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January 23, 1927 - Image 2

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PACE TWO

TT-- MII JIILGAN DAILY _ _ _ _

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STUDNTSCOMPETEProtects Interests
FIRT HLF F TUR'At Detroit e, H19;
C'lose Cot~aict et ween Iiistriitors !
And Studenits Proves
Advant-Ogeons
NEXT .TRIP S' PLANNED
lf way mark of the eight months;
c ruise on the "Floating University,"I
the first experiment of this kind, has
been reached. This experiment is be-
ing closely watched. A successful (de-
veloputent will represent a. new de-":
1atr neuainlporm.Student health was the first consid-I
c ration. Not one serious case of .sick-
ne li hasldeeloped among -the 50:tai-
clcunts. This is, in a large measure,
(rud to efct five prove itative measures
talken by the medical ^taff under the>>>__:
ylirc cticon of Dr. W. E. H igh . To this
effect, the physical edlucation depart-
inent co-operates very closely with theI r AeI
m,.edical staff.
Educational work is in the main of I
fective. The majority of students sbow;
i thausiasin in the class room and in
their, studies. However, as in a un-
versity ashore, there is always that
small proportion of lagard students, '
the problem of every similar institu-r
tion.-W'nc cg
One of the faculty members says in 6,* l ~oi iii iteraali
a recent letter- "I discovered we had 'revdnur' (icl)&'ti ew id ~l.( 'Olbeen1
th(^ nucleus of an opportunity in real charge of tho UiC ' taesteaur'
adtvanced education on account of the iratercs< ini the ' .. "g c Detroi L.
conistant close personal contact be.-
iween students and faculty. I (10 no,'cre is a<!niopuortun i~y [or service. I
feel we have discovered anything ne-w, ! f cf I -, mt to Mmxv th > e stutdenatf all
Kut something very old and infinitely their lives. I felI am of service to
better than the new. I feel I have bee Et em outsid;e rathe r than in> class;room.
el! more service to my students on this _I ant to go ie:ctyea r. I wil lie rdis'-
t : than to any classes I have ever, satisfied to return to My LnniVersity. I
ad becfore in my 30 years teaching ex-, [ccl that I ihave never been so saI
C_; ::erience. fled with myseClf or my wort;. TlisI
"I have 15 students, everyone of may be duoeU) t o e enthusiasmn of the
v~imI am having the opportunity of students..... I judgte it to be mutual
lc-'arning to know' intimately. Each ~

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buyer of quality produrcts knows har~t c.q;iEliv riaiis economry. IlIe
computes cost in terms oft 5CVJico r yndered f~znd, f5t isfction received.
not in price paid. Set your exli tou igh ind purchase an
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