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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

.MBER ASSOCIATED PRESS
sociated Press is exclusively entitled
se for republication of all news dis-
redited to it or not otherwise credit-
is paper and also the local news
herein.
newspaper at 'the University of.
Published every morning except
luring the university year.
at the postoffice at Ann Arbor as
ss matter.
Ann Arbor PressrBuilding.
Business, 96o; Editorial, 2414..
nications not to exceed 300 words,
the signature not 6ecessarily to ap-
rint but as an evidence of faith, and
of events will be published in The
the discretion of the Editor, if left
Rior in The Daily notice box in
corridor of the general library where
s are collected at 7:30 o'clock eacti
igned communications will receive no
ion. No manuscript ill be returned
e writer sends posta for that pur.
. McDonald.......Managing Editor
akinson.........Business Manager
hermerhorn, Jr.......Sports Editor
L. Roeser.......Telegraph Editor
. Mighell........Women's Editor
H. Coley.........Literary Editor
holettc......Publication Manager,
Wohl........ Circulation Manager

FOR ALL MICHIGAN MEN

Seniors Hear Ye! Hear Y
IT IS TIME TO LEAVE YOUR ORDER FOR

UPPER ROOM BIBLE CLASS

Saturday Evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.

444 South State Street

Calling Cards

Give it a trial before the year ends

SAMPLES OF CORRECT AND
ENGRAVING NOW

UP-TO-DATE
IN

NIGHT
C. ha.rnes
R. Osius, J.
W. FOX
R. McAlpine

EDITORS
Walter R. Atlas
Mark K. hibert
."Philip Slomovitz
Paul A. Shinkman

It was inevitable that sooner or lat-
er the right name would come and it
will. The soldier wants no Willie
name. He likes to have the fellers
call him Bill. And some "Bill" name
is sure to develop. It may be "Yank"
and it may be "Johnny"' and it may be
nothing derived from the. past. But
when it comes it will have the Amer-
ican punch, an' ye can lay to that.-
Detroit News.
Now that Ann Arbor's Red Cross
quota has ben reached in three days
by volunteer subscriptions, let's go
ahead and "double the quota."
If a roll call were taken of the Ho-
henzollern family it would show every
member present. But how about the
other German families?
Convicts are being drafted into the;
German armies. They will never re-
form now.
Let's do everything to make Mich-
igan a great war university.
No loafers among Michigan men
this summer.

CARYATIDJ

Drawing Cards We HaveKnown
Ad clipped from the Cornell Daily
Sun-"New Musical Show, 75 people
and 60 new costumes."
Late Nominee For the Useless Club
That hot sketch that comes to the
ball game three innings late, crawls
out after every inning and then leaves
between halves of the eighth.
After the Funeral
For Sale-Indian ;notorcycle, $12,
without tires; invalid chair; brass
horns. Call Home East, 3050.-Ad in
Kansas City Star.
Boy, the Long Stilette!
Captain-"Mark time!"
Rookie-"May I borrow a pencil,
sir?"

Sophomores are asked to sign up
for posture examinations immediate-
ly. The list is now posted in the
basement of Barbour gymnasium. No
one can finish the course without tak-
ing this examination.

All articles must be taken out of the
gymnasium lockers before Wednes-
day, May 29, or they will be sold.
Field day will take place at 1:30
o'clock this afternoon, first on Palmer
field, then on the field across from
Barbour gymnasium.
Rnunningo the Scale
Faculty concerts will be given ev-
kr uaprd in tho i n aair

WAHRTBS
UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE

Flashlights
Boat Lights and Spot Lights
You'll want them soon for Spring and
Summer Nights

2T.E EBERBACH
200-204 E.

& SON COMPANY
Liberty Street

REPORTERS
ton Marx Robert C. Angell
Inces Broene K. Frances Handibo
tias Irish Samuel Lamport
sent IH. Riorden Cecelia Foey
a Brown Marguerite Clark
:ph N.YDulBois Roberta L. Berry
rid B. Landis Ethan A. Scholnick
xa . Apel Rila A. Nelson
BUSINESS STAF
A. LeitzingerAHarry D. Hause
- H. Cress Katherine Kilpatrick
incis H. Case Frances H. Macdonald
nry Whiting II Agnes Abele
arge A. Cadwell, jr. L. A. Storrer
nbert H~irsheier Frank N. Gaethker
SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1918.
Sght Editor-James . LMcAlpine
PRODUCE THIS SUMMER
.s the end of the semester ap-
>ahes university men are beginn-
to make plans for their summer
or. Some will continue the same
e of work followed last season,
die others will launch out upon
ne new and novel project. What-
r is the work followed it should
productive. It should be of some
vice to the nation, immediately or
imately.
)uring the past summers students
to found the book-canvassing work
re than profitable. In many cases
books were valuable and the cus-
iers were pleased. But in the ma-
ity of instances, the solicitor used
his main argument the fact that
was needed if he were to continue
education. The altruistic person
s attracted by this appeal and sub-
ibed for the books, though they
e sometimes of no value to him.
t this summer students should
their time to more profitable work
the nation. They should not only
ce a ban on loafing, but they should
duce. Farmers are already calling
men to fill the shoes of those who
e left to enter' the service. Ma-
aiss and factory hands of all sorts
needed in munition industries.
'his summer should be devoted to
nation. It should be used to aug-
it'the army behind the army in the
d. It should be used by university
dents for productive labor.
WHAT'S IN *-NAME?
.bandonng their first device, the
opular "Sammy," the British have
ented a new cognomen for the Am-
an soldiers-"huskies." The ap-
ation was suggested by the robust
earance the Americans presented
the recent parade in London when
b. ' the -king and Lloyd George re-
wed them.
Huskies," though, is not the name
our troops. Dimly we have real-
L- that none of the various terms
ci have been suggested would
:e do. First we had "Amexes," that
viedly mouthful built on an unna-
Ml combination of selected syllables
n the words "American Expedition-
Forces." "Amexes" had only to
suggested to be rejected. Then the
:ish thought of Sammy, a diminu-
of Uncle Sam. But the soldiers
k an instant dislike to it. Then
*e one thought up that boob name
uddes"-and it was hissed out of
ie situation suggests that of the
11 boy whose troubles were versi-

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Place your order for
VISITING CARDS
Now

ery weex urzng the summer session
Headline- "Aviators will win the in Hill auditorium under the auspices
War." of the University School of Music.
And in the winning hand, aces will
be up, kings down./ A summer Choral union, directed
by Earl V. Moore, '16, assistant con-
Disgusting deaths- By lockjaw in ductor of the University Choral union,.
Toledo (contributed by T. Drinker.) will be maintained this year. The
chorus will contribute an important
Same Old Wheeze part in the musical program given
"Oh, my dear," she gurgled, "Champ during the last week of the session in
is so clever. He walks beside me in Hill auditorium.
such a dignified manner. Everybody A

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Have you written your friend
France?

in

and a widespread
country's changing

alertness
needs."

to our

7,000 Jtlchigan
lien in Service
Wilfred B. Shaw, '04, general secre-
tary of the Alumni association, plac-
es 7,000 as a conservative estimate of
the number of Michigan men, gradu-
ates, students and faculty in the na-
tional service at the present time.
This figure, however, is only ap-
proximate, but is constantly being
ratified by the return to the office of
the Association the questionnaires,
some 40,000. of which were sent to all
alumni and former students or their
families. To date records gathered,
by the Alumnus from different sourc-
es list 2,559 former students in vari-
ous forms of service. They are dis-
tributed as follows: Graduates, 262;,
undergraduates, 886; non-graduates,
262; faculty, 84. These total 2,643.
Of these 283 are now in France. The
army claims 1,936, the navy, 458, ma-
rines 26, and non-military, 229.
The undergraduates in this list are
laregly those who have left the Uni-
versity within the last two years. Few
records are available of the large
number of older non-graduates,
though undoubtedly many are in some
form of service.

turns to look and admire as we go
down the street. And, my dear, he
has the most wonderful eyes. I am:
sure he likes me an awful lot already,
he looks at me so sort of wistfully.
The other girls are all just crazy
about him. I am so proud of him. I-
Ah-What?-Is he a junior or a sen-
ior? Oh, my dear, how could you---I
ain talking about Champion, my big
Russian wolf-hound that father gave
me for Christmas."
In these war times every thing
should have a military tinge, even af

DEANS INEL(1iJ UPr1N1 PLEDs{E
FOR WAR SERVICE WORKERS
As a pledge for women entering
upon war service, and as a wartime
resolution suitable for adoption by
organizations as a whole, the follow-
ing statement has been decided upon
by a committee consisting of deans
of women of several of our American
universities and colleges, headed by
Dean Fanny C. Gates of the Univer-
sity of Illinois.
"From this day forth, I promise
myself to plan my life from day to
day in the light of war service: with
thoughtful discrimination between
essentials and non-essentials, to de-
vote my best thought and energy, as
well as my time and money, to- the
cause for which we are fighting: and
to further by earnest efforts in myJ
community a spirit of co-operation

MR. BROWN
Offers men and women high-
est marketable prices for their
old clothes. Anything in the
way of suits, overcoats, or shoes he
will take off your hands. Sell your old
clothes. They are no good to you.
I can use them. You will get your
money's worth. No quibbling to buy
cheap. Their absolute value will be
paid. Men's and women's apparel
both. Call Mr. Claude Brown at 210
Hoover Ave. Phone 2601. He will,
jladly call at your residence.-Adv.
BEUATY SHOP
Miss Mable Rowe, Shampooing, Man-
icuring, Massage and Chiropody. 326
N. 5th Ave., Cor. Detroit St. Open,
evenings by appointment. Phone;
2402.-Adv.
Patronize our advertisers.-Adv.

DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(May £4, 1918)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-7:25 a.
nr,, 8:ro a. in., and hourly to 7:10 p. m., 8:1(
P. Mn.
Jackson Express Cars (local stops west of
Ainn Arbor)--:48 a. m. and every two hou:xs
to 9:48 p. m.
Local Cars East Bound-5:35 a. .n., 6:40
a. n., 7:os a. m. and every two hours to'7:os
P. in.,9:05 p. rn., 1o:5o p. m. To Ypsilanti
only, 8:oS p. mn., ri:S~o p. mn., £2 :2o a. mn.,
r : r a,.in., and to Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound--6:oo a. m., 7:48
a. in., o:2o p. in., 2:2o a. m.

colyum.

If it's only a finishing touch,

Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT, to every custom-
er, whether thetaccount be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $550,000.00
Resgurces .........$4,000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron.
707 North University Ave.
SWAIN has the Fines t
Photographic collection of Ann
Arbor Views. See It.
713 East University

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"Column, halt!"

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LIEUT. E. A. McDONNELL, 'IOE,
DIES IN TEXAS HOSPITAL
Lieut. Edwin A. McDonnell, '10E,
instructor at the United States army
aviation field, San Antonio, Tex., died
in the base hospital at Fort Sam
Houston, Wednesday, as a result of
an operation for appendicitis.
Lieutenant McDonnell enlisted in
the aviation section last June and
after completing his course of avia-
tion in the ground training school at
the University of Illinois lastDecem-
ber, was commissioned a first lieuten-
ant in the United States aviation
corps, January of this year. He was
recently appointed as an instructor of
student aviators at Kelley field. Be-
fore entering the service, McDonnell
was employed as a chemical engineer
in the Studebaker Corporation plant
in Detroit.
Lieutenant McDonnell was a mem-
ber of several campus honorary so-
cieties here and was 30 years old.
Trunks, Suitcases and Bags at rea-
sonable prices. You may trade in your
old Travelling Goods as well as Furn-
iture for New Luggage. F. W. Wil-
kinson, 325 S. Main St. Phone 24.-,
Adv.
Dancing Friday nights at the Arm-
ory.-Adv.

Clothes are more snappy
than ever this spring.

We guarantee the fit when
you buy them.

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rHE
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Get that light-weight suit
now. We have a complete
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They are both delicious and
Wholesome
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"Father calls me William,
"Mother calls me Will,
"Sister calls me Willie,
"But the fellers call me Bill.'

116E.m CORBET~" T heYon
LIBERTY Mens Shop"

Thesis Typewritten by - Biddle,
Nickels Arcade Building.-Adv.

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