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March 31, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 130) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER PROBABLY RAIN TODAY e BkA6 A6F 4L AbF att ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AN ) NIG,'i' WIRE SERVI(P VOL. XXVIII. No. 130. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 31, 1918. PRICE THREE CENTS __ ' FASHION DEGREES KHAKI AND BLUE PROPERAPPARELS EASTER SEASON IS ANNIVERSARY OF AMERICA'S ENTRANCE INTO CONFLICT YEAR HAS INFLUENCED CAMPUS LIFE GREATLY University Women Send Gift Flowers to Hospitals; Give Candy Eggs To Sick Children- It Is Influenza...…

March 31, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 130) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MARCH 31, 1 EMBER ASSOCIATE PRESS ssociated Press is exclusively entitled use for republication of all news dis- credited to it or not otherwise credit- his paper and also the local news dherein. al newspaper at the University of n. Published every morning except during the university year. d atrthe postoffice at Ann Arbor as :lass matter. s: Ann Arbor Press Building. s: Business, 960; Editorial, 2414. lunications...…

March 31, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 130) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA-019 THREE IRSITY AGAIN DEFEATS Three Fast Bouts FAREL PLAS M[IT _ _ kIEI I- , - _^ SCRUBS IN SLOW GAME REEGILARS DISPLAY LACK OF IPEP; GLENN PITCHES IN GOOD FORII[ The, baseball scrubs took their third beating of the week at the hands of the Varsity yesterday afternoon, when Glenn twirled the first team to a 3 to 1 victory. Scheidler worked on the mound for the second string men and outside of the first inning, when...…

March 31, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 130) • Page Image 4

…T1 ,E 1'fCHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MARCH 31, 1918. .. .... .. * * * * * * A * * AT T HE THEATERS ,ichard Bennett in a," at the Garrick. "The Very Julia Sanderson in "Rambler ose," at the Whitney, Friday, pril 5. * * * * * * * * * "' Chauncey a Time," at April 8. Olcott in "Once Upon the Whitney, Monday, TODAY Majestic'-"Cheating lic," the Pub- * Wuerth--Lina Cavalieri in "The Tempters." Also "Call to Arms." Orpheum-Triangle Play...…

March 31, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 130) • Page Image 5

…4 ix. -,l1.!L l IGA.N ..DAILY PAGE r TI IL MICHIGAN DAILY PAGEJ B ,A VACANT LOT OWNERS HOLDUP GARDENS PLAN I NOTICE ONLY 20 P1LOTSOQFiFERED1 FOR 17SE EN (AIIO1YING WAR I To Senior Lits Order your class cane at once I from I Wadharns & Co. State Street Store I I /,fif .1 -Ko K ANN ARBOR STEAM DYE WORKS Established 1887 FRENCH DRY CLEANING, PRESS- ING, AND STEAM CLEANING AT CITY PRICES. YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO I...…

March 31, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 130) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MARCH 31, 19 Relative Advance From 1914 to 1918 The average advance of woolen and worsted fabrics and Trimmings has been 17570 This information is authentic and based on present market costs. National Woolens and Trimmings Association. We have protected ourselves and trade by buying early. We now have on hand four hundred yards of blues and blacks, as well as many beautiful staple fancy suitings that were bought ...…

March 30, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 129) • Page Image 1

… F a4 L ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1918. F 1 lATE APPRO VS R EXTENSION tlion to Include Men Reaching Age of 21 Since June ., 1917 Passed IED THAT 700,000 MEN WILL BE ADDED THIS YE AR Chamber Rejects Proposal equire Training of Boys From 19 to 21. to ees shington, Marci-29.-The reso- n extending the selective draft to reaching the age of 21 years since 5, 1917, was passed tonight by senate without a record, after a attem...…

March 30, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 129) • Page Image 2

…The women at Michigan have found * a certain solution for the problem. They limit the amount of work which . a girl may do to a certain number of $d things, which they denote by honor i- points. s A revised form of this system - might well be tried Out for the men of The great objection raised to the old x plan was that so many of the men as who were busily engaged in campus activities never rose above the mass- - es after leaving college. The...…

March 30, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 129) • Page Image 3

…TI JE MICHIGAN DAILY T~lEMICHGAN AILYPA a x w 4. A. to Stop ring Athletics VARSITY TROUNCES SCRlUB NIN E, P-0O Representatives at Meeting in Arbor Abolish Baseball and Track Ann Regulars, Shuit with Ruzicka iPilcling, Out Second Team in Five Innings The Michigan Interscholastic Ath- ling will be letic association voted at a: recent at Water- meeting in Ann Arbor to abolish all atches will spring athletics 'to enable the boys in - the ...…

March 30, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 129) • Page Image 4

…ThXE -ICHIGAN DAILY . nlltttuittniitnitttiutttilenilltiilit11111||l1ittnitt 1|nt ln i u tlltt nl ttttltilillttnttttutrtllitttrtt111tlttttt1tm 1 i ister Sunay -I The Gift you are sure will please A BIG BOX OF- MICHIGAN CHOCOLATES FRESH PURE DELICIOUS me Attractive Easter Baskets MADE DAILY BY We Deliver 709 N. University Ave. Cn Illllilllii1li-Ili 1llt 1ililE 1t1lilllltttltilltl 1ltllllltltllttttlttlittittllttlitttttitttltttttttlltttlttltt...…

March 30, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 129) • Page Image 5

…nIP'. L I urniLfL rRbiI AT GREAT BRIT are yhting -y of qual- th, the of ex- t & CO. 1 DERS E R S 213 E. LIBERTY 5n PHONE 1101 K COMPULSORY AT PUBLIC SCHOOL TREATY SIGNED IN 1905 MADE PUBLIC BY LEON TROTZKY Petrograd, March 29.-Leon Trotzky has just made public the text of a secret treaty signed, in 1905, by the German emperor, William. and Czar Nicholas, of Russia. The kaiser's pur- pose, it is alleged, was to bring about an allia...…

March 30, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 129) • Page Image 6

….1 fMHM QUIEI WDMME AND DISE rI N CORPA' $EE- .,;Marl ,29,-Great re; being made un Ger- the r aiticipated crisis th'e alw~hen the United Y'3 toput forth its real iat, branch of the war. ri t in, this direction. aniing1 to forestall the rved here indicate that are undergoing instruc- rman aviation centers uction of airplanes is a pace hitherto un- student aviators have rom the infantry and passei i ery into 1 From til a few ors were t...…

March 29, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 128) • Page Image 1

… irn' 11 IDAY JN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1918. Jtfareh Says Drive Not Alarming HAIG REPORTS TE AFTER ALL DAY AND SOUTH BA! Washington~, March 2.-In a statement tonight Major General March, acting chief of staff, assured the American people there is no cause for alarm in the advances made by the Germans in the great battle now raging in Picardy, and expressed complete confidence in the triumph of the Allied arms. "Whatever may ...…

March 29, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 128) • Page Image 2

…guished events or tne past year lead us to be- o read lieve it won't be in this war. 'er the t many More, horrors of the campus are under- soon to come. The seniors expect 3 about their canes shortly.-1 or the 'ogram. Student enlistments are expected to vry side boom again right after the mid-sem- the pa- esters. erson may oft- or pool room that put aesar, an $r scale. merica to wake up and i coming from the Al- during th$ past week. ated p...…

March 29, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 128) • Page Image 3

…11 Today I' eat Expense and Lack of Facilities for Taking Care of Visitors Given as Reason ichiganN will not hold the annual erscholasticbasketball tournament, track meet this year, because of amount of expense necessary in ting the officials for the events and keeping the young athletes in Ann bor. ,ast year the cost of the basketball rinament was $700 while the ck meet of 1916 put the Athletic as- lation to an expense of $600. This r an ad...…

March 29, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 128) • Page Image 4

…"_I DREIGN STUDENTS WILL VISIT MICHIGAN CITIES WHITNEY THEATRE FRIDAY, APRIL 5th /-- I^ p. and Of rhcollegiansnwho are the navy and Uncle ed sea fighters-men aintain their vigor, d "headiness"---are he strictest sense, but a thorough- an's drink-gives you the full flavor esome grains and the nip and fra- )f genuine Bohemian Saazer Hops, -o by itself-see how good it makes o eat taste. at the best places everywhere. s supplied by grocers. ...…

March 29, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 128) • Page Image 5

…..A -Order your t once' I. &Co. Store ANN ARBOR STEAM DYE WORKS Established 1887 , FRENCH DRY CLEANING, PRESS- ING, AND STEAM CLEANING AT CITY PRICES. YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO INSPECT OUR WORK. t; i.a FOR EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL No Job too Small or too Large WASHTENAW ELECTRIC SHOP "The Shop of Quality" " If it's not right we make it right - PHONE 273 - It 200 E. Washington Ann Arbor 117 Ptarl Ypsilanti tulLIblLIl 11111 4.1111'...…

March 29, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 128) • Page Image 6

…YSTERIOU; T' T (Continued from Page One) testing armies, two new developments stand out. The first is that the French, over a front of six miles, have driven into the German lines along the southern side of the salient es- 'tablished by the Teutonic drive. The other is, that the Germans have be- gun new operations to the east of 'Ar- ras. This may be a start to widen the !area of battle to the northward. Await Counter Attack At the present ...…

March 28, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 127) • Page Image 1

…w 3anlYt I DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE V ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1918. PRICE THE I ER 11 1 U WAR rat, Accuses Polities Press) 27.-The big- each between demo- licans in the Senate egan developed today ,te which followed a or Jones, republican, ,ttacking the shipping :izing President Wil- ward congress. mns, democrat, of Mis- . the republicans of in behalf of Repre- >t, candidate for the consin. This aroused and leade...…

March 28, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 127) • Page Image 2

… .... yip .-- mn- The kaiser shook hands with hun- dreds of his soldiers on the battle- se field the other day, according to asso- Ite ciated press report. The methods ofk es Senator Sorghum are not peculiar to to a democracy. his - 11 rt :1 Hid 'there lWas- My little brother's getting grown. How do you suppose I know? Not because he goes out alone Nor because he's growing so. Not because he's begun to shave And looks at girls attachedly, ...…

March 28, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 127) • Page Image 3

…1z& FIRST A ND YES. , Flowers 0 LO erday aftE swat by ison and scrubs slipped n the Varsity in game on Fer- 'noon. Ruzicka which rarrett, combin- ase running by abs three runs abling them to ilty which scor- Q ' \ for rr°' of, Varsity Score Twice = back's safe blow followed by han's sacrifice, and error on , a stolen base, another wild and Glenn's single scored Gene- id Schermerhorn with the Var- ole markers, Schermerhorn got m Rei...…

March 28, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 127) • Page Image 4

…IT 11 'II n eggs freshly made by "WIN THE. WAR" -INKS LAW SCHOOL RAISES STANDING TO 80 PER CENT; HOMOEOPSs LEAD COLLEGES made the famous. Five cents each. I Michigan Chocolates in Yellow Alpha Chi Omega sorority has report- ed that 100 per cent of its members have signed the food con- servation cards in the campaign being ffield 's I versity Ave. waged by the University health ser- vice. This is the eighth sorority to have a perfe...…

March 28, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 127) • Page Image 5

…"U "IW"""" "1U ULU MEETS IN CORENTION IILITARY NEWS IF un.. Early Spring Showing PROMINENT PROFESSORS ADDRESS 12 SECTIONS1 ASSEMBLY WILL1 OF e destiny of nd the gual- )f youth, the ment of ex- Svatue-best .FEL &_CO. ;t5! PHONE 1101 Flowers Completing a week of local meet- ings of educators in various parts of the state and series of lectures by Un- iversity professors and outside men of repute, the ,Michigan Schoolmasters' club wi...…

March 28, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 127) • Page Image 6

…HURL N TROOPS Buy Your EASTER HOSIERY Friday and Saturday. MILLEN'S BUSY STORE Women are Eage EASTER GL Silk and Kid, in ti Shop. >f Michigan smart models in ,_, * one of them. inspection. Fashions (Continued from Page One) south of the Somme, and also have driven back across the Ancre river, the Germans who forded the stream Wednesday. The fighting still contin- ues to be sanguinary on all these sec- tors, but everywhere the Briti...…

March 27, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 126) • Page Image 1

… MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 1918, *~ GERMANS REPORT CAP' ROYEl AND NOYON;LA9 IWEST Of DO LINE LONDON STATES A DER. WITH WEAR LAON GETA IN "PHORMIO"; BELIEVED GREAT ALLIED COUNa WILL START SOON; PLAT Observers Say German Losses Number 10 to In Offensive Officially Reported 70 Te In Great Push Against London, March 26.-The battle continues the Somme river, Field Marshall Haig report tonight. The Germans have also launched it Berlin, vi...…

March 27, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 126) • Page Image 2

…YEARS Daily: ns .have ssues of been The tave ar- conclu-{ ed by before the trip, for which we can all be truly thankful for the sake of [ future opera trips. A SENIOR ENGINEER. There will be a rehearsal of the Amazons, Act 1, from 4 to 6 o'clock in Sarah Caswell Angell hall. At 4: o'clock the following will please re- port: Castlejordan, Youatt, Minchin; at 4:30, Billy and Tommy; at 5 o'clock, Shuter, DeGrival, Tween- voyes, Litterly, and...…

March 27, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 126) • Page Image 3

…F' Will Compete in Drake +r . mni t Bte lt e n Tnjhat Get Date With the closing of the indoor sea- son last Saturday at Evanston, the Wolverine track athletes will be with. out competition uiitil April 20 when RE the Drake relays, the first outdoor contests, take place at Des Moines. 1111 Iowa. Coach Farrell has been letting his men off with light practice sessions - this week, but when the squad goes down to Ferry field next Monday, he 918...…

March 27, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 126) • Page Image 4

…)w 100% ast Iswer lied Candy Shop Arcade LACK OF WORK NOT FELT IN ANN ARBOR Work for men in Ann Arbor is more uron again plentiful this year than it has been for some time. There are many jobs arance, for which cannot be filled both in the city isiasts are and in the country. warm day There are no men in the city apply-. canoes for ing for positions, according to Chief of Police Thomas O'Brien, and there are many more vacancies than ther...…

March 27, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 126) • Page Image 5

…farm S " e Steere t into the IDUL IU ULg1 ED APlRIL 1 I Ut PRESS- [NG AT INVITED TO WORK. ;AL too Large ke it right 17 Parl Ypsilanti _+ Statement Regarding Water Situatioi is Given Out By Local Officials BELIEVE STEEE FARM SUPPLY IS ADEQUATE FOR ANN ARBOR Many Prominent Sanitary Engineers Commend Project; Should Be Started at Once Whether Steere farm water will be pumped into Ann Arbor for city use, will be decided by voters on ...…

March 27, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 126) • Page Image 6

…pit of this salient ruesday. The Brit- d firm to the north he Germans to turn the point of least SI Huns Slacken Pace With the slackening of the German pace, there come indications that the Allies are ready to strike back some- where along the front. Just where this blow will be launched will not be known until it is struck, but it is ex- pected that its impact will be terrific. It is known that the Allied war coun- cil at Versailles created...…

March 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 125) • Page Image 1

…t A& 4MUI~ at Ai6O A , AY ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 1918. PRI of TURNED . SOLDIERS ;he second campaign idiers which closed of 400 volumes have the University 11- of the "Engineering ending from June to vas brought in this s are represented to than has been the ay engineering text- ibuted, though most I campaign is ibrary will be onal contribu- y for camp li- volumes are ecent bulletins ary service of y association. ted...…

March 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 125) • Page Image 2

… I A -VACATION I Gymnasium t war. Many s life during was patriotic ake the flag ng comrade, DANCE SHIRT SHOES Consisting of PANTS SUPPORTER IAT ARMORY FRIDAY, MARCH 29,1918 Special Price of $2. -~AT-~ service i stars, serves heaped house Music by "Ikt" Fisher's Ba.orine-Saxophone Sextet Wa hr's University B MAIN STREET STATE rman shells that go 74 al torpedoes, that would Eindenburg will get to t Monday. He'll ride s composing ...…

March 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 125) • Page Image 3

… 9 D SUITS Jb. EASTER r 'I I Our showing of Spring suits of- fers a choice of style ideas, fab- rics and patterns. almost without end -a mighty good example of A lien's service defined in The eiuwe Kuppenheimer Clothes Exclusive and distinctive expressions of the' advance t) fashion, clever military models for young men, substantia for men of big calibre, other syles in between. Values that s strongest when compared. I $25, $3. $35...…

March 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 125) • Page Image 4

…solution in Germany, the nrst doc- nent demanding, a Republican form government for a united German ate, the New York Times published i article in Sunday's edition by Prof. arren W. Florer, of the German de- i irtment, on "German Freedom Docu- ents of 70 Years Ago." Bring Documents to This Country Much. of the material from which e article is , derived comes from rofessor Florer's Book, "Liberty ritings of Dr. Herman Kiefer." TheF ticle is sup...…

March 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 125) • Page Image 5

… ce are UNION BECOMES YlAL PAR T OF UNIVERSITY $1,000,000 CAMP iGN ASSURES EX. ISTENCE OF PROPOSED CLUBHOUSE From a thing which, in 1903, was only an idea, a somewhat vague con- MILITARY NEWS Non-commissioned officers in the second battalion of the Second regi- ment will report this afternoon for preliminary gallery range training at Waterman gymnasium, according to a statement issued by Lieut. Losey . J. Williams last night. fighting 'a ...…

March 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 125) • Page Image 6

…! Il WHAT'S GOING ON TODAY is it I Iw 1 lw 51 BY NUNS ON Pi II t Shop. (Continued from Page One) j that the original French lines now virtually outflanked the advancing Germans along the Oise river. The fall of Bapaume in the early hours of Monday was a blow to the British, but it was the result of a de- termination to fall back slowly all along the line that is being attacked. Berlin Claims 45,000 Prisoners Where the German wedge is st...…

March 24, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 124) • Page Image 1

…t ft; z A "-I itr A6F r DAY AND NIGH SERVILE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 24, 1918. PRICE TI Y SHELLS FRENCH CAPITAL OM DISTANCE OF 74 12 I TAKE GHAMPlINSHIP W"5TLRN MEET TOPPING' INSECOND PLACE, -42L-22i WITH 16 POINTS, ILLINOIS FOURTH WITH 'T[ WITH 7, NORTHWESTERN SIXTH NDIANA SEVENTH WITH 4 ZES RETURN TO BIG TEN [G IN 9 OF 10 EVENTS ENTERED tying Conference Records in 50 Yard .Dash and es, Also Beating Best Co...…

March 24, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 124) • Page Image 2

… HOLY WEEK' Gymnasium -Team-work and Immortality. dress by Rev. R. S. Loring., -The Irreligion in Religion. Ad- ass by Prof. Leroy Waterman, be- e the Student Society. The pub- is invited. UNIVERSITY LENTEN LECTURES Conducted this week by REV. CYRIL HARRIS SHIRT SHOES Consisting of PANTS SUPPORTER TIONAL CHURCH 10:30 A. M. LLOYD C. DOUGLAS I BIBLE CHAIRHOUSE 444 So. State Street 12:40 to Io'clock We invite all Michigan men and women ...…

March 24, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 124) • Page Image 3

…e over the annals of etic career fills one we read over the un- ngs our husky grid- and out back in the '02, then turn to the es George Sisler and wont' to reap at the r opponents, we sit chair, and say, "Well,1 had some wonderful I as any of them." we understand why ad them instead of her schools? Naw- e freshmen then - tood-just happened. dn't understand. e-ve been hanging aple of years, attend- ally - when there's 'ver at the gym or field, ...…

March 24, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 124) • Page Image 4

…11 MER 11I Vul ters was hing that STUDENTS WANTED FOR SERVICE' all day IN AGRICULTURE AND -,lAr ,nrSHIPBUILDING * ace for itself on the campus. * * * * * * * * * * * * AT THE THEATERS Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Drew in *+ "Keep Her Smiling," at the Gar- * * * * e completely hidden by n's and children's gar- y sort. The space under was also filled, and a tained in one corner last the workers had been rick. Students of the University who wis...…

March 24, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 124) • Page Image 5

…t ILI Caps _' 4-fings C r _. _'O . MAIN STREET WASHINGTON rRF .DE ........... I Ii lC GULKMENTUHIBINATES TWO NEW DECORATIONS BADGES GRADE LOWER THAN CON4,RESSIONAL MEDAL OF HONOR ,ashington, March 23-Pressure of public sentiment is believed to have had much to do with the decision of the war department, to supplement the congressional medal of honor with two new decorations for those dis- tinguishing themselves in the war The new de...…

March 24, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 124) • Page Image 6

…I bLL5 Ut MAO JuunnUI ln S FUTURE EVIL WHAT'S GOING ONj TODAY GERMANS SHELL PARIS 1 2 MILES OI5TANT Individualit fabrics and Trimmings en )d based on present market costs. ns and Trimmings Association. id trade by buying early. We now f blues and blacks, as well as many twere bought before the heavy ad- SCome in and look them over. z of cash. VIXLCOLM ET; MALCOLM BLOCK U cy" or are you next is "2" served ,per Modeled on simplic...…

March 23, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 123) • Page Image 1

…TEUTONS MA F HUNS CUT POPULAR APP CHRMA O Is ST WITH WIS- TWO MAIN CONSIN CLASSICAL DRAMA HAS, OF MOVENENT AND DIALOGUE RAPIDITYJ CRISP i affirmative team won sin by an unanimous de- ening in Hill auditorium annual mid-west debate. eginning the debate sim- ;o two main issues. The ether or not the parlia- i of government is more the present state gov- ch the affirmative wished the former system. The was whether the English he officials m...…

March 23, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 123) • Page Image 2

…res or 1 Phone Investment Securities Bldg MAIN X0.Im n THE The last ortunity to register at asium will be given dIock this morning. The e in- worn arry, ignia rIST.. -BRAGG tos Situa. kFive An exhibition of war food and bak- ed articles will be held at Barbour gymnasium from 10 to 5 o'clock to- day. The third meeting of the food con- ference will be held at 10 o'clock this morning. Miss Blackman and Dean Arnold will speak on the re...…

March 23, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 123) • Page Image 3

…...... ek, I IN .l111 for Me piate on tne varsity. The rest of the squad spent the aft- ernoon in batting and fielding fly and ground balls. Mitchell knocked high ones to the outfield candidates for half an hour, while every man on the list had a chance with the bat while the rest of the team chased the batted balls. Most of the aspirants showed familiarity with the ash and were slugging the ball to all corners of the lot. The pitchers too...…

March 23, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 123) • Page Image 4

…I MILITARY NEWS -1. ., lUll i IIUIIIUIlnL IN. EXILE AWAIT PEACE ,Mar,,31 :., } s ild be more appropriate as an i a box of Yellow and Blue Mich- 1 The military authorities requested the cadets yesterday afternoon to at- tend the lecture to be given by Mr. Albert Depew at 8 o'clock tonight in Hill auditorium. Four men owning motorcycles are wanted in the Headquarters com- ,pay-, according to a statement issued Slast night by the mili...…

March 23, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 123) • Page Image 5

…Also just +b J SAY I Active ing Sugar, "Dynamiter" Is Only a Volunteer Cone and see our e part in ecording cal food a meet- Ig house ts were longer cups cup of c one and four ee, it > are L slight relief ithin the last local dealers. the students' amount for- so to the fact in larger It has also] citizens have ies, and as a een lessened. tration, how- ' one continue Lancaster, Pa., March 22.-Sergeant (audlee, of the leoal United ...…

March 23, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 123) • Page Image 6

…J. ineer- ersity For E YOU will find the manded in custor aua ?StI to1 de ready-to-put-on gar you will make is consider Coupled with this is t isfaction and full value in fabric. I ring department, everal other stu- >on, but that the could not be es- J. AT'S GOING ON TODAY 'clock-Lenten services a. lit mixer in Bar- per room Bible .th State street. class club Congrega- church. clock-"Gunner" Depew speaks Methodist ch ck-Mixer ...…

March 22, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 122) • Page Image 1

…#an, DAY AN ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1918. PRI Drive On W estern Junior Girls Will Give Play Tuesday, cil of at th R. F. MATTHwv, o, KRULIT, '18, AND A. . SITY DEBATERS WHO MIEET THE UNIVERSITY HILL AUDITORIUM THIS EVENING. ADAMS, '18, VAR- OF WISCONSIN IN TEAM MEETS 'N IN DEBATE FORT tRATIONS MADE L MID-WEST CON- TEST the the Wisconsin n all prepara- id-west debate k this .evening PUBLIC SCHOOLS SIYE LIBEHRLY TO B...…

March 22, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 122) • Page Image 2

…'I Chermans friend calls the lee- s in Hill auditorium "make-up " Referred to the Military News- it was explained that 90 per of the carets use these periods to up sleep. ea-"Popeorn, 6c per Sack" member the good old days when ne slapped on the counter brought a- can of "doesn't bite the ue," and the man didn't moan that shey's is going up to seven cents -the Allies use tons of it?" turns to in the spring, but a sub-con- scious sense of humo...…

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