when they come or show a. dispos- U M A A A
tion to remain single." ---
At this hour the Americans a're A furnisher advertises "shirts with
the center of attraction for the young . .
tub ikbs sha gstpsto
women of the other side of the water.,,s
and the New York Herald in com- I match the body." Zebras are a rath-
menting on the situation says: "Our er small portion of the world's in-
soldiers no doubt have smiles for habitants; still, there's nothing like
both women of England and France, catering to an exclusive clientele.
but it is a safe gamble they have
not forgotten the girls they left be- They's Due to All the Rest of Us Also
hind." The Baltimore Sun says that Move On.j
only time will tell, while the Denver (The apoligies are, I believe, due to
Post remarks that "he will be back Rupert Brooke.)
to marry that 'home-town' girl way And I shall find another bar, per-
out in the little western village in haps,
the heart of the Rockies."-Evening And a better one than you,
Missourian. With rail as old but shinier
And foaming steins of brew,
Detroit jitneys carried passengers And I daresay it, will do. -1627-J.
from Addison to the city hall for 25 --
cents, during the D. U. R. strike. -The perpetrator of the above is a
If the local taxi trust had been moved curious example of a sub-normal sense
to Detroit, it wouldn't have charged a of self-preservation. We have, as it
cent over $2 for the same distance. were, got his number, Watson.,
The Newspaper for A. A. and Wash- "The l.. 0. T. C. is going to Ypsi
tenaw county informs us that since tomorrow," one Cuss told us last
today is Liberty day, the University night. "We're all pressing our uni-
held no classes yesterday afternoon. 'frs.
Why, oh why, weren't w'e and our We would have similed kindly at
profs wised up to this? this, but it doesn't do to let the cubs
Stlink that they are funny, except un-
"'The nation must husband its re- consciously. So we inquired, "Going
sources," says Hoover. Does that in- en masse?"
elude women? "No," he answered, "on the car."'
Garden Steps-Cobb ........................................
Garden Making-Bailey ...............................
Practical Garden Book-Hunn and Bailey....................
Vegetable Garden-W atts ................................. .
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 ............................
man's way. Undream-
ties are spread before
ers of the other three
black lines of seniors
there will be many
hates missing. Sbme
ches, many others are
ation. A few may be
still others protecting
virtue of the six-inch
'oyer. The, men in the
help but recall today,
d 'Bill' could be here."
t itself, and the wry
fy to the appreciation
Lio has been fortunate
in sheltered in college
himself with the com-I
npus talk is fled with,
what branches of ser-
rs are entering. Sev-
within the past few
e are merely awaiting
ers are about to en-
have been expressed
gan men in the outside
to do their duty.
ain before final exam-
that time is upon us,
>er of things lto be done.
e is the leader of the
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All Work Guaranteed
Gibe us a
SThe Slater Book
Revised version as it will be today-
"Swing, swing, joy rules the day." _
It has been proposed that April,
1918, should have at least 31 days.
eatronize Our Advertisers.-Ad-
\We arc going to start a society for
the protection of overworked words
and phrases like "camouflage" and
"over the top." If you know of any
equally abused linguistic victims, tell
us and we will bend our efforts to
pensioning them likewise.
How Long, Oh Lord, How Long
Daddy's Ducats-Qhow Cho
Rugs cleaned and washed. Satiufac-
tion guaranteed. Koch and Henue.-
concerneQ witn inese prvuiei".
T The Student council should be
tad Istrengthened until it assumes its
proper place in campus events. The
student sentiment toward' the R. 0.
T. C. should be made better. There
exists now a lack of harmony be-
tween the heads of the organization
peo- andthe men. Tangles can be straight-
they ened out best by plain talk. Mis-
Tairs understandings are many and rather
t of serious. The experiment of women
in the Union opera has been tried.
hing The undergraduates should have
reached a definite conclusion as to
orld, the success or failure of the venture.
ver- The comment has been passed in-
in- numerable times that Michigan is
nan- not assuming her place as a war Un-
i ersity. Alumni mumblings are now be-
e an ing heard in protest to the Wolverines'
e of scarcity of army men on her campus.
:cise In strong alumni centers, movements
tion. to grapple with this proposition have
Stu- already been started. These moves are
expecting and awaiting the help of the
C? il ti'r r--
g o y-
S pring Co ats
W OMEN"S -MISSES'
Trench models, military effects, sleeveless
coatees and motor types of Velour, Poplin,
mannish Serges and Tweeds in the smartest
spring colors. Shirred, pleated, half
belted or full belted effects. Many with
striking silk overcollars and fai.cy stitching.
Cor. State and N. I
Between Detroit, Ann Arbc
(April 1, 191S
Detroit Limited and Expre
m.. 8:io a. in., and hourly to
Jackson Express Cars "loc;
Aim Arbor)--9:48 a. in, and
to 7:48 P. M.
Local Cars East Bound--5
a. M., 7:05 a. m. and every t
p. in., 8:o5 p. in., cq:c9 p.
To Ypsilanti only, 11 :45 P.
i :iu a. m., 1:20 a. in. To
Local Cars West Bound-
a. n, w0:2erne2 a '.ar
CORNER WDOWARD ATT
ng-out marks the beginning of
ld of the 1918 class. It calls to
difficult questions. It means
tart of a vigorous period of ac-
the last minute hurry. In the
of the preparations to leave for
e, the senior class will do well
nk of what Michigan has meant
If the near graduates are of the
,r sort,they will resolve to pay
at once inore of the debt that
owe the state and the University.
[, HE MARRY OVER THERE /
culating editorially on whether
nen of the American army will
y English and French women
e they return to their native
has been taken up by American
rs after the English and French
.alists have exhausted words
:houghts upon the question.
e Liverpool Post sometime ago
"We wonder if the coming of
American army will have any
upon the matiinonial inclina-
of our girls. For some reas-
he men of the New World have
rto never shown any great
rness to take brides from the
and even the theory that this
not been the way of the Ameri-
o cross the Atlantic, althought it
insoling to our national vanity,
not work. For it is noticeable
Canadians who have abounded
ir midst the last four years are
near as fond of marrying into
ountry as are for example, Aus-
ns. Fewof the young men
Australia seem to want to re-
home without an English bride,
Have you bought your Oxfords yet, at
the Closing Out SaIc at Purfield's?
Never before have you had an opportunity to
buy high grade Oxfords at the beginning of a
season at such low prices.
119 East Liberty Street
ONE THRIFT STAMP FREE-until Saturday, April 27-with each pair
purchased amounting to $5.25 or more.
IF IT'S ANYTHINs
113 East Univ
The popular reso
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