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April 30, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 147) • Page Image 1

…i Y I iN ki LIBE] 1 BOND s BABLY RAIN; TODAY I r Sirr j1Iaitll a ASSOCIATEI PRESS DAY AND NIGHT W SERVICE 0 No. 147. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 1918. PRICE THREE C 1ATE IN FAVOR OERMAN AC T IE[IS 1 TO 13 DMENTS RESTRICTIM POW- R OF PRESIDENT ALL RE- JECTED LY CONSIDERATION PLANNED IN HOUSE Class Committees Named By Women Junior, sophomore, and freshman TREASURY REPORTS 76 PER CENT OF 3RD LOAN QUOTA SUBSCRIBED Wa...…

April 30, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 147) • Page Image 2

…ACQUIRE SELF ASSURANCE What does one gain at college? The PRESS question is frequently asked, and the answers are varied because of the sively entitled many advantages resulting from a col- all news dis- herwise credit- lege course. Aside from the profes- e local news sional training received, one benefit looms large-the acquisition of self- University of assurance. By self-assurance we do corning except ear. as not mean the obnoxious egotism ...…

April 30, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 147) • Page Image 3

…l hi ! Yanks Lose to Red Sox The New York Yanks have had a FISTOAME T THEPAST I WEEK New York and Boston held theirt ET FIELD leads, obtained during the first week S IN of the present big league baseball CE ~ season, throughout the second week in the National and American cir- utu eycuits.r school ball i. game be- New York, however, went down to e scrubs iits first defeat after it had won nineI final score consecutive games. Coombs, Giant ...…

April 30, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 147) • Page Image 4

…SING ecutives- of an advanced nature. While the anch man- actuarial and mathematical phases of 1 superin- insurance are primarily emphasized, nployment the training thus secured frequently in charge leads to secretarial, managerial and iese posts executive posts. There is a large de- particular- mand for students, both men and wo- important men, adequately trained in the field I the stu- of actuarial mathematics, and there has been are unusua...…

April 30, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 147) • Page Image 5

…,11 UL & 'IA-' GH morale and neat appearance are nseperable - in business and profess onal life as well as in the fighting orce. You men who control the destiny- of ndustrial America will find the qaal- ties you need-the snap of youth, the ignity of age, the refinement of ex- >erience and the acme of value-best :xpressed in mart othes WAR STIMULATES U. S. MANUFACTURE OF DRUGS PROF. H. KRAEMER SAYS COUNTRY HAS ABUNDANT SUPPLY OF DIGITALIS ...…

April 30, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 147) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY --- Walk-Over g Pumps and Oxfords (WOMEN vonderful assort- styles and- pat- ap shown in the one of our many :ine styles and car- e popular military :ng thin vamp and narrow silk bow, e a smart tailored effect. Unusual value at $5.50. -Over Boot Shop. R. J. Hoffstetter, Prop. 115 S. Main St. S - tudents of the University of Michigan ld inspect our new line of very smart models in Young Men's Top-coats Young Men's Ga...…

April 28, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 146) • Page Image 1

…LAP IOD Ak ITo~ aJ Up ,InI Arms. 11-" GERMAN ,lxl "iesterdayr's subscriptions fr "te Iiberty ,Loan on, the campus wereth lowest sine ta6 , pening otate cam-[iiiiN ." [g ." n ,,i , t as d r t e ' T " " ispatch fromi Copxenhagen to the exgjiange students, no reports conming from the Y R1 ited .there that a ounter ,reolution has fauly alsmn The studentttl s now 31i,00, , ' ' It reprorts┬░"that "wile no telegrams "have l 1-mking 'ther quota short o...…

April 28, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 146) • Page Image 2

…aches on AAPHOBIA" 10:30 A. M. Morning Worship 6:30 P. M. George P. McMahc 'I Series of Sermons by John Mason Wells Handbook of Birds of Eastern N. A., Handbook of Birds of Western U. S.. The Bird-Study Book-Pearson .... Birds I Have Known-Beavan ..... Birds that Hunt and are Hunted-Bl Bird Neighbors-Blanchan ........ Wild Bird Guests-Baynes ......... Nests and Eggs of N. A., by Davie .. Land Birds East of the Rockies-Re Water and Game Bi...…

April 28, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 146) • Page Image 3

…McArt, cf ......4 1-Iamley, 2b ....3 McCune, c . . . .2 Eger, lb.......2 Barnes, If .....2 Yesberger, 3b ..3 Iorwitz, rf . ...3 Olson, p .......1 Vanderhool', p ..2 U 1 2 0 15C0 00 4 0 1 0 3 1 0a0 6 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 2 -0 o n 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0. 0 0 0 IEW STAR UNOVRE IN PENTATHION EVENT I tM-VEIItSiT i hI Th'ijrd Agi n WINS (CAMPION- SHIP TS . 26 2 2 24 4 4 Inning: Michigan Case 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 6 0 3 0 2 1 0 0* 020000000 R 1...…

April 28, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 146) • Page Image 4

… Faculty Has Oversubscribed It's -It Is Up to US to Do the Same are "over there" fighting to make this ife place in which to live. They are o save our wives and daughters from the women and children of Belgium. An autocracy which for over forty years fiend- ishly planned and prepared for this te'rrible war, and deliberately timed and started it for no other purpose than to impose its iron heel on the neck *,of prostrate peoples and pro...…

April 28, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 146) • Page Image 5

…9I UDI iiuII - rl SUPPLY INEVITABLE PEOPLE MUIIST f'IVE TfIS GIREATER STJ)ERATIO N STREI ied 1887 LEANING, PRESS- ' CLEANING AT INVITED TO WORK.. J. too Largo right in 117 Prl Ypsilanti1 hop Suey .erican Dishes G LOO Prop. Phone 1244-M "If some 20,000 odd people of Ann Arbor will save each five pounds of wheat flour, a total of 100,000 pounds, in addition to the saving prescribed by the government, that will go a long way to brid...…

April 28, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 146) • Page Image 6

…Ferry field: - Company A, fence y B, soft ball; com- throwing; company d 50-yard dash. of the above com- e during the athletic join in the setting he close of the per- e to bring their own -:f The I fielding gloves to practice and will be supplied with bats and balls by Dr. May. The diamonds are being prepar- ed for use with hard baseballs and will be ready for play tomorrow aft- ernoon. There is a lack of chest protectors and catchers'- m...…

April 27, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 145) • Page Image 1

…HELPS THE KAISER!. LOAN YOUR MONEY Ar 4hp r 411 t r ta n ARPOOPF FL 1 A 1 d J~J .T: np g. :S" ty d f_ yam.. ' n. } k,5 } r . : f i - L. XXVIII. No. 145. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1918. PRICE THREE CENTS NMT KEMEL K CAPTURED BY I f ': i. FavF M * Registration of women in Ann *Arbor will begin today, and contin-' * ue throughout next week. Regis-' * istration booths will be open from * 9 o'clock in the morning until 5 * o'...…

April 27, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 145) • Page Image 2

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1918. MEMBER ASSOCI'ATE) 1I: The Associated Press is exclusiv to the use for republication ofsal patches credited to it or not other ed in this paper and also the1 published herein.., Official newspaper at the Un Michigan. Published every morn Monday during the university year 1Entered at the postofficeat An second-class matter. Offices: Ann Arbor Press Buildi Phones: Business, 96o; Editoria Communica...…

April 27, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 145) • Page Image 3

…APRIL 27, 1918. THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE :.,. _, y CASE1 AND VASITY CLASH0BTS TODA Adams V'Vill Start at First, with Gar rett at Second, Knode Short, and Mraz Third RUIZICKA, SAUNDERS, PARSONS, OR SHEIDLER TO START IN BOX Entire Squad Displays More Pep Than Usual in Spite of Inclement Weather Yesterday * ase wil go up against the pep- piest team Coach Lundgren has yet sent into the fray, if the Varsity dis- play the sam energy and life th...…

April 27, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 145) • Page Image 4

…ThE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1918. 5 ' Long Before We Can. Our Honor Flag? A It is up to YOU! Let us be one of the first! The United States Government will award a Liberty Loan Honor Flag to Michigan just as soon as we have subscribed our quota of LIBER- TY BONDS. Let us all pull together for the honor and credit of Michigan so that we will have the right to fly this flag just as soon as possible. There is only on...…

April 27, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 145) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ___ i I HIGH morale and neat appearance are inseperable - in business and profess- ional life as well as in the fighting force. You men who control the destiny of industrial America will find the qual- ies you need-the snap of youth, the dignity of age, the refinement of ex- perience and the acme of value-best expressed in Smart othes INIJENSCIIMITT APFL&O JATURDiAY I J ATLESS ~ j~i Z XQM '?A!(T T roan- s ADMINISTRATI...…

April 27, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 145) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1918. _, Walk-Over ;ring Pumps and Oxfords FOR WOMEN A wonderful assort- it of styles and pat- Pump shown in the Ut is one of our many listinctive styles and car- ies the popular military eel, long thin vamp and mall narrow silk bow, aaking a smart tailored effect. Unusual value at $5.50. WHAT'S. GOING ON TODAY 2:30 o'clock- Michigan-Case base- ball game on Ferry field. 6 o'clock-Craftman club me...…

April 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 144) • Page Image 1

… I- :IGAN, FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1918. Assemble on Campus rs will assemble on the campus n caps and gowns shortly be- o'clock. The senior lits and s will form on the walk run- om University hall to the Mu- The engineers and architects e up on the walk running from ity hall to the Angell resi- Graduate students will meet walk running from University hall to the flag pole. The medi s, laws, and pharmics will form in the above order on the walk r...…

April 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 144) • Page Image 2

…when they come or show a. dispos- U M A A A tion to remain single." --- At this hour the Americans a're A furnisher advertises "shirts with the center of attraction for the young . . tub ikbs sha gstpsto women of the other side of the water.,,s and the New York Herald in com- I match the body." Zebras are a rath- menting on the situation says: "Our er small portion of the world's in- soldiers no doubt have smiles for habitants; still, there's ...…

April 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 144) • Page Image 3

…TCO OPERA PLAYERS ; board also voted to have the annual; -- - --opera next year. Further details as expressing the thanks ito the policy, nature, and time of the n Union to the women!I opera were left to, a committee. -ssisted in the produc-1 The board passed a resolution Go! " were passed by1 authorizing the president to instit te' tirectors of the Union,' an investigation as to the advisibility of giving next year, under the aus- pices of t...…

April 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 144) • Page Image 4

… A THE WAR IS OVER i American soldier who comes back from And the American who offered ALL he possibly / France, having offered his ALL on the field of could to the Government for Liberty Bonds battle to save America. vhil the war lasted. How are you going to feel when you meet these soldiers returning from the battle fields, where N they have faced death for your sake? N_ Some of them will not be able to stand erect. ...…

April 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 144) • Page Image 5

…- GARBER~ TS REPORTS' 'OBJMEDB 1L Y e University is of rifles andj 1. LI I I w w .. by k lack ," stated Major Max B. Gar- e United States infantry, in of his informal inspection Q T. C. on April 2. "I re- nat 1,500 outfits be supplied y" ~ spirit is developed and nur- high degree, military duty .ed with much zeal, and the given according to the re- s of the war department, ber reported. Drill Fair ion consisted of close and rder," sta...…

April 25, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 143) • Page Image 1

…DM WILHELM! LET'S STEER C 'fi IER I p.4 oti~t an Iailll ASSOCIATI PRESS DAY AND NIGHT SER VTCE o. 143. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1918. PRICE THRE TSBL 31IN GAS IS END OF CAMPAIGN ONLY AWAY, SA.LES ECCREASE LL NEEDED MPLETE QUOTA nn Leads; Women 850; Mortarboard ells $3,700 Sub- PROF. H. R. CROSS ENTERS SERVICE Prof. Herbert R. Cross, of the fine arts department, has been accepted by the American Red Cross for...…

April 25, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 143) • Page Image 2

…during the next six months. Sub- scribe at least that much. Then hustle all you know to pay it up. Really, there is no question here of d keeping out of debt, for you are al- t. ready in debt to the full amount of the rs Loan. Your concern - the United States-has obligated itself to spend. f the money. The debt is incurred now. The more completely it is taken upon a the individual shoulders of the rank and file of the people the better the - c...…

April 25, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 143) • Page Image 3

…Vil Lllp y ar: be utilized this contest. TERDAY'S GAMES S WERE PICKED AT BY MITCHELL FOR e his freshman first scrimmagej i Ferry field. were picked at an mentor, who h other for five f the sort prac- n favor of what American League Detroit, 5; Cleveland, 2. Philadelphia, 3; Boston, 0. New York, 5; Washington, 4. Chicago-St. Louis game postponed, rain. National League New York, 6; Brooklyn, 2. Philadelphia, 4; Boston, 1. Tennis will be a ...…

April 25, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 143) • Page Image 4

…i1"I'liwl 0 aI I; 9 Buy Liberty Bonds! The and. Allies Pust- the Allies Can ITHERE is no longer any doubt that the allied army and navy must win this war. There is no doubt that America can help war if a united country strikes with - might of its wonderful resources and ficent manhood. win the all the magni- There is no doubt that weakness, disunion, inde- cision and delay will spell disaster. There is no doubt that such a disaster...…

April 25, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 143) • Page Image 5

… Id YhLN LILRIIIfI IRLS BY CAMPUS PROFESSORS. ieat appearance are .siness and profess- as in the fighting PROF. FRED N. SCOTT , ADVICE TO EMBRYO JOURNALISTS GIVE SI o control the destiny of aerica will find the qual- -the snap of youth, the e, the refinement of ex- the acme of value-best Smart Ithes &MITTCA PFEL&C0!, SLANDERS 1 LOWERS PHONE 294 218 E. LIBERTY I AR BOR GAR ACE." DEaLERS IN OTO E PHONE 1101 Heels Goodyear Rubber Heel...…

April 25, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 143) • Page Image 6

…I ver umps and Oxfords I assort- and pat- in the many nd car- J ' // '2 I . ; , // - f; . _. DR. S. E. TAYLOR TO SPEAK HERE Dr. S. Earl Taylor will deliver the first of two lectures dealing with his experiences on trips he made around the world, at 7:30 o'clock tonight, in Lane hail. Doctor Taylor has had much exper- ience as a photographer, in recogni- tion of which he was made a fellow of the Royal Photographic society, and will illus...…

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...…

April 23, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 141) • Page Image 1

…DERSUB C LI 01 z :ti tan attx I AS DAY AND NIGHT' SERVICE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 1918. PRICE ITHRE ...,-- CLAIMS HOLIDAY' L- MEN LEAVING FOR' FARMST TKEEXAMS ,..,---- THINING CAMP TO TAKE 40 STUDENTS AMERICANS 200 IN HUN LOSE ATTACK to n, April 22.-All gover- sked today by Secretary eclare next Friday a state as President Wilson has it a national holiday to rty Day celebrations. a's offerings of Libertyt ...…

April 23, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 141) • Page Image 2

…4 d with1 1DEMANDS SQUARE DEAL. GALENS UPPER-CLASS MEDICAL SOCIETY PROTEST AGAINST RE. CENT STATEMENTS ABOUT ME- 1ICS ely entitled It is when he is in this state of I news diss wise credit- mind, his thoughts focused on those local news whom he has left behind, that a let- ter frdm home buoys up his spirits iversity of and imparts new life and energy to ing except r. his being. Poets and artists have en- n Arbor as deavored to portray the h...…

April 23, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 141) • Page Image 3

… .w.w._.___ . ' me Hamer and Egbert will go against ) Dr. Lee and Chris Mack this afternoon -should the winds, scheduled for last March, and which have been deliver- ed during the past four or five days, allow, for several sets of doubles. h This is the part of the final practice y schedule preceding the Chicago match y Saturday. e Bornstein and Sullivan are two men e who are evidencing interest in the Varsity squad. The former has al- ready...…

April 23, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 141) • Page Image 4

… 4e NoW we know we are in the war- We realize what it means-- We are determined that the sacrifice of Amer- ican life-shallinot be in vain and that there shall be no turning back, no faltering,,until our wrongs are avenged and our future safety assured. peace and NOW NOW. is- the time for YOU to act-RIGHT / 'ITT I_ _ _ _ _ __ I- L _ _ __' . _ _ vIe stay-at-nomes, what sacrifces are we making for our heroes over there; who suffer ...…

April 23, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 141) • Page Image 5

…... scat appearance are isi ness and profess- as in the flglting trol the destiny of will find the qual- snap of youth, the refinement of ex- SPECIAlIZATION TALKS BY CAMPUS PROFESSORS IF YOU WANT TO GET RICH DON'T ENTER LAW SAYS PROF. R. W. AIGLERI '9il HEADS ECONOMICS DEPARTMVENT AT SETTLE I Early Spring Showi -the acme of value-best /) 11 hart othes ITT E &LANDERS OR R LOWERS PHONE 294 213 E. LIBERTY OR CARACE LERS IN I5 OR EA...…

April 23, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 141) • Page Image 6

…Ifu FT BOARD CALLS 200 MEN FOR EXAMS I ver and Oxfords s * * , * * * *m * * .** AT THE THEATERS "Over the Top," at the Garrick. ~' - .~ ; {'. ,r i . O~iJ7 , Unusual value at $5.50. Boot Shop. tter, Prop. ALL CLASS ONE REGISTRANTS TO BE EXAMINED ON APRIL 29 Notices were sent out yesterday by the locaL selective draft board for 200 Class one registrants to appear for examination on Monday, April 29. The examinations will be held in M...…

April 21, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 140) • Page Image 1

…R'r T WTTH VOUR 'TR "N MIN!" THEY REACH OVER HE WEATHER FAIR AND WARMEB TODA , ,, ./..R <_!T w1_,.NLV1A:_: NJ L- iX i t i% . L %. \~J V I 1T___ - _ 1 ~ aitg ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WIR SERVICE 0 VIII. No. 140. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, APRIL 21, 1918. PRICE THREE C .. WOLVERINES WN BUT TWO SCONDS IN DRAKE EVENTS ILLINOIS OUTSPEEDS MICHIGAN RUNNERS IN HALF MILE RELAY JOHNSON DEFEATED BYa SCHLOZ OF MISSOURI Chicago Leads...…

April 21, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 140) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY w.- Ak.bakt.a.A.f n.* .h. ..l~ firigan. Bate BER ASSOCIATE PRESS ated Press is exclusively entitled or republication of all news dis- ted to it or not otherwise credit- paper and also the local news :rein. ewspaper at the University of Published every morning except ig the university year. the postofficesat Ann Arbor as matter. in Arbor Press Building. usiness, p60; Editorial, 2414. ations not to exceed 300 words, e signat...…

April 21, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 140) • Page Image 3

…minutes of hard-fought Zalph H. Jones, company regiment, was given the ;ion over Lyle L. Pollock,I middleweight champion- campus yesterday morn- nner had a slight advant- out the match, but the s impossible to foretell, Limost got a fall at the 19 k. This occurence was deciding factor, for up to e match had been prac- Fith the 20 minutes yesterday and' 30 minutes before vacation when men were so evenly matched that judges could not render. a ...…

April 21, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 140) • Page Image 4

…tism IS now spelled rybody must help, high and low, rich poor. Everyone's help is needed ou've got, to help put this across ou are glad. Your heart swells with pride These are the days that count the real patri- n you hear about "our boys" and the account ots, with unerring certainty. Uncle Sam dis- are giving of themselves in France these claim's relationship with the person who talks s . patriotism and doesn't act ...…

April 21, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 140) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY - .~- -~ LOAN MEN UNAVORABLE TO TAR AND FEATHERING NOTICE 1P) RSUE OWN METHODS WINNING IUSPECTEF PRO-GERMANS FORT To Senior Lits--Order your class cane at once from Wadhams & Co. State Street Store C m : I . 4 ' N -r ,.? 0 ) ' - y ,6 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. _. ..... \ \ \ You ...…

April 21, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 140) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY sI Buy Your LIBERTY BOND Today ) -- (make it a goad one) and your new SPRING SUIT Of SK. MALCOLM ORATORICIL MEET WILL BE BIG UNIVERSITY AFFIR REPRESENTATIVES OF SEVEN MAJOR INSTITUTIONS TO SPEAK Preliminary arrangements for the interstate Northern Oratorical contest, to be held Friday, May 3, in Hill au- ditorium, indicate that this will be one of the greatest forensic events held in Ann Arbor during the past seven...…

April 20, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 139) • Page Image 1

…r Aar al , PRESS DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1918. PRICE FOREGO OPH PROM nment of this year's Soph as decided upon yesterday i, when tlhe' joint committee of nine members of the so- literary and engineering col- ed a resolution to this effect. ph Prom has been a Mich- lition for many years, and xt to the J-Hop in the social of the University. The action mittee was taken after several investigation ...…

April 20, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 139) • Page Image 2

…days down Euclid ave- ng vacation when camouflaged R. O. was attired in a black and gold coat, leather put- the salutes of ivates. We our- aken him for an. cognized his face, T. C., U. M., on coat. That has of the dam re- There is absolutely no excuse for conduct of this kind. The officers and men of the United States army are en- titled to wear the uniform of their country because they are actually serving in its army or navy. They should n...…

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