THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Cost of Victory
Let us not hesitate to do our duty. Every- war in which
this country has been engaged has taken a great toll of
lives and of dollars and has exacted untold sacrifices. Our
people have always faced the wars, counting nothing of
more importance than to emerge from the fray with vic-
tory perched upon our banner. The Flag' has been car-
ried through rivers of blood. It has withstood the fierce
hail or bullets from the enemy's guns. But in every case
our men have carried it through until our enemies were
overthrown. Now that Our Flag is at the front, with loyal
men to carry it once more to Victory, we know that Our
Victory lies ahead. We know that rivers of blood and
storms of leaden bullets must be faced before the Victory
shall be ours. Perhaps this will be the bloodiest fight and
it may exact a greater toll of lives than any war in his-
tory.' Knowing all these things, yet our men do not flinch.
They are ready for the combat. Knowing that the enemy
is ahead of them they are even anxious to get in the tren-
ches where blow after blow can be dealt our foe until the
cause of Liberty is Won and Our Flag once more flies un-
challenged by any foe on land or sea.
Our First Step
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