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November 21, 1917 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1917-11-21

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NG P E O P L E Y. M.C. A. cabinet will meet at 3:30
VOICES IN CON. o'clock this afternoon.

ws dis- W e wno are rortunate enougn to be
credit able to remain in the university can
31 news
not fail to recognize that it is an
sity of act of heroism for us to aid a worthy
except cause, but recognizing small requests
for support, forgetfulness and indif-
ference are probably the greatest ob-
Sub. stacles to be niet. The contribution
S Sup box for cigarettes and candy for the
Sboys in France is passed thoughtless-
Iwordsly each day.
>e pub Resolve to make a sacrifice, and you.
Arbor shall recieye your reward in satisfac-
he wet tion.--Daily Illini.
k each-
ditor "Keep the soldiers in good spirits"
[anager is evidently the motto of a Mt. Clem-
--- ens woman who has been arrested for
ark, Jr. bootlegging to men in uniform.
in, Jr.
Mla he war may be over in a week,
now that Lloyd George says the U-
Cooleyboats have been overcome.
-ne, Jr. - -
anager Times will have to become pretty
anager :lull at home before her letters fail
anager to make him think he missed some-
anager thing.
Roeser If the war were only carried on ex-
tensively in China, Turkey, and Japan
Ric the linotype men would be satisfied
AlPine that they have performed their duty
Brown in life.
Money as well as sympathy is need-
Gates3d for the war fund.
Hause ---
heimer It's getting to be a question of news-
paper editions to keep track of who ia
running Russia. ,
.Money as well as sympathy is need-
1917. one hour and another the next.


' Vocational conference committee of

Greeting C

Editor, The Michigan Daily:

The drawing together of the Eng-
lish-speaking nations-for the British
"Empire" is now correctly understood
to be but a great commonwealth of
pations, a larger English-speaking
United States-makes it eminently
fitting that this relationship should
be recognized in our patriotic mass
meetings. At the concerts held on
ocean liners, Americans and Britons
have often joined their voices in sing-
ing the splendid verses of the inter-
national hym to the common anthem
of "America" and "God Save the King."
May I here echo the request of Major-
General J. F. Bell, U. S. A., in yester-
day's New York Times that the sing-
ing of these verses be encouraged.
"If, on proper occasion," said Gen-
eral Bell, "the singing of these inter-
national words could be encouraged
it would at the least tend to cultivate
,cordial relations with a nation which
for many years has endeavored to
manifest cordial friendship for us.
The first and last verses of this in-
ternational hymn are: -
Two Empires by the sea,
Two Nations greatand free
One Anthem raise.
One race of ancient fame,
One tongue, one faithawe clai'm,
One God, whose glorious name
We love and praise.
Now, may the God above,
Guard the dear lands we love,
Both East and West.
Let love more fervent glow,
As peaceful ages go,
And strength yet stronger grow,
Blessing the blest.
I would offer the suggestion that
the words of these stanzas be added
to those of "America" in the future pro-
grams in which our national anthem
is printed, to the end that they be
learned by heart.
Meeting of Lotal Chapter of D. A. R.
The, Sarah Caswell Angell chapter of
the Daughters of the American Revolu-
tion will entertain from 2:30.to 5 o'clock
this afternoon at the home of Mrs. C.
W. Gill. Each member is requested
to bring one friend.

the Women's league will meet at 4:30
o'clock this afternoon with Dean Myl-a
B. Jordan, 1215 Hill street.
Mrs. I. R. Reilly will give lessons
in knitting at Angell house today.
Judiciary council of the Women's
league will meet at 11:30 o'clock to-
day at Newberry hall.
Sophomore basketball practice at
3:30 o'clock this afternoon. Freshmen
will practice at 3:30 and 4:30 o'clock
this afternoon.
The class in playground meets at
1:30 o'clock this afternoon. Registra-
tion inthe course will be closed at
this time.
Military marching is scheduled for
2:30 o'clock this afternoon, and will
take place out. of doors unless it
Girls desiring to earn two athletic
honor points by takingi charge of ap-
paratus- squads at 10:30, 1:30, and
2:30 o'clock on Thursdays should con-
sult Miss Alice Evans at Barbour
gymnasium at once.
Women who wish to attend the
Northwestern game Saturday should
make arrangements at once at the
Union. Compartments can be secured
for groups of four. A special car will
be secured if 35 girls signify their in-
tention of going.
Point system statistics should be
turned in to Sue Verlenden, '26, 120.5
Hill street.
The Women's league will hold the
regular Friday afternoon party this
week. Speakers will discuss war work
for women, and the recenstru tion
work in France.
Miss Anna Pyott, national Y. W. C.
A. secretary, will speak on "Women's
War Work" at 8 o'clock tonight at the
Presbyterian church.
Last year we sold completely out
before Christmas and we therefore ad-
vse you to buy early. We have a very
artistic line and we bought before the
rise in prices. Lyndon, Photographer.
719 N. University.-Adv.

This year's

samples are~ nusually good -ask to see'
and leave your order NOW


We have a complete stock of
. Flashlight Batteries
Switzer's Hardware
SPECIAL This week only


Pound Michigan Seal Stationery
Packages Envelopes, to match


Extension Lectures
Prof. R. D. T. Hollister will give
a reading of "The Rivals" tonight at
Marshall. a l s
Prof. J. G. Winter will lecture on Brinag them here to be sharpened.
"The Track of Ulysses" tonight in Satisfaction guaranteed. HAND WORK.
Each blade separately honed and hair.
O}W sso. tested, Double edge .Si per doz.
Siaale edge 25c per doz.


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In these days of agitation, let us
fail. listen with profit to the earnest, kind-
in ly suggestions offered on every side,
on- on every subject pertaining to our


n's needs and duties.

* I

Let us also remember, "Judge not,
that ye be not judged."

ver else About that girl knitting a green
alter the sweater: I know a stud-ent who is
earning her Liberty Bond pledge and
at many her student Friendship pledge by
solicit- knitting adult sweaters and infant
11 be re- sweaters of blue-and of pink. All
re is no summer she has been knitting for the,
t giving soldiers, and still gives a part of each
ssary'no day for her army knitting and two
.y in or- hours a week for Red Cross work.
as she If she were to carry the wrong color
of yarn to a public place, she would
ard that not fret over the scorn of a neigh-
t as yet bor who did not understand "Judge
expected Not." .

Girls' Glee Club Give Dance Soon
The girl's glee club is working on
their program for the all-campus
dance which they are planning to give
Saturday afternoon, December 15, in
Barbour gymnasium.

Andrews Talks to Foresters Tonight
Mr. H. J. Andrews, instructor in for-
estry, will talk informally to the mem-
bers of the Forestry club at 7:30
o'clock Wednesday evening, in room
214 Natural Science building.
Dance at Armory every Saturday
night. 9 to 12.-Adv.
Officers' Uniforms and accessories
G. H. Wild & Co.. State Streett-Adv



Phone 308
Cor. Stateand University
We have both the inclination and
the equipment to furnish the
best in banking service
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital and Surplus $ 500,000.01
Resources . . . $4,000,000.0
Northwest Corner Main and
Huron Streets
707 North University Avenue
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jacks,
(Effective -May 22, 1917)
Detroit Limited and- Express Cars-7:3;
In., 8:xo a. m., andshourly to 7:10 p. M.,
p. in.
Kalamazoo Limited Cars-8:48 a. m.
every two hours to 6:48 o. n.; to Lani
,:48 p. M,
Jackson Express Cars ,local stops m es.
Ann Arbor)-9:48 a. In. and evey two i
to 7:48 p. m.
Local Cars East Sound.-5 :35 a. in.,
a. m., 7:o5 a. m. and every two hoiarsto
P. in., 8:05 P. iM.. 9:05 p. In., 10:50 p.
To Ypsilanti only. 9:20 a. n.. 9:50 a
2:b5 ; im. 6:os P. M, 9:45 p. mI. IT:45 p.
(2:20 a--Ili.- I: jI'a . i.,I : zo a. In. 1'0 ;al
change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West ound- :os a. m,
a. m".,0:2t . it., 12:20Ea.TE.
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effort to
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Arbor that
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A Reader of The Michigan Daily.
Wisconsin Dean to Speak Friday
Mrs. Lois Mathews, dean of women
at the University of Wisconsin, and
Esther Braley, '98, librarian at the
Western State normal will speak on
war work for women at the Women's
league party at 3:30 o'clock Friday
at Sarah Ca'swell Angell hall.
Miss Braley is in personal touch
with the French reconstruction com-
mittee in New York, having spent her
summer vacation in that 'work. The
program promises to be of value to
all those interested in war recon-
struction work. Dancing will follow,
the program.




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If you have not already registered for
transportation on the special train to
Chicago for the Michigan-Northwest-
ern football-game, to leave Ann Arbor
at 10 P. M., Friday, Nov. 23rd, please do
so at once in order that ample equip-
ment may be provided to accommo-
date the large number who will go.



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