THE MICHIGAN DAILY
inalfee. The University band might
be induced to furnish the music, and
ASSOdIATED PRESS anyone who has ever heard the band
play will admit that it is a capable
d Press is exclusively entitled
republication of all news dis- dance orchestra. , Light refreshments
to it or nototherwise credit- could be served by the Women's league
Sa a t ofor a low figure, turning all profits
per at the University of from this source to the Red Cross, as
Aished every morning except well as from all other surplus receiv-
the university year.
ie postoffice at Ann Arbor as ed from the affair. The party should
Arbor Press Building. be given in the afternoon to economize
ess, 960; FEditorial, 2414. on electricity.
is not to exceed 3 0.words The above details might well be em-
a ticy of events will be pub- bodied in a mid-year party. And every
Daily, at the discretion of the
t the office in the Ann Arbor' student, dancer or not, ought to be
in the notice box in the west'
general library, where the urged to attend. There are too few
lected at +:3a o'clock each social activities which by their very
nature can accommodate and furnish
on.d......Baui n ger amusement for the majority of the
..e... rtS. ,Jr.;student, body at the same time.
.James Schermerborn, Jr.
r .........Bruce A. Swaney From an ad of a Chicago department
..............Philip C. Pack store--"These talking machines at
. ........Mildred C. Mighell $59.95 break all records." Call on
.Margaret H. Cooley;
. .......Albert E. Horne, Jr. the man next door, please, with our
n........Advertising Manager compliments.
.........Circulation Manager About 3,500 students are airing
re..........Office Manager; their hopes that the University will
G EDITORS .be closed until February 11.
is C. M. Cam pbell
W. R. Atlasj
eser Mark K. Ehlbert Our idea of a tough job is trying to
REPORTERS tell a fresh dent that he has hold of
Paul A. Shinkman' the wrong tooth.
Horace E. Hunter
Rilla A. Nelson
erson Philip Slomovitz'..
Frances Br ene Civilization teaches us to love one
dce Sam u . ineanother. Cannibals do it instinctively.
1Zdgar L. Ricea___
nt David B. Landis
Frances HanEdibo BWhy not intern winter for three
SmINES STAFF months? Or the final exams?
First Lessons in Spoken French for Men in Military Service......50c
Le Soldat Americain en France................. ....50
The Soldier's English and French conversation Book.... ....25c
International Coiversation Book-French-English................50c
Altemus' English-French Conversational Dictionary............$1.00
Oxford English and French Conversation Book................ ....25c
Wilcox's War French.... ........ 75c
Cortina-French and English Military Manual...............$1.50
French for Soldiers-by Whitten & Long...................75
a coTlete exhibit of
This year's Detroit show will be the largest and
most comprehensive ever held in the motor city.
MORE THAN 100 EXHIBITORS
Three floors of this mammoth building are devo ted
to e xibits, one floor for coInmercial cars a«l a -
sories exclusively, two floors for pasengr tcars.
JANUARY 19-26-ALL NEXT WEE
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We have a complete stock of
Switzer' s Hardware
Slater's Book Shop
STUDENTS ASKED TO SUPPLY
WANTS OF CAMP LIBRARIES
Demand For Text-books and Works
of Fiction Continues; Maga-
tines Not Wanted
Boks for the soldiers' .libraries
are not being brought into the Uni-
versity library, although there is as
great a demand as formerly. All
books received at the office are sent
at once to F. L. D. Goodrich, former
336 S. State St.
Oieriland Building ' Cass
and~ 'Will is Aven-e -, Detroit~
JANUARY 18, 1918.
or-Mildred C. Mighell
PENT IN THE GRASS
ter s s gv.+r ~ & '5,:te. -=
NEW YEAR'S NUMBER
I m J lo e
WOR ON LIBRARY BUILDING
DELAYED BY COL) WEATHER
Cold weather has caused another de-
in the war to stay until reference librarian of the University,
indertaking gigantic meas- and now in charge of the army li-
mament and preparation, brary at Camp Greene, N. C.
da one forcibly of a fierce! Mr. Goodrich writes that he has just
I, trampling, its young un- moved into the new library building
m as it rushes forward to at the camp, and that he is sadly in
m. As a nation we are, need of books. Technical volumes are
arrow in some things; in .still in the greatest demand, and
iously tolerant. We are French text books and fiction works
the extremes in some of. are also wanted. -
of our national program of Magazines are not needed. The
and inexcusably lax in camps are reported to be flooded with
e most vital importance. these now, as a result of the act of
v afternoon and evening, the Postmaster-general in allowing
e allowed, by civil sanction, them to be sent by mail with a one-
e world-notorious Emma cent stamp.
iscourse at length in that
characteristic of her ilk. IAUDE ADAMS TO APPEAR IN
to speak upon a subject DETROIT ON "COLLEGE NIGHT"
s foreign to our immediate
:uation, already convicted Maude Adams will. appear at the
e of obstructing .the en-i Detroit Opera House, Tuesday even-
of the draft law, on her ing, Feb. 19, in "A Kiss For Cinder-
son, she is to be allowed ella." Miss Adams is presented at
he minds and pervert the this time by the Collegiate bureau of
:he American public. We
fyie itcatin, nobmatte occupations of Detroit, which is anx-
ify the situation, no matter I. .,,,
it 'we moay o we cainot ious to institute a "College Night" in
one of the- local theaters. Reserved
the right of free speech, seats checks will be on hand after Feb.
onvicted of such a serious 1 at the office-of the bureau, 209 Con-
st our federal government
the safety of the American gress building, Detroit. - Reservations
has already forfeited the will be made in the order received and
must be sent in before Feb. 12.
lent to her citizenship. The bproceeds bfro this presenta-
cing to allow this woman tion and later ones -will go to the Col-
nce to prevent the compos- leg ate bureau of occupations. This
America by her seditious may be made an annual event for the
we are giving the sere- entertainment of college representa-
chance to sting before we tvsi h iy
fives in the city.
School Board Favir Eastern Time
SEMESTER COURSES Believing that eastern time would'
e time studies for the sec- be best for both the city schools and;
er- are being elected. Now the city, the executive committee of
e students skim over the the school board has sent in a com-
e catalog in feverish search munication to the city council, recoin-
urses. mending that the body consider the
its could but realize that: change at- their next meeting Monday
ity is not the end, but real- night.
>aration for the end, and It is recommended that eastern time
arents are educating- them start Feb. 3. The members of the
p courses, but for such as ! school board believe that it is better
ne measure fit' for life, that the city schools observe the same
ions might be-much differ- time as the University.
this realization that usu-! Freshman Girl Wins Swimming Honors
after it is too late. If you Katrina 'Schermerhorn, '21, has re-
lected all your courses for, cently passed the second swimming
The board of directors of,
en's league will meet at
the Womn-lay in the construction work on the
9 o'clock new Library building. Workmen find
There will be no Women's league
party today on account of the fancy
dress party tomorrow night.
Iota Sigma Pi will meet
o'clock Saturday afternoon
157, Chemistry building.
it impossible to do anything out of
doors, and there is nothing to be done
elsewhere except in the basement.
The building was originally planned
to be finished in June, 1918, but var-
ious delays have caused this date to
be set back, and no definite time limit
can now be set. The construction
work will be done as soon as possible,
however, as the Selden Breck Con-
struction company, contractors for the
building, need their men for the work
they are doing at the Fort Sill, Kan.,
Class dancing at the Packard Aca-
demy Monday and Thursday eve-
nings, 7:30to9:30. Private lessons
by appointment. Phone 1860-F1..
After delays not under the control
of its staff, the Inlander will appear
on the 'Campus this morning. The Jan-
uary number features a story of street
waifs, "Dona Ferentes," by Catherine
Harrington, '18. "P. N. R.," the story
of a courtship under difficulties, and
two poems by Muriel Babcock, grad.,
and Allis Hussey, '21, are also in the
Jocelyn Engagement Announced
Prof. L. P. Jocelyn and Mrs. Joce-
lyn have announced the engagement
of their daughter, Ethel Louise Joce-
lyn, '18, to Robert F. Watt, '15E, of
Providence, Rhode Island. Miss Joce-
lyn is a member of the Pi Beta Phi
Buy your' alarm clocks at J. I.
Ohapman's, Jeweler. 1 . Main.
U. of M. Jewelry. J. L. Chapman's
is tae place. 118 8. Main.-Adv.
$1.00 value 75c
QUARRY DRUG COOS
Cor. State and N. University
Girls inteested in entering the post-
er contest for the Junior Girls' play,
are requested to report immediately
to Margaret Atkinson, '19.
LAWS IN SERVICE
Law students who have recently
withdrawn from the University to
enter government service, are utiliz-
ing the training which they have re-
ceived in the law college in various
ways. Several are now engaged in
ordnance work, some are in the of-
ficers' training camp at Camp Custer,
while others are filling various posi-
tionsb in the naval service.
Those who have left within the past
few weeks are as follows: W. E. Bur-
ley, '19, aviation corps; H. B. Corwin,
'19, navy; L. B. Emerman, '18, judge
advocate's court at Montgomery, Ala.;
0 W. Helsel, '18, ordnance- depart-
ment; L. D. Larke, '19, naval auxil-
iary corps; A. R. Levine, '19, ordnances
department; H. F. Lusk, '20, navy;
F. Martin, '20, ordnance depatment;
H. R. Miller, '18, officers' training.
camp at Camp Custer; S. G. Miller,
'20, naval auxiliary; J. R. Moberly,
special in the officers' training camp
at Camp Custer; H. E. Morse, '18, reg-
ular army; R. K. St. Clair, '20, ord-
nance department; S. J. Slavens, '19,
officers' training camp at Camp Cus
ter; Read Smith, '19, ordnance de-
partment; B. N. Tappan, '20, officers'
training camp at Camp Custer, and
L. O. Telfer, '19, ordnance depart-
Attendance at the Law college for
the second semester is expected to
total slightly under 200. The enroll-
ment of a number of new students
may partly offset -the exodus intol
ANOTHER LABORATORY SECTION
IN ZOOLOGY 1 IS ANNOUNCED
All students who are interested in
Zoology 1 are asked to take notice of
a new section in this subject which
has been arranged for the second
semester. This section will meet for
laboratory work from 2 to 4 o'clock
on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
This class has been arranged in ad-
dition to the one which meets between
1 and 3 o'clock on the same days, and
is designed to make the course possi-
ble for those who are unable, to start
afternoon work at 1 o'clock.
DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jacksan
(Effective May 22, 1917),
Detroit Limited and hxpress Cars-7:3s a
tn.: 8:xo a. in., and hourly ;to 7:10 p. in., 9:10
Kalamazoo Limited Cars-8:48 a. . .and
every two hours to 6:48 0. m. ; to Lansing,
8:48 p. M.
Jackson Express Cars ocal sto"- west of
Atin Arbor)-9 :48 a.; m. and eve- y to o hours
to -:48 V. In.
Local Cars East Bound-5 35 a. In., 6:40
a. M., 7:o5 a. m. and every two hours to 7:u5
p. m.. 8:o p. 'm., 9:os p. in., xo:5o p. m.
To Ypsilanti only, 9:2o a. in., 9:3o a m.,
2:0g .,~6:os p. m, 9:45 p. im, 11:5r.,
12 :20 a. in.. r :to a.im.. r1:20 a. in. Lo <'aine:
change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound--6:o5 a. In., 7:48
a. M.. 10:20 p. M.. 12:20 a. M.
We have both the inclination and
the equipment to furnish the
best -in banking service
-The Ann Arbor Savings dank
Capital and Surplus $ 500,000.00
Resources . . . $4,000,000.00
Northwest Corner Main and
707 North University Avenue
A Plant that Grows
with the Times
Bevo grew out of our big idea
of giving America a soft drink,
the like of which no one ever
tasted-a true cereal soft drink
-nutritious as well as deli-
cious in an entirely new way-
Scientifically cultivated and
finally perfected, Bevo sprang
into popularity such as over-
taxed even our tremendous
The result is our new eight-million-
dollar Bevo plant-built by public
demand-capacity 2,000,000 bottles
"Just a Little BETTER"
for all occasions
218 S. Main Street
matter over. Are you go-
the easy trail, leading to'
cide to stick to the time
tem, try to find reasons
uld not be called a slacker
.iteral sense of the term.
J-Hop out of the reach of'
ne to consider a sane sub-
ary the monotony of the
.tion week-the time when
.s been given in former
test, in accordance with the require-
ments stipulated by the department
of physical education for women,
thereby entitling her to five athletic
Women interested in taking the tests
should make arrangements with Miss
Alice Evans at her office in Barbour
County Infirmary To Be Finjshed Soon
The new infirmary being built by
the county is rapidly nearing comple-
tion. It is now ready for the work-
men to start on the interior equipment
and furnishings. The building commit-
tee of the board of supervisors made
an inspection of the building yester-
day and believes that the tuilding will
be ready for use within the next two
You will find Bevo
soft drink," at all
iag beverages are
sold. Families sup-
plied by grocer.
Classes Just Starting. Enroll
State and William
$4.25 to $21
CdlpppCQER er, SFyFR
% Ly ueq
U. of M. Jewelry
all of the