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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, IJZ"

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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FRIDAY NOV~13ER 0, 198 THE M.CHIAN..... P.

"RELIGION IS MOST IMPORTANT 'THING IN LIFE,"
EDUCATON PROFESSOR TELLS CAMPUS FORUM
"Religion can easily be conceivedI continued Professor McCluskey. vital missing. The ordinary life'
as the most important thing in "There' is implied by any interest of today is smug, complacent and
life," said Prof. Howard Y. Mc- in religion that a person is display- thoroughly mediocre, since it has
Cluskey of the School of Education, ing his immature or adolescent no impelling force or impetus to
in speaking to the campus forum views, and most people usually take it from its low level.
vesterday on "Religion Without evade or confuse the issue, or dis- "People seem always to be trying
Life." credit it entirely." to get away from life and yet never
"In certain scientific fields, es- Professor McCluskey went on to really succeed, because the methods
pecially in the social sciences, it is say that in the kind of life that they use merely avert life and do
the fashon, to sneer at religion,", most of us live there is something not avoid it," he said.
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WITH THE BIG
DIS..PLAY
The season 's newest woolens

NEW INTRAMURAL POOL QUICKLY BECOMES POPULAR
Michigan's new pool in the In- emanating from there. Though no
tramural building is proving to be count of the users of the new facili-'
qutepou gihmnsuet ties has been taken since its open-
'quie ppulr wth en tudntsing Wednesday morning, the num-'
on the campus, according to reports ber is said to be large.
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You Would B Surprised
At The Trans'formnationl
Slip into one of these "newer type"
overcoats. Beautiful blue kersey and
wursted curl materials. Single or
double breasted 48 and 50inches
long.
Our Holiday tine of
Silk and Wool Hose ... English Square
Scarfs .. - anson Gfpves.. with matey
novelties in Shirtings and Pajamas and
Brocaded Silk Dressings Gowns,
Is Now Open for Your Inspection
Horsehide, Suede and Slicker Lined Cord Coats
Conin and Wetherbe

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They're hand-tailored to our own
specifications ; they're taioredl from
the best quality woolens; they ex-
press the latest style effects; the
colors and weaves are new ;and all
suits have two pants with one-pant
prices-and b est of all, they fit ex-
ceptoinally well. For these reasons
we are selling more and more of
Michigan's young men Adler Col-
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