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Saturday afternoons by the students i laugh some more. But if you see
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your feet happy -- Phone 762-L. "The Bible and Other Good Books,'
Malcolm McCormick-Asst. Mgr. was the title of a lecture given by
Phone 357. Prof. T. E. Rankin, Thursday evening,
JOHN H. LAMBERT . in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. The
613 E. Wi ams St. E. R. Burton, Acting Editor. first part of the lecture, which was a
Reporters. discussion of the difference between
CRoscoe Spencer. F. M. Church. the Bible and other books, will appear
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THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK C. S. Pryor. K. C. Haven. i In the second part of his lecture,
ANN ARBOR, MICH. C.S. Fliedner. Josephine Fellows.' Professor tankis looked at the Bible
Sal Bstsgad~sress~r'asoesil'iiEarl Grossman. 3. P. Thomasflroimsth~est'andpoint of she literary
SafeBanlngandCourteo , sretofour critic, applying to it the tests of such
3 per cent interest in our savings department I Nen as Matthew Ariold, Vctor Hugs,
John Ruskin, Wordsworth, Herbert
Do you want a position? DD you want a better posiilon? Spenser, and Shakespeare. III the
We may have just the place you are looking for. Let SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1912. I light of those tests, he found, that the
us know your wants; Then let us have your application. Bible may be said to have greatness
The Cibb Teachers' Agency, "Crabbing." in subject matter, greatness in meth-
175 Westminster Ave, Now comes the time when, with full ods of handling that matter, great
Detroit, MICH. steam up, class-room asignments come characters, depth of emotion, and
faster and harder, as if the honorable depth of thought; that it is, as Shakes-
gentlemen who hold the throttles were peare says, "No counterfeit, but the
DAVIS & flliverie vent on cur devoting every setond to very im a e of life indeed;" and that,
OHLl NGER feeding insatiable boilers with analys since it arouses pleasure in its read-
ed bugs, long words, or impossible ers, and since it appears to have been
translations. And now comes the produced with pleasure by its writers,
When time when every student of small suind it is a work of art.
When growlsaboutthe way he is overworked. The most accurate interpretations
Mind, we do not say he may not be. of the Bible, said Professor Rankin,
111 Prom)sed But the true sport, with a mind broad- have been made by English poets;
er- than a crack in a baseball park also, by virtue of its wide adoption
fence, doesn't "knock" his professor,-' by English speaking peoples, and be-
109 he laughs at him, laughs, and then cause of its greater iufluence over
E.Washington beats him at his own game, or else them than over any other modern
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