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One of the oracles of West hall was

entitled it is a red world, full of cruel things,
ws dis-
credit- entirely different from the prospect
a news which he has been led to expect in
-- college. As he goes on in life, he
sity of finds that the world has many views,
p each more confusing than the previous
rbor as one, and it is quite often only in old
age that he is able to see a plan in
this many sided aspect of things.
words, But there is one thing that he finds
y to ap- .
ith, and is impossible to success. That is a
rif The cold impersonal judgment, unswayed
box in by human emotion. As he progresses
;k each further into the path of life, -he be-
ceive n comes more and more impersonal in
returned his judgment. By its means he re-
hat pur- mains coolly poised upon the top of
-- the wave, ready to fall into the frothy
3 Editor foamy side which carries him on his
- way, instead of the trough which will
Editor only buffet him, and leave him weak-
SEditor eked and dispairing. And yet although
eEditor
Editor one admires the successful man, one
would not always follow his judgment.
's Editor
r Editor We admire the man who is unafraid to
throw himself into the struggle
Manager
Manager against odds. After all perhaps the
compensation for success is in one's
R. Atlas self. Perhaps by a transvaluation of
Ehibert values, the most unsuccessful men
have been the most successful. By the
example of our prophets and kings
hinkman we can rise from low to high. And
lomovitz
> Broene theseare the mentwho, more than
onl Marx
Handibo any others, have cast the key to suc-
L. Rice cess aside and clung to one ideal
Riorden though battered and bruised by the
world's opinion.
. Hause

heard to remark yesterday that,1
"Every little do-dad is a dingbat."i
Those who wish to submit music for
this lyric should leave it at the psy-
chopathic ward.
(This le Entre Nous; He Has Lient's
Bars, Too)
Now appears the original exponent
of the faith that moves mountains; he
is the cadet enlisted in the local unit
of Uncle Sam's Student Warriors who
has bought a nice pair of cordovan
boots with spurs attached. f
New Sport Listed
Have you noticed the bunk on page
three about our praying coaches? It
seems that rain inoculates our re-
spected mentors with the supplicating
germ. Yesterday we heard a man
splashing through the damp outdoors
and uttering bibical names-now we
understand; he had caught the germ.
No, These Aren't Directions for Last
Might's Pedestrians
Straight west on Liberty street.
Angle left.
Turn right. Keep on straight to
turn left. Cross-trolley.
Etc.
Just an automobile blue book.
He Wanted a Model Wife
The klep who cherishes the oil por-
trait of Cleopatra and the memory
book magpie who collects Turn-to-the-
right signs will now receive into their
brotherhood the Pole who attempted to
abduct a wax lady out of a show case
the 6ther night.
Save the Fats!
"Standard Oil on U. S. Grill"-De-
troit News headline. We're willing to
hoove any reasonable amount, but if
kerosene gravy comes in, we're mov-
ing to Terra del Fuego.

Acts I and II of "Amazons" will re-
hearse from 7 to 9 o'clock tonight
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Mortarboard will meet at White's
studio for a picture at 12 o'clock to-
day.

BOOKS - BIRD-SI UDY
Birds of Michigan-Barrows .... ....-.
Handbook of Birds of Eastern N. A., by Chapman...........
Handbook of Birds of Western UT. S., by Bailey...............
The Bird-Study Book-Pearson . ......................
Birds 1 Have Known-Beavan ..........................
Birds that Hunt and are Hunted-Blanchan...............
Bird Neighbors-Blanchan.....-.....................
Wild Bird Guests-Baynes...............
Nests and Eggs of N. A., by Davie........................
Land Birds East of the Rockies-Reed................ .
Water and Game Birds-Reed.... ......................
Western Bird Guide-Reed ....... . .
How to Make Friends with the Birds, by Ladd. ...........

Installation and annual
the Y. W. C. A. will be
o'clock this afternoon at
hall.

reports of
held at 4
Newberry

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"The Germans are surely good fight-
ers," is the gist of opinions we are
constantly hearing. They should be.
They practiced militarism for 50 years
while the human race was trying to
perpetrate a general peace.
M. Picard says the Germans have an
abeess of the brain. Others have call-
ed the enemy wooden heads. There
may or may not be any relation be-
tween the two statements.
The weather reports don't say this,
but even though we have had a rath-
er dry spring thus far we're promised
a much dryer May and June.
Smaller numbers of w.k. persons
will now be seen, as one has a good
chance to brace by virtue of the mode
of conveyance from Toledo.
Caucasians, Indians, Mongolians,
Malays, and Ethiopians comprise the
human race. This entirely eliminates
the Germans.
PROF. CROSS TO GIVE LAST
LECTURE BEFORE SAILING-
Prof. Herbert R. Cross, of the fine
arts department, who is to sail in
the near future for duty with the Red
Cross in Italy, will deliver his last
lecture before leaving at 8 o'clock
this evening, in Memorial hall.-
Professor Cross will speak on
"Auguste Rodin," the noted French
sculptor who recently died, and it is
expected that a large number will
avail themselves of the last opportu-
nity to hear him lecture.
COL. ROOSEVELT TO SPEAK
MEMORIL DAY IN DETROIT

Bond workers are required to turn
in bonds and reports from 4:30 to 5:30
o'clock either this afternoon or tomor-
row atfernoon in room 102 Economics
building. Receipt books should be
turned in also.
All women interested in war work,
who live in the following Michigan
counties: Bay, Roscommon, Huron,
Tuscola, Gladwin, Ogimaw, Arenac,
and losco, are urged to attend an im-
portant meeting at 5 o'clock this aft-
ernoon at the Alpha Phi house, 814
South University avenue.
Registrars who can give an hour or
two Monday or Tuesday to help reg-
ister scattered girls who have not yet
registered, are asked to sign or call
up at the gymnasium.
Women from Illinois, Indiana, Ohio,
Iowa, and Minnesota who are interest-
ed in patriotic work will ,meet at 5
o'clock this afternoon with Lucile
Crissey, '18, at 1414 Washtenaw ave-
nue.
STATE WILL NEED WOMEN
ON FRUIT AN) TRUCK FARMS
Fruit farms and truck gardens in
the state of Michigan can furnish oc-
cupation to as many women as the
land army can recruit, is the state-
ment made by the state agricultural
department at Lansing. It is /borne
out by the calls for women's labor
that have come from the Traverse
Bay bureau of commerce, in the cen-'
ter of the cherry belt.
Registrations for summer work with
the unit will close on May 10 accord-
ing to Miss Alice Evans, who is in
charge of the project at the University.
By that date, it is expected that every
woman enrolled can be definitely
{ placed. Meanwhile, Miss Evans will
speak on the subject to any house
group upon request..
The lecture to be given in this con-
nection on Monday, May 6, will be
held at 5 o'clock in the Natural Sci-
ence auditorium. Miss Delia West
Marble, one of the speakers, is chair-
man of the advisory committee of the
land army of America, and Miss Cor-
nelia Throop Geer, of the class of
1917 at Barnard college, was a mem-
ber of the edford unit last year.
Dancing .Friday and Saturday nights
at the Armory.--Adv

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its students have
n community in-
community-the
liquor, the Uni-
n4ts helped in so
ir future abstin-
free from the
d on them. Be-
n effecting this
e University and

One of the local theaters bids us
see "Greedy, Grasping Food Profiteer
Living on Luxury on Labor of the
Lowly. See him. Hate him." Add
horrors of war-The show which holds
out the alluring prospect of a good'
hate.
A Get-Together at the Union
The Student council's simple and
softly whispered invitation to "in-
terested members of the Law school
and Engineering college," is somehow {
reminiscent of our "Come out to the
woodshed, my son," days. In fact, we,
are a bit shaky ourselves; we spit on
the triangle.
Champ, Champ, Champ, the Boys Are
Chewing
You've no doubt heard the new
patriotic song popular in cantonments
whose refrain runs: Yes, we'll rally
'round the chow, boys, Shouting the
battle cry of feed 'em!"
In self-defense, we go before a
notary to affirm that the above was
not contributed by Chow Chow.

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ENSI(IN ('OLEMAN AlRIVES
TO EXAMINE MEN FOR NAVY
Ensign D. JT. D. Coleman, U. S. N.
R. F., naval recruiting officer at De-
troit, will arrive in Ann Arbor this
morning for the purpose of examining
candidates for the navy. Washtenaw
county's quota of fifty men should
be readily obtained, since thrty men
have already applied for examination
and several others hive signified their
intention of applying.
Any drafted man, whose name has
not been designated in the current
quota, will be released by his local
board, if he wishes to join the Navy.
The examination will be carried on
all day at the city Y. M. C. A. Rooms.
Ensign Coleman will be assisted in
the work by Herbert Tenney, Seaman
Roger I. Mainwaring, ex-'20, and Phil
Pack, '18. Information about the
navy service can be obtained from
any of these men.
BATTLE CREEK SANITARIUM
You can apply every principle of
Dr. Kellog's diet idea at the Arcade
Cafeteria, but with a better flavor and
a greater variety.-Adv.
There is always an opportunity to
lncrease your business through DaJJ
Advertising. Try it.-Adv.

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Cor. State anl N. Univer
Phone 308

DE'xuiT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jack
(April x, 191s)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-7
er., 8:0o a. tn., and hourly to 7:10 p. m.
Jackson Express Cars :local sto-- e
Axin Arbor)-9:48 a. in. and eve:y two
to 7':48 o. tn.
Local Cars East Bound--5 :35 a. in.,
a. m., 7:o5 a. m. and evr-ry two houirs co
p. mi.. 5:o ). M., 9:os .p. M., r.,:5o
To Ypsilanti only, 11:45 p. m., i2:00
r :W a. m., I:2o a. m. To Saline, chan
Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-6:oo a. m.,
a. m., 9:20 p. m.. 12:20 a. i.

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ng up the evil and the
gcts of alcohol drinking, it
students were more for-
those outside the Univer-
verage undergraduate is .a
ng man who likes to keep
good physical condition.
nk, he drank with a crowd
and talk and song played
art in the festivities than
Beer was the usual drink,
Ls seldom used beyond the
it produced those benefits
s friends have always
it; namely, it loosened
the point where compan-
rchange of ideas and con-
ade friendship easier to
tere was no robbery, mur-
of wife or family, parasi-
ig, for the sake of that
is called "booze" when the
calls forth those methods
it. It was simply done
re fmay be thankful that
of alcohol is passed and
o that it left few ruined
r prospects, but many

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TREATMENT to every cu
er, whether the account be
or small.

SUCCESS
erage man give
with which he
o the temple of
3 is only a rela-
is judged by the
on it. But it is
diness and suc-
lative; and the
is ambitious,
.e in thinking of
sh beyond other

Detroit, April 30.- Col. Theodore
Roosvelt will be in Detroit May 30 to
speak at Memorial day services and
to boost the navy recruiting drive it
was announced here today.
He was induced to come by Ensign
D. J. Coleman, in charge of naval re-
cruiting here.
Aeronautics Courses to Continue
Regular aeronautics cqurses will
not be affected by the departure of
Prof. Herbert C. Sadler for Washing-
ton next Saturday. Aero 1, the gen-
eral aeronautics course, will be con-
ducted by Prof. F. W. Pawlowski, who
is to take over all aeronautics cour-
ses.
The -occupation of the aeronautics
laboratory by the government me-
chanics for gas-engine work does not
interfere with the wind-tunnel .ex-
periments according to Professor Paw-
lowski, for the experiments only use
one corner of the room.
Jewish Congregation Elects Officers
The Jewish Students' Congregation
elected the following officers at their
meeting held Sunday night:
President, A. J. Gornetzky, '19L;
Vice-President, Bessie M. Rosenblum,'
'21; Secretary, Alfred S. Goorin, '20;
Treasurer, Samuel R. Rosenthal, '20;
Board of Directors, Herman A. August,
'19, A. J. Levin, '19L, Walter R. Atlas,
'18,-'20L, Charles Kaufman, "'19L,
and Irene J. Rosenberg, '21.
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