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IDARD OUSTS THREE
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police, theater proprietors, or fI
faculty will avail without united!
student co)operation. There must
be a complete repudiation of the
thoroughly vicious tradition which
links athletic victories with law-
lessness.- The present situation is

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- intolerable. It is bad for athletics,
(Continued From Page 2) ' expensive for property owners and
name of the University and a dis- I fraught with serious danger to the
grace to its student body. l bodily safety of hundreds of peo-
It is fortunate that the damage: ple. Leaders of student sentiment,
in this particular instance was nol heads of campus organizations, all
greater than it, was. The property 'cnheltoceeamrewl-
injury can be'repaired and without canmepstaeofcreeligaoewhe-
loss to the owners if the students smetateoeligaou h
feel their joint responsibility in the Commend daily Attitude
matter.. We think they will. The
establishment of the fund to re-' We highly commend the attitude
imburse property owners for losses and expressions of The Daily in
is wholly to be commended. For- this regard. The primary rrespons-
tunately President Little was ableJ ibility' rests upon the individual
to bring hostilities to a -halt by I members of the. student body. it
taking those arrested into his own takes numbers to make a mob.
custody and. assuming respons- Without spectators, students do)
ibility for them.,- If that particularI not wreck buildings or assault

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piece of good luck had niot occur-
ed, there might, have been conse-I
quences which are dreadful to con-
template.
A repitition of such an occurrange
can only be prevented by the stu-
dent body itself. No precautions by

policemen. Without those who I
come to see, those who are there
to do will find theater rushing
dreary business. The best way, toI
avoid riots, as well as a great many j-
other difficulties, is for everyone to
attend strictly to his own business.~

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'.SITUATION AS THIS.
BUT TM EN, W E'RE
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RESIST ANYTHING
BUT TEMPTATION.

H as an Oportunity for Executives
with College Trainin
What other College'
Men have done with"
KRESGE'S i
"In 1918 1 graduated from Ripon College, having -
.,mjored in chemistry. After following my ;profession
,.several year-s I concluded that sty personal advance-
Went was limited. In 19231- entered the employ of
the S. S. Kresge Company, worked hard and many ~r
long hours, but today, as manager of a new store, Ir .fiIL
.,am proud of my ,membership in the great Kresge
OriganizatioU. My future is unlimited."
An Illinois Wesleyan University graduate, class .of
1915, "says: "My eiorts with the Kresge Company
have been amply repaid and now, as store manager,
I Ifel uelt atansuren wh g vehat es anyts tothanes e om an hoil gives d sa pontd.iW E W ATbest o o w wi h K eort. e re no o er
* * ating 510 stores and are opening new stores at .the rate of 75 to 80 a
year; -thus crearing opportunities for men wvho join our organization..
One of the many successful Kresge store managers 'fie offer to train college grrduates to be the kind of mnen we need
is a graduate of the Uniiversity of llinois class of so that they may reach the kind of positions they .desire..*
1920. His advice to ambitious young college gradu- If you have ,a trained mind and a wvell -rounded personality, you
ates is: '.Prepare yourself now for future success, possess the first two reqluisites. If you are willing to work hard, to
:Cast your lot with the Kresge Company." learn the details of every phase of store management and to start at
the bottom on a small salary, we may very possibly do business
* * together. For the reward is well worth the earning. To those who
follow out the Kresge training plan, we offer store managers' positions
A graduate of the Ohio State Uni--ersity writes: "I paying very attractive salaries.
am not boasting of my success .a,, a manager of a It's like having a busi-ness of you~r own, plus the added opportunities
Kresge Store, but I know that financially I am far in a corporation with $150,000,000 sales _annually.
ahead of most of my college pals. A rrcn's ability A Kresge representative, possibly a graduate from your own college,
fa ,prac~tically -the only thing limiting hiti success." wvill be sent to tell you personally of the opportunities with Kresge
if you write our Personnel Department.
PERSONNEL DEPT, 3
.Aurgo successful store manager,, a graduate of
..mna~m University says: "The young men of today * S S K R E sG EC
who~c are willing to begin at ;the ,bottom and work

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same millions the pans
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cold Coca-Cola. Itst
delicious taste and cool aftej
of refreshment have proved
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a big rest any time.
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