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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE

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NSITION" THEMEO
AUREATE ADDRES

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of unusual native endowments. No
doubt, these and other equally obvious
factors enter into the situation.
There is some.thing, however, which
gives to all of it a note of charm and,
solemnity. These days are crowded
full with joyous events, but just aheadI
are aays of change, uncertainty and
adventure. Life inevitably throws
back into these scenes its disturbing
note of warning and challenge.
Real Test Ahead
The thing that gives peculiar effect
to all of our exercises has more of a
forward than a backward look. The
race is to be run. The possibilities
of a real world are beckoning. The
period of preparation is over. Strange
and trying possibilities are just aroundt
the turn in the road. We naturally
pause to bidxyou Good-speed and wish
you well. Next to your own' parents,
no one can be so concerned for your
welfare as those who have taught you
here and now send you forth to meas-
ure your strength.
"You have experienced changes be-
fore. If you have shared the exper-

Can't Start at Top
Some of you will want to
start at the top. You will learn speed-
ily that the world in general does not
take you as seriously as you will be
inclined to take yourselves nor does
it think that you have reached your
full maturity."
At this point President Burton re-
lated an illustrative incident of his
own experience during a voyage in
the Mediterranean sea. Passengers
on the ship were compelled to dis-
'embark after a storm on a dark night,
in small boats which were reached by
i descending a ladder on the ship's
side.
"You must keep your balance," con-
tinued the speaker. "One mis-step
will send you plunging to disaster. ...
It will require poise. . . . You must
never forget that the world has a deal
of cofidence in your new notions and
schemes. . . Do not misundertsand
me. Nothing is so potent as youth if
it is well balanced.... The real dang-
er which confronts your generation is
that it may lose its balance and take
the plunge. Sometimes this proced-
ure may be necessary. As a rule and
in the long run even a ladder is more
effective for everybody concerned.
Injustice Rampant
Large groups of people have lost
their balance and psychology is con-

lived here,
you have bee
intelletuaT 1
reness. . .
adjust yours
communities
America? Ii
wered that
der all cirsu
new conditio
alize your id
Tran
"There ar
ever, in ada
things easily
transplanting
cellent illust
not only tes

You cannot be there what ability but it tampers wlth its very
en here. . . . You my face life."
loneliness and social bar- President Burton ointed out the no-
low are you going to re- cessity of taking 7.isk courageously.
clf to some of the meagre To be certain of the outcon of a
-and "main streets" of venture be said, is .mposs(le, and only
n general, it may be ans- steodfast courage will suffice to for-
life everywhere and un- tify th enovice in his struggle.
imstances adjusts itself to In concluding, the speaker reminded
ns.. . . You must natur- graduates .that if the tests of transi-
deas. tion seem unendurable, they should
sition Dangerous remember that during the course of
e serious dangers, how- history, that the "severest tests have
ptibility. Some precious come to those who in a superlative
y may be lost. . . . The sense have lived deeply and richly."
g of a tree affords an ex- ___
ration of this truth. It W . -L 41,zl1 Am.-.

)WN(R ( II)Cl(H] STHU.R
-NSM BE 'NOT ANM)UFCED
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this department in the history of the
islands. Mr. Worcester has also dis-
covered the remains of aboriginal
Philippi nos.
The resignation of Prof. NW. L. Mig-
get, superintendent of the engineering
shops for the past 14 years, was ac-
cepted.
Gilbert Doan, assistant librarian of
the University of Arizona, was ap-
pointed to succeed Frederick Jordan,
assistant librarian, resigned.
The Regents gave their approval to
the conferring of diplomas upon the
1,700 seniors of the schools and col-
leges.

Announcement of the acceptance of
a gift of $30,000 by an unnamed don-
or, to he used for an anthropological
exabra ion In the Philippines, was
madeo following the moting of thej
Board of loautr7s Friday. i\ml)Prs

1s its1 vlity111.^and . n ap
Is its vitality wnd adaPt-

a c e a uding program
The Summer Daily.-Adv.

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Convenient and dependable connections at Toledo with all lines
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TRY IT ON YOUR NEXT TRIP
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ilne age. disoe:red he remins of
a cult nre in tho hili pines which Subscribe today for The Summer
antedates any of the records made in l Michigan Daily.-Adv.
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VISITING ALUMNI AND
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iences of many Americans, you have "tagious. No one desires to gloss over
vivid recollections of the time when ;the defects of civilization. Injustice
your family moved and you found s rampant. Literally millions of peo-
yourself in a totally new world. You ple today have not been given a fair
yearned for your old playmates and chance at life. It is difficult to be
your familiar haunts . . . . Later you patient in achieving social progress.

left home and came to this University.
. So the years now gone, in a sense,
have prepared you for the transition
from the University to the work of the
world. It will probably be the most
significant change in your life. Tran-
sitifo means "going across." You are
leaving the place where as seniors you
have been the leading citizens of your
community to go to a world where
you must begin anew. It is a genuine
commencement.

simply cannot live there as you have
On this continent, however, we have
set up a government and established
regular methods for the expression of
our opinions for the administration of
justice. . . . Evolution not revolution
is the method of nature and science
and civilization.
"You- can take various attitudes to
this new situation. . . . Of one thing
you may be sure, the world to which
you go will test your adaptability. You

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the personality of the one you
wish to remember.
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MISCELLANEOUS
A PEN purchased of Rider the Pen
Specialist, is worth double. The most
reliable pens plus service (satisfac-
tion) which is of equal value. Your
name embossed free on every pen
purchased. Rider's Pen Shops. 2-3
GRADUATION Gifts-A Rider "Mast-
erpen"l or an "Eversharp" set; con-
stant reminders of the giver. Back-
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State.-3
TYPEWRITERS of standard makes
bought, gold, rented, cleaned and re-
paired. 0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels'
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BUY YOUR Fountain Pen from O. D.
Morrill, 17 Nickels' Arcade, and
have your name embossed free of
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FOUND-That I can get skilled work.
and quick service at Rider's Pen
Shop. 2-3
FOR SALE
FOR SALE- Brick house, 12 large
rooms, oak finish; lot 132 by 150'
feet; near campus and street car
lines. Flowers, fruit, and shrubbery.
Suitable for fraternity or sorority.
Phone 1411-R. 1136 Prospect Ave. 3

WANTED
WANTED-In the past we have emg-
ployed college men in our factory
during the summer vacation. We are
prepared to offer positions as as-I
semblers and machine operators to
fifty qualified college merl for the
present summer. Apply either in
person or by letter stating qualifica-
tions to C. M. Dotterrer, Supervisor
of Labor, Paige-Detroit Motor Car
CQ., Detroit. 2- I
WANTED-I want a real live civil en-
gineering student that wants to
take off his coat and go to work and
learn the construction business from
the contractor's end. Must be back-
ed by substantial cash capital. Ad-
dress Box S. S., care Daily. 1-3
FOR RENT
FOR RENT - Doctor's and Dentist's
suite of offices-splendid location in
large eastern Detroit section, prac-
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physician. No dentist in section con-
taining 8,000 people. Beautiful of-
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Bates, care of American State Bank,,
Detroit. 1-3
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and three rooms; newly decorated
front suite and parlor. 2581-R. 502
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