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IE MICHIGAN DAILY w

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A THE Ithe

pied. Today there are only rou-
ae duties and dreams of borne.
The library is ready to receive all
te periodicals, fiction, and scientific
ooks you can spare.
Your duty is apparent.

rning except Monday
year by the Board in
blications.
ASSOCIATED PRZSS
;s is exclusively entitled
ication of all news dis-
>r not otherwise credited
io the local news pub-

at Ann Arbor,
atter.
Building.
ditorial, *414.
xceed 3no words,
necessarily to ap-
ence of faut, and
published in The
hie Editor, if left
will receive no
ipt will be re-
ses postage.
arily endorse the
comnifications.

IM'agazine Reviw
The three short-stories in the May
Inlander which came off the press
yesterday, were all written by memo~
bars of Prof. R. W. Cowden's class in
junior composition.
"Three Hours Late," by Margaret
Spain, '20, in addition to being-°a sur-
prisingly good story was one of the
two which won the Stylus 1919 annual
short-story contest. Though it is not
a story of University life, it gives an
excellent idea of a prevalent campus'
custom. All co-eds should read this
exposition of the psycholdgy of .a long
wait.
Decidedly ,"'Poesque" in style is "The
Avenigng Oak," by Ellen C. Lardner,
'20. Prof. T. E. Rankin, commenting
on it, praised it very* highly and char-
acterized it as "a terrible story.'
Oakley C. Johnson, '20, in "A Pessi-.
mists' Paradise," satirizes in an amus-
ing way an extreme philosophy, tell-
ing how it spread through a small
town and entered even into politics.

ENGINEERS PLAN
SUMMER,.CAMP
More than 100 men are expected to
attend Camp Davis, Michigan's civil
engineers' surveying camp, for the
season extending from June, 30 to
Aug.' 22. Located. on Douglas Lake
near Cheboygan,, Michigan,- the camp
is in the midst of a wild country, yet,
one presenting every opportunity for°
a variety of surveying work.'
Camp Davis men elected officers for
the season, at a meeting held recently;
the results being as follows: Curtis
E. Bottum, '20E, camp . manager;
George Francis, '20E, editor, of the
Black Fly, official camp publication;
Ralph B. Taylor, '20E, business man-
ager of the Black Fly; Max Reniger,
'20E, chairman song book committee;
William R. Cruse, '19E, athletic direc-
tor; Lester Smith, '20E, camp auditor,
and Y. B. Steinbach, '20E, transporta-
tion manager. Information on any of
the features of 'Camp Davis may be
obtained from these men.
SIMPSON( AND SCHTOLZ START
TRIAINING FOR A. E. F. MEET
Columbia, Mo., June 3.-Two of ,the
best athletes in the Missouri' Valley
track circles " of' recent 'years, Robert
1. Simpson, holder of several. world

records in hurdle events, and Ensign
Jackson V. Scholz, co-holder of the
world's 100 yard dash record, are
training here for the A. E. F. meet
tryouts to be held in Philadelphia in
June.
Simpson already has been selected
as a member of the team which will
go to France, while Scholz will de-
pend upon his showing in Philadel-
phia. Simpson was ;a member of the
United States team sent to the Olymp-
ic games at Stockholm in 1916.
~omen
Final posture examinations will be
given from 8:30 to 11:30 o'clock Wed-
nesday morning in Barbour gymnas-
ium. -These appointments must be
made at once.
The last Y. W. 0. A. cabinet meeting
of the.. year will be* held at 1 o'clock.
Wednesday afternoon in Barbour gym-
nasium,
The "freshman-sophomore baseball
game will be played at 4:30 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon on Palmer field.
Results are important. Adrt~oIsei
The Daiiy.-Adv.

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E1+DITORIAL STAFF
ltoeser .........Managing Editor
CCarey. .......... .News Editor
ilar............City Editor
darr . ocaeEt....... ......Assoit Eio
Pew Mcblister:....""..eau Eio
Ehbert...... tTeleraph Edtor
"I adis.w.i....... .prt Editor
.°at'e Cler.......Women's Editor
rucrsey.......Woen's Editor
Sikian.. ,......Dramatic Editor
..,............ Music Editor
icy..........ExcangeEditor
Wohi..........Literary Editor
ISSUE EDITORS
E.Slusser Paul G. Weber
hlrvood fEdgar I4. Rice
IhtchBock J. P. art
WAiiam Clarkson
I. Alarna Jhn . Mc*ais
W,. Mashall C. H. Murchison
is Mary D. Lane
Schererhtorn Johni.r Dakin
. grown '. . Lo)gan Trumbull
on Swvat Stwart Baxer
zler Muriel ;E. Bauan
BUiSINESS STAFF
akfsn . ..:..Business Manger
Aele wf..Asst. Business Manager
A. Ganes.. .Ast. Businss ,Manager
eFevre ,. . .ss. Business Manager
7 eitzigr. .Asst. Business Manager
Id, Mao...,.Ass Business Manager
R . choffer. ,Asst Business Manager
" SANIOR STFF
Covell E ldward Pies, Jr.
Mp Kcan ignry Whiting ii
k. C4adwell J. Duane Miler
A. Newton R. A. Sullivan
".jU$NIOR STAFF,
Schneider ° Iabelle Farnum
trizneck, Jr. kirper Aore
Kennedy, I. Arthur . lazier
1N$DA Y, JUJNE 4, 1919.
: Sditr-._=Emerson Swart
ler"evidence of the progress of
ity. of Michigan publicatos
In the °announcement that the
lverlne, tnl-weekly newspaper
Summer session, is to be in-'
inize. The Daily, big brother'
Wolverine, hails: the improve-
Atth great satsfaction. ?
s ummler school paper holds a
place among campus publca-
It is issued at a time when the
bodyt embraes a lare number
and women, who will be 'in-
tal in sending more students
[gan. Thbe teachers who attend
mer session14ave nosmallIi-
onl the the future ,enrollment
Igan. It is, therefore, the duty
l olverine to be a. proper rep-
ive "of Michigan, an 'Intitution
gill be consdered wrthy'of
ve rsity.
it order that the Wolverine be
t to Michigan, it must be sup-
by :the nstudents. 'Men ad
.must ffer their time and ser-
r , work on the editorial and
s staffs, and those who are un-
aid the paper with their per-
elp must respond to the sub-
n, campaign when it ioStart-
irst issue of the Wolverine will
on Commencement day, une
that time many alumni will be
Arbor for class reunions -and
ill look upon' the Wolverine
Pgible epreSsion of what the
e of recent years have done for
Ivrsity If the Wolverine is
then Michigan men may be
red as having been ,imbued
e spirit of 'service; if the °Wo-
remains as ' formerly or has
aded, a Similar Judgment will
ed of the student body. It IS'
Mchigan men to write with
' ink their own story.
up for the Wolverine!
MKS FOR Tl!R RED 'CROSS
Amercan Red Cross, has sent

appeal for books and ma-ga-
or soldiers across the sea.
,ou know that 'there are hun-,
I thousands of men Many miles
xme in foreign and enemy eoun-
here customs, speech, and
'of living are entirely strange
rbrothers, chums, and friends
.1 "over there?"
g there now is more monot-
,han it was during the war, for

For Traveling. Anywhere Anytim e'
You uw7ll'enjoy U$Wng the
A. B. ,A. Travelers' 'Checks as issued by this bank. They
come in denominations. of $10, $20, $50 and $100, are cashed
by Banks, Hotels, Railroads, etc., without identification.

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11"laO . Main 330 S. State St.
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Procrastinators
Iluset Library
Did your professor tell you _to get
a new book about a week. ago, and
you forgot it, and then, thought it
hardly worth while to buy ones so near
examinations?
If this happened to you and you fig-
ure that you are certainly deviating
from the path of thex, safe. and- sane
student body, don't be alarmed. For
that is why the library is so busy at
just this lazy season of the year.
You are "in the same boat" with a
considerable number of your fellow's.
The only difference between you and'
them may be that they tried to invest
in one at a bookstore and miserably
failed, while you lacked the eniergy
or the where-withal to attempt a
similar feat. When it comes along
to the last week of school, the stores
are not carrying any superfluous sup-
plies of texts. Here-is0where the li-
brary comes into its own. Scores of
scholars (?) who scarcoly ever real-
ized there was such a building;on the
campus before, now fook to it as a
last resort.
Rhetoric, economic and various oth-
er brands of texts are -called for in
quantity. 'The library eas a rule d4"0
not carry a large line of class-room
books, yet quite a few worried stu-
dents are securing their cramming
material from thectirculation desk.
CHILDREN TO GET
GRENADE BANKS
Fifteen million hand grenade banks
are fo be distributed among school
children this fall. These banks are
made from hand grenades which were
manufactured by the war department
and were ready for shipment to
France when the armistice was
signed. Since then they have been
stipped of their deadly TNT and five-
second fuse but otherwise they re-
main the same with cap, spring and
pin all in place. On the side is a
slot for pennies and dimes and on the
face of each. bank is lettered "BUY
W. S. S."
The plan for distribution provides a
bank for each child under 10 who
earns enough money during the sum-
mer to buy a 'War Saving Stamp and
brings to his teacher in the fall a
written account of how he earned his
stamp. Children over 10 will be re-
quired to earn two stamps in order
to be awarded a bank.
The distribution of the banks Will'
be entirely under the direction of the
District Savings Director and each
teacher should acquaint herself with
the particular, plan of her district
which may vary somewhat from the

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so that' wie can have 'them finished, bef ore you leave,

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Colorful: Organdie Bkuses

One particularly noteworthy style is developed in rose
colored organdie with a long roll 'collar, and tiny vest of

pin striped dimity.
effective.

A narrow black silk ribbon tie is very

Another model which may be had in either Delft blue
or rose, us'distinguished by a double collar of white or-
gandie, daintily scalloped and embroidered:.
A number of other equally good looking blouses, in
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long M narwroll collar, e and ; cufs of pin . aven4er,
green, or Delft blue organ-d4k, stafflon di t~e p".and
trimmed with embroidered dotsv

DETROIT UNITED LINES
Betweenu Detroit, Ann Arbor and- Jackson
(March 3o, Igig)
(Central Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-S :to a.
in., and hourly to 8 : o p. mn.
Jackson Limited and Express Cars-q :43
a. m:;, and every hour to 9:48 p.',in. (Zx.
presses make local stops west of Ann Arbor,)
Local Cars Eat Bound-6:oo a. Mn., 9:03 a.
mn. and *vey wo hours- to,'g:os-p. m. 10:50
p. m. T~o 'p'siant"i oly; 'i :45 p. rh.,ais
a. in., iio.'m r oSlm apa
Local Cara est Poun4-6:4 a. mn. an4
l 1I5 :i ..1ii . .s .9
11:20 p. i.
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0004 U ga l:30 4s- M. 1~i 19:00 p. w.
.Phone 16304
I1M1. State St. Ann Arbor

general. plan of
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For,
"UP THE RIVER"

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Incorporated 1869
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