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MICI

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lusively entitled
of all news d's
otherwise credit-
the local news
University of
morning except
- year.
t Ann Arbor as

o ; Editorial, 2414.
to exceed 300 words,
not necessarily to ap-
evidence of faith, and
be published in The
oft eEditor, if left
Daily notice box in
general library where
3at 7:30 o'clock each
cations will receive no
iscript will be returned
postage for that pur-.
...Managing Editor
. ... Business Manager
r.......Sports Editor
....Telegraph Editor
.....Women's Editor
......Literary Editor
.Publication Manager
.Circulation Manager

are giving their best for the work
Here is another opportunity for the
college man and woman.
LET'S MAKE GOOD
In less than two weeks Michigan
men and women will be scattered to
all corners of the country-aye, of the
world!
They are leaving Ann Arbor to go
out to mix with the world either for
the summer or, in many cases, for
the rest of their lives, and they are
taking with them what represents the
ideas and character of the American
university.
As university men and women they
are sure to be called upon for expres-
sions and opinions on the present
world crisis. They will be looked
upon as representative of America's
thinkers. What will be their answer?
It has been said by Germans-in-
deed, by some of our own people-
that the American schools, and more
especially the universities, are un-
able to cope with serious problems of
the magnitude of the present one. It
has been said with scorn by many
Germans that our American schools
are centers of superficial learning, and
that the men and women they send
forth are not trained to truly think
and act.
It ow lies within our power to
show these malignant critics the stuff
that we, students of a great American
university, are made of. It is for
us to show them that we have not been
idle nor do we intend to be, so long
as civilization itself is threatened.It
is for us to show them that whether
we enlist for farm work, war work,
military service, or further educa-
tion, we have learned to think and to
ac~t with regard to this tremendous
problem. We are equal to it and we
are about to attack it with the spirit
that can only spell victory.

alter R. Atlas
rk K. Ehlbert
lip Slomovitz
tA. Shinkmnan

CARYTI1D

d '~~omnu

"Vampire-Spy Never Wore Stock-
ings Twice"-Headline in the Detroit
News. Once was enough-after ihait
she took up barefoot dancing.t
The First Time We Heard it We At
most Demolished the High-Chair
The chairman of the shipping bo ird4
has placed a sign above his desk r -
minding his subordinates that Noah
was 600 years old before lie knew how
to build an ark, i.e., don't lose your
grip. When we read this little jakil:
we were irresistibly reminded of Noah
and his ark, too.
Guide to THE Gargoyle Joke
We just went over and humbled our-
selves to the ed. to the extent of asking
for space to quote the leading Gargle'
editorial. He reluctantly refused, al-
though granting that it would be a
long day before this gem of self-satire
could be surpassed in the student
publications of the University of Mich-
igan. But we can't resist merely re-
peating "they told usdthe state was
going dry but we couldn't drop down
town long enough to verify the re-
port." Not only were the Garglers ful-
ly cognizant of the final resting-place
of the last legitimately sold drop of
the fiery fluid, but beyond a doubt
their information as to the exact hum-
idity of the state at the present time is
most remarkably comprehensive. Oh,
man-relent and let us enlighten the
gen. pub. on some of their other sobs
-not a chance!
The Provincial Halluieiation That
Profs Cut Some Ice
The Man from Home-What's that
hothouse behind that building for?
We-Why, that's the Natural Sci-
ence building and--
The Gentleman from Indiana-That
lean-to furnishes flowers for the pro-
fessors' desks, eh?"
We-!?**!!
The Hoosier Schoolmaster (after a
while)-Gee the noon whistle is blow-
ing, isn't it?
Ve-(absently)-Uh-huh.
Innocents Abroad- The professors
don't seem to be pouring out of the
buildings very fast.
Here we lie down and require an
R. I. P.

Members of the Freshmen
Glee club are to meet at 7:15
this evening at the city Y. W.

Girls who wish to go in the Morgan
unit of 85 girls should leave their
cards with Louise Potter in Barbour
gynmiasium today.
Office hours of Acting Dean Agnes
E. Wells for the rest of the year are
as follows: 10 to 12 o'clock until
June 24 in Barbour gymnasium, and
by special appointment from 1 to 2
o'clock daily at Newberry residence.
The Newberry residence association
will hold its first annual reunion at
3:30 o'clock on Jtune 26. All former
Newberry girls who are interested ' i
the organization are invited to atten.
Appoint Committee for Y. X. C. A.
Chairmen of committees of the Uni-
versity Y. M. C. A. for the coming
ear; were appointed yesterday by A.
C. Crockett, '19, the newly elected
president of the organization. The
men appointed are: W. M. Bell, '19,
W. H. florrance, '19E, Earl V. Dunn,
'1, Edwin Eubank, '20E, Noble Lan-
dis, '21, R. J. McCandliss, '18, Robert
A. MacDonald, '19, Earl Miles, '21,
C. E. Nash, '19M, P. E. Sutton, '19,
Blake Vinkemulder, Carlton Wells,
'20, and W. K. Chidester, '20.
The final meeting of the Y. M. C.
A. cabinet will be held Saturday aft-
ernoon at 1 o'clock in Lane hall.
iEnglish to Construct 2 New Shipyards
Washington, June 6. - Information
reched the shipping board yesterday
that Great Britain has authorized the
construction of two new shipyards to
have eight ways each for the build-
ing of big steamers. Sites and Wales
have been chosen, away from old in-I
dustrial centers, to prevent conges-
tion and delay.
Use the Daily'classified columns.

Girls'
o'clock
C. A.

,"Come on in,
the water 's fine"

WAHR'SI
UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE

FOR JUNE GRADUA
Some particularly pleasing gifts to be had frc
Pyralin Ivory Goods
Safety Razor Sets
Bristle Goods
Toilet Waters and
THE EBERBACH & SON CO)
200-204 E. Liberty Street
A1
Blue Bok, D4

Bathing Sul
A brand new stock of the best and
Suits ever shown in city

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rry D. Hause
ine Kilpatrick
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aph A. Mayer
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ARE COMING

ALL SIZES AND BEST QUALITY

The Slater Book S

NE 7, 1918.
dlip Slomtovitz
T. McDONALD
). C P. EMERY
J. .EROBIN-
IARY), HAROLD
[TORS -I H. M.
IATION), BRUCE
LVIATION), C. S.
VIATION), IH. G.
CHERMERHORN,
|Y (ORDNANCE),
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-MILD-
RET H.
ASERS,
TORS-
SCHO
T, AUX-

WEAR THEM
Today is the last day seniors have
the opportunity of wearing their caps
and gowns before Commencement.
Many 1918 men will depart from the
University within the next 10 days,
and the number left to partake in
the regular senior activities will be
extremely small.
All seniors should make a special ef-
fort to appear today in their caps and
gowns.
POST UP THE AD
This morning The Daily contains a
full page advertisement concerning
the necessity of Michigan men return-
ing next fall and bringing- back new
students. The best method in which
this fact can be impressed upon the
minds of the students is for boarding
houses, fraternities, and -sororities to
post up this advertisement in a con-
spicuous place.
Foreigners in Chicago have been
found drinking vodka in which snakes
had been placed. We suppose in this
way one sees snakes before and after
the drinking process.
Union May Accept Two Opera Books
-headline. Does this infer there are
to be two operas, one for the men and
one for the women?
Thirty Yanks have defeated 200 Ger-
mans on the Marne. In other words,
one Yank is equal to 6 2-3 Germans.
This is the season for farewells,,
examinations, and June brides.
Let no Michigan man slack this
summer.

Play Ground, Indoor and Tennis
Balls at Cushing's.-Adv.
Base Ball Supplies--all kinds at
Cushing's.-Adv.
Dancing Friday nights at the Arm-
ory.-Adv.

I. 1

AD CHAS-
RTS, AND
RENCE L.

n should do
toward help-
. The coun-
eds the help
in the cause

Moritnri Saiunmus
Now that the Gargle is out with a
full-page farewell cut which hasn't
been used in more than three previous
June numbers we begin to realize that
the time of our columnar demise ap-
proaches and we haul out the old
mortarto mingle the conventional
feelings of joy and regret at parting
with our faithful followers, our more
or less faithful contribs, and the
morning excitement which comes in
betting one's self that the number of
typos in Cary will be nearer nine than
five. Having had a semester of fun
the expense of the world and of the
campus, without arousing anything
worse than the jealousy of our ludic-
rous monthly contemporary, we pre-
pare to go forth into the cold, cold
world ard sorrowfully refrain here-
after from interfering with the des-
tines of page two of the Greatest Morn-
ing Newspaper in Ann Arbor.
M. C. M.
Epstean, ex-'18, in Paris Hospital
Prof. L. C. Karpinski has received a
letter from Clarence Epstean, ex-'18,
who is in a hospital in Paris recuper-
ating form a gas attack. It was not
the gas of the enemy that hurt Ep-
stean, but that of his own lines, which
seemed to go wrong somehow. Par-
ticulars were withheld from the let-
ter h+ te e nsor.
°s that the many good
'°:out the French are not

Military
Uni~forms.

B

DETROIT UNI'
Between Detroit, Ann
(May 14,
Detroit Limited and E:
in., 8::o a. m., and hourly
p. M.
Jackson Express Cars
Ann Arbor)-8:4 a. im.,
to 9:48 P. nm.
Local Cars East Bour
a. m., 7:Qs 5. m. and eve
p. m., 9:p5 p. m., 1:
only, 8:o5 . m., I1:s
:Eo a m., and to Saline
Local Cars Wst Bo
a. in., ia:ao p. in., 12:20

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QUARRY D
PRESCRIPT1
Cor. State and
Pirn/

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IN SERGE OR KHAKI

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Custom-Tailored or Ready-to-Wear.

:re must be no idleness. Mich-
men in the service are giving
ouch for us to disregard. The
ion in France at the present
nt is too much for us to dis-
:. The situation in France at the
at moment is too serious, and
continue to be equally so, until
r calls a halt upon the fighting.
'orces we ,have in the trenches at
nt are rather negligible. At best
3w of the men in the service are!
ins, capable of withstanding the
gic manuevers of the enemy as
ns should. The Allies, aided by
~dful of Americans, must. bld
the Germans, must break own
un efTorts to separate teC flritish
~rench armles uutil the new
s aid becoxes a powerfui f'r,
lege men and women har + a duty
which is greater by all was
<ion.1a-
44 rljd(
cKihat

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HAT CORDS
HAT STRAPS

COLLAR INSIGNIAS

Have you started reviewing? You'd
better.
Oberlin Griad Dies at Brooks Field
L An t
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PUTTEES

o exaggerated, and that
ri>.s ,and willingness to make
n wonderful, le is with
See xepair section in theh gas
a gaadvMee sers.Adv.e
Us The 1 Eni tnsfe iia > n o our advertisers.-Adv.

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Arbor Views.
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We have Kust received a splen-
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at the preser t market prices

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N. University at Thayer

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