rHE MICHIGAN DAILY.
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Just Received Genuine
When you're out looking fof your Winter
Csercoat, just pay this store a visit. We don't
sk you to favor us, but we do insist that you'll
regret slighting us.
There isn't a finer, smarter or complete
showing of Oi ercoats than ours in Town and
wc ll show you prices that you can't beat any-
It's time to get a good Scrap Book,
so well made that it will last all
your life. We have it.
Yep, unpacked the Hawaiian Bouncing Fleas, or Ukuleles \es-
terday and have them all tuned up ready for your inspection.
They're Ilingers, boys, made of the real stuff, genuine Koa
wood, the native Hawaiian wood you have heard s0 much about.
When you slide your lingers over the strings you get a sound
that is as sweet as a harp and as clear as a bell. You'll be delighted
when you have heard them and be glad that you put off buying when
you see them.
They are priced as high as two ten spots and as low as two fives.
Genuine Ukulele, instruction b6ok and case; a $15 value for
special price of $12.
Allmendinger's Music Shop
122 E. Liberty St.
324 S. State Street
Wadhams & Co's Corner
wL _ t -zly
and gain the admiration of all
by having your next suit
ARTHUR F, MARQUARDT
516 East Wllilam St. Phone 1422-J
RECEPTION FOR FOREIGN
STUDJENTS_ THIS EVENING
Men From Many Lands Make Up Pro-
grftm; President and Deans
President-Emeritus James B. An-
gell, Regent Junius E. Beal, Secretary
Shirley W. Smith, the Board of Advis-
ors for Foreign Students, and all for-
eigners enrolled in the university,
have been invited to be present at the
second annual faculty reception for
foreign students to be given by Pres-
ident Harry B. Hutchins and the deans
of the various colleges and schools
in Barbour gymnasium tonight.
Prof. J. A. C. Hildner, chairman of
the program committee, has arranged
a varied program for the occasion.
President Hutchins will give the
words of welcome. W. C. Achi, '17L,
a native Hawaiian, will sing, "Fight,
Men of Michigan," of which he is the
composer and author, and one or two
Hawaiian songs. Carlos Zannelli,
'19E, who comes from Chile, will give
several operatic selections.
Narayan Hardiker, grad., a Hindu,
will speak on the life of the late Dean
Karl E. Guthe and his relation to for-
eign students. Qua Ling Young, grad.,
will represent the Chinese, and Hus-
sein S. Feize, '18E, whose home is in
Constantinople, will play a piano solo.
I IVOEPPEB TO OPEN "Y"
SCHOOL AT MeMILLEN HALL
Groups of Men From Four University
Classes to Organize
"A university man's need of real
study of religion," will be the topic
with which the Rev. George C. Knoep-
per, of the Christian church of Ann
Arbor, who has been secured in place
of Mr. Lloyd C, Douglass, will open
the first meting of the "Y" School for
Studies in Religion. The backers of
the new institution will meet in Mc-
Millan hall at 7:00 o'clock tonight.
In addition to the general talk by Dr.
Knoepper, groups of freshmen, sopho-
.more, junior and senior classes will
Ward. Sicler, '18E, has been appoint-
ed to take charge of the administrative
work in connection with the school.
Rev. Roy W. Hamilton, '06, who has
had general advisory charge of the
work will preside at the first meeting
and will give a short talk explaining
the purpose of organizing this new
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M EN'S and Women's
Fraternities and Clubs
may obtain new table linens
and napkins at substanti illy
lower prices in our
Included are the celebrated
Shamrock Linens made by
John S. Brown & Sons in
Belfast. The sale is an important
oue, for it will be quite impossible
for us to duplicate present prices
after November 24th.
S. C. A. CABINETS MEET TONIGHT
Busrah Project to be Discussed; May1
Announce Campaign Date
The S. C. A. cabinets will hold a
combined meeting tonight at 5:30
o'clock in Newberry hall. A supper
will be served, at which the board of
directors of the association will be the
guests of the student boards.
The Busrah project will be discussed
and it is probable that some announce-
ment as to the time of the campaign
this year will be made by the
committee. Announcement will also
be made of the desire of the local or-
ganization to cooperate with a nation-
wide movement to raise funds for the
"Y" work in the trenches of the war-
ridden countries of Europe. If pos-
sible some feasible scheme to raise
the sum of $1,000 will be decided upon.
-ophomore Engineers Assemble Today
Sophomore engineers' assembly will
MANY WOMEN ENROLL IN CLASSES
Elective Swimming and Dancing Or-
"The elective enrollment in physical
education for women is greater this
year than ever before," said Miss Alice
Evans, physical director of Barbour
gymnasium, yesterday. "The classes
in dancing are large and, although we
arranged extra classes in swimming
and secured twelve teachers, there
were many who could not be accom-
modated. Basketball also bids fair to
claim a large place in our athletics
thisayear. There is some good mater-
ial available for the teams."
Miss Evans spoke of the success of
the honor point system which was in-
stituted last year for the purpose of
arousing interest in women's athletics
and rewardng those who participated
in the various sports. "I have had no
difficulty in securing squad leaders
and if enthusiasm is an indication,
there will be a great many awards
made this year."
All 10-mile hikes are awarded one
point. Certain geology field trips
come under this classification. A com-
plete schedule of awards can be had
from Miss Evans.
POOR LIGHTING DISCONTINUES
OUTDOOR PRACTICE OF CLUB
Outdoor practice for members of the
Rifle club will be discontinued after
Friday on account of poor lighting
conditions, and indoor practice will be
started in earnest. Men desiring to
finish the qualification course, should
report at State and Packard streets
Friday to catch the 1:05 o'clock car.
Men who have had any practice since
the former qualification shoot should
not report unless willing to cover the
entire course again.
Ufer Leads Zal-Gaz-Grotto Contest
Returns in the Zal-Gal-Grotto popu-
larity contest up to date are as fol-
The movement which is the out-
growth of the experience of the "Y"
committee in religious education at
Michigan for the past four years, is
an entirely new method of tackling
this religious study problem. Last
year 19 groups of men were formed
under "Y" auspices. These groups
met one hour a week and discussed
problems in which the men were in-
terested. No attempt, however, has
been made until this year to make the
men feel that they were part of a
general campus-wide movement, which
has the backing of all the churches
and Y. M. C. A.
IELENS ORGANIZE AT DORMITORY
Martha Cook Girls With Same Cogno-
men Form Club.
Unusual Types in
Dres tor the
SOUTH AMERICAN POLICY WRONG
Buenos Aires Business Man Criticises
United States Trade Methods
According to H. S. Dudley, an Am-
erican merchant in Buenos Aires, Am-
erican commercial interests are on the
wrong track as far as their trade rela-
tions with South America are concern--
ed. Mr. Dudley. favors the establish-
ment of branch banks in South Am-
erica, such as have been organized by
the National City Bank of New York.
"America has been told that now is
the psychological time for its business
men to break into South American
trade," said, Mr. Dudley. "But are
they going about this in the right way?
Unless more credit is given to South
American merchants, English and
German business men will continue to
cling to the advantage in trade that
they had before the start of the war."
Mr. Dudley is president of the River
Plate Commercial company of Buenos
Aires and is one of the South Ameri-
can representatives of Swift and com-
Chemist Will Lecture Next Tuesday
A. L. Ferguson, of the chemistry de-
partment, will read a paper on, "A
Study of the Hydrochloric Concentra-
tion Cell with Respect to Activity and
Concentration, Boundary Potential,
and Transport Numbers," before the
regular monthly meeting of the Mich-
igan branch of the American Chemical
society, to be held in room 151 of the
chemistry building at 4:15 o'clock
At the business session which will
be held at the same meeting, officers
for the ensuing year will be elected.
Coupons Not Good for Coming Game
Owing to the fact that the Ann Ar-
bor high school has rented Ferry
Field from the Athletic association
for Saturday's clash between Ann Ar-
bor and Detroit Central, student ath-
letic coupons will not be accepted for
admission. The admission price for
the game will be 50 cents.
The modes presented express youth, and its symbol
simplicity in every motif and line. Sophistication
and maturity'are absent, verve and esprit ever present
in accord with the ideas and ideals established by
the celebrated couturiers to the "Jeune Fille."
Everything in apparel for College. Sports
and Formal Wear from Hats to Boots
from Undergarment to Outergarment
You are cordially invited to visit the
Bonwit Teller & Co. shop when in New
York and to correspond on matters of Fashion.
Have we too many societes on our
campus? So they say. But there was
room for one more at any rate. Not
long ago the following notice appear-
ed on the bulletin board of the Martha
"Notice to Helen - Each 'Helen' is
urged to come at 5:00 o'clock to Helen
Richie's room and help organize a
Five o'clock saw fourteen of them-
freshes, sophs, juniors and seniors, too
-crowded together. Of course there
was some confusion of names but this
was soon done away wth when some-
one suggested numbers. A motto was
chosen but its nature was such that it
will forever remain a secret in the
hearts of the Helens.
GEOLOGY STUDENTS PLAN TO
TRAVEL TO SIBLEY QUARRIES
Three classes in geology, number-
ing about 250 students will unite in
an excursion to the Sibley quarries in
Trenton, Michigan, on Saturday.
This trip is one of the regular Sat-
urday journeys taken for the purpose
of illustrating the lectures in geology
given during the week. The Sibley
quarries are the only spots in the vi-
cinity where the rocks crop out of the
ground in sufficient numbers to facili-
tate experimental work.
The party will leave by special train
on the Michigan Central railway at
7:45 o'clock, arriving at Sibley at
about 9:30 o'clock. Two hours will
be spent at the quarries, the train for
the return trip leaving at 11:30
o'clock, arriving in Detroit in time to
make connections with the Grand
Rapids express which arrives in Ann
Arbor at 1:17 p. m.
WHERE DO YOU EAT?
Of Course at the
Breakfast, 10, 15; 20
Dinner and Supper, 20, 25, 30, 35
Try a bowl of our delicious
Orchestra at Sev ev~~at
be held at 9:00 o'clock today in room lows:
348, Engineering building. Dean A.j Joe Ufer, 416 votes; L. Lisle, 310;
H. Lloyd, of the graduate department, 1"Hal" Smith, 200; George Labadie, 150;
will speak. Speeches will be given Thomas Soddy, 150; John Maulbetsch,
also by the newly elected officers, and 135; Herbert Wilson, 125; "Pat"
the class president, W. M. McKee, will Smith, 100; Harry Parker, 100; "Bill"
make committee appointments. Cochran, 100; and Harry Gault, 100.
Many Interested in Upper Room Class
Increasing interest is being taken
each week in the Upper Room Bible
class, which meets every Saturday at
444 South State street. It is expected
that the total enrollment will exceed
200 university men Saturday. The.
topic, "Science and Religion," will be
concluded at this meeting. The course
in "Study of the Prophets" will be
continued this afternoon, beginning at
4:10 o'clock, and all students are cor-
dially invited. Nearly a score of men
and women attended. the Wednesday
class in introductory study.
For quick MESSENGER CALL see
last ad on BACK OF TELEPHONE DI-
RECTORY. Phone 79. A.'17E.
Charge Blocking of Red Cross Supplies
Berlin, Nov. 17.-"The semi-official
Nord Deutsc6e Allgemeine Zeitung
publishes a letter written by the Am-
erican Red Cross to the president of
the German Red Cross," the Overseas
News agency announces, "stating that
the American Red Cross was unable
to send certain medical supplies to
Germany because the British govern-
ment refused permission for the ex-
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lhc Vcry Bcst Ukulcics
are made of KOA WOOD, a species of Hawaiian Mahogany.
It is exceedingly beautiful in appearance, andtcapable of im-
parting those enchanting tones known only to the natives.
Wo are State Agents for the Genuine M. Numes & Sons Ukuleles
CRINNELL BROS. MUSIC HOUSE
116 S. Main St. Phone 1707.
UKULELES FROM $6.00 UP-COMPETENT INSTRUCTIONS
Dancing classes and private
at the Packard Academy.
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