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agree that never bhave you seen classier fabrics. Tailored in our in-
imitable style in a suit to your measure, they will make you as smartly
dressed as any man in town.

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Mir ,igan. Published every morning except
Minday duri ng the university year.
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Editor, if left at the office in the Ann Arbor
Press Bldg., or in the notice box in the west
corridor of the general library, where the
notices are collected at 7 :o o'clock each
John C. B. Parker ......... Managing ]editor
Clarence T. Fishleigh.. Business Manager
Conrad N. Church............News Editor
Lee E. Joslyn..... .......... City Editor
Harold A. Fitzgerald........ Sports Editor
Harold C. L. Jackson...Telegraph ditor
Marian Wilson....... ... Women's Editor
I,eonard W. "Nieter... .Ass't Telegraph Editor
DeForrest S. Rood......... Exchange Editor
J. it. Campbell.. .Auistat usiness Manager
C. Philip Finery..Assistant .Business Manager
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SUNDAY, MAY , 1917.
Might Editor-Marry M Carey
Students of the literary college will
be given an opportunity this week to
organize a regiment under the direc-
tion of Major Castle. This will be wel-
come news to many men in the literary
college who have been wondering what
ttfq, ioilq 4o to prepae for later ser-
Since spring yaeition, organization
plans for the engineering college, the
Medical school, and the Law school
have 1ollowyed eac4. other in rapid sc-
;cession, but up to the present time
there has been little opportunity for
the literary college to do its part.
The formation of a drill regiment
composed entirely of literary students
will be welcomed by many. The whole
hearted support, of all four classes
will be needed. Let every able bodied
man in each class be present at the
organization meetings which are to be
helId on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs-
day, and Friday of this week.
An opportunity to do our bit has
been given us. Let's go!
"A fellow doesn't realize until he's
going just what it all means," said a
student last night. He was standing
at the parting of the ways.
Each spring the breaking of ties
comes hard. Leaving friends under
every day conditions is difficult, but
perhaps a worth while part of the col-
lege training. But conditions are far
from usual this year. Men are leav-
Ing, perhaps without the hope of a
If you are one of those who go, or
^f those who stay, do not let the
one ftlezsness blur the mirror
breath of cart. .Qihtetm o
of your memories. Cum.~hte ie o
yet have with your friend. "opk into
his eyes, rememPber his every move, inl
order that you ny call back these
last days together, and ARftn, the full-
niess of your friendship the S,FI4 Q
drive you tom.
Friendship can tiver be static. To
keep the miracle, men iiRA tContinue
giving, ijce you cannot be tog.4at
show toda 1Y 'yolar actions that what-'

eve comes you Awe gi y ng to yaui"t
friend your faith in 1;18 a 4"IU, to up-
hold tihe rig A.

State and Horn Streets
10:30-Service in charge of the Wo-
nman's Society of the church. Mrs.
C. E. Post, Vice-President of the
Fortnightly will read the service,
and Rev. Mrs. Eaves the scripture;
Rev. Florence K. Crooker will
preach on "Women and the War."
6: 30-T7eaching as a Vocation for
Students; talks by Mr. Rollin C.
Hunter, Miss Ruth Lenzer, and Miss
Abigail Blackburn before the Young
People's Society. This is the last
indoor discussion for the year; the
next two meetings will be held out
of doors.
Mr. Douglas
will preach
" The Last Straw "
JresbyteraI Curh
Morning sevie at 10:30 o'clock. Ad-
dress "At the Bross," by lRev. Leonard
A. Barrett. Youg people's evening
hprvce at @ ; 30o'clok.
Congregaioa hrh
Mr. Douglas will preach o 'IThe Last
Straw," at 10:30 o'clock. Prof. VV. R.
1impireys will give the third of his
series of lectures on'"Te Four Gos-
pels" for the Plymouth Round Tale
at 6:30 o'clock.
First MI. E. Church
Class meeting at 9:30 o'clock. Morn-
ing service at 10:30, subject "Loyalty."
Eavening service at 7:30, subject "The
Soul's Harvest."
Trinity English Lutheran Church
Bible school at 9:30 o'clock. Mr.
ff. L. Haag of the Methois church,
will preach at 10:30 o'clock. The eve-
ning service will be omitted.
Church of Christ (Discple4)
Mr. Knepper will speak on "The
Spirit of a Disciple" at 10:30 o'clck.
"The Grateful Samaritan" will be the
subject of the vesper service at 6:15
Unitarian Churh
Morning service at 10:30 o'clock will
be conducted by the Women's society
of the church. Sermon will be deliv-
ered by Rev. Florence K. Croker on1
"Women and the War." Young peo-
ple's society meets at 6:30 o'clock.
Jewish Students' Congregatioi
Rabbi Nathan Krass of Brooklyn, N.'
Y, will address the congregation at
6:45 o'clock in Newberry hall on "The
Eternally Jewish." Eection of officers
will follow the ser'mon.t
Bethlehem A. If. E. Church
Morning service at 10:30 o'clock.
St Paul's Evangelical Church
Morning service at 10:30 o'clock.
English illustrated lecture on "The
Youth and Early Educational Training
of Luther," at 7:30O o'clock.
German M. E. Churcht

Preaching services at 10:30 o'clock.
i v~'rst Baptist Church#
Morning service at 10:45 o'clock. Mr.t
U. . Welts will preach on "The Pal-t
aces of Memory." Communion service
wfl 44'.w the sermon.
Community $Chapelc
Community meeting at 7:30 o'clock.I
J.~.Wglls speaks on "The City ofi
13roadway IL. F.Church
evyening service at 7:30 o'clock. TheN
gu1jec t will be ",$eeing ,Jesus."


Information concerning all military
affairs at the University is being sent
to all university and college presi-
dents and to all the daily newspapers
in the state by Prof. John R. Brumm of
the rhetoric department who is a
member of the publicity committee of
the Intercollegiate Intelligence bu-
This work is being carried on
through regular University news serv-
ice, which has been extended to take
care of this branch of the work at
the University.
The following letter which was r-
ceived by Mr,. Franc i lAcon, who is
states, director of the bureau, will be
sent out in this connection:-
"Dear Mr. Bacon:
"This is to answer your letter of
April 21 to Dr. McClellan in which
you express the desire and spirit of
the University of Michigan and the
other institutions of collegiate rank in
the state of Michigan to co-operate
with us in our work. But before un-
dertaking the considerable amount of
detail work necessary to organize and
collect the information required fo'
our bureau, you want to be assurecd
of our ability to be of real service to
the government.
"We are now settled in our offices
here with the Council of National De-
fense and are organized to be of real
assistance to the government. Before
our furniture had arrived we received
requests from several of the most im-
portant departments of the govern-
ment, forwarded to us by the director
of the Council of National Defense. I
have already, in the few days I have
been here, talked with a number of
important bureau officials. Most of
them had not as yet heard of the exist-
ence of our bureau, but they were all
unanimous in saying that it filled one
of the most crying needs in the Capitol
in this hour of national emergency,
and all of them promised to make use
of us at a very early date
"Dean McClellan and I plan to get
to Washington a half dozen patriotic
young Americans, who like ourselves,
want to give their services to the Na-
tion at the present time, and to placei
these men in the various departments
to find out exactly how best we can
serve them. Judging from the develop-
ments of the last three days we be-
lieve that it is not as much a question
of whether the government calls upon
us to serve them as it is whether the
universities of the country will be
ready in time to fill the orders. I am
most anxious to use the institutions
of your great state and hope that you
will personally call upon mne for any
assistance which I can render to you
In this office.
"Sincerel~y yours,

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t o o l e g s t u d e n t s f o r a . f u l l
sumrs work. Fo r full infor-
maion write
1110ianaPolis, Indiana
Blelgiatn Reli i' Requetsts "Y SeCreR
-, Wry to Help iln Work; Un-
able to Leave
The board, of (rustees of the Stu-~
dents' ChrisOtian association of the
Universityz was recently requested by
the organization for Belgian relief
wi.th headquarters in Ann Arbor, to
release Secretary N. C. Fetter for a
period of three months to become field
secretary. It has been found impos-
sible to grant the request.
The trustees in their statement ex-
pressed an appreciation of[ the need
of the B3elgian relief, but felt that be-
cause of the increased burden coming
upon the association, since the begin-
ning of the war they must retain Mr.
Fetter. The recent religious confer-
ence has also given much more work
for that branch of the Y. M. C. A. and
makes his release all the more unde-
The board expects to add another
secretary to the force working at
Lane hall within a short time.
I Lii1I BA, Y4 'l1 lF 2.1N9Y)'. H \ M .ENT
F ter t, iiiiiwiit a nd Business Meeting
to lie Held, for Fourth
Year Girls,
All members of the Independent
Girls' club are to be entertained Sat-
urday afternoon, May 12, by the wom-
en of Frith Hall in honor of the senior
members of the club. Invitations will
be sent to ceh league house and to
each of the dormitories, urging the in-
dependentwomen to come to Frith
Hall between the hours of 3 and 5
o'clock and bring their knitting or
A short- program is being planned
for the afternoon, and some important
business is to be brought up, includ-
ing a report of the committee appoint-
ed to consider houses suitable for an
fld lpendent girls' club-house for next
ya.This meeting will take the place
of th e regular May business meeting,
which will not be held on Monday
evening as expec ted, owing to the
oenior society ineeting.



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Mior society meets at 7:80 o' clockL
grow evening with Dell1a Lauuen-
'r, '17, 712 West H~uron street.
I girls ,plannin11g to bie here for
mer school are asked to sign up
he book in the Wome ^n's league
z in University hall.
e championship ni ceh foir the fall
s tournament will be played off
o'clock tomorr6w afternoon on
Dewberry cou rts.;,
iss meetings for th purpocse of
nating memb'krs ofcoimn:ittees
ext year 4 be held id ~ay af-
on in Barbour gmaim
eMichig~in Women's League for
;ructive s'ervice will hold its regu-
eetlng' at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow
Soon in Newberry hall.

N "aticular Place
~ . r Particular People.
gMay 5.---Lansing will be
ec of the' 43rd annual meeting
1 ~ichi gan Pioneer and Historical
ea*to be held in the Senate cham-
ber i y 9 and 10. Goy. Albert 19~.
51l; per vii address the conference on
"Michiga i War and Peace." Many
oiler peaersrepresenting districts
i : al prts of the state will speak
upn ubjects pertaining to the history
of th-estate.
Nw Wuerth Theater to Open May 15
The ew Waerth theater seating 800,
f ire p)T of, with modern ventilation, will
haeits;-=ormal opening May 15. Con-
traryt expectation the theater faces
hesout ,h and is reached through a
long arcade along sides of which are
displayed windows for the block in
fron t of the theater. A new $6,000
pip;e crg )a nwill be installed.
;latich i or the tlured cards.Adv. 6

If yrou do your bit this summer you;
are more cer fisl tQ get your bite next
Shake hands with that class-mate.
who is leaving to fight, even though
he is not a clos~e friend.
The Hohenzollern line is foiite t
to have a Hindenburg line to pro-
tect it.
Pure patriotism, u waving flag, and
a backyard of potatoes constitutes the
true American nowadays.
Grad Here on Way to Training Camp
Charles J. Frisbie, '16, has returned
to Ann Arbor from Dallas, Texas. He
will remain here several days after
which he will leave for Fort Sheridan,
where he will enter the officers' re-
serve corps. While in Dallas Frisbie
was local representative for the Stude-
baker Automobile company.

St. Andrew's EP~st9pal Churcb
Holy communion at 7 : W o'clock.
Holy communion and sermon at 10:30
Portable field hospitals used by the
government during the war will all be
of similar design according to a letter
received by Prof. Emil Lorch of the
architectural college in reply to a let-
ter, from the archlteets, offering the
services of the men in this sc'hool in
designing special buildings for use in
this service. Such a plan will make
possible the building and transporting
of these hospitals rapid.

Senior class nominations for presi-
dent to succeed H. Gray Muzzy -v-1o
resigned because of entering the naval
militia, and for treasurer to. take dh
place of Larry Carlson who has l~
college to en.ter military service, vil
be held at 4 o'clock totnori ow v,,
noon in 101 Economics buildling.
A good representation of the class i
requested to attend as the officef:
elected will have supervision of 0 e
ceremonies on "Swing-out" day, May

&d rmen ill hold their last meet-
ink ofe year at 7:30 o'clock Satur-
day nig t, May 12, at the Masonic tem-
pI, 1he laie~s;of the Eastern Star
will nterain)y 1presenting the playn,
\. ~ t. Ta -ffonMsonry." A cordial
ii ire:.a i etenedto all student
:~ ~~7, c-flSEser trs, and members.
~x~in-(utMonda, Ma 14. Cap and
(Iwao'ies iledimm~edliately. Cor-*
rt . _...2es for men and women in
iii dp~rttens Mack & Co.--Adv. 6

classes and rivat 'lesson,; Notar Public. 0. D. Morrill, 322
kard Academy, tU South Sta."e.--Adv.t

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