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wastebasket. In the
e and buggy and tle
id education as a by-
e time, we could per-
waste a quarter of a
expensive university
urselves, individually.
be the proper time
tion of mental rust.
iecessity for full ef-

There's One girl
In This town
Who thinks She is Either
A Kleptomaniac
Or a Detective.
She keeps a
Memory Book
And She is Glad
We are in this War
Because it
Gives her
A Lot of New Things
To Collect.
Last ".Year
She Gathered
Hunks of Football men's Socks

I 'WoImenI
The class in military marching will
meet at 3 o'clock this afternoon in
Barbour gymnasiun. Those wishing
to take part in the milita marching'
exhibition before the Michigan State
Schoolmasters' club on March 28
must attend all rehearsals.
Rehearsal of "Amazons" this after-
noon in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
At 4 o'clock, Youatt, Minchin, Castle-
jordan, Thomasin, and Wilhelmina; at
5 o'clock, Wilhelmina and Minchin.

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-Troizky...................
Liberty Writings of Dr. Hermann Kiefe edited by W. W. Florer
My War Diary-Waddington ......................
Food in War Time-Graham Lusk... .....................

ex-
a

Wahr's Booksto

of high school'
uated in three
generation of
y still effect a
time by re-
hool from now
college men
in productive

MAIN STREET

STATE

The year's wastebasket and the
-Managergarbage can must travel the same
Manager
Manager route. Talk it over when you are
Manager home Easter, and decide to attend
the :summer session-Daily Kansan.
Campbell /
IahFbert
Each spring brings up the old ques-"
tions. The other day in oratory class
Shinkman the fight over co-education waxed ex-
slomovitz ceeding warm. Boy, page Morris
°Broene
ton Marx Dunne.
flandibo
r L. Rice -- -
4. Nelson
Riordan Yes, the basketball team won from
Hope, Kalamazoo, and brokeeven
D~. H-ausewith Case. We've forgotten about the
Kilpatrick rest of the season.
lacdonald
ies Abele
Storrer The Americans are smashing the
Germans in Lorraine. At that they're
doing only what is expected of them.
1918. Thte publicity agent for the Union
has as yet to compose " a sumptuous
Fox of stunning, scintillating stars."
)L The way we understand it there is
ool for to be little kicking at the Whitney to-
ich be- night
ty will
course . A:y waj; we haven't been bothered
iven in by a peace rumor for nearly a week.
blished
work, The kaiser might be reminded that
in any the Ides of March are upon us.
to be--
not be- GERMANS NOT CHRISTIANS
for the DECLARES LLOYD C. DOUGLAS
univer- "Civilization will never forgive Ger-
of the many for the atrocities of this war,"
ication- declared the Reverend Lloyd C. Doug-
nd and las yesterday afternoon in his talk on
ersities "Religion in the World Today." "The
e stu- Germans are once for all severed from
e front. the family of nations, and are not
-sity of Christians, even nominally. Their god
as the is the Allah of the Mohammedans,
nena of though unadmitted, and it is my be-
s is to lief that in time a fusion will come
only a of the religion of the German and the
s here, Turk."
of edu- After giving a brief summary of the
it is most worthy religion, Reverend Doug-
las spoke of the reform needed in the
y work church today, namely, the dropping of
r being ancient traditions.. This lecture com-
be no pleted the "World Today" series, in
of the which the social, political, and econ--
:k from omic phases of the present day have
pe we been treated.

And Ravelings of Trackmen's Shirts
And Initials
From Ordinary men's Hat's
But Now
She Swipes the Lieut's Bars
Rips off the Sergeant's Chevrons
And peprives the Bally Private of
his Buttons.
She's going in to
Detroit Saturday
And so am I
And If I
Have to Sit
With Her
Al the Way in
There Won't be Enough
Left of Me
To get off the Train.
I want to get
Downtto the Station;
Early
So that I can get a
Seat in the smoker
That's ALL I Hope.
The office is writting a theme on
"Democracy," and now just to make
a practical application of the knowl-
edge we've assimilated, we're going
to let the worst freshman cub take us
down and buy us a drink.
Miss Ogynist, Meet Landy 3annHaltre
Ye-ah, Ogy, I know something that
has your complaint all obliterated-
it's counting the nuggets and beer-
tags on a man's ventral side before
he passes you.
Today's Visions of a hellish lot.
Making up final examinations the
fourth week of the semester.
Waking up to the realiziation that
you have forgotten staff meeting for
the fourth time and are in line for'
the big rubbish can,
C. U. B
Having somebody tell you with a
1492 air that "thedwar is causing Wo-
men to take men's places every-
where."
Breaking your finger-nail on the
edge of the bed after you've turned
out the light.
Having your mother write you that
your might-have-been J-hop display is
married.

Mr. A. E. Wood, instructor. in so-
ciology, will speak on new opportun-
ities for women at 4:15 o'clock next
Tuesday- afternoon in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall.
Michigan Dames will meet this
afternoon at the home of Mrs. George
W. Ehlers, 1109 Prospect street, to sew
for the Red Cross.

Iota Sigma Pi offers a prize of
for the best essay on "Women
Chemistry" written before June 1.

$5
in

We Sell
MAZDA LAMPS
Come in and see the 75 watt Blue Lamp
Gives a white light. Just the thing to study by
HeL. SWITZER CO.
Stationery Sale
1Pound Writing Paper and
2 Packages Envelope
35c

Classes in registartion will be held
at 5 o'clock this afternoon and tomor-
row-afternoon.
Y. W. C. A. cabinet will meet at 4
o'clock this afternoon in Barbour
gymnasium.
Senior women order caps,-gowns,
and collars before Friday.
The official R. 0. T. C. and U. M.
Insignia have arrived at Henry OCo.
715 N. University.-Adv.

The Slater Book

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OUR-

.Athena Literary Society Meets
"Resolved, that the semester plan
be dropped at the University of Mich-
igan and the four term plan. be
adopted," was the subject of a debate
presented at the regular meeting of
the Athena Literary society Monday
night in Mason hall. The affirmative
side was presented by Mable Ban-
nister, '19, and Ruth Norton, '18; the
negative, by Ida E. Mines, '20, and
Margaret Yale, grad. The negative
side was voted victorious.
After the debate an interesting par-
liamentary drill was conducted by
Anna M. McGurk, '20. Elaine H. Tap-
pan, '19, acted as critic for the even-
ing.

Cary:
Yesterday as I was walking across
the campus -I saw a freshman carry-
ing a typewriter and I felt sorry for
him. So I t.m.p. in hand on the hope
that you will publish this and that he
may read it for I should like to let
him know some way that it would be
easier to carry a fountain pen..
..A. D. VICE.
WE'VE ORDERED OUR OVERALLS
After all, the homestead has many
attractions. Smith, college women
are going to farm it this summer.
We Won't Debate Thuis Point with You
Cary:
Whether or not to wear dress suits
during debates seems to be a sub-
ject for debate among the debating
teams of some universities.
JAY.
Girls Swimmers in Detroit Show
Form-The Newspaper for A. A. and
Washtenaw county. Why pick on.

Springing5
Some Spring Styles

Easter has always been new clothes day-and good
clothes day.
This year the .question is, how to be sure the new clothes
are good clothes.
And one certain way is to see the new things we offer,
Fabrics are pure; Stylings -are down to the minute; Fit
is guaranteed.
For good new clothes for Easter let us take your measure
for a suit.
G. H. Wild Company

vas even less a
expected.. Our
a joke. The
eat would have
re on the foot-
s athletic rec-
it will be nec-
k and baseball
i exceptionally

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(Effective May 22, 1917)
Detroit.Limitedanda Express Cars-
in.. 8:io a. in., and hourly to 7:10 P.
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8:48 P. in.
Jackson Express Cars :local sto-
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to s :48 0. m.
Local Cars East Bound--s:35 a.
a. mn., 7:05 a. mn. and ev-ry twio hou~rs
p. mn.. 8:o; p. in., 9g:0i p. in., io:';
To Ypsilanti only, 9:2o a. m., 9:5c
2:05 m in, 6:05 P. in, 9:45 t;. rn, ri -a
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changa at Ypsilanti.
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Give Cercle Francais -Lecture Today
Mr. P. C. Cabral, of the Spanish de-
partment, will address the Cercle
Francais at 3 o'clock this afternoon in
the Tappan hall lecture room. His
subject will be: "French People in
Louisiana."
This lecture was scheduled on the
Cercle Francais program to be given
last Wednesday, but due to the unex-
pected arrival of Captain Dutois, it
had to be postponed.
Prof. Davis to Give Extension Lecture
Prof. C. 0. Davis will lecture in
Schoolcraft, Mich., tomorrow night on
"The Tendencies of Modern Educa-

da after this?
May Festival Tickets
Mail Orders for Block "B" and "C" now being re-
ceived. They will be filled in order of receipt.
Public sale-of Block "B" $5,50 each ($2450 if
"cover coupon" is exchanged)-Hill Auditor-
ium 8:00 o'clock A. M.,(Eastern Time)

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