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March 30, 1918 - Image 2

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The women at Michigan have found
* a certain solution for the problem.
They limit the amount of work which
. a girl may do to a certain number of
$d things, which they denote by honor
i- points.
s A revised form of this system
- might well be tried Out for the men
of The great objection raised to the old
x plan was that so many of the men
as who were busily engaged in campus
activities never rose above the mass-
- es after leaving college. Their own
Is, horiz was limited because of the
nd things in which they were engaged.
he They had no time for school work.
in They should be pitied, not censured,
for many of them had the real college
spirit, which gives up individal ad-
i4 vantages for the glory of Alma Mater.
The time is ripe now for the young-
er men. The Union, The Michigan
or Daily, and class activities call for
- men all the time. The older, men who
or are left are willing to give their time
or freely so that the beginners may be
or trained in the proper manner. Ath-
- letes are wanted, and everyone knows
r that a man who constantly trains and
denies himself the soft things of life
' stands a good chance of making good
er in athletics.
Michigan is calling to the younger
as men. Sophomores are taking the plac-
rt es of seniors, and the seniors are glad
to help them, in order that Michigan
spirit and her traditions may be pre-
tz served. It is on your shoulders, un-
re derclassmen, that our school is plac-
)O ing her burdens. Are you men enough
' to take the responsibility? We be-~
lieve so .
id On March 11, nearly one year after
er the United States entered the war, a
-bill was introduced in the house to
provide the death penalty for convict-
ed spies. We may assume that during
the year the business of spying could
be carried on with comparatively lit-
tle danger to one's neck. Of course
- the spy took a chance of being intern-
ed at some southern watering place,
and every one knows that the possi-
W bility of such a fate would be a power-
ful deterrent on the activities of a
s German agent.
Congressman James, who introduced
o the death penalty bill, apparently
thinks otherwise. We surmise, how-
a ever, that he has not consulted the
civil rights bureau or the American
n union against militarism. May it not
r be possible that he has failed to give
e. due regard to the principles of hu-
it manitarianism and personal liberty?
X- Doubtless it has already been dis-
is covered in certain quarters that the
- execution of a German spy cannotbe
or squared with these principles. The
spy may have been the means of caus-
r ing the death of American soldiers;
i- nevertheless we, must be careful not
ly to lower our moral plane, we must be
es on our guard against militarism.
se But if congress fails to pass the
it James bill we suggest the following
ias an appropriate national motto:
Better that 99 American soldiers lose
es their lives than that one German spy
be unduly punished. - Chicago Tri-
r bune.



A new brand of baby-carriage is
called the "Gondola." Santa Lucia!
New York is going to have band
concerts and patriotic addresses and
other spasms when the clock is turn-
ed ahead. If Ann Arbor celebrated
every time the hour-hand did a little
broad-jumping, the city would be one
continuous Mardi Gras.<
Did you ever notice that Mr. Kid-i
der and Miss Ketchum are on the
same page in the student directory?
According to a bill board we'ves
seen, "Gossard corsets improve everyt
figure," Try them on your bank ac-
Knit Two, Purl Two, Darn Too
Cary:-Wellesley has produced an-
other version of a moss-grown ballad
which might perhaps be adopted by
Michigan along with the revision of
Varsity. It is supposed to be sung
with plaintive violin accompaniment1
and a Carrie Jacobs Bond catch in
the throat.
"When you come to the end of a
perfect row,
And you sit alone with your wool,
And your bosom heaves with a rhythm1
For joy that you've followed the
rule, 3
Do you think what the end of a per-,
feet row
Can mean to a tired heart,
When you've dropped each stitch since
you learned to purl
And you lost three more at the
"Well, this is the end of a perfect row,
And the end of a sweater too.
It's made for a man that is big and
It will be pretty tight, 'tis true
But toiling has rendered this perfect
A nice piece of the knitter's art,
And 'twill stand in the end, still
strong and firm,
When the whole thing comes
apart." -E. A.
For sale-Baby grand piano; new
eight months ago-Detroit advertise-
ment. Not every noisy eight-months-
older can be disposed of so easily.
But We Couldn't Get In
We read somewhere that the Ger-
man soldier's identity disk is known
as his "ticket to heaven." Yes, we
found a ticket to the Junior Girls'
play on the street the other day.
Only yesterday someone approached
us who wanted to argue opera; today
there is a nice fresh grave upon yoni
A discussion of the break-down of
international law because of the
Prussian disregard for all interna-
tional agreements will feature the
April number of the Michigan Law
Review, which will appear Monday.
The article was written by Prof. C.
G. Fenwick of Bryn Mawr college.
This issue will also contain articles
by Mr. Clarence A. Lightner, of De-
troit,- and Mr. Frederick Thulen, of
Chicago, both practicing attorneys.
"Legal Ethics," by Mr. Lightner, dis-
cusses the need for higher standards
in the law profession. The "Notes
and Comments" section has a short
article by R. A. Fox, ex-'18, who left
recently with the naval auxiliary re-

I Lwtomen
Board of representatives of the Wo-
men's league will hold a special meet-
ing at o'clock this morning in Bar-
bour gymnasium. Board of directors
will meet at 9 o'clock in the Y. W.
C. A. room.
Girls' Glee club and Freshman
Girls' Glee club will hold important'
meetings at 11 o'clock this morning
in - arbour gymnasium.
The annual Michigan woman's
luncheon will be held at 12 o'clock to-
day in Barbour gymnasium. The sec-
ond performance of the Junior Girls'
play will take place immediately aft-
erward. Tickets for the play may be
purchased today at the gymnasium.
A preliminary apparatus meet will
be held at 4, o'clock Monday after-
noon for freshman and sophoiores
wishing to try out for the indoor meet
to be held Wednesday.
Exaninations in gymnasium work
will be held on Monday and Tuesday
at the regular class hours. All unex-
cused absences must be explained be-
fore April 1.
Election of officers of women's or-
ganizations will be held from 8 to 5
o'clock Tuesday at the Women's
league room in University hall.
Melbourne, Australia, March 29.-It
has been decided by the parliament of
South Australia that all towns in the-
state bearing names of German origin
are to be renamed. Among the new
names are: Verdun, Mount Kitchen-
er, Beatty, the Somme, the Marne,
Cambrai, Jellicoe, Jutland, Sturdee,
and Allenby.
The government announces that the
new names are selected with the view
of impressing on the minds of chil-
dren and others a knowledge of events
connected with the war, particularly
events in which Australia played a.
t arge part.


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To Conduct Elections on New Time
Conforming with' the ruling from
the attorney general's office, elections
which have been called for Monday,
Apirl 1, 1918, will be conducted under
the new central standard time, which,
is one hour earlier than the present
A want a: in the Daily wUl ssMU
your property.--Ad.

Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jac
($ffective May 22, 1917)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars--7
'm.. 8:IO a. m., and hourly to 7:10 P. m.
P. m.
Kalamazoo Linpited Cars---8:48 a. in
everyptwo hours to 6:48 . im.; to La
8:48 p. im.
Jackson Express Cars local sto-w"(
Aim Arbor)-9 :48 a. mn. and every tvi.
to S :48 0- m.
Local Cars East Bound---5:35 a. m.
a. m., 7:05 a. m. and every two hours c
p. m., 8:os p. m.. 9:os p. M., s,:5o
To Ypsilanti only, 9:2o a. m., 9:5
2:05 . m., 6:05 p. m, 9:45 p. M, I1:45
12:za a. m.. I:-o a. i., m -20 a. M. ro
change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-6:os a. m
a. in.. 10:20 n. m.. 12:20 a. M.


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If Hindenburg leads his armies in-
to Paris Monday, as he claimed he
would, the kaiser and his six sons
ought to be well enough toward the
front of the attack to make the city
by Wednesday.
The effect of booze on aviators
brings up a great difference of opin-
ion. Some people claim it makes the
aviator's high-flyers, while others con-
tend that a drop too much Will prove,
It is reported that trains going
through Ann Arbor will not be affect-
ed by the new daylight-saving plan.
In other words, they will run an hour
behind time as usual.
The Russians will continue to play
hide-and-go-seek with the invding
Germans as long as they still have 1
a city which they can make the cap-
Today is the day we telegraph
flowers to mother, and write dad to
hustle that allowance.
Hayden-Ladd Engagement Announced

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



Don't be wlthout a Hair Cut on

Easter Sunday

Announcement has just been made
of the engagement of Miss Geraldine
Hayden of Whargna, Mass., to Earl
S. Ladd, ex-'18E. Ladd was a mem-
ber of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity
and left early last spring with the
naval reserves.

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