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October 12, 1919 - Image 4

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PPERCLASSMEN CALLS FOR
SHOW OF LOYALTY TO UNIVER-
SITY IN GYMNASIUM

s to teaching positions have re-
y been made by the educational
rtment of the University.
partial list of the students so
ed is as follows: Clarence I.
es,' '16, Escanaba; Mary Edith
'19, Mount Pleasant; Margaret
3, '19, and Margaret Atkinson, '19,
:pelier, O.; Lois Parker, '19,
iwell; Stanley Borucki, '17, Ames,
William C. Weltmann, '18, IHart;
. Weltmann, St. Joseph; Gertrude
rlein, '19, Clio; Edna Mann, Mis-
r, Mont.; Mary C. Thompson, '19,
Paw.

Editor, The Michigan Daily:
Are freshmen Michigan men?
Surveying the heterogeneous mass
of colorful shirts and jerseys on the
backs of our first-year men in the4
gymnasium, an impartial judge would
say it was a high-school boy's play
hour.
In previous years such a condition
would not hake been tolerated for a
moment and this .s a poor year to
allow the practice to )egin. Let us
have no more of this display of prep
school colors and letters. The incom-
ing men should wear plain white until
they here prove their fitness to wear
a real letter and real colors.
HAROLD D. DRAPER, '20.
Oriental itures
Land of Nativityv

Arrangements for holding meetings
in the society rooms on the third
floor should be made by the respec-
tive societies immediately. In order
that no conflict of dates may occur,
it is necessary that a schedule should
soon be drawn up.
Preparations are being made to
handle all societies, and store rooms
will be supplied for any parapherna-
lia. Dennis Donovan has charge of
arrangements for meetings.
More than half of the floor for the
assembly room has been laid, and the
remainder will probably be put down
within the next two days. As yet work
on placing the panelling $or the walls
has not started.
Did our team win? Don't ask ques-
tions, read the Michigan Daily. All
campus, city and world news.-Adv.

Work on a driveway, to run from
East University street past the north
end of the new Engineering building
to the east basement entrance of the
Library, has been begun by the de-
partment of buildings and grounds.
Necessary excavation for this drive-
way has been ready for some time, but

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SCHOOL OF

DANCING

Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $550,000.00
Resources .........$4,000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
707 North University Ave.

516 E. William St
JEANETTE KRUSZKA
1780-W

IC DIRECTOR
MUNITY SERVICE

'loyd A. Rowe, '07, director of intra-
ral athletics during Michigan's pre-
r days, is now actively connected
h the Lansing Community service.
,owe was stationed at various army
nps as director of athletics during
war, and upon his return gave up
directorship of intramural athletics
'e to accept his present position
Lansing.

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STUDIO

lio, 121 E. Wash-
re a cash prize of
are used will re-

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edel, proprietor
. F. Adams.

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121 E. WASHINGTON

K. Singh, the man of the turban, who
is attending the University with the
intent of eventually gaining the Med-
ical Doctor's degree, will someday re-
turn to his native Punjab India, there
to live and practice his profession.
Punjab-he will tell you-is the Per-
sian for "Five Rivers"; five rivers in
that region joining to form the Indus.
Only a year and a half ago this man
landed in San Francisco. Yet he speaks
fluent and vivid English, his voice
having intonations that even enrich
our tongue. "English?" he laughed.
"No, it was not hard for me to learn.
I do not have the least idea how I
came into the English language."
The "Man from the Five Rivers" did
not remain long on the western coast.
There his people are not always
treated well. They are often refused
admittance to hotels and restaurants.
Would the East and the West ever
meet? He could not tell. Buit this he
knew, the Orient was good to live in.
Americans know how to make money,
Americans are very wonderful; but in
India people are kind, and hospitality
is rife. No one is ever turned away
from a door without food or lodging.
"What characteristics do your people.
possess that Americans do not?" was
asked.
"Spirituality," he answered. "Every-
thing is materialism here. In India
men often forsake wealth, while here
that is your great incentive. I often
wonder at Americans coming to India
to teach us spirituality."
The thread of his conversation is
picturesquely oriental. He told of the
Sikh religion which is only about 450
years old, and to which cult he him-
self belongs. The turban is significant
only as a covering for the hair. No
hair, according to the Hindu belief,
should ever be cut.
Qn his right wrist is a thin iron,
bracelet, delicately wrought, which
must never be removed. "If I were to,
commit a sin," he explained, "my right
hand would be- in use. I would see

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The
"Ormond"
(All Over)
Cordovan
Price
$14.00

-TINE cases out of ten, the manl
who once smokes a W D C Pipe
becomes a life member of the W D C
club. He can't help it, because a
W D C is certainly a man's size smoke.
It's as sweet and mellow as -carefully
selected French briar and expert sea-
soning can make it. Not only material
of the first water, but craftsmanship of
the highest order, and designs that are
most pleasing-all combine to make the
W D C Pipe a smoke of peace, content-
ment and satisfaction. A man's smoke.
Any good dealer will confirm this.
. WM.'DEMUTH & CO..:NEW YORK
WORLD'S LARGEST MAKER SOE- FIME PIP.S

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the bracelet,- then I should not sin."
Pureness of mind is taught in India
as the essential of good living. Many
people disregard the body almost en-
tirely. There are legends of prophets
and metaphysicians who have been
accredited with the healing of incur-
able disease. But the "Man from the
,Five Rivers" 'is primarily interested in
chemistry, biology, physics, and medics.
His eyes--the native eyes-are those of
the poet, dreamer, benefactor, scien-
tist, all combined.
AtTie Union
Organization of the recording secre-
tary's office is being made by officials.
Secretary G. A. Schaeffer has been at
work for some time- on toe matter,
getting the files in order, making an
index of the member's names and ad-
dresses. Offices of the general secre-
tary will be on the third floor.
A chart has been made; defining the
work of each member of the depart-
ment. After the index and files are
complete, the appointment committee

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clubs. As special rate to students for the school year. Don't
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Phone 1412-M

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