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February 27, 1918 - Image 2

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OR SPEAK

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d, To walk through the Arcade about
h six,
ve To be surrounded by scads of wriggly
in boys,
se To have newspapers thrust in the
eyes, nose, ribs and ankles,
d1- To be beseeched and fought over,
s. To start searching for a nickel,
it To draw forth the handkerchief, the
he gloves, the bunch of keyes,
as To extract the bank book, the pen,
he the draft number,
d. To have the mob doubt the reality of
a the quest,
y To hear murmurs of "Tightwad" and
*e "De big stick."
*- To decide to write a check for it,
n_ To feel a disc in the pocket,
Li- To dread it's being a penny,
ai- To find it a dime,
ni To receive the paper,
To refuse the change,
To be considered a millionaire,
L To stroll nonchallantly away, cool-
S uing off,
k. Ah, THESE are the real Joys of ex-
istence.

to some d
ust keep, i:
the paths a
s the Prey

SECOND
SEMESTER

,umius.

r is scarcely fit to :drin
s from Dr. J. A, Wessing
1. :E. Forsythe are that t
he present time is not pa
dangerous, notwithstandin
dly unpleasant appearanc
illy, it is agreed that t1
td not' attempt to install
tration plant because of ti
ion. City councilmen eta
a move will not be attemp

er
te
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ag
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he
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Dance in nude gives shock to N. Y.
-audience-Detroit Journal. Wouldn't:
the \4. Y..A. be electrocuted by a peep
in on "The Fling of the Naked Cells"
in zoo lab most any morning?

After those
hours in class,l
and purchased

two unbearably
he went into the1
a pair of hollow

long
Mart
sad-

Sitre" ed at present.
patrick Care should be taken to guard
s Abele
:donald against all sorts of diseases which
I. Case the flooded river may carry. The
only safe way is -to boil the water
thoroughly.
In the meantime it i escarcely to.
1918. the point to cry over spilt milk. What
the city should have done some time.
ox ago is not a matter for discussion to-
- day. What is paramount is that every
R, effort be put forth to protect both the'
nd al- citizens of the" city, and University
students, at the earliest possible mo-
anoe- ment. Ann Arbor can not ho e to
re for become attractive .o outsider ao
beom ttacie oo'tsdrss

e does

Garfield advise

ofull : atten-
we buy our
ml as soon a
iwiug events,
e 'would have
d :1. t

dles, sine 11D which he calls loe
shoes. He's written her that he'll.
see her in thirty-six days, five hours
and twenty minutes. He's now out
putting at a hole in the ground. It IS
here,.isn't it?
Visions of Hell-trying to get a
course changed for no particular rea-
con.
The Washtenawers, who had to
drag forth .ths little old canoes dur-
ing the .Aood, oomn in for another
loag, v ehnsant laugh.
"Socialists .at Minneapolis Back
Bolshevik .Regime."-Headline. When
Bill Hohensollern hears about this,
.he will no doubt make a home run
for his own back yard.
"A Thrift card would look better
on -your wall than that li'l ol' high
school sheepskin. Why, you could
.imost .afford to take Julia Sander-
.on herself down to make room for
it.
Now is the time for the modern'
Maria Antoinette to come to the aid
qt the city with "Let them eat cake,
them."
"LET -US HAVE PEACE"
(B{ Idhxund Vance Cooke,
Anthor and Writer)
So spoke the master militarist of
Ain4*ica three and fifty years ago. So
say we after viewing the desolation
of three and a.half years of the worst
warfare the earth has ever known.
Let us 'have peace-just as soon as

(By Ellis Parker Butler)
How long would an American -
German, thinking and talking pro-
Americanism, be tolerated in Berlin?
How long would a German, thinking
and talking anti-Austrianism, be tol-
erated in Munich? If you who read.
this were in Germany today, would
you expect to be allowed to talk
against Germany simply because you
were an Amercian? Would you not
be profoundly grateful to be permitted
to .remain alive and keep your mouth
shut?
If America is not united for the war,
it is, at least, to be hoped that from
now on no human being in America
will talk sedition. There are two pos-
sible sorts of human beings in Amer-
ica today-foreigners and citizens. Of
these it is the duty of citizens to be
loyal; foreigners will be taken care of
as they deserve, according to their ac-
tions. There is a third variety of
human being in America-an impos-
sible sort-citizens and disloyal. In
time of war such a creature is an
unimaginable as an atheistic Christ-
ian.
I cannot imagine, in time of war,
how any being can be at once citizen
and disloyal. Any German in Ger-
many, !talking disloyalty to Germany,
would be placed against a wall and
shot. If you can't talk for America,
keep your fool mouth shut.
GOVERNMENT CAMPS MAY
GET TEXAS PROHIBITION
Austin Tex., Feb. 26.-An almiost
completely dry Texas within 30 to 60
days was the opportunity which dry
leaders predicted they had within
their grasp at the opening of a special
session of the legislature today.
This session was called by Gover-
nor W. P. Hobby to declare a 10-
mile dry zone around army camps in
Texas. The drys asserted that in
passing this bill, they would be able
to add clauses to includ, ship build-
ing in the same category as army
camps in such a way as to render the
state practically all dry. They pre-
dicted furthermore that they hoped
for the enactment of statutory pro-
hibition which would shut out liquor
completely.
The proclamation of the governor
of Texas was issued after Secretary
of War Baker had written him that
"the war department will be deeply
interested in any effective measures"
enacted by. the special session of the
legislature "which will make it more
difficult for soldiers in the camps of
Texas to obtain liquor." Gov. Hobby
said that all doubt as to what he
should do regarding this legislation
was removed from his mind after re-
ceiving this expression from the sec-
retary of war.{

And

Bought and Sold

Slater's Book Si
Phone 430336

Y. W. C. A. cabinet will moot at
4 o'clock this afternoon in Barbour
gymnasium.
Judiciary council of the Women's
league will meet at 12 o'clqck today
at Barbour gymnasium.
Senior lit invitations must be order-
ed between 2 and 4 o'clock this aft-
ernoon in the main corridor of Uni-
versity hall.
Michigan Daries will meet this aft-
ernoon with Mrs. L. Mason Lyons,
1704 Geddes road, to sew for the Red
Cross.
Senior girls will hold a meeting at
4 o'clock Thursday afternoon to de-
cide on the style of collar to be worn
with caps and gowns. Girls are ask-
ed to order gowns early.

SPE

Hair

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and

nan officers never lead their'
in battle according to a promi-
vriter. What 'they are doing is
g behind the lines ready to shoot'
era.
office philosopher declares that
:ne look at the city :water that
he old style tramp would post-
his annual bath.
nans are now building aero-
sheds under the ground. Jaybe
e been wiped .off the fac. of .the

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king of the new uniforn
eard no kick againDst the
,ps.
n jumping pu'ddles bear in
days this winter that it

JISED Td
NET WI:

., Feb. 2.-Fuel
arfield today advis
to buy their norma
for next winter.:
as soon as the ec
i denied that 'he h*
-last-year not to
supply of coal -fo
governing the dli
>r domestic purpose
I upon the reta
of L. A. Snead, f
or, who is now vi

ms we the broken sword of Prussianism is
hoolatendered 'rin uhconditional surrender.'
Detesting war, we are forced to be-
lieve in a War which became neces-
min'd sary to regain peace for the world.
didn't Respecting peace, we protest against
a pseudo-peace which the -enemies of
mankind may use as a preparation
BIY for renewed war.
[ TER If Might is God 'and Schrecklich-
keit is its Prophet, then Prussianism
is justified. Welcome peace and wel-
ed- eems the -shaokles -which shall bind
ed all the -w*rld. But if such a standard is
L, sup- wrong, then Germany is wrong and
in the e :dare not submit or quit until her
oal is power is no longer a menace. Let
.us have peace, but let it be a peace
d trg- between peers. The only peer of
put in democracy is democracy. When
r this: Prussianium flouted its own royal
bonded *ord sas a "serap of paper" it
ctribu- forever abjured all right to enter in-
es will to another treaty with -self respect-
urn to ing peoples. When Prussianism speaks
ederal now, no matter how fair the words,
isiting neither its friends nor its enemies be-
e reg- liese. It does not even believe itself.
ioning Prussian :speech is a mere means of
adopt- disguistng its purpose. How can
. there be a ,parley between Unfaith on
its part and Unbelief on ours?
Today Prussianism's only absolution is
re the restitution. Its only symbol must be
gradu- "Surrender." Either surrender to the
favors forces of the world which it has out-
s, and raged or surrender to its subject peo-
ilacing, pies which it has deceived.
rridor The people of Germany can again
:k this rise to the -height of credibility in the
world by trampling upon the dead
d last body of Autocracy. When the people
e to be of Germany cry "Let us have peace!"
to en- we -shall listen. As long as her voice
i their is the voice of Prussianism, we can

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