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INBIYIDUAL. SAYINGS
PRIVATE RESOURCES NEEI) OR-
,ANIZING, SAYS MR. VAN-
DERLIP
New York, Jan. 5.-That war must
be won by money saved by the people
in their private buying, and'not taken
from their bank accounts, is the state-
ment of Mr. Frank A. Vanderlip, presi-
dent of the City National bank of New
York, and chairman of the national
war savings committee, in the an-
uual financial review of the New York
Evening Post.
Mr. Vanderlip says, in part: "It is
inconceivable that Germany can ulti-
mately be victorious over the British
Empire and the United States, but it
is conceivable that the war may drag
on for years at a fearful cost, if the
people of this country fail to put their
full weight into it. Undoubtedly we
have the resources to b a decisive
factor, but we must bring our resourc-
es to bear effectively on the situation.
"This war is primarily an industrial
undertaking, Our effectiveness in it
will be measured by the degree in
which we give our industrial capacity
over to it. If we try to create credit
for the government by borrowing at
the banks for the purpose of subscrib-
ing to the government loans while
spending ourselves as usual, we shall
iner se the demand for labor and
mate ials without increasing the sup-
ply, with, the result that prices will
be forced up higher. In other words,
we shall have pure inflation, the pur-
chasing power of the government's
income will be correspondingly dimin-
ished, and the whole business situa-
tion will be weakened and made dan-
gerous. We cannot give purchasing
power to the government and still use
it ourselves. We deceive ourselves
and defraud the government if we try
to do It. Every dollar we pay into the
government treasury must be accom-
paned by a corresponding curtail-
ment of our own purchases.
"We can raise any amount of money
that the government can spend, if the
government's expenditures take the
place of our own demands on the
workshops, and no amount of new
credit that we can create will enable
the government to supply its needs, if
we go on buying for our private
purposed as usual. It will be just the
same as trying to finance the war with
paper money, which by the way, many;
people thing entirely feasible, because
they lose sight of the fact that what
is wanting is not facilities for making
payments, but facilities for makingi
things."
LAW FACULTY hELP STUDENTS
TO ANSWER DRAFT QUESTlONS
The Law school faculty, as asso i-
xte members of the legal advisoy{
board of Michigan, will act as advis-
ors to student in making out theirf
questionnaires. Attorneys all over the
country have been sworn by the gov-
ernors of their respective states for
twenty days free service to the gov-
ernment in helping men subject to the
draft to make out their papers pro-,
perly.'
The last forms must be in by a1.
11. Any student may have personal
legal help by presenting himself ati
room D of the Law building, whereI

AUNURI LHhIJL IN
ANN ARBOR CHURCHES
First Methodist Episcopal Church
Class meeting at 9:30. Morning!
service and dedication of service flag
at 10:30, with address by the Rev. A.
W. Stalker. Cuild meeting at 6:30.
Dr. Minakuchi will speak at 7:30 (cen-
tral tiie) in the church.
Presbyterian Church
Sermon by the Rev. L. A. Barrett
at 1.0:30. Subject, "The Essential Ele-
nent in Religion." Service flag will
be unfurled at this service. Bible
school following morning service, ,and
evening service at 7:30 with address
by Hon. R. P. Hobson on "War Time
Prohibition." Young People's meet-
ing at 6 o'clock.
St. Andrew's Church
All services will be held on eastern
time. Holy communion at 7:30. Holy
communion with sermon by Dr. Tat-
lcck at 10:30. Afternoon service with
short talk by Mr. Harris at 4:30.
Second Baptist Church
Sermon at 10.30 by the Rev. J. B.
Pharr on "Inspection." B. Y. P. U.
meeting at 6:30, and evening service
at 7:30, with sermon on "An Admoni-
tlon For the New Year.'
Bethel A. M. E. Church
"The Consciousness of a Sinful
State" subject of sermon at 10:30 by
the Rev. J. A. Charleston. Cla'ss meet-
ing at 11:45 and evening worship at
7:30 with subject, "Strength in God."
'
Zion Lutheran Church
Morning sermon .on "Jesus Revealed
as the Christ" by the Rev. E. C. Stell-
horn. Evening sermon on "Leaving
J.lhn and Following Jesus." English
services at 8:30 and 7:30. German
sermon at 10:30.

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addresses by Dr. T. M. Iden,
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Bethlehem ,German Evangelical
Church
English service at 9 .o'clock by the
Rev. G. A. Neumann. Sunday school
at 9:45 and German service at 10:45.
Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church
Morning worship with sermon by
the lev. Lloyd M. Wallick on "God's
Signs." Sunday school at 11:45 and
.vening sermon at 7:30 on "The Vis-
ion of God."
Unitarian Church
Morning service at 10:30 with ad-
dress by Milton E. Osborn on."The
Crusades and War; a Parallelism.""
Students' society at 6:30 with address
by Prof. H. A. Gleason.
First Church of Christ (Scientist)
Morning service at 10:30 with sub-
ject "God." Testimony Wednesday
.evening at 7:30.
Seventh Day Adventist
Evening service at 7:30 on "After
the 'World War; What? Are the pros-
pects bright for an enduring peace?"
Broadway ll. E. Church
Class meeting at 9:3.. Christiaa
Endeavor at 6 o'clock and evening ser-
vice at 7 o'clock.
German M. E. Church
Sunday school at 9:30 and morning
worship at 10:30 with sermon by the
Rev, H, Bau. Evening service in Eng-
'lish at 7 o'clock (Central time),
St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran
Church
Morning sermon at 10:15 (court
house time) on "The Baptism of
Christ" by the Rev. H. A. Brauer.
English service at 7:30 with stibject
"Devout Christians."
St. Thomas' Roman Cathplic Church
Masses at 6, 7:30, 8:30, and 10:30
o'clock.
Bible Chair Housef
Discussion at 4 o'clock (Central
time) with subject "The Bible as Lit-
erature and Literature as Life." Dr.
T. M. Iden, leader.

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Cercle Franoais Meets To Plan Play
Members of the Cercle Francais will
meet tomorrow evening at 8:30 o'clock
in the Cercle rooms in University hall.
Plans for the coming soiree and an-
nual play will be discussed at this
time.
Buy your alarm clock at J.1. L.
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pings, 7:30 to 9:30. Private lessons
by appointment. Phone 1850-F1.
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