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September 29, 1919 - Image 1

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The Michigan Daily, 1919-09-29

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From The President

of

'eturning students and to those who are now beginning for the first
ir University life, I expend a.most cordial anti hearty welcome. You
us in large and increasing numbers; but the people of our great
.erous Commcaiwealth willingly provide for all who come. While
ersity was founded and is conducted primarily for the higher educa-
he youth of Michigan, she opens her doors to all, wherever ' theli'
ho seek what she can give. It is this broad, generous and hospit-
it that has given to the Insti-tution its striking cosmopolitan char
st-that a pleasant and profitable.year is in store for each of you,
ull of the joys of youthful life and of the enthusiasm born of
ambition. Never forget that your teachers are here to serve you,
a pleasure to them to advise and aid. You will alway§ find in
endship and interest of the abidipg sort.
d not suggest that you are now preparing yourselves for activities
most important period in the world's history. Constructive work
i order will be in waiting for the University graduate in the near
uch work as has never before been demanded of the specially"'
Remember that it is the foundation that you are now preparing
your' future will depend largely upon the completeness and thor-
of the initial, fundamental work.
ie opening a year ago, we were in the midst of the great world strug-

Tip your hat to the president
the University and the dean of y
college.
Wear the freshman pot 'Or toque
all times, Sundays excepted.
Don't smoke a pipe on , tire c
pus.
"Prep" school insignia is not to
ated at Michigan.
Keep out of the first five rows
the "Maj."
Freshmen occupy the north st
at the football games.
Do not talk fraternity to uppercla

men.
Be respectful to u
[low them the right
Attend all Unive:
meetings.
Learn the Michigar
especially "The Yell
Stand and remove
the latter.

rs a

ir

be

>ecame, on short notic,, a
,raduates, thousands of our
.ntarily entered the service.
o those who answered their
e the suprairne sacrifice. To
that is both warm and heart
n of all that they have done.
M. B. HUTCHINS.

Lm

, is to f) 01 U1
imes, h alli
as Thos tice.
nd ineligi- out a
associate I"he
art edi- Co

Hold -dally Prattle
znIig .for the rinters and
ill be held e rinning
Perry field' wr.. Captain
Forbes, a id Butler in
ockers on he second floor
house wia be available for
urnin cut for fall prac-'
urged. that men came
e to take " var-sue,
irreil will be at the gym-
'ry afternoon, and John-
s, and Butler will be at
t iery afternoon fro-n 4

"v ter Fishe
accepted and W
to assist ,nt pr
partment.
100 COUPtI7

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