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K. IS ..\ b[ WEDNESDAY, JUNE

SOCIATED PRESS
'ess is exclusively entitled
iblication of all news dis-
t or not otherwise credit-
nd also the local news

a nwspaper at the University of
n, ublished every morning except
during the university year.
ed at the postoffice at Ann Arbor as
Mass ,l'atter. .
a; Ann Arbor Press Building.
s: Business, 960; Editorial, 2414.
rnications not to exceed 30o words,
d, the signature not necessarily to ap-
print but as an evidence of faith, and
of events will be published ii The
t the discretion of the Editor, if left
office or in The Daily notice box in
an corridor of the general library where
oces are collected at 7:30 o'clck each
asi ed communications will receive no
aton. No manuscript will be returned
he writer sends postage for that pur
T. McDonald......Managing Editor
Makinson .........Business Manager
Schermerhorn, Jr.. Sports Editor
SL,. Roeser.........Telegraph Editor
c .Mlhll.......Womens Editor
ft; coley. ,...... Literary Editor
Cholette......Publication Manager
Woh .........Circulation Manager
NIGHT EDITORS
C. BarnTs Walter R. Atlas
R. Osius, Jr. Mark K. Ehlbert
W. Fox %Philip Slomovitz,
. McAlpine Paul A. Shinkman
REPORTERS
Marx Robert C. Angell
Broene K. Frances Handibo
rish Samuel Lanport
H. Riorden Cecelia Fohey
'awn Marguerite Clark
. DuBois Roberta L. Berry
Landis Ethan A. Scholnick
Apel Rilla A. Nelson
BUSINESS STAFF
iitirger Harry D. lause
Cress Katherine Kilpatrick
H. Case Frances H. Macdonald
Vhiting II Agnes Abele
AN adwell. Jr. Ralph A. Mayer
dirsheimer. Frank N. Gaethke
WDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1918.
Etor-Charles R Osius, Jr.
LIZE THE LOAN FUNDS
g with the question of how to
te the enrollment at the Uni-
for next year, which is one of
portant problems that must be
y the campus, is the question of
There are many prospective
s that are unable to come here
w of their financial condition.
e are various loan funds, lying
the present time, which have
reated for the express purpose
ing such students as could not
to go through the University
r own means. During the past
specially these funds have been
ally idle, and no use whatever
n made of them except to draw
it.
Is manisfestly one method that
en neglected in the securing of
s for Michigan. The funds are
or the especial purpose of help-
dents. Not a few perhaps could
een induced to come here this
funds should be u'sed next year
r fullest extent. It should not
d to find men and women will-
I eager to come to college and
strained by their lack of finac-
e must try to get all the new
,s we can for our University,
loan funds will go a long way
re some of them.
EH OF COLLEGE TRAINING
t is a college education worth
of war? So many people late-
been saying: "I'll be in the
s soon, and tihen what good
y work at Ohio State univer-
>me in fighting against the
United States is in the war
e world may enjoy freedom
mocracy. Before this freedom
nocracy can be brought about,
iser and the German people
arn many elementary courses
are a part of the every-day
gs of a university like Ohio

his old clothes during the war. This
isn't a bad example for all of us to
follow.
The student who boasted through
the semester that he never cracked a
book has changed his attitude now.
We don't doubt that a summer on a
farm will bring about a better ap-
preciation of college life.
Four hangings scheduled for the
month of June.-Headline. What is
so rare as a day in June?
Be sure to bring back a freshman
in the fall.
GIRLS ASKED TO SIGN UP FOR
GENEVA SUMMER CONFERENCE
Girls who expect to attend the Gen-
eva summer conference this vacation,
from Aug. 20 to 30, have been asked
to register immediately at the Y. W. C.
A. office in Newberry hall. This camp
is annually held under the auspices of
the Y. W. C. A., for college women
'from Minnesota, Iowa, North Dakota,
South Dakota, Wisconsin, Illinois, In-
diana and Michigan.
The campers will have a systematic
schedule planned for them, beginning
at 8:30 o'clock in the morning and
closing at noon. The afternoons will
be free, except from 2 to 3 o'clock, a
period which is reserved for resting.
Classes in Bible study related to pre-
sent questions, history of the world
war, its accompanying effects, and
association technique will be given.
More information concerning this con-
ference, may be obtained from Miss
Seigworth at the Y. W. C. A. office
in Newberry hall.
ATHENA LITERARY SOCIETY
ELECTS OFFICERS FOR '18-'19
Athena literary society held its fin-
al meeting of the year Monday evening,
and elected the following officers for
the coming year: President, Vera An-
drus,''19; vice-president, Ida Mines,
'20; secretary, Ruth Norton, grad.;
treasurer, Celia Girardin, '20; ora-
torical delegate, Anna McGurk, '20.
Mrs. Margaret D. Yale, grad. president
of the society was made an honorary
member, and the outgoing seniors
were made associate members of the
organization.
Athena is the only women's society
on the campus whose object has been
to develop an interest in oratorical'
activities.

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No Experience necessary.
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Overheard on thw rdilevard- --
"Isn't the sky beautiful?"
(sss-sh- Don't ansver; we wat
save that as an original remark
spring tomorrow night.)

to
to

The profewho gets the loudest hand
at the end of a course may well con-
template whether the cause was its
merits or the fact that the tragedy is
almost at an end.
Then He Tried the Sign Laguage
Sign in Paris-Speak English; we
don't understand your French.
American Soldier-- Laad me to a
place where I can get filled up with
real grub.
fovernnwzt Servce
All the little recruitig devices which
Uncle Samuel has ever tried look
like dilapidated "Please" signs beside
the irrestible offering of the faculty
of this institution- exemption from
exams
Of course we understand that. iany
of the most resonant voices of the
Glee club are now shouting Spuds
riht, but we expected the plea for
help to come from the audience, not
from the club.
' Kamnier d*
German submarine captains aro cer -
tainly looking for capture and clen-
ency. First they. come over here to
hunt for a sinking; then they pick
out the smallest victims they (an find
to sink; and to cap the clima:< tkey
do the unheard-of thing among H mI
brethern-give the men on some of
the boats 10 minutes to get of. The
modern Attila evidently ges cold feet
when he finds himself some ',000umiles
from home.
Nappy Th oughts
"Last lecture in THAT stuff!"
"Never again to climb those stairs."
"When's your last one?"
Four hangings are scheduled for the
month of June. Altogether the Social
Secretary has her hands full covering
the events of the moon of roses.
- The (ift of Tongues
Foreign correspondents tell us that
French generals have a habit of bright-
ening up and crying "Magnificent ,,
when they see the American troops in
action. It is passing strange how
fast the king's English jumps into
favor wherever introduced.
The food administration wants us to
eat fish because they feed themselves,
All the beef, pork, and mutton we have
known during life did likewise.
TYPEWRITING
Prompt service and neat work.
Prices right. Sales, rentals, and re-
pairs. G. E. Washington, 8 and 9 Ann
Arbor Savings Bank Bldg. PYhone
866.-Adv.
MR. BROWN
Offers men and women highest
marketable prices for their old clothes,
Anything in the line of suits, over-
coats, shoes, one-piece dresses or shirt
clothes. They are no good to you
waists he will take off your hands.
I can use them. You will get your
money's worth. No quibbling to buy
them 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
gladly call at your residence.-Adv.

Kappa Alpha Theta and Alpha Phi
will play baseball at 4 o'clock this
aLternoon, on the field a'cross from
arbour gymnasium. C1hi Omega and
lPi I ca Phi will play at 5 o'clock.
There will be an open meeting of
the Y. W. C. A. cabinet at 1 o'clock
this afternoon in Newberry hall.
All girls who are expecting to go
Vnthe11 Dbryan unit 01' 85 girls should
fill out their cards and turn them in
al s -I Ptter im harbour gymnasium~
(lie Friday.
cke~s for the senior wn., '
breakfast and house-party are on
s,4 trom 9 to 12 o'clock and from 1
S4 Oi tay and too'row in
'i cy 'sil y hall. tOtly a limited naon-
~ uC t se tickets will be sold.
Copies o' the 'Suggestive Menus"
r' members of the food course are
' ~athk <A ithe office of the dean of
womflent

STRAVELING CASES
for Enlisted Men and Tourists
Cases are made of Khaki and Water-proof
1material, plain or fitted
TH, EBERBACH & SON COMPANY
200-204 E. Liberty Street

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All tIhose desiring to go
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cation are asked to register
ately.

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FESTIVAL VISITORS
will find

Sh'lior wonen who wish to enter

Ihsine life are given a good op-
po't unity o do so by Mat ttail Ve pternnwni't position
C. In a letter addressed to Acting as secretary to a girl famliar with
1 s;n Agnes E. Wells, they ask that Ketmgr: h work. who has a knovi-
'r:nces Laop. '14, their representa- edge 1 th istry,'and who possesses
ve. be allowed to talk to those inter- initiative and a good ersonality. The
std. and that' she have personal hours are from 9:00 to 5:00 o'clock,
(n('Oferen(''s with thbenJm i.n. 10 Thoie with a salary of- between $20 and $25
inerested, are asked to let Miss Wells Ipe. week. Those interested are asked
now tolay at 5 o'clock if the date ) report today to Louise Potter, '16,
be satis factory. >:Ba rhou~r gyinnasntm.
Seniors from Detroit or vicinity are Base Ball Supplies--all hinds at
mvited to be('ome members of the 1Cushing's.-Adv.

Gilberts
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Women's League Committees Named
The acting committees of the Wom-
en's. league for the year 1918-19 have
been appointed yesterday by Doris Mc-
Donald, '19, president of the league.
The chairmen are as follows: Mem-
bership, Elsie Erly, '20; intercollegi-
ate, Ida Belle Guthe, '19; banquet, Ada
Arnold, '19; war work and Red Cross,
Florence Field, '20; social service,
Flora Belle Ellis, '20; house commit-
tee, Ella Rasmussen, '19; poster com-
mittee, Ethel Glauz, '19; point system,
Esther Pafenbach, '21; publicity, Mar-
guerite Clark, '21, and dramatic com-
mittee, Winifred Parsons, '19.
Miss Wilbur Studying at Chicago
lone Wilbur, School of Music, is at
present in Chicago where she will
study for a short period of time pre-
paratory to entering upon a Chatau-
qua engagement for the summer.
Falice Parker, '18I, Gets War Position
Falice Paker, '18, leaves this week
to accept a war position with Parke
Davis and Co., doing research work.
She will return to Ann Arbor for
commencement to receive her diplo-
ma. Miss Parker is a member of the
Collegiate Sorosis.
Class Dancing Monday and Thurs-
day evenings at the Packard.--Adv.
Rugs cleaned and washed. Satisfac-
Lion guaranteed, Koch and Henn.-
7402.-Adv.
Watch The Daily Classified column.

Have you sent

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Phone 308
DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(May 14, 1918)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-7:25
r., 8: io a.'m., and hourly to 7:ro p. M., 8:
p. Mn.
Jackson Express Cars (local stops west
Ann Arbor)-._8:48 a. In., and every two hou
to 9:48 p. m.
Local Cars ,East Bound-5:35 a. m., 6:
a. m., 7:05 a. m. and every two hours to 7:
p. in., 9:05 p. n., o:5o p. n. To Ypsila
only, 8 :o5 p. in.; rir:5u P. in., 12 :2oa.n
i :xo a ,m., and to Saline, change at Ypsilar
Local Cars West Bound-6:oo a. m., 7:
a. 1n., 10:20 p. n.. 12:20 a. m.

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TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and 'Surplus, $550,000.00
Resources........$4,000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron.
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he kaiser should be forced to
e daily lesson of civilization.
ds a four years' university
condensed into one short year
surprises. First, we would
o his head a thorough knowl-
international law; following
ee-hour course with the First
es of Civilization, Plain, Solid
erical Decency, First Lessons
iand the Ethics of Humanity.
is a college education worth?
not only practical training
ds in the money-making pow-
stgraduates, but addsto this
ity to fight to the last for
hich our University has made
us - the ideals of truth, jus-
right living. - Ohio State
hearing our barber tell of
se ina barbercollege, we
if he didn't specialize in ora-

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