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AN DAILY

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unlike the German.

CARYATID

taxi drivers are still extort-I
cents per jitney ride from the
mate passengers who can be,
I to pay it.

Is there a second to the motion to
as change the name of Woodward avenue
in Detroit, to Jesse James avenue?
'di
b- SOLDIERS EXPECT
Se HELP FROM HOME

By Meredith Nicholson, Author
' The men who cross the sea to fight
under the American banner in this
great war for world-freedom have' a
right to expect those of us who re-
main behind to support them valiant-
I ly. We are reminded daily of the
nation's needs, and a whole hearted
r response to every demand is essential
to a successful termination of the
war. These appeals are not imper-
sonal; they are addressed to you and
me. Not a man, woman or child in
America but is vitally concerned in
the issue, and we are all, in a very'
true sense, factors in the mightly
struggle.
When the boys come sailing home
we want to be able to meet them with
a consciousness that have failed at
no point to strengthen and sustain
them. We shall be grateful to them
when it is all over; it is our business
now to establish a firm basis for a
reciprocal gratitude on their part.
The soldier and sailor fights only
half the battle; we on this side of
the wide water can not shirk our ob-
ligation to supply our half of the fight-
ing power. Every household, every
field in America must play its part
in this, struggle.
There must be no heartache in the
day of peace, no regrets that we might
have hastened the end by a keener
realization of our responsibilities.
The thousands over there must never.
question the loyal co-operation of the
thousands over here. -

Bulletin
Anywhere in Germany-The kaiser
standing on the bank of the river
Styx late this afternoon, was heard
to remark 'distinctly, "0 Death, where
is thy sting-a-ling-ling?"
Some one petitions that the girls in
"Let's Go!" be awarded honor
boints for their military marching be-
hind the foot-lights.
"D This From the Desk-lolers
"Do you have an Opera here?"
"0, of cho-rus!"
Visions of Hell-Rooming with one
of The Great Misunderstood.
The Press Agent Forgot This
In our coming production (you
know, this one is absolutely THE
MOST TA-DA-DA-DA) chorus men
will be served with and without-
mustaches.
The Bushbwahviki were like Febru-
ary-very short.
The pet feature writer, all bound
'round with despair: "The next time
they try to get me to write one of
those things to fill up space I'm go-'
ing to give' them a cut of myself'
to run instead."
Ted: "O, don't go wild. Do some
hair-raising stunt to make people ap-
preciate you; grow a mustache."

--
Board of representatives of the Wo-
men's league will meet at 9 o'clock
this morning in Barbour gymnasium.
Prof. J. C. Parker of the college of
engineering, will speak and all mem-
bers of the board are expected to be
present.
Sophomore girls will hold a get-
together p rty from 3 to 5:30 o'clock
thi afternoon at Barbour gymnasium.
There will be dancing and refresh-
ments.
Junior and senior girls from Wayne
county will meet at 5 o'clock Mon-
day afternoon at Barbour gymnas-
ium to organize for war work.
Classes in registration will be held
at 5 o'clock every afternoon next week
except Friday and Saturday. Women
who are requested through the col-
umns of The Daily to learn to become
registrars must report for at least
one of these classes. Others who wish
to volunteer for the work can do so
by leaving their names at the office of
the dean of women.
Iota Sigma Pi Will meet at 1:15
o'clock this afternoon in room 300.
Chemistry building.
RD. RUTHVEN SUPPORTS ACT
AGAINST SLAUGHTER OF GAM

A FEW TITLES OF THE
Best New Books
First Call-Arthur Guy Empey.. ...........................$1.50
A Yankee in the Trenches-Holmes.................. $1.35
How to Live at the Front-MacQuarrie... .............$1.25
In Our First Year of War-Woodrow Wilson....................$1.00
On the Field of Honor-Hughes Le Roux...................$1.50
The' Bolsheviki and World Peace--Trotzky......... ........$1.50
Liberty Writings of Dr. Hermann Kiefer, edited by W. W. Florer.$2.50
My War Diary-Waddington ............... ...............$1.50
Food in War Time-Graham Lusk............................... 50c
Wah r's Bookstores
MAIN STREET STATE STREET
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN
. TELEGRAPHY?
We can furnish you with Keys, Sounders, Buzzers,
Wire Batteries, Etc.
THE EBERBACH & SON COMPANY
200-204 E. Liberty Street

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Stationery Sale
1 Pound Writing Paper and
2 Packages Envelopes
35c
The Slater .Book Shop;

The calamity howler always hangs
himself if given enough rope.

English as orchestrated by
"Let's Go!" gan;.
'Cellist to difector: "There's
sharp not ,enough."
(Ss-sh-let's go.)

the
one

ting LIBRARY COURSES
bell,
'18, WILL BE CHANGED
of
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n's infant
game of
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athletic
like uni-
ne Mich-
This is

New rulings in regard to the library
course offered during the summer ses-
sion make it possible for a student to
elect such courses in library work and
methods as he chooses, instead of
electing the entire curriculum as has
been necessary heretofore.
Six courses will be offered in this
department during the coming sum-
mer, the one new course being high
school library work. The other five
courses are: instruction to library
work, elements of cataloging, elements
of classification and ordering, ele-
mentary reference work, and book
binding.
All the courses with one exception
require practical work in the Uni-
versity library as laboratory work,
the number of hours varying accord-

WAR BROTHERS WILL PROVIDE
BLUEJACKETS WITH COMFORTS.
Men in the naval service who have
no relatives and home ties are' to
have the advantage of the War Broth-
era membership movement of the de-
partment of the Women's Naval ser-
vice, whose .,purpose is to provide
recreation and comforts for the
sailors.
The War Brothers membership was
established in order to give an op-
portunity to American men in home
service for the nation to contribute to
the morale of our bluejackets and
marines by being War Brothers for]
the period of the war to some lonely]
lads who need a man's advice and
friendship. Personal letters and little
gifts of tobacco and books and other
helpful acts of this nature count a
great deal in the drive for victory.
Membership may be gained through
headquarters at Washington by ap-
plication.

"From an economic standpoint wild
geese and ducks are only valuable as
food and if properly protected there
is no reason why they should not add
materially to the food supply," said
Dr. A. G. Ruthven yesterday in com-
menting on the attitude of Dr. E. W.
.Nelson, chief of the United States bu-
reau of biological survey, who protests
against the slaughter of wild game for
the market.
"Michigan naturalints agree with Dr.
Nelson that unlimited killing of game
birds is to be deplored. Birds should
not be used up faster than they can,
maintain the species."
The game laws of Michigan grant
an open season of two and a half
months for ducks and geese, and
the hunter is limited to 25 birds a day
with a maximum of 50 a week. Game
fowls cannot be killed for the market
in Michigan.
JAMES' RECORD AS HEAD
OF U. OF I. OVER 13 YEARS.
Urbana, Il1.--Coincident with the
approaching fiftieth birthday anniver-
sary of the University of Illinois, for
the celebration of which plans are un-
der way, comes the announcement
that President Edmund J. James has
'completed the longest term of office of
any president who has served the Uni-'
versity of Illinois. President James'
administration dates from Sept. 1,

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'T'here is no room more thought of
when it comes to furnishing, than the
Dining Room. Let us show the var-
ious sets we display on our floors.
Martin Haller, Furniture Rugs, and
Carpets.-Adv.
If SPRING STYLES

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DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eflective May 22, 1917)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars--7 :3 a
in., 8:xo a. in.. and Hourly to 7:10 p. in., 9:r.
Kalamazoo Limited Cars-8:48 a. m and
every two hours to 6:48 o. m.; to Lasiing,
8:48 p. rn.
Jackson Express Cars kocal sto" we t of
Ain Arbor)-9:48 a. in. and every tia hours
t0 V:q8 D. m.
Local Cars East Bound-5:35 a. in.. 6:4c
a. in., 7:os a. it:. and evrry two ho'rs to 7:05
p. in., 8:0; p. in., g :o.5 p. in., o : so p. m.
an psilanti.only,9 a.i,9:5oano
2:5-.m.,6:05 p" m, 9:45 p. m, it:45s . il.
Local Cars West Bound-6:5 a m , 7:48
a. m.. ro:2o n. m.. 12:20 a. m.
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
FThe Ann Arbor Savings Dank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $550,000.00
Resources .........$4,000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron.
707 North University Ave.
IF IT'S ANYTHING
PHOTOGRAPHIC, ASK
SWAIN
113 East University

Ward & Washington. 8-9 A. A. Sav- 1904, a term to date of thirteen years
against the team dents will be allowed a maximum of ings Bank Bldg. Phone 866.-Adv. and six months.
he floor of Water- eight hours work toward graduation .
In the Chicago elected from the library courses. -
e crowd evidenced Those enrolling in the elementary
long as the team courses must have at least 30 hours
the opponents. credit in the literary college and for
ased to be 9-3 in the high school course, must present p in .
rines and Chicago at least 75 hours.
murmurings were The instruction will be directed by ,in K ok o Brown and Gunme ta
At the half, with Librarian W. W. Bishop, of the Uni-
ier favor the team versity, Prof. A. S. Root, of the Ober-
because the crowd lin library, S. H. Rauck, of the Grand
>t standing up in Rapids public library, and Miss M. P. Style and comfort are the two out-standing features of the
Benedict, of the New York public 5 new low shoes for early spring wear. This model, in koko
D win at any con- library. brown and gunmetal, has the stylish appearance men like, and
Sbe seen tonight yet the last is so comfortable it can be worn all day without
support without UNION PRESIDENT SPEAKS ON - tiring the feet.
i'chigan nee IMPORTANCE OF INFLUENCE . KOKO BROWN...............$5.50
king~ on the gym ___
sure a method of GUNMETAL .....................$5.00
"Influence has been defined as con-
trol over the activities of others, and
singe it encourages emulation and Syn
asked if he was can be used as a great force for good Spats will be very popular this season and we are showing
red in the nega- a complete variety in all the new designs.
or evil, the man who possesses it must
was pr -ii c. $1be extremely careful." With these -$1.50 TO $3.56
words, George F. Hurley, '18L, presi-
p dent of the Michigan Union, summar- 5
ecies. ized his talk on "The Responsibility Se' cur window display for a complete line of spring ox-
.and Peril of Being Influential" yester- fords ranging in price from $5.00 to $10.00.
ties of peace with day noon at the Bible Chair house. . Main Floor
it is but natural Hurley compared the man of influ- r
Et step will be to ence to a trustee of property, and _
Ids of Greenland" stated that just as the latter has ab-
solute power over the property ac-
cording to law, so the man of infiu
tys the taxi cor- ence has a tremendous power, and
o give better 'ser- may be considered as the trustee of
rease in rates. Of other destinies.
it. Of course. The Rev. Lloyd C. Douglas of the
Congregational church will speak at o
way Hindenburg 12:40 .o'clock today on "The Ministry 183-185 Woodward Ace.-
ity about how he of Angels."-
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spring suits and top coats are
more snappy than ever this
spring; the kind of clothes red-
blooded young men will be
wearing. They have incorporat- !
ed in them all the style tenden-
cies that will be popular.
We have bought freely and as
a consequence offer you choice
of a stock unequalled for rich-
ness of choice and variety of
style, anywhere but..inttheir
shops. You will find here
clothes as good as you can buy
in any city, and the price is
more reasonable.
New neckwear, Steson and
Knox Hats.
Reule, Conlin, Fiegel & CO,
The Big Home of Hart Schaff-
ner and Marx Clothes, at South-
west Corner Main and Washing-
ton Streets.

YotT every Bank-
ing need fulfilled at
Farmers& Mechanics Bank

101-105 So. Main

330 So, State S
(Nickels Arcade

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HOME-MADE
Candies
They are both -delicious and
Wholesome
MADE AND SOLD AT
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Phone 987 109 S. Main S

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