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ALUMNI RELATIONS ARE -FLAYED -
BY LITTLE IN DETROIT ADDRESS I American Rug Cleaning Works
wUrging mor e than 500 mren, and preached in a constructive and "3m Rugs and Carpets
;,.vomn gadutesof heUniversity to aginative way"
^,otaen eduat ers ly.12 months He characterized t hx e ordinary(( Cleaned-Sized-Re paired
a year rathrer than only during the method of approach employed by in 1032 Green S. Phone 8115
football season, and blaming educa-iistitutions of higher education as ┬░an lJ
Ilemotional, hysterical, drive for bigger
tional institutions, for the most in- and busier endowment funds which is s
suiting relationship'existing in Amer completed with sighs of relief from TYPESW ZW NZZS
ica today-that between universities all par ties concerned.1
and their alumni," President Clar- "In twit ways this approach is SEE
once Cook ittle addressed the third wrong," the President continued;fo
annual banquet of the University of "First it is blind giving, it does not RIDER fo R OYA LS
Michigan club in "Detroit given in lis ask for understanding, nor does it
honor Friday night. The meeting was make any attempt to explain itself inf The Fastest Selling, Most Up-to-Date Portable
held in the B3cok-Cadillac hotel. Mrs. a friendly fashion." Secondly, the
Little, who was to have been guest of President asserted, this approach is i On the M a ket.
hionor, was unable to be present, wrong because it assumes that the
The President gave several reasons alumnu:3 is a mere check writer and VAV II RJED DE LE
why he thinks universities insult their takes for granted that he is not a
former alumni and alumnae, not "once, human being.
but many times. "I know a number i "So alumni have ignored these ap y4
of university presidents," he said, peals, for money insofar as they were
"who honestly think that the less they ,able, and have taken their fun at
see of alumni of their institution the athletic contests, because there ,theyI
better .for everyone concerned. They have found a spiritual relationshipW
tolerate the presence of men and with the student body which is will-1
women who want to come back for ing at such contests that the obI_______________
athletic contests, but they are blindly .timers may yet be young in spirits."
convinced that these people can con--
tribute nothing, to education. UIEST FTXS ui
"I do not- feel that way," hercon-1 from 38,000 alumni are being solicit-
't n e , " a o vn e h t t e e y - al f n a n w u i n h rd ' have great potentialities for interest. ing, In, order to reach each one, j
I believe that they have not done letters: were mailed to 21 foreign
more because they ha.ve not been ap- countries.4
LET US HELP YIOU TO CHOOSE ~VsIr~
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By GEORGE 'BERNARD SHAW RS
O0riginal New York Produ~ction and I~j flS SIOUIL(~II(E
Costumes! Nights 50c "to '$1.50
Suces! NW OR - ONONWed. and Sat.=Matinees 50c 'to'100
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An Arnazi N arrative ref the NAVY
and the .Ports of Far-Off Pla6es !

1111 UILIInU U RE32E 4 %l11

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