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February 28, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 103) • Page Image 1

…gi, i t 43ZU ASSOCIAT PRESS DAY AND NIGIlU SERVICE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1918. . RIC fS 1 I VIENNA OOPS TLE LENCE Consider ONLY 1 ORDNANCE COURSE MAN HERE Earl Merritt of Salem, Ill., is the only student who has arrived to start work in the ordnance course, which was scheduled to open last Saturday. The remaining students, approximate- ly 150 of them, are either held up in supply depots where they are being examin...…

February 28, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 103) • Page Image 2

…is life so long ago that he isn't whether they ever existed or t. he general idea of induc- idents 'to continue their college. In such a crisis it the need for more col- nade every day more ap- faculty decision in the e is to induce those who ise go to college to en- l.The other colleges of y might do well to follow Magazine considers mne one of the handsom- the country, Bearing in Le aforementioned person e Inlander last year we nent among ...…

February 28, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 103) • Page Image 3

…rL - - of - ZH CLOTHING_ HATS - and - URNISHINGS :hmitt, Apfel Co. DOZEN P.AYERS REPORT FOR BATTERY BERTIHS LIUN IGRIN URGES MORE PITCH- ERS TO TRY OUT FOR STAFF At present Coach Lundgren has about seven pitchers and a similar. number of catchers working daily in the gymnasium and the coach is anx- ious to see more men in the school who have any ability in catching or pitching to report for practice and. loosen out the kinks before the...…

February 28, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 103) • Page Image 4

… IS >p. >f Michigan smart models in PROF. JAN TYNE SPEAKS ON CAUSES OF WAR "VICTORY IS OUR ONLY END; WE MUST UPHOLD DEMOCRACY," SAYS HISTORIAN Victory is the only end, and we must. support the efforts of our government until we succeed in making the world safe for democracy," stated Prof. Claude H. Van Tyne in a lecture on "The Causes of the War," at 7:30 o'clock last night in the auditorium of the University School of Music. "We must have ...…

February 27, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 102) • Page Image 1

…r -r,4 : t t t tat IA ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1918. TO SPEAK ;S OF WAR Explanation and close analysis of the causes leading up to and the is- sues arising from the war will con- stitte the subject matter of Prof. C. IH. Van.Tyne's lecture to be delivered at 7:30 o'clock this, evening in the School of Music auditorium. Y Professor Van Tyne's lecture is en- titled "Causes and Issues of the War," fnd will be open to the...…

February 27, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 102) • Page Image 2

…;- L: I TALK FOR OR SPEAK *1' part couri p t] r Tt d, To walk through the Arcade about h six, ve To be surrounded by scads of wriggly in boys, se To have newspapers thrust in the eyes, nose, ribs and ankles, d1- To be beseeched and fought over, s. To start searching for a nickel, it To draw forth the handkerchief, the he gloves, the bunch of keyes, as To extract the bank book, the pen, he the draft number, d. To have the mob doubt the re...…

February 27, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 102) • Page Image 3

…* * * The first tryout for the fresh-* r* men baseball team will take place* * s ome time after spring v~acation.* * A s yet no coach has been found * * to take the yearlings in charge, * * and Director Bartelme has made* * no definite arrangements regard-* * ing them. * * There will be no outside sched-* * ule played by the freshmen ac- * S* cording to Conference rules but* * the team will be organized to give * * the Varsity practice and to ...…

February 27, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 102) • Page Image 4

… N E w s 1 though Ann Arbor has sent more its quota to the front it has not given full credit for its volun- s and inducted men and there is a deferred quota. Next week the 1 draft board will send 13 of this a to Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. . Al- igh the draft board has not re- ed .any official inforiation they ct that the next draft 'will take e in May and expect to have re- ed credit for its volunteers by that or have all the deferred quota e u...…

February 27, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 102) • Page Image 5

…, ' .. TO REMAIN INDEfINITELY fi MILITARY NEWS iUi 1 HATS Here 'ION t & Co. MAIN STREET AT WASHINGTON THAT OLD SUIT looks like a hopeless case hanging in the closet. Well, don't worry, let us dry clean and press it for you-it Is good for lots of wear yet, and think of the saving. Bring it in or let us call today. ANN ARBOR STEAM DYE WORKS PRONE 628 FOR . EVERYTHING ELECTR ICAL 1N'c Job too :small er too Lare °i 1 WASHTENAW ELE...…

February 27, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 102) • Page Image 6

…l gs You should nd give us a >re the BIG VP. CITY PROSPERS BY NEW BUSINESS DAY Ann Arbor has benefited by the re- turn of Monday as a working day in more ways than one. A general esti- mation reveals that with the restora- tion of; Mondasy as a businesstday, that the city has increased its trade by approximately $10,00 a week. SStatistics tell us that a fair. com- parison between the income of some other city carries the same propor- ti...…

February 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 101) • Page Image 1

…r Ztr I!anf I~Iai1F ASSOCIAT PRESS DAY AND NIGHT SERTICE A04 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1918. PRICE THRE ..._ -.,_.- | RREST GERMAN HOARDING WOOL vew York, Feb. 25.-Alleged to be agent in the United States for Ger-' m interests which have been seek- to corner the world's wool market, gene Schwerdt a wealthy wool mer- nt of New Yorkand Boston,*was ested herebtoday as an enemy en and will be interned. chwerdt's alleged...…

February 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 101) • Page Image 2

…1-4 11 W1omen I ch aditional Shades of Austin, Galveston, Day- allies in Eu- ton, Johnstown, and Mt. Ararat-by- hardship on the-sea!' Bring on the mops. people. We noticing any The cub, who occasionally offers to there is a help support the entablature of Daily humor by carolling lilting lays to his be. btowill beBig Ben, would now have it known day in order that he has christened this favorite iproved. On domestic animal Ben Bolt, because...…

February 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 101) • Page Image 3

… iIILL I E DRILL TO MEN, Lbf PITCHERS NOT PERMITTED SPEED UP FOR WEEK OR TWO TO JOTH ING Coach Lundgren had the battery candidatesy arming up yesterday aft-. ernoon. Thus far the boys are only permitted to work out the kinks but after several more days of prac- tice when the cage is lowered the speed artists will be ready to deliver the fast ones. After this session the coach gave his men a short drill in stopping some hot grounders and b...…

February 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 101) • Page Image 4

…1f IILnUI I U UnIUL CRPLDSOLDIERS r. S w "RECONSTRUCTION HOSPITALS"I BUILT FOR WOUNDED FIGHTERS Chicago, Feb. 25.- Plans for the "reconstruction" of soldiers who may be maimed in European trenches are now so far advanced that already America is prepared to care for her crippled fighters as rapidly as they may arrive here, according to Major W. A. Shields, in charge of the medical supply depot supplying the central army division. At hospital...…

February 24, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 100) • Page Image 1

…Ian a 4 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1918. PROMISED OUR GRISIS onises Ann Arbor Mill- y to Distribute Sup. This Week ALLIA1NCE WORKED AGAINST 1WISON Toledo Lawyer Pictures Propaganda Operations of Gernan-Amneri- can Alliance 1. ig Con as his ?NEARLY 200 BARRELS WILL BILL WILL REVOKE of the BE AVAILABLE; MORE COMING CHARTER OF PARTY il be given at regular eek or 10 days, and, .nected, will refer to I subject. The object is...…

February 24, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 100) • Page Image 2

…~iii , by Lloyd as. TARDS" y Prof. E. State and Huron Streets 10:30-The Open Door in Religion., Address by Rev. R. S. Loring. 6:30-Psychological Tests as Applied; in the Army. Address by Prof. J. SECOND SEMESTER And STUDENTS For All De: MIS- F. Shepard before the Student ciety. The public is invited. So- ilITl TO SING ON STUDENTS TO HIS AFTERNOON TO [ON .L AIRS - wn to ARIN NNT for 'Croup ons for Con- of Asafoetida, Away. e Sore ...…

February 24, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 100) • Page Image 3

…'preme I SOPHOMORES WIN CLASS TRACK MEET Amherst Seniors have unanimously Williams college is now in the midst Rumor about ( voted to abandon the annual senior of an enforced vacation due to the exceptionally la hop this year, showing their willing- failure of the water supply, and to dents are to be d ness to have no unnecessary social make up this lost time, the usual as a result of functions. sLpring vacation will be omitted. I during the...…

February 24, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 100) • Page Image 4

… BEGINSi CAMPAIGN popularity by the way in wlich he "The Mimic World." The "Cleoi handles a difficult situation. picture will be shown at a later "Cleopatra," the Theda Bara pic- Harvard University will not p ture announced for March 4, 5, and 6, its senior annual, the Red Boo will not be shown on those dates but two years in accordance with cc will be replaced by the musical show, vation movements. HOUSES SUGGESTED S. C. HAMILTON, NITARIAN ...…

February 24, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 100) • Page Image 5

…1: lu 1 9ANN 1 COLLEGE S REPRESENTED ,BY MEN IN BIG POSITIONS STREET INGTON eless case hanging in 1, don't tworry, let us >ress it for you-it is wear yet, and think of Bring it in or let us call EA ~~"~~I Michigan's faculty are responding to the call for military service with the traditional Michigan enthusiasm. Professors and instructors from ev- ery department have volunteered their services, and many are now holding responsible mil...…

February 24, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 100) • Page Image 6

…1L lVdl Vl &S ~ RING COMES NATURAgL T AMERICANSTUDENTS gs FOREIGN BY n. You should v and give us a before the BIG. TEACHERS STARTLED APTITUDE THEY SHOW GOLM MALCOLM BLOCK I ] PINS IN COLORS One, Two or Three Stars. ing Silver and Solid Gold. Dallas, Tex., Feb. 23.-The Ameri- can youth has a natural aptitude for flying. It was revealed and is being developed in seven aviation training stations in Texas and, during the win- ter, fly...…

February 23, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 99) • Page Image 1

…WEATHER R AND COLDER TODAY Ap A.Ofltr4t an aitg ASSOCIATE PRESS DAY AND WIGHT V SERVICE III. No. 99. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1918. PRICE I - E THREE lION ANNOUNCES91 [TS G OMPLETE CASTI RA WILL BE PRESENTED IN ANN ARBOR MARCH 13, 14, 15, AND 16 BERT DIETERLE AND )NE WILBER TO STAR ber of Well Known Campus The- atrical Artists Will Appear in Production' ORDNANCE MEN GO TO AUGUSTA, GA, The men I nthe ordnance cla...…

February 23, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 99) • Page Image 2

…THE MiCHIQAN DAILY Su riuA, usively entitled fall news dis- herwise credit- he ,local news University of orning except year. Arn Arbor as ding. ial, 2414. ed Soo words s will be pub- cretion of the he Ann Arbor ox in the west y, where the o'clock each .. McDonald......Managing Editor Emery.........Business Manager rth Robinson..Acting Business.Mgr. tor ................C. S. Clark Jr. or ...... ......Herbert G. Wilson ditr ...James Schermerh...…

February 23, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 99) • Page Image 3

…1T.H MICHIGAN DAILY t I ing Showing - of - STEIN-BLOCH CLOTHING IMPERIAL HATS -and- NEW FURNISHINGS I Lindenschmitt, Apfel Co. """" HOOVER STEEL BALL COMPANY There has always been a strong demand for this security, but at present prices we find a ready market for it. We will be pleased to execute your buying or selling orders. FORSHEE Phone 808 & KUEHNLE 412 1st Nat'l Bank Bldg. -I{ TO HOLD VARSITY MEET TONIGHT LONG LIST OF...…

February 23, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 99) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SAT "1918" Models I v Evening Slippers g daily in unlimited of styles. They . Patent, Black or id, cloth of gold or daintily fashioned ng pointed tamps, arches and artistic covered heels. ailored or Colonial SAll sizes and triple A to D. 0 7F . 1>'' 7 / ; ; , - ; . : 4 . Over Boot Shop. R. J. Hoffstetter, Prop. 115 S. Main St. Men's Shop-Woodward at Grand River AN N OUNCING THE NEW 1918 SPRING STYLES IN MEN'S CUSTOM...…

February 22, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 98) • Page Image 1

…THER 'ARMER I r Birt ina ait ASSOCIATI PRESS DAY AIND NIGHT SE RVICE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1918. PRICE TH -,,--- I a fr 59 JUNIOR SURVIVE GIRLS TRYOUTS MITED WEEKS CLOSE to be Informed nn Arbor will of flour and hand is insuffi- 'iod. Two bak- been forced to are to follow f Manchester, lo-I a here, to shut rbor City Milling ed no'order to re-l lls have their ele- ur and feed, Ann of it. ers in the t no lo...…

February 22, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 98) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY __________ him far better able to judge of the situation than are we. But it is pos- sible that his condemnation is a litttle. iea sweeping. It is true that the develop- dis- ments of the past few days have been edit- ews entirely contradictory to our own opinion but the charge of radicalism r of seems hardly 'warranted. cept What The Daily did was to present r as two alternatives; with this the best informed can surely not...…

February 22, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 98) • Page Image 3

…I I ,1 .1 Few Men on Hand for Baseball Practice; More Players Needed ATES xpected in Short o be Lowered Shortly all pr 1 tom I Inath h was lucky to hold a few points in throughout the game. The In- . quintet had been rebuilt from rear before and was having its hard test of the season. Since time the Hoosiers have improved ly and the Wolverines will be gainst a tough proposition this ioon. iere several wee Wolverines led . has little h...…

February 22, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 98) • Page Image 4

…president of the national organization, graduated from one of the first hom- eopathic classes of the University, in 1878. A number of prominent physicians from South America, where homeo- pathy is making great gains, are ex-p pected to attend the convention. Y. IV. Gives "Bury-the-Hatchet" Party Twenty-five entering women stu- dents were guests at the Y. W. C. A. rooms in Barbour gymnasium yester- day afternoon, at a "Bury-the-Hat- chet" party...…

February 22, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 98) • Page Image 5

…)N HATS ng are Here INSPECTION - p tams & o MAIN STREET AT WASHINGTON THAT OLD SUIT looks like a hopeless case banging1 in. the closet. Well, don't worry, let us dry clean and press it for you-it is good for lots of wear yet, and think of the saving. Bring it in or let us call today. ANN ARBOR STEAM DYE WORKS PRONE 628 FOR EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL No Job too Small or too Large vi be IL Is service WASHTENAW ELECTRIC SHOP ".The Shop of ...…

February 22, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 98) • Page Image 6

….-CF 6 1 ;.: L tings You should and give us a ore the BIG LM MALCOLM BLOCK ILLINOIS GOVERNOR IN 1AYSS UNIVERSAL SERVICE IS NECESSARY FOR VICTORY IN WORLD STRUGGLE Chicago, Ill., Feb. 21. - Frank 0. Lowden, governor of Illinois, speaking here today at the convention of the National Security league, declared himself in favor of universal military service as the answer of America to the menace of the German war party. Prefacing his add...…

February 21, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 97) • Page Image 1

…rei~ x ASSOC PRl DAY AND N SERI ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1918. F . I CHOOLS AID WAR STAMP CAMPAIGN Eleven thousand, seven hundred rid fifty-eight dollars in War Savings rid- Thrift stamps have been pur- based by Washtenaw county people nce the beginning of the W. S. S. ampaign. Tuesday's sale totalled IAL COAL It is expected that this amount will RS IN be greatly augmented by the special campaign to be conducted by the ...…

February 21, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 97) • Page Image 2

…h strict, does not seem to desired result. Some of the corps .have a large hours to make up for ab- semester. They either ize how fast these hours they are under the false that make-up drill is an t. It is an easy matter to ith a hazy idea of making ime but the day of reckon- y to come when the luck- least expects it. g in for drill regularly he private wil aid in the and training of the organ- rell as save hiiself consid- and trouble in the f...…

February 21, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 97) • Page Image 3

…TTERI MENTOREPOR EIGHT PLAYERS ON HAND FOR WORK YESTER- DAY Varsity Off On Two Game Jaunt witceell's Men Play Indiana And 1 A Coach Lundgren .wants more men to It report for early baseball practice at f 1 o'clock this afternoon, so that he - will be able to start the hard drive y of training before the weather per- - mits out-door work. The battery can- t didates are scarce as but two new men reported this afternoon, Morrison and . Myraz...…

February 21, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 97) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY - What They Are and How .to Buy Them 1. T HERE are two kinds of War Saving Stamps-25c Thrift 10~mn Q cell fnr 4113 dinr Fknrv1919 an n Stamps and $5.00 Stamps. The Sne ,POU LCMLFiyIa~.ll JI~l %W TI J %AAIlig 1 ' .+L t.a(A }' I./LJ . j~iA A.i Vii cent additional each month The government will pay you I thereafter during 1918. That is, $4.14 in March, $4.15 in April, etc. .I $5.00 for each of these W. S....…

February 21, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 97) • Page Image 5

…;UTY MEMBERS I TO SECURITY CONGRESSI * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * AT TIHE THEATERS * "Mary's Ankle" at the Garrick. * Clothing DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS ADDRESS NATIONAL MEET- ING TO "A Daughter of the Sun," at the Whitney, Friday Feb. 22, Matinee. and night. l* ' TODAY . Apfel Co. i JOWE RS s and plants n of cut flower 1002 S. all UNIV. AVE. ociatirto PREFER I u Representatives of the University at the National Sec...…

February 21, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 97) • Page Image 6

… IOE JLAST Large Shipment Just Arrived All sizes and widths Regulation or Oil Tanage Price $7.00 Walk-Over BOOT SHOP 115 S. MAIN ST. ' i >ard at Grand River MILITARY NEWS- "A number of acting first sergeants have absented themselves from for- mations of their organizations with- out leave," states the second R. 0. T. C. order, which was issued from the executive office last night. "In',the future, all acting, as well as perma- nently appoi...…

February 20, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 96) • Page Image 1

…' THE WEATHER LOCAL SNOW FLURRIES SOMEWHAT COLDER ; %Ljoo i e ,qtr A6F dab-. - Aft-low n tt9 ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WIRE SERVICE VOL. XXVIII. No 96. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1918. PRICE THREE CENT PREMIER ADMITS Us S. MADE FIRST MOVE FOR UNITY LLOYD GEORGE SAYS PRESIDENT WANTED VIGOROUS ACTION NO SUPPORT, CAUSED ITALIAN SITUATION Officers Say If Allies Had Aided Cadorna, War Would Be At End Washington, Feb. 19....…

February 20, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 96) • Page Image 2

…THE. MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, THE MICHIGAN DAiLY WEDNESDAY, EMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS kssociated Press is exclusively entitlea utse for republication of all news dis- credited to it or not otherwise credit- this paper and also the local news d herein. il newspaper at the University of nx Published every morning except during the university year. ed at the postoffice of~ Ann Arbor as lass matter. A nnArbor Press Building. s: Business, 96o; Edi...…

February 20, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 96) • Page Image 3

…AN DAILY Cooper, infielder and outfielder last ID /year, is on hand ready to start work J and may break into the lineup at first base. Lundgren may decide to use [BING Tommy Adams, star initial sacker, somewhere else in the in- field, and will play him at short if Tommy can handle the position. Adams and Knode seem almost as- ~ad-sured of places, but there will be a n will battle royal on for the other two in- Campus Responds tTo Call Of T...…

February 20, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 96) • Page Image 4

…I ERS Garrick. n," at the* Matinee* Whitney * and Coum-* of Broad-* ,ockwell in* DMutt and* ickw(ell in 3nle Corn-* Choice Wits From College Lxclzangees The faculty of the University of Cal- ifornia has sent fewer students home for poor work this year than ever be- fore. Of these, three-fifths were men arid two-fifths women. The annual Junior dance of the Un- iversity of Purdue is to be informal this year. The University of Purdue has offer-...…

February 20, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 96) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY -- _ t _. MICHIGAN AMBLNCER'S CAR STALLS UNDER FIRE Suits and Overcoats- Odd Trousers and Bath Robes I CARL THORIMGTON, '17P, NARROW ESCAPE IN FRANCE 11A l 20%1 off p Wadhams & Co. STATE STREET ARCADE MAIN STREET AT WASHINGTON F.' THAT OLD SUIT. looks like a hopeless case hanging in the closet. Well, don't worry, let us dry clean and press it for you-it is good for lots of wear yet, and think of the saving....…

February 20, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 96) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, ....-_ Our Easter. Suitings U. Of M. WOMEN MAY00D SWAR, WORK IN FRANCE EASTERN COLLEGE ASK CO-OPERATION MICHIGAN ALUMNAE FROM WHAT'S GOING ON TODAY 9 o'clock-Fresh lit meeting in Uni- versity hall. 12:35 o'clock-Lenten services at 444 South State street. 3 o'clock:.Professor Hugo P. Thieme will given an illustrated lecture on "Millet" in Tappan hall. 5 o'clock-Italian club will meet at 103 University hall....…

February 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 95) • Page Image 1

… THE WEATHER ~L ~ f IigASCAE RISING TEMPERATURE p J DAY AND NIGHT WIRE; TODAYSERVICE VOL. XXVIII. No. 95. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1918. PRICE THREE CENTS HUN FRCES PUSH WAY INTO. RUSSIA1 a ti PASS DYINA RIVER CARRY OUT THREAT TO INVADE IF BOLSHEYIKI REFUSE TO MAKE PEACE BOLSHEVIKI CAPTURE KIEV, UKRAINE SEAT Germans Gain Few French Trenches, But Are Ejected with Loss of Prisoners (By Associated Press) Feb. 18.-With Russia ...…

February 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 95) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1918. tr~itn Batty -f MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS e Associated Press is exclusively entitled eo use for republication of all news dis- cs credited to it or not otherwise credit- this paper and also the local news hed herein. icial newspaper at the University of igan . Published every morning except lay during the university year. tered at the postoffice ,:.t Ann.Arbor as d-class matter. ces: Ann Arbor ...…

February 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 95) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE 'I d 1 I1 In the Army- they recognize the part that clothes play. MINNESOTA TROUNCES WOLEIE,48 TO 10 The recruit soon learns that to be a soldier he must look' a soldier-trim, smart, well set-up! MICHIxAN PLAYERS, MILE TAXI RIDE, ElD AFTER TEN SWAMP- In business Life- the same thing holds true. If you would attain success-you must loots successful. A Stein Bloch or a Michaels-Stern Suit is one of the be...…

February 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 95) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1918. United States ARMY SHOE Regulation MUNSON LAST BOYS, WORKING RESERTE" IMPORTANTWAR FACTOR t* * * * * * * * * * * * * *,* WHAT'S GOING ON GOVERNMENT MAY DRAFT UNDER 21 TO WORK ON FARMS ALL * * * * AT THE THEATERS "Mary's Ankle" at the Garrick.' "A Daughter of the Sun," at the Whitney, Friday Feb. 22, Matinee and night. "Camouflage" at the Whitney, Thursday, Feb. 21. TODAY * * * * *...…

February 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 94) • Page Image 1

…Lav Av A6F .4ij if ID all atg PREP DAF AND NIG SERVIC . ANN ARBOR, MICII GAN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1918. PRICE -.,---- . ; 1" 1 . Snall ss) or General ral William he British ancement is to indicate importance the war on 'liament behind him 'appled with the ituation and made he view which so at there should be Af the allied army. with the predicted ng from the meet- ae war council at >bertson would not con- General Wilson's place ...…

February 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 94) • Page Image 2

…_ ...._- The Bolsheviki are having their troubles. Germany says she is still fighting Russia. The Bolsheviki claim they are through. American's don't seem to know how the Bolshevik stand. We doubt if they do themn- selves. We understand that Coach Mitchell is aiming at a good basketball team pext year. We're not interested yet. What we want is one for the balance of this season. The row about letting women in the opera seems to have died a mo...…

February 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 94) • Page Image 3

…1 _ - ?ping in ng Hop-. "Oh, who's shot? Not really over! Well, I'm so glad that I've learned the game thoroughly. You're still cher- ishing my Dorine, aren't you, Percy? AY PLANS ESTLING MEET hiug to Enter Meet Must Up at Gymnasium March 4 Plans for the annual wrestling re- tourney are rapidly taking shape. All men who wish to enter any one of the four divisions are to sign up in the office of Doctor G. A. May in Waterman gymnasium March ...…

February 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 94) • Page Image 4

…is coun- can. He4 apers of f, MILITARY NEWS how is a clever one, well and the music is catchy, clev- original.' * AT THE MAJESTIC * The 1918 version of "The Sunny Side - * of Broadway," is an entirely new show * with the exception of the name, ac- * cording to the press agent. Some of " * the features of the production this * season are a scene in a moving picture s * studio, a rathskeller scene where Max A * does a drum specialty, a rag-t...…

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