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TE oC. Reid... ........Telegraph Editor
Verne Burnett-.........,.Telegraph Editor3
E. P. Wright..................Sports Editor
J. C. B. Parker.........Assignment Editor
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Golda Ginsburg .............. Wonien's Editor
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SLOTTED THROAT RACKETS
Rackets Restrung In Three Days
State and Huron Streets
10 :30-Thoughts from Nietzsche;--I
The Superman, being first of three
addresses by Rev. R. S. Loring on
11:45-The Public Control of Mich-
igan's Water Power, address by Mr.
M. E. Osborne, before the Social
6:30--Mr. Geo. C. Claassen, law '17,
speaks on Law and the Masses be-
fore the Young People's Society.
NATION BUILDING AND WAR
"Nations are comparitively new in
human history. There were no na-
tions in the ancient world. Men were
grouped in empires, in races, as fol-
lowers of a religion, as clansmen ow-
ing allegiance to a chief, but not as
nations as we use the word. There
were no nations until the dream of a
universal political empire had passed
away; until the stately magnificence
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lamazoo Limited Cars- :48 a. M. and
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Kcal Cars, Westbound-6:12 a. nM., '7:5o a.
rnd every two hou-s to 7:50 p. n., 10:20
r2:20 a. in.
ha Ann Arbor Savings Bank
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esources over ....$3,000,000.00
Banking in all branches
lain Office, N. W. Corner Main
and Huron Sts.
ranch Office, 707 North Univ-
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Y. R. Althseler-------Circulation Manager
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C. T. Fishleigh . .Assistant Business Manager,
Leonard W. Nieter Earl Pardee
L. S. Thompson . L. Stadeker
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IT. A. Fitzgerald Cecil AndrewsI
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W. R. Atlas 'Frank Taber
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K. S. McColl L. W.aKennedy
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J. E. Campbell
SUNDAY, APRIL 30, 1916.
Night Editor.............Walter Atlas
of Rome had broken into a hundred
fragments. It was then and only then
that a new organizing force made it-
self felt in the thoughts and deeds of
A FINE LIST
men. The result is that from the time
of the death of Charlemagne to the
time ofthe present German emperor,
the history of the world is the history
of nation building and the by-products
of nation building. One war after an-
other is to be explained in terms of
a nation's definite purpose to possess
itself of a geographic unity as its
home. There has been by no means
equal care taken by the nation to es-
tablish and to protect an ethnic unity.
"This process of nation building has
gone on until the nation has come to
be conceived as an end in itself, as
superior to the law, to the conven-
tions of morality, and to the precepts
of religion. A form of patriotism has
been developed all over the world
which finds in the nation itself the
highest human end. The logical re-
sult, and indeed the almost necessary
result, of this type of thinking is the
war which is now creeping over the
world civilization and destroying it
with the pure pitilessness of an Al-
"This war is the nemesis of nation
building conceived as an end in t-
self. Unless a nation, like an indi-
vidual, have some purpose, some ideal,
some motive which lies outside of and
beyond self-interest and self-aggrand-
izement, war must continue on the
face of this earth until the day when
the last and strongest man. superb
in his mighty loneliness, shall look
out from a rock on the Carribean upon
a world that has been depopulated in
its pursuit of a false ideal, and be left
himself to die alone with none to
mourn or to bury him."
(From Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler's
recent address to the gentlemen of
The Associated Press.)
WIFE OF FORMER HOSPITAL
HEAD SEEKS COMPENSATION
A CANOE TRIP
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The long and imposing list of nom-
inees for Union offices appearing in
yesterday's Daily is the work of a
specially appointed committee. This
committee was made necessary by the
extraordinary lack of interest shown
by the student body in these nomina-
tions and elections. It is as absolutely
impartial as a human body can be, and
its nominations are made with the
best interests of the Union in view.
But these official nominations are
not exclusive. Good men may be over-
looked or the judgment of the nomin-
ating committee may be questioned. Be-
eause of these contingencies allow-]
ances have been made for putting any
name in nomination. If you know of
a good man, he can be entered in the
race by a petition signed by 25 Union
members, and filed with the recording
secretary before 9:00 A. M. of the
second Wednesday in May-that date
this year being May 10.
Council to Decide on Saloon Licenses,
The common council of Ann Arbor
will hold its second regulartmeeting
of the new council year tomorrow
night, at which time the saloon li-
censes which were turned down at the
special meeting last Monday will again
be up. This time it is expected they
will come with the recommendation
of the committee which was lacking
at the time of their first appearance.
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Mrs. J. B. Draper, wife of former Su-
perintendent Draper, of the University
Hospital, recently appeared in Lans-
ing before the state industrial board
i an action againstthe University of
Michigan in the attempt to secure
$2,000 compensation for the death
of her husband. The decision
of the board was reserved. -Mr.
Draper died as the result of injuries
received by being struck by a street
car on North University avenue.
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F. M. FURBUSH A)NDTEN OTHER
VOLUNTEERS LEAVE FOR FRANCE
Frederick M. Furbush, of Detroit,
sailed from New York, Tuesday, with
a memorial plate to be placed in the
Detroit ward of the American Am-
bulance hospital in Paris, endowed in
memory of Richard Nelville Hall of
this city, who was killed while on
duty with the'ambulance corps in Al-
sace on Christmas day.
Ten other volunteers for duty with
the American Ambulance corps sailed
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