SATURDAY, 7iARCFT 10, Vi-218
1 HE MICHIGAN DAILY
r- PAGE PHIZ.N A
SATURDAY, MARCH 1 u. 1928 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE T11RE~
WER RAD ATE HA E N ED F SIRIUAL NEW LIBRARIAN ARRIJES the Natural Science building to itsI
new qcuart ers in the old hospital heat-
lisElen Hoffmnrc(ently p-sin"plant.
1 ( ~t1X iid( n~i ~vio h. ~ SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY.-Jn -an
forestry library i to be est ablished a4rg undergraduate, all seniors at
31I. Lyle Spencer Urges I l fn1,ii rCQacter, w~ithouit which thereca e no i thej r1oomUs tolbe vac'ate'd by the re- Syracuse university must pasa toni-
iie "Values TolBe Found In true education.,' he concluded, muoval of timber tetig equipti n rehen s i'Clf~v, English examination.
TMEWRITING and IM
a specialty for
5rvice, Experiencedl Oper-
Arcade. Phone 6615:
"Tliings Of The Slir'it"
IS WELL-KNOWN EDUCATOR
"Knowledge of the things of the
spirit is one of the esentials of und-
ergraduate education,' declared Dr. M.'
Lyle Specr, noted educator, uponi
assuming the presidency of the Itni-
versity of Washington.
"Value does not reside," continuledl
Dr. Spencer, "In the mere act of mak-
ing a living, in eating, drinking, hous-
ing ourselves comfortably, and in se-a
curing monetary gain. The highest
values are in the things of the spirit.
We work in order to have leisure; and
accordIing as we spend that leisure,
we have our purest pleasures andl our
greatest happiness in life, for it is inj
our leisure hours that we enjoy mosth
fully our spiritual possessions. - We"
needl education, therefore, for avo-
cation, for the mental horizons that
give breadth of visions and richness,
of life. History, philosophy' 4.lid the
social sciences share in acquainting
the student with the development and~
life in society and with systems of
human thought, " constituting, theire-
fore, an essential p~art of a liberal edu-
"In like .manner," said Dr. Spencer.
"the fine arts cultivate love for'
beauty. And if these arts are neglect-
edl in liberal training, students will
not have opportunity for the enrich-
ment of their lives."
Further urging the importance of
things 'spiritual, Dr. Spencer main-
tained that, "In these facts and con-
(clusions lies our heed for emphasis
on knowledge and appreciation of the
things of the spirit. Though a liberal
education is not materialistic, it is
nevertheless immensely praotical. It
enriches experience and builds char-I
P. B. HARDIN
218 East Baron Street
Oxfords. for Spring
in black. and tan calf
Wahr's Shoe Store!
EVERY TIME THEI CLOCK TICKS
OVER 900 CHE[STERFI[LDS
Over 50 thousand every minute
Over 3 million every hour
108 S. Main
CLASSIFIED. ADS PAY
Over 77 million every dlay.
AND over 28 billion last year
§SUCH POPULARITY MUST BE DESERVED
.-X14. CI1CA kEfTL-S
"' !425' .-A.,
is ..¢ y
LxccE'r'r & MYERS TOBACCO Co.,
- ,. ,.. ::
ti s ;ev 1 '
)-e ur Suit
Idoomwahl- G 'In
A Cash Discount of Ten Per Cent
Every Man on a Suit or I
Will Be Allowed
SIMPLY SHOW US
A CERTIFICATE OF LOSS IN THIS FIRE
AND YOU WILL BE ENTITLED TO THIS DISCOUNT
4~ d 4
/1 SO. STATE ST. AT WILLIAM ST.
KCAH-N TATI (IRTNfl CA1MPANV of iTrainanTlA i