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THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSI

OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER AT TI
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Published every morning except M
during the university yearsby the Boa
Control of Student- Publications.
IiEMBER OF THE* ASSOCIATED P:
The Associated Press is exclusively Ce
to the use for republication of all new
patches credited to it or not otherwise cr
in this paper afnd also the local news
lished herein.
Entered at the postoffice at AunE
Michigan, as second class matter.
Subscriptions by carrier or mail, $3.50
Offices: Ann Arbor Press Building.
Phones: Business, 96o; Editorial, 241
Communications not to exceed 30*
it signed, the signature not necessarily
pear in print, but as an evidence of faits

IE News F
onday
ad in
-- Nebraska-The boar
titled the University ofI
s died adopted a plan for th
redited
pub- of the various sub-di
partments of one grow
of the plan will be w
A business auditor and
'" itor are also to be a
4. slt the university
-bringing the teaching
words, highest possible state,
to ap
t, and - -

rom Th
rd of regents at
Nebraska have
he consolidation
visions into de-
up. The details
orked out later.
a teaching aud-
appointed 'to as-
authorities in
activities to the
of efficiency.

a Other Colleges
Miinnesota - Twenty-one war or-.
phans have been adopted by the dif-
ferent student organizations at the
University of Minnesota as a result of
a campaign held for the purpose.
Knox-War aims will give way to a
study of reconstruction problems at

MORTARBOARD ALUMNAE,'NOTE
Alumnae members of Mortar- .
board, senior woiren's honorary
society, who wish to attend func-
tions of the national convention,
I this week, are requested to re-
' port to the following committee
chairmen not later than Friday
noon: Olive Wiggins, Friday
night banquet; Margaret Atkin-
son, Saturday luncheon; Kather-

Tennis Players Listen
We are at your service with
100 TENNIS, RACKE TS
Wright and Ditson's Strong line, also H. C. Lee
& Co.'s "Slotted Throat" Racket
Special attention to Restringing. Peefect work
and prompt delivery guaranteed.

notices of events will be published in The *-- :
Daily at the discretion of the EIditor, if left Wiconsin-All sudents at the Uni-
at or mailed to the office. vriyo icni r epn u
Unsigned communications will receive no versity of Wiscnnsin are helping put
consideration. No manuscript will be re- through big drives for the support of
turned unless the writer incloses postage. wokrinCna'Te omnhv
The Daily does not necessarily endorse the workers in China. The women have
sentiments expressed in the communications. raised $500 for the support of Miss
Abby Shaw May hew's physical educa-
tion school in Shanghai, and so far
EDITORIAL STAFF 15 houses have gone on record as 100
per cent. The quota alloted here is
Clarence Roeser..........Managing Editor $1,000.
HarryAl. Carey................New; Editor There is also a campaign to raise
Bruce Millar .................City Editor 43,000 for Jack Childs in China, who
Milton Marx...l........Associate Editor represents Wisconsin. One thousandj
Mark K. Ehlberte......Telegraph Editor dollars has been raised for this up to
David B. Landis............ .sport Editor date.
Marguerite Clark ........... Women's Editor
Martha Guernsey...........Women's Editor
endrick Kimball. .Guillotine Editor Nebraska-The students of the Uni-
Charles It. Osius, Jr......... ..State Editor versity of Nebraska have been invit-
Paul A. Shinkman........Dramatic Editor ed by Omaha business interests to vis-
Edna Apel................. Music Editor
truth Dail.ey.. .....Exchange Editor it that city, and two special trains
Bernard ohl..............Literary Editor have been chartered to conduct the
ISSUE 'EDITORS students there. These students are
Herbert R. Slusser Paul G. Weber to be guests for the day, and plenty
Renaud Sherwood Edgar L. Rice of entertainment for them has been
Hugh W. Hitchcock J. P. Hart
William Clarkson provided. The different large com-
_--panies and associations carrying on
REPORT.ERS a business in Omaha joined in raising
'Thomas IT. Adams John E. McManis
Richard B. Marshall C. 1I. Murchison funds for the occasion.
Irene E'llis Mary D. Lane
Katrina Schermerhorn , John I Dakin
Arthur W. Brown Logan Trumbull Kansas-A coast artillery unit has
R. Emerson Swart Stewart Baxterasue
Aarie Crozier Muriel E. Bauman been assfur or themUniversity of
___'__- Kansas provided 30 men enroll. The
unit willchave 155 millimeter guns and
BUSINESS STAFF eight inch howitzers, tractor drawn.
__US__ E_____TAF__ There will also be a signal corps and
Harold Makinson.........Business Manager infantry unit.
Agnes L. Abele....Asst. Business Manager w
LeGrand A. Gaines. ..Asst. Business Manager Wiseonsin - Two dollars is being
Wim. M. LeFevre....Asst. Business Manager assessed each senior at the University
Wi. A. Leitzinger Asst. Business Manager of Wisconsin to go toward the Chimes
Donald M. Major... .Asst. Business Manager
Donnell R. Schoffner..Asst. Business Manager fund begun by the class of '17. The
SENIOR STAFF drive is called, "Chime in on the
Mirk B. Covell Edward Priehs, Jr. Chimes."
Robert E. McKean Henr Whiting II
George A. Cadwell J. luane Miller
Maynard A. Newton R. A. Sullivan Purdue-The Sunday edition of the
JUNIOR STAFF Purdue Exponent was edited and got-
Curt P. Schneider Isabelle Farnum ten out by the women, and called the
Harold P. Lindsay Geo. R. Strimbeck; r. 'Co-ed Edition."
Harper Moore Arthur L. Glazier
James A. Kennedy, Jr.
Kansas-An attempt is being made
to double Kansas' quota in the fifth
Liberty Loan, the official allotment be-
THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1919. ing $20,000.
Seniors of Kansas university are al-
Issue Editor-John I. Dakin so considering giving chimes for a
- -_- soldier memorial. There is a differ-
ence of opinion between this and a
WATCH US! tablat for the purpose.

Knox college In tparczsna orningI
- Buy Victory Bonds --..picnic.
Homeop Notes
Dr. IH. 1i. Hammel, '1511, a major in
the army, has'arrived in Boston after
service abroad. During the Mexican -
trouble, Major Hammel was in serv- Vr
ice on the border leaving there to goa
directly to France and serve under the at 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon in
British flag. Barbour gymnasium.
The entrance of the United States -
into the struggle caused him to re- .'All houses wishing to join the base-
enlist under his 'country's flag. This ball 'league should sign the list posted
won him the pr'omotion from 'captain in Barbour gymnasium. League houses
to major. are urged to join. Two league houses
Major Hammel has been engaged in 'may unite If necessary. For .further
the most severe fighting. He received information on this subject, inquire
two serious wounds and on anothed 'of Katherine Loveland, '20, 917 Church
occasion a gassing. street or Miss Marion Wood in Bar-
Before the war Major Hammel prac- bour gymnasium.
ticed in Tecumseh, Mich.
Girls of the playground class who
Dr. W. C. R. Voigt, '18H, is critically have not begun teaching in the grades
ill in the Homoeopathic hospital with should consult Miss Marion Wood be-

WAH R'S

UNIVERSITY
BOOKSTORE

Students of the University of Michigan are cordially invited to
inspect our new lira- of
PARIS FASHIONS

Novelties in Tailored Suits, Gowns

and Dresses

Newest materials, newest models, newest
lowest prices

colorings, and

septic cellulitis. While doing some
laboratory work, Dr. Voigt accident ylly

fore Friday noon at- Barbour gymnas-
ium.

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pricked his finger. General sepsis de-
veloped within 24 hours.
- Buy Victory Bonds
REGISTRAR HALL HAS LEFT
TO ATTEND LARGE MEETING
Registrar Arthur G. Hall left Wed-
nesday evening for Chicago, where het
will attend the ninth annual meeting
of the American Association of Col-
legiate Registrars to be held April 24.
to 26 at the University of Chicago. I
To the program, that will center ont
college administrative problems whicht
are the outcome of the war, Regis-
trar Hall will submit a report for a
uniform recommendation blank to be'
used for high school graduates who
plan to enter college.
- Buy Victory Bonds'
UNIVERSITY 'UNDECIDED AS TO
DISPOSITION OF ANGtLL HOUSE
There .are no plans for the imme-
diate use of the Angell house, ac-
cording to University authorities. It'
is expected that this matter will not
be settled until the new 'president
comes into office. If he decides to
live there, it will be remodelled and
pot in order for his residence.. If he
does not wish to live on the campus,
the future use of the Angell house
will then be discussed.

Wyvern will meet at 7:30 o'clock
Thursday night at the Delta Delta
Delta house, 718 Tappan avenue.
--Buy Victory Bonds
Trans-.Atlantic Pilots in Training
New York, April 23. - Naval avia-
tors who are being considered as pi-
lots for the seaplanes of the N.' C.
type in the proposed trans-Atlantic
flight will begin to practice night fly-
ing at the Rockaway station within a
few days to fit them for the overseas
trip, it was announced today. Two.
machines of the F. 5L. type, a smaller
plane than the N. C. craft, will be used
in these tests.
Buy Victory Bonds
Students rpa(a The Daily.-Adv.

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.McGregor Golf Clubs
Lee, Wright & Ditson and Spaulding
Rackets

Tennis Balls

Rackets Restrung

GRAHAM, formerlySheehan &4Co.

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J-HOP PICTURES

LYNDON - 719 N. University

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Individually, and as a nation, we'-
like to get a thing done quickly-and
then get at something else. Our en-
thusiasm and unbounded confidence
when we entered the war were the
amazement of the European.
We came to the front with such
buoyancy, such optimism, such eager-
ness, that we were -told that it was
not a game we were playing but a
mighty serious affair.
We still kept our spirit of assurance,
however, and told them "over there"
that it WAS a game,-the greatest
game ever staged. And we told them
that we were going to win it.
And we did.' We not only won it,
but we won the whole world over to
our idea of going into a thing with
whole-hearted enthusiasm and spirit.
That was what they did over there-
those uniformed boys of ours. And
/we did the same on this side.
There were those who said the Lib-
erty Loans would never be fully sub- -
scribed. We showed them, didn't we?
We oversubscribed them with such
a rush that the pessimists were at a
loss for a word, and the Old World
just stared. We showed them what
America could really do when she got
started.
And we're doing the same with this
loan. Detroit isn't the only city that's
gone over the top.
Watch us!
A NEJW TRADITION
Tuesday 'night the students of the
architectural department inaugurated
a new tradition at Michigan. At mid-
night they walked in a solemn and
mysterious procession, cha.nting a
mournful"dirge, along the walks of
the campus.
White-cowled, and bearing lighted
tapers, they made an impressive ap-
pearance as they wended their way
to the site of an erstwhile architec-
tural atrocity. And here the spirits of
pastarchitects, oftIktinos, of Chris-
topher Wren, led the assembled fig-
ures in prayers and chantings in cel-
ebration of the passing of buildings
that had long since out-lived their
usefulness and beauty.
It was an impressive ceremony--
and it meant more than mere rejoic-
ing at the passing of an old building.
The architects have pledged them-
selves to the furtherance of beauty in
the world, and it was to this end that
theycelebrated the death of an un-
beautiful work.
The ceremony is to be an annual
event. Thus will the architects al-
ways remember that theirs is a pro-
fession to create beauty and to dis-
courage the unartistic. They have
chosen a lofty ideal, and the new tra-

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TONIGHT

"Ike" Fischer and his Jazz Orchestra

$1.00 per couple

Dancing 8-12

- Tickets on sale at Wahr's Bookstore and at the Door -

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The Importance
of Careful Buying-
Our stock is of such variety in Porch

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the master draw iiipaertcr
17 dSgrees
at all stationers
A SPECIAL
-Georgeti
Due to a partic
made in New York
able to offer waists w
from $6 to $io, at thi
Spring's most a
sented in shades of w
peach, League blue
black.
Seeo

It takes eight
months and morC
than half a hun-
dred processes to
make an Eldorado.

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But my' what
pencil!

SHOWING OF

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Dependalhe, Scientific, Drgess
EYE
EXAMINATIONS
S Phone,90 fOr appointment
Em H Arnold
Optometrist 220 S. an St
Sh~orthand' {
*Typewriting
Bookkeeping
Hamilton Business
College
State and William Sta.
DETROIT UNITED LINES '
Between Detroit Ann Arbor and Jackson
(March 30, 1919)
(Central Standard Time)
Detroit, Limited and Express Cars-8:1o a.
n, and hourly to 8:to p. m.
Jackson Limited and Express Cars-7:48
a. n, and every hour to 9:48 p. tn. (Ex-
oresses make local stops west of Ann Arbor.)
Local .Cars East Bound-6:oo' a. m., 9:05 a.
m. and every two hours to 9:05 p. m., 10:50
p. m. To Ypsilanti only, 11:45 .p. m., 19:2o
a. m:, i :1o a.' m., and to Saline, change at
Ypsilanti.°
Local Cars West Bound-6:48 a. m. and
WAI KING LOO
Open from 11:30 a. m. to 12:00 p. m.
Phone 1620-R
1t S.State St. Ann Arbox
Courteous' and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, wvhether the account be large
or small.
The Ann"Arbor Sayings Bank
Incbrporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $550,000.00
Resourees .........$4,000,000A00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron.
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rnd Floor

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THE SUGAR BOWL
Phone 967 109 S. ain St.

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