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June 28, 1921 - Image 2

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The Wolverine, 1921-06-28

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THE WO

LVERiNE

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ideal

government measures which were designed fr the{
good of all.
What rankles most in the breast of the average
American, in this respect, is to hear how patents
are so manipulated as to give the clever patentee
control offer the distribution of a hundred and one
other things lie never invented. Concerns may do
th'is in numerous ways, one of the best-known be-
ing ;to tying out a new miner part jst before the
expiration. of the patent term.
In essence our patent is a privilege granted by
the people. Apparently. under our present laws the
license is unnecessarily large and the, time has
come; for legislation which will 'safe-guard the in-
vcntor withoult allowing him or his employer to
hold up the public..
WELCOME, ALUMNI!
NMichigan seniors,, intent on the pleasures and du-
tie's of Comrmencemient wee, the last week. they
1spend as undergraduates of the University of Mich-
igan, extend the' hand of wbcomie to the many
miembers of the Alumni who are back in An Ar-
bor to renew the old ties with the University
Many of the alumni return to strange scenes, the
campus, and surroundings hake changed greatly in
the east few years; to those who havelbeen in far
countries, it is a new Michigan,' at least on =the sur-
face. "'ai, tundernileat:h, there' is nothing new, that
impcrt'ant 'anid indefinable something - Michigan
spirit - has not' changed, and though the campus
miay present a new face the really essential ele-
ments have not ;changed, and will ,not, as long as
Michigan holds" the 'proud position she now does.
fMichigan pis proud to welcome back these many''
thiousands, who-make 'up the trute Michigani' and
a~re the real membilers of the University.
EAS'tERN PH-ILOSOPHY
"To establish a state university would matre the
attainment o f higher';training possible for those
without, the proper 'mental qualifications - which
is 'not justifiable to our educational system" reads
A recent. editorial "E~ndowed vs. State Institu-
tions" in the Harvard Crimson.
Could any argumnent disclose a more selfish, a
.more bigoted, a more :typically "eastern" point of
view? Common judgment in the Middle W~est
holds that the very purpose of state universities is
to baring higher training within reach of all who
have the energy and amtbition to secure it- to- give
mean 'who, through 'no' fault 'of their own, are not
financed for the advantages which accrue to their
more wealthy brothers, the opportunity to use their
faqulties to their fullest power by hving them
trained. That the state profits by developing its
humitan resource has always been a maxim.
"_Tle fetish of size in education is fatal" the edi-
4orial declares. Thcn the Whole :system of state
universities~ in -the Middle West is a failure, and
the only salvation for our wrecked youth is to dis-
solve that system into small units such as endowed
institutions'?
"TFhe idea that colleges are for all is- impossible.
Thousands would' not know what to do if they had
the benefits of expensive higher training" the editor
continues. Wye are the last to advocate that the
state should aplplyt its taxes toward establishing a
field where indolent "incapables" may sit [ 'four
years. waiting like a watermelon to get ripe. Buit are
not those who "without the proper mental qualifi-
cations" automatically weeded out.
1 Glance at the list of freshmen that dropi out the
first semester of each year. Dpes the editor aver
that .he can judge who will and who will not be
capable of digesting and be benefited bly "college
education? Should financial standing be the basis
for determining "mental qualifications"? These
questions' arise quite naturally from the 'Harvard
editor's discussion.--D. F. L. in The Daily llin.

STIJ1ENT PU'BiaCAT1ION 11(D:'E
Arch D. Mc~onald, '221, h-a beei
appointed by President Marion TL. Bur--
topn to fill a vacanucy on the 1Board in
Contrel of Student Publications caus~ed
by the resignation of _Hugh W, 'Hfitch-
cock, '22. Hitchcockc has been ap point-
ecd assistant editor ofj T'-e Daiily and it
is impossible for him to hoild both po-
sitions.

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thain you think-and any
work-we can readily shoe
AutograLphic Koda kS
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$6.00 Per Wee-2 Mecls
HOME CO(M
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Cuteous and satisfactory
TREiLATMAENT toL verycust~om-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The An Arbor Savings Pauk
Incor-porated 1869
C,,10ital and Surplus ";,ltll3! 11O6
Resor ces........; O ,3D)tl
707 North Univ ersity Ave.
Northw.est. Cor. lain & Huron
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Preferred By 'Student
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TRY TOTTLES

Keep Cool:
Step into one of our Palm
Suits today 'and~ forgetI
hot weather; priced
$15 to $25

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On Maynard Street, 1-2' Bock South

'of Majesic Theatre

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than six score
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a senie of tval-
alppreciatiotn of
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lot be ready Ivto
is the tUniver-

NALILE R
AN D
FULL E
STATE STREET
$- buys a brand
$SOnew Corona
portable type-
writer. Other makes
at attractive prices.,
See us before you buy.
TYPEWRITERS
of leading mnakes bou ght, sold,
rented,' exchanged, cleaned and
repaired.
0. DMORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade
HIGH CLASS FOOD
Served at CH UBB'S
on State St. ,opposite Lane H all

W EBELIEVE you
bank. And a
like better .

Farmers& Mechanics Bank
_ 101-105 5O. RMAIN STRE-- ET330 5E0. STATE STREET
(Niacels' Arcade)
Member of the Federal Reserve
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DON LD ON
711 NORTH UNIV'TY AVE.

Smithereens

rent from the life
ago that any mran
o fell asleep a cen-
veil believe himself
miy come to today.
-lht have altered inl-
an Important part
Jor indlirectW t race-
Ios Which have so
ice rely reret what
c present ag'e. They
I leisutre which they
,before the rush of
e world off its feet
n faster methods of
On thec other hand1(
fly believe that the
ace in which to live
itnt iic discover ies
S o prevalent are
n another ag;e have
at we seldoll tlli; k
yes are madle more
aluable. -Occasionl-
ije recalls to mind

Colitillr.Colltndcing 'I
(W ritten exercises every Tuesday, Th~ursday,
a nd Sa<tulrday morning, room :X, Press 13'ilding
Three hours discredit.),
M orley turns a tricky trope,.
B . IL. T., God rest him,
01n col. conducting had the dope -
Nobody could best him.s
Adcamls wr-ing-s a wicked rhyme
From na 1pestic mazes-
I'm for these boys every time,
Loud I hiyi their praises.
Could I love another prof
As I treasure this gang,
Think you at my texts I'd scoff,
Or dally with the "Whizz-Bang?"
Here's the dope - perhaps you've guessed -
Youl whlo arc deducting-
I'ni electing all the best
Profs, in col -- conducting

(INC.)
RANDOLPH AND .WABASH
k CHICAGO
COLLEGE DEPARTMENT

READY TO WEAR CLOT
S H OES. IMPORTED.
DOMESTIC HABERDAlS
HATS AND C

I.

We desire to announce the removal of our Ann Arbor show-roam to
308 So. State' Street. 'We have secured a fine, large, light suite of rooms on
the second floor, directly above Elmer's College Inn, where we feel sure you
will find the atmosphere surrounding our exhibit much more pleasant than in
our old location.
~ ,We are- further greatly pleased 'to announce that Mr. Jas. H., Clarke,
'1,has been placed permanently in charge of our Ann Arboir branch and that
the will keep open all summer.
A. STARR BEST, INC.

A chiap capsized the other day,a
While,1up the river canoeing -
He say slhe got excited, 'cause
HIe saw- a storm was brew~ing!
third deg ree,"'' nurmiurd Prexy, as
)ut the Ph.D. diploma.

he

SMITH.

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