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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THE11 MICHIGAN DAILY
Entered .as second class mtterat the An
Red uction ' Arbor PostOffice.
IPablished daiy (Mndayexce pied) during the
coil eeyeaat li17IE. Washington street,
(aeetforsieetac)Poe823Sa eMANAGING EDITOR:
SEMORY TIIOMASON
BUSINESS MANAGER:
ROSCOE B1. RUtSTtON
As we have too large a.._
EDITORS:
stock of fancy JAtetics, - - ROBsERK.WaLTas
News, - - - - - J. S. BALsa
ASSOCIATES:
SITINOS AND Clifford Stevenson, Roy teebics,
* A. M. Gr ater, Hen'ryP.Eri
T ROUS[RE N GsA. C.raced. A. II. Otmeyec.
Joiseph: Y.IDerr, StoddardSi . Mace.
± Ida M.lh:::e::ig,. . Waite Jayne.
on hand we will iSell G~eo.A. Ostborn. Halad C. Sithel.
Harrcy H Andr~ces. Alfeadit. sailh.
them at rednced prices Thoas B. Robertcs. Clyde L. Dae.
to make room for onr BUSISESS STAFF:
Spring and Snm22. n e r M . olt:. C "tIL. aorte
Woolens. Be sore and Editor Today-GEO. A. OSBORN.

Ipruominent, the class that hqs to fight
upward will nut throw away its
strongest weapon, equasl educatiional
advantagea. 'PTeincreasedt cast :of
scientifiie methods, now found neces-
sary, may perhap:s, cause democracies
hiera anti there to: complain soilhasi-
tate. But utoi the present the come-
nmonwedlths have met this increasedl
cosat withoutt serious:aobjection-andl
have met it litierally. It shou:ldl not
be over-lookted that the large aptpro-
piriations voteid to the ueceasities o1
liii scientitic methodst with::: the last
doz:en years, have bieen voted largeis
ty ciizeus to: whiim "acicuttie math-
iiis" is little inore than a name. Nose
however, ihe boysanad girls whit have
teen edu:cated u~nder the newer reg-
im:e have be:gun:iiio te their parts it:
the: biody piolitia. If iheir faters, to
who:m th~e wo:rd "educ~atioin''uncon:sci-
ous~ly suiggested the' spelling-tlokthe
arithmetic, the reader, the texttbookc,
aniiileetuire, withou::t a hint of lctora-
to:ry, have' given is taxes the vast
eiums spalentit it:entific eiducatitin in
thes:' states within the last twenty
years, why shouldi we distrusat the
yotter ge'neration::whosest choini~g
1lhas familica'izedtitsttw itt'se' tat::':
sire itemsa if precunt tdayschiools?"

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Susiii itii::: 'twitoi oliar erlair, 1eastitie itt
advace:. If detliiigiet af~jtrNiov. 1, Mi3,$2.ii Students are no~tic'in:g witha a great -I
- ---_t eal of tpleasture that the w actis oil:
Offise Hones:-12:30 to 1:30 and 6:30 to 7:30 lithnlcam susaebtiing clan'ed. 'T'his
p. m. Daily, will tireven:t 1:th aits bting floodedt'l IOR SA1 1 ATI
agec, 331 Packard Street. atnti a1illmatne'the' passinigt:candlfree:Stores.
Telephone. 461.clas'5 a great; teatlnmore comnfoirit'l 'Walir'S Book Stores.calywllaprcat
the: in:p:::veilcoiti o:: ut the tactis. ________________________
GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES.
CALENDAR. - In stitcking :f te eligibility re- pJL C 7A l
______ I lior:'ma:ts at the track nmeet tat be ) A ,/ il .1
bold: at, Sti. Laouis oil June 12 in: whicht
March 21: Wesityal: 0uild1lectureitby :1ali t t:coneges in the count:sry wil libe
tDr. ('has. 11. ,titahll oil fTe represen:te'dl"the C'orneall Daily S::un SfiI/ t
(treat lihiiiiers." voicestse:'sentimenetiof te actas
March 22, 4 It m.-1t1hit;iiclass meiet- fllotist
intg ill toi:::C. "hequestion itt eigibility requiire- Ilte's S slvii:::oi1'a I.'ie,' cilTe~p tc
cMarch 22, 4:15lt. te.-Lecture'by Pittf.::e:::showever, is likla toi cusee tAe::'niuur 3lar at'ndioitat: a tt Is.<aenr-t
tI. C. \Wilgson '"fle'Northern 'sostatrouble:'beaucse thosetif thaeapr sat cite:o......... .0
Secu~rities Disieon:," in:Ta'a'n 'itester:n association::are sit muchrI:45ti55' .1 iitiy'tit'iilCy clt ii':of Prac-
Stall. amore:lax thtan itoe' of the tasi. In slu, N1 D,ane 1,00', tiy titt ditrsl;,
Mlarch: 24, 5 p. ni. hLcturt' by Prof. tie East, every man wht:ol h a t evr :ilasir ti ithcrai-tor p
ft.I I lttitatlci~ at: 'Q'a~tata retpresatiteidanther colleie:s t tdtllt ii,. c e l t tilt", and haftotes itx:
Mtethoids Apliiedilote iaStudtytif eitoii:hav,'e:omp:le'ted a year'tsaworke :1::: ,1 a::: I::,:paites. liii:?3tt00tpt
A:aet:y"i:S::bet'st A: iftire' he can cempete in interrithieg: siei;i(l i o....ls . 1 Oo
at' athletics, while it: the Weii's t r 'aysmaeii'i: t Pta:':I y ine.:
sell tHait. : ,:s s'c1 stncst iiag'ani ic:: i nsof i'rtii'ii tie ttiie y m
Marche 24-Janitir Lit dance. so'me'times less thtan this 1s s:::::iet tIMhiD.,aProf'ssor of the.:r~ n
prciii ,: Me i iein the1i,, iii
March 25-19f6 Law social at Gran- It is dqi:teirotictic. howeverlthat tea f 'eiii::N ive: ro.yalSV os.cn
gear's. Easterners wou~ldhfeel sure entoughtiii tairt: 5>, prsNi't 9ill::::::
a viattory to: waive this qu~estio~n." tio::.iii'ail ti lice ersetri oh
March 22-Varsity debate, Wisconsin ' 2": letethet0cui to'i ..iiI. : itoati
vs. Michigan. Wiscotnsin will not send a rela t y: .lnt:::::..:.olr::.ashee, a
March:26---Co:rnell-ihigan meeta. team East this year t: the Philael-'h " oldiered iion .... a
U trshAin ttiy. 'S ed.. <la:. i.<0eal ate()
________________:hia mta. ,c tilt 10 : h :c ::'riol,,}, ;a...-.
'Pht irittn i's-~rlli lts 1:' Botth: the frate'rnity butts at Ill: it.. alei:. (51.11:of1 Itof Sildrar
follo:wing to bay cibout::the iitdemoc :tis a l:::ir Rotchtina.tit 1 :e'itthat r s .,e loth. ,G50 . a :
at state schosols: i aee evr1s i, iNie,::i''it8: ltl 1
"Itt view if th istorey if te'U'ni- _______ at :,id, D: its. of Nose ,0'.>
varsitycif ihiigan attit tther similar Aifreit Mosetey, thlEt1th ,ta::: I ti i'. Ie.........:
itnstitu:tionts ill other:'stat::, it.et'atint- faa:tree, wht::heciaedthe Mo:se'levedt-:1isa:'rt. t llray . 00. .. ..:.3
ly doeis not searm:ptisile:'that ther a:ii::::l commissionin ilitth:::a Un ite . t'.'ia e i ithl y. 4.7:
state un:ivestie's ioftiee'tswili ea- States last su:mmer, Itas soimae interest- 5:: i,'::'i's:lmhTex t oobaoiSr aeryletthi-
er for an:y cunsieahl~i'e eid totrat- in:g :things 1tosay with reg''rd o .h (O',a 'cat)............45
i'd by te slate's in aliy bit thtam't cond,,::ition:s tdhat tetioundin hisinvitt: 'ciT EL
literal fashio::. 'teincrerasing in- lgaftio: here. He says that athl:etics C. E. BARTIJELLhi rgt b h aeno rctcd heegneal
w~ortki:g classesi' ps ed uiiiit'ito lte '::nough, andlhaht~t the Ameri:can:s di: LAW & MEDICAL BOOKS
cap:italistic' class, is a fiaet that makes nut enjoyy the games fur their pihysical Na. 326 South State Street
th~e ft:uretif the state un:iversities giood:, bu~t otnly for th~e te'st of competi-
still tile:'assitreid.tierwe'althy man, ti:va'u.lelilath'EIgit
ano inoeen e hik the saclthi-:een : itwel -toma, will nseve'r tonguec is tnot tau:ght carefutlly in Amer-
findl it impoussibleto btuy fitr'his child- icc, .andi. tsac ehtave Ioo:foiw me'n
ran tie ties:;trining dra.thilceedow-teachlet's anduftoetanty somn:teacth--
ell schoouls cca: giv:e. Ihare is an:y era.
meanin:g in the past insisenu:ce cit theic 011 I fPc t ill be
peoplie of the western andi mitdle ' oea ti,
westert: status uponeductio111, the c' 1:1 i,aaG'oat, Sh~is, Cuff~s attach:-
menndsta hy cha t auc or detachted, at Allen's. fatir if youtt use Wil-
Demotcracy has hprovidetd gooud schools Stt''f ctLrg iiesnl amiS' Sllhltv1Iht: tick.
fit: all. 'lThe tedecy cof the e'ndouwedi uiteC Rn-Lm uha snl
in ti ate schootl, wherever its fees bed, bat, gas, furnsace bteat, aela-
are high, as gene'rally they are, is tiepoe n lckfo aps e
wardl aristoceracy an:d class udistinctitin.,paper N utain n apt nur 2 .Jffersonl:street. 22-if El q
tI the class strutegles n:ow everywhere

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