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May 12, 1912 - Image 2

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HE MICHIGAN D~AILY

Re-
the

THlE flCi-IGAN DAILY
Official N(ewspaper 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 MANAGER
Albert IL Dilley
SUNDAY, MAY 12, 1912.
Night ,Editor-Mo(rris iHouser.

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Infirmary is Needed.
The need for a~ student infirmary
becomes more and more pressing as
time advances. It is generally rec-
ogniized that the University of Michi-
gan is not doing its duty in protect-
ing the general health of the student
body. It is essential that a distinct
department be established for this
purpose, such as those at Wisconsin:;
California and other universities.
The University hospital is inade-
quate for this work. The idea of "that
institution is not such as tends to
make it, popular with the students. A
patient is clinical material there, first,
and the personal matter is only of
minor importance. It is certainly nec-
essary that the members of the de-
partment of medicine have clinical
material but it does not seem right
that this should be furnished by the
students. It is unfortunate that such
a condition exists.
Numerous cases have. presented
themselves in the past where 'the'ab-
sence of an infirmary has been se-
verely felt.
The authori'ties have been slow in
taking action and all of the work s
far has been carried on by_ the Iic
igan Union. I snwtm o-~r-
certed (effoi uo t. pr o ve
student, fa utty iber td r~ u
oraiz; ttatio. A ffectiv nan
wld be f". 11e5fery1Corgaondzatinld
sd rsouet i omete Pi ald of 1
goTi, have ge er.ralypetiosc ica
thda i the s.te t ucl eally mand
hav Ue,theftereulitondscudes pe-
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ietia gnathicatofthoseoentrusted
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ingt Moiciamanfethatthe oun-rc
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ahs Miehigan.Ihoratefreshmnclass-y
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its attitude as expressed, the matter
of obedienice thereto is likely to settle
itself.
For some time an undercurrent of
disquietude has been arising among
upperclassmen particularly, respecting
the wholesale disregard on the part
of the freshmen toward college tra-
ditions. This action officially taken
by the Student Council will crystalize
this sentiment into an effective body
of opinion. f the matter is strictly
attended .to. we an yet witness two
weeks of comparative compliance with
the ruling. The amount of effort nec-
essary at this stage, to preserve the
custom will be considerably less than
that required to resurrect it, once dor-
mant.
UINON BOARD GUARANTEES
BUTTON FOR MCiIGAN3EN
Bis, Shaw, and a Member of Athletic
Association Will Make Final
Settlement Soon.
That Michigan graduates will wear
a uniform button in the future was
made a practical certainty by the ac-
tion of the Michigan Union board yes-
terday. Matthew Blish was appointed
to confer with the representatives of
the athletic and the alumni associa-
tion in regard to the establishment of
the button for undergraduates and
alumni use.
Wilfred Shaw has been named by
the alumni association to act in its
behalf in the conference but the ath-
letic association has not yet chosen
its representative. The committee
meeting will be called at once for a
final settlement of the matter.,
A LIVE COLLEGE PRESIDENT'S
ADVICE TO SENIORS
President Faunce o Browa Uni ear
sity, when nddressi5g te , euvrs o
the *Fiyersity of Miclian o: grad-
atioil daly two y eu srb ao sid:.
" nether (air4 w ih ffevwyoung
dnt are equppedl to entr S taof
private seretary &ouw, of u+.brigt-
est young wren :s v tou ht of ste -
ography as5 suited only to girls in their
teens~ and speretarial dtis as fur-
wishiing snalField for .arn'ion The
private secretary of Go or CIdevlnd
left his inmprint on onr cuntry The
private secrcdtaric.s of Wn, NlMKinley
el rd Theodore Roosevet very spec dily
emerged into public life The grea
naeed of every voisng nPlan when he ets
out of college is to go into training
under a master. The private secretary
of a strong, resourceful leader of men,
has the finest training the country can
afford, has, opportunity for large ho-
rizon, and mastery of methods and lat-
er for an independent career."~
Every student should weigh these
words carefully. It may mean the,
difference between success and fail-
ure. President Faunce who has . giv-
en this matter careful thought certain-
ly thinks that the young man who is
able to fill a position as private secre-
tary to some great industrial leader
has a far greater chance of success
than the one unable to fill such a place
-and he is right The record of those
who in the past have taken a course
at the School of Shorthand in this
cityt is positive proof of this, Our
course especially fits young men and
women for such places. See the an-
nouncement of the May class in this
issue of the Daily. Then call at the
School and enroll for this course. Of-
fice hours 2 to 2:30 p.in, Selby A.
Moran, Prin., 711 N. Univ. Ave.
156-157

W

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PIlaiu snPortralta Plattnu

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Visiting
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Make reservation early and get
the best board in the city.
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