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LYNDON, ro'H ll Auditorium
Kodak Films Finishing
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You don't need to go down town
to see the best that are made.
Come in and slip one on, they
are all made up in Norfolk with
yoke. "No Old Timers Here."
Time now to plaoe that Suit and
Overooat order too.

J. KARL MALCOLM

604 EAST LIBERTY4ST.

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and 0'Coats to your order $18, $20, $22.60,
$26 and $30

,e are local agents for this magnificent line of tuade to order clothes. We want to
show you the big line of woolens and newest styles for Fall and Winter.
One every order we save you from $5 to $io,
CAM PUS BOOTERY
08 S. State St. Opposite Hustons'
The Sugar Bowl
Confectionery
We have the best assortmetnt of
Chocolates an.d Bon Bonws
All kinds of fency Ice Creams for Parties
Try our Fruit S t .daes after the Theatre

night at 10:00 o'clock and will find
themselves in Ann Arbor in time for
church. Those who do not avail
themselves of this special rate will
have to pay $21.82 flat fare and also
suffer the inconvenience of a longer
time on the road.
On account of the many inquiries
received concerning Pullman accom-
modations, the committee has secured
a rate of $2.40 for upper berths, and
$3.00 for lowers, the same rate to hold
whether the berths are occupied by
one or two persons.
"WIN FOR MICHIGAN" WRITER
MADE FI[TILE TRIP FR OhM EAST
After journeying all the way from
Boston, Massachusetts, to Ann Arbor
for the express purpose of introducing
the new Michigan field song,,"Win for
Michigan," at the mass meeting last
Friday, William T. Whedon, '81, arriv-
ed too late to do so. "Win for Michi-
gan" was written in order to furnish a
suitable outlet for student spirit dur-
ing the big athletic contests and not
for any financial reasons. The author
conceived his idea while watching the
immense crowd cheering at one of the
Harvard games.
Arrangements are being made to
have the words displayed at the next
student gathering, so that they will
be memorized. The song has been
copyrighted and a special cover drawn
by Clark Smith, '17. It is on sale 1
the University Music House.
OAT C LUB TO SUPERVISE
DANCE AT UNION SATURDAY
The Michigan Union Boat club will
have charge of the Saturday night
dance at the Union. Special features in
the way of decorations, programs and
favors have been arranged. Tickets,
limited to 100 in number as usual, will
go on sale to boat club members on
Wednesday and to other Union mem-
bers Thursday afternoon at 5:00
o'clock. They will sell for seventy-
five cents.
SENIOR LAWS WIN FOOTBALL
(HA:IPIONSHIP OF DEPARTMENT
The tsenior laws were declared the
champions of their department, yes-
terday when they deefated the juniors
by the score of 13 to 0.
The teams were very well matched
and the result was due largely to the
fumbling of the juniors. The first
half gave neither team a score, but in
the third quarter Hippler plunged
through the line for a touchdown. In
the last quarter Lehr picked up a
fumble and ran 30 yards for a touch-
down.

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WAITERS PLAN CAMPAION FOR
BETTER FARE.
(Continued from page 1.)
which pans of refuse, and even open
garbage cans, were setting.
The committee in charge consists of
Melvin E. Case, '15E, Lewis C. Rei-
mann, '15, and Frederick Bishop, '15E.
"The committee wishes to accomplish
three results," said Chairman Case
when interviewed yesterday.
"We aim to better the health and
the time of the student workers and
raise the standard of the university
work. The health of the students is
endangered in many of the boarding
houses. By working overtime, the
student goes to class late, and lowers
the general working standard of the
university."
Dr. H. H. Cummings, of the univer-
sity health service declared-yesterday,
"It is our work to see that everything
is wholesome on the campus, in the
boarding houses, rooming houses, fra-
ternities, and the sororities. The
movement will help us considerably.
We shall investigate the conditions of
the class-rooms on the campus; and
the next thing will be a thorough in-
vestigation of the eating houses. Out
of the 500 hundred cases we have
treated since we started a month ago,
many are cases of indigestion. The
working students seem to devote very
little time to eating. After our in-
vestigation, a list of reliable boarding
houses will be published to guide the
student body."
Dr. Clyde B. Stouffer, of the Uni-
versity health service, said in con-
nection with the movement, "If the
conditions, as reported, are true, they
certainly need betterment."
Frank Olmstead, '15, director of the
Y. M. C. A. employment bureau, stated
that many complaints have reached the,

bureau concerning the environment
of the boarding houses, and the over-
tim4 work without extra pay. He has
refused to furnish men' to places
about which such complaints have
been made.
Selden S. Dickenson, '15L, president
of the Union, affirms that the Union is
in favor of furthering the betterment-
of the sanitary conditions.
A similar agitation was started last
February but little was accomplished,
owing to the great competition of the
working students to procure employ-
ment.
At Cornell, an epidemic of sickness
among working students was traced
to unsanitary conditions in the Itha-
ca boarding houses several years ago.
SPECIAL TRAIN CHARTERED FOR
CORNELL TRIP.
(Continued from page 1.)
sible take advantage of this special
rate in order that the Michigan root-
ers may make a pretentious showing
before the hosts of Ithacans.
The promotion of the trip has been
placed in the hands of a committee
composed of Edwin Wilson, '15, phone
16, and Douglas Donald, '15, phonel
131, and a meeting of all those having
any intention of following the team to
Cornell will be held in the reportorial
rooms of The Michigan Daily at 5:00
o'clock this afternoon to determine f
how many can be depended on. It is
further requested that all interested
should telephone either membee of
the committee some time during the
day.
The details are as follows: The
special train will leave Ann Arbor
Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock and ar-
rives at Ithaca Saturday morning at
7:00 o'clock. In returning the men
will leave the scene of battle Saturday

Flower Show Attracts 15,000 Visitors. I busy imparting to the scrubs yester-
Yesterday's spectators at the chrys- day and either this afternoon or to- tract with the athletic association, for mentioned the fact that he had used
anthemum exhibit in the main corri- morrow they will be sprung on the this provides the only means of obtain- a "stick" in prep school, and after a
dor of Alumni Memorial hall saw the unsuspecting Varsity. The scrubs at- gftanarer i
many varieties of the flower in full- tained a fair degree of proficiency ing any extra funds. thorough trial he was awarded his
est bloom, and brought the attendance with the formations last night and ex- The greatest innovation, though, As present position.
during the first five days of the show pect to gain materially when they meet in the person of the drum-major who Music is not the only thing, how-
the Wolverine regulars. so amused the rooters at Saturday's ever, which the band takes up at its
---I)game. The new man is A. O. Olson. rehearsals. After the exhibition given
"SEND BAND TO HELP THLE TA He is attending the university for the by the M. A. C. band a week ago last
SLOGAN TODAY first time this year, and first came to Saturday, orders went out to practice
The Overcoat Question ---. the notice of the management when marching and counter-marching, and
(Continued from page I.) the preliminary tryouts were held. the result of the work was readily ap-
You can't dodge it of those provided for under their con- Failing to make the band proper he parent at tho Syracuse game.
Don't shiver and snuffle
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