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UYILa,
tEL~R~IENT
~w Rea of University of
"IS, PT1NDMfl1TAL
EEQISITE IS RESPECT
lic, Mn.,r Nov. 16-Dr Marion
on, president of the University
an was the principal speaker
ANtA inauguration cernmonies
~ratton Duluth Brooks as res-
f the niversity of Missouri.
itjBdrton delivered a brief ad-
A14' "he Mark of a University
sription of the real presiden]
tie university can all be gath-
i n the one word 'respect,'"
f P're idenit B rton. "Te man
yuaf! possses this uality
lke a" resident. The man who
witfil.despite iiitelleta
,lvgtirou initiative .and
escrttrceUuoess
Icoine oest Opeslti
:"0# stide t, as a resecter
6 s, vfeleene 0,1al ~reeie ad
piion. HRe is not cndu~hct-
per xlnil enterprise. He A$
a .I 'pinus inter p~1es." 1e i
t fir personpl plaise but ftr
lonal achievement. His chief
~Ou the uwnvesity. ,He isvery
tf its n am. Qpo tion, there-
n poitsout defects In or-
zn, mi'takes in policy or weak-
in nrale of the nstituttion s
a soure ofmeal enourage-
real ,p stent respects facts,"
d the speaker, "since the at
its rat, substtutial facts, heo
i t ingrate, an i conolat. or a
onist, Siiiilarly, he must know
Weigt evidence. He is not
drl by vtaii inaginiugs, iposs-
tetiona °,or groundless accusa-
Ee iop not ,amazed. by waves of
antd einotllon. 'He kltiows that
Vvalvei is necessary alike -for
~iis anid inite16etal engines.
at aned or "disaoraged even
frequently reversed conclu-
rweary faculties. t
4 e9t tothat scentifcally A-
lath is essential Within proper
out and always with a dsri-
interiretation of them, he bie-.
n gtherfijg facts, hintablt-;
ptstics,- in preparing gaphlc
in studying salary scales,i
ping ize of lasses, and in
' te retr, of the training and
ao of rspetivre appontes.
ll"is a. real~ presidetit with at
espet for fades, hed never fore
kv, the- hunau data which can
een charted muts be the deter-
factor, : Bo he sees the man and
)r to just~e ersotat.,galities.:
spes " v specalit bin being iu
real, resident in his repect
s will acqiuire a profound ref
or th fture.14e wMll conce
tor underistlad "that the 08,_
40f tti!I turett~d is acually pos-
:d early discerns the wisdim f
clues ions bfi ore they bbniyal
id, treubleoth'e facts. He e-
Li ly to realize that living or-
grzioi, that uniVersties are
pto n to3 this law and that t ey
related wisely to the chaging
rder. With. a world torn by
h a rudely ehake* a nd twistedl
rdier, with political and eo-
"Issutes of paramolt impit-
ixst upon us with a suddn-
at is startling and disconcert-
ulversities are faed by duties
ponsibilit lee which static in-
s cannoet meet."
Uiversty of Mssotr's stew

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Express : 7 a. n., 8 a, mn and every
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Locals: 7 a. in., 8:55 a. mn. and
every two hours to 8:55 p. mn.,
11, p. . ., Ypstlanti only, 11:40
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Express (makinig local -staps) : 9: Su
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hlca~c is an educator of wide experi-
ence and high reputation. He was l
gradua;.ed from Michigan in 1896 and 11.
~a year later won a master's degree at TICKEhITS-fli
Harvard'. He has been principal of ~btI 1
seea idewsenscnayschools, superintendent of schools in
Cle'veland' and in Boston and until re- General mail ord
Gently, president *of the University J f' the Denishawvn coiy
{Oklahoma, which position hb resigned 2 nHl uioi
to come to Missouri.. During the War26iMlladtru
he was United States food admninis-, to all life members
trator for Oklahoma. He is the author ! M. Russell,. '24, m
of numerousi textbooks and a frequent club, under whose
contributor to ecficational publica- will be staged, ur,

M91L ORDER
der applications for
Lcert to be held Nov.
m have been mailed
sof the Union. John I
anager-of the Glee?
auspices the recital
rgcs all, those who
:rs to mail ,theni ii-
have not done so
1be, filled in the or-
eived. Mail orders

been canvassing the student body for
the past two days in an endeavor to'
fring the number of pledges up tot
2,000. In case a sufficient number of
signers have been found, contracts
will be let by the Board'of Governofts
of the Union, and work started :iin
mediately.
Tigers Off For -New Hi'i6
1Princeton, N. J., Nov. 16.-Prince-.1
ton's football squad left today for New,
{Haven for its final workout in pre-
paration. for the Yale game tomorrow.
Students gathered last night in a big~
rally and shouted faith ini -the Tiger
eleven. Coaiches said theB players
were all in good condition.
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SoutI~ern Admirer
Lavfds Opera St ar I
"I find froma careful scrutiny of the
newspaper cut of you that you com-
bine all the attributes and charms of
enchanting, alluring, fascinating, cap-
tivating, exquisite, delightful, and mag-
nificient womanhood. 1: say, without
fear of contradiction, that you are
beauty and physical perfection person-
ified, truly a modern Venus and fit to
be classed as a 'daughter of the
gods.'"
Tbu~s is the opinion of Joe Mullaney,
Jr., of Mobile, Ala., in regard to Lionel
Ames, '24, who plays the leadinge fe-
male role in. this year's Union opera,.
"Cotton Stockings." Ames received a
long letter from Mullaney telling of
his opinion of the leading "lady," and
requesting an autographed photograph.
The request for the picture was
made in order to increase the collec-
tion of "photos of beauttiful women"
that Mullaney has gathered, the letter
states. Mullaney is a "firm devotee
of physical culture and' such kindred}
sports as tend to develop and perfect
the human body," he says.
Altliough Ames receives hundreds
of letters with similar requests that
he finds himself unable to answer, the
unusual nature of this, one has won
his heart. A picture has, been dis-
patched and is, now on its way to
!Mobile, theme to be added to the 'col~
lection of other, "beautiful women"
That Mullanicy has. "1
Patronize The Daily, Advertisers.
Wed. Maat. 5Cc to $1.50)
Sat. Mat... G0c to.$2.001
Second and La1st 'PeekF
up SHTE GOES"I
!with GLORIA FOY

mnediately if they
already.
Applications will
ddr they are rece

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may be procured in the lobby of the
Union, and at Slater 's or Graham's ; ill1111161111 l 1t11rtIIU11tflh1t(fh L UIII_4
bookstores. A general sale of seats MEAR
will not take place until the middle of,-
next week. E MR.; BRUCE CURRY
SATURDWAY EVENING%
POO DIE EUR Sat 9o'clock at the
NOTYETCOMLETD ~UPPER ROOM -BIBLE
Complete returns on the Union 'poolLAE AL
drive which ended Thursday night. are E Mr. Curry will give the. Bible .
not yet in, but it is thought by officials Study in his unique and fasci-
of' the Union that the pledges willI nating way. Mr. Idea is anxious:
number well° over the' two thousand " ohv l Upe 9m e
Shear him.Prof. Bowen will
mark. Returns from the fraternities hn~
are slw in omingin andit isnot } sing. r.
'rbetare slowrnco il bn an fiis l o
proabl tht her wil b ay ofical ~University ven's Cas, Sunday
scatement as' to the outcome of the! Morning at 9:30
drive until Monday.
Mtembers of, the committees h'av'e

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