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h strict, does not seem to
desired result. Some of
the corps .have a large
hours to make up for ab-
semester. They either
ize how fast these hours
they are under the false
that make-up drill is an
t. It is an easy matter to
ith a hazy idea of making
ime but the day of reckon-
y to come when the luck-
least expects it.
g in for drill regularly
he private wil aid in the
and training of the organ-
rell as save hiiself consid-
and trouble in the future.
Lenine has forbidden
o enter Petrograd. Any
ad intentions of spending
there will please go to the
tiefront, or the Italian, or

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CARYATIJ
don striped August-weight pajam-
as,
writhe and twist, trying to keep
beneath the stripes,
crawl forth in search of the old
wool golf socks,
sneak back between the icy sheets,
try the Mohammedan at Sunset

DENOUNCES NEWS SOURCE "

SECOND
SEMESTER

Allentown, Pa., Feb. 17. 1918.
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
It is with deep regret that the Uni-
versity of Michigan men in the United
States Army Ambulance service have
read erroneous news in your paper
from time to time relative to the .Uni-

And

STUDENTS SUPPLIES
For All Departments

pose,
drag the pillow over the
wrap the rug about the

head, ted States Army Ambulance service.
shoulders, The paramount example of this pub-

At

swaddle the knees. in the bathrobe,
put on the teamster's coat and the
galoshes,
awake, feeling warm and flat,
like boiled champagne,
, THESE are the joys of a Spring
Night!

-"Bolsheviki capture
We infer that they
d to sit on the Uk-

e philosopher of folly says:
quite dis-concerted last night
auditorium."

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Dear Ma:
Well, I got here all %right and I
went around and got acquainted with
all my professors right away though
some of them don't seem to take a real
personal interest in the scholars be-
cause when I started to tell them all
about the High School at home and
my track sweaters and everything,
they said they had meetings they had
to go to. Well, there's one thing I'm
worried about and I wish you would
-write to the Regents and see about
it. Where I board they servea kind
of fish soup in tumblers and the fel-
lows drink it just like water. When I
asked the waiter for water he said
that was all there was and you could-
n't get anything else in Ann Arbor.
I've always heard that over in France
you can't get water because they all
drink wine but this, don't look just
like that. I know I promised Pa that
I wouldn't drink anything but water
but gosh Ma, I've .got to drink some-
thing.I

lication of erroneous news matter is
brought to your attention.
Heading the third column on page
one of The Michigan Dail? for Thurs-
day, February 14, we find this start-
ling headline: "Allentown Units to be
Disbanded." The first statement which
he Michigan men ofsthe sections here
wish to make is that it is untrue. In
the army there are many rumors and
they must all be taken by the men in
civil life, as well as by the men in
the army, with a grain of salt.
This rumor is a result of a memo-
randum which was published confi-
dentially to the men- in our service
some time ago. It does not concern
anyone besides ourselves. But thanks
to the quick public misrepresentation
which some man has given to a con-
fidential memorandum, it is no longer
confidential but dangerous. If the man
who wrote that message to The Daily
is disccvered he will be reported to
the camp authorities here and if he
is il this service he will be dealt
with severely. It is almost beyond
comprehension that a real soldier
would act in such a manner. He has
disobeyed an order and does not know
the first duty of army life which is
obedience.
HARRY R. LOUIS,
Sergeant 1st Class,
Section 590, U. S. A. A. S.
1D ancing at Armory every Saturday
j night, 9 to 12.-Adv.

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WAHR'S
UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORES

With the cold snap, the campusI
,kes have frozen over again.I

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makes'

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COLLEGE MAN'S
RELATION TO WAR

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By T. W. Gregory
Attorney General of the United States
From the patriotic news service na-
tional committee of patriotic societies,
Washington, D. C.
The relationship of the college man
to this war is almost "sui generis."
It has a great point of vantage and a
great responsibility.

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stamp Fresh fron the 'study of the course.
ip the and the instances of history, the col-
have lege man should be able to look
toffice through the words and acts with
ten to which men and nations sometimes,
ly for seek to disguise their real motives and
purposes and to see in all their nak-
oun- ednes the true and real objectsat
hon- which ambitious dynasties and nations
many aim. After all, the elemental passions
[iber- of greed and avarice which .drove the
annot Persian to his ruin at Thermopylae
s the are identical with those which have
who influenced dynasties since that time.
begin Taught to detect all these in the ac-
move- tions of men and nations in the past,
observant of the inexorable rules of
ildren cause and effect which have always
gtons heretofore and will always hereafter
o love operate while man is man, he should
f his have no illusions as to the great forces
es of which have plunged and are holding
Valley the world in their terrible grip.
ldiers' But this is not all. The college man
We is fresh from his studies of the
sitting principles of ethics and philosophy
wor- which thus far have guided the world
htwhe in its march toward a perfect civiliza-
etfth' tion. As he knows the mainsprings
erful of huTan greed and avarice, so is he
erings familiar with the sources of human
went right, justice and liberty which have
inher- preserved and protected mankind. He
y the should understand and recognize the
forces which make for the destruction
ee the of these principles, however they may
n buy- be disguised. To him the alleged ben-.
prove eficient elements of Prussianism are
rather the thinnest veneer over hideous prin-
or the. ciples destructive of all the good that
when' man has during the centuries wrung
riday from the hands of cruelty and op-

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Your loving son,
FREDDY.

Dancing at Armory every Saturday
ght, 9 to 12.-Adv.

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Dancing at Armory every Saturday
night, 9 to 12.-Adv.
Dance at Maccabee Hall, Friday,
Feb. 22. Uniform Rank.-Adv.

DETROiT UNITED LINO
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and
(lffective May 22, 1917)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars
m., 8:1o a. m., and hourly to 7:10 p
Kalamazoo Limited Cars- 8:48 a
every twoa hours to 6:48 D. In.; to
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to ::48 1). in
Local Cars East Bound-5 :35 a.
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To Yf silanti only, 9:20 a. In. 9:
20 ,in . a6:o5 p. .i1, 9:45 p. inmI1
1:20 aa in., I:1o a. im., 1 -2o a. mn.1
change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-65:o5 a.
1 in., 10:20 n m.9.2in I aa 'm.

SPECIAL
MATINEE
PRICES

M. R. WILLIAMS, Manager
ig Special HolidayMatinee
Friday, February. 22

NIGHT'
PRICES

50C
and
75c

50C
to
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Resources
Northwest Corn

A LOVE

OF

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TO MUSIC

REALISTIC

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IF IT'S ANYTHING
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IT IS

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C. officer
e and the
under a
ly thing
military
No mat-
h or how

pression.
Possessed of this knowledge and of
the intuition and inspiration of youth
which gives to him the right and the
power to see the truth as it is, the
college man has a large part of the
responsibility of seeing that truth
prevails. He will do but half his duty,
will meet but half his responsibility,
if he merely offers his own life for.
his country. He must, in addition to
and beyond this, see to it that those
of us whose vision has been dimmed
by contact with the rough realities of
life, share with him his wisdom, his
intuition and his inspiration, that we,
also, where necessary, shall be like-
wise willing to give our lives for
truth, liberty and justice, to the end
that the world shall be saved for a
free humanity.

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They have their
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spect their plant
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