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PREPAREDNESS BOARD BELIEVES
ORGANIZATIONS WOULD i
BOOST SALE
The Washtenaw county War Pre-
paredness board, through its organ-i
izer Roscoe 0. Bonisteel, '12L, hasl
appealed to societies. lodges,
churches, and other organizations in
the county asking them to cooperate
with the board in forming thrift so-
cieties.
"The sale of stamps in the county is
much below the average." Bonisteel
said yesterday. "In order to boost
the thrift and war savings stamp cam-
paign it win! be necessary to form a
great many of these clubs. The suc-
cess of the campaign depends on the
attitude taken by the existing organi-
zations, and in order to fill our quota
clubs will have to be formed by
every social and church center in theI
county."y
Mr. Newton C. Fetter, secretary of
the student Y. M. C. A., is conduct-
ing a wide campaign throughout the
county in the interest of thrift clubs.
Beginning next week the drive will
be extended to fratern'ity houses. <
The house to house campaign that
was planned for the coming Monday
was postponed until March 25 due to
the poor weather and other unfavor-
able conditions.r
SUCCESS EXPECTED ,
FOR JUNIOR PLAY(

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MILITARY NEWS
Juniors in the University this year
will have to attend two military sum-
Imer camps in order to gain recom-
mendations for the officers' reserve,
instead of one camp, as was announc-
ed yesterday. Each junior signing up
for the camp will attend this summer,
l and complete the work by attending
the camp after his senior year. At the
present time, the seniors are the only
men who arearequired to attend but
one military camp. All men wishing
to attend the camp this summer must
hand in their applications immediate-
ly to Lieut. George C..Mullen.
Members of the advance class were
questioned on the work covered in
'Drill Regulations." The cadets will
be quizzed again when the class con-
venes at 7 o'clock tonight. Marks
will be given to the men for the quiz
work.
R. 0. T. C. caps, which failed to fit
the cadet, may be returned to the
1lothing' agent this afternoon, and
proper sized caps will be ordered.
U. S. Army Chevrons
Every lance corporal in the United
States army wears one V-shaped
stripe on his sleeve; the corporal, two
V-shaped stripes; the sergeant, three
stripes; the stable sergeant, three
stripes with a horse's head under-
neath; the supply sergeant, three
stripes with a straight band under-
neath; the first sergeant, three stripes
with a triangle underneath; and the
color sergeant, three stripes with a
star underneath.
A batallion and squadron sergeant-
major has three V-shaped stripes with,
two curved bands on his sleeve; a
regimental supply sergeant-major,'
three stripes with three straight
bands, and the regimental sergeant-
major, three stripes with three curv-
ed bands underneath.
Bishop C. D. Williams will lecture'
on "Three Months at the Front" at 8
o'clock Monday night in Hill auditor-
ium. Bishop Williams has been sent
here by the Red Cross- society and will
give the lecture under the auspices of
the local charter of the Y. M. C. A.
He has been an observer in the trench-
es, and is the author of several books.

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MI$SOURI ALUMNI COMPLAIN OF
124-M LACK 01' UNIVERSITY NEWS IN
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Editor, The Michigan Daily:
At our meeting today of the +Mis-
souri Valley Alumni association, Mr.
Stanley Rosewater, '08L, called at-
tention to an item in The Daily with
reference to the failure of the Chi-
cago papers carrying news items in
reference .to Michigan activities, es-
pecially in athletics, and we were
urged to write you suggesting that
we would like to see some systematic
-method attempted to secure greater
publicity in the Chicago papers which
.circulate so largely through the mid-
die western country.
fWe feel that more of such items
would be of great interest to the al
umni of the University, and that more
notice of Michigan in this way would
tend to attract desirable students and
athletes to the University. If we
might be og help in this connection,
we would be glad to hear suggestions
from you in the University.
MISSOURI VALLEY ALUMNI
ASSOCIATION
Omaha, Neb. Henry H. Lovell, '99
March 12, 1918. President.

Lively Dialogue and >Good Music
Promise To Make Performance
Interesting
. Lively dialogue and good music, and
a plot of great interest, are expected
to make the Junior Girls' play a suc-
cess this year.
Choruses are better trained than
ever before. There are few people in
them, and it has been possible to give
more attention to each group. Col-
-lege songs form only a small part of
the music, but it is thought that these
will prove popular.
The cast contains about 30 people.
Many of the roles are taken by girls
*who are experienced in dramatics and
are capable of high class work.
One act is decidedly unusual in
both setting and costuming. Consid-
erable care has been taken to make
it effective.
No invitations will be issued to'
seniors this year, but all senior wo-
men who come directly from the
supper preceding the first perform-
ance will be admitted. A few extra
tickets for the ,first night will be on
sale in the library and Barbour gym-
nasium, and some may be sold at the
door.
N. R. CHAVRE TO TALK ON INDIA
BEFORE COSMOPOLITAN CLUB
Nikranthe R. Chavre, special en-
gineer, will speak at the meeting of
the Cosmopolitan club at 7:15 o'clock
tonight in the Congregational church.
Mr. Chavre, whose home is' Shahup-
uri, Kolhapur, India, will lecture on
his native country, illustrating the
talk with slides. The public is in-
vited to attend.
Members of the Cosmopolitan club
who have ordered, or who desire one
of the group pictures, which were
taken for the Michiganensian, may se-
cure them now at the White studio on
Liberty street.
Dean Jordan Will Visit Authoress
Mrs. Myra B. Jordan will spend the
coming week at Long Beach, Calif.,
with Katherine Holland Brown, '98,
who. is the author of "Philippa at
Halcyon" and "Wages of Honor."
Prof. Leroy Waterman to Speak Today
Prof. Leroy Waterman will speak
at 12:40 o'clock today at the. Bible
Chair house, 444 South State street on
the subject, "The Christian Use of the
Bible."
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Dr. George A. May introduced an
innovation in company gymnasium
work yesterday afternoon when he
sent several of the companies around
the track for two miles of brisk walk-
ing and running. Three or four laps
at a rapid pace were followed by a lap
of walking to recuperate. Twenty laps
were covered by each company in this
manner, one minute per lap being al-
lowed at a time limit.
Doctor May intends that the men
shall become accustomed to the cov-
ering of known distances in measured
times for the purpose of finding their.
powers of endurance. With this end
in view he proposes to give the entire
R. O. T. C. a number of cross country
runs out of doors as soon as the
weather becomes milder.
The following contests will be given
by Doctor May at 4:15 o'clock to four
companies in the Second regiment in.
Waterman gymnasium:
Second regiment-Company I, dip-]
ping, tug-of-war, two-mile cross
country run; company K, two-mile
cross country run, dipping, tug-of-
war; company L, wrestling, relay rac-
ing, chinning, tug-of-war; company M,
chinning, tug-of-war, wrestling, relay
racing.
FOLK DANCES TO BE GIVEN
AT RUSSiI KRUZHOX IEETING
Prof. Herbert R. Cross will give an
illustrated lecture on "The Art of
the Russian People" at the next regu-
lar meeting of the Russki Kruzhok to
be held at 3:30 o'clock Saturday at
Barbour gymnasium.
The program will be completed by
an exhibition of Russian dances to be
given by several Michigan State Nor-
mal students. Tea will be served in
the parlors. This meeting as well as
all the regular programs of the so-
ciety are open to the public, espec-
ially students interested in Russia.'
Always--Daily Service-,Alwaya. -

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SCRSOPER CRITICS
CONSTRUCTIVE COMMENTS IN-
STEAD OF CENSURE SUGGEST:
ED.
Editor, The Michigan Daily: ;
Now that the opening performahce
of "Let's Go!" has become a reality,
like all other realities, it is subject to
criticism both of the destructive and
constructive sort. Undoubtedly a part
of this is justifiable, but the greater
share emanates from persons who,
from the beginning have been oppos-
ed to women's participation in the
opera.
Many of these would-be critics feel
that it is their duty to find fault with
the opera;. that their apprval would
be too great a concession to the wom-
en taking part;' that their stamp of
censure is necessary to the extermin-
ation of what they consider the great
evil-women in the opera.
It is not our intention to attempt
to suppress criticism, but let it be of
an intelligent and constructive sort
rather than of the destructive kind
thrust upon us by persons who are
prompted only by jealousy and petty
motives.f
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four Michigan women in teaching
positions. Marguerite Eness, '18, to
teach modern languages and history
at Ionia, Ursula McDonald, '18, to
teach English at Alton, Iowa; Dor-
othy Johnston, '18, to teach physics
and chemistry at Howell; and Mar-
guerite Schneider, '18, to teach com-
mercial work at Allegan, are the ap-
pointlments announced by Margaret
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yesterday.
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