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The Wolverine, 1920-07-01

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T.UDENT NEWSPAPER OF THE SUMMER
OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
Tuesday, Thursday,- and Saturday Afternoons.
Ann Arbor Press Building, Maynard Street.
hones: Business, 96o; Editorial, 2414.
Managing Editor, i:oo to 2 oo o'clock daily, except
iy; Business Manager, i:oo to 2 :oo o'clock
daily, except Saturday.
ons~not to exceed oo words, if signed, the signatures
to be published' in print, but as an evidence of
ces of events will be published in The Wolverine
n of the Editor, if left or maltled to the office.
3mmniucations will receive- no consideration. No
A be returned unless the writer encloses postage.
ne does not necessarily endorse the sentiments ex-
comrunications.
W. SARGENT, Jr.............Managing Editor,
Phone 2414 or 129.
HILLLERY..................Business Manager
Phone 960

HURSDAY, JULY 1, 1920
ESIDENT HUTCHINS
day loses the active presence 'of one
t friends in the termination, of Presi-
irns Hutchins'.period of office It is
ew of us do not deeply feel. ro us
tion has always stood for the highest
1 from an executive and a p rsonal
go Harry Burns Hutchins consented
lporary office of President, then made
resignation of the beloved Dr: Angell.
he was urged, and finally persuaded,
>ffide for a longer period of time, not,
re he was assured that a new presi-
sought to take his place. His admin-
that time on was of such a high char-
University has been loathe to lose his
ally, however, at the repeated request
lutchins, his resignation has been ac-
y that resignation goes into effect, and
Hutchins turns. over the Presidents'

great; but there is a great man .at the helm. To
President 'Burton is given a fourth phase through.
which to bring Michigan, succeeding in which he
will go'down into'history as one of the University's
greatest executives.
ATTEND THE RECEPTION
Every student of thei 'Summer Session should
avail himself of the opportunity to meet President
and Mrs. Burton at their reception Friday after-
noon in Alumni Memorial hall. Not only does the
student owe it to President Burton, who should be
greeted by every individual in the Summer Session
at this first public reception, but he also.owes it to
himself. It has been said that such meetings as
these with the intellectuals of the University are the
things that make college life worth while,-are the
-principal ways in which the student improves him-
self. Thef are, opportunities seldom given to the
average person, and when they are offered, they are
hardly to be overlooked. It is one of these rare
chances that presents itself tomorrow at the invita-
tion of the new executive and his wife ; a privilege
that comes within a day after his entrance upon his
duties. As one of the peers of American education
' and as a man who will guide the destinies of the
,Univetsity for years to come, President Burton
stands out as a character well worth knowing. a man
Iwho commands the adm*ation and respect of all.,
'or anyone to pass by this opportunity-a chance
.to meet and shake hands with one of the leading
educators of the country and his wife-would be the
'greatest folly, and a mistake which few Michigan
students will make.
Read THE WOLVERINE ads; the business manager
wants to be appreciated.
First rep6rts from Camp Davis tell of cool swims
in the adjacent lake. We almost didn't print it.
but we thought the contrast might do the read-
er-s some' goodl.
Editorial Comment
A PUBLIC SERVANT'S REWARD
On Saturday night a 'man came into 7The Tribimex
newsrooms. He was about 55 years old. He looked
70. His shoulders were rounded and stQoped. His
Bair Was thin and gray. His face was drawn and
hauntingly eager.
"There's been a wreck on the Elgin electric," he
said. "I've made some -snapshots of it. I brought
them' with ipe. And I thought I might give you
some details. Mybrother wasope of the victims.
'It's' been a 'pretty badt experience for me--"
'His -voice began weakly to trail off into halting
syllables.
"You'-l have to excuse me,' he said, in confusion.
He was very pale. "My head aches. There's a
pain shootingIe put his hand to his bosom
and slid down in his chair.
He didn't weigh much. A couple of reporters
carried him into another room and laid him on a
table. A physician was called. The sick man re-
vived. The physician made a quick diagnosis. k
"You've got apoplexy," hesa-"Yuv okd
too, hard. You're not old, but you've made your
body pay too much for what you've got out of life.
The only way you can save yourself is to stop work
and rest. If you don't rest another attack will
be the end."
"I don't think I can do that."; The sick man's
voice was little better than a whisper. His words
came heavily. "I have to keep going. If I stop
work-well, my pay stops."
- The physician's eyes narrowed. "What kind of a,
place do you work in ?" he asked.
"I work,"*said the, other, painfully.."in the-
ita the Ujnited States postoffice." - The Chicago
Tribune.

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en years' work is hardly
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t time. The new library,
ing, the Michigan Union,
tiring efforts of this man.
terized by a total loss of
University of Mlichigan.
been the. keynote of his
ties. To the outside world
did type of college presi-
She~ has' stood as a fi rfn
er. e has, through the
Union, made our Univer-
ocratic institutions in the

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or small.
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Resources, $4,750,000.00
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>RESIIENT BURTON'S WORK
is a great day for Michigan. Today Michi-
w president, Dr. Marion L. Burton, takes
President Hutchins has left his chair; has
o the ranks'of former presidents; he has
ay to a younger man. One of Amierica's
educators has come to succeed the retiring
e. This man's record at Smith, and at Min-
>oth of which are large and flourishing in-
s, point toward greater success here. What
has already done in Ann Arbor stamp him
at man. His speeches have been full" of'
spirit, and progress, and with many more
spend here, he has come to Michigan to
the interests of the University and to add
irels to his genius.
e him lies a hard path. Even to equal the
Tappan, the founder, Angell, the builder,
chins, the organizer, would be the highest
achievement,-a thing of which President
:ould well be proud. Through three differ-
ods of University life, his predecessors
he University triumphantly. To live up to
:vements and traditions of his predecessors
real task-one which Dr. Burton will un-
y do most successfully.
has a much more difficult work than living
aditions and equalling the work of others.
e manly things to be done to maintain Mich-
:anding of previous years; many more to
:ed, before it' can advance to the supreme
of American universities. The present is
>d of reconstruction, which brings with it
anges and many advances. Within the Uni-
here are various things to be instituted and
e away with. If the beliefs'of some of the'
>rofessors are true, then Michigan needs a
f spirit, a push toward progress. To instill
- spirit into the University, to bring it to
hings, to secure for it new buildings and
ds, and to raise its scholastic standing are
he problems which confront President Bur-
he succeeds in solving one or all of them,
erit a large place in the hearts of all.Michi-
and' women; he will deserve as much credit
edecessors. The problems are many and

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There is one thing that I want to impress on the
,perusers of this here colyum right now, all three
of you. I mean. This is she: a daily bit of drool'
such as this cannot be concocted without a modicum
of 'assistance from you, sweet reader, and all your
cohorts. I need aid and abetting in all departpetits.
I will answer all questions applying to love and mar-
riage or any other summer complaints, and will also
do it in 'private if you will but enclose a quire of
envelopes and two books of stamps. Please- take
this to heart and be a contrib because I suffer from
the hot weather as much as you do.
Somehow IJhardly
Think it's right
When leaving
Just to say good-night.
-udge.

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Prof. A. E. Wood has announced
that Sociology 29 will meet in room,
162 of the Natural Science building in-
,stead of 203 Economics building.
Subscriptions to The Wolverine, per!
summer session, $1.00.

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