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THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1917.
Night Editor-C. S. Clark, Jr.
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GET OUT TO TOTE TOMA
SENTIMENT SHOWN IN BALLOT.
ING WILL TYPIFY SPIRIT OF
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
Today is a very important one in the
history of our University. The senti-
ment that the student body will show
in balloting on the compulsory mili-
tary training issue is the sentiment
that will be spread broadcast as typi-
fying the spirit of Michigan men.
Harvard, Pennsylvania, and other
large universities of the East as well
as the West have voluntarily shown
their willingness to stand behind their
flag. We of Michigan are mostly men
of the middlewest, yet we owe our
sense of security to the protection of
the East, the far West, the South and
perhaps most of all to our big sister
of the North.
The entire nation looks toward the
colleges of, the country both for moral
and material support. Will Michigan
stand the test?
I presume that The Daily published
Mr. Gilmartin's maliciously sarcastic
and insanely illogical ravings in yes-
terday's paper just to show us that
there are still persons of his type in
our midst; to illustrate the type of
man that Michigan does not want; the
type of ink artist who thinks that it
is clever to belittle his nation's prob-
lems because he, himself, as an in-
dividual, is secure.
Perhaps, this pacifistic pen-pusher
would not feel so secure if he could
hear of the treatment proposed by
some of the real men of Michigan. His
ideas, or rather lack of ideas, should
have no place in the columns of our
paper. There is such a thing as the
abuse of the press.
Let every true Michigan man get out
and vote today. Let underclassmen
forget that they are the ones directly
affected, and show a little self-sacri-
Let every man vote yes on both
J. R. DARNALL, '18M.
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will adjourn to the Intercollegiate de-
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member is requested to be present.
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Michigan students will go on rec-
ord before the country today in regard
to the question of compulsory mili-
tary training. The results of the vote
will be significant, and should prove
of national interest, because compul-
sory military training occupies a con-
spicuous position among the burning
issues of the day.
The vote will be conducted in as-
semblies under the supervision of the
deans. The results of the balloting
will be tabulated as to classes, schools
and colleges. The women will ballot
separately, and their vote will be kept
separate from that of the men. The
vote of each group will stand upon
In order that students will vote
with a thorough knowledge of the is-
sues involved, competent men have
been appointed to answer questions
which may arise in the assemblies.
The Daily has turned over more than
a page this morning to an expression
of opinion upon the questions in-
volved, and in Justice. to both sides
printed all but two of the communica-
tions received. Of the two communi-
cations not printed, one favored and
one opposed the adoption of compul-
sory military training, and only lack
of space prevented their publication.
In the interests of the University it
is essential that every student weigh
carefully the issues involved today,
and then vote.
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OBJECTS TO LITERATURE
TIEPf ,hS SOCIALISTS HAVE
ilIlT TO INFLUENCE VOTES
Miss Gertrude Beggs will be the
speaker at the last Y. W. C. A. ves-
per service at 5 o'clock this after-
noon in Newberry hall.
Annual demonstration of the depart-
ment of physical education will be
given before the Schoolmasters' club
at 4 o'clock this afternoon in Barbour
All girls wishing employment dur-
ing spring vacation should see Dean
Byra B. Jordan.
Dress rehearsal for Junior Girls'
play will be at 7 o'clock tonight in
Tickets for the Junior Girls' play
will be on sale from 9 to 11 o'clock
and from 1 to 3 o'clock today, and
from 9 to 12 o'clock and from 1 to 3
o'clock Friday in the Library.
Tickets for the Women's luncheon
o be given Saturday noon must be
bought before tonight.
The senior girls are requested to
wear caps and gowns to tha Michigan
vomen's luncheon on Saturday.
Mortarboard will meet at 7:30
'clock tonight with Margaret Rey-
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37.-Adv. . F-eod
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
It is a most curious situation at
Michigan when all opposition to the
campaign for a more efficient sort of
preparedness must find expression
torough pamphlets and display cards
which are paid for by those of social-
ist view. Does this mean that the
socialists of the University have sud-
denly assumed the role of advanced
thinkers or does it mean that social-
ism s no more than a pernicious and
Cangerous doctrine of the rankest sort
of pacificism, which is contynt to
Orag down the reputation of the Uni-
xersity with it? At any rate we are
i" that the printers of Ann Arbor
will not have to worry about the bills
or tmist patriotic" information. It
i ynws to the world that socialism is
pacificism. N. P. O.
New Medical Building for Indiana
Bloomington, Ind., March 28.-Plans
for a new medical building for In-
(Lana university were considered by
ho board of trustees at their meeting
?aturday. The building will be erect-
d in Indianapolis, and will be situated
as close to the Long hospital as pos-
sible. The board also voted to estab-
lish a cafeteria on the campus, but no
definite plans were announced.E
Use the advertising columns of The
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best of AnnArbor's buyers.t
The fifty-second meeting of the
Michigan Schoolmasters' club is be-
ing held this week. Lectures from all
over the. country, -experts upon the
training of youthful minds convene to
study progressive ideas in education.
Veterans with gray hair, whose work
in country schools has helped many
children to see the broader fields of
education gather with young men just
out of college with experience lim-
ited to one semester in a high school
It is upon these men and women
that the ideals of young Americans
largely depend. The civilization of
centuries has been transmitted by
monkish men, who taught youths with
eager brains the love of books from
the doorway of their darkened cells.
After the devastation of the present
war is over, it will be through these
men and women, the teachers, that the
enmity of bitter struggle will be
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AMERICAN RED CROSS ABLE TO
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Washington, March 28.-The Ameri-
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for an army of 1,000,000 men, it was
announced at headquarters here today.
During the past six months the organ-
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tensive campaign for members which
has resulted in the enlistment of thou-
sands of trained and untrained wom-
en. New chapters have been estab-
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and the organization, it' is said, has
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