THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Every Sunday Afternoon
from 2 to 5
Tonight will be the last evening skating
session this season
ICE SKATERS NOTICE
All ice skates left at the coliseum in lockers or for
repairs must be called for this week as we will not
be responsible for skates left here during the summer.
J. H. WEINBERG, Mgr.
'Communication which time everything possible is done
to give honest brain work in the school
the credit and standing it deserves: I
Editor, The. Michigan Daily:- believe the University could take
A few observations suggested by action along some line in the way of
some remarks recently made in my honoring its worthy students that
hearing by a University man will, I would be greatly to its credit.
think, interest some of your readers SELBY A. MORAN.
and should offer food for thought to a
very considerable number of young SCIENTISTS WILL PRESENT
people enrolled as students in the Uni- IMPORTANT RESEARCH PAPERS
versity. The remarks I refer to were___
"It is unfortunate that the names of Dr. Clark Wissler, of the American
those students receiving all A's in the Museum of Natural History, will give
final examinations last semester were the principal address before the Mich-
published as it must necessarily sub- igan Academy of Sciene at its annual
ject such students to the taunts and meeting which will be held in this city
ridicule of a not inconsiderable num- during the last week in March. His
her of students who think that any- subject wi be, "Time Perspective in
body who tries for more than a barely Culture and Research."
passing mark is odd and bizarre and A new section of anthropology has
a worm. The number of students who been added to the academy this year,
feel that way is far greater than most and a prominent speaker will be
people suppose. It includes all those brought to lecture on this subject. An
students who are here only for the address by the retiring president, Dr.
purpose of having a good time and Ward Giltner, professor of bacteriol-
tpending Dad's money." ogy at M. A. C., will be featured. I
Scholars Taunted? Important papers on research will
The man who said this may have be presented in all sectional meetings,
overstated the matter, but I think peo- which this year consist of agriculture,
ple who are close observers of stu- botany, economics, geology, medical
dent affairs will be disposed to agree and sanitary science, psychology, and
that there is at least some justifica- zoology. Members of the society are
tion for such an opinion. If there is, drawn from all over the state, and
it certainly is a sad commentary upon papers are read which will be pub-
conditions here at the University. It lished and widely distributed through-
seems to me that it is up to the Uni- out America. The public is invited to
versity faculty to take some decided attend all meetings.
steps to counteract such a state of
affairs. It could be done by working Ann Arbor's progressive merchants
out some plan to give'those students use The Michigan Dail.-Adv.
who work hard enough to make such
grades the most decided University
honors. The men who win distinction Use Classified advertising and sell
in athletics are honored in every way your miscellaneous articles.-Adv.
possible by trophies and cups and let-
ter M's and the greatest possible pub-
licity, while the best brain work mere-
ly gets an "A" on University books _
which fact latr leaks out and gets
mere mention in the papers, and then
subjects those who get such marks, as
the University man quoted above says,
to the taunts and ridicule of the nu-
merous lightweights on the campus. I I
High School Incident Cited
The University might obtain i sug-
gestion from what happened in the
Ann Arbor high school some years
ago. The Log Book, a publication by
the class in Journalism, contained
article by a sophomore entitled, "To
Dig or to Kick," In which he ridiculed
in an exceedingly virile way l.1 trlrs-
tom of the school people generally to
honor athletic success while those whe
attained high marks for honest and To OUR CUSTOMER
conscientious school work were guyed
as teachers' pets and made fun of by We wish to adv
the great mass of school people. The
high school authorities immediately took effect February
got wiso w the situation and estab-
lished an annual honor banquet at It is our desire t
order that we may d
as soon as we receive
PENGLS Below we are q
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March 5th, 1921.
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ise you of the new prices on Intervoven Hosiery, which
o meet the new price level as rapidly as possible and in
b so we are taking our loss on all merchandise on hand
the new prices for 1921.
uoting the new prices on Interwoven Hosiery.
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Yours very truly,
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