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Harold R. Smith Seymour B. Wilson
SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1917.
Night Editor-C. M. Jickling.
DO YOU AGREE?
We think "America" and "The Star
Spangled Banner" are two great old
We don't know every word of them
by heart. !
We're pretty thoroughly ashamed of
But we've resolved to learn them
within the next twenty-four hours.
We're going to ask the boys (and
girls) around the table not to sing
"Ypsi" and "She Lives Down in Our
Alley" quite so often, and try "Amer-
ica" and "The Star Spangled Banner"
We think they'll sound mighty good,
and mean a lot more.
TRY A TONIC
"Take that tonic now-or the spring
fever'll git yuh if yuh don't watch
Thus runs a placard in a down-town
drug store window; a placard adver-
tising a certain well known "spring
tonic." The student reads and re-
flects; sniffs the warm springy air
about him; and then explodes: "Ver-
ily, spring has come.'
Then come days of colder weather;
and a warm room is once more a
comfort. But the memory of that
fleeting smell of spring is a warning
to the wise student: He fears its re-
turn. "I'm behind in my work " he
reflects, "and I can't study when the
weather is warm."
Take heed then! Six weeks of the
semester are gone. Spring will be
here soon-spring, with its freshness
and greenness and pleasant sunshine.
And when it comes, study will be next
to impossible. The task of bringing
that note-book up to date will become
So "take that tonic now - or the
spring fever'll git yuh if yuh don't
watch out."-University Daily Kansan.
Watch for the visitor ribbons today.
Russia has evidently taken a dis-
like to Tsardines.
With the German crisis still at hand,
the railroad strike impending, a rev-
olution in Russia, and the mid-semes-
ters coming on, it seems that there is
no safe spot for an honest man.
SCHOOL TALKS SUNDAY
DR. W. P. BEHAN SPEAKS ON "THE
CALL OF THE HOUR" AT
Dr. W. P. Behan, president of the
Baptist Missionary Training school of
Chicago will speak on "The Call of
the Hour" tomorrow morning in the
First Baptist church. Dr. Behan was
at one time director of the Baptist
guild in this city.
After leaving Ann Arbor, Dr. Behan
was connected with the work of the
Chicago Y. M. C. A. and also was pas-
tor of the Morgan Park Baptist
church, Chicago. He is now engaged
in training workers for Sunday
schools, churches, and foreign mis-
In additionto the morning sermon
Sunday, Dr. Behan will address the
girls of the guild class at noon on
opportunities for Christian work that
are now open to trained women. He
will speak to the B. Y. P. U. and their
friends at 4:30 o'clock.
ARTICLE IN MARCH INLANDER
DISCUSSES ART OF SNORING
Poems, Editorials, and a Fable Make
Up Remainder of
What the managing editor of the
Inlander declares is a masterpiece of
its kind will be the feature article of
the March Inlander to go on sale
next Friday. "Some Notes on the
Uvular Art," by Allen Shoenfield, '18,
is a clever dissertation on a much
misunderstood human activity, namely
Included in this number is a 'story
entitled "New Tricks" from the pen
of Miss Georgia Jackson, a New York
writer. Marjorie McKeown, '17, has
contributed a sketch called "The
Pacifist," which describes in a humor-
ous manner the trials of a city news-
paper editor. Several other articles,
poems, a ' fable, and editorials com-
plete the number.
Charlie Chaplin's walk was never so
funny as in "Easy Street." Arcade
Knights of the Racquzet-Attention
We have just received a shipment of more than
100 Tennis Rackets
of the leading makes, including the
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I Takes Pictures
W AW U Deeops films
713 . VNIVERSITY
LAWS ELECT CLASS SPEAKERS
Seniors Choose Valedictorian and Or-
ator for Commencement Week
Wayland H. Sanford, '17L, was
unanimously elected class valedictor-
ian at a meeting of the senior law
class in the Law building yesterday
afternoon. Louis F. Dahling, '17L,
was elected class orator.
The class awarded the contract for
this year's canes to Lindenschmidt
and Apfel, a local dry goods firm.
Members of the class may place their
order with Walter W. Wensinger,
George W. Bixler, or Robert M. Good-
rich, the members of the committee
in charge, any time after Monday.
DR. MURRAY WRITES LIBRETTOS
Text of E tripedes' Play Translated by
Librettos for the "Iphigenia Among
the Taurians" are the translation of
Gilbert Murray, professor of Greek in
Glasgow university, and later regius
professor of Greek at Oxford, England.
Dr. Murray's translation is character-
ized by unusual literary taste, and
in the choral odes he has successfully
imitated the original chant.
The Classical club has arranged to
furnish a large number of the trans-
lations at the nominal sum of 25
cents. They are now on sale in the
basement of Memorial hall.
The Coburn players presentation of
Euripides' "Electra" and the Little
Theater's presentation of the "Tro-
jan Women," at the Whitney a few
years ago, were produced in collab-
oration with translations by Dr.
Deutscher Verein Gives "Der Knopf"
A program, in which a playlet, "Der
Knopf," featured was presented
Thursday night at the regular meet-
ing of the Deutscher Verein. The
parts were taken by Hellen Krueger,
'17, Harold W. Rosenheim, '18, Her-
bert M. Bierwagen, '19, and Adelia W.
William W. Behringer
11 NICKELS ARCADE
DEAN MYRA B. JORDAN VISITS
WISCONSIN "CO-OP" HOUSES
Dean Myra B. Jordan leaves today
for Madison, Wisconsin, where she
will visit the co-operative houses un-
der the management of the women stu-
dents of the University of Wisconsin.
By having each girl devote two hours
daily to the work of the house, the
Wisconsin girls have been able to re-
duce living expenses greatly.
'here will a meeting of the board
directors of the Women's league at
'clock this morning.
L11 faculty women and wives of
abers of the faculty, University
nen, and students in the School of
sic have been invited to an at home
m 3 to 6 o'clock this afternoorn
the Martha Cook building.
ast and choruses of the first and
and acts of the Junior Girls' play
[ rehearse at 8:45 o'clock this
rning in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
LLIAM ELLSWORTH TO SPEAK
EFORE JOURNALISM STUDENTS
[r. William W. Ellsworth, president
the Century Publishing company,
1 lecture on "The Relations Be-
en Authors and Publishers" sup-
nentary to course 32 in journal-
With experience both as an au-
r andtpublisher Mr. Ellsworth will
able to give an especially valu-'
he date when Mr. Ellsworth will
ak will be announced later.
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There is only one thing
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It is the still higher cost of
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Shirts made to measure. G. H. Wild
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Dick Willis, who mistakenly poses
as a critic, says, "No actor, however,
clever, can direct his own plays and
act the leads at the same time." Now
we know why Charlie Chaplin has
proved such a miserable failure! See
Charlie in "Easy Street" (which he
directed himself), Arcade Theater to-
Caesar Was a Tough Nut
for the Briton to crack-and his "Comment-
aries" are even worse for the modern college
lad. Reading them calls for a keen brain in a
good body. School and college problems are
easy for the lad who eats
Justice Doty says that the Russian
revolution is due to the prohibition of
vodka, and that there may be a sim-
ilar upheavel following prohibition in
Michigan. A justice ought to know.
Take heart ye bar-flys.
I. B. Miller Unable to Sing Sunday
Irving B. Miller of the School of
Music, who was to sing before the
Students' society of the Unitarian
church tomorrow night, will go to
Hillsdale tomorrow to sing in one of
the churches there in the evening.
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