THU MICHIGAN DAILY
IIGAN DAILY Destructive criticism is easy. Noth-
ing is more so, and this varietyof crit-
wspaper at the University
every morning except Mon-
ughout the school year.
the Post Office at Ann Ar-
r, Michigan, under Act of Con-
ess of March 3, 1879.
Walter K. Towers.
Albert E. Dilley
icism is valueless unless it presents a 1
better solution than the one offered.
In other words, if you are unable to
boost, do not knock.
COUNCIL GIVES KENTUCKY
CLUB OFFICIAL SANCTION.
Announcement has been made of
the acceptance by the Senate Coun-
cil of the constitution drawn up for
the Kentucky Club. All students from
Kentucky who wish to become charter
members of the club must sign the
constitution before April 15 and it will
be placed at the Union for that purpose
on Saturday afternoon from 2 until 5
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THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1912
Night Editor-Fred B. Foulk.
Which is Better.
to the president of one
classes, the donating of
money to a scholarship
fund for the purpose of aiding deserv-
ing students to secure an education
would take the individuality out of the
memorial. Evidently that is the most
desirable quality in a memorial, from
his point of view. To a certain extent
this is true. T'he classes would merge
under the name of "The Class of 1912."
"The Class of 1913" and so on. Each
would be contributing the same and we
would then have a succession of schol-
Would this take away the individu-
ality of a class? It hardly seems that
it would. The fund would represent
the broad and worthy ideals of the class
which placed the welfare and happi-
ness- of their deserving fellow students
above a desire for something ornate
and showy. If this is a loss of individ-
uality, then we welcome it with open
There has been little evidence of
individuality in past memorials. One
class gave a bench, another a paint-
ing and the present class proposes a
combination bench and sun dial. Still
another donated a sanitary fountain,
usable only at long and infrequent in-
tervals. Wherein this much vaunted
individuality consists in class memo-
rials we are sorry to say that we can-
not find it.
Another statement by the same exec-
utive says that the scholarship idea is
a good one but can we be certain that
future classes will carry out the same
idea? No, we cannot. We cannot be
certain that the university will be
standing next year. Everything is
more or less of a gamble. But it
has been the experience at Michigan,
that if a class takes up a certain idea,
succeeding classes .usually follow it
out. If the idea is a good one, there
would be all the more incentive to fol-
COSflOPOLITANS WILL TELL
FOREIGNERS OF MIClIG AN.
The Cosmopolitan club has under
advisement the establishing of a spe-
cial committee to conduct a campaign
among students of foreign universities
who contemplate enrolling in univer-
sities of the United States. The ad-
vantages offered by the University of
Michigan will be published, and it is
thought t~hat iany foreigners will be
attracted to Ann Arbor.
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