be - combatted. By
d will power we can
a retreat. Let's get
Kick the "tomorrow"
Surt the morning
late. Today's work
L YOU BE?
the fourth dimension,
lish topic to treat be-
so ethereal and far
ryday life. However,
who scorn the future'
ick a point to aim at,
ve themselves much
Editor You often hear some fellow on the
Editor campus say, "Oh well, what if I don't
-learn this stuff; comparatively few
Editor people ever take up the occupation in
later life that they study for in col-
wager lege." After hearing this statement
-we always feel that it applies to the
Atlas person who speaks it, rather than-to
hlbert anyone else. The time has come
when every person who takes the
time, money and effort to prepare
kman himself for some duty must take up
roene that vocation in after life. There are
Marx plenty of people in the world to do
Rice the lesser duties, but it takes the
orden trained men for the special position.'
-- As you attend school day by day
iause make yourself feel that you are pre-
atrick paring for some great duty in life
Aele and you will find that the work will
orrer become easier and more of a pleasure.
- If you are studying engineering or
agriculture, make yourself believe
that you are destined to become an
engineer or agriculturist. There are
cases, many of them, where a -man
becomes famous doing something
wholly apart from what he studied
to do. However, the normal every-
day person can be assured of some
measure of success if he sticks to the
ie of duty that he has trained hinelf to
G-ov- perform.-Purdue Exponent.
m is Is it too much to suspect that a cut
rety in the number of engagements will
men, follow the request that women refuse
not gifts, jewelry, or any other article
500 made wholly or in part of platinum?
are One hundred and twenty University
than women have registered to' become
farmerettes. This may account for the
'ant- beautifying of the campus within the
not next few weeks.
are The close approach of the spring
cap galhes is expected to mean a decrease
in the number of fresh pots and ici-
>ect- dentally an increase in the number of
'esh- R. O. T. C. uniforms.
Ian's The jam of seedy looking individuals
than for places in the court room scene
hing in the "The Silver Box" was not suf-
I of- ficient to break down the doors of
ugh- University hall.
J. SHERRICK,'15M, REPORTED
L re- RECOVERING FROM WOUNDS'
out Major Reuben Peterson recently re-'
pho- eeived word that Dr. John Sherrick,
iizes '15M, was recovering rapidly from the
man wounds received in the last terrific
or drive of the Germans. The injuries
ding were caused by machine gun bullets
the and were of such a nature as to re-
quire three successive operations. The
not injuries were received in active duty
e of in the first line trenches. Dr. Sher-
.ay rick was a member of Dr. Peterson's
ings staff while here, and enlisted early
ind, in the war under the British govern-
ly. ment to be transferred later to the
American medical corps.
They're getting them younger and
younger every year. Now we hear
about the Belgian babies' league.
The Buzz-Saw Intellectualist
Cary:-Eureka! The perpetual mo-
tion machine at last! He sits behind
us in rhetoric 4 and the wheels turn
around during the entire hour without
visible supply of kinetic or potential
energy. TWO WHO SUFFER.
Our own sport writers tell us that"
our track squad lacks a 125 foot man.
Never mind, Steve; the only track
squad that has one comes from Brob-
dingnag, and it isn't in the Conference.
There'll be a Massacre When Our
Dreams All Come True
There's a long, long nigh of waiting,
Your chance to dream at all is slight,
When the guys across the alley
Sing "That Long, Long Tia-il" all
Why Copy.Readers Commit Hari-Karl
"All citizens are asked to take part
in the services appropriate to the day
by wearing flours for their mothers."
We believe that Mr. Hoover recom-
mends rye, graham, and potato.
We are all heart-busted because
we can't give her a platinum one.
It reminds us4f the time we gave up
pates de fois gras in Lent.
Now approaches the season when the
yearlings and two-year-olds develop"
their semi-annual hate. And in try-
ing to master our old-time control of
the paddle we threw enough of the'
Huron down our neck to find out that
it is nice and cold.
BacKward, Turn Backward "
In view of the lack of members, of-
ficers, meeting-places, interest in life,
and raison d'etre generally the local
chapter of Meese has returned its
charter. The membership, has either
lost heart or joined the Toledo chapt-
Well, Motheis' Day is all right, but
it's hard on the old maid aunties.
MARINE CORP TO CONDUCT
OFFICERS' TRAINING CAMP
The United States marine corps will
conduct officers' training camps for
the first time in the history of t'he
service. About 1,800 new officers are
needed to command the 40,000 recruits
and the camp system of making offi-
cers will be followed to provide the
General Pershing has asked that a
full division of the marine corps be
sent to France for early service, and
the corps is now recruiting enough
men to make up the required group.
Six men from the state of Michigan
have been appointed to the first camp.
Anyone who is an enlisted man in the
marines may apply for the training,
but no civilians will be accepted. The
course will last three months, and sec-
ond lieutenants' commissions will be
100,000 HOSPITAL BEDS
AVAILABLE FOR SOLDIERS
Washington, May 10.-One hundred
thousand hospital beds will be avail-
able for American soldiers when the
construction program now in progress
under the supervision of the army
medical corps is completed. Latest
reports to Surgeon General Gorgas
show that 62,959 beds now are ready
in national army and national guard
base hospitals, embarkation, military
and civilian hospitals included in the
institutions in charge of the corps.
This total will be increased by more
than 40 per cent.
Maurice Druker, Ex-'19, on Visit Here
Maurice Druker, ex-'19, a cadet in
the Royal Flying corps, visited Ann
Druker is a Canadian student who
attended the University a year ago,
leaving to enlist in the air service
of ihis country. Before coming here,
he was a student at the medical col-
lege of Western university in London,
Ont., where his home is. At Camp
Borden, Ont., where he received his
ground work training, Vernon Castle'
was one of his instructors. He is at
present completing his flying course
at Toronto, Ont. and expects to re-
ceive his commission shortly when he
will leave for service overseas.
There will be a baseball game at 2M
o'clock today between the Kappa'Gam-
ma and the Delta Delta Delta soror-
ities and at 3 o'clock between the Chi
Omega and the Kappa Alpha Theta
Girls wishing to go on a 10 mile'
hike will meet at 3 o'clock this aft-
ernoon at Barbour gymnasium. Each
girl will bring her own lunch and
dinner will be cooked out in the
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 in 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 ex-
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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...............
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With the close of the Liberty Loan
campaign, the work of boosting the
sale of thrift and war saving stamps
will be undertalen with enthusiasm
in Washtenaw county, according to
local officials. The purpose of the drive
is to bring the county up to the quota
of $20 per capita by the first of next
The drive will commence with dem-
onstrations all over the county to-
night, when speakers will visit every
city, town, and village. They will ex-
plain the need of boosting the sale
of thrift stamps for the national fund.
In spite of the fact that this will be a
long campaign, it is expected that
there will be a number of such demon-
strations in the county.
The University band and an exhib-
ition of war pictures will feature the
demonstrations in Ann Arbor. Pic-
tures have been loaned by the govern-
ment for these occasions, and a num-
ber of patriotic speeches have also
been arranged for.
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Inspect Hospital Facilities at Caup
Major Reuben Peterson and Drs.
Cummings, Elliott, Forsythe, and Bar-
rett attended the meeting of the Mich-
igan State Medical society in Battle
Creek on Thursday. The program for
the day was an inspection of the hos-
pital facilities at Camp Custer in the
morning, and a review of the troops in
Free Exhibition of the celebrated
Medici Color Prints now on display at
the James Foster House of Art.-Adv,
business men of Ann Dancing Friday and Saturday nights
at the Armory.-Adv.
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Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and J:
(April I, 1918)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-
m.. 8:io a. m., and hourly to 7:1o p.
Jackson Express Cars ;local stoy
Ain Arbor)-9:48 a. in. and eve:y t
to ':48 V. rn.
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p. m.. 8:os p. m.. 9:os p. m., 1,:c
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xr man, woman and child in this United
States, bring it to every home, every
storeo, every factory, pound in the truth
that every man, :very doflar, every hour-
is needed-and the quicker we realize it the quicker the
war will end.
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t_ work in a short time is offered this
e summer by the Red Cross depart-
n ment of civilian relief.
R- Volunteer and paid workers are
r needed to give advice and relief to the
xt families of soldiers and sailors, and
e the small amount of technical train-
ly ing required will be furnished in
s special institutes to be held in the
it larger cities June 24 to Aug. 2. Class
1. instruction will be combined with
o case work.
s. The institutes to be held in this
it part of the country are those at Mil-
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s Information can be secured from Dr.
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