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January 22, 1918 - Image 2

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.LEN'

ET MEN GIVE

ors that feeling-it
and woman on the
t be at that game.
.ly fight to get into
onday night, in or-
be one to help out
tion of the Univer-
And when we get
m we are obligated
Al Ohio State spirit
r before shown.
d, Michigan.-Ohio

SAYS COMMANDANT HAS ORDERS
TO ENROLL GREATEST NUMBER
POSSIBLE IN CORPS.
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
It is really a pity that Mr. H. S.
Liddell' sociological, philosophical,
and historical studies should have
been disturbed by Lieutenant Mullen's-
recent appeal to the men of Michigan,
as "interpreted" in Sunday's Daily.
Strange it is that Mr. Liddell even
found time to read that appeal.
I wonder if Mr. Liddell knows that
in the matter pf organizing our Uni-
versity ,to meet war-needs, it is a ques-
tion with Lieutenant Mullen not mere-
ly of admirable ambition but of orders:
to enroll the greatest possible num-
ber of men in the R. 0. T. C.?
I wonder if Mr. Liddell realizes that
in the face of appalling difficulties
Lieutenant Mullen, with consummate
skill and tact, is achieving one suc-
cess after another with such con-
vincing sureness that when, through a

e, former Unit-
he Netherlands,
d chaplain in

,ype
for

forefathers made us-
I that we never will in
ubject ourselves to the
German Prussian rule.
hasn't beaten us to it,
s a title to one of the
book, "How I Urge My

series of misapprehensions in the
over-rushed war department there was
danger of his being superceded, some
1,800 men protested so vigorously that
the mistakes were rectified in Wash-
ington
I wonder if Mr. Liddell appreciates
the extraordinary opportunity offered
to our students to become officers in
the American army, instead of being

SAYS INTROIDUCTION OF WOMEN
PUTS PRESENTATION ON CON-
NON COMEDY BASIS.
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
I wish to state the hearty disap-
proval of myself and others against
women taking part in the Union.opera.
It is a step directly contrary to Mich-
igan spirit and tradition. The senti-
ment of the student body towards wo-
men in connection with the Union was
strongly expressed at the last Band
Bounce when they were denied mem-
bership.
The Union and its activities belong
to the men of this University. A pre-
requisite for participation in the opera
has always been membership in the
Union. How can that be changed
now? Beside this, such a step would
absolutely change the spirit and tra-
dition of former operas because the
introduction of women into the chorus
and cast would put the production on
a plane with every musical comedy
and as such it could never hope to
compete because of lack of drill, etc.;
Furthermore, the big point of the
opera from the standpoint of those
who witness it is the fact that men
are taking the women's parts.
Ask any old grad's opinion on the
matter. That is the reason more peo-
ple go to see the opera than the play
the Comedy club puts on. The ex-
cuse for this step, is, I upderstand,
that there are not enough' feminine
types among the men. Can you im-
agine anyone stepping out in front
of Ted Wurster, last year's leading
lady, and calling him a feminine type?
If more men are necessary let the
freshmen try out, but at least lets get
the opinion of the campus before we
let women in the opera.
CLARK BISHOP, '19.
Mid-West Debate Tryouts Changed
Tryouts for the Mid-west debate
cannot be held this evening because
of the fact that Mason hall is one of
the buildings affected by the recent
closing order. They will be held this
afternoon in room 302 Mason hall
from 3 to 5 o'clock. The 20 people of
the first squad are requested to ap-
pear at this time prepared to deliver
seven minute speeches.
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THE EBERBACH &

200-204 EAST 'LIBERTY STREET

WAHRS
UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORES

Chemicals

Laboratory Supplies
Drugs and Toilet Specialties

MILITARY FREN(
First Lessons in Spokon French for Men in Military Service
Le Soldat Americain en France.....................
The Soldier's English and French Conversation Book.....
International Conversation Book-French-English........
Rapid-Fire English-French-German ..... ...........
Altemus' English-French Conversational JDictionary......
Oxford English and French Conversation Book ............
Wilcox's War French....... ......................
Cortina-French and English Military Manual ........... .
French for Soldiers-by Whitten & Long.................

lim

1918

DESK C4

ge Over the Top from
hind the Lines."
r glory, riches or honors
for Liberty alone, which
oses but with his life."-
',in his prayer for Amer-

tue

.e Union has women in its Opera
ow several men around the cam-
ho will try out, and who had
wvous intention of doing so.
believe what God says: We
love our enemies, but God does
pect us to love his enemies.
January thaw has some work
of it all right.

drafted privates, by merely giving an
hour or two a day to their country?
I wonder, in fact, whether Mr. Lid-
dell has heard that there is a war go-
ing on? His whole argument, which
is sufficiently well written to make a
little mischief among the unthinking,
is based on a false premise., He im-
plies that students are being called
away from their studies; whereas, in
reality, it is only on the strength of
their University training that they are
being given the privilege of qualify-
ing as officers-and in such a manner
as to interfere scarcely at all with
their regular work. The whole scheme
is a triumph of brilliant and efficient
organization, conceived and executed
by "men of mature years and sober
judgment." We need trained teachers
by the thousand-that is why the col-
lege men are given the ground-floor
entry. But the world has less use
than ever for pedants.
S. P. LOCKWOOD,
R.O. T. C.
Y. W. C. A. cabinet will not meet
this -week.

Slter's Book
Phone 430

r

AT

The army has taken charge of 650
gallons of whiskey recently confiscat-
ed by the Omaha police. It will be
used for medicinal purposes at Fort
Brooks.

DWi
Between
Detroit L
m., 8:1o a.
-. M.
Kalamazo

336:

Sal eof
Hart Schaff ner &
Marx Clothes
Young Men's Models
in Overcoats and Suits

to 7:48 . iM.
Local Cars
a. M., 7:o5 a..
P. n.. 8:05 p.
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es Can't
This One

We have I
the equi
bestii

e's one thing you can't blame on
rF. N. Scott, president of the
can Association of Teachers of
lism, -recently received the fol-
letter:
132 State St.,
Brooklyn, N. Y.
can Association of Teachers of
urnalism,
Arbor, Mich.
ntlemen:
you kindly inform me if there
New York a school of journal-
. if so, where is same located?
)uld appreciate any information
uld give me on the subject.
sking you in advance, I am,
Yours very truly,

There will be no vespers
on account of the closing of
hall.

this week
Newberry

I

Professor Scott has forwarded the
letter to Talcott Williams, Dean of the
Pulitzer School of Journalism, New

Girls' Glee club will practice at
4:30 o'clock this afternoon in Sarah
Caswell Angell hal.
Dr. Franklin Speaks at Union Service
Dr. Leo M. Franklin, rabbi of Tem-
ple Beth El of Detroit, was the speak-
er Sunday night at the Union service
of Ann Arbor churchesheldtat Hill
auditorium. His. subject was,
"The Times and Their Interpretation."
The service, which was one of the
best attended of the year, was under
the auspices of the Jewish Student
congregation of the Tniversity. Spec-
ial music was furnished by Abram
Ray Tyler, organist, and the choir of
Temple Beth El,' Detroit.

Eat a Quarter Pound, if not satisfied
with your purchase, you may return the
remainder within ao days and we will
refund your dollar.
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You take bsolutely no risk in re.
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(financially) to handle any proposition
we may offer you.
Kindly fill out the order blank, en-
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with your remittance and address to
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AND TEA BOOM
BY FUEL SHORTAGE

Owing to the shortage of fuel New-
berry hall, Y. W. C. A. headquarters,
has been forced to close temporar-
ily. The secretaries are for the pre-
sent time installed at the Women's

payments
in connec-

Hoover Steel Ball
-and-
Kin yTrailer Stocks.
These securities are very attractive at present. market prices.

We are also holding our
semi-annual sale of the fa-
mous Manhattan Shirts.
Come in and look these over.
Suits and Ovejoats
$32.50 and $35.00 Values at
$26.50
$28.00 and $30.00 Values at
$22.50
$26.00 and $25.00 Values at
$20.00
$20.00 and $22.00 Values at
$16.50
$16.00 and $18.00 Values at
$14.00
$15 Values at
$13.50
Manhattan Shirts
All $1.25 Values at
98c
All $1.75 Values at
$1.35
All $2.50 Values at
$1.85
All $3.50 Values at
$2.85
All $5.00 Values at
$3.85
All $1.50 Values at
$1.20
All $2.00 Values at
$1.65
All $3.00 Values at
$2.15
All $4.00 and $4.50 Values at
$3.15
All $6.00 Values at
$4.85
Reo, Conlin, Flegel & CO,
Southwest Cor. Main and Washington
The- Home of Hart Schaffner &
Marx Clothes.

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Girls who were earning part of
beir expenses in the Newberry din-
ig hall, ire also temporarily out of
mployment. The hall directors are
pping conditions may be favorable
> a reopening in a week or two.
Dr. Pollock Addresses Society
Dr. James B. Pollock of the botany
epartment was the speaker at the
gular meeting Sunday night of the!
tudents' society of the Unitarian

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They have their own Ref
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You 'are invited to vis
spect their plant. : :
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