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this is best
on the honi-

- But for those who neglect the less
' of exact sciences, a word of warning.
When the war is over a period of
r as reconstruction will come, unparalleled
in the world's history. This will be a
-- world Renaissance, and even, so far as
ord the *arts of the world are now drag-
Sthe ging in the dust, so then they will be
aror
west raised to a standard as high as they
e are now low. The engineer and the
architect will rebuild broken material
ditor Europe, the teacher, the philosopher,
igr. the sociologist and the journalist must
Jr. rebuild the minds of the nations,
ioJr. downtrodden in the struggle with a
aney material might. To plant the flowers
ghell and the joys of life again we must
1ey not lose from our hands those blue
ager birds of happiness-poetry, painting,
,ager
ager and philosophy.
ager
bell "German navy head squelched by
tlas Dewey, dies," reads a headline.
bert
Shades of Perry, Farragut, and John
man Paul Jones, let's have some more of
iter the squelching done at once and let
Oson
vitz 'em .scrap it out on the Styx.
ene
ines
port According to Ring Lardner's
Rice
nidis "Wake" Chicago has gone several
days without a murder. Detroit is
hopelessly in the lead with an "I kill
aee at least one a day" motto.
:rick
bele
nald The University will in truth become
.ase
an institution of heigher learning
when it gets the aero mechanics.
We hesitate to suggest that the pic-
ture of the "Let's Go!" pony chorus
be renamed the "Horse Fair."
uts The campus wit -says, the German
promises to the Russians are about
as useful as the P in Pvtok.
By the way, has the kaiser's aid
be society given place to the Bolsheviki?
try
tti- MINISTER FAVORS
eat DRAFT OF WORKERS

"Sring Fever l No, ay."
She is one of the kind without a
blemish and what Nature hasn't done
for her she has lost no time in do-
ing -for herself. She lives surrounded
by an atomphere of frigid aloofness
and a coat of many moles. Now a
person doesn't mind frigidity of pres-
ence, but combined with a moleskin
coat, it gets on your nerves; there is
something about it then that rankles
in your soul. It drives you to think'
Red anarchistic thoughts about the
equality of man and the insolence of
man's highly developed isolated rib.
Well, all this is the way I used to
feel. Because the other morning in
class I was watching Her Indifference
and humming my hate song under my
breath when suddenly her eyebrows
began to squirm. Her nose twitched,
causing a disturbance in the calci-
mine, and then she sneezed. There
has been a joyous song lilting in th
heart of me ever since. It is onder.
ful to ponder on the essential like-
nesses of human beings. She of the
coat of many moles sneezes even as
you and I.
The Betsy Ross shop wants a young
lady for candy. Like the Spanish
throne, this is a strange thing to be
going begging.
A Diamond Ring Worn Thin From
Much Travel
Cary:
What is worse than to see two or
more fraternity pins audaciously worn
over a girl's heart?
MISS OGYNIST.
Have You a. Little Vision in Your
Brain?
The Dante of the Daily has acquir-
ed a whole batch of rival infernoseers.
A few of their delirium tremulos occa-
sionally become coherent as follows:
Visions of Hell-
Staging a come-back in the Univer-
sity A, B, C, column with the same
professor who gave you an "E" last
semester.
The 'forces of righteousness may
preventthe appearance of Theda
Bara.
Having a sweet young thing with a
Colt 32 mistake you for the lady-
catcher.
Wearing galoshes to class and then
being invited out to lunch.
Rushing the goober-gallery to see
Ruth and finding that all the K. P.
in town have come out of the kitchen
and pre-empted the Mister Noah rows,
evidently with sublime faith that
Heaven will protect the working-girl.
All right; we'll loosen the screws
for today. But if you have any pet
night mares which fairly reek with
sulphur, confide in us and we will per-
form the ancient function of the con-
fidante and lap your secrets bare to
the eyes of the morbid populace.
Jokes the Gargoyle Does Not Clip
"Where'll I hide this ten dollor
bill?",
"Put it under that Gargoyle. It'll
be safe."
-Yale Record.
After all, it Would seem that Russ-
ia has nothing on Van Wert, Ohio,
when it conies to revolutions.
Stork-Jewell Marriage Announced
The marriage of Miss Meta P. Stork
to Sergeant Joseph B. Jewell, '17E,
took place at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Stork,
1117 Prospect street, Saturday, the
Rev. Leonard A. Barrett officiating.
Sergeant Jewell is at present at Camp
Custer.
The Daily's specialty is service to

everyone. Let us serve you.-Adv.

Rev. Lloyd Douglas will speak at
4:15 o'clock this afternoon in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall on the religious
phase of the "World Today."
Women of Kalamazoo, Calhoun, St.
Joseph, Cass, Berrien, VanBuren, Al-
legan, and Barry counties who have
signed up for patriotic war work will
meet at 4:15 o'clock this afternoon
with Katherine Harrington, '18, at
Barbour gymnasium. Other women
from these counties who are interest-
ed in the work are invited to be pre-
sent.
Geneva club will meet at 7:30
o'clock tonight at the Alpha Chi Om-
.ega house.
Second registration class will be
held at 5 o'clock this afternoon at
Barbour gymnasium.
Y. \V. C. A. cabinet will meet at 4
o'clock tomorrow afternoon at Bar-
bour gymnasium.
Mrs. J. E. Beal, 343 South Fifth ave-
nue, and Miss Sarah T. Hollands,-Al-
umnae house, 1227 Washtenaw ave-
nue, will be at home to college women
from 4 to 6 o'clock this afternoon.
Regular, Girls' Glee club rehearsal
will be held at 4 o'clock this after-

A FEW TITLES OF THE
Best New Books
First Call-Arthur Guy Empey................................ $
A Yankee in the Trenches-Holmes $.. ........................ $
How to Live at the Front-MacQuarrie ..........................$
In Our First Year of War-Woodrow Wilson .... . .............$
On the Field of Honor-Hughes Le Roux................. ..... $
The Bolsheviki and World Peace-Troazky...................$
Liberty Writings of Dr. Hermann Kiefee. edited by W. W. Florer. $
My War Diary-Waddington ..... .................... $
Food in War Time-Graham Lusk,. .......................
W-ahr's Bookstores
MAIN STREET STATE STRE
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN
TELEGRAPHY?
We can furnish you with Keys, Sounders, Buzzers,
Wire Batteries, Etc.
THE EBERBACH & SON COMPAlN
200-204 E. Liberty Street
-- - - --
Stationery Sale
1 Pound Writing Paper and
2 Packages Envelop
35c
The Slater Book Shol

noon in Barbour gymnasium.

their
com-

All
caps
pany

senior women must ordert
and gowns of Mack andc
before Friday of this week.

n been
e cause
han the
nvolves
welds
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take it,
ideals of
difficulty

Conscription to obtain men for ship-
building, and money for the Liberty
Loan were advlocated by the Rev.
Lloyd C. Douglas of the Congregation-
al church in his sermon Sunday morn-
ing on "The Cyrenian Conscript."
"Let us have a large use of the
principle of conscription," said the
speaker. "Strikes among shipbuilders
at a time when the, very gravest need
of the nation is for ships, should not
be tolerated, and such men should bc
drafted into the service."
In regard to money conscription,
the Reverend Douglas stated that dur-
ing the second Liberty Loan, Governor
Harding of Iowa authorized the ap-
pointments in any county of a man to
detain for investigation anyone who
in the judgment of the committee
failed to do his duty in the purchase
of. bonds. It was found that 180 men
who-.were financially able, refused to
buy. Most of them invested on being
given a second opportunity, but it was
necessary in some cases to give the
men 24 hours in jail to awaken them
to a realization of their duties.
The Reverend Douglas also urged
the use of more drastic measures in
dealing with the Gorman-Ameridan
Alliance, for which he declared there
is no present need. He declared that
if the American citizen of German des-
cent cannot yet understand how ser-
iously his fatherland is in error, it
would be well to teach hi'm immediate--
ly without temporizing.
Detroit To Hear New York Orchestra'
Josef Stransky will conduct the New
York philharmonic orchestra this eve-I
ning in -the last concert of the "Great
Orchestras" series at the Arcadia in
Detroit.
Rudolph Ganz, the Swiss pianist, will
be soloist. He will play the "Concerto
in A major" by Liszt. The Rachnian-
inoff "Symphony in E minor," the
"Swan of Tuonela" by Sibelius, and
Chabrier's "Spanish Rhapsody" will be
played by the orchestra. .
Cirls' Glee Clubs Hold Joint Meeting
The girls' gee club entertanmed the
freshman glee club Sunday afternoon
at the home of Katherine Kilpatrick,

RED CROSS PLAN LARGER
SALE OF SEALS 11N 1918
Washington, March 11.-At a con-
ference of Red Cross seal managers
from all over the country just held
here, a new plan for handling the an-
nual Red Cross seal campaign was
decided upon and announced here this
morning at the headquarters of the
American Red Cross.
The new plan involves a closer
working co-operation between the
American Red Cross which furnishes
tW seals, and the National associa-
tion for the Study and Prevention of
Tuberculosis and its affiliated organ-
izations which direct the sale. The
tuberculosis associations and the local
chapters of the Red Cross will work
together in the seal sale and the pro-
ceeds will go for tuberculosis work.
The sale this year will close about
Dec. 15 instead of continuing through
the holidays as heretofore.
The sale this year will be on
much larger scale than ever before.
Already a .preliminary contract has
been drawn up for the printing of over
600,000,000 seals.
Preliminary reports of the 1917 sale
presented to the conference indicate
an increase of over 50 per cent on the
1916 campaign with a total sale of
of over 150,000,000 seals.
Announce Rehearsals for "Phormio"
Weekly rehearsals for "Phormio"
have been announced as follows:
Act 1, at 8 o'clock Tuesday night in
Room 203, University hall; acts 2 and
3, at 6:30 o'clock Wednesday night in
Room 305,, University hall; acts 4 and
5, at 6:30 o'clock Thursday night in
Room 203, University hall; acts 2, 3,
4, and 5, at 9 o'clock Saturlty morn-
ing in University hall.
TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT-Wood-
ward & Washington. 8-9 A. A. Sav-
ings Bank Bldg. Phone 866.-Adv.
Wespecialize in full sole work. {.
G. Andres Shoe Shop, 222 S. State.-
Adv.

A want aa in the Daily will "lt
your property.-Adv.
The official' R. O. T. C. and U. M.'
Insignia have arrived at Henry & Co.
715 N. University.-Adv.
SPRING STYLES

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Kalamazoo Limited Cars--
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8:48 p. rn.
Jackson Express Cars ,Io
Ai~n Arbor)--9:48 a. in. and
to ":48 m..
Local Cars East Bound-
a. in., 7:05 a. in. and ev,-rv
p. mn.. 8:o; Io. mf., 9:05 p.
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change at Ypsilanti.

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Resources .........$4
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DETROIT
Between Detroit.

Fraternhi
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Hart Schafner & Marxey

heavy char-
black horses
armour. As
le, thousands
1, and trudge
idding. From
ne, from the
om the quiet
versities, all
an of the ty-
s and hearts
im realities
s is the task
Augean sta-
'in and mind

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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 in their
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.

J ing need fulfil

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101-105 So. Main

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FRIDAY, MARCH 15,1918

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writtn by Camilla Hayden,
I pat,t x anthems were sung
clubs. M\(iss Nora Crane Hunt
Bowl of Roos,' by Clhrk an-i-
Il's ".'ur Leaf Clover "

MUSIC.
tIke" Fisher (himself)
"Toni" Huss
OtCy" Darling
"'Harry" Cook
"Johnny" Shwer

Piano
Violin
Ban brine
Saxophone
Drums

Reule, Conlin, Fiegel & CO,
The Big Home of Hart Schaff-
ner and Marx Clothes, at South-
west Corner Main and Washing-
ton Streets.

Try our
HOME-MADE
Candies
They are both delicious
Wholesome
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The SUGAR BO'
Phone 967 109 S. Me

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