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April 28, 1918 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1918-04-28

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Faculty

Has

Oversubscribed

It's

-It Is

Up to

US to Do the Same

are "over there" fighting to make this
ife place in which to live. They are
o save our wives and daughters from
the women and children of Belgium.

An autocracy which for over forty years fiend-
ishly planned and prepared for this te'rrible war,
and deliberately timed and started it for no other
purpose than to impose its iron heel on the neck
*,of prostrate peoples and proclaim a World
Empire.

I

I

y are fighting for the principle that "all men
created equal, that they are endowed by
r Creator with certain inalienable rights, that
)ng these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of

a

This is why our boys are fighting, and in fighting
they are laying down their lives.

x

They are fighting to put down the most tyranni-
cal autocracy since the days of Nero-an autoc-
racy that knows no law which does not serve its
own vicious ends.
An autocracy which mutilates children, violates
women, enslaves men.

What are we doing? What can we do? We can
see that our boys have everything they need to
bring victory and peace-war munitions, ships,
aeroplanes, food, clothing, etc.

It is a gigantic task, and requires billions of dol-
lars.

lI

RD

I

Raise the Liberyp g

Contributed in interest of Campus Liberty Loan Campaign by

SCHLANDERER & SEYFRIED
BLOOMFIELD
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
BETSY ROSS CANDYNSHOP
FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK

QUARRY DRUG COMPANY
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FLANDERS
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