Army Uniform Department,
: take pleasure in announcing to our customers and friends the
of a department for taking orders of S,.rvice Uniforms and
ats for officers of the United States Army.
r the present we are taking orders only for the field service gar-
blouse and breeches of olive drab cloth or cotton khaki and over-
olive drab cloth. In the near future we shall be in a position to
. accessories such as caps, shirts, puttes, etc.
ty our Uniform Department serve you now?
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THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1917.
Night Editor-G. 0. Brophy.
SOPHOMORES AND FRESHMEN
Every spring finds a big minority of
the sophomore class absent from the
spring games. These second year men
have been through the events once,
and have experienced the attendant ex-
citement. They know the game and
their interest flags. As a logical con-
sequence, the freshmen generally win.
Last fall the freshmen took the flag
rush away from their rivals. This fact
should serve as a spur to the men of
1919. We want to see a good battle, a
series of contests which will show the
two classes in their true light.
Whether you are freshman or sopho-
more, get out and prove to the spect-
ators, the other class, and yourself,
that you are ready to "do your bit."
As the lazy days of spring drift
along and graduation looms nearer on
the horizon, the black-gowned senior
looks back on his college years, and
counts up the benefits he has gained,
Over the maze of text books and les
sons, beyond the love idyls of moonlit
nights, above the honors and success-
es, one word reigns supreme: Friend.
Many friendships come to us during
the course of four years. We reach a
point when "Bill" with his "M" hat
and teh dozen society pins slaps us on
the back while we are passing down
the diagonal. And, when we are with
him and roomie comes along with his
dusty shoes and trousers slightly bag-
gy at the knees, some times we feel
just a wee bit ashmed..
The college glamor soon wears off
The memory of those nights with
roomie when you and he smoked the
good night pipe is the one that-counts.
And when you see him at reunion time,
after his hair has started to thin and
spectacles rest upon the familiar nose,
then a thrill runs up your spine and
you know that you have gained that
most precious thing, a friendship
whose gold has stood the test of time.
It's tough when it's Roomy's turn to
buy the family soap and he insists his
check hasn't arrived.
The world's greatest
optimist: He who is already figuring
on that big war pension.
It is reported that the government
may adopt several schemes to combat
the submarine-the more the better.
"We have yet a little while."
The list is now 666, and is still grow-
Wire to All the World.
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UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE M
J. L. STADEKER WITHDRAWS
CANDIDACY FOR MEMBERSHIP
ON BOARD IN CONTEROL
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
I hereby withdraw my candidacy
for membership on the board in con-
trol of student publications, the rea-
son being that I will not be a member
of the University next year.
J. L. STADEKER.
UNION'S INDEX FILES MAY
AID IN ENLISTING FARM HELP
The index files of the intercollegiate
intelligence bureau at the Union will
probably be used for the. purpose of
securing students for work on Washte-
naw county farms, according §to Wil-
liam E. Underdown of the state food
Mr. Underdown has had a survey
made of the' farm labor situation in
the cofnty and found that 75 experi-
enced men could be used. About 35
of this number have already been sup-
plied from other sources. Cards have
been sent out to the farmers to de-
termine the kind of men they want
and as soon as these are returned the
index files will be consulted to find
men experienced in the work offered.
Girls are requested to enter the
?dewberry tennis courts by the rear
Applications for the national serv-
ice camp should be made at once to
Miss Alice Evans at Barbour gymnas-
ium. Places are being filled rapidly
and college girls should make t~ieir
applications before all the places are
Mass meeting of the National League
for Women's Service at 4 o'clock to-
day in Hill auditorium.
On account of the mass meeting for
women this afternoon, the work at
the Union will be suspended at 3
14 SOPHOMORES ELECTED TO
WYVERN; INITIATION MAY 23
Fourteen sophomores were elected
to Wyvern, honorary society for Junior
women, at the annual spring election.
Those honored were: Hannah Cham-
plin, Doris MacDonald, Emily Loman,
Olive Wiggins, Hazel Beckwith, Ada
Arnold, Margaret Atkinson, Lucile
Duff, Groeso Gaines, Emily Powell,
Hazel Hoffman, Margaret Hurst,
Marcia Pinkerton, and Anne MacMa-
Initiation will be held at 4 o'clock
Wednesday, May 23.
Linder laughs and the whole world
laughs with him. "The smile you can't
resist," in "Max Comes Across," at the
Arcade today.-Adv. 17
Jobs are plenti-
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ve you seen the 571 new silver
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