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May 10, 1918 - Image 2

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that the veranda upon
Riggs Turner twice p
been Valsparred.

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the
the

reasons
students
on. The
vitnessedj
tate, and
has been
telves in
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than

e than this. The
,tion, along with
pinking deeply on
is is causing them
eir senators and
shington by per-
( colleges of Am-
e strong element
.s seeking to ob-
the period of the
ot written, do so

Discovered at Last
"Do you know what ails Chow
Chow ?"
"Well, I have my theories, but-
"You've heard it said of some peo-
ple that when you tell them anything
it goes in at one ear and comes out at
the other? Well, with him it goes in
at one ear and out at the mouth."
Somebody tells us that there are
still those in our intelligent student
body who corrugate their brows every
day or so about the meaning of the
cryptic letters G. M. N. in A. A. If
the able-minded members of the com-
munity will step outside for a moment
we will inform the residue that we re-
fer to the Greatest Morning Newspa-
per in Ann Arbor.
"Red Cross Women Take Places of1
Striking Waiters"-Headline in thej
Chicago Tribune. We're not very
strong for the change. We have seen
too many red cross waitresses and we
rather like striking waiters; they dis-
tract Her from picking out the most
expensive things on the menu.
Cary:-Excerpt from an excuse for
drill absence handed in to military au-
thorities:
"Please excuse me from drill yes-
terday for I had to .attend a lecture
by Lieut.-Gen. Von (Vaughan) in the
Natural Science building."

o.n.
Girls wishing to go on a 10 mile
hike will meet at 3 o'clock Saturday
afternoon at Barbour gymnasium.
Each girl will bring her own lunch,
and dinner will be cooked out in the{
country.
All senior -women are invited to
Martha Cook at 7 o'clock Monday.
night. Mr. Walker Pettrt of the
School of Philosophy, New York City,
will speak on social welfare.
Women who are going on a farm
this summer with a University unit
should file applications with Miss
Alice Evans immediately and obtain
medical examination blanks. ' Exam-
inations must be completed this week
if possible.
The boardof representatives of the
Women's league will meet at 9 o'clock
Saturday morning in Barbour gym-
nasium.
Second rounds in the tennis tourn-
ament must be played off by the end
of the week.
PROMINENT MEN WILL AID
NAVY RECRUITING IN COUNTY

BOOKS - BIRD-STUDY
Birds of Michigan-Barrows ................................
Handbook of Birds of Eastern N. A., by Chapman..............
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 ... ............ .

MAIN am
STREET wA

We Sell
MAZDA LAMPS

Come in and see the 75 watt Blue Lamp

Gives a white light.

Just the thing to study by

H. L. SWITZER CO.

'HE SAME ROAD
h prom has gone the same
id the J-hop-into the dis-
his year at least, and per-
the war is over.
r it is unfortunate that Uni-
udents are unable to con-
al traditions duting the
h the hop and the prom are
ive affairs to maintain ac-
the ease and luxury stand-
ast years. Without doubt
homores who desired the
ready and willing to give
ocial affairs for it; but the
not be reconciled. The
I not be made a minor, in-
affair and be the soph prom
in the past. Better it was
p entirely and preserve the
ion than make it nothing
an ordinary dance.

CAMERAS and

TC

We do ,developing and printing
24 hours time

is fearful as
Russ treaty.
English, Bel-
dians, Austral-
other civilized
Huns hate to

End of First Spasm
Second Thrill
Fat men vs. slim men, sophs of med-
ical school play indoor baseball game
outdoors on Ferry field, 1:30 o'clock
Saturday afternoon. The claim is
made that "No Women will be Ad-
mitted."
GRAND FINAL
Exitus quietus.
-SCOOP.
An order for 100,000 wrist watches
and 100,000 radio compasses for Am-
erican officers has been given to the
Swiss and other European manufact-
urers. This thoroughly earthquakes
our idea that war was a rough game.
Tea will be served in the offing.
Boy! Page the Asylum
Hindenburg now comes to bat with
the statement that the war will be
over by August. Umpire Foch says
strike three on one which Hindy nev-
er swung at.
Noticed the R. 0. T. C. boys salute
to Captain Durkee?
The remark has been passed that
these are ****ish days for a war.
Well, we didn't start it, even though
we're going to finish the job.
The exodus of those who are leaving
as nurses to a certain Hohenzollern,
Hindenburg, Ludendorff group has
been rather pronounced- of late.
Golf Note
The news items inform one that the
Hun drive has been checked. Per-.
haps the ball went into a bunker.
The official wire-tapper suggests

All Work Guaranteed

Hindenburg has now promised the
uns that the war will be over by
ugust. He's the same preson who
as due in Paris April 1. Yes, and we
idn't figure on winning quite that
)on, Hindy.
Students under 21 have a distinct
version to being called boys by the
cruiting agents of the Boys' Work-
g reserve.
Camp Custer prefers new mag-
ines to old one. Nothing like hay-
g an up-to-the-minute army of fight-
IS.
Secretary Baker is veryadroit. He
ys there are at least 500,000 Amer-
ans in France now.
udents Asked to Conserve Platinum
"For the duration of the war, I will
ither purchase, nor accept as gifts,
welry or any article made in whole
in part of platinum." This is the
edge women students are asked to
ke, so as to conserve the fast dis-
pearing metal,
The Women's league, stimulated by
assar, asks that this measure, which
is adopted by D. A. R. in 1917, be
nsidered seriously by all women
udents. Conservatism of platium is
:cessary, owing to its need for
emical research.
de of Red Crioss Seals Increases
Straggling reports from different
unties of the state show that the
le of Red Cross Christmas seals will
tai over $52,000 as compared with
5,893.19 for the previous year. Mus-
gon county is yet to be heard from,
t without its report the total sale is
6,319 seals.
"Muskegon had 75,000 seals and, if
sale is in proportion to its pop-
ation, they should have disposed of
>m 35,000 to 50,000," said Mr. W. L.
sper, ex'ecutive secretary of the
ti-tuberculosis association.

Several members of the faculty and
prominent business and professional
men of Ann Arbor and Detroit will
assist in the county naval recruiting
program by giving addresses at var-
ious towns in Washtenaw county.
This plan will be begun Monday even-
ing when a patriotic demonstration
will be held at Milan.
Thirteen men passed their prelimi-
nary examinations at the city Y. M.
C. A. yesterday, and will leave for De-
troit today to take their final physical
examinations. Several students have
applied to the naval reserves board
for positions as second-class hospital
apprentices. Students may also en-
list as second-class seamen, and will
be allowed to return to the University
next year to complete their studies if
they desire. The offices of the naval
reserves recruiting board are located
in the city Y. M. C. A. building, and
are open from 10 to 12 in the morn.
ing and 1 to 3 in the afternoon, daily
New Road Section Nears Completion
That part of the new Wolverine
pavedway which -lies between Lansing
and Detroit will be completed this
summer, according ,to the report of
the state highways commission. All
but three miles of this section is under
construction, and the contract has
been let for the last lap. The Wol-
verine road campaign was inaugurat-
ed two years ago .
Base Ball Supplies-all kinds at
Cushing's.-Adv.
Gasoline 25c, Polarine 50c. Staebler
& Co., 117 So. Ashley St.-Adv.

Two Girls Get Teaching Positions
Clarissa Vyn, '18, and Gertrude Ser-
geant, '18, have received positions at
Northwestern high school in Detroit
where they will substitute'for the re-
mainder of the year, returning to the
campus only for graduation.
Miss Vyn is teaching mathematics
and Miss Sergeant will have charge
of the library at the high school.
20,000 Communities Win Honor Flag
Washington, May 8.-More than 20,-
000 communities won Liberty Loan
honor flags by subscribing, or oversub-
scribing; their quota. Reports today
show that Chicago won 4,965 flags.
The Chicago district includes Michi-
gan.
U. of M. Jewelry. J. iu.r Chapmaa'm
is ta place. 118 8. Main -Adv.
Class Dancing Monday and Thurs-.
day evenings at the Packard.-Adv.
SHORTHAND
TYPEWRITING
BOOKKEEPING
PENMANSHIP
Classes Just Starting. Enroll
Today
IIA1XLTON.
BUSINESS COLLEGE
State and William

Swat that Fly
This is the time to get I
large ones, and killing or
Kill Many.
THE SWATTERS, l(

Gihe us a trial

at

QUARRY

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Cor. State and N. Un
Phone 808

The Slater Book Shop

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Thousands of

Silk and Cotton Blouses

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DE'rxUiT UNITED LINES
Between Detr(it, Ann Arbor and Jacks
iF (April I, 1918)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-7!2
in., 8:io a. in., and hourly to 7:10 p. m..
n. M.
Jackson Express Cars ,local stops wes
A.n Arbor)-9:48 a. in. and every tw. h
to i:48 p. Tn.
Local Cars East Bound-5 35 a. m.
a. M., 7:o5 a. m. and every two hours to
p. mn.. 8:o5 p.-im., 9:05 p. mn., I10:50 p.
To Ypsilanti only, 11:45 p. ni., 12 00 a.
x:iu a. m.,: 1:20 a. m. To Saline, chang
Ypsilanti.
Local Cars1West Bound-6S:oo a. m.,
a. mn., 10:20 P.tn.. 12:2o a. m.
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMIENT to every custom
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $550,000.00
Resources .........$4,000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main A Huron
707 North University Ave.
IF IT'S ANYTHING
PHOTOGRAPHIC, ASK
SWAIN
113 East University.
TU TT L ES
The popular resort for
LUNCH ES and SODAS

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Georgettes, Crepe-de-Chines
Voiles, Organdies
Our showing of late spring and
Summer Blouses is the most
complete in our history. All
the newest ideas in collars,
high or low necks, embroid-
ery, pin tucks and hemstitching.

r alarm clocks at J. :
Jeweler. I11 8. M a.
,ncing Monaay and Thurs-
gs at the Packard.--Adv.

U. - D.mJ J.j
322 South State Street
SEEDY LOOKING INDIVIDI
Wanted for the court room sc
"The Silver Box." Don't be
ward. Apply at once in the ma
ridor of'U-Hall.-Adv.

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