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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official Newspaper at the University
of Michigan.
Published every morning except Mon-
day throughout the school year.
Entered at the Post Office at Ann Ar-
bor, Michigan, under Act of Con-
gress of March 3, 1879.
MANAGING EDITOR.
Walter K. Towers.
BUSINESS XANAGER
Albert R. Dilley
Want Ad Stations
Press Building; Quarry's Pharmacy;.
The University Pharmacy, 1219 S.
University; Van Doren's Pharmacy,
on Packard Street; The Brown Drug
Store, Main Street. Leave ads at
these stations before 8:30 p. m. fore
next morning's issue.
Subscription price: By carrier, $2.50;
By mail, $3.00.
OFFICES: Ann Arbor Press Building,
Maynard Street.
OFFICE HOURS: Managing Editor,
1-2 p. M., 10:30-11:30 p. m.; Bus-
iness Manager, 1-6 p. m..
Both Phones 169.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1912.
Night Editor-.. Harold Hippler.

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Back to the Fundamental.
Education we need to be constantly
reminded, is a process of educing, of
drawing forth, rather than pouring in
Every department of the university, ev-
en the academic department, is infest-
ed with those who think only in terms
of their profession; for whom the par-
amount question is "How is this study
going to make me a better-equipped
teacher, a more skillful physician, an
abler lawyer, a shrewder man of bus-
iness?"
The educational value of a study is
determined by a quantative measure-
ment. It is a good course if it de-
velopes and presents a large number
of facts and rules of practical use.
History, economics, rhetoric, and even
philosophy have utility only in so far
as they enhance one's ability to argue
a case, teach literature, discuss public
issues, or produce wrinkled green
peas. We are specialization mad. The
worm of commercialism is attacking
our very root.
Education is a process which should
not vary with the individual or the
department. If we were all intended
to be alike, there 'could be no objection
to that kind of so-called education
which is a mere pouring in. But the
mind is not a honey-comb, to be filled
and enriched with honey extracted by
erudite honey-bees from the myriad of
flowers which bloom in the garden of
learning. It is the plant itself, in the
process of growth, which with proper
cultivation by watchful gardeners will
develop and unfold in all its beauty
and fulnness, according to its peculiar
nature.
It is a healthy sign when the philos-
ophy and rhetoric courses outgrow
their quarters. The popular method
of evaluating a course is disclosed in
the familiar testimony, "I got a lot out
of that course," a statement which is
highly unflattering both to the inform-
er and to the course,. If you want to
be sure that a course is a good one,

find someone who can say of it, "It
get a lot out of me." If it does that, it
educates.
town ~~
Hurrah! Another scandal unearthed.
Someone found a cigarette butt in Me-
morial Hall.
If they stop kicking that dog around,
when are they going to abstain from
pestering the S. C.
Ither and Both.
Dear Ed:-Which is it that hurts our
dads most, the the high cost of living
or the cost of high living?
S. P. Ender.
Y. M. C. A. WORKERS RETURN
FROM TRIP TO EATON RAPIDS
The Y. M. C. A. deputation team con-
sisting of Stan Wells, Victor Jose, Pe-
ter Balkema, William Maurer, and Mr.
W. H. Tinker has just returned from a
trip to Eaton Rapids, where the men
spent three days in speaking and
working for te university and the Y.
M. C. A. Incidentally there was a bas-
ketball game, and the men from Ann
Arbor were defeated by the score of
17 to 13.
Two calls have come for the Associ-
ation team, one from Milan and the
other from Saline, and these requests
for the Michigan men will be filled lat-
er in the month.
Sugar Will Speak to Socialists.
Maurice Sugar, '13 L, will speak on
"The Man Sandwitch," before the
Michigan Socialist Society at the Uni-
tarian church this evening at 8:00 p.
m.
WOME'S LEAGUE PREPARES
TO ACCOMMODATE VISITORS.
Preparations are being made by the
Women League to house and board the
women who will attend the School-
master's Club from March 26 to 30 in-
clusive. All persons who have any ac-
commodations to offer are asked to
mail a card to Winifred Mahon, No. 4,
Cutting apartments, stating the num-
ber of guests that can be accommo-
dated, and prices. The telephone num-
ber and address should also be includ-
ed on the cards which must be mailed
before Monday, March 18.
J. Engineer Takes Position in N. Y.
Whitney Parsons, '13 E, of Port Hur-
on has accepted a position with an im-
porting firm in NeO York City. Par-
sons will leave immediately to assume
his new duties.
GOVERNOR OSBORN ENTERTAINS
SIGMA DELTA CHI AT LANSING
Gov. Chase S. Osborn entertained
fourteen members of the local Gamma
chapter of Sigma Delta Chi, of which
he is an honorary member, over Sun-
day and Monday in Lansing. The par-
ty was given an opportunity to witness
the 56th legislature in session Monday
evening; and trips were also made to
M.. A. C., the School for the Blind, and
the Industrial School Boys. Prof. F. N.
Scott accompanied the party, return-
ing Monday morning.

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