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January 11, 1925 - Image 10

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S47NDAY, JANUARY 11, 1925


The Union Pool Phe~nix Rises From Its Ashes In


A Last

did For ]Early Completion.

Facts About

Europe, n~enEtc.
To get the better reservations, it will be veryi
necessary that you arrange your Mpans soon.
;BOOK EALY~ailing List~ates; 1st,
BOOKEARIntCabin or 3rd Class
A small deposit secuirs spac Delay no longer
E. t' EB E itAnnArbar, Much
Licensed and Bonded Steamnship and Insurance Agent

Back in the old days
s w
When Blue Books

The Only Unfinished Department Of The


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And Toasted Rolls

In challenging the Union to a coim" _______ plies, laundry, water and depreciation,
petition in raising enough money to 'f r 11:3,96.0; achare o:4.pr cet o
bring about the long delayed comple-~1,9.(;acageo e eto
'" 'l' t S $3,0a ndita aof c3,00000;foeterlyofx-rtistic
ticii of the union swimming pool, the, ,,;L . capital.7'/ofA$3,000.40; nd ac alrg e rleturn ;fArmsti
Michigan alumni association onlce .- x pense being $1779600 The total
more bring into the limelight that r euiulslcin o
r c hidis c u s s e d q u sti o n . A c c o r d i n go f th e o o l is 7 0 0 m e n a ( d ae a tiuds l e t o no
tuc the sAumnss ociaue tion offerif g' ther "/g ,.Sy ' wa v.but at a conservative e tiate of 250 table lamps is now on d is-
t o t u e n t s u n i t asca n a t r i s e o e :{ .-: /i" 4, ' t y : , e n a d a y a t 2 5 e a c h , f o r .3 4 4 d a y s p a tE n tB o h ' 1 .
c o m le t o n o fth e c a p u s, t h ea l n r i w l/ . . .. . . .. . . .. . .. . . ...e i.in th e y e a r , a to ta l re v e n u e o f $ 8-F e c r c h p Y u ll f n
third of the $16,000 necessary for final 750.00. c~?/ .x, ~old be obtained. ''his esti- Eetin ahp. o lfi
comateetion(ofgiveeheelsoothe alumriv them i anumrber ofvaried
guarantee toriethpeanigtoroit of $954..sieavrym eatpic.
thirds. In other words the alumni .. szsa eymdrt rcs
will raise $10.00 for every $5.00 raised }+~~l~ o asigte$,310
by the students. A large part of the f~ncsayi lleetfrmayta r e t B oh r
).: { ;"have ben used in previous campaifgnsi
alumni moneq' has already been raised o i hti osntakfroirgc
by the association. I nta tde o s o urgtEectric Shop
In December, 1920, the first agita- . they/**p/rchiatisfr he sItdents but thati
tien for the finishing of the tank was (wil eitlethyrhembookswiof the tan{ whiurhche
started and in that year a drive for r< ^ willentitledthem t h>ofswms i the tn 4 .FurhAe
funds Was put on by the Union,latslenilth rhe o2vwnSP ne 81-
Ing for two weeks in which commit- k;. whn l ihe.thhok;otietPon 284M
tes olciedmoeyfrm'llstdets, ..a nd1they wi]l.1Ie sold for $500 each.
was raised in this campaign, levng e>,thtth wnral.. n'n
a total of $36,193.59 to be raised be else use his book, or, as in I he can(.
fore the pool could be finished. The :!ro snorifth urhse rau t
total cost of the pool, according to' :: "" r ./ r I efdore s 2sm ar"e It.akwth l it I
esiaei 4;8.9 eiaysl i.ibo oay~ecnI~ o rIn 1921 no attempt was made by the w .( n pu). Ti feature of thle hbAooks!~~ '
Union to raise more money but in miaslepeell t ootov anmore 01 1 u U F i
April 12 aohr'rv was udr oliOemi tr(t
tken.1The idea in thisedrive waseto t~itea iteyeadeen1iLiide non-triai
hrave each student who returned tor ,,.. , y' f /4 i'l ccis ftefit(a rayp
his home for the spring vacation ,.a.. . .s. C ~ tP o e t d
solicit the alumni In his home town .r ++ < ?+;.. t VO -rbo eht ladn Iss
for contributions. The 1922 campaign "," : M"/:: k together on the wrchas. Los fFus?
however, was a failure as compared . .ossofFur byHod-u i
Thi4mlahe ildifitrsl' el ncudd under policies issuec
am ount raised being $4,06.. / z " ::, b s e r wil s ar l' e d y m Il
'During the "year 1923 no attempt) fat for fhe remnainder of 111, ed j by us. L osses by Fir,ur-
was made' to complete the pool but alb~i't .damn, '97L, is Al charge of ar Tet n alote
last year, 1924, agitation again start-.'h jrs !'Jltli xo ie , onSa h hV n heewl elaoctan I.'y, hftad*l ohr 1
ed. arlyin te yer anthercaming in at large amount of money. The has been promised by Charles T . a1ci in1''cliiet i Ilied, the draining fixtres toelbOr01tcks xep werad ea
paign Was begun, this time subscrip- iont.this enterprise amountedhe LinstoinofolClevelandmisesandpo$5,000 his nterriseamouted.o .o Cleelan, ana$5,,0tbyVe ; iil,;( al n plce, it(,l1aiU etao stroudents, everye; ismana . y tht h o kde ;eciaeprioatin arealalso
payr certain amounts, provided a set $2000 and this money was placed with Oliphant ofin t anth Arbor on Iliitoi irui...asi h1~ ),n set up and the esI covered-at all times ad I
amount was raised. As the quota hatrie.TeeofesscU10;
and formed a total swimming po l rise .ehescofer hee ;li
n o n c rethec m l t o f t e ~ f n d o 2 , 3 . 0 n t h ehel ep r e s e ntrp ooi dhan d pI'' j tc a in r t l : ; it r a t i o n , t ic . tu i n g a i J i o n s w m i n g p o o l h a s, b e n m d c a e s
once ore he copleton ofthe o Drin g the$20 a3.t0fourdyearsesannum-l cessful willnbecomeb tfee.l.: mne. Us ol iio~ plaes. ce(sfu wiil ballmedfl~et~l'. possib4oeebynthe Alumni assorc atios b
faded into the distance. Duigtepatfu easann he tan: shoe 1indtin Las hung fi,! l
The idea of a Union County Fail-, iher of men have made special con- At present the total aiount i r ic I wpo5ol -w il be ready for use. for 1Po i' thcn ci1 }eani dulle tom lack ;
similar to those that were held herel tributions to the pool fund, some ii isneeded to complt te nh . : -o l ;toc ii ats on ci. ;,ffunds, the art (o Ithe"Ilin i wh o h ; ;T.
come "years ago was conceived early I heedonationsing ~promised onthe 's$16,148.60. ndof thi.Uis O g iro (iills o1It n ilcete tnkwhe,1 asbeen niei,: 2h for s lngby tetn III. BUIncatsrn n n ac amtcnuiinta eti qa aonstAtmiascito a lde t .'-11 rtyadfo hc hr i ei
fair was put on in Yost Field House be raised in other ways and some ofI'jto give two thirds. tsi tonadmyevnmk e rch a large demnd will be fa ishe 1 IT TRA C
with fraternities and rganizations thdem being given outright. Most of Considerable worklhas;]tenl daaie ( c . iiis yar ii the saiict bc .3d will ~e I NS RA C
having concession booths and enter these offers, contingent a nte h olianels anothert ltvl salpoi hni hsbe eidtedrv n iyietik ; t anet upidi h ete f 'ron engrie aentyt enmnyaayi the pool in the last feace inrunigconiin.he t ivslyosmallby lfit when it has been bhindiI he2d9 FersndNauylsBini Bidk,
the building. The fair proved a suor I donatcod due to the failure to raise used to defray the expense of, ia I:estimates, as compiled by the Uinion letic Association and thep stoets rPhrone 40-Mil
cess, drawing large crowds and tak- thoether amnounts:. However, $6,000 work. To date, t he 1)0o1 it; alnac,; are as follows: Wages, including the that another opportiartity will not. be Isi
ters and an 'egineer, $8,346.00 ; sup- as have past effort. .. ~.-
Mr. Angeil1's Report____ _________
--made Iin class or text-book. Those who: complishrrents of good at udeut, Te.
(Continued from Page Nine) have advocated competition of this ight principle seems t o be that
A measure which has been adoptedl strt have had in mind the sufccess Ischiolar's ip should be rewarded, but
in several institutions (North D~akota,)I 'With which intercollegiate sprs ds- not to such an extent.Ithat thle rewaridAs fr S n s
Columbia, Minnesota, Missouri, etc.) I cover and develop ability of an~ ath- l)oes th, chief inlcntive' anad intel AsIor Sun a'
and which was highly recommended letic kind. But it is highly question-I lectual developmaent but secondary fo l
by former President Foster of Reed 1 able whether scholarship and athletic it. The Hfonors Convocation e ;ab l- A lb i g n u o ih er
proportion to the grade of work done. True culture cannot be tested corn-1 forniity with this principle, ;as are the 1v< c ud b
It is argued that this operates as a petitively to nearly the same degree degrees with distinction now given. hoot'oul
privilege to the best students by les-l as can football or baseball skill and, Nor wouldl the addition of(ege. floorPC5 il 1pjJe y r no
sening the number of courses whichI the results, if the attempt were made! with honors in iaticuIl; rsui,jeactete ha nc
they must take 'to gain a degree. Thre so to test it, would almost certainly and the conferring of titles Snl suc t I-. C~i '1
wot fti ceesesvr us e to give the wrong impression ofI Freshmanwotofti shmse svryqs Scholars on the dloen or o i jutcy tenderloine
tionable In theory and has not been what constitutes, scholarship.j best students in eac~h of the lowt
o irrefutably demonstrated in practice. It is a very delicate question to de-]classes violate it. (Mood edhin Loa t alseast h
The cichief ecobjectionst creare that t"credittentthr.mnneestoy whatrdextent thevet wUniversity forstandardnus a ekat eemigronveshoud iopromie thhemhatpiactual cost!sit bsteak at theht +a.

W4ere on ly an Idea

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Satan's head,

There lived a man
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Named Mr. Solomon


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Who knew

a +'

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All about w<mrnen.
He surely must have
Beeny wise to keep


A thous-and


Pe acefu-
Why it kce eps e
In H.t Witer
To have Two
Fraternity pir


Out at the sam~re tim, e.
Anyway, Mr. Solo.

Is dead, an


cramming for examinations and tends; the times and attempt to secure pres-
to shorten the academic residence of tigo for scholarship by giving greater
those individuals who, presumably, re-! rccognition and publicity to the ac-
ceive the most benefit from university
work. -j
Intercollegiate scholarship competi-
tion as a means of interesting alf
students in their work and of 'increas -
ing the prestige of the best ones is an- *TY
other measure which has been advo-I
aedby no less authorities than
President Lowell and ex-:preside nt . Mineographing promptly and ri
Melklejohn. The value of such a pro-.
ceding, however, seems extremely ly done by experienced help
doubtful. True scholarship is a mat-( moderatle rates.
ter of inner expansion and growth,
not something to be elicited by ex-
ternal competition or reward. Thej
result of establishing intercollegiate'
contests in chemistry, literature, and 0 M
history would probably be not an in-
crease in intellectual attainment of a 7 17 Nickels
worth while character, but a further-
ance of the already well developed The Typewriter &
tendency toward unithinking accep-
tance and memororizing of statements

lPr~sF ft~el \vit,1ion I nma king (i.]e reward
icc: (Aiiel haul ive t:()schlolarely a ttain
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The Detroit Edison

Where the best food is served


Then no one has ever
Learned to ft~~

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The feminine mind.
I have heard, thouh
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fTh at 'Burr,

51 Arcade
Stationery Store

11e<in .lC 14 i3l:cigill

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or the famous

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Have a pretty fair
Idea of what .,
Gets away, and


LoVe. Marri'age and

her arils"

They may be able
To help you, too.


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If you drop around

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