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lea R. Osius, Jr...........City Eor
#erite Clark ..........Night Edior
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il A. BernsteinS.........Sport Editor
eit . iorden.......Military Editor
ha Guernsey..........Women's Editor
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i Landis Paul G. Weber
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R. Welsh Win. A. Leitzinger
LTURtDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1918.
Issue Editorr-Paul 6. Weber
LISTEN TO THE GO
He is one of last year's Phi Beta
pas," said the dean introducing a
Root, bronzed young man in a sail-
mit. The young sailor-aviator
:ed about as much like a man who
injured his eyesight and grown
phouldered earning a scholar-
honor like Phi Beta Kappa as a
ryweight. prize fighter looks like
n'tsrpreter of Grecian dances.
)o yIu think S. A. T. C. men
ild stay in the University the rest.
hoe -was asked, and he
an answer that set his question-
'he S. A. T. C. or naval unit man,
can stick it through the rest of
year and does not do so is as much
v slacker as the man who failed
rport for military duty when his
itry called him,' said the burly
ookworm. "It is his bounden duty
prepare himself to help in civil
nstruction, just as much as it was
duty to offer his life for his coun-.
in war time."
te sailor-aviator was, last year,
of the best known men on the
pus, but he' asked that his name
tot used because he was not an
er. But, officer or no, he went
d and expanded his views.
ly sticking awhile longer at the
ting camp, I could probably have
Lved my commission and been
et in the officers' reserve," he
"but the war was over, and I
idered it my paramount duty to
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Tonight at 7:30
Marguerite Clark in
Stag party aterwards for
10:30 A. X.
Sermon by Dr. Stalker
"THE NEW DAY"
Young Men's Class
"THE BIBLE:'Tis and 'Tisn't
Over by 12:5-
Social Hour with Eats
Followed by Devotional
Gilbert King, Leader
"iHE BATTLE AETER THE
YOU ARE WELCOME
prepare for peace, as I had prepar-
ed, while the struggle was on, for war.
I quit the training school and come
back to take up my professional stud-
ies. I should have considered myself
a slacker had I spent the rest of the
year merely gratifying my own pride
in obtaining a commission. I am not
afraid of the hard work of making
up what I have lost by being away
from the University a few months. In
speaking of myself, I am speaking for
the great majority of the men in my
"As for the S. A. T. C. men, they
have had at least the skeleton of
University work, and they would be
slackers indeed to quit for a year, and
put themselves back, that length of
time in preparing to be of use to the
country in the reconstruction time."
The man quoted is only one of
many students returned from active
service since the. armistice was sign-
ed. They all say the same thing: that
they want to get themselves ready as
soon as possible for the work of re-
construction; that they think that is
They all, after experiencing the de-
mands that war makes on special
training, feel that to com ete the col-
lege course is the only way to make
themselves capable of doing their best
in reconstruction. Think it over, S.
A. T. C. and naval unit men.
The impractability of the Bolshevik
theory is proven by the starved con-
dition of Russia, which is a country
of unusual crop producing possibil-
this year. It looks as though another
fight will soon be on between the eds
and the co-eds.
To again sit around the old frater-
nity fireplace is a consummation de-
votedly to be wished.
Red Cross Will
Hold Roll Call
During the week of Dec. 16, the Na-
tional Red Cross will undertake a roll
call. Roll call will consist of a
campaign throughout the United States
which is intended to reach every
adult citizen for the purposes of re-
newing membership and securing new
members. Aside from this no finan-
cial solicitation campaign will be un-
dertaken until the summer at elast.
The purpose of the Christmas roll
is twofold. First, to demonstrate that
the American people are back of the
work the Red Cross has been doing.
There is no better way to demonstrate
this fact than by responding to the
roll call.- Second, such a comprehbn-
sive plan for membership should pro-
duce sums 4n small amounts suffi-
cient in the aggregate to defer a gen-
eral finacial campaign, according to
A meeting of representatives from
the several branches in the county
was held here Thursday, afternoon
and plans were discussed. The roll
call will probably be conducted as a
house to house campaign, although
the different branches will be at lib-
erty to conduct a campaign in their
own territory as they see fit. At any
rate, all adults are requested to take
out memberships, either by volunteer-
ing, or by responding when solicited.
Second Twilight ConcertHeld Dec.15
On Sunday, Dec. 15, there will be
held the second Twilight concert. It
will differ from the others in that
community singing will be introduc-
ed. The program will consist of pa-
triotic songs and church music under
the direction of Mr. Theodore Harri-
son of the School of Music.
Mir. Stahl Resumes Classes in Musie
Mr. Otto Stahl, instructor in theory
and piano at the University School of
Music, has recovered from an illness
which caused him to be confined in
the hospital for the past week. He
will meet his classes beginning with
Kee p posted - subwcribe for th6
Dalv now . $.04-Adv
All girls who have taken out com-
fort bags to make are urged to turn
them in at once to their lieutenants.
The board of the Women's league
will meet at 9 o'clock this morning at
ORDER THEM NOW
Tryouts for the freshman Girls'
Glee club will be held at 4 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon at Miss Nora
Hunt's studio in the School of Music.
At the meeting of the board of the
Women's Athletic association, held
Thursday night, it was decided to send
$50 to Miss Alice Evans who is doing
medical reconstruction work in
France. Miss Evans was the physical
director of University women last
year. The money will ge threugh the
Michigan war hest.
There will be a party held at 6
o'clock this afternoon in Jarica!a
gymnasitu for junior girls.
LOCAL CANTEEN HAS LARGE
LIST OF DIFFERENT ARTICLES
Everything from soup to nuts can
be found at the army and navy can-
teen on South University avenue.
Eats, kits, toilet articles, smokes,
drinks, writing paper, and even cer-
tain articles of wearing apparel can
be purchased there any time of the
day. The above list is meagre com-
pared with the myriad of things to be
The pies sold there are made at
the canteen, and doughnuts are pur-
chased'from bakeries. Just what will
be done with the variety of stock left
over after the demobilization dis-
ables their business, is not exactly
known. The trade has been good and
the canteen on the whole successful,
as it has been patronized whenever
the men are off duty.
Ask to see the latest and correct style-
Christmas Engraving a Speclalty at
Don't fail to visit our new lunch room.
Hot and Cold Drinks
We make our own baked goods.
TUTTLE'S LUNCH ROOM
Across from Arcade
THE "Y" INN AT LANE HALL I
Lunch and Dinner by the week, $5.00
Home Cooked Food
Attractive Dining Room
Open to Men and Women
BO KS and SUPPLIES
ANN ARBORS' LEADING HOTEL
11:30 to 2:00
Special Attention Given to Dinner
Parties and Banquets
ARMY AND NAVY BOOK STORE
,aMALJ uvrr. +pv.vv. c .ur, ,
Remember your friends with Christmas cards and Booklets
UNCLE SAM SAYS:
"Our people will be wise
and patrotilo enough not
to neglect the roereation
neoessary to maintain
their effioienoy." What do
you say ?
See tomorraw's Daily ter a nsr
We also have a complete line of CHRISTMAS PRESENTS and are always a
S tn ts"'Sup-plyRStore
Phone I1 60"R 1111s.Un
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The D. U. R. carmen are to
another increase in salary
makes us here in college
whether it is all worth while.
Michigan may produce an
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DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(October 27, 198)
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express CaMs-7:s a.
n., and hourly to 9 :o p. En.
Jackson Limited and Express Cars-S :48
a. M., and every hour to 9:48 p. m. (Ex-
presses make localstops west of Ani Arbor.)
Local Cars East Bound-6:oo a. m., and
every two hours to 9:os p.-m., to5o p. M.
To Ypsilanti only, 11:45 p. ., ' z:,o a. i.
:se a. in.,.and to Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-p7:48 a. W, to
12:40 A. in.
WIAT KING LOO
Open from 11:30 a m. to 12:00 p. i.
For Soldier and Sailor
For Friend and Neighbor
Christmas Gilt Buyers
A piece of JEWELRY is always one of the most acceptable
presents. We are offering every article in our store at
exceedingly reasonable prices. Goods are
of the highest quality.
BUY YOUR PRESENTS IN ANN ARDOR
JJEWELRY FOR LADIES_
Gold Lavalieres Diamond Rings Fine Cameo Pius
Platinum Jewelry Dlagnond Ear Screws
Solid Gold Brooch Pins Pearl eads Dareelet Watches
JEWELRY FOR MEN I
$14 S. State St.
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
The Ann Arbor Savints Bank
Capital and Surplus, $W)i,000.oo
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron.
707 North University Ave.
O. D.M O R R ILL
Links Waldemar Chain and Knife Stiek i
Set Rings Diamond Rings Militai y Watches
Yen will be pleased with our line of goods. Make as a visit and we win be glad
to oiler suggestions on presents for Old and Youag.
SCHLANDERER & SEYFRIED
113 EAST LIBERTY STREET
Has moved t.