is life so long ago that he isn't
whether they ever existed or
he general idea of induc-
idents 'to continue their
college. In such a crisis
it the need for more col-
nade every day more ap-
faculty decision in the
e is to induce those who
ise go to college to en-
l.The other colleges of
y might do well to follow
mne one of the handsom-
the country, Bearing in
Le aforementioned person
e Inlander last year we
nent among the women
Students enrolled with the appoint-
ment committee for teachers are re-
quested to fill out location blanks
at once at the appointment office in
Senior girls-will hold a meeting at
4 o'clock this afternoon in Barbour
gymnasium to decide on the style of-
collar to be worn with caps and
Chorus of the Junior Girls' play
will rehearse at 7:30 o'clock tonight
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall. Act II
will be rehearsed at 5 o'clock Friday
afternoon. Acts I and II at 10
o'clock Saturday morning.
Girls' Educational club will meet
with Geneva Hayes, '18, at 7 o'clock
this evening. A program followed by
a social period has been arranged.
ria started the war, says Dr.
And Germany just naturally
d her lead. Only Austria is
rank tail-ender in the Austro-
An infallible sign of. approaching
spring is those~ engineers decorating.
the eastern side of the campus with.
their surveying apparatus.
.There is room for dispute as to
which is safer-a soldier in the front
line trenches or a civilian in Russia.
CATECHISM ON WAR
The present condition of city water
ight be An excellent argument for
Le wets to sling against prohibition..
takes but one night to change-
campus 'from a swimming pool
a skating rink.
A church service at Great Lakes
training station is a cross between a
football game and State street on the
the night before election. According
to our Jackie chum, the minister ex-
horts his congregation of some th~ous2
and jolly tars through a megaphone.
Today you received this letter from
"My .dear, boy:
"I was overjoyed to recieve your
marks. Three D's and a C! You must
have worked mighty faithfully last-
semester. Are you sure that you are
getting enough fresh air? I don't
want you to become a bookworm or
an armchair athlete. Just to be cer-
tain that you get out once in a while
I'm sending down a young. Rolls-
Roycespeedster. It ought to be sort
of handy this spring. Charge the gas
Q. Can I sell or transfer my War-
Savings certificate to anyone?
A. No. The certificate is not trans-
ferrable and is of value to the owner
only, except in case of death or dis-
Q. Should I sell my Thrift card to
A. No. Your Thrift card has your
name on it and should be filled with
sixteen 5 cent Thrift stamps and ex-
changed at a post office, bank or any
other authorized agency, for a War-
Q. Should I register a War-Savings
A. Yes, if you wish to secure pay-
ment in case the certificate is lost.
Q. Am I required to register it?
Q. Where can I register it?
A. At any post office of the first,.
second ;or third class, subject to such
regulations as the postmaster-general.
Q. When can I register?
A. At the time of purchase or at
any later time.
Q. Is there any charge for registra-
tion? . .
Q. Can I register Thrift stamps or
my Thrift cardi?
Q Can I register a War-Savings
certificate that is not attached to a
Q. Can I register a War-Savings
certificate for anyone else?
Q. If I have five War-Savings.
stamps on my War-Savings certificate
and have it registered and put one.
more stamp on, must I have it regis-
tered again to have protection on
my sixth stamp?
mA. Yes. Each stamp must be regis-
Canadian Will Not Speak With Bryau
Torontai., Feb. 27.-H. C. Hock-
en, M. P., has declined to appear on
the platform with William Jennings
Bryan. "I was invited to make a
five-minute .speech at the prohibition
convention tomorrow," said Mr. Hock-
en, "I wrote in reply that I would not
on any account consent to appear on
the same platform with Mr. Bryan."
Mr. Hocken objects to Mr. Bryan's
war ideas. .
Dancing Friday and Saturday nights
at the Armory.-Adv.
SEIOR OBJECTS Tpo ATTTU)E
OF DIRECTORS IN MAKING
OPERA MEN DRIll
Editor, The Michigan Daily: -
The directors of the Union opera re-
cently told the male members of the
cast and chorus that they could not
remain in the production unless they
imnediately signed up in the R. 0.
"We want to say in the program that
every man in the opera is a member
of the drilling companies here," the
directors are allege.d to have said.
There are some half dozen, who for
one reason or another, have not taken
the course in military training in the
University. Election of this course
was made purely optional by the
Board of Regents in authorizing the
giving of military drill to students on
the cmpus. There is no legitimate'
force which can compel men to take
the course unless they so desire.
It is doubtless only natural that the
directors of the Union opera wish to
avoid criticism on the grounds that
they are using the time of men on the
campus which mighft be grten over to
military training. Had the Union
called for chorus men solely from the
military units, such an action would
be commendable in every sense.
But after picking its chorus, the
Union has no right to attempt to force
the members of the chorus to enter
the drilling unite. Those who have
worked so far to win a place in the
production are naturally desirous of
remaining. To igake them take up
military training in order to keep their
places is compelling them .to do
something which they perhaps do not
care to do. It is bringing to bear on
these men an illegitimate force. It is
making military training on this cam-
pus more or less of a compulsory
Congress has refused to authorize
this sort of training for the men of
the country. I cannot see where the
Union has the power to do what Con-
gress and the Regents have not au-
thorized. The Union opera directors
seem to be usurping power that is
not 'rightfully theirs,
New Course Offered if Law School
Use of the law library will be taught
in a new course to be offered to all
students of the Law schol. The
course will consist of three demon-
stration lectures in the library and the
working-out ut of a separate problenm
given for it. The lectures will be giv-
by each student. No credit will be
en for. two hours on three cnsec-
tive Saturday mornings.hThe first two
will be on the puse of books and the
third on the working-out of a legal
The library is the laboratory of a
lawyer," said Prof. E. C. Goddard.
"The winning of a case will often de-
pend upon the attorney's ability to
look up the decision on a similar
Prof. 1)owrio t Spck t ertices
'Prof. George W. Dowrie of the econ-
onics department, will speak at 12:40
o'clock today at the University Lenten
services at the Bible Chair house,
corner of State and Jefferson streets.
His su-bject will be "The Short Cut to
The subject for the lecture at the
same time tomorrow will be "The
Short Cut to Righteousness." Both
men and women are cordially invited
to these lectures.
Congressmen Buy Thrift Stamps
Washington, Feb. 27.-Vice-Pres-
dent Marshall and Speaker Clark
headed a long line of cingressmen'
who bought war savings stamps today
New and Secondhand
Blought and Sold
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN
We can furnish you with Keys, Sounders, Buzzers,
Wire Batteries, Etc.
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[ 200-204 E. Liberty Street
Slater's Book Shop
Phone 430 336 S. State 5
For All Departments
from a booth in the rotunda of
i niform Rank Dance at Maccabee
Hall Friday, March 1st.-AdV.
e than one
en into a
track has always
few others. Are
ability that we
e we are beaten?
athletics at all.
at least 50 men
ion is much the
a dozen pitchers
There should be
quad has reach-
both infield and
ght for by but
4 a number of
morrow night is
e entire student
the athletic sit-
"Your affectionate Dad."
Just think about it, don't.plan on
Another of the things not being done
this year is calling on last year's
Visions of Hell trying to write
sport copy without getting in dutch:
with the coach, the frat brothers, the
big heroes, and the m.e.
Amsterdam says the Turk is willing
to talk peace. Has. the gentleman
from Constantinople forgotten that he
We' are probably the eleventh per-
son to remind you that the allies can
scarcely be expected to look with fav-
or on a peace proposal which comes
hertling through the air at their
We heard a girl talking as she came
out of class the other day.-Well, we
wouldn't have thought anything of ii
either, only what she was saying was,
"I think that prof has more nerve.
Imagine asking me the difference be-
tween the Orient and the 'Occident!
Why, I never heard even heard of the
Occident. It must be an awful place
when men don't even mention it."
Somebody is authority for the state-
ment that the sediment in our h-two-o
doesn't precipitate out. Somebody
doesn't scrub out the tub for the next
wallower, that's all we have to say.
Tank Wieman, along with several-
other victims, ought to start libel pro-
ceedings against this sheet. He prob-
ably would if he weren't too busy'
writing to Her. He may have lost his
head, all right; but the curls depart-
art Scaff nr&
Young Men's Models
in Overcoats and Suits
$32.50 anb3.0V l at
4 I- C,11.t
$28.00 and $30.00 Vatlues at
$26.00 and $25.00 Values at
$20.00 and $22.00 Values at
$16.00 and $18.00 Values at
Reule, Gonlin, Flegel & Ca,
.Southwest Cor. Main and Washington
The Home of Hart Schaffuer &
DETROITT UNi~TED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jacks
(]affective May 22, 1917)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-7;:
m., 8:IO a. m., and hourly to 7:1o p. m.,
-Kalamazoo Limited Cars-"8:48 a. ra
every two hours to 6:48 o. in.; to an
8:48 p. m.
Jackson Express Cars local stc'- wes
Aimn Arborj--g:48 a. mn. and every t45o hi
to i' :48 p. im.
Local Cars East Bound -5 :3g a. m.;t
a. m., 7:05 a. m. and every two hoors to
p. mn., 8:o05 p.- in., 9 :a5 p." m., as ::c0 P
io Ypsilanti only, : a,'., a:50 a
2:05 ;.rni.,6:05 P.m 9:45 p.mi, xi 4;;;"
charge at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-6:us ; o,,
a. in. xto .o n. m. 2:o a.
We have both the inclination an
the equipment to furnish the
best in banking service
The Ann Arbor Savings Bapi
Capital and Surplus $ 500,000.0
R3esources . . . $4,000,000.0
Northwest Corner Main and
707 North University Avenue
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