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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

MEMBER ASSOCIATE PRESS
he Associated Press is exclusi'vely entitled
he use for republication of all news dis-
hes credited to it or not otherwise credit-
in this paper and also the local news
ished herein.
fficial newspaper at the University of
higan. Published every morning except
:day during the university year.
ntered at the postofficesat Ann Arbor as
nd-class matter.
ffices: Ann Arbor Press Building.
hones: Business, 960; Fditorial, 2414.
ommunications not to exceed 300 words,
.gned, the signature not necessarily to ap-
r in print but as an evidence of faith, and
ices of events will be published in The
y at thediscretion of theL ditor, if left
he office or in The Daily notice box in
main corridor of the general library where
notices are collected at 7:30 o'clock each
ing.
1 unsigned communications will receive no
ideration. No manuscript will be returned
ss the writer sends postage for that pur-
rt T. McDonald.......Managing Editor
old Alakinson ......Business Manager

Clark, Jr..............News
rt G. Wilson.... .City
3 Schermerhorn, Jr....... Sports
A. Swaney........ Associate
n ce I.. Roeser....... ..Telegraph

Editor
Editor
Editor
Editor
Editor

REFINEMENT AND SUCCESS
In the romanticism of college years
lies the danger of sinking into the
species of Bohemianism that takes
the form of slovenly dress and care-
less speech and manner. Wrapped up
in his mental activities the individual
often very nearly ignores such mat-
ters, silencing any disturbing stirs of
conscience by telling himself that it
is the mind that should -be polished
and not the body.
To completely contradict such a con-
ception would mean to advocate a re-
turn to paganism, but also to ignore
refinements in this age of the world
in which isolation and success are
divorced, is fatal. Men who top their
professions are men who have the
social gift as well as professional
skill.
Ability to use the right fork does not
sum up what is meant by the term re-
finement. More then such mechanics
is necessasy. Ability to make one's
self agreeable to those with whom one
comes in contract, to be sympathetic
and helpful, and to be free from man-
nerisms distasteful to others comes
closer the goal. Men who possess
these qualities are far on the road to
success.
Practice will bring the sympathetic
attitude toward fellow men. Observa-
tion will reveal the habits of dress
and actions which others do not ac-
cept. A little self-discipline will make
possible the elimination of many so-
cial barriers:'
UNIVERSITY AND STATE CO-
OPERATION
Some time ago the Detroit News. be-
lieving that the University should be
better known to parents of present and
future students, as well as other tax
payers, and to future students them-
selves, placed on the campus a spec-
ial correspondent with several years

100TH ANNIVERSARY
APRIL 1918
Our representative will be at the
HOTEL PONTCHARTRAIN, DETROIT
To-day, April 16th
with Samples of Ready-made Clothing
Furnishings, Hats and Shoes
Send for llustrated Catalogue
and Centenary Booklet
r
Uniforms for Officers in the Service
of the United States

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THE EBERBACH & SON COMPANY
200-204 E. Liberty Street

ESTABLISHED 1818
--3r----. ____-.
MADISON AVENUE COR. FORTY-FOURTH STREET
NEW YORK
Telephone Murray hill 8800

BOOKS FOR INTELLIGENT CARDENING
Garden Steps-Cobb-.....-......................................60e
Garden Making-Bailey-... ............ ........... ......60c
{Practical Garden Book-Hunn and Bailey.........-. . .............60c
Vegetable Garden-Watts..................................... 800
The Amateur Garden-Cable .....-....-........................$1.50
The Well Considered Garden-King....................... ..$2.00
Garden Work-Good .........................................$2.00
The Garden Month by Month-Sedgwick.-. .......-. . ...... . .$5.00
My Garden Doctor-Duncan......................... .......60e
The Garden Blue Book-Holland ..........................$3.50
The Joyous Art of Gardening-Duncan ......... . ......... .....$1.75
Everymans Garden in Wartime-Selden-........................$1.35
Continuous Bloom in America-Shelton-.......................$2.00
" English Flower Gardens-Robinson .........................$6.75
The Practical Flower Garden-Ely,..... . ..... .. . . . ........$2.00
A round the Year in the Garden-Rockwell-......-.----- ... $1.75
History of Gardening in England-Cecil----.....-.-... . . .$3.50
Our Garden Flowers--Keeler .............. .$2.00
A Woman's Hardy Garden--Ely--------------------------$1.75
MAIN STREET WAHR'S STATE STREET

idred C. Mighell........Women's Editot
argaret H. Cooley........Literary Editor
.ul, E. Cholette......Publication Manager
rnard Wohl .........Circulation Manager
NIGHT -EDITORS
issell C. Ba.rnes Walter R. Atlas'
arles R. Osius Ji. Mark K. Ehlbert
William W. Fox
REPORTERS
R. McAlpine Paul A. Shinkman
)ise Irish Philip Slomovitz
orence M. Price Frances Broene
ra Brown Milton Marx
>race E. Hunter K. Frances Handibo
vid B. Landis Edgar L. Rice
rtrude Sergeant Vincent H. Riorden
Rilla A. Nelson

BOSTON SALES- OFFICES
Tatmoo TCow. BOYLTON STREET

NEWPORT SALES-OFFICES
220 BELL vuc Avene.

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Tonight, we're planning on devoting
ten good minutes to devising an
eternal punishment for the old
Bromide, who surprises us every
vacation by asking, "Well; how do
you like your school?"

BUSINESS STAFF
A. Leitzinger Harry D. Hause
1 H. Cress Katherine Kilpatricki
en Christen Frances H. Macdonald
iry Whiting II Agnes Abele
rge A. Cadwell, Jr. L. A. Storrer
bert Hirsheituer Frank N. Gaethke
,Francis H. Case
TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1918.

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Ali, the Old Familiar Cry!
"Right, press!"
"Runt!"
"Squabs, left!"
"Spitoons, right!"
"Ho-o.....

Night Editor-Philip Slomovitz
THE ANSWER
,Nearly three years ago Germany
started the first of her inhuman ac-
tions against America when the Lus-
itania was torpedoed without warn-
ing and 114 American citizens lost
heir lives. There followed the Frye,
Sussex, Appam and other similar af-
fronts. Bernstorff, as Germany s high-
est representative in this country,
ised his official position as a shield
for plotting the , criminaltoffenses
against this nation while the United
States was still a neutral. Edith
Davell, a British subject; was shot to,
leath though she never was convicted
>f an act which provides for the death
penalty. Belgium, Serbia, Roumania,
nd now .Russia have been overrun;
?oland has been under vassalage al-
nost since the day of the outbreak of
he war.
If a person burns your house you
on't want peace with him; you want,
o fight. If a body in power system-,
tically pillages, sacks, and rapes a
ommunity you don't want peace with1
hat organization; you want to fight.a
f the leaders of Germany publiclyt
ay they will conquer England, and
se England's navy with their own to
nslave this country to their ideas#
ou don't want peace with them; you1
'ant to fight. When the enemy is
thieving successes in their section
'here the war will be won and lost,,
ou don't want to sit at home and do}
othing; yo* want to fight.

of experience.
Naturally enough the News issued
- instructions to the correspondent to
get beyond the bare news of the day
as that news occurred, and to gather
opinions from prominent faculty men
on the subjects which they are teach-
ing in, relation to events of the day.
This realm varies all the way from
problems in sociology to discoveries
in the field of science, and then to
their relations to other world happen-
ings.
Detroiters and men all over the
state have takendperhaps more than a
passing interest in these stories, which
represent a more modern stage in the
advancement of journalism. The work,
begun a short two months back, has
already shown some results. How
much it brings out the purpose of the
leaders in the News' office is partially
dependent upon the reception the cor-
respondent, Mr. Goodnow,,.is able to
command with the persons from whom
he must seek information. The spirit
of co-operation has made itself man-
ifest.
In selecting Mr. Goodnow, the News
picked a graduate of the University,
and one who has. her interests at
heart. His stories would tend to show
thathe hassa developed socialtsense;
every newspaperman who is worthy
of the title has an ideal, and his ideal
is to present cultural and economic
and sociologic-using the word in its
broadest sense-facts, which will, pri-
marily, give everybody the advantage
of keeping abreast of the best con-
structive thoughts of the University
for their advantage; and secondarily,
for the sake of the University, to make
it a live, vital institution to the peo-
ple of the state.
A frosh was spotted in western New
York wearing a uniform with the in-
signia 'R. 'O. T. C., U. M." on it. There
have been no reports forthcoming that
any person mistook him for an officer.

We've been home, undergoing the'
process of eating enough to last until
"next time," and as the Powers That
Be have discontinued the Visions of
Hell,, we haven't had any of them.
No there is nothing visionary about
coming back to two mid-semesters
missed by the aid of the influenza.
Some one said that this kind of
thing isn't being done anymore, but
it came out in the Lege weekly:
LOST-Bug pin Roman gold. Set
with a topaz; between my home and
the Congregational church. Mrs.I
Gertrude Neff.
It's Fine for Planting Garden Too
The difference between the senior
and frosh was clearly defined during
vacation. The frosh took his uniform
home to show to the girl. The senior'
took his home unless the furnace had
been cleared out before he left.
Perhaps the baseball team was af-
flicted with Michiganensium basket-
ballitis, as, in the words of the street,
it lost two games With Columbus and
won none.

girls just adore uniformed dancing
partners.
We Might Worm It In
Joe Brown Bill Smith or Anything,
who made a bet that he could get a
wheeze about the Diet of Worms into
this pillar ofhjocularity, may yet cog
the stake if he will call around and
make it worth our while to have him
do it. We will mention gratis, how-
ever, that we think anybody who dotes
on a diet of worms should be unloved,
and hang around a garden, eating
them.
All women who intend to enter the
tennis tournament are asked to sign
immediately at Barbour gymnasium,
as all.drawings are to be made this
week.
Gymnasium classes begin this morn-
ing according to class assignments as
posted in the gymnasium.
Juniors and seniors who are to play
baseball this spring will meet at 4
o'clock this afternoon in Barbour gym-.
nasium to arrange class periods.
Tennis courts on Palmer field are

The Slater Book Shop

gradually being made ready for use.
Three are now finished and the rest
will be in condition in a few days.
Prof. Henry E. Riggs of the engin-
eering college, will speak on "Trans-
portation Problems" at 4:15 o'clock
today in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Rehearsals for "The Amazons" will
be held this week in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall or in the parlors of Bar-
bour gymnasium. This evening from
7. to 8 o'clock, Act I to the entrance
of DeGrival will be rehearsed. The
cast will report promptly as follows:
At 7 o'clock Castlejordon, Minchin and
Youatt; at 7:30 o'clock Billy and Tom-
my; at 8 o'clock Noel and Shuter.

DE1,xcV1T UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(April i, 1918)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-7:25 a.
m., 8:io a. m...and hourly to 7:o p. m., 9:1.
o. Mn.
Jackson Express Cars ;local sto- west al
Aim Arbor)-9:48 a. m. and every tvo hours
to 7:48 V.in.
Local Cars East Bound--5 35 '.m., 6:40
a. m., 7:05 a. m.: and every two hours to 7:05
p. in., 8:og. p. mi.. 9:o5 p. in., rJ:5o p. m,
To Ypsilanti only, 11:45 p. m., 12 :o a,. 4
i : iv a. n., :20 a. m. To Saline, change lt
Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-6:oo a. ni., 7:4$
a. M., 3:20 p. Tn.. 2:20 a. ru.
Courteous and' satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom.-
sr, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Sayings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $56,000.00
Resources......$4,000,000,00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron.
707 North University Ave.
IF IT'S ANYTHING
PHOTOGRAPHIC, ASK
SWAIN.
113 East University
ITUTTLESI
means perfection in the se
vice of A
LUNCHES- and SODAS

The place to go when you want
Chemicals
Laboratory Supplies
Drugs and Toilet Articles
Launary Cases
For Parcel Post

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Ouracampus
look as much
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beautiful continues to
like a factory ground
out ten-day leave of

FRIDAY, APR. 19, 1918

absence.
Didn't the R. O. T. C. boys look
sweet dancing at the Arcadia in De-
troit during spring vacation? 'Tis
said that the Kresge and Woolworth

Dancing 9 to 1

Tickets at Busy

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Music by "Ike" Fisher's Jazz Band

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Brighten Up the Home !
The Weather Man promises nice weather from now on

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American troops are in action on
e western front. Because your son,
other, cousin, or best friend may be
ering his life in Flanders or Lor-
ne you don't want to sit at home
I mope over the horrors of war;
u want to fight.
rhe army at home is calling you
help. It is the army of Amer-
ns who would be in the trenches or
uld man the ships of war if it
ild. Your answer to the enemy for
insults he has heaped us both as
.ividuals and as a nation will help
r army in its fight on the field of
tle.
'lie campaign for the sale of Liber-
bonds among the student body
rts today. The faculty has already
atly oversubscribed its quota. The
dent body filled with the
lit ideas will do the same. Your
wer should be that of your broth-
in arms-fight.

Liberty bonds will help the boys
"over there" change their addresses
from "somewhere in France" to
"somewhere in Germany."
One of the surest ways of winning
an honor flag for the city s to take
all the bonds you can buy.
Central still persists in giving Hin-
denburg the wrong number every time
he calls for victory.
Now the prospect is looking for-
ward to finals!!
A. C. Bachrach to Address Journalists
Mr. Arthur C. Bachrach, instructor
in ordnance, will lecture before stu-
dents in journalism at 2 o'clock this
afternoon, in room 441 of the Natural
Science building. The subject will
be "It Never Happened at All."

This year more than ever before, homes should
be made bright and more cheerful and right-
now is the time to get Busy!
Our stock in Furniture, Rugs, Draperies, Cur-
tains, Etc., never was more complete.
This is the year that economy should be prac-
ticed. Economy in Furniture buying consists in
getting the best grade at lowest cost.
This is the economy we offer you: in trustworthy en-
during furniture, and remember every article we sell, no
matter what the prices, is absolutely reliable.
SERVICE AND RIGHT PRICES PREVAIL HERE.
_MARTINHALE

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