-Team-work and Immortality.
dress by Rev. R. S. Loring.,
-The Irreligion in Religion. Ad-
ass by Prof. Leroy Waterman, be-
e the Student Society. The pub-
UNIVERSITY LENTEN LECTURES
Conducted this week by
REV. CYRIL HARRIS
10:30 A. M.
LLOYD C. DOUGLAS
444 So. State Street
12:40 to Io'clock
We invite all Michigan men and women to observe
Special Price of $2.50
Wahr's University Bookstore,
MAIN STREETLSTATE STRE
Students' Christian Association
Church Student Organizations
Come in and see the 75 watt Blue Lamp
mans are placing upon this drive may
be realized through the announcement
that the kaiser himself has taken
charge of the operations against the
Twenty-two men will take physical
examination for the U. S. navel re-
serves, according to The Daily. Add-
ing oranges, obviously, to the list of
" xi~ h~xo ' " -nlx
Gives a white light.
Just the thing to study by
There once was a managing ed.,
Who paled as the war news was read;
"That sixty-mile shell
Gives me Visions of Hell,
And it's me for the cellar," he said.
roene -win-meiwarjar tics.. The Health and Happiness editor
.ndibo of the Detroit News is asked to ex-
Rice Though pugilism has fallen off in plain "what causes a cracking sound
orden the past few years, Billy Sunday con-; in the jaws in gaping or eating, with
tinues to make the sawdust trail pop- a feeling as if the jaw were out of
Sause ular. place." If it's a voluntary action, 'we
atrick would suggest an additiona to our
onald One way not to assist in beautify- criminal code.
Abele ciia oe
torrer ing the campus is to cut across in-
stead of following walks. This. One Is a Heated Frenzy
Visions of Hell-Playing tennis in
A-- horned horse has.rbeen puzzlingDeath Valley where it is 140 degrees
scientists of late. Perhaps it's theIthsadannohde
kaiser in a new guise. in the shade and no shade.
S Society rumor has it that Mr. Ho-
It is to be hoped that the Allies hnolr fPtdmi xetn
don't foozle the Germans' drive. henzollern of Potsdam, is expecting
to be present at the April Fool party,
tre- Mexico gets scarcely a line on her in Paris. We continua in the opinion
have never ceasing revolutidls'. that he will be one of the fashionable
guests who arrive after the party has
away begun and, leave before it starts.-
ame WOMEN REGISTER Well, we can't help it if we are Irish.
and TO AID ON FARMS .-
and Feminine Chorus-"Nowis the Winter
the of Our Discontent"-
his Temporary registrations for farm The Morrie Dunnist 'groans that
work under the direction of the wom- arguments against fussing lose their
s of an's land army may be made with potency some way on these bright
into Miss Alice Evans, women's physical spring days.
ther director, from April 1 to 5. All thoses
Someone was messed ;up in his cal-
is is who are considering it are asked to' culations when he predicted that stu-
register at this time, and after the dents would be above attending accur-
the spring recess when the opportunities ate historical representations. Oh, of
. al- are more definitely known, permanent course, in classes-but that's differ-
s of the
y of us a
h the s
Rehearsals for "Amazons" for the
week are to be held as follows: Four
to 6 oclock Wednesday afternoon,
act I; 4 to 6 o'clock Thursday and Fri-
day afternoons, act II. Lines should
be learned for these rehearsals. The
nlace of rehearsals and the members
oft' the cast who are to report for
each will be announced later.
Interviews with Miss Harriet Tay-
lor, international secretary of the Y.
W. C. A., and Mrs. R. Reed McClure
may be arranged for tomorrow by
calling Marian Stowe, '16, at Barbour
Tickets for the athletic demonstra-
tion on March 28 may now be obtain-
ed at the office of Miss Alice Evans,
physical director, in Barbour Gym-
The Michigan women's annual
luncheon committee will meet at 5
o'clock tomorrow afternoon in Bar-
Sophomore preliminary apparatus
meet will be held at 4:50 o'clock to-
morrow afternoon at Barbour gym-
Cold Weather Keeps Down Death Rate
The continuous cold weather this
winter has aided materially in keep-
ing down the death rate in Ann Arbor
the past winter, according to Dr. J. A.
Wessinger, health officer. There has
been very little pneumonia in the city
and contagious diseases have at all
times been kept at normal or below.
There is no scarlet fever or diptheria
in the city at present and there are
only three cases of mumps at the Con-
Free Exhibition of Raemaeker's
Great War Cartoons, daily at James
Foster's House of Art.-Adv.
Patronize Our Adyertlsers.-Adv
and Place Cards
H. L. SWITZER CO.
The Slater Book Shop
vay or o
Teacher for Girls
"Don't crowd, boys. One at a time,
advised a young man at the Y. M. C.
A. the other day as he tacked an an-
nouncement on the bulletin board. "A
strong, handsome, swimming instruc-
tor is desired at a girls' summer
camp." In addition to this induce-
ment, all expenses will be paid by
those in charge of the camp. The
position has not been filled.
Some time when dad's check frqm
home is slow, lost in the mails, or\a
trifle small, and you haven't enough
wherewithal to guarantee two good
week-end dances, glance at the list off
jobs on hand at the Y; M. C. A. There
are hundreds of them, which range
from teaching a young girl to ride a
bicycle, to moving furniture or barb-
ering at a summer ,'esort.
Several positions are open to
"bright, intelligent" men during the
Easter vacation. These jobs have
been created by the city forestry de-
partment, which intends to plant trees
and plow up boulevards within a fort-
Choice Selection of
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the attack, if1
mil- groups will be formed. ent.
new Registration may be made for any
the period not less than three' weeks.
our Women may form their own groups if Dean Cooley Has
con- they wish. Others will be given the: i. in .
Red 'choice of the unit they wish to enter Artcle i ec h ec
the in order of application. Twenty-two f
tay- have already expressed the desire to!
Dept enter upon the work. Vnits may be Because of delays in printing, the
not in relays, but they are expected to be March issue of the Technic will not
pries maintainedat the size during the en- be ready for circulation until Wed-
tire season nesday or Thursday.
rale Mrs. William B. Williams of Lapeer, The feature of the number will be
arts state chairman of the army in Mich- entitled "The Engineer and the War,"
how igan, who spoke here on Friday, is by Dean M. E. Cooley of the engineer-
of fully convinced that women #can do all ing department. 'This will include a
the that is necessary on the farm. A photograph reproduction of a letter
rgy, strict physical examination is re- written by President Wilson on the
us quired of all who go, and fast sum- duty of engineering students in the
mer, only one girl in all the 17 east- war, together with comments by Dean
ica- ern units is said to have been unable to Cooley. "Absolute Safety in the Air,"
stu- make good. is a satirical article by W. F.. Ger-
ion, Miss Evans and Miss Marion Wood hardt, '17E, former instructor in aero-
os- are willing to talk at any sorority or nautics, dealing with the. types of air-
league house on the subject,.answer- plane designed to put on abrupt end
ing all questions, if the women re- to the war.
quest them to do so. J. Kucera, '18A, and R. Kruger, '18A,
have contributed the cover design,
two which is a remarkable pen drawing of
of WAR GARDENS RAISE $350,000,000 the engineering towers and arch.
be- IN VEGETABLES, SAYS BASSETT
us- -- REV. LORING LEAVES PULPIT TO
ush "From war gardens alone $350,000,- ENTER DENOMINATIONAL WORK
ow. 000 worth of vegetables were raised
ani- last year," according to Mr. Ray Bas- The Rev. Robert S. Loring of the
th- sett, city forester, who spoke on war Unitarian church, has decided to leave
vith gardens yesterday in Barbour gym- the pulpit to take up denominational
the nasium. I work in the administration of minist-
any Mr. Bassett said that adults should erial pensions and relief funds for
pon make use of every good piece - of clergymen of all sects. He will leave
ug- ground for gardens, either by working some time next month.
ans it themselves, or by loaning it for Prof. Leroy Waterman of the sem-
re- use. Those wishing to make arrange- itics department, will address the
the ments for loaning ground should see Students' society of the church at 6:30
Mr. Bassett. this evening on "The Irreligion in Re-
ion Children's gardens were also a sub- ligion."
'me ject of his talk. At present there are
uld four large gardens in Ann Arbor for Prof, Rankin Lectures at 3f. E. Church
can children, two on each side of the "The Proverbs of Ben Sira" will be
ies city, with sufficient acreage to accom- the subject of the lecture to be given
or modate 500 children. by Prof. T. E. Rankin of the rhetoric
department, at 12:15 o'clock today at
in Bible to Be Discussed at Meeting the First ld'thodist church. The meet-
er- Prof. W. H. Humphreys of the Eng- ing will close promptly at 12:45
ar. lish department, who teaches all Uni- o'clock. All students are invited.
mns versity courses on the Bible, will Wellington M. Logan, executive sec-
the speak at the meeting of the Round retary of the Detroit Y. M. C. A., will
are Table of the Congregational church at be the speaker at the meeting of the
ays 6:30 o'clock tonight. His subject will Wesleyan Guild at 6:30 o'clock.
alarm clocks at J. L
Jeweler. 113 S. Main
A Patriotic Duty
The Commercial Economy Board
of the United States Council of National Defense recom-
mends that clothing manufacturers avoid models that use
cloth for needless adornments, such as belts on coats,
cuffs on sleeves, pleated coats (pinch backs and norfolks),
etc., all of which waste labor and cloth at a time when
they are both urgently needed by the army and for other
Our models are made up according
to The Commercial Economy Board's recommendations.
Please do not order any unnecessary style features as we
have pledged ourselves not to make them.
Cor. State and, N. University
DET rIT UNieio tINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jacksin
(fflective May 22, 191)
Detroit Limited an Express Cars~7 :3s
r1.. 8:Io a. in., and hourly to 7:10 P. iM., 9:I
Kalamazoo Limited Cars---8:48 a. n at
every two lours to 5 :48 D. iM.; to Lansin
8 :48 p. Mn
SJackson Express Cars ;local sto- west c
Ain Ar>or)-9:48 a. In. and every tae how
to : :48 1).in.
Local Cars East Bound--5:35 a. m., 6:4
a. 'm., 7:0; a. n. and every t ro h''~rs to 7:
P. in., 5:o.S P.-in, 9:n5 p. In., Ja:o tp. I
To Ypsilanti only, 9:20 a. m., ): o a m
z:o5 m., 6:05 p. m, 9:45 P. m, I145 n. ms
12:2;o a.-in., i::1o a. mn. z :2o a. mn. ro bliw
change at Y'psilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-6:o5 a. m , 7
a. Mn.. 10:20o P. i..12:20 a. m.
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital and Surplus, $50,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron.
707 North University Ave.
Realize for yourself the
pleasure of Home Cooked
Food. Prices Reasonable.
218 S. Main Street
Radio Miltary WEFo
WristWatches E F
$ 4 .2 5 to $ 2 1 U.
Sc h1ande Jewelry
Schianderer & Seyl
State St. at Liberty
We sell War Savings Stamps
of M. Jewelry. J. 1 Ch