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May 23, 1918 - Image 2

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*i has begun for him, as he not only does
p j his bit but keeps on doing his share.
For many of the high school stu-
SS dents the war has not begun.
y entitled We cannot, call them slackers, as
news ds
ise credit. they are patriotic, but they have not
cal news begun to realize the importance of the
struggle in Europe, or the importance
'ersity of of maintaining the upkeep of the -mor-
Ar exc ale of the soldiers.
Arbor as In the co-lleges men taking general
-44 courses are being drafted into the
army, while those who are training
loo words, themselves with a goal and a definite
mly to ap-
faith, and purpose, such as engineers, doctors,
or, iThletc., ar'e being permitted to finish their
ce box in courses, for they are of the kind of
vry where
lock each men that the government will want
receive no after the war.
e returned For the majority of the seniors the
that pur- war has begun, mostly, because of
their sudden awakening and the reali-
ag Editor
anager zation of what they must be after the
war is over. This has been brought
ws dior about by their graduation this spring,
ph Editor Let us then be real men and women
s Editor and come to the full realization that
ry Editor we are involved in a great devastating
Manuger war, which we must win, and that we
Manager must also prepare ourselves to meet
the great problems that will confront
R. Atlas us after the war.-Harvard Lampoon.
{. Ehlbert
Slomovitz
Shinkman A sentence of 10 years in prison
was taken as a joke by a negroe in.
C. Angell Iowa. Perhaps this joke will appear
Handibo a
anport as a "chestnut" to him in a few years.
lia Fophey
ite Clark
L. Berry The secretary of the Swiss legation
A. Nelson in Paris was killed by a Hun airman.
a But then, the kaiser :sent his apol-
D. Hause -
Kilpatrick -
Jacdonald
nes Abele The rumor concerning the death of
k. Gaoretke Hindenburg probably arose out of his
wish that he were dead.
Democratic Germany is at present'
18. engaged in a battle with autocratic
Finland.
rx
Now is the time to do every bit of
STEP your bit.

' CA
There's a won
town;

RYATIIJ
A, Me!
iderful girl in my home

Her eyes, my boy, are
brown;
Her smile is entrancing,
sedate,

the deepest
her manner

RSITY PEOPLE CAN HELP
VENT SPREAD OF DISEASE

And when I left home she said she
would wait
For me.
When she missed me at first she wrote
quite a lot,
And I, silly chump, imagined eah blot
That appeared now and then on each
cute little note
Was the sign of a tear that she shed
while she wrote
To me.
But no! I've a sister from whom I
have heard--
Or perhaps I should say that a cute
little bird
Came and told me that some other fel-
low back there
Was planning to capture my sweet-
heart so fair
From me.
Now possession, they say, is nine
points of the law'
And one of his point's on the end of
his jaw.
So when I get home he'll get a good
swing
On the end of his jaw that will make
his head ring
From me.
"Is That a Dagger I See Before Me
State Board examiners commit hari-
kari sometimes, too. It is reported
that pistols and ropes had to be re-
moved from the vicinity of the inquis-
itors who put the question, "What
should be done for hemorrhage of the
lungs?" and received the reply, "Apply
a tourniquet."
An Old Song
(The City Editor's Version.)
"Mother, may I go out to swim?"
"Yes, my darling daughter,
Hang your clothes on a hickory
limb,
And send for a photographer."
The medical reservist observes that
it is hard enough to study on days like
this when the leaves rustle and the
breezes sigh, ut darned if he can
concentrate when he hears the grass
moan. We were just convalescing
from this gas attack when he continu-
ed that it was not because he loved
the grass less but because he loved
the lawnmower, and we had a relapse
from which we are not yet doing
nicely.
The G. M. N. made a i'emarkable
contribution to physics yesterday
when it stated that the rock of '62
was raised by private enterprise.
Boy, Page Mr. and Mrs. Chaperon
Additional Sport-Announcement is
made of the marriage of Miss Klinger
and Mr. Dancer.-
38 GIRLS ARE NEEDED FOR
SUMMER CHERRY PICKING
At least 38 girls are wanted for
cherry picking this summer. They will
be placed in a large "tfarmerette"
unit on Traverse Bay. Those wishing
to go must register by the end of this
week, as the unit must be completed
by that time. The work will com-
mence about the middle of July, to ex-
tend for three or more weeks
There are two smaller groups, the
Old Mission unit and the Traverse Bay
small unit, containing respectively 12
and 7 girls, both of which are al-
ready completed.
Use the Daily classified columns.

Thirty women are wanted for farm
work this summer. Anyone wishing
to consult Miss Evans in regard to this
kind of work, may do so from 9:30 to
11 ,o'clock this morning at ,Barbour'
gymnasium,
Sophomores must make appoint-
mentsfor posture examinations im-
mediately.
Seniors and sophomores will play
a consolation game at 4 o'clock this
afternoon on the field across from
Barbour gymnasium.
Senior girls will get together from
4 to 6 o'clock this afternoon in Bar-
bour gymnasium.
Y. W. C. A. cabinet will give a pic-
nic supper up the river at 5:30 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon to entertain the
old cabinet.
All tennis matches. must be finished
by the end of the week, as the finals
are to be played on field day.
The freshmen Girls' Glee club will
hold an impoi\tant meeting at 4:30
o'clock today at the School of Music.
FINS S 8 TRUERCULOSIS CASES
AMONG 90 GRAYLING CHILDREN
Eight tubercular children, and 12
likely cases were discovered among
the 90 persons, mostly school chil
dren, whowere examined by Dr. E.
R. Van Der Slice, medical field sec-
retary of the Michigan Anti-tubercu-
losis association, at the clinic held
last week at .Grayling-
"This is a low percentage consid-
ering that the children were chosen
by the teachers as not being normal,
or coming from families in which
there has been tuberculosis," said Dr.
Van Der Slice, yesterday. In addi-
tion to the positive and suspected cas-
es he found 35 children with diseas-
ed tonsils and adenoids.
In a public address which he gave
while in Grayling, he urged the com-
munity to see that these deficient
children were properly cared for if
their parents were unable to do so.
In addition he urged at least yearly
physical examination of all school
children and teachers to prevent as
far as possible the spread of tuber-
culosis.
VARIOUS AMUSEMENTS FEATURE
PARTY OF PENNSYLVANIA CLUB
Dancing, refreshments, and vari-
ous other amusements will feature
the party to be given by the Penn-
sylvania club on Friday, May 24, at
the Union.
A limited number of tickets will be
sold to outsiders. They will be avail-
able at the Union desk or from the
following committeemen: William E.
Cole, '20M, chairman; Lawrence Bein-
hauer, '19M, William A. Leitznger,
'20, Charles E. Fuess, '19E, Ralph E.
Jones, '20E, R. Milton, Kerr, '20,
James K. Pollock, '20, Henry G.
Gress, '18L, John F. Jordan, '18L, and
George Wilner, grad.
Abigail Blackburn, '18, is chairman
of the women's committee.
V. Adams, ex-'19, Appointed Yeoman
Victoria Adams, ex-'19, of Ann Ar-
bor has received an appointment as
yeoman, third class, in the United
States navy and is awaiting her call
in Detroit to report in Washington,
D. C.

Miss Adams will be in the naval
sensorship bureau and she will be
located in New York city.
Dancing Friday nights at the Arm-
ory.-Adv.

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of the "The large number of respiratory
e. The diseases such as colds, grippe, and1
es but tonsilitis become widespread because
.ers in of people in general not 'holding
orable something over their mouth and nose
while coughing or sneezing," states a'
. con- report of the surgeon general of the*
army ,received by Dr. E. R. Van Der
over Slice, medical field secretary of the
balforstate anti-tuberculosis association.
ve for In commenting dn this Dr. Van Der
must Slice said, "Many respiratory ,dis-
eases could be a matter of history if
people would only use handkerchiefs
to cover their faces when coughing
AGE or sneezing, and wirould not expector-
age de- ate. I can think of no better place
chigan from which this habit might animate
ned to than from the University, as the stu-
is pos- dents going to their homes in all
n. parts of the country could exert a!
udents great influence toward spreading this
ise be habit of carefulness."
besides
chigan WAR FINANCE TO BE TOPIC
letters OF ADDRESS BY PROF. ADAMS
nce or
full of Professor Henry C. Adams, head of
the economics department, will give
ot the a lecture at 4:15 o'clock Friday aft-
d there ernoon in the parlors of Barbour
receive gymnasium.
bt but The subject of the talk Ngill be
udents "War Finance." This will be the
ng and fourth of a series of special address-
nd out es to students and to people in gen-
d had eral. The character of Professor
ing. Adams' research work in the univer-
ve all sity makes him especially well qual-
s Es- ified to speak on this subject.

Seniors Hear Ye! He
IT IS TIME TO LEAVE YOUR ORDE
CallingCards

Men Wanted to Build Carnival Booths
All men who are willing to help in
the construction of booths for the
Union carnival should sign up either
Monday or Tuesday in room 225 of
the Engineering building.
PRING STYLES
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spring suits and top coats are
more ,snappy than ever this
spring; the kind of clothes red-
blooded yourng men will be
wearing. They have incorporat-
ed in them all the style tenden-
cies that will be popular.
We have bought freely and as
a consequence offer you choice
of a stock unequalled for rich-
ness of choice and variety of
style, anywhere but in their
shops. You will find here
clothes as good as you can buy
in any city, and the price is
more reasonable.
New neckwear, Steson and
Knox Hats.
Relea Conlin, Flegel & CO.
The Big Home of Hart Schaff-
ner and Marx Clothes, at South-
west Corner Main and Washing-
ton Streets.:

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(May 14, 1918)
Detroit Imited and Express
m., 8:1o;. m., and hourly to 7:1
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Jackson Express Cars (local
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. Local Cars East Bound-55
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p. m., 9:o5 p. in., 10:50 p. In.
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Local Cars West Bound-6 :oo
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Is. .The war

M. A. C. Will Graduate 140
Lansing, May 22. - One hundred
and forty seniors will be graduated
form Michigan Agricultural college
tomorrow when the tollege's 60th
commencement takes place.
The class numbered 330 a year ago,
but war has called 190 men to the
service. This makes the class the
smallest that has graduated from the
college in 10 years. There are now
more girls in the class than men.
The program began today with a ded-
ication of M. A. C.'s new gymnasium
and an alumni reunion.' Cap night
will be held Thursday. and college
will close Friday.

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FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1918

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