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May 25, 1918 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1918-05-25

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THE MCHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, MAY 25,

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"A great net of mercy drawn through
an ocean of unspeakable pain"

SEAL OF BOYS' WORKING RESERVE

PROFESSOR VILL
PAIN BOYS' RESERVE
- MEN UNDER DRAFT AGE
PECIALLY URGED TO
ENLIST
William L. Phelps of Yale
ty will give a lecture in the
s of the boys' working reserve
evening at 7:15 o'clock in
ditoriumz. He will try to in-
all young men between the
16 and 21 in the work of the
greatest difficulty is in ex--
that the boys' working re-
oes not apply alone to boys,
young men," says, Professor
"The college man below the
e is especially urged to look
reserve."
who enlist in the boys' re-
ill be given a wide range from
o choose their occupation for
ring summer. They will be
t only on the farms, but also
ern camps, fruit and stock
and various factories, where
11 be expected to do only the
ork. It is hoped every young
d especially college men, will
kind of productive labor this
*The reserve will find him
ortunity.
ssor Phelps is one of the most
professors at Yale, where he
English language andalitera-
[e is a good speak~er; and us-
lustrates his lectures with
and anecdotes.
ugh the lecture is intended
.y for men, it will be open to
e.
tIAN STITI)ENTS HOLI)
FQRMAL I)ANCE TONI(AT
ers of the Students' society'of1
:arian church will hold an in-
dancing party from 8 to 12
tonight in the Guild rooms at
er of State and Huron streets.
ociety will entertain the 1)e-
nitarian Students' society to-
afternoon and evening at the
Mr. M. E. Osborn, 1015 Pack-
et. The theeting will be held
doors, providing the weather
and a musical program has
raitged, following which, re-
nts will be served.

Students Will See
Bull's "Ityphalo"
Students will be given an oppor-
tunity to see the only living byphalo
ever heard of, when Professor Bull,
of Lumpdick university, -brings his
discovery for exhibition on the cam-
pus on May 29 and 30.
Special arrangements had to - be
made by local enthusiasts to have the
rare animal broug)it here as tele-
grams begging for show engagements
have pored in upon Professor Bull
from all sections of the country. The
place of exhibition has not yet been
determined, inasmuch as there is no
suitable building in the city to hold
the expected crowds. It is possible
that a tabernacle style of temporary
structure will be raised to house the
animal.
The byphalo was shown at Philadel-
phia yesterday to record crowds of
visitors. Creating as much excitement
among the inhabitants as Pegasus did
when he flew his winged steed Beuce-
phalus, monoplane style, over the
heads of his fellow men. Professor
Bull paraded the streets yesterdayA
with the rare animal he recently dis-
covered in the wilds of Africa.
Many red-nosed individuals who
watched the procession thought that
visions had come back to trouble
them,until they were assured by by-
standers that the byphalo was a real
and no imaginary animal.
BURBANK EVOLVES NEW SUPER-
WII V A T A4,TIER 11 YEARS' WORK
A "super-wheat" containing 14 per-
cent gluten has been evolved by Lu-
ther Burbank, the California horicul-
turist, after experiments extending
over a period of eleven years, it was
announced in -Santa Rosa, Cal. The
wheat may be grown in praotically
any climate. It is of the winter va-
riety, hardy, and producing a white
flour.
None of the botany faculty had
heard .of this new wheat, but Prof.
Frederick C. Newcombe, of the bot-
any department, said that if the
wheat came up to these specifications,
it contained 50 percent more gluten
than the best wheat now grown.
Cash or Ex<Ihange fo Medical, Dent-
al, Law Books-Biddle, Nickels Arcade
Bldg.-Adv

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of

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Ann Arbor, we want a little
straight talk with you.
For n early a week you have
heard and read and seen "Red
Cross." By this time everybody
in Washtenaw County ought to know
enough about the purposes of this
Campaign to make action a matter of
a minute.
The Red Cross is right--and necessary.
It is authorized by Congress, presided

over

by the President of the United

States, and audited by the War De-

partment.

The men of Ann Arbor

who have started out today to secure
your contribution for this agency of
mercy are neglecting their own busi-
ness to serve you.

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