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September 24, 1923 - Image 1

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The Michigan Daily, 1923-09-24

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It, is very easy for a student, par-
ticularly a new one, to miss the real
point of university life. He may, at
first, get the impression that almost
anything may command his time in-
stead of the very thing he is supposed
to do. During these opening days it
requires a little discrimination to
keep your bearings, to see things as
they really are, and to put the em-
phasis just where it belongs. In this
seething mass of human interests a
student without realizing it may lose
his way.
This place is supposed to be devoted
to educational activities. We still be-
lieve that education has something to
do with the mind. The student soon-
er or later must recognize this fact.
The sooner he does, the better it will
be for everyone concerned. He may
not quite see this now, but if he is
wise and half as clever as he is reput-
ed to be, without saying a word about

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