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FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1928

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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ADVERTISERS ATTEND
MEETING AT DETROIT
Representatives Come From All Parts
Of World To Take Part In Week's
Convention Program
GIVE ADVERTISING EXHIBIT
(Special To The Daily)
DETROIT, July 12.-Two thousani
representatives of newspapers an-
advertising agencies located in all
parts of the world have been attend
ing the convention of the Interna-
tional Advertising association in De-1
troit for the past four days. The con
vention was opened on Monday with
speeches by thp officers of the asso-
ciation, who outlined the program that
would occupy the members for the-
duration of the meeting.
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesda:
were taken up not only with thi
routine business of elections of offi-
cers and of planning the program fr
the coming year, but also with manyl
speeches by advertising representa-
tives from other countries.
The delegates have been entertai
ed in many ways during their stay
in the Motor-city. Dinners have been
given in the various hotels, theat
parties have been arranged, and sight-
seeing trips have given enjoyment t
many. All the advertising men we
entertained at the Ford air-port yes-
terday, where they were given t
luncheon in the main hangar and?
shown several exhibitions of stun:t
flying.
The advertising exhibition, whi
accompanied the convention, was kept
open until six o'clocl- yesterday eve
ning in order that all interested mi
have an opportunity to see it. The
exhibition demonstrated the scope of
the work that the advertisers do i1
their localities, and contained many
new ideas on advertising.
The convention will be over this
week, the official part of it having
been completed yesterday. It was an-
nounced that the next convention o(
the International Advertising asso-
ciation will be held in 1929 at Minne-
apolis, Minnesota.
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OLYMPI(' ATHLETES ENJOY REST!
NEW YORK, July 12.-Rest was the:
order of the day for America's Olym-
pic team, aboard the S. S. President
Roosevelt. The 268 athletes who hope;
to bring back to America the Olympic
-crown began to take things easy after
noise and excitement of sailing had'
subsided. A linoleum running track
has been laid out around the decks
for workouts, but Coach Robertson
put a taboo on it for fear of pulling
a tendon or other injuries which
might result.
LOOKING AHEAD AT NORTH-
WESTERN
Word comes that Coach Dick Han-j
ley, at Northwestern, is beginning to
lay plans for the 1928 football season.
The Wildcats face an unusually
strong schedule minus the service of
fourteen lettermen, including the old
standbys, Tiny Lewis and Vic Gustaf-
son. The season opens with Butlerj
on October 6, to be followed imme-
diately by Ohio State on October 13 in
Dyche stadium.j
ORIENTAL STUDENT IS CAPTAIN
CLINTON, N. Y., July 12.--HinI
Cheung Chan, of Hong Kong, who en--
joys the distinction of being the only
Oriental student in Hamilton college,
is also captain of the college soccerI
team. He learned to play soccer
while preparing at Andover, and is
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will encounter on the night of the Subs ribe to the
battle, by holding his daily workout
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