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"Tux" is the happy smoke. It just p ks the
smoker's calendar so plumb full of fragrant dligKit
that a gloomy day can't crowd itself inl edgcewsc.~
That mild, soothing taste of "Tux" has introduced
many a man to the joy of pipe-smoking and a regu1.-,:
unending procession of happy days.
The F.:<"3c .%acco for Pipe and Cigarette
By far the most pleasant pipe-smoke in the world is~
Tuxedo. Think of the supreme satisfaction of being a bl
to smoke your pipe all day, and day after day, withobut.
particle of discomfort! You can -do it with Tuxedo--bc-
cause Tuxedo. is made wonderfully mild and absolut cbs.
biteless by the original "Tuxedo Process."
That process is. what makes Tuxedo different from any
other tobacco made. Others have tried to i-itate it, but
never successfully. Just try Tuxedo for a week and you'll
smoke it ever after.
_)UCAN BUY TUXPDO EVERYWHERE
Conven'.,nt, !- :op, Famous green tin with gold
moisture-proofp~: .. lettering, curved to ft pocket
In Tin Fhmidors,1 40,,-and 0 In Giam Namidors, 50c anz
TIM, AI ERICAI T COACCO 0 M0PANY
Harry t atilt Selects Alen t6 Serv-e On Aiti..Trberculosis ('jnlipaigii 1) scoverH
PI'(;gr=nl and Fina-nee Coninittees 11anay 'ew Cases in Each Vonity

BY A OPLANIES ON VERONAt
Rionw, Nov. 15-Thirty persons are
de~d in Verona as a rsuir o three
3austri; n acronlan es dropping bombs
on t-e city. Thirty other persons
were seriou sly and 19 slightly in-
rJh« bombs of tiN, arraft fond,
j ~ it of cth-ir'vict rms i theprincipal
u ; uare Cf' the city, where citizens and
- pea ats from the outlying districs
v wero attendin- the market. Nine'-eca
persons were killeK 1.tv ore bomb.
The aeroplanies viioed varos 1artsE
ofthe city, but ionie of thO fmisiles~O
dropped by thern fell near any of the
maPitary buildings.
Snow Fails Sunday Nighlt at Sginavi
Saginaw, Mich., Nov. 15.--Peach
trees that were budding were nipped
last night, when snow fol for the first
tie this fall in the Saginaw valey
fAll vegetation was affected by the pro-
nounced drop in temperature.
Af£ghlans .9MI a eking Front ir d Indid a
Berlin, Nov. 15.- "Afghanistan is
preparing to war against the British
possessions in India," according to
telegrams received by the Overseas
News agency from Constantinople
"Fighting on the Afghanistan-India
frontier," the Turkish advice, ad.
"already has begun at: several pae.
Last Americani Ship d(Mft rna Tei
Seattle, Wash., Nov. 15.---The Grea
Northern steamship inesota, the
largest: vessel on the Pacific ocean, 'is
onr hcr via) from Seattle to the United
Kingdom, and with her departure the
Anerican flag has disappeared from
the oriental trade. The Pacific Mail
Steamlship company's fleet was dis-
persed before the Minesota closed er
career as a trans-P ac fic liner to en-
gage in the Atlantic trade.
I (2hi Fh3UL SHUTS ~TO ~('hM11.dND
Nor. 1 5.-Lion. Jan Christian Snis,
i ist.erY'e 'defenise, has beeny ven:
supreire onuuaand of the miltary e _-
pedition aeaiinsilCGernman East Arica.
The Union of South Africa govern-
the Glermnan colony as many as 25,-
000 mer, if a forcecof1' hat size should
be deemned necessary.
t'A girat i-cuitin.f, campa,gn is be-
imr LI annred Pt the Uion to rase
vti l??!ecrTs for the overseas armnies
as well as for operations in Africa.
CI 0 iA(.pO'pLi~iA'N S H TLD IDBATE
T'he Cosmnopolitan club held its reg-
ular meeting Sunday afternoon in the
Unitarian church, and a debate on the
subject, "Is War Futile from the Eco-
nomnic Point of View?" w,.s decied by
the club in favor of the affirmative
J. M. Hernandez, grad., put uip an es
pecially strong argument .for the win
ning side.
The club voted to have the program,
at future meetings consist of talks anm
songs by students from (di'e ent cou,
tries. The first meeting of this kind
will be held Sunday afternoon, Ne'ren-
ber 28, when the Porto Rican men-
hers wil explain the customs and
manners of their country. J. M. Her-
nandez, grad., will be one of the speak-
ers. Invitations will be -mailed to
maniy prominent men on tIc campus
to attendl these national meeing-s.
Members of the various nationa
clubs;:, such as the Chinese, Japanese,

anO, Latin-American clubs, will here--
after meet separately in addition io
rmeting °/riI the Cosmopolitan club.
LABOR}ItFLEAER SAYS PR1MTI
L::n(don, Nov. 15.--' There vwa3 a
younmg English officer at,- the front
dashing here and there through the
danger zone, followed by two privates,"
said Ben T Ileta, the fa' o-as= labor
leadeor, in an address today on what
he save on the iirhm I seii1 ream e.
"'It's all right for him if hie gets
killcd,' said one of the privates, 'buit
how about us? We shall get blamed
for it.' The officer. was the Prince of
Wales.
"I bring a n essage froman I.11
trenches. It is this: 'Send a volcano
of hell to overwhelm these German
torrents of shot, shell and g~a."'

Malice~s Week of
Wednsay b hiU X NvU
DEiTROIT~
LOU TELL k'A;EN
In "The Ware Ca50."
Shows at 3:0:30-3:00-29:30
Tliiirsddi v-Anin AMurdoch-tn "ARenal
Famiklv'.aud t1 xctlevt xi trcf eunr.
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Made in
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Factory Hat Stkre
u W. W. M!AN, Fro.
i3i1E. lHuron St. Ner fA¢:e Hle
the rail quota of ficrs LOr the rd z
lar army on a peace basis; aund a te.-
the war f0r't ^ e small sa= t ndig "3aL~
there was in additio.- a ret resin-va '
lof excellent officers with war tranm,-
With the disanpcasance of t~is re erc
Iand the enlarzeml-nt of the rea ii-'
larmy establi :hnu t, the supply of of -I
ficers has i~en fond inadeq ate, an
appointment (A oi ian; xx kPel cr
Training acs w 1, as po> a d ios mn
the ranks has been foun necessary.
In a iC'tadr ss M o-a'
c-ard \Vcd£,,as he;i , taX of the;
United States arny, saidl in referenc
to C ollege std,!r1S in231 iai-v itrai--
ing ;: "1I believeo We oud, acting pon
nbc jointi eOa'ielcic(5 I(3?O the pro i -
de t o h n v r i y a d t e o hein charge of the m ilitary departmnent,
select each year from the Jive or si..
thousand graduates of colleges-;an
schools heaving military h: stru Wton
S500 young inen who had takeon LI&
military course creditably and apoin
them, subject only to physical exam-
ilation, as provisional second lieute-
Sants in the different arms of the -ser-
vce ...and pay them for that year th
full pay of a second lieutnat, x',hch
with allowances, is worth fromt above
$2,200 to about $2,400 a year. .. hia
scheme would give us as reserve offi-
cers young men who have had two t
four years in a military school ndei.
the direction of an armty officer a.
one year in the regular establishmet.
They would be better trained reserv
officers than are most of those in fr-
eign armies. It would be an econom--
ical and easy way of securing officer~
and would tend to popularize military
instruction in theseJ schools and, col-
leges."
Many who think of military instruc-
tion in universities today have in mind
the set drills in close order, with stiff
dress parades, such as characterized
the training of ten years and more ago.
All thYi~ has now been caged. To
setting up exercises as a part of the
gymnastic work and a minimum of
close order drills at te beginning o
the course, there are now added open
order formations, camp sanitation,
quick topograplhic sketcin g, fiing
practice, trench digging and special+
problems in tactic:, in regimental fo-
mations. Where Taeore there was sl--
len acquiescence on the part o stu-
dents in so many case>:, l-aere is now,
where the course is ably conducted,
general e timsin 1. Gc-.Ural Wood,
who has taken a keen interest iii the

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i c 4pUive training at 'ichigHarz.has ? Ia l or'aW ILLf. M AI(E

in a sonG(-sco' letters laidi stress upon
,L csity of guarding this featuire
andsecrn the detail of the hims
-mace ofli er as prof'essor of i-
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TIM'(PHL ENTRY
IN TVRK CAPITAL

the other state universities which give
mnilit-ary instruction are desirous o=
strengthening their eounses, and are
to urge Cnresat the cominig ses-
.ne: to so m<odify the ?Morr-nl Ac. as to
c' '.7it the (((tail of a United States
:oiiimissioned officer for every four
h undred students in training. Michi-
gan with some 2,700 men in training
,1oJ ld th'u : secure the detail of no less
than five oflicers. This provision has
already been incorporated in the pro-
grmo' the secretary of war for in-
crease of the military establishme-at.
On their part, those universities, who
are favored by the details of more
than onec officer, agree to Instiitute
courses in military engineering, 11';
-raadua tes of vwhich wvili have had, in
addition to their classroom work, foi.ur
-,cars, instead of two, of actual miii-
kary training; an.d these military engi-
neers, if the plan is carried through,
-ill upon graduation receive commis-
sions in the regular army as pro .is-
mnial. second lieutenants for one year
with full pay and allowances. At the
end of the year they will either go
into the regular service wtih full comn-
missions, or into the reserve. Univer-
sities wvho do not train in military en-
gineering can have one officer de-
tailed as at present.
inasmuch as one of your coiitribu-
mrs has adlvocated a system of volun-
tary military training, it should per-
iuaps be stated that for three reasons
s acl a plan is inadvisable. These rea-
"ons are: (1) Though voluntary train-
ing has be en tried, at a number of in-
stitutions, it has never met with any
considerable success; (2) no detail of
za United States arniy officer, whose
pay and allowances are met by the
over°Inment, is possible upon the basis
of voluntary training; and (3) the very
idea of military training seems to im-
ply the substitution of voluntary effort
1sy obedience to authority, where the
wishes of the individual are not con-
sulted. Onl no other conditions can the
idea of discipline be inculcated.
WM. H. HOBBS.

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csaehi says, is 40 iriles from Bagdad.
Thie comnplet ion of the Bagdad rail-
way, which this advance of the English
force s has stopped, was hoped in Ger-
mianyv to be the entering wvedge for the
capture of India. Through trains were
to bae run over it from Berlin to Ko-
weit, with Constantinople as a way
station.
110g-aria and GIreece Get XaedoW'h
Budapest, Nov. 15.--The newspaper,
Vil1ag, states that Bulgaria-and Greece
have signed a pact for the distribution
of Macedonia, It is included that Bul-
garia is to cede certain territory to
Greece, no matter whether the latter
country goes to war or not.
Temten Cature Large Allied Force
Lori on, Nov. 15.-About 8,800 Ser-
bians have been captured by the Teu-
ton and Bulgarian invaders in the last
48 hours.
The captured Serbians belong to
what until a few days ago was the
main Serbian army, but whlat has now
dissolved into a smattering of small
detachments scattered all over the
mountainot region in central and
Vvestern Serbia, mainly in the vicinity
of the Montenegrin frontier, where
Bulgaria and Austria are trying to ef-
"ect a completion of the iron ring,
Berlin says the Serbians have been
thrown'i back along the entire line after
hard fighting, again illustrating the
stubbornness of the defenders in yield-
ing omnly inch by inch.

?1:rry C. Cault, president of the
l1lic s i an Union, c"'-'lcaly announced

Yesterday marked the beginning of
the flinal week of time anti-tuberculosis

yesterday the nrames af the men who( campaign in Ottawa county; it also
are to serve on the program an(] fin- 'marked the beginning of the prelimli--
ance comm3rittees for the first E, nioa nary work of a three weeks' campaign,
dinner to be held on Dec. 1. in Grand Traverse county, During the
ThIro wc mmte i e fl ast week daily free exam inations have
low: \, all:ceFE. Reid, '16E, chair-I beets held in H~olland, Zealand, Gran,
man- :Meixin M. IBeaver-, 16; Waldo ;
Hursut, '16, NT Lee Watson, 'INE, and Haven and Coopersville, and before the
Charles F-i'.bIoos, '18. lend of the present week hundreds of
The :finance committee is as fol-
people will have been examined.
lows: A. M. Bentley, '16, chairman; ;Mlycrsaedsoee nec
J. W. Thomas, '16; Earl Pardee, '17; j aycssaedsoee nec
A Arthusr L. Kirkpatrick, '18; H1. G.! county that had not 'previously beeii
H-loch, '9;John Breymann, '16E; K.I diagnosed as tuberculosis, even though
F. alkr,'17E; J. D. flibbard, '18; time patient had been examined. The
,JI -Ba emn,'IDE; Wim. 'sseny campaigns of the state health xworkers
'1G; . 1. oodrich, '17L; E. D.'serve to sonic degree to remove the
Crum3aker, '16E; Joseph Darnall, 1needless fear of tuberculosis. In all
'181; SyiwySiiprnan, '17; C. A. Cos- these cases the fact is emphasized that
gr o e,'17;Lal Fischer, '18P; C. tuberculosis, if discovered in the early
Adamns, '18 ; NY. W. Pearl, '16A and A. stages, is one of the easiest diseasesz
W'. Burr-ett,.SA to cure.e
The price of :'lmis ,ionl has been The advice constantly givemi is, "Be-
set at 5+,;o,,and time program fo ,r the oc-,gin time cure early; delaynmeans death."l
casion will be annouedt a_ t a later; That this miethod works is showvn byl
date,. the fact that in the counties where the
- --campaigns have been held many of the1
UNIVERSITY NO(TICES physicians are deluged with people1
Fresh Dents will hold m eet in asking to be examined to make suref
time Dent Amphitheater at 13:47) this whether they have the disease or not.rN
afternoon to elect a baske:tball moan--___
agter. This year,. the said e as last year, t
Banad meets tonight at 7'-00 in: "We'll be there." Stark Taxicab Co.,o
Wttiatermian gym, to play at the smlokier. -25,oct5tf jIt

Vest Praises Penus8ylVAis Defense
Pimladieiphia, Nov. 15.-At Franklin
yield this afternoon Dr. Carl Williams
stated that the Pennsylvania team had
impressed itself favorably upon Field-
ing Yost, Michigan's coach. Yost de-
clared after the game on Saturday that
the Quakers' defense was stronger
than that of Cornell. According to the
Wolverine mentor, the Penn team
oughmt on Thanksgiving day to give
Cornell the hardest game it has had
this season.

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