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December 05, 1911 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1911-12-05

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1. es. Its aim is primarily religious. I
hink that this aim has not been kept
n close vie«' and cannot be while the
energy of the organization is dissem-
nated. The Sunday night talks are
often merely lectures, valuable in
themselves, but not contributing much
o the religious life of the hearers.
Tho Y. M. C. A. should st(and more
frmly for that for which it was organ-
zed, whether it gets numbers or not.
I believe that this is the desire of the
present secretaries. They should see
that a return is m,,ade to first princi-
ples.
"2. The Y, M. C. A. takestoo muchb

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.time. It should be so or-
t its workers w-ould be sub-
olarship requirements.
F. l. C. A. should not in-
h church membership. I
t it does so to some extent
can aind should be adijusted
T'he churches hold a prior

CHAVNCEY
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"4. The V. N1. C. A. should not con-
filt wt the j ,uin. It has done good
workz, but the time has come for the
j nion to takie over much of that work.
The hand-book, almost all of the social
activies, the clubhouse, 0tc., should

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An. association of fraternities, soror-
ities and co-operative clubs has been
forned at the University of Washing-
ton tofih the high cost of living, Ev-
erything: is bought in large quantities
"3a to r_,ceiv(, goods at cost price and
sa.ve the middleman's profit.
Rcsenberz drycleans sweaters. 12tr

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ants t14e po-
,s and hauls
--gets from
buishel.
takes this
iecessary toll
in the land.
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Cityr <iiid you,
gt s intio mid-
this by abso-
.t '1ll middle
oni the chance
pra cticall at

YOU ARE NOT RE~ALL~Y IN TIHE
UNIVERSITY UNLESS YOU ARE
READING TIHE DAILY EVERY
NORNIN G. GET IT THE BALANCE
OF THLE YEAR FOR $2.00.

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on at dollar
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he only bona
factory prod-
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Shoe Co.
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MAY FESTIVAL, May 15,. 14
Five C~onoorsmuSoloist,- Chorus, and Orche

made to tit all mnen, no matter whel hcr he he
utor sltender, s1hort or tall. The outline of
tle garments are symmetrical even to the
bare. a continuous yavrn, being knitted to the
lst uncomfortable- ridges, so noticeable in
ary slope, assur ug-, a perfect llr, at that point.
g es of a VASSAL UNION SUIT.

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