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November 19, 1918 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1918-11-19

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, NO'I

11

f

OND ISSUE, OF
GA4RGOYLE BIG HIT
second issue of the Gargoyle
out Saturday with a copy en-
"Treat 'em Rough." The en-
umber bore out this title ad-
y, especially the art work, in-
g the cover illustration. On
iole, the art work was the fea-
f the issue. There were sev-
artoons worthy of note, in par-
r the one entitled "Messing."
however, can really be appre-
only by the S. A. T. C. and men
naval unit.
number was not as plentiful in
as most copies, containing only
le page of verse, a tragic poem
same title as the magazine.
s doubtless due to the fact that
st few weeks with all the war
nent have not been exactly
cive to poetry, but rather to
naterial things in the shape of
igs.
here was any one thing that
sue excelled in it was probably
ies and especially the quips on
A. T. C. It was full of humor
over to cover, paying the most
on, of course, to the soldiers
ailors.
number was sold at noon by
gular selling force in co-opera-
ith the S. A. T. C. In spite of
my day there were many sell-
and it wasn't long before there
copy bulging from the pocket
ost every soldier and sailor.
LRY DESK TO REMAIN
OPEN TWO EVENING HOURS
circulation desk in the library
r open from 7:30 o'clock in the
ig until 9:30 o'clock in the
g. Heretofore the desk closed;
1 o'clock. The extensi n of time
een arranged to affdd oppor-
for those who are occupied
houththe day to draw books in
ening which may bA b"ept out
than overnight.
the next-few weeks the study
[n the basement floor of the li-
will be closed on Saturday
gs. Books shelved in that room
e called for at the desk in the
g room.

FACULTY MEN URGE SUPPORT
OF WAR WORK CAMPAIGN
(Continued from _Page One)
dispensable till our unparalleled ef-
fort for the nation and humanity is
achieved. There can be no question,
therefore, but that the funds essential
for the performance of this task must
and will be secured. Moreover, the
whole-hearted co-operation of these
agencies in a single campaign have
made possible an economy of effort
,and a demonstration of genuine com-
munity of purpose which serve as an
inspiring augury of the approaching
fulfillment of our democratic yearn-
;ngs."
Dr. L. A. Barrett, Presbyterian Church
"The period of reconstruction is just
as important as -the winning of the
war. The fact that the war is over
does not mean the lessening of our
charities. We must give more."
Rev. A. W. Stalker:
"It must be thoughtlessness or
carelessness that is bringing on our,
city the shame of a too small contri-
bution. Ann Arbor simply cannot
and must not at this time refuse to
help, our soldiers and the wounded
world."

FOR LIBERTY

The following casualties are re-
ported today by the commanding gen-
eral of the American Expeditionary
Forces: Killed in action, 174; died of
wounds, 69; died of disease, 254;
wounded, degrees 'undetermined, 110;
wounded slightly, 155; missing in ac-
tion, 13. Total, 775.
The commander-in-chief, in the
name of the President, has awarded
the Distinguished Service Cross to 54
officers and soldiers for acts of extra-
ordinary heroism. No Michigan men
were mentioned.
NEW UNION BUILDING IS NOW
BEING FILLED AS BARRACKS
The space in the new Union build-
ing which was intended for barrack
room is being gradually filled up. It
was originally planned to use this
space at the beginning of the year,
but it was decided that owing to the
concrete still being damp it would be
unhealthy for the men to live in it.
The building has now been heated for
about three weeks and the concrete
has dried out sufficiently. It is plan-
ned to move into this building men
from the outlying barracks, both for
convenience and to simplify the heat-
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U-NOTICE S

Athena Literary society will
1 meet at 7:15 o'clock tonight in
room 404, Mason hall.
The regular meeting of Adel-
phi House of Representatives
will be held at 7 o'clock tonight
on the fourth floor of University
hall.
All members of the Students'
Directory staff will 'meet at 11
o'clock this morning in the Di-
rectory rooms of the *Press
building.
Members of the editorial staff
will meet at 4:30 o'clock this
afternoon at the Inlander office
in the Press building.
Personal Christmas cards-order
them now at Wahr's University Book-
store.-Adv.

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