1 we have the
s concentrate I
the nation as
that's a diffe:
The attendance committee will
all kinds of reports of wrecks,
trains, and so forth, within the
In our schools - and colleges there
was a great decrease in attendance in
the fall of 1917. Yet what can we ex-
pect for the fall of 1918'unless we
start now in this move for concert-
e1 and concentrated effort?
This is America's big year; it is her
opportunity. And America will fail
dismally unless all of her peoples,
from the Atlantic to the Pacific, join
bands in a campaign of concentrated
effort. Such would be a great resolu-
tion for 1918.
Didja have a good time?
Remember the "revival of learning"
starts the 28th.
We wish all men in the service a
scrappy New Year.
Camouflage repeats itself in the lat-
est German peace offer.
Will be rather funny to hear the
Questions which -explorer. Stephans-1
son, who has been in the Arctic re-
gions for three years, will ask.
Yes, it will be light when we go to
ithose eight o'clocks, but when we
PROF. DOWRIE TO ADVISE
FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION
Prof. George W. Dowrie of the econ-
omics department, will act as advisor
to the local National Farm Loan As-
sociation to be formed among Wash-
tenaw county farmers. The Ann Arbor
grange is behind the movement, and
has appointed Horace Barnard, E. E.
Calkins, and R. F. Brokaw as a com-
mittee to take charge of the matter.
The committee is desirous of getting
in touch with all farmers who wish to
take advantage of the five and one-
half per cent interest rate offered by
the system, whether for the purpose of
obtaining a new loan or refunding an
FACUJLTY M1EM~BERS REPRESENT
IMVERS IY A N INEAPOLIS.
Six members of the faculty repre-
sented the University at the meetings
of the Biological societies held in
Minneapolis last week.
Prof. Warren P. Lombard and Dr.
0. M, Cope presented results in their
recent investigations in physiology to
the Federation of American Societies
for Experimental Biology.
Prof. A. Franklin Shull, a men
the' executive committee of the.
ican society of Zoologists, attend
nmeetings of that organization.
on anatomy were presented by
G. Carl Huber, Wayne J. Atwe
Stacey R. Guild to the American
ciation of Anatomists.
The Daily's specialty' In ser
*veryone. Lot us serve you.-
Our January Clearance Sale
Thousands of Dollars worth of Winter Stock-all must go.
re Sliding Down to Lowest Prices on Everything Man Wears.
"Buy Up Now"
its from $18.50 to $25.00
NOW $11.75 to $17.50
SPECIAL FOB 'OPEN.
ING DAY OF SALE
2 FOR 25c
"Supply Future Needs"
O'coat from $15 to $27.50
FOR $9.75 to $19.50
ouser Values $3.50
$5 to $10 Bath Robes $3.89 to $6.89
j ,BIG SHOWING IN 'HEN'S
... . . .6.79
60 doz. Phoenix Men's Half
Hose, fast color, 35c quality
29c; 4 Pairs for $1.00
3RED . a OnS
309 S. Main St.
$1.00 Shirts.. ...........690
3 for $2.00
$1.50 Shirts ..............$1.19
3 for$3. ..$.1
$2.00 Shirts .,. ........ $1.69
3 for $4.7&i
$3.50 Sltirts '.........$2.b9
$5.00 Shirts ............. $3.89
THE WAR TAX