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tow to set it ging you have all we to
- can give youYiyou are through. You Ner
must be the master of that mind of c
Inconclusion, the President em-7
pasized the point that the mind is F L Se
'ne's most"recious asset. ''Possess,"T an
(OSntinued from Page One) he said, "the thinking, creative mind pr
he dnks itit. sharply contrasted to of which you are the royal master. InL
hin is the man with the independent As a man thinketh in his heart so oti
] s,; He 4 .rhe ars what thye world is he." orOR tUI Ot
endeavors to say, but he insists that - ce:
a xxn mst clssify and interpret his OFFICIAL CIRCLES SMILE AGAIN m
imprdssions. Je does not follow the AS DREAD OF WAR tir
mob. He has a mind of his own." FADES an
Radical Mind Useful- tio
The President also contrasted the B T A A A R
conservative ,mind with the radical BI SA.ADW
type, pointing out the usefulness of CONFERS WITH HUGHES ti
b 0th. 1 "The Inonservative," he said, r
"t lizes: the past. Whatever has London' Wire Indicates That English to
be , is' true< He stands for a se Government Would Welcome U. S. '
quacous -dependable world. He e~a .at Conference de
lieves that the experience of the race a
has expressed itself in solid truth C ti . 25.-Turkish C
which- must not be, cast aside lightly., Constantin~ope, Sep. -TrlhC
H e is lifable' to < illustrate the 'vain f cavalry, sared with machine guns, "w
proud se blet e s' f ouranres eturned within the neutral zone at th
roud u acab ifis'o f o a t i e s.x.Chlianak today. General Harington,
even when adequate reasons demand ? the British high commissioner, in.
a new point of view. He is offset b) x.structed nationalist representatives,
the radical who idealizes the future IIeje to request Kemal Pasha to or- G
and overledks the nlain lessons of the der their withdrawal. Failure to com- a
past. To him, whatever is past ;s.ply within a reasonable time, would da
false, whatever is to come is true and fall upon the heads of the Kemalists, hi
worth while. He is liable to confuse the commissioner said. er
terms aid thnical jargon with realm W
ties and abiding truth. In the past he ". '(By Associated Press) n
has been eetial to progress." London, Sept. 25. Smiles which b
Fv esi t Burton ointed out the reached Lord Curzon today as he de- d
value f the critical mind, stating, that parted from the prime minster's Of- th
vh.x an idividual begins to doubt ficial residence in Downing street a
an4 to reason l'e really begins to this afternon after making a detailed
think. hey seek only the truth, report to the cabinet of his Paris
he ;sa d. Their one fear is erro mission typified the general easing up in
their die dsi w e i the facts. Such pem ,of the tenseness in the Near East sit- Wi
sons posess .mndswide open totrut, DOUGLAS ROBY, VARSITY BACK- uation as viewe. from the British
mere' etel authority or conve field man from whom much is ex- capital. te
timrea l.custom. t uch minds are di ; ected this year. Everywhere in official circles there M
ti,~'al cmi~onm.Suchmind aredi ______-_that___th______ds__p
criminating. They distinguish clearly are expressions that the war clouds ph
between beliefs, opinions, and knowl. Lose something? A classified in of last week have been placed by old t
edge' They think closely upon thet Daily ill find it.-Adv. school diplomacy, with such an old to
real issue 'rof. every problem. Then___ _____hnda usn ietn Biiha
never hesitate to take a position of ' policy, and although there is no word to
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they candidIly concede that knowledge" in
'has its limpi'ts and are foarless and t
undisturbed in tIt resence of mys:
albe cns'otte Std nsSup l tore -
Of all tme 'yes of mind he dis-t
eusete P esdebt ponts'out the
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histor y has"' beet. '"the fudtonuot
which ctvifl'athiOn and i'oress have
depended It has initiative and vision.
It toils but 1t grows. It expresses it--'
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"The studeit to be worthy of. his
nameg,;,d the 'President, "must have Candes, dyTobaccos
a thinkhig mind. Surely the mind ofC syT
the student will 'not be satisfled with
mech'anical or utilitarian processes.
ie ennot be satisfied by being'meraly.
a ' zded ra.' ommercialist.' Emer-.
sons sks °what is the hardest task .. , ., .. ..
in thaworld. And he answers his -
own -questi'on with the words 'To I
think.' The ideal student insists
'upon thinking, and thinking first for
11mself before finding out what others
haave thought.. I HA RDS-
"If there is anything to which stud-
ents are highly sensitive it is popu-
larity. The thinking mind and popu- I
'larity present a real dilemma. Do not
think for a moment that I am not an
enthusiastic advocate of athletics and
other student activities. You will never D
miss me from the intercollegiate games OLDFIELD TIRES
at Ferry field. But I would' like to HARTFORD SHOCK ABSORBERS
have the emphasis in the right place. MOTOMETERS
I am looking for and expecting the M OTMETER S
time when the thinking mind will carry SPOT LIGHTS
wwith it social prestige.
"A real mind proceeds to think AUTOMATIC WINDSHIELD CLEANERS
about problems. It hunts for them and M. & K. WATER PUMPS
glories in them. It questions every-PA KN L M S
thing, but does not, ike the sophistsPA KN L M S
of ancient times, ask questions and TOOLS - VISORS
then run 'off into the dark without
waiting for the answer. It asks the AND SCORES OF
question and then insists upon the
answer. The ideal student mind isI OTHER ACCESSORIES
the thinking mind which reckons
wisely with prejudices, popularity, and
problems.''RBe MaH A R D
In taking' up the problem ot the 200 EAST HURON
mastery of the mind, which he de-
scribed as the greatest problem con-
fronting the student, the President }.
s:id that we must not forget the unity
of personality. "We cannot," he said,
".separate the mind from the body or
t ;e body from the mind. How they
interact no one actually knows.'' '
"Strength of character which de-
mands a clean, healthy mind is essen-
tial. In order to have the mind work-
irg at its best the body must be in the
fi:est condition. The right amounts
o food, cxercise, and sleep are es- College and Fraternty Jewelry
sontai to mental mastery. ar
"You are in reality engaged in the
process of learning to learn. You Gold Pens and Pencils
nmust find out how with the greatest.
economy of time and energy you can
har. You must learn how to study. Alarm Clocks
Think in class and laboratory. Trans-
farm recitation periods into thinking
"Have the spacious mind. Your gen-
e;"ation cannot supply all its mental
n-eds by limiting itself to books or
formal courses. When you have
learned that you have a mind and
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WM., A. MILLER, Prop. A
K'emal Pasha, the nationalist lead-
it is intimated that its refusal to
ne here is extremely unlikely.
'Oppose Immediate Acceptance
The view is held in authoritative al-
d 'circles that immediate accept-
ce would be against British trading
opensities. It is said that the Turk
bargaining always wants a first of-
r made to him. Then he holds the
her to it and angles for other con-
ssions. The Allies have made ke-
al Pasha a definite offer of Constan-
4ople, Thrace to the Maritsa river
d membership in the League of Na-
ons, but it is believed that Kemal
ll probably reply with a demand for
l of eastern .Thrace and complete re-
rement of the British from the neu-
al zone before the Turks enter in-
a peace conference.
That. all danger is not past is evi-
nt from' today's despatches reporting'
new Kemalist incurscion into the'
hanak zone, necessitating a further
arning from the British commander
Geddes Calls on Hughes
Washington, Sept. 25.--SIr Auckland
eddes, British ambassador, was
mong Secretary Hughes' callers to-
ay on the latter's first day back at
s desk in tihe state department aft-,
an absence in Brazil of several
eeks. While no statement as to the
ature of the conference was forth-
ming, neither at the embassy or the
epartmei t, ' there were indications
at the near pastern situation was
mong the questions discussed.
- Would Weleome U. S. as Ally
Unofficial advices from London have
dicated that the British government
ould welcome American, participa-
n, in the proposed Conferencetto de-
)rmine the final disposition to be
ade of the Dardanelles and the Bos-
orus. It was regarded as probable
at the British ambassador thought
learn from Mr. Hughes whether
n invitation to send a representative
the conference would be accepted
'the Washington government.
It is obvious, however, that with a
rowing merchant marine, the Wash-
gton government has a very mate-
tal interest in any: question involv-
ing the freedom of the Dardanelles'
and the Bosporus to the merchant
crafts of all nations. Whether this
interest, in the Washington view,.
could be safeguarded without partici-'
pation in the proposed conference
with the Turkish nationalist authori-r
ties has not been disclosed.
Ann Arbor is to be the seat of a
convention this year as early as Oct.
3. At this time the Michigan Building
and Loan Association league will hold
its annual meeting of two days' dura-
tion. This league is made up of more
than 80 building and loan associations,
all of which will send delegates to the
convention, and many of the visitors
will be accompanied by their wives.
On Tuesday, Oct. 3, at 4:30 o'clock,
the visiting delegates will be enter-
tained with an auto trip around Ann
Arbor. Following that, at 6:00 o'clock,
the local associations will give a ban-
quet at which President Marion L.
Burton will give an address on the
subject of "Our Sense of Values." A
special musical program has been ar-
ranged for the banquet. Mr. William
R. Wheeler and Miss ?Marion Struble,
both of the School of Music faculty,
will assist in this program.
On the following day, in addition to
the regular business meetings, the vis-
iting ladies will be given a reception
and tea by the ladies' reception com-
mittee from 2:30 to 4:00 o'clock at
Foster's art store.
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find bargains' there.-Adv.
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