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April 02, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 131) • Page Image 1

…I F r: li' ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1918. _. BARE LGANDA the use of corn- 1 Detroit physicians Ad as "German pro- . Warren E. For- e University Health on the form of in- the consumption of a reported as having 1 and east sections rsythe said that he hich corn can have 'here have been no such illness among Dr. Forsythe has of the statements c 1ainena CITY ADOPTS EATER PLAN AT ELECTION \All Seven Wards Give Majority Vote in...…

April 02, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 131) • Page Image 2

…ARYATI1J EFFICIENT WORRY / Now and then someone comes forth with the saying that he admires a certain person because that person never worries. To follow the career of an unworried person would be most interesting, for, without doubt, such a character never lived. The man whom we thing of as never troubled, is, but carefully conceals the external 1signs of it. One of the high roads to success is worry. Self complacency is d a sign of decay. T...…

April 02, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 131) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGA mey il La DLIEV I LELSW [1 all PL layer A nd rof. C. 0. Davis to A ddress Women important phases of the wars r ery Will Lead T[[{ IG[ERSl lyrAn SrIs"Maintaining Existing Standards of for women who have regist Vext Year 's Five AD il IVTADnii Soldier Loses Eye -Education During the War," will be service in the line of patriotic WIT IIY ~~~~~~Cthe tirt fn ,rrc ~ rffaLinP ana1n1cnilA Red Kuhn, Former Chicago Snapped With ...…

April 02, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 131) • Page Image 4

…ThE N-CHIGAN DAILY for Vi ory: Stamps Savings Because the more we save, the more labor and material will be available for the use of the government and for the support of our army. r- .. Because we must have dollars as well as men in the fight Because they establish the soundest and simplest basis for freedom. of saving, which.is the there is no safer investment in the world. t War Savings Stamps increase in value. \ , -U W...…

April 02, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 131) • Page Image 5

… iris To ./ ce are of ess- ;hting itrol the destiny of i will find the qual- snap of youth, the e refinement of ex- acme of value best CA T PPFEL & C.O FLAN DERS OR LOWERS PHONE294 213 E. LIBERTY t GARAGE I IN PHON9 1101 Siveetheart Flag Military officers in Detroit received word from Washington yesterday that the "girl left behind" will be permitted to display a special "sweetheart" flag, provided she is bethroted to the boy now ...…

April 02, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 131) • Page Image 6

…1 1 11:. A A l... A'%.A A'%.5l& tL4LA.. A Models >ers oot Shop. Prop. ALLIES HALT HUNST A MOREUIL AND HANGARD (Continued from Page One) considerable activity on the Asiago plateau. and along the Piave river, and that in Albania on the western shores of the Adriatic the Austrians have been repulsed after an attack on a position held by the Italians. GERMAN ATTEMPT TO BRIDGE OISE FRUSTRATED BY FRENCH With the French army in France, March 3...…

April 03, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 132) • Page Image 1

…r z 1k 43au ttl DAY AMDNIGHT1 SERVICE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1918. PRICE T .. U... i -.,--- i l )UNCIL SETS CAP NIGHT FOR, MAY 31 .I rI Rush- of today in a hadow the ore terrible rere hasten- French and 1 announce- these units Allied war )ifcials that d be imme- h vigorous battle. The for a count- essive war- the German and hurled cted that r of the tary offi- the step od. The is to be lay, not ican inter- ai...…

April 03, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 132) • Page Image 2

…CARYATID I Wiomen rhey are good haters. But the aver- age American looks too broadly upon he whole subject of the war. He sees he relation of things too well. But ie forgets in doing this that the na- ion which is trying to destroy his government will by the same means destroy' that very freedom which nakes him see things broadly. The Eun does not see the world as a great brotherhood of man. He only sees 'Germany over all." We in America ha...…

April 03, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 132) • Page Image 3

…DAILY lIkIr11" IILLU pe ted to be in shape in a short time. New suits, shoes, and bats have ar- rived and they were distributed to the Varsity yesterday morning by Coach Lundgren. The uniforms dre the same as they have been in former years. The Wolverines will be decked out in new finery when they meet the Tink- ers next week. Mat Finals Will 13e Held Today MILITARY NEWS be held at 3 o'clock this afternoon in where there are no walks a...…

April 03, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 132) • Page Image 4

…TILE M\ ICHIGAN DAILY Announcing the I I I O N SATURDAY, A: will offer for pu bonds, constituting the exempt from all taxes, $5,000.00 par value of 6th, the United States Government subscription $3,000,000,000 4 1-4% Liberty Loan. These bonds will be except the tax ob incomes the bonds. in excess of It is expected that every individual will buy of these bonds in proportion to his income and ability to do so, as it is the desire...…

April 03, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 132) • Page Image 5

…11 LANS LID IN 1652 TO* ESTABLISH OBSERYATORY 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. FOR EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL MICHIGAN STUDENTS IN ASTRO. NOMY HAVE HAD GREAT INFLUENCE One-half mile northeast from the center of the campus there rises a huge gray dome forty feet in diameter. A source of wonder at first to the new studen...…

April 03, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 132) • Page Image 6

…ice SPECIALIZATION TALKS B CGAMPUS PROFESSORS PROF. J. C. PARKER EXPLAINS ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING' FIELD I _ . i I WHAT'S GOING ON I fabrics and Trimmings based on present market costs. and Trimmings Association. trade by buying early. We now ues and blacks, as well as many ere bought before the heavy ad- Come in and look them over. (Editor's note-In an effort to aid students and future students in the University select the professions...…

April 04, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 133) • Page Image 1

…VEATHER .ND COLDER 'ODAI r Ek irn aitg ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NI(.hT WIRE SERVICE . No. 133. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1918. PRICE THREE C IN RENEWS PEACE MOVE NEW SPEECH [ERICAN OFFICIALS REGARD HIS STATEMENTS AS HAVING NO BASIS OF FACT CUNT SAYS AUSTRIA WILL HELP GERMANY tstria Will Enforce Peace By Moral Right. and Physical Strength- Says Diplomat Washington, March 3.--American vernment officials and the Entente ib...…

April 04, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 133) • Page Image 2

…_THE MICHIGAN DAILY ATE PRESS exclusively entitled n of all news dis- ot otherwise credit- so the local news :r at the University of d every mjorning except university year. stofllce at Ann Arbor as r Press Building. 96o; Editorial, 2414. ot to exceed 300 words, ure not necessarily to ap- an evidence of faith, and will be published in The ion of the Editor, if left The Daily notice box in Ethe general library where :cted at 7 :3o o'clock ea...…

April 04, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 133) • Page Image 3

…L 4, "" THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THRE FIRE PITCHERS WILL 0 ON TRIP TO COLMBUS SEVERAL PLAYERS SICK; GAME TODAY BETWEEN SCRUBS AND VARSITY Scheidler, pitching candidate, is the latest Wolverine baseball player to fall victim to the sickness jinx that so far has claimed Glenn, Garrett, and Bowerman of the Varsity squad. The big hurler is laid up at the pre- sent time with tonsilitis, and although he has been able to work out a little the past ...…

April 04, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 133) • Page Image 4

…ThE N-CHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1918 -r w For Your Country and Michigan! Buy Bonds n of the tird ibe A y 4O n ON APRIL 6, THE ANNIVERSARY OF AMERICA'S ENTRANCE INTO THE WORLD WAR, THE FIRST GUNS IN THE THIRD LIBERTY LOAN CAMPAIGN WILL BE FIRED THE COUNTRY OVER. THREE BILLION DOLLCARS OF 41-2 PER CENT UNITED STATES BONDS MUST BE SOLD TO HELP BRING VICTORY TO AMERICAN ARMS IN ITS FIGHT FOR FREEDOM, JUSTICE, AND CIVILIZAT...…

April 04, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 133) • Page Image 5

…THE1 MICHIGAN DAILY W r ... I [IGH 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- ities you need-the snap of youth, the dignity of age, the refinement of ex- perience and the acme of value-best expressed in NO BREAD ON BOARDING HOUSE' DININER MENUES ADDED VEGETABLES SUPPLY NEEDED BUTTER; OTHER MEA...…

April 04, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 133) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, APR: Walk-Over ing Pumps and Oxfords R WOMEN wonderful assort- f styles and pat- p shown in the one of our many ive styles and car- popular military ng thin vamp and narrow silk bow, a smart tailored effe / / -4,_ ct. Unusual value at $5.50. Talk-Over Boot Shop. R. J. Hoffstetter, Prop. 115 S. Main St. ., // {4 ti.'b ti v ) ,, Students of the University of Michigan )uld inspect our new line of very smar...…

April 05, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 134) • Page Image 1

…'r 'NI 1k 4 A6Pl -AL ASSOCIAT PRESS DAY ANfi VIGIlIT SERVICE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1918. PRICE 9 _ I PRESIDENT SIGNS - THIRD LOAN BILL Washington, April 4.-The legisla- tive foundation for the third Liberty Loan was laid tonight when Congress completed, and President Wilson sign- ed the bill, authorizing the issuance of additional bonds at four and one- quarter per cent. Earlier in the day the treasury an- nounced tha...…

April 05, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 134) • Page Image 2

… _____ sen their sufferings by mutual com- miseration? They compare notes as S to the extent of their ailments. Some- entitled how, there seem to be great healing e creit- powers in self-pity. al news Isn't it with great pride that you are able to boast of a terrible head- rsity of ache, a sore throat, an- aching back, g except an utter lack of all ambition, and a Arbor as deep-rooted desire to book passage for the happy hunting grounds? And, ...…

April 05, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 134) • Page Image 3

…JLi 3VilkIN NNIS TEM TO HAVE STRONG COMPETITIONI in Three Round r Fools Vets ve Ball Columbus trip but two days he cripples and invalids of Varsity squad are back in lready to take a fling at ew. and Bowerman, the last 's to yield t' the popular lady of influenza, returned yesterday afternoon, and h the squad for two hours ield. Bowerman is not ,yet t of shape, however, and - to go home spring vaca- ler to get his full strength on for the...…

April 05, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 134) • Page Image 4

… Y DOLLAR COUNTS! , 7 k , In the third Liberty Loan Drive, every person must be reached, and it is the small bonds to in- dividuals that mount up and help make the tre- mendous total of THREE BILLION DOLLARS. By now we are determined to win this war; we know that our cause is one that cannot be lost; we know the issues, and our boys have already clashed with the enemy. As the war continues, we will be called upon to give up more and mo...…

April 05, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 134) • Page Image 5

…r MPS TURN OUT FIYERS AT SATISFACTORY RATE ,- MILITARY NEWS, Setting up exercises for the entire e_ ICE MANY READY AND ANXIOUS - BE SENT ACRO$S INTO ACTIVE SERVICE TO cadet corps, under direction of Dr. George A. May, will be .given at 4:151 o'clock this afternoon on Ferry field. Talinsr Drug Co. ABOUT GETTING A TER KODAK IT'S TIME TO FOR T17 THII SEASON. WE WOULD LIKE bits-Order your cane at once from / ms & Co.. Street S...…

April 05, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 134) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY " ' ' r GRADUATE GLASSES RETURN FOR REUNIONS * * * * * * * * * ** S * * AT THE THEATERS * * Companies Give Athletic Drill i * Richard Bennett in "The Very * Idea," at the Garrick. to woolen and worsted fabrics and Trimmings has been 175% authentic and based on present market costs. nal Woolens and Trimmings Association. urselves and trade by buying early. We now ed yards of blues and blacks, as well as many itings...…

April 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 135) • Page Image 1

…)FF WITH A BANG! BUY YOUR THIRD LIBERTY LOAN BONDS TODAY t THE WEATHERI FAIR AND WARMER TODAI r .Sijr~tl ~AaitJ ASWSOCI ATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHIT WIRE SERVICE VOL. XXVIII. No. 13. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1918. PRICE THREE CENTS HEAVY ONSLAUHT AGINST BAILLEUL ARTILLERY DISPLAY INCREASES IN GIVENCHY SECTOR, SAYS RAID HUNS ON GAIN FOOTHOLD MESSINES RIDGE Mysterious Plot in Frague to Create German Government There, Sta...…

April 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 135) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MEMBER ASSOCIATE PRESS he Associated Press is exclusi'vely entitled he use for republication of all news dis- hes credited to it or not otherwise credit- in this paper and also the local news ished herein. fficial newspaper at the University of higan. Published every morning except :day during the university year. ntered at the postofficesat Ann Arbor as nd-class matter. ffices: Ann Arbor Press Building. hones: Business, 96...…

April 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 135) • Page Image 3

…I P. door director of out- confined to his' Y's hospital fol-' ion. John Ed-' in Bartelme's te latter's ab-' =r *: *x :x H6U EU UL. AFTER TRIALS I COACH FARRELL TO RUNNERS THIS AFTERNOON SELECT an ope: is acti . during e'. 0 6 1 6 Bartelme is expected to be * >ack in his office in a short time. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 1 0 ..20 3 3 0 * ...............30 7 27 21 123456789 0 00 00 002 1-3 . ...1 20 00 1 01 *-5 hits Taggart, Ga...…

April 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 135) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE I . II SPECILiIZATION TALKS "LET"S 60!",O N TRIP, MAKES MONEY RA NIT Early Spring Showing of HIGH morale and neat appearance are inseperable -in business and profess- ional life as well as in the fighting force. You rmen who control the destiny of industrial America will find the qual- #ztes you need-the snap of youth, the dignity of age, the refinement of ex- perience and the acme of value-best exp'ressed in I...…

April 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 135) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, Al Walk-Over pring Pumps and Oxfords FOR WOMEN A wonderful assort- ent of styles and pat- Pump shown in the cut is one of our many :istinctive styles and car- ies the popular military heel, long thin vamp and small narrow silk bow, naking a smart tailored effect. Ua Unusual value at $5.50. Ann Arbor Talk During Vacation Friday, April 5 Work is commenced on a large elec- tric sign on the court house lawn. The si...…

April 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 136) • Page Image 1

…r , PAW ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1918. r- ON 28 WINDOWS PAINTED WITH 'WARNING INSCRIPTIONS ANNOUNCE COMMITTEES FOR COMEDY CLUB PLAY bor residents and one y were among the list :men who were given the University by the is at their last meeting, those who re- vs: Graduate ;ineering, Mar- rbor; M. of S., Ann Arbor; Lansing: mas- Mary Mac- College-Bachelor of Arts, le, Milford; Robert Loomis, 0.; Leroy Powell, Grand...…

April 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 136) • Page Image 2

…are assured of a sue- . war gardens. executed, one of istence has been comes an art. A of living is as a man as a lack Lnd work go hand be pushed away r are bound to fying proportions. d, are an essent- ery road to suc- can be made a e desired goal- cans call them se they have to CARYA TID Occupation for idle vacation-looking over gles and counting the clipped jokes. hours during your old Gar- repetitions of Lde from Old Glory, the nicest...…

April 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 136) • Page Image 3

…,. r.... . r ... .... r.. ..,..... IrI r11 Ir il rr Arrlq t . _.__ .... .. ._ STRAYED UNIFORMS ECoach Lundgren Claims to Havei F. - _I "ressen Leading Off for Jennings _ Checked Baggage for Arbon Ann VARSITY MAY MEET SCRUBS TODAY IF UNIFORMS ARRIVEj Coach Satisfied with Work of Against Columbus Last week Team Somewhere between Columbus and Ann Arbor the uniforms and bats of the Michigan baseball team are taking a little rest, unmind...…

April 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 136) • Page Image 4

…T1 iE NICHIGAN DAILY ---- -- _.A First Duty- Now that we're back---is to 11 I .,._"i "Every dollar subscribed to the Liber- ty Loan is a dollar invested in American manhood. Every dollar subscribed as the result of self-denial means partner- ship in the hardships and risks of our men in the trenches. "Every dollar subscribed will confirm the determination of our people at home to stand by its army to a victorious end. An overwhe...…

April 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 136) • Page Image 5

…PECILIZATION TALKS I BY CAMPUS PROFESSORS Mm TIONS WEl 'I u Y. M. C. A. EMPLOYMENT BUREA ANXIOUS TO INCREASE ITS US] FULNESS TO STUDENTS. U E- s 94 your k Co. 'e R STEAM FORKS ed 1887 RY CLEANING, PRESS- STEAM CLEANING AT -ITY PRICES. YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO INSPECT OUR WORK. 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 - ...…

April 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 136) • Page Image 6

…MILITARY NEWS I I I LTS G I f nd Trimmings market costs. sociation. mying early. We now lacks, as well as many t before the heavy ad- and look them over. Faculty drillers will continue their meetings from 7 to 8 o'clock every, evening in Waterman gymnasium beginning this evening. This will be the first drill held since the Easter holidays. Commencing tomorrow afternoon the battalion scheduled for athletic training under Dr. George A...…

April 18, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 137) • Page Image 1

…N QUOTA! BOOST YOUR COUNTRY AND ALMA MAT] THE WEATHER SHOWERS A-ND COOLER TODAI Ar 4by A 7W AN .4ilt r t jIaitg y . A SSOCIATEI PRESS DlAY AND NIGHT M URT ICE D YPIBE I I l I O . XXVIII. No. 137: ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1918. PRICE THREE CENTS ERMANS CAPTURE POILKAPPELLE, LANGEMARCK, NORTHEAST OF YPRES1 BRITISH RETIRE FROM WYTSCHAETE THIRD LIBERTY LOAN DRIVE BEGINS AS 400 MEN AND WOMEN ARE SWORN INTO COUNTY P...…

April 18, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 137) • Page Image 2

…~am MIEMBER ASSOCIATE PRESS Associated Press is exclusively entitled use for republication of all news dis- credited to it or not otherwise credit. this paper and also the local news ed herein. ial newspaper at the University of ;an. Published every morning except y during the university year. red at the postoffice at Ann Arbor as -class matter. :es: Ann Arbor Press* Building. Les: Business, 96o; Editorial, 2414. munications not to exceed 3oo...…

April 18, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 137) • Page Image 4

…4 4 44 4 I - ~ i~I 4j 4 un~em~t to M~n ~ MEN (who ~re 4~e heaviest buyers of Ox~ ~ 1fl~ m~ny are in linif Qnn a 0 ~ord~, Q y ppruon of the time, I have _______________ 44 J*iD7,1 H 4 A' 4 44 O~cf4r4~ Step into F~ishi&n F~i1~ wi1~~ YQ MAY GE?[~ THE BENEFIT New Low Shoes frQni ~fack~s44 ALITY~~~EV~ ~ ~r black cal. ?rlce, $~O lie / -~ A Qr.~i5OMOR1~ Presentation of th~e n~v modes for ~ l~p~ w ~ TAD P T(~'V~ TKI17b1OA~V.. will be n~ade to~norrow ~...…

April 18, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 137) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 7e Merchants t 11 51 Members of the R. O. T. C. will form in front of Waterman gymna- slum at 6:30 o'clock tonight to parti- cipate in the Liberty Loan parade. Competition drills may be held b . tween the companies during the march. They will be judged by na- tional guard officers and a trophy of some kind will be awarded to the com- pany that makes the best showing. One hour's make-up credit will be given to all cadets ...…

April 18, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 137) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY mWalksOver ring Pumps and Oxfords * * . * * . . * . * * I WHAT'S GOING ON FOR WOMEN A wonderful assort- ent of styles and pat- ".,r 2' Pump shown in the cut is one of our many distinctive styles and car- ries the popular military heel, long thin vamp and small narrow silk bow, making a smart tailored effect. Unusual value at $5.50. : h. a Walk-Over Boot Shop. R. J. Hoffstetter, Prop. 115 S. Main St. S Student...…

April 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 138) • Page Image 1

…4 rift aA r0' I- IDV ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1918. RY BALL E ELABORATE nformal military given at 8:30 o'- Lt in Waterman han 400 tickets sale at the drug Set April 26 For Liberty Day Washington, April 18.-Friday, °April 26 will be Liberty day throughout the United States under a proclamation issued tonight by President Wilson calling on citizens of every community to hold Liberty Loan rallies and "liberally pledge anew th...…

April 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 138) • Page Image 2

…The R. O. T. C. motorcycle corps was put out of commission yesterday. It ran over a tack. Yesterday we received a letter from someone, having a minature sweet- heart flag on the back. Of course, we are doing some wondering just now. I omen i -i I "in. is about to come orts from London. me out-second. 4EEDED "'-And,". continued enthusiast, "I remember to play one-old-cat." "Well, we've improved smiled the genial pitcher nine. the baseb...…

April 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 138) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WOLVERINE TRACK MEN ON WAY TO DES MOINES FARRELL REFUSES TO COMIENT ON CHANCES IN DRAKE RELAYS . The Wolverine half mile relay team which left yesterday for the Drake relays will arrive in Des Moines late this afternoon. Reports from officials in charge of the meet say that a large field has entered. The entry list shows a total of 16 universities, 23 colleges, and over 30 high schools will send teams to participate. Co...…

April 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 138) • Page Image 4

…T1i E NACHIGAN DAILY .. _. Has 9volpv Done It Is It. Up Te ilga q q 0 I ic . When the Liberty Bond Salesman Calls On You--- BE READY! 1. Do not expect him to visit and talk the weather. He must make many more and time counts. about calls, 2. The amount of the bonds you buy repre- sents the "Horse-power" of your red blooded American patriotism and the speed with which you make your purchase represents your "Horse Sense." 3. W...…

April 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 138) • Page Image 5

…flONDAY LMEA]G 'W'9 NEPAYL FHE DAYS THURSDO"AY fko fIDAYOn Nau MAUPV Calkins Drug Co. IT'S T ABOUT GETTING A TER KODAK FOR SEASON. WE WOULI r your TO TALK WITH YOUAl ice It ANN ARBOR DISHEGARoS W09EALES 1AYRULES Co. BAKERS DECIrARE FEW 1UYING PRESCRIBED SUBSTITUTES ARE] 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....…

April 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 138) • Page Image 6

….1 NIIL IIU I IIL &FOR CHIDE PUS QUOTA NEARLY REACHE L AST NIGHT S* * * ,: AT THE THEATERS "The Brat," at the Garrick. * "Pollyanna," at the Whitney, Saturday, matinee and night. * I -)MA MALCOL LV 1 .M BLOCK( I Supplies ollege Spirit" & Co. Detroit Boys! to sell the old clothes. Till give a price 0 Hoover Ave. t. Phone 2601 that suits One door CONSTRUCTION 'OF TWO FLOORS TO BE COMPLETED NEXT SUMMER A new building to accommod...…

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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