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P'AGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDf1)A Y, I EC F E' I 10, 12

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Student Who Tries Merely To "Get By"
* Misses Fuller Meaning Of Life-Little
"The student who is keenly alert: guile:;(.. the ;clt~ ler1(1' groupsb
And is intelligent, but is fooled by t~he in flh-s:-cent:how the tcrm is ex-
system into trying to just 'get by' is ,,re -ir is(1of( thou.-ands of pur-
missing the fuller meaning of ,life," i)oScs Ilil-s , xVhiiido inot in any
declared President Clarence Cook sense, g~'a enl the mol anling of life.
Little in an int erview recently. T(l,1 1(1ideth-1 the a ppreciation
"Such a student is mnaking no actu .il of li;i cue 14lbe ai,. idr y working to-
progress toward the betterment of . o- -uwrd ebujb I ;aIt t e;de(d byvthe
ciety,'' he said, ''and is likie the lower"'diii a \ 1 II'',f2iU
fosrms of animal life, which ha ved- l-:ci' emasd the 'rosi>-
veloped a single foot by whitch t hey t(ict. 'I lie rea al l ofilic nuder-,
attach themselves pe rmanuitlyto t0 r u" '?,i.(? l of'i.!IS17i'a!4i7tdtULV
stationary object." of I r :car. (Ol ati r.' 'li',Fi -li,h
The failure to take advantage of sail, is : lc s it con fort i(iea, and.
chances for creative opportunity ori is of -~i .val e., e\i uifof a slightly
the giving of opportunity to other, unalt PuseI <C icotive.
has increased, in President LAitl's
opinion, flue to the p)rf cticaI aims and TDb sI)A)lTF Crinany--- A rub-
,materialism of the ageIlie spoke of I beir, %wa4shable eilnprWt x-
a secondary isolation which now ex- Inbit .; atthe rceent 1."-use1jorf ex-
asts. "In the period 150 years; ago psit 1(111 P31' jir lblic health anid wel-
this isolation was measured by tho fare.

OF EXCAVATIN ;G
W 'rith ste a mn sh o v els Nv o 01 in g atlu ll e d a d w t x r r ,; o
working in tlte '2 -h our s hit;,I
_work on AMichigan's inew uP Illindl
Elar stadium is rapily p]rogi c , og.
Instead of the recent sn',)ti sloia ii'
up the work on t'he 4tadhasi.
!speeded up the exca vatIion'. Prior ;to
the recent. snow fall e2ji t;, ie
slush and looso fdirt la y ii lb a 1101 01
of the bowl, which slid not :E _+la
rfim footing for the nhl onu ; rich;
to enter the stadium nd u cr--. (;' tlwPr
ex cavated (dirt. '"he snow aniid coltic
weather prottuced the mecan" of o.'r-
c'Ieeedi ug at full ;peedI.
Yesterday and the day [wfo-.-6, the
foreman in chargoe assert ef, vwee Iao
two biggest days in the Ivor ; on the

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1 I TATE WORK
A T STADIUM SITE
51: A(i:i1. Mrethan 5,000 cubic yards
O~ (it eicremoved from the field
;u v;piig each of those two days. The
«s ag;e nma it of dirt that has been
rem>, eyed ill th" m)it a mounted to be-

vi des.
The w~ xells, which ca:1used la de(lay
about a monith ago, hv lenpunped
considerably so that they no longer
hinder the progress of the mon. liuge
machines have been p~umping the
water from the wells at the v ate of
60 gallons per second. Enough wate.
was p~umped out of the wells every
(lay to supply the city of Anni Arbor,

I«'OE2C 111la r"{ ItU tile digin dothe jclle'. t 7I is unn5' e:
(I rains to clea.:r the l d an(l -tand(s daI: ; 7g,50) in iths nir

fromn rains. Telretpmoion ofthe
wNork on the (dra.'ha:.,.beell cmpI>)Ilted
andI attention is>nwbei-ng _paid to the
ecX(avation 0f the boiwl .
A1 di ffere,(,'e of 1;eb c fiiinregard to
the seating ''cape Icity of t h anew sta-
I i m h s b - iA attim es . T he otfi cial :seat1.Ing capacity
] irldiing If. Yost, dire(ctor of inte-

!This is 1l 11?(etan heOio ta iu
Said E'i' e ()t:''. w ih sel. K~tt
411; Alixone Iaus Oi b'tgi
tIce Int.Z r, I cninras e

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C t'l Yf !t 11 Yn' 4 V1V1 riibp vvd yalen " a ciTr(
(L~y Allt I'11earn shovels are wore~- I__decared
ing at pr'L s' dwhich are, eight more
has w ihaelioe.u c iilloyed in the
hu~h;po~oa ige spot-lights,
a! hnel : vr:is Places about the
t1~otU HthesI 8(1mm into semi-day-
::.h ~ t nssthus permitting the
- 1 'i i towork throu.hbout the
ai 't lthIle work progresses the
ve t te month as it has been going '
Co: ing e p luts veral tlays, the work
o axt re' imi will i)C co-Aplet ed by the
Pi I (A at t' year, .is the contract pro- 11

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NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL OF RETAILING,
Experience is received in New York's. Newark's id Brooklyn's
largest department stores. Store service is linkodc with classroom
instruction.
Master of Science in Rletailing ranted on completion of one
year of graduate worlk.
Th~lree (,r :Avjuf e IFellowsh1ips -Five Seliohrshipsa
Students nmay enter January 31 or Septemiber, 1927.
Summer School July 5 to August 12. 1927.
Illustrvatedl bulletin, on application, For further
information write Dr. Norris A. Brisco, Director,
Washington. Square halt, New York City.

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tough as sin, yet easy on
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Winter Ttan Calfskin.
$ 141
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chek4'om-o ecomfort
'There is alwa~ys one girl at any college dance who
i-akes every undergraduate but one' i =n with envy.
TWhat's the kind of good looks you get in the new,
collegTiate Walk-Covers. You get inoro thanme,
good looks. You get comfort-snug, cheerful com-
fort-that is as welcome to busy feet as a checA from
home is to a Freshman.

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START THE VACATION
WITH, A BANGI

$6.25

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Ride the ORIOLES to Chicago. It's a pleasant ride
over the new paved highway, M23-through the picturesque
Irish Hills and St.; Joseph lake region. And comfortable,
too ! The big Fageol "parlor" stages are equipped with
individual arm chairs allowing plenty of leg room. Full bal-
loon tires minimize road shock. Heaters keep you warm on
coldest days. You'll enjoy every :rile of the way and you'll
save money, too!
Orange and FBlac k Stages
Connecting: at Ypsilanti with ORIOLES to Chicago.
Leave Fourth and Ann streets.
Daily at 9:30 - 11:30 A. M. - 7:30 P. M.
(Eastern Standard Time)

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Reserve your chair today
Call 6050

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To Kansas City.........

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This business has been growing ever
since it was established. The secret -
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customers." We believe it pays to do
business in a friendly way. If you
think so too, let's get together.
CORNWELL COAL - CO"KE
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Phones, Office :.4551-4552 Yard Office : 5152

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athletics may have never been yours.
Yet every man or woman demands at
least self-consideration as first team ma-
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Have your Shredded Wrheat served with milk or
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other appetizing ways. Start now to get fit and keep
fit. If interested, write for our booklet--"Fifty Ways
of Serving Shredded Whey." THE SHREDDED WHEAT
COMPANY, Niagara Falls, N. Y.

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