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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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0 Migan laly
OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER AT THE
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Published every morning except Monday
rluring the university year by the Board in
Control of Student Publications.
UEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Associated I'ress is exclusively entitled
to the use for republication of all news dis-
patches credited to it or not otherwise credited
in this paper and also the ocal news pub-
lished herein.
Entered at the pstoffice at Ann Arbor,
Utichgan, as second class matter.
Subscriptions by carrier or mail, $3.50.
Olffces: Ann Arbor Press Building.
shones: Business, 90; Editorial, 2414.
Communications not to exceed 300 words,
ri signed, she signature not necessarily to ap-
pear in print, but as an evidence of faith, and
notices of events will be published in The
Daily at the discretion of the Editor, if left
t or mailed to the office.
Unsigned communications will receive no
consideration. No manuscript will be re-
turned 'unless the writer incloses postage.
The Daily does not necessarily endorse the
sentiments expressed in the communications.
EDITORIAL STAFF
Clarence Roeser ...........Managing Editor
H. C. L. Jackson...............City Editor
1Harry M. Carey ........News Editor
Bruce Millar. ...........elegraph Editor
Milton Marx.. ..........Associate Editor
David B. Landis .........Sport Editor
Marguerite Clark............Women's Editor
Martha Guernsey...........Women's Editor
Charles R. Osius, Jr.............State Editor
Mark K.Ehlbert...........Efficiency Editor
Ruth Dailey............. Exchange Editor
ISSUE EDITORS
Edgar L. Rice Henry O'Brien
Joseph A. Bernstein Renaud Sherwood
Paul G. Weber 1E D. Flintermann
Paul A. Shinkman
REPORTERS
Philip Ringer Mary D. Lane
Margaret Christie Edna Apel
SMare Crozier Irene Ellis
-HIerbert R. Slusser J. P. Hart
Carlton F. Wells
BUSINESS STAFF
Harold Makinson.........Business Manager
Agnes L. Abele.. sst. Business Manager
LeGrand A. Gaines .,Asst. Business Manager
Wm. M. LeFevr.. "Asst. Business Manager
Wm..~ A. Litinger... Asst. Business Manager
Donald M. Major...Asst Business Managr
.Donnell R. Schoffner..Asst. Business Manager
SENIOR STAFF
Mark B. Covell
JUNIOR STAFF
George A. Cadwell R. A. Sullivan
Edward Priehs, Jr. Clare W. Weir
Curt P. Schneider Henry Whiting II
Curt P. Schneider
SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1919.
Issue Editor-Paul G. Weber
WILL THE WOMEN KEEP IT UP?
Women have been doing men's work
for almost two years. In the great
majority of cases they have risen
to the opportunity finely, and have
surprised possibly even themselves by
the manner in which they have taken
hold.
"There will be no limit to the op-
portunity for women in business,"
says Professor Sharfman. He pre-
dicts that the women will not only be
called upon to fill again'the positions
which were made vacant by the men
who left for service, but that many
new fields will be opened to them.
The question arises as to whether
the women care for these positions.
While the war lasted, they took the
places of the men to keep things go-
ing, to help win the war. Many wom-
en who had never thought of going
into business did so, and were sur-
prised to find themselves astonishing-
ly adapted to it. Will these women
return to their interests of before the
war, or will they take an active in-
terest in the business of the nation
We have entered a new era. Many
old ideas have given way to new.
Is the woman of the home to be
eclipsed by the woman of business?
Are we to have a new order of
women?
SOLID GOLD

America's colleges have proved that
they ring true by the sterling perform-
ances of their sons in rallying to the
cause of Democracy. Even the pro-
fessional jokesters have realized that
the "college man" skit is no longer
appreciated. The college man has
justified his existence; and the joke-
sters no longer carry the crowd with
them when they attempt humor at the
expense of the college man.
The nation's colleges are said to
have given 150,0}0 men to the colors,
exclusive of the S. A. T. C. force.
And of that glorious contribution, at
least 5,000 gave up their lives "that
the nation and the world might live."
Alma Maters have heard of the ac-
complishments of their sons with
pride and joy, mingled with grief at
the loss of so many of the young men
'in whose hands the destinies of -tme
nation will lie in the next decade.
The college man is made of the
right stuff, after all.
And the poor funny man loses an-
other inspiration.-The Purdue Ex-
ponent.
A Detroit man has had 6,000 bottles
of beer returned to him. We presume
he will now sound taps.

List of New Registrants For
Second Semester Issued Dai
Below is a continued list of the new students who enrolled in the Univer-
sity the second semester. Additional Daaes will be Drinted daily until
the names of all the new students are exhausted.
MICHIGAN DAILY SUPPLEMENT u
Chandler, Roy A, '20, 830 E University. Sylvania, 0. 1467-R.
Chapel, Harold R, '22, 821 E University. Flint.
Chapin, Irving S, grad. Lincoln, Neb.
Chapman, William L, '20E, 733 E University. Bay City.
Chavash, Samuel L, '22, 710 Haven. Norway. 2034-R.
Chase, Joseph M, '22 1111 Michigan., Oswego, Mont. 786.
Chatterton, Eugene, 1112 Wellington Ct. Ann Arbor. 2268-J.
Cheney, Wallace E, '21E, 908 Forest. Milwaukee, Wis. 2239-R.
Chidester, Gardner H, '20E, 520 Thompson. Hastings. 1869-J.
Cholette, Paul E, Jr, '20L, 821 E University. Detroit. 2738.
Chopp, Chester C, 1315 Hill St. Lakewood, 0. 1460.
Chynoweth, Benjamin R,'',22, 1412 Geddes. Houghton. 2316-J..
Cites, Haldon H, '19, 602 Packard. Wanatah, Ind. 1562-R.
Clark, Charles S, '19, 1223 Hill. St. Johns. 188.
Clark, Chester W, '19, 907 Lincoln. Ann Arbor. 191.
Clark, Frank W, grad, 433 Maynard. Lansing. 815-J.
Clark, Irving B, 511 Cheever Ct. Utica, N Y. 516-R.
Clarke, Charles U, '21, 1437 Washtenaw. Coldwater. 319.
Clarkson, William S, '20E, 1325 Washtenaw. Ann Arbor. 852-M.
Clary, Frederick E. '21L. 806 Hill. Jamestown, N'Y. 374.
Cleary, Ruth M, '21. Ypsilanti.
Clements, Norman V, '21E, 203 S Ingalls. Grand Rapids. 810.
Clippert, George F, '22, 920 Lincoln. Detroit.
Cnossen, Martin H, '19D, 910 E Washington. Holland. 1170-R.
Cobbs, Reginald M, '21L, 702H 5University. Aleron, O. 63.
Coburn, DeWitt M, '22E, 1809 Hill. Watertown, N Y. 742-R
Cohen, Samuel L, '19L, 807 S State. Virginia, Minn. 1104.
Cohn, Abe J, '21L, 718 Lawrence. Spokane, Wash. 2246.
Colcord, Bradford C, '21E, 823 E Kingsley. Clairton, Pa. 566.
Colder, Ralph R, 233 S Ingalls. Detroit.
Collie, Murray W, '22E, 915 Oakland. Cleveland, 0. 355
Collier, Dorothy, '22, 720 S University. New York, N Y. 1271-J.
Collins, Howard N, '20E, 610 S State. Detroit. 371.
Conant, Florence K, 602 Packard. 1562-R.
Condon, Rebecca D, '22, 92W S University. Hancock. 672.
Conkey, Albert D, grad, 822 Dewey. Ann Arbor. 2103-W.
Conlin, Thomas D, '22E, 410 E Jefferson. Crystal Falls. 468-M.
Connett, Wesley L, '20E, 1130 Oakland. St. Joseph, Mo. 2176-W.
Conwall, Garrett P, '22, 504 S State. Jackson.. 2466-W.
Cook, Francis C, '21, 1917 Washtenaw. Harbor Springs.
MICHIGAN DAILY SUPPLEMENT G
Cook, John, '22, 620 Church. Hillsdale. 1207-M.
Cook, Robert, '20E, 607 S State. Cleveland, 0. 131.
Cooley, Jean P, grad, 1018 E University. Erie, Pa. 1238-J.
Cooney, Frances M, '21. Detroit.
Corcoran, William A, '20, 1000 E Ann. Escanaba. 344.
Corpron, Douglas S, '20M, 910 E Washington. Holland. 1170-R.
Corwin, George W, '20, 505 N Fourth. 979-J.
Corwin, Raymond K, '21E, 636 Oakland. Friendship, N Y.
Cossett, Frederick H, '22E, 707 Oxford Road. LaGrange, II. 357.
Coston, James G., '19, 810 E Huron. Osceola, Ark. 1231-W.
Cotton, Frank, 523 E Madison. St. Louis, Mo. 1755-W.
Coughlin, Frank H, 207 Ingalls. Escanaba. 1808-W.
Coulter, Harold B, '19, 821 E University. Chittenango, N Y. 2738.
Cover, Guy R, grad, 514 E Jefferson. New Castle, Pa.
Cowing, John C, '21, 1408 Washtenaw. Ann Arbor. \ 343.
Craig, William D, '20, 607 S State. Detroit. 131.
Crane, Louis S, '19E, 506 5 Fifth. Cleveland, 0. 2144-J.
Cranshore, James E, '21, 417 E Huron. Fayette City, Pa. 1328.
Craver, Myron J, '22E, 624 Packard. Youngstown, 0. 1484.
Crawford, Roland J, '19, 412 Camden Ct. Ithaca. 1580-M.
Cress, Earl H, '20, 1443 Washtenaw. 1166.
Crockett, Alex C, grad, 1617 Washtenaw. Detroit. 1016.
Crossland, Stewart H, '21, 1219 Washtenaw. 609.
Cummings, Cecil R, '19, 701 S Division. Carson City. 1417-M.
Cummings, Joseph W, grad, 620 S State. Chicago, Ill. 231.
Curran, Robert S, '22, 1223 Hill. Aurora, Ill. 188.
Curry, Carrie E, spec, 1217 Olivia. Darlington, Wis. 2324-J.
Curry, Harry C. '21E, 803 S State. Kalamazoo. 1370-J.
Cuthbert, Alfred 0, '20E, 1221 Prospect. Ann Arbor. 750-J.
Cuthbert, William D, 1221 Prospect. Ann Arbor. 750-J.
Danday, Bert J, '21L, 823 Kingsley. Marquette. 566.
Daniell, James F, '21E, 821 E University. Menominee. 1127-W.
Daniels, George B, '18, 915 Oakland. Grand Rapids. 355.
Danto, Charles, '21, 110 N Ingalls. East Jordan. 854-R.
Danto, Samuel. Detroit.
Darling, Erwin E, '22E, 203 S Thayer. Orion. 1317-R.
Darling, George K, '20, 715 E-Huron. Wadsworth, O. 240-M.
Darpinian, Peter H, '20. Highland Park.
Darrow, Margaret V, '20, Martha Cook Bldg. Washington, D C. 290.
Davidson, Edward C, '22E, 1437 Washtenaw. Bay City. 319.
Davies, Joseph N, '21E, 606 E Catherine. Detroit. 2516-W.

A gain-
Lyndon comes out with a new creation:
"Double Printed" Prints for the Amateur
Nothing like it. Adds ioo per cent to their appearance. Don't forget to
have your next work done at Lyndon's - the new way - You'll be more
than pleased.
LYNDON
719 N. UNIVERSITY AVE.
Students of the Jniversity of Michigau are cordially invited to
inspect our new lie.. of

The Collegiate alumnae will be at
home to senior women from 4 to 6
o'clock this afternoon at the home of
Mrs. E. C. Goddard, 1212 Hill street.
Sophomores and seniors will prac-
tice basketball at 4:50 o'clock Tues-
day afternoon at Barbour gymnasium.
Freshmen will entertain their jun-
ior advisors at 3 o'clock this after-
noon in the parlors of Barbour gym-
nasium,
A meeting of Iota Sigma P! will be
held at 1:15 o'clock this afternoon in
Barbour gymnasium.
Teachers are needed at the Univer!
sity hospital. Call IHulda Bancroft
at Barbour gymnasium.
A meeting of the committee to
award loan scholarships to University
women will be held at 2 o'clock Mon-
day afternoon in the office of Pres-
ident Harry B. Hutchins.!
All women who have applied to
Dean Myra B. Jordan's ofitce for
scholarships must apply to Dean Jor-
dan before this meeting.
Cornell has recently passed a rul-
ing that every fraternity house shall
have a faculty membor lodged there-
i1n.'
Try our HOME-MADE
CANDIES
They are both delicious and
Wholesome
MADE AND SOLD AT
THE SUGAR BOWL
Phone 967 109 S. Main St.

SEMESTERTEXT BOOKS
NEW AND SECOND HAND
Drawing Instruments
AND ENGINEER'S SUPPLIES
U NIVE RSITY
AHR'S BOOKSTORE
Dont Fail to Visit Our New Lunch Roomn

Try Our Special Sunday

Dinners

Everything the Best

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Capital and Surplus, $550,040.00
Resources........$4,000,000.00
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