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e
d The Germans seem to be more in
Dutch in Holland than ever.
r
isCARYATID
Aw, Leave Us Something, Maw
e Today was heard the professional
e agitatress at it again.
st "Why those awful boys! The crimes
they commit against their stomachs!
ie They're just lapping up those rich
[t malted milks!"

Gy m m lsIs I t I
Gymnasium classes will not meet

I

Mich-
as in
t and
it.

T AGAIN
the third time
ed the Confer-
im will be en-
Coach Page's
on Ferry field

greatest of Michigan's
a track and basketball
e. Michigan managed
track team but went
ng defeat at the hands

v the Wolverines
)n the diamond.
strength of the
Michigan team
. worthy of real
tics are placing
vithin the reach
and these games
of the Wolver-
worthy of of
Relations with
ast have been of
ne ecompetition,
h Stagg's school,
worth while to

Ile Speaks in a Dead Language and in I
an Unfamiliar Tongue:
"Come on down town."
A Plea
(Decicated to the inmates of the school.
of Music)
Shriek not thus your startling num-
bers
You have spoiled my fleeting dream.
IHe is dead who through that slumbers,
Spare me, sir, your final scream!
-By IHOPEYOUCHOKE.
There is Always This to Which to Look
Forward-
Avenging yourself on all of your t.
w. friends by sending them -wedding
invitations.
Suggestion: Probably for the Pantry-
Shelf
Clipped -- "NEWLY-WEDS. All
newly married couples who send their
names and addresses to this paper
will be given one year's subscription
as a wedding present."
Moting Day
There is no place
To sit down.
Little Clarence has gone to school
With a dirty face
And no one seems to care.
While father is discussing
In a strange language
The Art
Of ;balancing a mattress
On one hand
And the old iron bed
On the other.
Verily, the joys of the
Month of May
Are few
And far between.

today.
Freshman girls are urged to attend
the get-together party from 2:30 to
5:30 o'clock tomorrow afteoon in
Barbour gymnasium.
Members of the Athena literary so-
ciety who wish to attend the Orator-
ical association in a body tonight will
meet at 8 o'clock in the Women's
league room in University hall.
Women who can give an hour or
two for registration work on Mon-
day or Tuesday are asked to sign up
at Barbour gymnasium.
Only two more days for bond work-
ers to turn in reports and receipt
books.,
Rounds in the tennis tournament
must be played off by tomorrow night.
Acts I and II of the "Amazons" will
rehearse at 7:15 o'clock tonight in
Sarah Saswell Angell hall.
LECTURES PLANNED
FOR SUMMER SCHOOL
In" addition to the regular courses
offered, summer school students will
be given, the opportunity of attending
a well planned series of lectures and
entertainments, one of which will be
held nearly every afternoon and eve-
1 ing in the auditorium of the Natural
Science building.
The lectures will cover a great div-
ersity of subjects including a large
number of war topics. Prof. C. H. Van
Tyne will give the first war talk on
the "Causes and Issues of the War."
The other lectures on this subject dis-
cuss the various phases of the war and
the probable economic and social re
construction after peace is made.
The four lectures on English liter-
ature will include three by Rabbi Louis
Wolsey, of Cleveland, on "The Jew in
English Literature as Represented by
Several Classic Authors." Prof. L. A.
Strauss will give one talk on "Robert
Browning, a Poet for Men."
The other lectures will include ad-
dresses on personal hygiene, laws of
evolution, travelogues and many other
practical subjects.
Chief among the entertainments
planned are four performances by
Elsie Herndon Kearns and her com-
pany of Woodland players. The re
mainder of the entertainments will
consist of concerts by the School pf
Music faculty, recitals by the classes
in Shakespearean and1 interpretive
reading,' and educational motion Pic-
tures
All-Campus War Smoker Postponed
Because of the fact that an insuf-
ficient number of tickets were sold,
the All-campus war smoker which was
to have been held last night at the
Union has been postponed indefinitely.
Persons having purchased tickets may
have their money refunded by calling
at the Union desk

Birds of Michigan-Barrows ....................
Handbook of Birds of Eastern N. A., by Chapmar
Handbook of Birds of Western U. S., by Bailey..
The. Bird-Study Book-Pearson ................
Birds I 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 ..

Gives a white light.

Just

H. L. SWITZER
CAMERAS and SUP
We do developing and prin
24 hours time

MWAH

We Sell
MAZDA L,
Come in and see the 75'v

All Work Guaranteed
The Slater

Gibe us

Army Stores Mlen Await Orders(-
Captain E. T. White and staff, in
charge of the army stores course at
the University until its cancellation1
along with other university courses
in the country, are still awaiting or-
ders. The men who would have re- WAg
ported here for the course to have;d
started April 27 have been assigned - UN
to Camp Hancock, Ga., for instruc-
tioh.

oad to the banner of the
the diamond pastime this
also to welcome Chicago
ry field should there be a
it this afternoon.
hlgan. Welcome Chicago.

IT

afforded an
.etermine in
airs shall be
-1919. Shall
ident desire,

Communication
(This was asked someone else,
slipped over)

but it

all it be
hie thous-
te? The

itudent body ought to control
anizations which represent it.
purpose of convenience, an
pus election dayhas been set
Today, every regularly enroll-
ent is entitled to go to the cor-
f University hall, and there
his ballot. Union officials,
councilmen, Athletic mana-
M. C. A. officers, engineering
ommittees, and student mem-
the Board in Control of Stud-
blications are to be elected.
ian and woman who has Mich-
relfare at heart must be inter-
. the outcome of the election.
ar only 400 votes were cast.
opinion cannot be represented
absurdly small number. But
it was a total greater than the
evious, and encouraging. At
e, when problems of such vital
nce are in the air, it is the
dutyof every loyal Michigan
to cast his ballot.
are now under way for a
inty infirmary. Someone has
d that there would be an ex-
home for the, teacher who said
e "Germans were justified in
the Lusitania because it was
with bullets to kill our Ger-
hers."
ne from the list of last mmn-
rty bond buyers might call an
ion meeting to "bawl out" the
ist for not subscribing soon-

Sports Editor:
If manager Hendricks of the St.
Louis Cardinals ran a dairy, would
Louie Lowdermilk?
A Fan
Captured Yesterday
Exhibit 3927-The Great Auk. The
seasonrusher all done up in white
flannels.
I .
Six Essays Submitted for Contest
Six essays were handed in to Presi-
dent Harry B. Hutchins for the Menorah
competition. The committee onI
awards composed of Prof, R. M. Wen-
ley, Prof. I. Leo Sharfman, and Rabbi
Leo M. Franklin of Detroit will pass
prize competition. The committee on
$100 to the successful contestant.

MR. BROW
offers highest marketable prices for
your old clothes. Anything in the
way of suits, overcoats, or shoes he
will take off your hands. Sell your old
clothes. They are no good to you.
I can use them. You will get your
money's worth. No quibbling to buy
cheap. Their absolutte-value will be
paid. Call Mr. Claude Brown at 210
Hoover Ave. Phone 2601. He will
gladly call at your residence.-Adv.
SHORTHAND
TYPEWRITING
BOOKKEEPING
PENMANSHIP
Classes Just Starting. Enroll
Today
HIAMILTON
BUSINESS COLLEGE
State and lVillham

DETxc
Between Detro
Detroit Limit
m., 8:o a. m.,
u 1.
Jackson Expr
Ann Arbor) -9:,
to D~4 . M.
Local Cars E
,a. m.,, 7:o5 a. m.i
P. Mn., 8:o5 p.I
To Ypsilanti o1n
I :U) a. in., 1:2
IYpsilanti.

and
T. to

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We Have Reduced
500 New
Afternoon Dresses
For Women and Misses to r
G4
"J$25 and $35 Values
- Th faAhnOn for dra ed. eg-tots and tunic of- f

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IF IT'S ANYTHIN
PHOTOGRAPHIi
SWAIN
113 East Unix
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The copular resc
LUNCHES and

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Lk wagon and milk
ere secured May 1
be a singular cir-

fects is fully interpreted. Some are hand-em-
broidered; others braided and trimmed with
buttons. Many have dainty Georgette Crepe or
Satin collars. Made of Taffeta, Crepe de Chine
and Georgette Crepe combination. Colors in-
clude every preferred shade.
MAIL
ENQUIRIES 6 ELC
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