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1DEMANDS SQUARE DEAL.
GALENS UPPER-CLASS MEDICAL
SOCIETY PROTEST AGAINST RE.
CENT STATEMENTS ABOUT ME-
1ICS

ely entitled It is when he is in this state of
I news diss
wise credit- mind, his thoughts focused on those
local news whom he has left behind, that a let-
ter frdm home buoys up his spirits
iversity of and imparts new life and energy to
ing except
r. his being. Poets and artists have en-
n Arbor as deavored to portray the happiness
4ng. which a soldier experienees on receipt
l, 2414. of a communication from home, but
300 words, this feeling of his is almost beyond ex-
sarily to ap-
f faith, and pression. A letter is an oasis in the
hiton let desert of his existence; it satisfies his
tice box in longing thirst for news of those who
ibrary where
o'clock each are dear to him; it nourishes the wak-
11 receive no ing and arouses the sleeping memor-
be returned ies.
or that pur- Letter writing is not a process which
consumes much time or effort, and the
ging pditor1
ess Manager Measures which a letter brings to. its
recipient are far greater, than the
Yews Editor
City Editor energy expended in writing it. A
orts Editor cheering letter, full of news from
ciate Fditor
raph Editor home, will make Sammy a still better
pen's Editor soldier.
rary Editor-
on Manager A Pittsburg paper recently ask-
>n Manager ed its readers for their opinions as to
where the proposed Willard-Fulton
ter R. Atlas fight should be put on. The result was
K. Ehlbert 7 for Cedar Point, 3 for Denver, and
a scattered few for the North and
South Poles and other equally prom-
.p Shinman S
Somovitz inent places. The other 45,000-odd
nces Brocne voted solidly for the trenches.
%lilton Marx
ces Handibo
[gar L. Rice
1. Riorden St. 'Louis, head of the eighth re-
serve district, and the first to over-
subscribe its Loan quota, now justifies
y Hase itself for the saying of "show me."

Editor, The Michigan Daily:
It is said that last fall when the
R. 0. T. C. was being organized Lieut-
enant Mullen made a statenent at a
freshman mass meeting to the effect
that every one should sign up and
try the military training course, and
that if some students found that it.
interfered with their work they could
drop it.
Early in the fall when certain medi-:
cal students enrolled in the course
they did so only after a promise from
Lieutenant Mullen that they could be
excused if their R. 0. T. C. work in-
terfered with their classes and pro-
fessional studies. When these stud-
ents found that the pressure of medi-
cal work was too great to permit of
participation in drill, they dropped it.
Now Lieutenant Mullen insists that
these students must not only come out
and drill, but must make up the drill
periods they have lost all the year.
A letter from the surgeon-general's
office states that "it is the wish of the
surgeon-general that the same exact=
ing standards- be placed upon the M.
E. R. C. men that are placed on other
men in times of peace and that the
professional training of the M. E. R, C.
men should be decreased in no respect
either in quality or quantity, The re-
quirements for the satisfactory care
of our soldiers are fully as high as
for civil practice."
If Lieutenant Mullen's orders re-
main unchanged these students will
certainly, not be fulfilling the wishes
of the surgeon-general as the loss of
time involved will certainly lower the
standards of their professional train-
ing, both in quality and quantity.
We are strongly in favor of real
military training of any kind and are
especially -in favor of compulsory
training for all students; but if vol-
untary training is to prove a success
and benefit those who volunteer must
receive a square deal.
GALENS, UPPER-CLASS MEDI-
CAL HONORARY SOCIETY.
MASQUES TO GIVE
"AMAZONS" TWICE
Plans for two productions of the
"Amazons" were perfected at a meet-
ing of the chairmen of the 09mmt-
tees Saturday night at the home of
Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson, who is act-
ing as director. The first presentation

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Wyvern will meet at 8 o'clock to-
night at the Delta Delta Delta house.
Rehearsal for "Amazons" will be
held in the parlors of Barbour gym-
nasium as follows: 5 o'clock, Lit-
terly and Noel; 7 o'clock, Shuter, Noel4
Billy, and Tommy; 8 o'clock, DeGriv-
al, Litterly, and Tweenwayes.
---i---
Freshmen will have a baseball game
at '4 o'clock this afternoon on the field
across from Barbour gymnasium.
Prof. C. C. Certain of the Cass
Technical high' school of Detroit, will
speak to those interested in teaching
at 1 o'clock this afternoon in Tappan
hall.
A class in standard surgical dress-
ings will begin at 3 o'clock Tliurs-
day afternoon at Angell house.
Martha Cook building will give a
benefit card party from 2 to 5:30
Saturday afternoon.

BOOKS - CARDENING
Garden Steps-Cobb ................... ................
Garden Making-Bailey.......................
Practical Garden Book-Hunn 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....
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THE EBERBACH & SON COMPAb
200-204 E. Liberty Street

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The place to go when you want
Chemicals
Laboratory Supplies
Drugs and Toilet Articles

* ____
Juniors will play baseball.
o'clock Wednesday afternoon.

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L. A. Storrer
rank N. Gaethke
23, 1918.
S oiml v itz
and tryouts at

If we would dig down down here as
hard as 'they are digging in over there
our national Loan quota would be over-
subscribed now
A number of students are saving
their this week bolts until the days'
preeeeding and following May 1.

"British
headline.
kaiser?

Have Pig Controller--"
Have they captured the

Lists for the tennis tournament are
posted in Barbour gymnasium. The
Newberry courts are ready for use.
Kappa Kappa Gamma and Chi Om-
ega will contest for first honors in
baseball at 5 o'clock on next Thurs-
day afternoon at the field across from
Barbour- gymnasium.
There will be a regular meeting of
the Girls' Glee club at 4:30 o'clock
today in Barbour gymnasium.
There will be a Y W. C. A. cabinet
meeting on Wednesday at 4 o'clock in
Newberry hall.
GOVERNOR SLEEPER PROCLAIMS
MAY 3 ARBOR AND GARDEN DAY
* _ _*
Arbor and Garden day has been de-
signated for Friday, May 3, by Gover-
nor Sleeper.
Every person is urged to plant his
garden, plot with potatoes, corn,
beans, and other nutritious vegetables,
and to destroy the noxious shrub, the
highbrush barberry, so dangerous to
wheat and other grains.
Governor Sleeper expressed the ex-
treme need of all poople observing
this day. His Proclamation reads:
-if you can't plant a big garden,
try a little one; and take care of it.
Our soldiers In France must be fed,
as must the armies of our Allies, and

PROF. I. R. 'ROSS GIVES LECTURE
ON "THE CHRIST TYPE IN ART"
Several slides of the world's most
fanious paintings of the Christ were
used by Prof. Herbert R. Cross to
illustrate his lecture on " The Christ
Type in Art" Sunday evening, at the
regular meeting of the Unitaria4 Stu-
dents' society.
A violin solo was given by Mr.
Howard S. Liddell of the psychology
department, accompanied by Evelyn
H. Scholl, '20 Ester C. Cristanelli, of
the School of Music, also sang a solo.

T TO BOTI
onstrated the value
na fell because she
.d untrained. She
y to the insidious
a, and the Germans
their opportunities.
:s been educated
ave been a different

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CARYATIDJ

allege man is making himself'
ful for his country. He has
luring the w'ar that an acad-
ining is not harmful but that
opposite is true, and that iw
do as well if not better, what
in the shop is doing. And the
the shop has come to re-
e college trained man as h^
d before. Instead of looking
i him for his . "book learn-
ich he formerly was in the
scorning, he has come to have
egard for the alert and ready,
hich can master practical
s well as theoretical.
ar has shown the value of
shop man and the college
irther, each has come to ap-
the other, and is rapidly
from the other. The college
ains. but little of practcal
'hile in school, and is eager
now that he may help his
win the war. The shop :nan
earning from the college stu-
n is glad to test his theories
y his knowledge.
been said that one of the
t results of the war will be
ation of a new national spirit
sited States. Along with this
e the closer relationship of
ersity to the average man.
:ticability of a college train-
become more and more ap-
id higher education will even
>ngly justify itself.

That Michigan's my Alma Mater
I learned the very day .I got 'er
But this is what's been troubling me:
Where can my Almus Pater be?
Professor Certain to Speak"-The
G. M. N. in A. A. They all are.
It Isn't Just the Atmosphere That's
j Close
ary-LTh is The truth. I went to
Young peoples' meeting last night.
(Getoffyrfoot, we know you. Honest.
And I heard these:
"Dancing is bad; it's done in an
atmosphere that's too close."
"Dancing is good for the arches; it
makes the feet strong."
I maintained an attitude of friendly
neutrality. EDGAR.
Have you fallen a victim to the little
old skin-game known as "Low-Shoe
Day" and7 then tried to reach the:
Economics building by skirting the
south flank of the Library and march-
ing through the gravel-pit? It causes
the quality of mercy on the guy who
invented oxfords to beonme a trifle
strained.
' Aw, Call 'Em Puts
She.(coyly)-What wonderful brown
poohtays!
He (blastingly)-You mean my cor-
dovan puttys?
She (blandly)-I think puhtees are
so becoming.

I will be on May 9, under the auspices Ievery pound of vegetables raised
of the Women's league, and the sec- a Michigan garden will release
and May 10 under the auspices of the much wheat to be sent abroad."
Masques. Both will be open to the
general public so far as the limited CANOEING ON HURON TO BE
capacity of Sarah Caswell Angell hall MORE POPULAR THIS SEAS(
will permit.
Professor Nelson has expressed him- More canoes than ever will be s
self thoroughly satisfied with the work on the H4uron this year, according
that the girls in the cast are doing. Mr., W. J. Saunders, manager of 1
"The cast," said Professor Nelson, "is 'local boat and canoe livery.
an unusually capable one, containing Orders for new boats and cano
a number of girls well known on the this season have exceeded the to
campus for their dramatic ability, set last year. Many new canoes f
Jenny Jacnb4, '19D, was the author of rental have also been purchased
the Junior Girls' pigy this year, and the livery. The season is not in f
last year had the- leading role in the swing yet because of the unfavora
"oMagic Carpet." Beatrice Fales, '18, 'weather, but regardless of this ma
and Lois May, '18, wire the leading ppgts are on the river daily. The ci
male roles in the Junior Girls' play a rent 'has 'entirely abated, .and it
year ago, Nina keljogg, '18, and La perfectly safe to take canoes out,
Vern Ross, grad., both had prominent the opinion of Mr. Saunders. The_
parts in the "Tragedy of Nan." ual safety devices are in place.
The chaimen for committees arp as
follows: For tryouts, Beatrice Fales, Senipr Lit Canes Placed on Sale
'18; for properties, Anne Miller, 18; Three dozen senior lit canes ha
for costumes, Dorothy Probst, '18; for arrived, and may be procured at W
tickets, Jean Maclennan, '19, and for hams Co.'s State street store. T
programs, Dyme Bodenstab, '19, engraving is being done by Carl
Bey, the Arcade jeweler.
There 1. opportunity in Dolly want
ads.-Adv. ' Alwavm-Daiv RArfri --Almwarv

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Cary-Did you ever have a
thank you for roses some other'
must have sent?

girl
fish

"ER FOR SAMMY
n a trench on the blood-
ields of France, or per-
tome, in one of the na-
rients, a friend of yours
ting for Democracy, or
ing for the time when
s No Man's Land to
Tiers of kaiserism from
lds.
case his life contains
f loneliness. In the un-
sphere, the memories of
ts world to seem like
le, for his companions
tot replace those who
rheir comradeship is no
t of his life, b thee
ower to take the places

WURRIED WUN.
Suspicion would never be cast upon
us for a deed like that.
Why We Take Pain-Killers
When beer I quaff
I envy the giraffe
With his neck so long
And his breath so trong
That he feels the taste
Down to his waist
Of the sweet Oolong.
-CHOW CHOW.

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FRIDAY, APR. 26, 1918

When we see the becaned crips
turned loose upon us, we manage to
put up with the w. k. sniff, "So this is
the way four years of college has left
them."
We specialize in full sole wor. 0.
G. Andree Shoe Shop, 222 8. State.-

Try our
HOME-MADE
Candies
They are both deliciop
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