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April 19, 1918 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1918-04-19

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The R. O. T. C. motorcycle corps
was put out of commission yesterday.
It ran over a tack.
Yesterday we received a letter from
someone, having a minature sweet-
heart flag on the back. Of course, we
are doing some wondering just now.

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orts from London.
me out-second.
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"'-And,". continued
enthusiast, "I remember
to play one-old-cat."
"Well, we've improved
smiled the genial pitcher
nine.

the baseball
when I used
since then,"
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as knitting is, there one
s still more necessary, that

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needful thing
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be

An ad in a Detroit newspaper asks
for "first-class block testers." Can it
be that they are merely using the
vernacular to obtain the services of a
psychologist?
There is a variety of objectionable
persons whom you never see on the
street until just after you've told him
over the phone that you're very ill.
The Comedy club desires that the
Women's club find something objec-
tionable in "Miss Hobbs." It has vis-
ions of Cleopatra's popularity.
FOUND-One loyal freshman, who
wears a frosh pot (after one of those
Trojanowski specials -- for obvious
reasons.)
WARNING OF GLASS IN BREAD
PROVED GERMAN PROPOGANDA

but it cannot
ler can fight
e cannot with=
Mr. Prescott.
that to drop

The annual meeting of the Women's
league will be held at 4 o'clock this=
afternoon in Barbour gymnasium.
The board of directors of the Wo-
men's league will meet at 9' o'clock
tomorrow morning in Barbour gym-
nasium.
The annual reports of Women's
league officers will be given today at
4 o'clock in Barbour gymnasium.
Jessie Saunders, '18, will lead a
hike to Delhi Mills Saturday after-
noon. The party- will leave Barbour
gymnasium at 1 o'clock returning by
5 o'clock.
Those who have signed up for Jun-
ior Girls' play scores are requested to
get them at once from Ada Arnold,
'19, at Newberry residence.
Newberry tea room, which was
transferred to the basement of Bar-
bour gymnasium during the winter
season, was reinstalled during the
Easter vacation in Newberry hall. All
three meals are now being served.
An extra practice game in baseball
for seniors and sophomores will take
place at 4 o'clock on Monday after-
noon on the field across from Barbour
gymnasium.
Iota Sigma Pi will meet at 1:30
o'clock Saturday afternoon in ioom
122, Chemistry building.
Women wishing to elect tennis
should sign up for it immediately,.
"Amazons," actt 2, will rehearse
from 4 to 6 o'clock this afternoon in
the parlors of Barbour gymnasium.
All the cast for this set act will re-
port promptly at 4 o'clock except Noel
and Youatt, who will report at 5
o'clock.
Juniors may receive money due
them from Junior Play from 3 to 4 on
Friday and 10:30 to 11:30 on Satur-
day at Barbour gymnasium.
PROF. E. D. JONES APPOINTED
TO WAR DEPARTMENT STAFF

Come in and see the 75 watt Blue Lamp

Gives a white light.

Just the thing to study by

We Sell
MAZDA LAMPS

H. L. SWITZER- CO.

BOOKS - GARDENING
Garden Steps-Cobb .......................
Garden Making-Bailey
Practical Garden Book-Nunn and Bailey
Vegetable Garden-Watts ....................
The Well Considered Garden-King.......... ...........
Garden Work-Good.............. .....................
The Garden Month by Month-Sedgwick .....................
The Garden Blue Book-Holland..........................
The Joyous Art of Gardening-Duncan.........................
Everymans Garden in Wartime-Selden .......................
English Flower Gardens-Robinson .....................
The Practical Flower Garden-Ely ...........................
Around the Year in the Garden-Rockwell ....................
Our Garden Flowers-Keeler .............. .............
A Woman's Hardy Garden-Ely................
MAIN A STAT
STREET STIRE

Laundry Cases
For Parcel Post

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e mignt say, are weav-
ply of the world. The
s not do its share is
:ch that works havoc
arment of protection
seeking to cover the
E INSPECTING
R U. S. AIRPLANES

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N. Muns, '12, stopped in Ann
r recently on a trip of inspection
gh Michigan to determine- the
nt Aof white pine axnd Norway
immediately available for air-
construction. After he investi-
thiS Rtiatter in TiJichigan he will
Wisconsin and Minnesota for
game purpose.
. Muns saidsthat despite all the
-finding concerning the produc-
of airplanes, spruce can not be
ut fast enough to keep the fac-
3 busy, and the government must
e pine and cypress inh its stead.
as just returned from the south
e he was sent to procure cypress,
as unable to get any at present,
1 that is ready for cutting has
bought by the British govern-
AND FEATHERS HARM
CAUSE SAYS JUDGE SAMPLE'

A bulletin issued by the Food Ad-
ministration announces that no organ-
ized attempt to work injury by plac-
ing ground glass in bread has been
found; and that the public takes no
more risk in eating bakery products
now than it does of being blown up
by a seditious bond.
In communities where there has been
injurious publication of warnings to
the public regarding ground glass or
broken glass in bread and bakery pro-
ducts The Natiinal association "-
master- bakers announces that in-
stances of such cases are extremely
rare throughout the whole country.
It is stated in a recent government's
official bulletin, that 200 reports of
glass in food have been throughly in-
vestigation by the War and Navy in-
telligence bureaus and the department
of justice, and that only one such re-
port was found to be true.

ENGINEERING PROFESSOR GETS
GRANT FOR WORK WITH STEEL
Prof. John A. Van den Broek of the
engineering college has been given
a grant of about $500 by the British
Iron and steel institute for the con-
tinuance of his experiments in steel
treatr.ent. Professor Van den Broek
has specialized in the bei'avior of steel
under cold treatment and will con-
tinue his investigations in this field
for at least a 'year.
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"Irresponsible people should be dis-
couraged from engaging in any such,
demonstrations as have occured re-
cently with paint, tar and feathers,"-
said Judge 'George W. :Sample in an
address yesterday, dismissing the jury
of the circuit court. He spoke of the
tendency at the present time to settle
differences out of court by mob rule
and mob law.
"More harm will be done to the
cause of the government than can be
cured by years of work by people who
are really loyal , ontinued Judge
Sample. "People who do these un-
lawful things may think they are
loyal, but they are not really so.
These are not evidences of loyalty."
The next jury will come in at the
opening of the May term, beginning
May 6.

R. 0. T. C. MEN OF DRAFT AGE
ACCEPTED IN DIVISION CAMPS,
Washington, April 18.-Men of draft
age taking military training at the-
University of Michigan and the Mich-
igan Agricultural college will be ac-
cepted to the division officers' training
camp on May 15, according to an
announcement issued today.
Graduates of the two Michigan col-
leges and of other institutions named
in the preferred list, should submit
their applications at once to the col-
lege president.
Two out of every 100 men in units
of the regular army, national guard
and national army, and men who have
had not less than one year of training
in the last 10 years in certain design-
ated educational institutions, will be
admitted to the camp.

Prof. E. D. Jones, head of the com-
merce and industry department in the
University, has recently been appoint-
ed civilian member of the educational
committee of the general staff of the
war department.
Professor Jones' rank will be equal
to that of major. He will be given
a leave of absence for the duration of
the war, and will leave in June for
Washington. He will prepare and re-
vise courses of study for the training
of employment managers in an effort
to speed up production through less-
ening friction between employers and
labor.
Vassar Claims First War Victim
Vassar college claims its first war
victim in the death of Amabel Roberts,
'13. Miss Roberts went abroad last
year as a nurse in a Presbyterian
hospital unit, and died in January at
a British base hospital on the West-
ern front. Four scholarships to the
Vassar training camp for nurses, each
for $350, have been given in her mem-
ory.

Caps and Gowns.
for Swing Out
can only be obtained in ample
time by ordering today or Sat.
urday.
Candidates for bachelor's, mas-
ter's, and doctor's degrees in all
departments are urged to call at
their earliest convenience.
Correct styles and sizes are
guaranteed.

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Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.

a" ciGE
WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
ISUEO BY THE
UNf7TED STATES
QUARRY DRUG CO'S
PRESCRIPTION STORE
Cor. State and N. University
Phone .108
DEI KulT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jacksar
(April r,198
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-7:23
m., 8::o a. m., and hourly to 7:10 p. m., 9
p. M.
Jackson Express bars local sto- nwe,,t
Ai.A Arbor)-9:48 a in. and every t o h
to :48 p. m.
Local Cars East Bound-s':3s a. m., 6
a. M., 7:05 a. m. and ev.ry two honrs to 7
. '-n.. 8:5 p. ,m., 9:(5 p. in., J.>:co p.
To Ypsilanti only, 1 1:45 p. 1n., 12:oo a.
i :iu a. im., 1:20 a. in. To Saline, change
Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-6:oo a. m., 7
a. M., 10:20 p. n.. 12:20 a.. in,

BEAUTY SHOP
Miss Mable Rowe. Shampooing,
Manicuring, Massage and Chiropody.
Open evenings by appointment. 326
N. ,5th Ave., Cor. Detroit St. Phone

There is opportunity in Daily want

Take either elevator to the
Drapery Section

4 ads.-Adv.

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The Ann Arbor Savings Dank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $550,000.00
Resources......$4,000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron.
707 North 'University Ave.
IF IT'S ANYTHING
PHOTOGRAPHIC, ASK
SWAIN
113 East University

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XI DRIVER PLEADS NOT
GUILTY OF OVERCHARGING

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each A. Kanope, a driver for the Ann
uota Arbor Taxicab company, pleaded not
the guilty before Justice W. G. Doty yes-
'uted terday, having been charged with a
On violation of the ordinances by 'over,
this charging for a taxi fare. The -case
the was set down for April.
George Lebler issued a complaint
'sub- that he was charged 50 cents for be-
0 so ing taken from one part of the city
goal. to another, which is a direct violation
ome of the ordinance establishing 25 cents'
play. as the legal fare. It is not known
t of whether the case will be contested on
irse, the groupds that the 'overcharge was
sent not made, or on the claim that the
easy driver had a right to charge that fare
be- in spite of the city regulations.
this .
r is Dean Hinsdale Goes to Howell
big Dean W. B. Hinsdale of the Honioe-
ceed pathic Medical school, left yesterday
morning for Howell, Mich., where he
ould will attend a convention of the State
ight Sandtarium for the prevention of
e to tuberculosis. Dean Hinsdale is pre-
Jni-. sident of the board.

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