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March 31, 1921 - Image 4

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ETICS FOR YALE

AT HIGH CLASS
MUCH NEEDED
AS COACHES

ME'i

'ecognize and value highly the
ings about intercollegiate ath-
but anyone who tMinks they
:be improved is either' destitute
ormation, or imagination, or
aid James R. Angell, recently
Spresident of Yale University,
first speech as head of that uni-
*"I desire," he continued, "to
e intercollegiate. athletics used
"ully than at present; because of
questionable possibilities' for
Such evils as at present exist
no means equally, distributed
hout all forms of college sport.

"these are the essential features,
of mty athletic creed: physical educa-
tion of the helpful 'kinad-for every col-
lege student, particularly for the non-
athlete, who is often a bit neglected.-
I want clean, honest, intercollegiate
athletics, so conducted that they not
only benefit the men who compete,
but even exercise a wholesome influ-
ence on the entire college community.
"If there are to be professional or:
semi-professional coaches, I want men
who are not only technically expert
but are of essentially' sound, fine
character. I should rather have a
man of questionable- character in any
other; position than that of athletic
coach. Nowhere is the pernicious ii-
fluence of a coarse or immoral man
so serious."
Miss Mary IF. tMinnis, Chiropodist,
will be at the Saunder's Hair Shop to-
day. Phone 2673-MV for appointments.
-Adv.

WAR POST. TO GIVE FIRST
MILITARY BALL ON CAMPUS
Fifty Tickets at Formal Reserved forl
Members oft American
Legioni
Fifty tickets for the military balll
to bie given Friday night, April 8, ini
the assembly hall of the Union by the
Richard N. Hall post of the Veterans
of Foreign Wars have been reserved
for the use of members of the Ameri-
can Legion. These tickets will prob-
ably be placed on sale tomorrow at
a place to be announced later.
The affair, which is to be strictly
formal, is the first military ball to be
held by a campus organization and it
is hoped that it may develop' into an
annual affair. The grand march' will
start at 9 o'clock,' but beginning at
8:3a a reception will be held for a
group of prominent military and naval
men from Detroit and Chicago.

PRINCETON SELLING STAMPS ing the holidays may present them-j Architects are now taking estt
TO AID IN CHINESE RELIEF selves at the office and take chances! for finis~h work as well as for
with the rest." tional stories.
Stamps selling for three cents,
enough to keep one Chinaman alive t111111111Hlllt11{l{1II11111116tllil1111{ltllm
for one day, are being sold on the-
camipus at P~rinceton university to
swell the Chinese Relief fund which Eastm an IxC id ais - F~ilmns
that university is now raising. It is-
estimated that this stamp-selling will- A m ateur 'Finishin
be a considerable factor in raisingw
the money that Princeton is to con- - n a ge re t
tribute toward the relief of the Chi,-E ' ' ' 1
Flashlightsan
FEW VACATION LABORERS
NEEDED) ON NEW HOSPiTAL S Outside Groups.
It is unlikely that many students3
will obtain work at the new Univer - wVWr
sity hospital according to E. M. Tes- -A I
sier, s uperintendent of construction
work. "Workmen are .being turned AYYDLASUiD 90
A5io a way each day," saidi Tessier, "andi
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State St. Entrance

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Made to Your Measure

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Then A.sk The

Farmers & ,Mech-anfics Bank

$45 and up

About Those

Bank }

A. B. A. cheques

WIadhams &,Co.
STATE STREET STORE

j .Men's Clothing

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Stirway to Vogu+e Sop

Dress Makers

Let M~de 1esign That
New Spring Frock
TH.E VOGUE SHOP
MRS. EUGENE CRUM Phone %9-W UPSTAIRS
the Unique Shop
of the Campus
CARL -BAY JEWELER
DEL GRENNAN,
Custom %Tailor
NICKELS ARCADE PHONE 152-R
Afb3.'iLRubu, i1hw.
Footwear of Quality and Disinction
DETOIT ANN ARBOR CHICAGO MADISON
inerva Yarns' Futurist Underwear
Woman's E9xchange
Franco--merican H-ygiencGoods

,Jewelry

Tailor

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Best Funds in Traveling

Stationery

After The,

Candy I

Special Sale On
FANCY STATIONERY
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17, NICKELS ARCADE
Stairway Exit farom Arcade Cafeteria

Opera

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Ice "Cream ~

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,GOOD
FOOD

Books }

iShoes

Flowers }

Lal' Medical Dental
BOKS
Bought. Sold or ;Exchanged
MICHIGAN SHIELDS
ALL SIZES
D~arling and Malleaux

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Second Floor

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New Sprig Line.
GLOVES
HOSIERY
SWEATERS
Etc.

Jane
Singleton
Shop

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Iwomen's Shop

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S tairway to Arecado CafOtsri Aijd Halsey's Studios

Stairway to Doctors' Offices

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Missing-q~ne Barber Pole !
FINDER. PLEASE RETURN

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IBarbers

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