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appreciation of us who are left behind
that we are fullyscognizant of the ser-
vices which each of them is render-
Service-what a beautiful signific-
ance the word suggests. As we think
of it we see that the world in which
we live is founded and exists by vir-
tue of service. The father and'moth-
er who work, and plan, and save until
their faces are seamed with lines of
age and worry in order that these
children may have the best :and in
their turn serve-are helping in the
universal striving for the progression
of the race.
Service and the progression of the
race are inseparably linked together.
Those sons who have received
- who have been served, have
grasped their great opportunity
to serve humanity by crushing the
foes which threaten to obstruct pro-
gress. To these men now serving, andj
to their memory, we hang today this
Service-it is a prayer and a bene-
diction. And for us who remain, our
immediate service is to show by our
presence at convocation today that
physically as well as mentally we
heartily endorse the spirit of the ser-
vice flag. -Minnesota Daily.
eitzinger Harry D. Hause
ess L. A. Storner
le Katherine Kilpatrick
teil Agles Abele
jedeskanp Frances It. Macdonald
cadwell, Jr. Francis It. Case
rDAY, MARCH 3, 1918.
ditor-Frances M. Broene
r MERITS SUPPORT
on tojp of Mr.Hoover's st'ate-
our shortage in food ship-
the Allies comes the decision
alth service to conduct a con-
campaign. The imminent
f a national and world food
raises such moves to, a posi-
>vement is primarily'a mat-
-operation between the stu-
y and the various boarding
The organizations will find
ler matter. An undercurrent
s sentiment could easily give
ression that the boarding
ave been more than desirious
rvation to increase profits.
there is always a feeling of
, and without doubt the as-
are more than imaginary.
st step toward an organiza-
be made Thursday through a
at the Union. A representa-'
ering will aid in insuring the
>f the move.
MEN WHO SERVE
morating the servic'e of those
e left the circle of college
for the vast sphere of world
a service flag will be pre-
> the university at convoca-
y. This symbol is the visible
Whatever our differences, we can-
not help a feeling of sympathy for
the members of the German reichstag
when we read that their living ex-'
penses ar'e growing out of all propor-
tion to, their allowances.
One canscarcely blame the cadets,
especially in their new uniforms, for
not hurling themselves into one of
the campus lakes when the sergeant
bawls "fall in."
One of the male members of the
opera chorus-thank you-is out with
the suggestion that the performances
be given commencement week.
Soldiers in the trenches wade in
mud. But students of the University
of Michigan go them one better-
they drink it.
If not too badly worn from heavy
use, you might send your textbooks
of last - semester to cantonment li-
APPROVES HIG1ER SALARIES
"The appointment committee is en-
tirely in sympathy with the campaign
which is being launched to raise the
salaries of teachers," says Prof. C. 0.
Davis of the education department.
"That more than 100,000 teachers are
needed throughout, the United States
is due to the more promising salaries
in almost every other occupation.
Some parts of the country have al-
ready awakened to this fact and are
giving primary teachers with only
a high school education salaries as
high as those given to high school
teachers with a college education, in
10:30 A. M.
LLOYI) C. )OUJGIAS
"A l)REAM OF EMPIRE"
6: "o _P. M. a
Dli1. W. B. HINSDALE
"THE SOCIAL EFFECTS
To have meatless days and wheatless
To have beetless days and sweetless
To have eatless days,
To find the price of one's board soar-
ing in spite of all this,
To jingle only coppers in one's pock-
To pull one's belt tighter,
To pray for peace-or an increased
To be, in short, hard hit by the H. C.
To draw forth and gaze tenderly upon
the last 46 cents,
To decide to spend it on one last show
at the "Maj" and then to starve,
To start at the sound of a bell,
To be presented with collection charg-
es to the extent of 45 cents for
those Ypsi calls,
Ah, THESE are the real tragedies of.
"Where are you going, my pretty
"I'm going a-drilling," he said.
"Pray tarry awhile, my handsome
"'Tis nigh unto four," he said.
"How sweetly the uniform sets you
She carolled, the wily co-ed!
"Oh, pray let me go," he pleaaed,
"It's 4:15!"-and he fled.
Visions of Hell-Lab every after-
noon all spring.
Some doctor has laboriously listed 75
ways in which women are superior to
men. The Oratorical association, we
hope, will not neglect to make ar-
rangements immediately for a de-
bate between this statistician and
Michigan's fairest son.
Our idea of a pep-fest-senior lit
10:30-Nietzsche the Superman and
Democracy. Address by Rev. R. S.
6 :30-The Drift towards Socialism.
Address before the Student Society
by Prof. John Beverly Robinson,
formerly of Washington University.
The public is invited.
suit him, because he heard on account
of the war, that it's to be a uniform
Try-outs for the Masques' play,
"Amazons," will be held from 3:30 to
5 o'clock Monday and Tuesday after-
noons in' Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Seniors may pay their class dues
from 1 to 5 o'clock on Monday and
Tuesday afternoons in University hall.
Senior society will meet at 7:45
Monday night with Jessie Saunders,
'18, at 216 North State street.
Stylus will meet at 7:30 o'clock
Tuesday night at 1016 Olivia avenue,
with Katherine Harrington, '18.
Mrs. J. E. Beal, 343 South Fifth ave-
nue, Dr. Eloise Walker, 908 Monroe
street, Mrs. C. P. Wagner, 900 Lincoln
avenue, and Miss Grace Greenwood,
Martha Cook building, will be at home
to college women from 4 to 6 o'clock
State and Huron Streets
Come in and see the 75 watt Blue Lamp
Gives a white light.
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The German commander on the
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thought on the campaign which mark-
ed the beginning of the end for the
The Russki Kruzhokers are having
almost as good a time translating
their name as we have in elucidating
the cabalistic significance of ours.
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