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ILLINOIS GOVERNOR IN
1AYSS UNIVERSAL SERVICE IS
NECESSARY FOR VICTORY
IN WORLD STRUGGLE
Chicago, Ill., Feb. 21. - Frank 0.
Lowden, governor of Illinois, speaking
here today at the convention of the
National Security league, declared
himself in favor of universal military
service as the answer of America to
the menace of the German war party.
Prefacing his address with the
statements that the present world
struggle is "only the fruit of a con-
spiracy hatched a half century ago,''
by the military party of the German
empire, the governor said:
"If our people shall understand the
meaning of the war they will pay the
price whatever it may be, for- victory.
"We have the men to win-the sel-
ective draft is the outstanding achieve-
ment in preparation for this strife.
But the German war lords, still fight-
ing not on their own soil but on that
of their enemies, hearten themselves
with the belief that this is but a tem-
porary device and that we shall soon
weary of it. Our answer should be a
permanent law, providing for univer-
sal military training. We have man-
hood suffrage. There should go with
it manhood service."
Governor Lowden said the wealth of
the nation is adequate for all war ex-
igencies, but said the expenditure of
war moneys should be a question of
close co-ordination. "We also have
the material resources to win if we
but marshal them," he said. "I have
no doubt but that your distinguished
body will inquire if the time has not
come to write down a definite finan-
cial program."

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TODAY
12:35 o'clock- Lenten address at
Bible Chair house, cprner of State and
Jefferson.,
3 o'clock-Prof. A. McLaughlin lec-
tures in Hill auditorium on "England
and America-Their Common Tradi-
tions and Ideals."
8 o'clock-Entertainment by Young
Women's Auxiliary at Methodist
church. Admission 15 cents.
8 o'clock-Graduate club party in
Barbour gymnasium.
9 o'clock-Crease dance at the Mich-
igan Union.
TOMORROW
1:30 o'clock-Alpha Nu literary so-
ciety meets in Alpha Nu r oms, Uni-
versity hall.
7 o'clock-Upper Room Bible class
meets at 444 South State street..
8 o'clock-Interclass track meet in
Waterman gymnasium.
U-NOTICES
The Varsity Mandolin club will hold
no more rehearsals until further no-
tice.
The entire cast and chorus of "Let's
Go" will rehearse at 10 o'clock and at
2 o'clock today at the Michigan Union.
The Student Volunteers will meet
Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock at
the side entrance of the Methodist
church.
LANSING.PROTESTS AGAINST
ABANDONING OF BUILDING
Lansing, Mich., Feb. 21.- Lansing
builders and traders exchange- has
started a campaign in the state to
protest the suggestion of Secretary
of the Treasury McAdoo that building
be abandoned this year. The state ex-
change and the national body will be
asked to join the movement. It is
pointed out that factory expansion in
Lansing and other cities with large
war orders requires additional hous-
ing facilities and that the home build-
ing workman is the best workman.
Lansing already has a scarcity of
houses and it is asserted that to dis-
courage building of more would great-
ly handicap industries.

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MICHIGAN WOMEN PLEOGE
SUPPORT TOGOVERNMENT
WOMAN'S WAR CONFERENCE CON-
VENES AT LANSING TO SUP-
PORT FOOD CONSERVATION
Lansing, Mich., Feb. 21.-Patriotic
women from all over Michigan came
to Lansing today to pledge their sup-
port to the government in a nation-
wide campaign to enlist woman's as-
sistance in stimulating food conser-
vation and. food production. The
meeting, known as the Women's War
Conference, was conducted by repre-
sentatives of the woman's committee
'of the council of national defense. .
Mrs. William B. Williams, of Lap-
eer, was named chairman of the state
branch of the national organization.
A plea for an invincible "Woman's
Land Army' was made by Mrs. Fran-
cis King, of Alma, president of the
Woman's National Farm and Garden
:association. She urged Michigan wo-
-men to lend every possible assistance
on the farm and in the garden; to
conserve in the home and to teach'
others to do the same.
"There is no need to enlarge upon
the matter of more food this year,"
said Mrs. King. "There is no need to
remind an audience like this of Hoov-
er's prediction of the possibility of
;famine in this country by October.
These things are known to us all."
Granger Farm Fire Causes $7,000 Loss'
St. Joseph, Feb. 21.-The "Granger
Farm" resort north of this city caught
'fire in some unknown manner and was
burned, causing a loss of $7,000. It.
was partially covered by insurance. It
is not known whether it will be re-
built. The Granger Farm was one of
rthe most popular resorts in this sec-
ition, being located in one of the most
beautiful spots on the lake.
Dr. Hagerman Is Appointee of M. C.
Dr. D. B. Hagerman, '14H, has re-
cently been appointed local surgeon
for the M. C. R. R. He has been prac-
tising in Grand Rapids since gradua-
tion until September when he became:
assistant in the department of abdom-
inal surgery in the Homeopathic hos-
pital here.
A want ad in the Daily will seli
your property.-Adv.J

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Physicians attached to the local
draft board are having considerable
trouble regulating their examinations
to conform with the requirements of
both the administrative officers and
cantonment physicians. The local
physicians have been informed that
fewer men have been rejected from
Ann Arbor than any other city in the
state on the examination conducted
by the cantonment examiners.
The local board complains because
the war department are setting the
physical standards for accepting draft-
ed men much lower than that set by
the army surgeons.
Many local students who have regis-
tered under the draft have had their
physical examinations transferred to
Washtenaw county and the local ex-
aminers publish the following hours
for examinations: Dr. Louis Romin-
ger, 307 Fifth avenue, 8:30 to 10:30
o'clock in the morning; Dr. R. G. Mac-
Kenzie, Liberty street and Fifth ave -
'nue, 2 to 4 o'clock in the afternoon.
Five local young men will leave
Monday morning. for Vancouver,
Wash., where they will enter military
service in the Spruce division of the
Vancouver Barracks. They recently
passed the local draft board examina-
tions.
SUGAR WILL BE AVAILABLE
DURING THE COMING SEASON
Washington, Feb. 21.-Ample sup-
plies of sugar will be available dur-
ing the coming season, the food ad-
ministration announced tonight to
meet the necessary requirements of
food manufacturers and for house-
hold preserving purposes.
"All manufacturers of essential
food products" a food administration
statement said, "are advised that they
will be able to obtain their full nec-
essary requirement. This applies
particularly to the packers of fruit,
condensed milk and such vegetables
for the preservation of which sugar
may be necessary."
Bible Chair Lecture at Noon Today
"The Value of Resistance" will be
the subject for the 20 minute Lenten
address beginning at 12:35 o'clock
today at the Bible Chair house, cor-
ner 'of State and Jefferson streets. All
students are cordially invited to this
lecture which is one of a series being
held every noon during Lent.

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Russia, the military party of Germany
is again firmly in the saddle. Doubt-
less, many of the people of Germany
loathe the continuance of bloodshed
for mere aggression, but at present
they are quite powerless."

EXPECT NEW RECORDS IN
MAPLE SUGAR MANUFACTURE
Eaton Rapids, Feb. 21.-New rec-
ords for maple sugar and syrup manu-
facture will probably be established
in this vicinity this season. In a pa-
triotic effort to do their share in the
matter of increasing the producton of
"sweets" the sugar bush growers have
declared their intention of working
their "bushes" to their utmost cap-
acity and it is predicted the produc-
tion will exceed anything in the past
quarter of a century.

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