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March 10, 1918 - Image 2

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10:30-"Above All Nations is Human-
ity." Address on The Higher Pat-
riotism and the War. by Rev. R. S.
Loring.
6:30-California and Thomas Starr
King. Address by Judge W. D. Har-
riman, before the Student Society.
The public is invited.

RE]),

Wlmen I
Junior and senior girls from Wayne
county will meet at 5 o'clock tomor-
row afternoon in Barbour gymnasium
to organize patriotic work.

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"Well," declared John as we laid
aside our Camel and eased into the
chair, "we barbers used to maintain
a hitching post for the convenience
of our patrons, who frequently drove
to town to have theit hair clipped.
In order to make our hitching-post
distinct from those of the other shops,
we would sometimes drape a blue and
white towel over the top of the post.
"Patrons soon complained, though,
that the flapping of the towel fright-
ened- their horses, so the shine-boy
conceived the idea of painting blue
and white stripes on the pole instead."
"Good idea," we agreed, "but the
red; how did that originate?"
Just then we craned our neck to
catch a glimpse of a passing co-ed,
reckoning not with the clippers pois-
ed behind our left ear. A tiny crim-
son blot appeared on the linen di-
rectly below that member.
"You see, sometimes there is a
little accident-."
"That will do. We understand per-
fectly. No shampoo, thanks. Good-
bye."
One by one, the great world prob-
lems are solved.

First registration class will meet at
5 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in Bar-
bour gymnasium.
Athena literary society will meet at
7 o'clock tomorrow night in the Ath-
ena room, fourth floor, Mason hall.
Mrs. J. E. Beal, 343 South Fifth
avenue, and Miss Sarah T. Hollands,
Alumnae house, 1227 Washtenaw ave-
nue,'will be at home at college women
from 4 to 6 o'clock Tuesday after-
noon.
Rev. Lloyd Douglas ,will speak on
the religious phase of the "World To-
day," at 4:15 o'clock Tuesday after-
noon in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Women from Washtenaw and Liv-
ingston counties who have signed up
for patriotic war work will meet at
4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon with
Margaret Henderson, '18, at 814 South
University avenue.
A rehearsal of "The Amazons" will
be held at 4 o'clock Monday after-
noon in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.f
The entire cast must be present.
Campus election day for women's
organizations is April 2.
COMMITTEE GUARDS CUSTER MEN1
FROM DISHONEST MERCHANTS
Camp Custer boys are to be guarded
against dishonesty on the part of

Come in and se
Gives a white light.

Just

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The

Battle Creek merchants.
Many reports have been turned in
during the last month about merch-
ants taking advantage of the boys on
pay day when they are temporarily
flush with change, charging exorbit-
ant prices for things Whenever they
get en opportunity. A competent com-
mittee has recently been appointed
to look into this affair, and it is
thought that most of this extremely
unpatriotic dishonesty will be elimin-
ated.

The Sensitive Plant

uch is too much. If you don't
ocking our uniforms; some-
going to happen-I haven't
suit to my name.
JIALD O. T. CHATTERBOX."

Use the Daily classIfied

sed with,
in the
id, cloth-
ier thing
ipon the
and re-
erything
of crim-

nt there has been
enial of pleasures
e average citizen.
n the general store
country with al-
dom as before Am-
e war. This can-
ut serious hurt to

The World's Greatest Newspaper re-
fers in a headline to the "Deocrats."
The grand old idea that the voice of
the people is the voice of God has
been thoroughly assimilated by the
printers' union, anyway.
God and the German sword are the
kaiser's latest rocks of salvation. The
gentleman who has sent out cards
for an April Fool party at Paris is
some how conspicuous by his ab-
sence.
This Week's Society Event Reminds
us-
Visions of Hell-Getting your B.
V. D.'s back from the laundry starch-
ed.
Fashion note-the daity arctic is
not yet passee.
Censors Need Students of Spanish
Calls have been received by the
Spanish department of the Unive'sity
from the board of' postal' censorship,
for students who can read Spanish,
and for whom "chirography has no
terrors."
The salaries attached to such work
range from $1,200 to $1,500 per year.

University Lenten Service
Topic for Week of March 10-16
"CHRISTIAN FUNDAMENTALS"

SPEAKERS

11

Monday--Rev. J. M. Wells
Tuesday-Mr. Dwight Goddard
Wednesday-Prof. T. E. Rankin
Thursday-Rev. T. M. Wallick
Friday-Prof. Leroy Waterman
Saturday-Rev. Henry Tatlock

>erations of
be carried
ss the peo-
conomize in

ICapital
Resour
Northw

up some
they re-
general
nd other

12:40 - 1:00 o'clock

Each Week f

reLeastng
e of our Any one who is interested is asked to
and cv- communicate with Roderick Terry,
ns which Appraiser's store, Greenwich and{
.ger with Christopher streets, New York city.

BIBLE CHAIR HOUSE

iI

May Festival Tici
Mail Orders for Block "B" and "C" now
ceived. They will be filled in order of i

Sale of Block "B" $5.50
er coupon" is exchanged)
m 8:00 o'clock A. M. (Eas

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SATURDAY, MARCH 16

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