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yip .--
mn- The kaiser shook hands with hun-
dreds of his soldiers on the battle-
se field the other day, according to asso-
Ite ciated press report. The methods ofk
es Senator Sorghum are not peculiar to
to a democracy.
his -

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:1 Hid 'there lWas-
My little brother's getting grown.
How do you suppose I know?
Not because he goes out alone
Nor because he's growing so.
Not because he's begun to shave
And looks at girls attachedly,
The situation's much more grave:
He Wants to have a latch-key.

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The Michigan women's - luncheon
will be held at 2 o'clock Saturday aft-
ernoon in Barbour gymnasium and
will be followed by the second per-
formance of the Junior Girls' play.
Alumnae tickets for the luncheon
are 50 cents and may be purchased'
at Barbour gymnasium.
There will be a rehearsal of "Am-
azons" from 4 to 6 o'clock this aft-
ernoon in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
At 4 o'clock, the following will re-
port: Tweenwayes, De Grival, Lit-
terly, Fitton. At 5 o'clock Noeline,
Thomasin, Billy, and Youatt will re-

SHIRT
SHOES

Special Price of $2.50
-AT-
Wahr's University Bookstores

Gymnasium St

Consisting of
PANTS
SUPPORTER

with her hundreds of
as visitors this week
through the confer-
n superintendents and
nd the Schoolmasters'

MAIN STREET

STATE STREET

When you're "all wore out" and port.

The war has put upon the shoulders
of these men another duty-the teach-
ing of Americanism. It is significant
that the resolutions committee of one
of the organizations has already gone
on record as favoring the employment
of only such teachers as are in sym-
pathy with the national spirit and
ideals. In doing so, they are block-
ing another move the countless thou-
sands of pro-Germans in this- coun-
try would like to push through. They
will teach the coming generation the
ideals of this country as opposed to
those .of Potsdam.
A number of walls around New York
and Jersey City should be available
firing-squad purposes following the
"myterious" explosions and fire in
Jersey City Tuesday night.
A Chicago boy violinist held in a
juvenile court played his way to free-
dom. This is not an ivitation 'to the
School of Music inmates to attempt
the same measures.
Add to the long roll of lost and
missing-What has become of the old-
fashioned pair who used to argue
about the Shakespeare-Bacon contro-
versy?
A slacker in Montcalm county was
led about the streets with his head in
a halter. Perhaps he'll have a bit of
horse sense now.
New York is preparing for an air
raid. According to that they must be-
lieve that the war will soo be over
-here.
A western weekly, mentions that
Miss Aida Jones mountained last Sun-
day. Wonder if she did any bluff-
ing?
OBJECTS TO CRITICISM
OPERA HAS BEEN DISCUSSED
ENOUGH; NO PURPOSE IN FUR-
THER TALK

you know you're going west present-
ly, and then someone starts telling
you something for your own good,
well, doesn't it make you start look-
Ing for the cyanide of potassium bot-
tle?
This One's No Vision
Visions of Hell--Getting marooned
in Yspi by missing the 12:40 interur-
ban.
And another glitpse- Meeting a
person who says she will a'rrive on
Thursday:
ENGINEERING SUMMER SCHOOL
MAY HAVE 12WEEK SESSION
Students of the Engineering and
Architectural colleges will be given a'
chance to earn from 12 to 14 hours
credit this summer if they show a'
desire to attend a session of 12 weeks
this year instead of the regular period
of eight weeks.
Questionnaires are being distri-
bited to the students at the' engineer-
ing assemblies, and an explanation of
the proposed plan has been made by
Dean Mortimer E. Cooley. The blanks
ask the. following questions:
1. To make the military and indus-
trial forces of the United States more
speedily effective, do you wish to
shorten the usual summer vacation
periods at college and make your
training as nearly continuous as prac-
tible?
2. If you wish to attend 12 weeks'
session this summer and find it im-
practiblet, state your reasons.
3. If you can attend the summer'
session and wish arrangements made
for you, state so definitely.
4. Namne the courses which you
could elect this snummer if they were
offered.
5. Name the courses which you
would probably elect if they were of-
fered, for both the 12 weeks' and the
eight weeks' sessions.
Theta Delta Chi Robbed .1 Overeoats
Three overcoats have been stolen
from the Theta Delta Chi fraternity
house at 910 Cornwell place. The
police are looking -for the overcoats
and the person who stole them..

mrs. John Wood Blodgett of Grand
Rapids, will speak on the nurses'
training school at Vassar at 11 o'clock
this morning in Hill auditorium. Sen-
iors and graduates will be eligle for
the comp.
Board of representatives of the Wo-
men's league will hold a special meet-
ing at 9 o'clock Saturday morning.
The athletic demonstration will be
held at 4 o'clock this afternoon in
Barbour gymnasium.

THE EBERBACH & SON COMPANY
200-204 E. Liberty Street
The place to go when you want

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Chemicals
Laboratory Supplics
Drugs and Toilet Articles

Easter Cads

Girls' Educational club
7:30 o'clock tonight at
State street.

will meet at
504 South
of women's
held next

AT

Elections of
organizations
Tuesday.

ofilcers
will be

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Mortarboard will meet 4t 7:45
o'clock tonight at the Alpha Phi house.
SCHOOL BOARDS WILL REQUIRE
PLEDGE OF LOYALTY TO U. S.
Among the resolutions adopted by
the Association of Superintendents:
and School Boards, Tuesday, was one
recommending that boards of educa-
tion require from every appointee an
unequivocal pledge of loyalty to the
United States, both in the present war
and at all times.
The committee on resolutions also
recommended that careful considera-
tion be given to the increase in teach-
ers' salaries, in order that the stand-
ards of the schools may continue to
be raised under the changing indus-
trial and social conditions, that the
Smith-Hughes and the Tufts bills, in
connection with vocation'al training,
be carefully studied and considered,
and that the state make a careful. in-
vestigation of the four quarter system'
to supplant the present two semester
plan. These resolutions were also
adopted by the association.
MARTHA COOK TO ENTERTAIN
AT EASTER EVENING SERVICE'
Easter Vesper services will be held'
Sunday evening, March 31, from 6:30
to 7 o'clock at Martha Cook building.

Reverend Cyril B. Harris, curate of
St. Andrew's Episcopal church, will
give the sermon and special music
will be given by the Girls' Glee club.
All University women are invited.
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Editor, The Michigan Daily:
As a subscriber to The Michigan'
Daily I want to take exception t& the
communication appearing in yester-
day morning's paper. More ,than
enough has already been said through'
the pages of The Daily as to the
merit of this year's opera, especially'
as to the part taken by girls in the
production. Yesterday's article seem-
ed particularly out of place coming at'
this time.
It is hard to tell what purpose moti-
vated the senior engineer in writing
this piece, unless it was a desire to
set himself up as the ultimate critic
of the opera, in which case he seems
to have failed lamentably. Why this
manshouldestate specifically that the
chorus or the opera as a whole was
poorer than in past years is hard to
explain.
I am sure that if he has any sug-
gestions to make for the betterment
of the opera before it goes on the
spring trip, the proper officials of the
Michigan Union will be glad to lend
him a willing ear. Constructive crit-
icism is welcomed by that organiza-
tion.
C. C. ANDREWS, '18.
Aristolochite Initiates Six Men
Aristolochite, honorary pharma-
ceutical society, initiated the follow-
ing men Tuesday evening: N. C. Flie-
gal, '0, H. C. Storick, '18P, F. J. Hel-
big, '20P, Ray Spokes, '19P, E. C.
Watts, '20P, and R. A. Thomas, '18P.
maneing Friday and Saturday nights
at the Armory.-Adv.

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Camp Logan, Texas, Oct. 17, 1917.
Mgr. Betsy Ross Shop:-
Last year I attended the University of Michigan and I know well
of the excellent grade of confectionery you carry. My past experience
has taught me you carry the finest candy in Ann Arbor, and I therefore
continue my patronage.
Will you please make up a five-pound box, etc., etc.
Signed Capt. D. W. S.,
Camp Logan, Texas, Oct. 27, 1917.
Mgr. Betsy Ross Shop:-
I have already heard from a certain members of the Collegiate
Sorosis who informs me that the basket of candy you sent up to the
Sorority House has never been equalled on any former occasion in
richness and dignity. .Sn Ct WS
Signed Capt. D. W. S.

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