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ch aditional Shades of Austin, Galveston, Day-
allies in Eu- ton, Johnstown, and Mt. Ararat-by-
hardship on the-sea!' Bring on the mops.
people. We
noticing any The cub, who occasionally offers to
there is a help support the entablature of Daily
humor by carolling lilting lays to his
be. btowill beBig Ben, would now have it known
day in order that he has christened this favorite
iproved. On domestic animal Ben Bolt, because it
zp a long line sings this refrain at 7:45 each morn-
.A a long le- ing.

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SECOND
SEMESTER

Prof. I. Leo Sharfman wiljspeak on
the economic phase of "The World
Today" at 4:15 o'clock this afternoon
at Barbour gymnasium.

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STUDENTS SU

Mortarboard
o'clock tonight
Beta house.

will meet at 7:45
at the Gamma Phi

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e. "Mother, may I go out to swim"
"Yes, my darling daughter,
o- Run right over to campus, dear,
re And dive into the water."
n-
s- Don't spell kaiser with a capital K.
- The devil doesn't get that distinction.

With all' due respect to our military
authority, his explanation seems
scarcely sufficient. It isn't likely that
thee-fourths of the rookie officers
around here are descendants of the
amous greased pig-catching family.

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s of Ann Arbor's.

An incident occurring the other day
rougllt home to many of us the tear-
il sorrows of war. The government
ifused Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt a
>ecial car in which to travel to visit
er husband.
We have as yet been unable to lo-
e the wit who phoned us on the
Ivisability of numbering the lakes
1 the campus.
Perhaps the fact that we. will have
number of highway men about this
ek will make us appreoate that
is is the last of-the month.
An alumnus has compared the, in-
vation of women in the opera to
e Bolsheviki in. Russia.
Know that you can buy one of the
ettiest babies in the United ,States
r $4.13?
ROF. GODDARD MAKES REVIEW
F GERMAN KULTUR IN SERMON

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She's enlisted as a seaman. Thirty
dollars for rouge and hair nets and
those nice long white spats thrown
in!
After all, J. Caesar with his seven
stenogs had nothing, nothing on that
other efficiency expert who takes
notes with one hand, rubs down a
slide with the other, peeks through a'
microscope with one eye, and with the
other kids an assistant into making
exact drawings while talking the in-
structor into giving her an A in the,
course.
Visions of Hell-Being pursued
through the Natural Science building
by a freshman, whistling "The Vic-
tors" in the key of F.
Slaughter and Swift are candidates
for the managership of the freshman
track- team. It's bound to be either a
killing or a speedy bunch.
Everything in this world is com-
parative, so don't let this nice, clean,
rainwater go to waste. Put out a
barrel for the wigglere to play in.
You can enjoy their antics in your
drinking glass more than those of the
invisible pollywogs in the city mud.
And, anyway,' who wouldn't rather be
a bug-culture than a gravel pit?
It looks as if Bill, the marvelous
snow-thawing canine who figured in
the last issue of Ann Arbor's greatest
Sunday paper, had gone on an unusu-
ally big spree this year.
Tears have now been added to the
list of liquids which are not allowed
within hailing distance of our gallant
sojers.
DEAN EFFINGER RETURNS
FROM MICHIGAN REUNION
Dean John R. Effinger has returned.
from Chicago, where he attended- the
reunion at LaSalle hotel of 25 former-
Michigan students who enlisted in
the seventh and eighth division of the
Michigan naval militia last spring.
Richard Thain who attended the
University in 1908 has been appointed;
to edit a newspaper, The Daily Bulle-
tin, which will be owned by the Great
Lakes men. Thain is now a chief
petty officer. The paper will be issued
as soon as the apparatus arrives.
Theodore Harrison Resumes Work
Mr. Theodore Harrison, head of the
vocal department of the School of
Music, is now able to resume part of
his work after an extended illness.
Always-Daily Service-4,lways. -

Geneva club will meet at 8 o'clock
tonight at the Alpha Chi Omega house.
Athletic banquet tickets are limited
to 250 and should be secured before
tonight. They are being sold In
houses, dormitories, and by Mrs.
Blackburn at Barbour gymnasium.
Cotillion tickets are free to Univer-
sity women' limited to 300 and should
be secured at once from Miss Alice
Evans of Louise Potter, 16, at ar-
bour gymnasium.
Miss Agnes Wells, acting dean of
-omen, will not be at home th
Mrs. H; C. Adams, 1421 Hill street, will
be at home fron', 4 to 6 o'clock this
afternoon. Mrs. A. S. Whitney, 833
East University .avenue, will
be home from 3:30 to 5:30 o'clock this
afternoon.
Wyvern will meet at 7:30 o'clock
tonight at the Alpha Phi house.
PAY OF TEACHRES
INCREASED BY WAR
Increased salaries for teachers
throughout the country seem to be
the immediate effect of war conditions,'
according to Prof. Calvin 0. Davis of
the education department.
A scarcity of teachers is already be-
ing felt, and superintendents are meet-
ing it by offers of better remuneration.
They are already looking for teach-
ers for next year, and more applica-
tions have been received by the ap-
pointment committee than is usual at
this season.
The result of this situation, Profes-
sor Davis believes, will be the main-
tenance of the normal number of stu-
dents in the department, although
those who are not really interested
in the profession will probably be
drawn into other fields nqw opening,
to women.
Enrollment last summer was larger
than the year before. It is thought
to be this semester also, although the
record has not yet been made. Classes
are extremely large, due in part to
the fact that the faculty has suffered
a decrease in numbers. Registrations
with. the appointmenkt committee are
fully equal to tbose in past years.
Even the falling off in the number of
men in the department is apparently
anot proportionate to that in other de-
partmients.
RETiRED GENERAL PARKER
1ONORED AT DEPARTIN
Major General James Parker, retir-
ed from command of his division, de-
parted for Newport, R. I., accompan-
ied by his wife. From the standpoint
of numbers and enthusiasm, this was
the greatest military turnout ever wit-
nessed at the Michigan Central depot
in Battle Creek, Sunday afternoon.
Not only were most of the officials
present, but many Battle Creek
friends and admirers of the generos,
the assemblage blockug both the plat-
form and the adjoining streets. Two
division bands rendered the music.
Cadet Killed at Aviation Field
Dallas, Tex., Feb. 25.-R. E. Stall, of
Detroit, a graduate of the University of
Ohio, was Instantly killed at the avae-

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There has always been a strong der
but at present prices we find a ready ma
be pleased to execute'your buying or sell
FORSHEE & KUI
Phone 808 4121

Slater's
Phone 430

tion field near here today, after a fall
of 200 feet. Stall was a cadet in the
aviation branch of the signal corps.
His father is now residing at Long
Beach, Cal.
Sale of
Hart Schaff ner,&F
Marx Clothes

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"By peaceful means, German Kul--
ven dur- tur might, have made a successful con-
e not in- quest of the world," said Prof. E. C.
of study. Goddard, acting dean of. the Law
have al- school, in his talk Sunday evening at
forth far the Congregational church on "Kul-
tur vs. Christianity." "In trying to
dvantage forcefully impose upon the world
'ten hear what they belive to be the highest
t may be type of civilization, " he said, "the
s, or the Germans have turned Kultur into the
he is fol- worst curse of humanity."
t in oth- Professor Goddard called attention
[is years to the finer side of this civilization
m b'uried with its extensive development, in
ength of music, art, and literature, but declar-
reast of ed that it is the bad uses which are
ces. made of it, and its doctrine that
it to give "Might Makes Right" that have doom-
about the ed it to failure.
)rity, his "While we must admit that many
to every disgraceful things have been done' in
uctive as the name of Christianity," said the
lectures speaker, "it is certain that it was not
own, and Christ's'intention that his religioi be
ild be no forced upon people, but should be al-
vould be lowed to grow naturally, trusting in
res will the fact that "Right is Might" and
ring the wI result eventually in triumph."
1 be pre- U. S. CO3DIITTEE OF THREE
can al- WILL CONTROL WATERWAYS
be there
,re some Washington, Feb. 25.-A committee
tended a of three. has been appointed by direc-
I to. And tor general McAdoo to investigate the
very ad- inland and coastwise waterways of
ities to the United States, and-advise him as
d widen to the best means of putting them to
advantageous use and solving trans-
benefits portation problems.
student The canals of the country and $he
portuni- coastwise Mississippi and lae tradc
dvantage will be considered. - Work has al-
to make ready been begun by the committee.
side lec- which is headed by Major General.W.
st means M., Black, chief of engineers of the
United States army.

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$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.
S$13.50
COME IN
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Southwest COr. Main and Washington
The Home of Hart Schaffner &
Marx Clothes.

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Union Dance To Be Held Friday
The regular Michigan Union mem-
bership dance will be held Fri-
day night from 9 till 1 o'clock., Tick-
ets will go on sale Wednesday at 5
o'clock.

MUSIC
IKE FISHER (himself)
HUSS . .*.
COTTINTON
COOK
SCHWER .

S. Violin
. Banjorlue
SSaxophone
* .Drums

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