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KHAKI AND VACATION
The government is doing everything it can to make
the well known assertion, "A million men will
spring to arms over night in case of war", a true
one. R. O. T. C. organizations in a number of uni-
versities, a nationalized militra, short enlistments in
the regular army, and a well organized and grow-
ing reserve are parts of a great campaign to achieve
a citizen soldiery which will be able to meet emer-
gencies when they may arise.
Still another method for attaining, this ideal is
that of conducting training camps for civilians dur-
ing the summer, known as Citizens Training camps.
These camps are practical training schools in mil-
itary science, administered by officers of the regu-
lar army. The government pays all expenses, in-
cluding transportation, and furnishes food and
clothing. Physically fit rnen between the ages of
seventeen and twenty-seven are, eligible, and each
is allowed his, choice among the several branches
of the service.
The government has made special provision for
college men not eligible for R. O. T. C. carps, since
it especially aims to give these men the advantage
of military training. College menu in fact, are
highly desired, as the need for trained and intelli-
gent officers is particularly acute in an emergency.
Any man might do well to grasp such an oppor-
tunity as this. Four weeks' vacation without cost,
spent partly in acquiring special knowledge, partly
in outdoor exercise, and partly in wholesome recrea-
tion, is at least worthy of consideration. Besides,
there may be a commission somewhere at the end
of it.
ADOPTING OUR OWN OFFSPRING
A favorite plot for the old-fashioned melodrama
had a climax in which the poor orphan who had
.been adopted by a wealthy benefactor discovers
said plutocrat to be his father. Much like this sort
of episode was the discovery of one of The Daily's
own editorials in its "Others Say" column last
Wednesday, - though it was masquerading under
a by-line Which gave the McGill Daily credit for
original publication.
"College' Reputations",was evidently copied by
the McGill Daily, with the omission, probably by
mistake; of the proper by-line. Evidently it struck
a responsive. chord, for from the date of its publi-
cation in The Daily, January 6, it has been rocket-
ing about the country front one college newspaper
to another, until at the present time few of the
larger publications have failed to run it.
But the ubiquitous by+line, "from the McGill
Daily", stayed ,with the editorial wherever it went,
until even the author was doubtful of it's author-
ship. Finall'y The Daily's clipper, drivel to a sort.
of desperation by the perennial appearance of the
thing decided to clip it and run it in the comtempor-
ary column. He did, and gave the McGill sheet
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How Ro nstic!
I've often wondered who he is,
And how he keeps his hair so slick;
I never yet have glimpsed his phiz,
But still for love I'm growing, sick.
He's always there when I arrive,
With classic head turned toward the front,
And after class although I strive
To see him, 'tis too hard to hunt.
His ears are exquisitely formed,
I note his collars always clean.
How strange, to say my heart is stormed
By him, whose face I've never seen.
And yet, were I to have a chance
To learn my hero's .history,
I'd hesitate, by word or glance,
To spoil the charming mystery.
- Iva Penn.
Suggestions -
How to get the crane out of the Clements library:
"Get an airplane, fly over the building, and have
one of the Westerners club lasso the crane. Then
lift it out through the top."
Respectfully submitted,
A Member of the Easterners Club."
In ,Naughty Naughty
In suggesting the new dance ordinance the city
seems to 'be trying to get even with this generation
of University students for the acts of our student
ancestors who passed a regulation that Ann Arbor
streets should be paved in gold, and who at one
time even elected all the city officers from the stu-
dent body.
. And They're in College
One of the University prbfessors is departing
for a trip to the Philippines. As a farewell present
he was given a Panama hat. ,
It is hard-to believe that this is a joke on the
professor. The givers must have their geography
mixed.
Famous Closing Lines.
"What a conceited ass !" exclaimed the farmer as

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