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February 22, 1912 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1912-02-22

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'L Y years he gave to the university of his
*sij strength and energy without stint and
without pay. Now those qualities,

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througlout the school
d at the Post Office at.
Michigan, under Act
s of March 3, 1879.

Ann Ar-
of Con-

which he possesses in a remarkable
degree, are being devoted to a broader
labor but none the less to the ultimate
benefit of the university. Unafraid,
he not only thinks, but says what he
thinks. He is red-blooded, and he is
ours.

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SS MANAGER
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Unmasked.
For years George Washington has
worn a halo in the minds of patriotic
. Fols Americans. Instead of being an ideal
?ennell for emulation, a halo wearer is apt to
tthews be a rather discouraging diety to an or-
dredge dinary person. But the history which
Taylor is more concerned with personalities
Moore than battles and dates has come to the
McGee rescue. The worst was over when
the cherry tree incident was declared
L. Shaw null and void. A little later we found
Myers out that the immortal George com-
menced work as a surveyor only to
k Ryan drop the engineering profession after
{ippler his first trip to Pittsburg. His fighting
Gillett abilities lose their miraculousness
when Dr. Gunsaulus informs us. that
ickman the first Commander-in-Chief was red-
igherty headed. And as we read the vitriol
Foulk which the newly freed press poured
Rieser out upon his head, with a false tax affi-
weeney davit to discredit him, he seems as real
rpenter as any flesh and blood fighter for the
Neilson right in these present graft-prosecut-
ing days. If we only had a dictograph
uchard record of his having bribed the cook
rierson not to serve toasted whole sawdust,
ohnson his remortalizing would be complete.
Smith This new Washington, red-headed
,llanda and hot-headed, fighting the, battles of
pincott liberty and a square deal without
quarter, who'd have read the sport
page first if there'd been one,and with-
arm- al a gentleman, is as different as he
may be from the pictures in the battle-
date-killed-and-wounded histories of
Editor, a few years ago. And he is infinitely
Bus- more encouraging to the red-blooded
fellow of today.

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Portrait qf Qual t v
For Yosr Mick

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42nd Year DIC'
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Y 22, 1912.
M. Gillett.'

Every state has men who by reason
of public achievements, private at-
tainments, and sterling qualities of
character are recognized as great.
Michigan counts Chase S. Osborn as
one of these and the university is hap-
py to welcome her distinguished guest.
Michigan's two great men are in
Ann Arbor today and it is a matter of
greatest pride to us that both of these
men have lived in such intimate rela-
tion to the university and have served
the university so faithfully that,
though they are not'graduates, we can
claim them as our own. James Bur-
rill Angell a truly gigantic and vener-
able figure stands with his greatness
unquestioned. Though retired from
public activity the dignity of his great
presence gives inspiration.
s Chase S. Osborn, governor of the
ts commonwealth, is the great man 'in
Michigan's active public life today.
He too is of the university. For many"

The bashful fusser is coming into
his own. Such weather as this should
make conversation for the most
sphinx-like amour.
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Speaking about fem gossip, exag-
geration, and morbid curiosity, what
fellow was it who told you about the
suicide?
It's getting to be debatable whether
Sousa or Max .Stanley is the more
widely advertised.
By the way, what little token of af-
fection have you planned to give your
Daily carrier on his next birthday?
Then there's the 1915 A. B. aspirant
who asks if the infirmary is a pension
for retired janitors.

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Will Talk oni Results of Research.
Every Wednesday evening through-
out the semester, in room 303 chem-
istry 4uilding, there will be two twen-
ty minute talks by senior chemical en-
gineers engaged in technical research.
These are preliminary to the theses
required at the end of the course. This
is a part of the regular routine of the
class but any persons may attend.

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DELIVERY FREEO

Wagner & Co.
State Street'

A big bunch of
New Effects
New Ideas

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Latest Styles

Just Received
A LARGE ASSORTMENT Of
GILBERT9S
FINE CANDIES
In halves and pounds. Phone us
your wants.
Vanlorcn's Pharmacy,
703 Packard St.

Detroit United Lines
On information to Division Superin-
tendent Allen, Ypsilanti, of the Detroit
United Lines, by officers of Varsity or-
organizations, the movement, beyond the
capacity of the regular service, of any
group of students to or from Ann Ar-
bor, etra cars and etra service will be
promptly supplied.

Hair Dressing, Manicuring,Electrical
Face and Scalp Treatments
MARCEL WAVE A SPECIALTY
Pull Line of Toilet Preparations
and Hair oods
MLLE. TAYLIOR
119 E. Liberty 1459-J

Rain
1110 Sol

Mrs. J

We Do French Dry ai
PRESSING end
Suits Cia..d and Pr.sed 75
FULLER & O'CONNOR

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