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T'IJESD4AY, AJA .~1527

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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PROMINENT GRAOU TFPd

Advies rchtecuralStuentsm in the architectural profession
A d fi eP r ch ic t u r al S t ud en t sj od y b tXhe g in a dlh e ol - ments are rather spiritual than ma- 1

fibres of the spirit.1
The man who succeeds in any
branch of architectural practice and
writes his naine clear in the annals
of the profession is the man of cour-
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P 1r V' TUF?IV F

DIS F ERTOIIS(Cont inued from Page rTwuo) n ay be, and appeals t the mnob. They;
flybuthc. ';sthesocity f sim-? hve earnd al te frmsandfor-
Dr. Arnold L. Jacoby, 1111, Formerly!fiers in cle ar and limpid wraters and! muiae and use and apply them ruth-
Meni4eir of Faculty, Ilies In ;these swimme. u crs ever or as long as, les =sly . fIley know and( play upon
Springfield, Mas.j neeedstretc h out the helping hand.Ulo;) p2Y!hology but. they never gain
Whtaethe ideals in the ininds t.he.:('cl eet of the really knowing. G
QUNDED DE1J OI !~ljl of those asking the qnlestion:- ? These ;Is Ithe ideal to add sonmethinig to
"________ ill (letermi "nte the forms of the gt'-o1hesup n of hurn-Ut achievemient ; to
Dr. Arnold L. Jacoby, '11M, direr- eal]Ppitoi hc iea heavac tllar s1etisnd f
to of heReorers out yshof0 my head. Is the idleal to0 make J. ractiee e; to increase the living joy1
moneyteReore'scor pin - °,sell' and[ others ? The spirit which
pathi clinic of Detroit, died at the The En wh:11',lr 'ollow fthat ideal in : ldlas that ideal is sensitively housed
Springfield, Mass., hospital Saturday other It:,rads ?od alliig cultivate ' and shrinaks under rebuffs and misin-
o f peritonitis, D r. Jacoby w as enr ute a t ik;ii jg w t n ~ r l y e p e a io f m t v s u t i
I lgnor3 et hical iao-I or are );.nor- courag~eous and alt ,r each inmmersion
to the East where he was to lecture1 ant of them; thn first of self' and! rises smiling and ,,t times refreshed.
and to attend to some business mat- last of the rt'wh,:ich1 should he inloic i That spir it is just as sensitive to ap-
t r " in arebif e atlre.', ,:. . give as little; preciation as to misapprfehenision, andl
For a long time Dr. Jacoby, who of spirital vahie as thev take: in weighs the value and effects of me n
received his A. B. from tile University; of pelf'; the.ir work is eomimonulace,' equally and with equanimity. ThereI
in 1907, was an assistant in the phy-I however elabora<-te, nd 'ese it is a place for the man of su-;ch ideal-
siology department here,, later being ; - - --~-----~~- --- __
appointed assistant physiologist at.
the state psychopathic hospital and
an instructor in the medlical school.
More recently he has held various
positions in Detroit in addition to his- '
work at the court.R
The Detroit clinic was established
by Dr. Jacoby in 1921 under great -. .
difficulty, but he soon won the confi-
deuce and aprobation of the officials. C "..
liy reputation assumed national pro-
portions and hre was in demand as a, "
,speakwer on. various occasionsa. HISis :. '"
work dealt for the most part wich
criminals, and he was often, consulted '
in Detroit by men from all over the
country. At the time of his death:
he was writing a book on the crim-
inal mind, containing a compilation',m S
of cases which ihe believed would be,
a substantial contribution to the
science.
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term i. A grain of the practical mixed I
with the idealism will ward off star-'
vation of body and strengthen the 1

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Dember 7th, 23250

fear Sir.
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During the time prices are changing, we can cover,
at leat, twenty five customers out of' town on the Long -
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Comedy, S'pice and Wisd.om7

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