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May 07, 1918 - Image 1

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The Michigan Daily, 1918-05-07

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'DAY, MAY 7, 1918.

1918 ANNUAL GOES
ON SALE IN'U-HALL
Michiganensians. arrived yesterday
and will go on sale today in Univer-
sity hall for persons holdin~g coupons.
The sale of the year book will be
opened to everybody on Thursday.
Special interest will be found in the

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and find
honor w
thle ne'

rance,
taken
in ad-
Gay -

an army on the
T6. -Germans
as attack against
son the Picardy
ht. Early in the
ver 16,000 shells
of mustard gas.
allowed by an in~-
at midnight, sev-
were dropped into
ppeared over the
.t the samne time.
Brought down one
d damaged anoth-

awa:;3t the
f fteybhave -
the troops, [lU
)enetrated i FNI
t(- a ,depth
il '9 a suei- y

activity of the artillery
the rifle fire and the
nd the reported move-
the enemy lines, may
vattack, but the Am~r-

which contains pictures of Michigan
Men in service. Some of the snaps
have come from "over there," others
are taken in the numerous training
camps all over1 the United States.
The photos are the size of the usual
pictures of seniors and juniors and
some larger pictures are also used in
this section.
Four hundred less copies of the book
than usual have been ordered so that
people desiring copies should get them
as early as possible or they may not
be available.
Usual prices prevail. Two dollars
with a coupon or $2.50 without the
coupon will be charged.
ELEVEN WOMEN FORM
CAST OF "AMZONS"
EXPERIENCED) ACTORS TO MARE
SUCCESS OF PINER0'S
FARCE
The cast for "The Amazons," which
is to be' given Thursday and Friday
nights in. Sarah Caswell Angell hall,
under the auspices of the Women's
league, is announced as follows:
Barrington, viscount Litterly, is to
be played by Beatrice Fales, '18; Gal~-
fid, Earl of- Treenwayes, by Winifred
Parsons, '19; Andre, Fitcon, a game-
keeper, by Sue Verlenden, '20; Youatt,
a servant, by Ethel Gla.uz, '19; Marian,
Marchioness of Castle Jordan, by
Nina Kellogg, '18; Lady Neoline Bel-
turbet, by Jennie Jacobs, '19; Lady
Wilhelmina of Belturbet, by Gertrude1
Sergeant, '18; Lady Thomassin Beltur-
bet, by Lois May, '18; "Sergeant" Shut-
ter, by La Vern Ross, grad.

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All seniors must pay t]
uation fees at once. T
remember to return the
pon on their blanks tot
tary of their collegesc
registrar if they are litE
dents. The last day to
uation fees will be June
Registrar, Arthur4

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Liberty L
pus, $600
by the fac
committee
faculty tb
Souts.'
scribed hby
$211,200.
The sun
the nationi

was,

Y;,na ntrfops ,are
1ilihline y along
of the bale front
AutPralla±As have
~ ner Mretileast
ad-,dvanc ed their
j: Appear
axe appeared l the
)n began, MQriin2.
tinl $ msT.3 im>po))r -t
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plos ivesd?, ihave £been~t'.
hagdwith pols-
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bIeen no A e t??gage-B
of IWsSW t est o
on the pglace beforet ,
erman tronops.
1report Palong the
g n1ay be rresum±dr

??aris.May 6.-f-Presid
in rceivng:he nmember,
lean labobr commission tc
at !as-a geat advantage
branches of industry wee
tthe nw-, ion.. In sp,
1Frane is a ;Apeace 1ovi
lie ving in the triumph
f~ h. L J-,i not a quest
Lorrinebut a question
' irot Arthur Lovejoy,
kinsunierstyreplied.
JA"A NESE r
TO GIVEF PR
A bWt o * -unny Japan
planteUto arah Caswe
1Saurdy ~lgtwhen
Jt~et of the smp
s~nt "Ait ini Japan
C~he=,z,:rogfrra will col
h ib ti\t3: o';' i .ilne Jape
ter :~ i t "the<
en' rN~i" . .ews
da i. Lane hailPsd pr
ar tt wa s°dided tf#.
~evc'alspeialfeat
given. andy the et ire
been rang~ by apai
Ticeti wil be >_old by

of the Amer
lay, said that
that so man3

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Amercians is ex-
AAMINE
S IN CITY
;h to enlist in the
have their physi-
Ann Arbor as the
uiting plan intro-

rough the Ann~
T'his makes the
ythe Un~iversity
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,ans- Ever
hall list
mese A

ry was not allowed to pay the
fare of applicants until they
.examined by a naval re-'
fllcer, so that a number of
were not secured because
Est of travel to an. enlisting
A. plan. has now been devised
a. sailor will visit important
the state once each week for
se of examining applicants.
anty will be included in the
tions in this way.
iting officer will be in Ann
very Wednesday afternoon
till 5: 20 o'clock. The place
lent in the city has not been
yet.
nts have been advised by the
artment to secure a release
r draft board, if they are of
age, and to bring a certificate
ir parents or a prominent
man asserting that the appli-
born in the United States.
d citizens should bring their

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The girls are cai
sportsman's life.
till the daughters
~city andf fall in 1o0
men much to the
bitious mother.
Cast we.
The plot offers
excellent comedy
especially well ch4
have had some di
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will be held tonigh
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Phi~lgzai~l~et C Membership
$ix en ereeletedto member-
ship b i S _nm, i- lonal honorary
b.iological! society, at the annual spring
eletios lstnitght. The_ y are: Cecil
Corey7'19 r- .arryCark, '19M, Mel-
vil I. Ht ,'9,i ivnest E. Huber,
Grad :. r te,,,.. Mrinus, 'TIM, and
ElmerI-iWirtl, 'IP. Te initiations
and"f.1 >-ulbaqc il be held early
Aitthoize~ ir~1 11._1liService
Wasigo dly~-- ill author-
izingthep? oii _ dearttnent to
chare nmina exes~.to'4 cents an.
n r raciec h~~offor the
tianporatin otmai b~airplane
w. dpte ~ti oday. The

MAN REPORTED IN CASUALTY
LIST MAY BE MFICIGAN MIAN1
Robert H. Townley, of Grass Lake,
Michigan, whose name appears in. Am-
erican casualty lists as dead from d'i-
sease, is reported by the associated
press as having been a graduate of
the University. The only mian with
a similar name listed as a graduate
of the University is John H. Townley,
'13L, of. Jackson.
Townley was reported as having
gone to Cornell in the capacity of an
instructor of rhetoric after his grad-
uation here. At. the time of the en-
listment, he was employment manager
of the J. L. Hudson. Co., accepting
that position after leaving Cornell.
Townley enlisted in the Harper hos-
pital unit at Detroit.
Ciarwan Rays Opens Headquartmers
New York, May 6.-Will Hays, chair-
man of the Republican national com-
mittee, opened headquarters here to-
day. Chairman Hays conferred with
Governor Whitman this afternoon.

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and

Washington., May 6.-To supply Lib-
erty bonds to subscribers promptly,
extr~a shifts of printers were set to
work today by the bureau of engrav-
ing and printing, and it is planned to
deliver all bonds within. two weeks.
About 18,000,000 bonds have already
been printed and more than. 10,000,000
have been distributed throughout the
country.
The total sub iriptions tabulated by
the treasury tonight was near $3,500,-
000,000.
German Women Nus~tRegister
*Washington, May 6.-Final draft
regulation for registering German
women in this country today went to
Attorney-general Gregory for appro-
val, and probably will be announced
within a week. The date for register-
ing the women will then be set,

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from a mI
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