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Walter R. Atlas
Mark K. Ehlbert
I'll give you more credit in this
course for a few brain throbs of your
own than for the most perfect mem-
A university community seems al-
ways to be infested with a group of
persons who go around repeating ver-
batim what they have 1eard someone
else say. This is the same class of
student who announces himself a
Democrat or a Republican because his
father was a Democrat or a Republi-
can; who says the war will be over
soon because his history professor
has so prophesied; who memorizes
rather than understands what he
reads; who, in short, is always prop-
ping up his mind with some sort of
a mental crutch borrowed from some-
A college education is supposed to
teach one to think for himself, not to
acquire the habit of having someone
else think for him.. It is better to
get lower grades and to maintain
freedom of thought and opinion, than
to merit all the courses in the univer-
sity with a mind drugged with other
persons' ideas.-Ohio State Lantern.
The bulk of the German reserves
is located in the Somme rear. If Ber-
lin is "in the Somme rear" then the
kaiser, crown prince and five other
Huns are doubtless a part of those
The Hun claims that the naval raid
on Ostend did not bottle up the port,
and availed the British nothing. Yet
it is understood that the vice-admiral
in charge of Ostend has been removed
Reports say Hindenburg's army is
pausing for breath. Yes, and a good-
LLOYD C. DOUGLAS
6:30 P. M.
MISS SARA SNLL
10:.30 4. 3llorniiig Vorslip.
Company 64 of the MICHIGAN
STATE TROOPS will come to
the Church in a body.
Sermon by John Mason Wells,
"SERVICE THROUGH CHAR-
6:30 P. M--Guild Meeting in
charge of GIRLS' EVANGEL-
ISTIC BAND nuder the lead-
ership of Gladys Townsend.
Seniors Hear Ye!~ Hear Y4
IT IS TIME TO LEAVE YOUR ORDER FOR
SAMPLES OF CORRECT AND UP-TO-DATE
ENGRAVING NOW IN
We, Not, in Soft Hats, Will Remain
Shapeless as Ever
Clipped-"For spring we are show-
ing some swell shapes for College men
in soft hats."
Not Far Off
"Who's going to sing in your quar-
tet over at the church tonight?"
"O, four of us."
-From Chi. Trib.-"Paint disloyal
suspect red, give him 20 lashes."
What, another taken to the bosom
Cary:-Are the coverings over the
stu-dent and the athe-lete at the new
Union entrance put there to protect
them from being sunstruck
Cary: -Didn't someone refer to these
spring days as being the call of the
wild? How is it possible in A. A. now
that it is May, 1918?
A. S. D.
Come in and see the 75 watt Blue Lamp
pAlpine Paul A. Shinkman
rish Philip Slomovitz
M. Price Frances Broene
wnv Milton Marx
Z, Hunter K. Frances Handibo
Landis Egar I. Rice
Sergeant Vincent H. Riorden
Rilla A. Nelson
teltzinger, Harry D7. Hause
Cress Katherine Kilpatrick
1. Case Franees H. Macdonald
Vhiting II Agnes Abele
k. Cadwell, Jr. L. A. Storrer
Hirsheimer Frank N. Gaethke
'UNDAY, MAY 12, 1918.
t Lditor-Mildred C. Mighell
as the 'case last spring, seniors
r leaving by scores to take up
s champions of liberty and jus-
Vith them are going many un-
smen, no longer able to re-
hemselves from active combat
;overnment has advised that all
s - lts, engineers, medics,
And other undergraduates-re-
A school as long as possible.
is not always easy to follow
e most. expert advice.
indeed difficult to determine
i our duty lies. Our parents
0lp us to decide; our friends
ssist. But the final decision
s4nade by our own consciences.
convictions are shaken quite
y each time a room-mate, fra-
brother, class-mate or friend
for the service. If the present
of seniors continues, there 'will
few 1918 graduates present at
Michigan will not mourn these
She will look at their vacant
with deep regret and pride,
th an everlasting appreciation
student-soldiers who have gone
that she may live.
ERELY A STEP BEHIND
ss and failure have been met-
to many candidates for campus
is and honorary societies with-
past few days. The result of
o, and even three years' work
ve been recognized in the pos-
ught, or has not withstood the
ever there are two candidates
position someone must inevit-
se. It seems criminal in some
os where either man would
petent for the position, that but
be selected. Yet these are the
will ascribe recent victories
eats as the making or break-
the individual's collegiate
Yet we dare say that more
ve stood out stronger in defeat
victory. Often the worst con-
one has of a person is that he
over his victory; and the best,
a lo.ser he took his defeat as a
rle example of Grant at Vicks-
famous Jofre could not with-
he enemy until the battle of
rue, but finally emerged with
y for humanity.
:andidate who has emerged at
must remember that the loser
a step behind him. The loser,
mn do well to bear in mind
usistent effort is always re-
and that his last year in col-
nds before him to do with as
ly part of it for the last breath
Hindy continues his mass attacks.
Freshman girls woo have not as yet
paid their social tax are requested to
do so next week in the office of the
Dean of Women. If this fee is not paid
before the end of the week ani extra
fine will be imposed. Girls who enter-
ed last fall should pay 50 cents and
those who entered at the beginning of
the present semester should pay 25
cents. Those who are uncertain as to
whether or not they have paid may
consult a list in the office of the Dean
of Women or call Cornelia Clark, '21,
Michigan Dames will meet at 7:30
o'clock Monday night in Newberry
hall. The-annual election of officers
will take place at this time. All mem-
bers must be present.
Young women desiring information
concerning constructive war work of-
fered by the Red Cross department of
civilian relief in institutes held at
Milwaukee, Cleveland, and Minneapo-'
lis,. should communicate with Dr. R.
W. Sellers, of the philosophy depart-
ment, phone 2368-J.
Senior and junior girls will start
their first inter-class baseball game
at 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon.
Freshmen and sophomores will play
H. L. SWITZER CO.
Place your order for
The Slater Book Shop
Gives a white light.
Just the thing to study by
Add to curiosities-College students
The kaiser has named a new bridge
over the Rhine after the crown prince.
Being an inanimate object a bridge
can't resent that.
Remember Mother today.
STATE FOOD BOARD,
MAKES SUGAR RULE
Lansing, May 11.-The state food
administration announced new sugar
rules for Michigan according to which
manufacturers of non-edible products
will be denied supplies of sugar dur-
ing the two months following May
15 The new ruling also affects those
manufacturers who began business on
or after Janiary, 1918, despite govern-
ment warning to the contrary.
Another class of business, composed
of those who started after Nov. 1, 1917,
will be restricted to 50 per cent of
their consumption during the four
mounths of January, February, March,
and April. The food administration
declared it to be absolutely essential
that the rules be strictly adhered to
in order to prevent a sugar famine in
the United States.
The new plan for sugar distribution
allows 100 per cent to preservers and
packers of vegetables, catsup, chili
sauce, fruit, and milk; to manufac-
turers of jam, jelly, and preserves,
to meat packers, ice cream manufac-
turers, to druggists, for medical pur-
poses only, and to manufacturers of
tobacco and. explosives, apple butter,
80 Per Cent Grant
An eighty per cent consumption of
sugar is -granted the following: manu-
facturers of soda water, confection-
ery, candies, chocolate, soft drinks
and beverages, .ruit syrup and flav-
oring extracts, sweet pickles, chewing
gum, cocoa, wine, cereals, and to soda
water fountains and sellers of soft
Distribution of sugar will be con-
ducted on the certificate plan, reports-
being required before such certificates
can be issued. Manufacturers will
be required to show their total sugar
cosumption for the first four months
Women in Service to Wear Uniform
Detroit members of the national
league for women's service are to
adopt a distinctive costume, for the
summer. Differing from the national
uniform of dark blue serge, it will
consist of midnight blue crepe de
chine with white collar and cuffs. A
sailor hat is to be worn.
The costume cannot be worn with
out permission from the local league
headquarters. It will appear for the
first time in next week's patriotic fund
Dean Cooley Goes to Chicago
Dean Mortimer E. Cooley, of the en-
gineering college, left Ann Arbor yes-
terday morning for Chicago, where he
addressed the annual alumni banquet
given there last night.
Dean Cooley is expected to return
to the University Tuesday.;
who manage to subsist on from $300 to
$400 per collegiate annum as the Uni-
versity catalogue states.
We have yet to hear of the American
troops making one of those w. k.
Evidently the British had a cork-
ing time bottling up the Huns U-
First Fluttery One-"Don't sit on
that dollar bill.'
Second F. O.-"Why not?"
First F. O.-"That's my pin money."
And of Such Stuff Are Columns Made
She-"Yes, I've learned the presi-
dent's address by heart."
She-"'1005 S. E. 5th."
Bill-"Elizabeth was weeping when
I met her last night."
Jim-"And did you run?"
Bill-"No, but my tie did."
Another Good Reason Why Copy
Readers Commit Hari-Kari
"The, women's annual traek meet
which in former years has been held
on Ferry field will be held this year
on May 25."
You're always getting things' twist-
ed; I sent you after crackers and you
brought me pretzels.
WOMAN HOSPITAL INSPECTOR
APPEALS FOR 10,000 NURSES
Washington, May 11.-"We should
have now in this country 10,000 pub-
lic health nurses," said Miss Annie
Goodrich, federal inspector of mili-
tary hospitals and president of the
American Nurses' association, in an
appeal today to the college women of
the country to enter the nursing pro-
Miss Goodrich asserted that the num-
ber of. nurses required, for work at
the front, in hospitals in this country
and for general public and private
nursing, will increase steadily as the
war goes on. She cited the courses
in nursing established by several col-
leges as offering an opportunity to
educated women to perform patriotic
and useful service for the nation.
G. Manting,'15M, Stationed at Hoboken
Dr. George Manting, '15M, is now
stationed at the embarkation station
at Hoboken, N. J. He was called there
recently from St. Louis, Mo., where
he was acting surgeon for the U. S.
Offers men and women high-
est marketable prices for .their
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 absolute value will be
paid. Men's and women's apparel
both. Call Mr. Claude Brown at 210
Hoover Ave. Phone 2601. He will
gladly call at your residence.-Adv.
I nt 4 ,n',rniz mh,,i jda'raftron
the School of
will speak on
Senior vespers will be held at
Martha Cook building this afternoon.
Free Exhibition of the celebrated
Medici Color Prints now on display at
the James Foster House of Art.-Adv
TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT-Wood-
ward & Washington. 8-9 A. A. asv-
Ings Bank Bldg. Phone 866.-Adr.
women are invited to
building at 7 o'clock
Mr. Walker Pettrt of
Philosophy, New York,
Swat that Fly
This is the time to get the
lirge ones, and killing one.
THE SWATTERS, 10c.
QUARRY DRUG CO'S
Cor. State and N. University
DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(May 14, 1918)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-7:25 a.
in., 8:1o a. in., and hourly to 7:10 p. n., 8:10
Jackson Express Cars (local stops west of
Ann Arbor)-8:48 a. rn., and every two hours
to 9:48 p. n.
Local Cars East Bound- s 5 a. in, 6:40
a. i., 7:o0 a. in. and every two hours to 7:05
p. in., 9:05 p. in., io:50 p. in. To Ypsilanti
only, 8:05 p. in., 11:50 p. in., 12:20 a. M.,
1.:ro a. in., and to Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-6:oo a. M., 7:48
a. in., 10o:2 p. n., 2:2o a. in.
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
and other works to be given at the Festival
Also Records of
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital and Surplus, $550,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron.
707 North University Ave.
IF IT'S ANYTHING
113 East University
And Other Artists
LUNCHES and SODAS
- Become Familiar with them and enjoy
For Sale and Rent
Fraternity and Social Stationery
0. D. MORRILL
322 South State Street
professors at the uni-
citation and before ex-
ariably remarks to his
n't just repeat to me
e heard -rae say in lec-
little original thinking
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Classes Just Starting.
601 E. William St.