100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

May 03, 1927 - Image 2

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1927-05-03

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

T I'l., j

TH MCIGN DAL TEJ)Y M\ :,l:2

AfTimpulsive act reaches a successful steadfa."stness of punrpose? If the for-
ART11 conclusion he who gave the imiplse i ':; TnwerI~~ib of much value;
511111 li I elte--ell siwh a rwaftt dteL3
ignored or forgotten; if thec om ~Ol f~1
results in failure the one whzo gave uo i'orvtln ~h wm
thej tbe ifortm),,ate advice willI rest ni-,- ; iner hoW"h does it; it {ie rlllj
iol t "ttti' .VOI i ("' Idfc tj t ~'au!nts to now hc);,e screws up courage,
conscience; at leas[t,1,esho{ul. !plunges in -Ind learns by expjerience,
ognized What are theIirosj'ec'tsout Jin lte lI F does not go ofl to a deep hole
seed wide world of ?)r:fe<<sionatipr 'acce by himtself if hie is wise, though hie
foI heIcitcuals dut 1)0 ay fall into a dleep h-ole inadvertenit-
to terniinat e 10s collegecou]-ein(] s (Ceoot inuted .on PageThree)
11s ai g Wi2 , on vhiP (5 m r N atch A nd
der or 01 lessfreutlypoonel--.11ort
oil the Ifrequ en! ly asth 'uii&iQlII e-JweyRparn
!!* Mrf ste ! the {(te t t: 1,t' "n" cc 1

I I COLLEGIATE CLOTHES SHOP

1,

i w i 1

11

i

national standing, and has writtet nci - - tl *n inys e f W,i1III pl l 'L78 n0(I I
cerning advice to graduates with tnrthmilar !
iiiteres t to the architectur al ondet.oone two ^'lerf i i 1 _ 7o+r ic
111oloi I'1 0' r:"vof o ii t on 's.
By Irving K. Pond l1tartiy 01f expriene'. I
71o anlswer fli~et-= (Ttop- (1' 02Eml
It is perfectly safe to give advice kiioxv tlr, (mind of lan a n w
laolicited or unsolicited, for none i'9th). Is he askId't; 1teillout f -
aver hleeded; that is, none is heeded fI or (cu,'1ty;, olofli , tt;,l
y er l 10 i t . tby wise m en. It is quite safe if one - --
does not desire to have 'i s advice!.;A
followved, and equally fatuous if one's
desire is tire opposite, to offer it, es- ,
pec Illy td _ 'rchitects, through the
medium of print--even of the daily
press. It is a fixed belief in some.
'quarters that architects as a class are
no great readers and that those who We hcve Ihem n ti ianc fresh-
do- read neither read for advice nor
generally need it. SCYVICC
Thren, too, it is safer and far better
to offer general advice to the masses,
who cannot follow it, than it is to Eby each &
offer specific advice to the Individual'
who, in an evil moment may somehow
10 impelled to act upon it. If the Established'
AT THE DETROIT THEATERS 200-202 East Li

f. V 9" n I.iA PSf
F ALE R'S
State Ctreet Jewelers

. .
- r-.
4
. .A}>..
' 1
L
l , ,.,
m
,
e
"
> -

SPECIALLY
TAILORED
AT
$4O and $45
With Extra Pants Fre

Bfrillant

ose

II

I

1t ries

I

~~-Thg#ws ~~.----Cvebest
Sil Co.

11

11

$1.95

CLOTHES FOR ANY OCCASION

1843

ib erty St.

Th~e clothes tailored for us by

Rx.& W. and

1a

I

Adler Collegian are the best on the market for the
price. They make the wearer feel "dressed up"
at all times and fit the occasion in style fit and
price.

I

11

All the shades for summer wecar

i

' F
'

w - HE hilarious adventu res of a
0p1 letter carrier who mixes the
W mails with surprising results !
.J-

i
i
i

0

Corbett has always been famous for the excellent
fit that he gives his suits The latest patterns in the
new shades of tan and grey will please' you. See
the today at
$40 and $45
With Two Trousers
TomCorbett's
Collegiate Shop
116 East Liberty

11

Sold exclusiv ely ,by,
232 S. Main St.

I

I

IVIIILII OKELL __
1 11

f.,-%
J-9y,

usM

t
usM
,/ ...-- .
l
k
" . -.
.. ., :. i . N .c

j j

,e.

I

,..ii.ii??iiiti
"iiii:i''Fii:ii"
¢s...::F
?5, ;, '
iif

a
garamozint
cqLcure

l ALSO
Pafheicue
OiN 1111 "iA 4AGA
"A Vaudeville Surprise"
THURS.-GARDEN OF MELODY

A Or
'at. IY
tiA ours
10.
1= m
I = Most college men
j = could pass a course
in good style with-
-~ out cracking a
Men's and young Men's bo hyhv
E = an instinctive flair
~ SUTS OPCO TS ATS 1 -for appearing
r=- smartly groomed
CAPS and FURNISHINGS .wihuap
o pearing fussily
b "dressed up."
SUITS and TOPCOATS -'we've majored in college style for a
At 1-, 1-, 1- offlong time. We've studied the college
m A 1-41-391-.2offman's discriminating tastes. That's why
-- vcre featuring
.FURNISHINGS -
At 1-4 off KUPNEIE°N
m Mas-ten &Chase
1 aana M's L0^ C oi !_-v 1 % 4.-C

...,

r-

14

L

EAIaP 2ET

When you think; of your typewriter needs Think of Rider's Pen Shop
where you have always had service.

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan