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December 19, 1911 - Image 4

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C I t BY V, M. C. .A.




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tinme and not 'a little money in travel- 8
ling from the Atlantic to the Pacific for
the purpose oforganizing, alumni cor-
mittees in siteen large cities. TheK P
committees havcx for ther prime pur-'I
pose the meeting of recent Michigan t
graduates ina their city, .and inucing is
them if possible to gie some of their0
time free of charge to the relgions,'
social and civic life in the communityL
This -work is still in tits infancy, ut
good reports hiare already been receiv-o
ed from several cities. i
Over 115 members o last yea'sP
graduating class have sent up theirs
names and addresses and these haves
been seat either from this office or byV
our Alumni Committees to the orani-s
zations in their respective. cities that
really need their service. For the pur-9
pose of helping in a similar way Mich-t
igan graduates who happen to be locat-
ed in small towns and villages the As-C
sociation is publishing a number of
leaflets that contain definite sugges-
tions as to the best ways and mleans oft
serving .most helpfully the ~religiousl
and social needs of their communityt
3. The medical and industrial ~is-a
siont in Busrah, Alrab ia. Five students!
are now on their way to te "city of
Busrah, Xrabia, two probably havng;
already arrived. Money sufficient has
been pledged to support the proect
until the net camnpaign for funds.
Yale,aH arvard and Pennsylvania have
similar university missions.
The Association was led to undertake
this enterprise lbecause it believes that
the great interests of th church at
large demand "the education of Univer-
sity men along missionary lines. Wit'
the multiplicity of local'student inter-
ests it is impossible to secure sufficietI
publicity for all such matters unless r
project is launched that is ' large
eaou a to attract the attention of th(<
whole University. That the under-
tbking has Sueeded thuws far is
source of~ profonud satisfaction to all
the friends tai the Associafioni, for th
Seeretariea and officers o~ that organi-
zation biie r sthat this enterprise wi
do More to stinlato interest i t
g~stmisionarv iprojects of th'
church tha i'n other plan they cnk
The present accommodations are sc
inadequate for our association wot
that unless larger quarters are se-
cured, the work will be greatly hadi-
capped. The plans for sguring funds
to carry out ousr bilding project, a
submitted to t~e Board of Rtegents, o
not « onitemaplate ageneral ampagi
amifog the .alumni.
In this connection it will' be inter
estinv to .lno x that definite plans for
an Association building were drawr.
up about ten years ago. Shorty after
they were laid aside when it wa
known thant the memorial building wa
being planned, Again they were lath
aside when thaee caapiign for the pres
est 1'Union building was launched, bn'
nowin view of the ssoiatiou s urgentl
used li tsewis ab lutely essetial t(
secure a building.
The Association is 'not open to th
criticism so frequently heard of re
stri tin; its membership to the stu-
dents who chance to be members of so
called evangelical churches. The loes
yoinp. 1Men's Christian Association las
for tho' last six years opened its mem.
bvr, hip,. Including Toting priileges, to
students of all, creeds, races and col-

ors, iwlO believe in and desire to for-
ivard the general object for which. the
association has been established.
In reviewing the work which the As- e
sociation is called upon to undertake
one can see the need of continuity in _________
leadership. The Association is corn-
Felled to secure the services of menT
who will agree to give a good share of Thur.
their lives to the work. Such a policy
is in line with the most approv ed methi-
ods of conducting large enterprises.
No special mention has been made
in. this article of the relation of the
Association to the churches, in view
of the factthat the matter is treated
in another communication. It is quite
possible that this article has not an-
swered all of the objections which may
still rest in the minds of some of the
students or professors of this univer-
sity. Should that be so, the officers
or secretaries of the Association willp
gladly answer any questions that may
be submitted to them personally.
The authorities of thle Students'
Christian Association deplore the effort
of any one to draw the Christian As so-
ciations or any one of them into antag-
onism 1ith ally other organization. So
far as the Christian Associations are
enlcerned such attempts' are wholly un-
authorized and against the wishes of
those' in iuthorit * Seat Sale
Engineer hockey men report at the C s d
Engineering Society room tonight at Am
7. Important. t '
The senior laws will. hold a class Gxh
nr fn his afteirnootn at 4 A'loin Sil



sday, De

Tues., Dec. 26 M:
dies of
pec al p,,)cksges for the holi
UI fr( sh goods in perfect col


room G to continue the discussion rel-
-tive to the class picture.
GargBoyle staff meet at Randall and
Pack's today at 12:30 for Michiganen-
SSian picture.
Gargoyle business staff meets 5 P. m.
Senior lit baseA-,ll ,numieral men be
at the gym today at 12:45 sharp, with
numeral Jerseys and caps for ?Mich!-I
ganensian picture.
Se'e large ad for free pipe deal at
th~e Tobacco Shop, 118 and 120 mast
Iberty St. 59 to C-
The mcore and music~ of the Mlichi~
n ion. Opera can be purchased a
the most convenient place. Grinnell
Bros. Annex, 313 So. State St. 62t,,

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122 S. Main St.
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