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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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BER ASSOCIATE PRESS
iated Press is exclusively entitled
for republication of all news dis-
ited to it or not otherwise credit-
paper and also the local news
crein.
ewspaper at the University of
Published every morning except
ing the university year.
t the postoffice at Ann Arbor as
matter.
nn Arbor Press Building.
Business, 960; Editorial, 2414.
ations not to exceed Soo words
r notices of events will be pub-
he Daily, at the discretion of the
ft at the office in the Ann Arbor
or in the notice box in the west
the general library, iWhere the
collected at '7:30 o'clock each
NfcDonald.......Managing Editor
Robinson......Business Manager

home to keep these men Michigan
men; to imprint in their minds that
Michigan has not foigotten them. - t
is up to usyto make these men glory
in their reminiscences of Michigan;
to make them feel a sense of pride
when Poilus and Tommies pass byl
marching to the cadence of "The Vic-
tors," the martial tune of the Allies.
How then can we accomplish. our
task? Scribble a line or so tonight
to your friends wherever they are.
Send them an Alumnus, a Daily, a
Gargoyle, or an Inlander, and continue
to send them some token from Mich-
igan. Spice your letters with inter-
esting and personal bits of Michigan
life. Keep 'em Michigan men.
"Mr. St. John expressed himself yes-
terday as being exceedingly pleased
with the production and declared that
he was confident of its success."-The
Daily. Mr. St. John is the opera di-
rector, you know.
We see 'in our own paper that final
taxi rates have been decided upon.
Knowing some of the members of the
taxi corporation by reputation, we are
inclined to doubt this.
The Bolsheviki continue to break
in on the front page. All they're do-
ing now is retreating and killing off
a few more of their'own generals.

..Iews
son ....... ..City
horn, (r.. ...Sports
. . . .. . .Associate
ser.........'relegraph

Editor
Editor
Editor
Editor
Editor

A Head-piece of Calla Lilies is
Suggested
Pity the poor Gargoyle next year!
Not because the war will deprive us
of our most preserving campus wits,
but because the Michigan Union and
the people of the state of Michigan
have put the kibosh on their two hoary
jokes: the homely and helpless. female
student and the drunk male variety.
The literary college's idea of a big
afternoon is to attend a class meeting.
We understand that not long ago the
president found bnough present so that
he wasn't obliged to make all the mo-
tions himself. He only needed to sec-
ond them.
This Vision is in a class by itself-
the man who tells you he has a list
of 67 girls who have kissed him.
Nothing like a flood to make a first
night go off with eclat.
LITTL E COUTS SHOWN
MANY STUDENTS THOU4IIHTLESS-
LY WIPE MUDDY BOOTS ON
NEIGHBORS' CLOTHES
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
It seems peculiar to me that many
students show so little courtesy, or
so little thoughtfulness toward others.
I refer first to that type which wipes
off his muddy feet on your clothes.
and in his other spare moments, is
either shaking the bench on which you
sit, or kicking it with his feet. The
other type toward which my grouch
is directed monopolizes not only his
own seat in a lecture course, but half
of yours, making it almost impossible

i. Mighell..........Women's Editor
et H. Cooley........Literary Editor
Makinson...... Advertising Manager
. Cholette......Publication Manager
I Wohl.........Circulation Manager
R. Srith...........Credit Manager
NIGHT EDITORS
C. Barnes C. M. Campbell
R. Osiu,.r. Mark K. Fhbert
William W. Fox
REPORTERS
KcAlpine Paul A. Shinkman
Irish Philip Slomovitz
SM. Price Frances Broene
rown Milton Marx
F Hunter K. Frances Handib
B. Landis Edgar I,. Rice
Mines- Rilla A. Nelson
e Sergeant Vincent H. Riordan
BUSINESS STAFF
Leitzinger Harry D. Haus
Cress Katherine Kilpatrick
Christen Frances H. Macdonald
Schmiedeskamp Agnes Abele
A. Cadwell, Jr. aI. A. Storrer
Frances IH. tase
[URSDAY, MARCH 14, 1918.
t Editor-Charles R. Osiu Jr.
MICHIGAN, A LEADER?
ide criticisms, if properly di-
,are always of great value. The
4lay a Camp Custer officer, and
Ite of the &nversity a few years
mentioned the fact that Michi-
ras scarcely serious enough in
titude of the war situation.
:he finfal analysis it will, be to
ca that the world will look for
cision on the world war. She has
>wer to make or break the Al-
de. If she should withdraw, the
n would be-Germany's, Looking
tts other than in the face is
sirable.
Uigan is scarcely the war school
hers, especially eastern schools,
Yale, Harvard, Princeton, and
.1 are much farther adyanced
.re we.
Uigan can look with great pride
- war record from the fact that
as given 7,000 of her sons to
rvice. The nation has but to ask
her thousands will go. But just
hat is unasked, and probably
rable.
at home, still drawing out the
the University affords us are
forget at times that Michigan
great part to play in the war.
one of the leading Universities
country, its students, faculty,
'stem generally come under the
f close scrutiny. If Michigan
his or that, it becomes more or
enerally known among the big-
en of the nation. If Michigan
lown she is losing something
will lower her. Students must
tt the present time as one of
portunities in every field. If
ma Mater is to continue a lead-
student body, as a vital factor,
ither realize, or be made to real-
e prospects and situations.
"EP 'EM MICHIGAN MEN
:e the wa~ has been declared ap--
ately 1,850 men, strong-hearted,
Michigan men, have left the Un-
y to take up arms for democ-
They have stopped midway in
education; they hae severed
any friendly relations; they have
ced the joys and comforts of
sity life; they have done all
things'to answer their country's
ay, some of these men are sta-
in cantonments and training
, undergoing the rigors of war
-ation; others on the Atlantic
'aving the ruthless underseas
and still sorme few are landing
shores of France among a
;e and foreign people. Whether.
nce or America, on the Atlantic
Pacific, these men are Mich-

nen, strong-hearted and loyal.
un to those of us who are at

I Women I
The last registration class will be
held at 5 o'clock this afternoon at
Barbour gymnasium. Women who
have been requested to become reg-
istrars and others who are interested
and have not reported at any of the
other meetings should report at this
time. Regular registration will be held
at Barbour gymnasium next week;
Universiy women are invited to a
tea from 4 to 6 o'clock this afternoon
at Newberry residence at which Miss
Mary Grosvenor will speak on social
direction of women in department
stores as an occupation for college
graduates.
"Amazons" rehearsal this after-,
noon in University hall. Youatt, Mm-
chin, Castlejordan, Whilhelmina, and
Thomasin at 4 o'clock, and Shuter,
Wilhelmina, Thomasin and Noeline at
5 o'clock.
There will be a business meeting
of Mosques at 4 o'clock this afternoon
in the parlors of Barbour gymasium.
Mortarboard will meet at 7:45
A'clock tonight at the Delta Delta
Delta house.
UNIVERSITY WILL TRAIN 200
SKILLED MEN FOR GOVERNMENT
Skilled workmen will be trained un-
der the supervision of the faculty of
the engineering college in courses
which will include carpentry, forging,
gun snrithing, machine shop work, and
gas engines. H. W. Geromanus and
Lieutenant McGee were in Ann Arbor
Monday and Tuesday making plans
for the organization of the work here,
which is a part of the government's
plans to train 10,000 men in colleges.
The men who will be trained are skill-
ed workmen who have been drafted by

'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
W.hrs -Bookstores
MAIN STREET STATE STREET
THE EBERBACH & SON COMPANY
200-204 E. Liberty Street

The place to go when you want

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Chemicals
Laboratory, Supplies
Drugs and Toilet Articles
Stationery Sale

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Two .Civil war sweethearts,
75 and 74, were married the
day. Some people are able to
trouble a long time.

aged
other
dodge

2 Packages Envelopes
35c

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Washington doesn't approve of the
unsinkable ships. In this respect they
are not unlike the Germans.
Where is our old fashioned co-ed
who used to send him home before the
deadline hour?

The Slater Book ShopI

to take notes.

A. C. G., '201.

the-selective service boards.
iineering college will train
these men.

The en-
200 ofI

CARYATID

To lose your one and only key,
To S. O. S. the landlady's son into
the hall,
To cajole and kid him into loaning you
his,
To give him your last Omar in pay-
ment,
To step out with the blessed opener
in your pocket,
To feel from time to time its comfort-
ing presence,
To have throughout the evening the
assurance of its company,
To pussyfoot home at two,
To find the door open,
Ah, THESE are the real tragedies of
existence!
To Drink, Brother, To Drink
Cary:I came into this college six
years ago and spent $18.69 for a dress
suit, expecting to be civilized occa-
sionally. After formal dances had
-been abolished, the gleeful ones were
assailed for their annual appearance
in evening accoutrements. Now even
the debaters are to come out in those
abominations of abominations, "bus-
iness suits." Soon we'll be wearing
gunny sacks on- week-days and dress-
ing up in barrels on Sundays. In the
meantime the ole blue serge hangs 'in
shreds while the monkey suit becomes
the habitat of moths. Wouldn't it drive
you to hari-kari? U. B. DARNED.
The gentleman from Ann Arbor and
Albion whose duty it is to swing the
shears has clipped us a Carey roof-
ing advertisement. Not that. we are
as much interested in the problems of
house-building as he is, but because
it bears the legend, "A Daily Gas At-
tack'",
Noticed .the scads of new mown
heads around? What a cutting effect
Opera week is having on even the
best of us!
From the Times News-"Staged A
Dog Fight And Paid $8.45 Each." The
subtle humor in this e'ades further
comment.

Newberry Tea Room to Be Kept Open
Newberry tea room will be open this
summer for the first time during the
summer session. This is due to the
fact that a great many women attend
the summer session and their is a de-
mand to have a tea and rest room near
th* campus.
Newberry hall will also be open
during the summer session and the Y.
W. C. A. will make an effort to keep
in touch with all the women attending
the summer session.
I. Kirk White Is Visiting Campus
H. Kirk White, '17, is in Ann Arbor
for a few days' visit before going to
Columbus, Ohio, where he is training
as a private in the aviation corps.
When at Michigan, White was con-
nected with The Daily and the Gar-
goyle. He is a member of Zeta Psi'
fraternity.

Dancing Friday and Saturday nights
at the Armory.-Adv.

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DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit. Ann Arbor and jacks-au
(Effective May 22, 1917)
Detroit'Limited and Express Cars---75 a
i., 8:io a. tn., and-hourly to 7:10 p. m., 9:t"
P. M.
Kalamazoo Limited Cars-"8:48 a. i and
every two hours to 6:48 o. m.; to Lansing.
8:48 P. im.
Jackson Express Cars ;local sto- west of
Aim Arbor)-9:48 a. in. and every twoh ours
to V:48 p. iM.
Local Cars East Bound---5:35 a. ,n., 6:4c
a. n.,,n7:05 a. n. and Every two ho' rs .O 7:0!
p9. tn.. 8:os 1. in.. 9g:05 p., m., I. n n)P.11
'o Ypsilanti only, 9:20 a. n., : a 11
2:05 =. rn , 6:05 P. tm, 9:45 P. in, It .45 M..
i 2:ao a. m.. :to a. mi . i:2o a. m. To Saline.
change at Ypsilarnti.
Local Cars West Bound- 6:cs a ,m. 7:48
a. ..10:20D . M.. 12:20 °a. M.

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AT ARMORY
FRIDAY, MARCH 15,1918

MUSIC
*Ike" Fisher (himself)
'"Toni" Huss
"Cy" Darling
"Harry" Koch
"Johnny" Shwer

Piano
Violin
Ban brine
Saxophone
Drum s

Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to-every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The AAarbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $550,000.00
Resources........$4,000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron.
707 North University Ave.

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You can see here,
now, the spring
styles in
- FITFORM
clothes for Young

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IF IT'S ANYTHING
PHOTOGRAPHIC, ASK
SWAIN
113 East University
STOP AT
TUTTLES
338 MAYNARD
For Lunches and Sodas
t'TYPEWRITERS
For Sale and Rent
TYPEWRITING
3Mimeographing
Fraternity and Social Stationery
0. U. MORRILL
322 South State Street

ing now.

The assortment is
fresh. And prices
Will be higher later.

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THE

men.

Values that will

Other good things'
for spring wear.

Farmers & Mechanics

101-105 So. Main

330 So. State St.
(Nickels Arcade)

Vision of Hell-When
first glow from having
recitation, to be yanked
color of.Cromwell's shoes.

feeling the
made a 10
up on the

please you.

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"Classes today? Why I should say
not! My hair would never stay in
curl if I went out in this rain," and
she lapsed back into her ice-packs,
the while flapping a fistful of cold
cream on the side of her pretty map.
0 the life ofhthe "Let's Go!" chorus girl
is one long round of Marcelles and
Beauty Sleep with here and there a
dash of Poudre de Riz.

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HOME-MADE
Candies
They are both delicious and
Wholesome
MADE AND SOLD AT
The SUGAR BOWL
Phone 967 109 S. Main S

"The Young
Men's Shop"

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