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April 24, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 142) • Page Image 1

… at PRES DAY AND NIG SERVJ( ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 1918. . "111 m l im 1i m 1a m 111 11m n m 11111111m 1m 11 11m111111a m1 li11ml111 1 a m n,, , e NU PLOTTER SHOOTS FELLOW DURING TRIAL l' of the have were RAM CHANDRA, REVOLUTIONIST, IS KILLED BY RAM SINGH WHO DIES IN TURN San Francisco, April.-A sensational climax to the trial of 32 persons charged with conspiring to foment re- volution in India was furnished to- day...…

April 24, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 142) • Page Image 2

…I 11 EU' I omen - U I L I early birds, apple before 1: YOUR THINKING TERM It is time for all p'ersons to consider' themselves of importance in the world of affairs. No matter how infinitesi- mal the service which you are able to render, it will contribute to the sum total which is necessary for the salva- tion of civilization. Every atom of service to the common good which is withheld when it could be given de- creases to that extent...…

April 24, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 142) • Page Image 3

…UL -- a 4%9At Disadvantage --New York, April 23.-A most unus- IZES f BROAD ual and interesting situation will arise ND HURD- in connection with the proposed Wil- LES lard-Fulton bout, if it is staged in the state of Minnesota, as at present ap- pt most of the track -pears likely. According to the tenta- ag out yesterday, tive terms of agreement the title hold- tng up for practice. er and his towering challenger are to aid last night that meet...…

April 24, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 142) • Page Image 4

…ST. LOUIS w/ - I iw 177- 179-1t81 WOOOWARD AVE ared Event for Ann Arbor Wo- of the "May Festival" Which Begins Shortly q1 lning, Dinner and Afternoon Gowns Reduced " _.. REVEALING a truly superb display of Nancy in all the glowing tones of Spring and beauty-luxuriously delightful in every design, richness of materials and modish indil -a most comprehensive collection of the fashions developed this season. -. - ALL special...…

April 24, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 142) • Page Image 5

…t, .A. diLUIHLIHI IlUl II IHLA By CAMPUSPROrSSORS BOTH NAVAL AN ARCHITECTURE AND MAtINE ENGINEERING ARE NEW FIELDS MILITARY NEWS -Order your, at once rl & Co (By Ptof 11. C. Sadler) Until the outbreak of the war, the shipbuilding industry of the United States, although important, was neve- theless one of the smaller one when compared with our engineering field. For years, the necessity of an ade- quate mercantile marine, as well as a ...…

April 24, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 142) • Page Image 6

… C TODAY 3 o'clock-Dean J. R. Effinger lec- S tures to Cercle Francais in Tappan hall. WHE I BAKER - s oversubscribed all quotas. s already sent more han has been reques- e now being taken to Kt contingent to be Arbor has gone " over the top" uota for the Red Cross. Arbor has complied to every nent request for the support war, and has never yet failed e up to its quota, but there is .e great thing that Ann Arbor >," officials say. ravagan...…

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