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during the next six months. Sub-
scribe at least that much. Then hustle
all you know to pay it up.
Really, there is no question here of
d keeping out of debt, for you are al-
t. ready in debt to the full amount of the
rs Loan. Your concern - the United
States-has obligated itself to spend.
f the money. The debt is incurred now.
The more completely it is taken upon
a the individual shoulders of the rank
and file of the people the better the
- country's financial position will be.
s, The more widely the Loan is distri-
d buted the less inflation there will be,
ft and every individual with a debt to
in pay will have a -spur to increased pro-
:re
ch duction and greater economy.
Go in debt for this Loan!-Saturday
n0
ed Evening Post.
A Chicago man boughet $15,000 worth
er of Liberty bonds to get-h curl from
-1 11ary Pickford's head. The govern-

News: Edit+o

City editor
orts Editor
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raph Editor
en's Editor
rary Editor
n Manager
n Manager

Walter R. Atlas
Mark K. Ehibert
Fox

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Hiltoi Marx
s Handibo
ar L. Rice
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ment should immediately furnish
Mary with as many sets of curls as
can be utilized.
Secretary Baker has written a book
about the war. He has admitted him-
self what others were unable to find
out about him-how he has been
spending much of his time for the
past year.
Lecturers in late afternoon classes
will soon find themselves struggling
for the individual's attention with
campus society initiations.
Texas barbers are to eliminate all
egg shampoos to help win the war.
Stage folks have already signified
their willingness to help.
The man who buys all the Liberty
bonds he possibly can isn't helping
the government as much as he is help-
ing himself.
The freshmen should finish their
swings before dusk today, and have
them up bright and early tomorrow..
GLEE AND MANDOLIN CLUBS
TO GO TO LANSING FRIDAY
Capital City Provides Entertainment
for Musicians; Rehearsals
to Be Held Today

CARYATID
The pope is promising another
peace move "in the -form of a word
of warning to the universal con-
science." His holinss has not real-
ized that there is a portion of the
universe whiUh has a Gott and a con-
science all its own.
The cripple withe delicate saffron
cane has a counterpart in the blessee
who walks on tiptoes in 'the new
cocoa oxfords.
Probably it Wasn't so Hard After That
(After he'd spent days trying to get
a date.)"
"You're the human paradox; you're
so easy to look at but so hard to see."
They were both plodding to an
eight-o'clock.
"We'd better hurry up," remarked
'20. "It's late.'
"What's the use?" '19 placidly re-
sponded. "The seats are reserved for
us."
Seven Days More
Farewell, little beer stein,
Don't you cry.
You'll be a tea-cup
Bye and bye.
One of the chronically thirsty re-
fers sadly and enviously to the cir-
cumstance that last winter Chicago
closed .the schools and left the bars
open. Ann Arbor seems to be so
deucedly vice versa, youknow.
The Tommies who marched from
Mona to Wipers have .nothing on a
Sammy who told us that when he got,
to Paris he was going to make an aw-
ful hit on the Champs o' Lizzies.
Our blood is boiling with restrained
patriotism. We haven'tk any afternoon,
classes.
MICHIGANMAY SEND FIVE=MEN
TO ENGINEERS' -TRAI1NING CAMP
University's Quota Limited to 'Five
Men:Recommended"-by
Faculty

:Bond workers, who have canvassed
all "the women on their lists' should
return the lists and receipt books to-
night to room 102 Economics building.
Applications should be turned in be-
tween 4:30 and 5:30 o'clock.
Mortarboard will meet at 7:30
o'clock tonight with Katherine Har-
rington, '18, at 1016 Olivia avenue.
'T'he last vesper service of the year
will be held at 4:30 o'clock this aft-,
ernoon. Miss. Eva Lambert, general
secretary of the Y. W. C. A. will speak
and the Girs' Glee club will sing.
Seven of the tennis courts on Palm-
er field are now ready for use. The
other court will be finished in a few
days.
Seniors and .Juniors will play base-
ball on the field across from Barbour
gymnasium- at 4 o'clock this after-
noon. In case of rain, the game will
be 'played -in-'Barbour gymnasium.
A hike to Dixboro will start from
the gymnasium at 1 -o'clock Saturday
afternoon.
The class in standard' surgical
dressings will begin at 3 o'clock this
afternoon at Angell house.
The Kappa Kappa Gamma-Chi Om-
ega game will be played at 6 o'clock
this afternoon.
Rehearsal of the "Amazons," act 3,
'beginning with Lady Castlejordan's
entrance, will be held from 4 to' 6
o'clock this afternoon in the parlors
of Barbour gymnasium. The entire
cast except' Felton and 'Youatt are
'Asked to report promptly at 4 o'clock.
Because of 'the performance of the
French play, the usual evening re-.
hearsal'will be omitted.

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AY, APRIL 25, 1918.
for-Mark K. Ehlbert
Y UP, MICHIGAN"
ts need $19,900 to reach
0 days remaining before
the Liberty Loan drive,
criptions are decreasing
ling rate. Present in-
at to an undersubscrip-,
45,000 minimum. Mich-
ake up. She must not
stige.
versity did her all at the
Harvard and California
nto line quickly. What
n do? Will she hold
and let other universi-
three-barred honor ban-
float one herself? Wake
as come for all Michigan
ze, to fight, to sacrifice.
from the routine the
nd parties, to spurn the.
ering of money, to de-
or luxury's sake, are the
ed of Michigan men. It
em to obtain the honor
p to them to buy bonds,
ingly, willingy, and with
1.
)r oversubscribed the sec-
he started the third with
t. She must not retrace
he must not slacken her
must buy bonds and more
student body must over-
quota.
ITRY NEEDS NURSES
offered' to the govern-
summer the use of the
he preliminary training
or college women it will
estion, "What shall I do
ion?" .
war, the need for nurses
increase. Their import-
instruction work cannot
ed. Nursing has now be-
ssion worthy of the high-
it needs women of the
college graduate.
.an who is young and
oing to do something
ummer. The country ex-
f the girl graduate. She
country's demand on her
a nurse, since the share
will be greater than any
of workers in reconstruc
e war. Today we must
Red Cross nurse of to-

Models Shoy Sharpnel Construction
Sharpanel shell construction, from
the rough stell tubing to the finish-
ed article, is illustrated in 'a series of
12 models recently nounted in the
engineering building.

"A Trip Around the World"
"The Church, in Time of War"

DETiXVT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(April I, 1918)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-7:2 a.
n.. 8:ro a. m., and hourly to 7:10 p. m., 9:J
o. M.
Jackson Express Cars ;local sto'- west of
Azm Arbor)--:48 a. in. and eve:y t"I hours
to ::48 V. m
Local Cars East fBound-=-5:35 a. in.. 674o
a. na., 7 :o a. m. and cvry two huch s0 7:04
p. M.. 8:05 p. m., 9:05 p. i., .:)o p In
To Ypsilanti only, _11:45 p. M., 12:00 a. m.,
I :U a. im., I:2o a. rn. To Saline, change at
Y'psilanti.
Local Cars. West Bound-6:o() a. m., 7:q9
a. M., 10:20 p. M.. 12:20 a. .ii.
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The.AnnAror Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869

Michigan's combined Glee and Man- Engineers' officers training corps
dolin clubs will leave at 2:30 o'clock is the name of a new organization,
Friday afternoon for Lansing where which will commence training at camp
they have been scheduled to give a Lee, Petersburg, Va., on-May 5, accord-
concert. The purpose of this concert ing to word just received from-the'war
is to reorganize the alumni associa- department by Secretary L. A.; Hop-
tion of that city. Hon. H. R. .Patten- kins of the engineering college.
gill, '74, is chairman of the committee The war department rules state that,
of arrangements and has provided en- only those students ranking in the
tertainment for the men. highest one-tenth of their class will
The clubs will arrive in time for be allowed to attend the new -Camp.
dinner at 6:30 o'clock. After the con- Michigan's quota is limited to five
cert, which it at 8 o'clock, a dance students of the engineering college
will be given in honor of the mem- who shall be recommended by the
bers. All those wishing to stay over faculty of the college.
night will be entertained in private Secretary Hopkins announces that
homes. only seniors who are to graduate-this
A rehearsal of the Glee club will be spring will be considered for recom-.
held at 6:45 o'clock this evening at mendation to the corps. Students de-
the School of Music, and the Mando- siring to attend should consult with

Pictures and Lectures

BY

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Resources........$4,000,000.00
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IF IT'S ANYTHING
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lin club will rehearse at 7 o'clock in
University Hall.
EDMUNDS' AND CUSHNY'S
LABORATORY GUIDE REVISED
The revised edition of "Laboratory
Guide to Experimental Pharmacolgy,"
by Prof. Charles W. Edmunds, of the
Medical school, and Prof. Arthur R.
Cushny, 'formerly of the University,
now a member of the faculty of Uni-
versity college, London, Ont., has
been placed on sale.
The second edition contains several
revisions and enlargements. It is
used in the Medical school as a lab-
oratory guide book and in many oth-
er medical colleges in this country.'
George Wahr, of Ann Arbor, is tie'
publisher.

the heads of their departments or with.
the secretary.
FARMER BOYS IN SERVICE
MAY SECURE .1t1tWIR1GHS
The local selective draft'board has
been supplied with blanks by which
farmers are able to secure furloughs
for their sons. According to the local
board, there are between 30' and 40
men that have been sent^from here
that may be included in such a'class.
Applications must first be approved
by the local board and then by the
county agent. The application is then
to be forwarded to the soldiers post,
camp or cantonment commander, and
the soldier given an opportunity to
place his signature on it.
The Daily's specialty i sOrvee b
*eyO17ne. IAt US e& Dot. .

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April 25
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