Sunday Night's Patriotic Meeting
Three thousand people gathered in University hall at tbe patriotic service Sunday evening and showed by their prasence that they appreoiated tbe need for the support of tbe Y. M. C. A. ■work among the soldier boys of the state and national camps. Aoting President Hutobins presided and 'ten minute addresses were made by Rev. Dr. Allen, of Ypsilanti, ftev. J. W. Bradshaw, Col. H. S. Dean and Judge V. H. Lane, of Ann Arbor, and Rev. Walter Hughson, of Detroit. Prof. A. A. Stanley manipulated the Columbian organ, Prof. Oscar Gareissen, of Ypsilanti, and Miss Katherine Oberst, of this city, sang solos. Patriotio eongs were sang and tbe speakers bandled their subjects in a olear, forcible and businesslike manner, sbowing the urgent need for snbstautial flnanoial snpport tu care for tbe uomfort and health of the oitizen solrtiers. Over $200 bas already been sent in to C. W. Wagner and otbers desiring to help are requested to hand their contribntions to him.
Ann Arbor Argus