Att of '
the world and the much dreaded exm-
inatlons too seriously. Of course it is
essential to pass because this pleases
the faculty and the people at home.
But-don't work so hard that you fall1
asleep, overturn the proverbial can of
midnight oil and cause yourself dis-
comfort by burning down the house.
There are lots of chances that every-
thing will come out all right, The man
who corrects the blu~e book in your
hardest course may suddenly suffer
from sore eyes, or he may use thorn'
to induce the furnace to burn during
this frigid spell. Again you have ideas
you never thought yourself capable of.
Above all, be cheerful. The world is
sad enough without having a
greater number of dark and
glowering faces among us. Ev-
en if you do slip on a particularly
hard piece of sidewalk, don't sw ear.
Be thankful, instead, for you mnight
have been more successful and broken
your back. Cheer up.
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MEDICINE HAT, Jan. 16-Dear Ed:
-n~eports emanating from the head-
quarters of th.e official weather guesser
at Washington to the effect that the
back of the cold wave is broken, and
that warmer weather is imaminent, thatI
have been appearing periodically in
the public prints are absolutely with-
out foundation, Please announce to
you~r readers that zero weather will
Sh-no a sund!Sage, the Seer.
Sh-no a sundIn confidence we
will divulge the plot. Every other pa-
per has announced warmer weather
ad has drawn colder. Let's see
whether we can slip one by the poten-
tate who manufactures weather. Un-
cle Sam's weather man evidently has
nothing to do with it. D~ep stuff?)
Who's seen the first robln?--but pos-
sibly it's a trifle early.
PHRIIfICS AR~E TAKINTG THE
STATE BOARD EXAMINATIONS
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There is of
___________________________ Over forty candidates, from various
parts of the state, are taking the phar-
" O" macy examinationts, which began yes-
terday at the school of pharmacy in the
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1912 chemical building, The examinations
are being given by the State Board of
Night Editor-C. Harold Hippler. Pharmacy, which is composed of the
following five men: E. J. Rogers, Port
Chee Up.Huron; J. J. Campbell, Pigeon; E. J.
Boden, '89, Bay City; W. A. Dohany, '88.
This is the dark and dreary time of 1Detroit; and W. E. Collins, '30, Owosso.
the year, when we have not even a The applicants are being quizzed in
smiling sky to relieve the tension that Materia Medica, Practical Pharmacy.
hovers about us during the period of Prescription writing and filling, and
trials and tribulations, Now is the other subjects upon ,Nhich the drug-
time when the senior law dusts off his gist business is based, The state law
books and gets busy, when the medic requires that the candidates pass these
rises long before the sun in order to requirements in order to practice phar-
finish his lab work, when the engineer' macy in the state. The examinations
"fusses" six nights a week and sobs will continue until Thursday,
about his hard work on the seventh, I
and when the lit, smiling and cheer- MEETING OF CLASS TRACK 1LEN
tul, confident of the results of consist- CALL4ED FOR TOMORROW NICH1T.
ent labor looks upon the professorial
world without a tremor. The "frosh" "Eddie" Saier, interclass track
awaits the unknown with fear and
trembling and his only inspiration is
the little framed photo on his desk.
Because of all this we think it our
duty to write something cheerful,some-
thing that will make you take the
workings of your minds with a great
discount of seriousness, Don't take
'manager has called a~ meeting
of all class track men to meet in the
gym trophy room Thursday night atf
seven o'clock. Plans are to be given
out for the year's work,and Dr. X-raenz-
lein will give a short" talk to the men in
regard to the requirements and nature
of the work.
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