SHOP, it comes in
nvenient sized jars, and is priced
$1.00
OM ET H I NG
o LOOK AT
our wide assortment of all sorts
gifts for Mother's Day.
IBLER'S can show you anything
om filled and solid gold jewelry
brooches, bracelets, and ear-
ngs, to sterling silver trays,
gars, and creamers.

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Sigma Rho Tau, Stump Speakers'
Society will meet at the Union to-
night at 7:30.
Subject for discussion: "Should
the Missouri Valley Authority be In-
stituted?" Preliminaries for the Ra-
:,onteur contest will be held. Bring
your best jokes for the "Ten Toppers"
contest for which a prize will be
awarded. Formal initiation will take
place at 8:30.
The Christian Science Organiza-
tion will hold its regular Tuesday
evening meeting tonight at 8:15 in
the Chapel of the Michigan League.
The Polonia Club will meet tonight
at 7:30 in the International Center.
A lecture on Poland's Constitution
Day will be given.
Coming Events
Phi Sigma and Graduate Council
will jointly sponsor two talks by Dr.
Clarence H. Kennedy, of Ohio State

University, Wednesday, in Rackham
Amphitheatre. At 4:30 p.m., Dr.
Kennedy will speak on "The Evolu-
tion of the Society from the Family,"
and at 8:00, he will deliver a lec-
ture on human evolution, "The
Evolution of Human Transportation
as Shown by the Evolution of the
Automobile." The evening lecture
will be followed by a reception and
refreshments in the West Conference
Room. Both lectures are open to the
public.
Psychology Club, Journal Review
Committee will meet Wednesday eve-
ning at 8:00 in the West Conference
Room of the Rackham Building, to
discuss three papers concerned with
the Rorschach method. Participating
will be Miss Priscilla Alden, Miss
Ruth Wittlesey and W. W. Morris.
This meeting is open to club mem-
bers and guests.
Attention men chemists and chem-
ical engineers: Prof. H. B. Lewis will
give an illustrated talk on "Hor-
mones" at the spring Chem Club
meeting, Thursday, May 9, room 303
Chem at 7:30 p.m. Refreshments.
Members of the AIEE: The Univer-
sity of Michigan Branch of the AIEE
will hold a field trip to Sparks With-
ington Co., Jackson, Michigan, May!
10, for members only. Those plan-
ning to attend should be in front of
the Union on Friday at 12:30. The
bus will leave at this time.

iness meeting Wed., May 8, at 7:30
at the Union. Pledging ceremonies
will be held. Every active and pledge
is strongly urged to be present.
Econcentrics. Student's Economics
Club will meet in Room 302, Union,
Wednesday evening, May 8. "Price
Control and inflation" will be dis-
cussed by Professor Haber of the
Economics Department, and by Pro-
fessor Jameson of the Business Ad-
ministration School. Open discussion
will follow. Everyone is welcome.
ICC Professor Theodore Newcomb
will speak on "The German Civilian
Morale," in an informal talk spon-
sored by the Educational Committeel
of the Intercooperative Council, at
the Michigan Co-op, 355 East Ann
St., Friday, May 10, 8:15 p.m. Dis-
cussion will follow and refreshments
will be served.
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CLASSIFIED ADVE1ITISING
HELP WANTED LOST--Wednesday, Tau Sigma Delta
key. Engraved "Marvin Geasler" on
HELP WANTED: Fountain help, top back. Call 2-4621 between 5 and 7.
pay, hours to your convenience,
Apply in person to Mr. Lombard or LOST: Barrel of maroon Eversharp
Mr. Benden. Witham's Drug Store, fountain pen, between Student
corner of S. University and Forest. Publications Building and Etock-
well. Call 2-4471, Rm. 2022.
SEVERAL CLERICAL OPENINGS ______
for women. Typing required. Ar- LOST: Brown Ronson cigarette
gus Incorporated. Williams and lighter Tuesday afternoon-prob-
4th Streets. ably in League. Call 4121, Ext. 358
WANTED: General cook and pastry on weekday afternoons. REWARD.
cook for summer hotel. Good LOST: Gold Masonic ring, raised
wages. Address D. C. Maltby, Char- silver emblem, size 9; call 2-2213,
levoix, Michigan. Eugene Ricckhoff, before noon. Re-
WANTED ward!
WANTED - Apartment or house. 2- LOST at Burns Park, Sat. afternoon,
bedroom, furnished or unfurnished. April 2. Right-handed brown out-
Veteran. Graduate student making fielder's baseball glove. Small buck-
Ann Arbor permanent home. Wife, le on back, lacing missing from
daughter, no pets, smoking, or between fingers. Contact Michi-
drinking. Best references. Call 9641, gan Daily Box 55 or call Rube
Captain Otto. 2-3481.
WANTED: Veteran's widow, student, LOST: Friday evening. Three keys
with school-age child, wants on chain. Vicinity Williams Street
apartment within three months, or hill Auditorium. Call 4121, Ext.
Phone Ypsilanti 3597J4, reverse 314. Daytime. Reward.
charges.
FOUND: Parker pen 1205 Hill Sat-
MIDWAY Bicycle Shop, 322 E. Lib- urday afternoon. Owner please
erty. We have rebuilt used bikes contact Kathryn Dempsey, 2-5618
for sale. Your bike can be expertly and identify.
repaired also.
WANTED: Graduate student or pro- FOR SALE
fessional woman to share bedroom
and study ; twin beds. Phone 3500. FOR .SALE : Set of Bobby Jones reg-
and___udy;__win__eds._Phne______ istered tournament irons, latest
APARTMENT: For couple, near model. Excellent condition. Phone
campus. Veteran attending Uni- 6620. 6 to 8 p.m.
versity. Phone 2-4401, Room 415.
Refer to advertisement. MISCELLANEOUS
LOST AND FOUND COMPLETE SERVICE on your fur
coat. Cold Storage, Insurance, Re-
LOST: Silver identification bracelet; styling, Cleaning,. Glazing, Repair-
"Eamily" on front,"Marge" on back. ing. Ginsburg. 607 E. Liberty.
Call Emily Karch, 2-6989.
fig) tOOO G 33t OTO INSURE your apartment next
fall, let a vet and wife sublet while
(J you vacation. Mr. Rosen, 3557.
Diamxonds
INTERESTED in living in co-ops this
and ' summer? Contact, Zips Kiske, 2-
Wedding 2218 or Hank Kassis, 6284 immedi-
ately.
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TYPEWRITERS bought, sold, rented.
Etj repaired. Work guaranteed. Two
717 North University Ave. days service. Office Equipment Co.
7h e111 4th Ave. Phone 2-1213.
Telephone 3008 We Deliver!
Ooen 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 O.m.

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anything act like
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or treating suirface blemishes.
Sec how astonishingly it wipes
away pre-clogging grime. Non-
greasy, non-drying, equally suc-
cessfUl for oily or normal skiri.
Leaves face feeling radiant-arid
actually . . . antiseptically clean.

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That is, as far as legs go. The
MADEMOISELLE SHOP has that
wonderful new Wonderstone, made
made by Bellins, to do away with
razor troubles. It will give your
legs that smooth look, necessary
for these warm sockless days.

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Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
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Alpha Phi Omega. Important bus-
CHAS.
HOGAN'S BAGGAGE
Phone 2-1721
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BE A CHERUB
And give Mom part or all our Blue
Grass set" It includes perfume,
dusting powder, cologne, bath
salts, and sachet. The sachet
comes not only in powder, but
also in sachet pillows. Prices at
the QUARRY are varied, but all
will fit into your budget.

IT THE OCCASION
ime to get that Mother's Day
ft, and DILLON'S is suggesting
arses in plastic, patents, or
raws. They're perfect for new
immer outfits. Prices range from
5.00 to $22.95.
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OR MOTHER
an be found at the CAMPUS
HOP. There are loads of possi-
lities to satisfy you all. Some of
ur suggestions are jewelry, purses
r dickies.

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