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April 23, 1918 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1918-04-23

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NoW we know we are in the war-
We realize what it means--

We are determined that the sacrifice of Amer-
ican life-shallinot be in vain and that there shall
be no turning back, no faltering,,until our

wrongs are avenged and our future
safety assured.

peace

and

NOW
NOW.

is- the time for YOU to act-RIGHT

/

'ITT I_ _ _ _ _

__ I- L

_ _ __' . _ _

vIe stay-at-nomes, what sacrifces are we
making for our heroes over there; who suffer that
we suffer not; who die that weinay live?
"Buy a LIBERTY BOND"-they cry across
the sea.-Give us the strength and power to
check an enemy that fights to crush the world of
LIBERTY.
The burden of this war has come home. It is
OURS. We cannot shift it. Shifting results in but
one thing-fewer ships and shells and planes,
less food, inadequate equipment for our own
men.

..

For that

Star

Spangled Banner

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Contributed in interest of Campus Liberty Loan Campaign by:

SCH LANDERER & SEYFRIED
BLOOMFIELD
ALLMENDINGER MUSIC SHOP
BETSY ROSS CANDY SHOP
FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
QUARRY DRUG COMPANY

SCHAEBERLE & SON
FLANDERS
SWISS GARMENT CLEANING CO.
CALKINS DRUG CO.
ARCADE JEWELERY SHOP

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