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February 17, 1918 - Image 2

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The Bolsheviki are having their
troubles. Germany says she is still
fighting Russia. The Bolsheviki claim
they are through. American's don't
seem to know how the Bolshevik
stand. We doubt if they do themn-
selves.
We understand that Coach Mitchell
is aiming at a good basketball team
pext year. We're not interested yet.
What we want is one for the balance
of this season.
The row about letting women in the
opera seems to have died a more or
less natural death.

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Hog Island appears to have been
well na'med, judging from reports
from the East.
Hindenburg still has six weeks be-
fore his Paris debut.
Enlisting these days is something of
a matter of grades.

ii A. Shinkma
orace . SHunter
Rilla A. Nelson
'hilip Slomovitz
Frances Broene
Ida F. Mines They ask us please to change our
amuel Lamport
E~dgar L4. Rice name,
avid B. Landis They wish that we would bounce it.
0 It's hard to get our drift, they claim,
F What's worse, they can't pronounce
arr D. Hause.~
1. A. Storrer it.
erine Kilpatrick
Agnes Abele
A. Cadwell, Jr. Feeling cleverer than usual,the Par-
H1. Macdonald or Rat decided to drag two of them
to the concert. The one on the right
chewed Pearmint's Jaw Exerciser and
shut her eyes in ecstasy like a kitty
17, 1918. lapping' milk. The one on. the left
used steel kneedles and kept want-
Campbell ing the draft regulated on the little-
foot warmer under her seat. On the
last note her ball went rolling down
OURSE FOR to meet Max, incidentally getting club-
by with the people trailing out, and
ecide wheth-, the Rat had to eel along on his hon-
out the sug- orable stomach under the seats to get
,v instituting it. The Rat loves music.

Unitarian Church
State and Huron Streets
10:30-Eastern time. Address byI
Rev. R. S. Loring on "The Second
Coming of Religion and the War.
6:30-Address before the Student So-
ciety by Rev. Nelson J. Springer, of
Boston, National Secretary of the
Young Peoples Religious Union.
AMERICAN NATION
NEEDED WAKENING
By George F. Hurley, President of the
Michigan Union
If there was a race of people that.
needed awakening, it was the Amer-
ican of a year ago. A great period of
prosperity, extending over a long span
of years had made him sleek; he was
cocksure of his own ability; he ac-
quired self-assertiveness more than
anything else.
In short, his whole theory of values
was perverted. Few tliere were who
had ever heard of the organic doc-
trine; fewer yet cared a snap of their
fingers what it was or how it origin-
ated.
Then, suddenly, with only a slight
warning, America was plunged into
war. For a few weeks we all felt
confident -that American genius would
find a way out of the terrible conflict
without loss of life. But soon this
egotistic illusion was shattered; Am-
ericans came, slowly to be sure, to
the full realization that possibly there"
were others than themselves who had
ability, courage, doggedness, and all
the other qualities that make for abil-
ity to wage war.
It was then that the power and
shrewdness of Americans were turn-
ed to the full upon the one pressing
question-the problem of winning the
war. This cane, however, only after
we had taken stock of ourselves, aft-
er we had thrown overboard the silly
conceit that made us admire the man
who lit his stogie with a dollar bill
and who sprinkled tips out of all pro-
portion to the service rendered wher-
ever he went.
Only when we had learned that true
value is innate, that the quantity may
be changed but never the quality; in
short, that the pennies have the same
sort of vialue as the dollar and that

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
10:30 Eastern Time
, Mr. Lloyd C. Douglas
preaches on
"CHEMISTRY AND THE
SOUL"

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For All Department

one hundred of them do make a dollar
-only then were we able to present
ourselves united, capable of with-
standing the onslaughts of the Ger-
man propagandist.
Perhaps the War Savings stamp
campaign is the best single example
of this cha nge in our ideas of rela-
tive values that we have. It remained
for Frank Vanderlip, brilliant, sag-
acious business man that he is, to
fully appreciate, not only that from
pennies come dollars, but that suf-
fici nt pennies will actually make bil-
lions of dollars. With this idea in
view, the Savings stamp campaign was
launched, and with its inception the
easiest, least disagreeable, and per-
haps most scientific method of secur-
ing funds that our government has
ever attempted was discovered.

At

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UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORES

'We have a complete stock of
FLASHLIGHTS
Flashlight Batteries

SECOND
SEMESTER

And

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STUDENTS SUPPLIES

Switzer's Hardware
310 STATE
'1 New and Secondhand

Alpha Nu Changes Meeting Time
At a meeting of the Alpha Nu de-
bating society yesterday it was de-
cided to hold the tryouts for the Fresh-
men debate on Saturday March 2, at
1:30 O'clock. Because their
rooms in University hall are closed
evenings the society 411 meet at
1:30 o'clock until the 6 o'clock closing
order for University" buildings is res-
cinded. -

Boy ght and Sold

Slater's Book Shop
Phone 430 336 S. State

Three More Join Naval Auxiliary
Three more men were sworn into
the service of the naval auxiliary re-
serve yesterday. They will leave with
the unit about April 15,
They are: Arthur F. Hall, '19; Al-
vin J. Godshalk, '20; and Eugene Y.
Weakley, e4-'18E. The unit now
numbers 90 students.
We can supply you with anything
known to the wall paper or paint
trade. C. H. Major & Co. Phone 237.
-Adv.

I STOP AT
TUTTLE S
338 MAYNARD
For Lunches and Sodas
Try our Chop ishey
Chinese and American Dishes

S PE CIAl
S l ' IAId e a l
Hair Brush

the climax
.al consider-
come of this,
r, will ulti-
read knowl-
revailing in
o it, and of
ituation has
ould contri-

Chow Chow, who has already ach-
ieved notoriety (we didn't use it be-
cause it was a longer word), breaks
into our vicious circle with the fol-
lowing:
Behind the Scenes -at "Let's Go."
"Oh, Ethel, did you see Tom down
there in the first row, staring at me
all the time?"
"Where's my bracelet? I just can't
go on the stage without it."
"I sang right at Professor W., over
there in the box, so he'd give me an
"A" in his course."
"Oh! This is the ladies' dressing
room!"
"Listen, girls; I just heard that
Dorothy has a date with the leading
man after the show."
"No wonder! I thought that love
scene looked awfully natural."
We know our humour is a shame,
And yet we won't renounce it;
We'll let The Daily take the blame,
And leave you to denounce it.
SMILEAGE BOOKS MEET WITH
SMALL SALE AMONG STUDENTSI
Reports of those selling Smileage
books show that the sale 'is meeting
with great success in Ann Arbor,
but that the students have bought
only a small percentage of the total.
"No definite figures, will be avail-
able until next Tuesday or Wednes-
day," said Prof. E. H. Kraus, general

WAI KING LOA
Joe Gin, Prop.

413 S.State St.

Phone 1244TMI

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QUARRY DRUG
PRESCRIPTION S'
Cor. State and N. Un
Phone 308

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$1.00 value 75c

TheWa r and
Reeconstruction
Talks to Michigan Students under the direction
of the Students' Christian Association

DETROIT UNITh7 D LINE
Between Detroit. Ann Arbor and .
(Effective May 22, 1917)
Detroit Limited and jixpress Cars
i.' 8 :1o a. m., and hourly to 7:1o p.
u: r;.
Kalamazoo Limited Cars---8:48 a.
every two hours to 6:48 a. m.; to
8:48 P. iM.
Jackson Express Cars ,ocal sto"
A n !Arbor)-9 :48 a. in. and every t
to ',':48 p. mn.
Local Cars East Bound--5:35 a.
a. M., 7:0; a. m. and every two hor
p. ~-~ :o~p. im., grogp. 1n., 10:
To Ypsilantionly, 4 :2o a. n.,9
2:05 :,. in. 6:015 p. m. 9:45 p. in, 1T
r2 :2o a. rn.. i :10 a. mi., :zo a. mn.J
ciange at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound- 6 :oga.

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tion of
nd un-
should
n and
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Sto be
lum. of
med to
:rts of
r pur-
'ho are
rt com-

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SPEAKER

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DR. HARRY WARD
Professor Social Service, Boston University,

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We have both the inclin
the equipment to fuT ni
best in banking er
TheAn Arbor Savinj
Capital and Surplus $ 5
Resources . . $4,
Northwest Corner M2
Huron Streets
707 North University

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what
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chairman of the campaign in the city,
"but verbal reports from the workers
are very favorable."
E. K. Cunliffe, '19, who is in charge
of the sale on the campus said, "We
-have not sold many of the books to
the students as was expected. They
seem to have few friends in the can-
tonments, the only place where the
books can be used." In regard to this
latter statement, Professor Kraus re-
minds the students that the books
may be sent to the director of activi-
ties at Camp Custer or at any of the
other cantonments to be distributed to
soldiers who have received none from
friends.- The active campaign closed
last night but Smileage books will re-
main on sale at places of business and
post offices throughout the duration
of the war.

THEME:

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'MAKING A NEW WORLD
Sunday, Feb. 17-"The Cry of the Children"
12:00 NOON-BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday, Fe. .7-"The Voice of Labor"
7:30 P. M.-M. E. CHURCH
Monday, Feb. 18-"Making Money or People"
7:00 P. M.-CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
Tuesday, Feb. 19--"Masters or Servants"
7:00 P. M.-CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH

"Just a Little BET
ICE CRE
for all occasi

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her biggest
ts soon as
rable is al-
n. Super-
de by the
the allied
rica is be-
and that
task more

TRUBEY
218 S. Main Street
SHORTHAND
TYPEWRI
BOOKKEEPING
PENMAN
Classes Just Starting.
Today
HAMILTON
BUSINESS COLLEG
State and William

REV. DOUGLAS WILL SPEAK
TO JEWISH STUDENTS TODAY

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ble- Rev. Lloyd C. Douglas of the First
sy- Congregational church, will be the
'als speaker at the services of the Jewish
ade Students'. congregation to be held
as at 7 o'clock tonight at the Bible Chair
vill House, 444 h. State street. During
of the time that Newberry hall remains
closed, the congregation will meet
Nit- in the Bible Chair House through the
hat courtesy of Dr. T. M. Iden.

EASTERN TIME

ALL MICHIGAN PEOPLE INVITED

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