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THE MICHIGAN DAIL*k,

PAGI~ ~ THE MICHIGAN DAILt.

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ever taken of Ann Arbor and the Picture-
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PROF. J. A. C. HILDNER SPEAKS
AT COSMOPOLITAN CLUB ME ETIN (
Future Sunday Afternoon Programs lo
Be Given by Members From
Various Countries.
Prof. J. A. C. Hildner spoke to the
Cosmopolitan club at its meeting Sun-
day afternoon on the aims, the name,
and the motto of the club. A mando-
lin and guitar trio, consisting of Har-
old Barber, 18E; Carl Gingrich, 19,
and Oliver Leininger, '16D, was well
received. Frank Bevin sang a tenor
solo, accompanied by H. A. Miller;
and Miss Grace Rosser sang a soprano
solo,Aaccompanied by Miss Aizora
sic. A. Menut, '1S, accompanied by
R. R. Tanner, '19, who played a violin
solo. Miss Evangeline Hur of the
school of music sang a soprano solo,
and Carlos Zanelli, 17E, a tenor solo.
Before adjourning, the audience sang
"The Yellow and Blue."
The business meetings will hereafter
be held some evening during the week,
as the Sunday afternoon programs are
to be given by students from various
countries. The Latin-Americans will
-Ihave charge of next Sunday's program

Maee Week of
Wednesday GAR ICK NO. 22
DETROIT
" LIFE9"
The Worlds Biggest Play
A R C A D03E
Shows at 3, 6:3o, S.oo, and 9:30 P, M.
Tuesday, Nov. 23.-"The Wrath of tie
Gods," a remarkable production stag-
ed by the master producer, Thos. A.
Tnce.
wednesday, NoV. 24-Beatriz Michelena
in Edward Sheldon's famous play
"Salvation Nell." Five parts.
Thiursday, NoV. 25-Einmy Vehlan, ill
"When a oman Loves." Five part
Metro drama,
Don't forget that our great "Trip
.\oun' i the Wiorld", conies every'
Satu'dayn in conection with our
reguar'f"eiture -both for o epice.
Mann's
Fine Tailored Hats
Made in
Ann Arbor
Factory Hat Store
W. W. MANN, Prop.
113 E. Huron St. Near Allenel Hotel

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I'm just a-telling you
-when you want a real smoke, get behind a pipeful of
Tuxedo and watch all the big and little Worries that
have been a-besieging you, evacuate their trenches
and make a rushin' advance to the rear. Those fragrant
whiffs of "Tux" make them feel too joyful-no self-
respecting Worry can stand for that.

Eat at the Crystal
Regular Mealsvn
Short Or ders
at All Hours
Special Attention to Ladies

The combination of the best smoking-tobacco leaf in the
world and the best method ever discovered forb tfisng
and mellowing tobacco puts Tuxedo in a class by, itself.
Kentucky's ripest, mildest Burley
leaf, when treated by the original
"Tuxedo Process" loses every trace
of bite-develops a wonderfully
pleasing fragrance and flavor that
are not found in any other tobacco.
No other manufacturer knows
the "Tuxedo Process"; that's why
no imitator ever equals Tuxedo!
YOU CAN BUY TUXEDO EVERYWHERE
Convenient, glassine wrapped,
moisture-proof pouch . ,. C
Famous green tin with gold
In Tin Humidors, 40c and 80c
In Glass Humidors, 50c and 90c
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY

DISPLAY INTEREST IN BOXNG
Instructor Westerman Delighted at
Spirit Shown by Class
of Novices.
Mr. 0. S. Westerman, instructor of
wrestling and boxing at the Waterman
gymnasium, is pleased at the interest
shown by students toward the latter
sport. While boxing is not considered
a major sport at Michigan, in fact it
is hardly to be called a minor sport, as
the men have been coming over to the
gymnasium regularly to learn the
manly art of self-defense.
"The large attendance at the classes
and the fine spirit shown by the stud-
ents has exceeded all of my expecta-
tions," said Mr. Westerman. "I did
hope to have a larger number than
were here last year, but the way the
fellows have entered into the spirit of
the game this season surprised me."
There are no numerals given for
boxing nor are there any matches held
during the year in which a man could
win a cup for proficiency in the sport.
The only benefits gained are of a per-
sonal nature, speed and self-control
being the foremost of these.
DR. FERGUSON OF CHEMISTRY
DEPARTMENT TO RE AD PAPER
Dr. A. L. Ferguson, of the chemistry
department, 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 Chem-
ical society, which will be held in
room 151 of the chemistry building at
4:15 o'clock this afternoon.
A business meeting will follow at
which officers for the year will be
elected.
CHIEF PARDON TELLS OWNERS
TO CALL FOR STOLEN WHEELS
Chief of Police Frank Pardon, has
several bicycles of various makes and
sizes in his posession which have bee
stolen from parties in the city and r ot
recovered by the owners. It is pre-
sumed that the owners do not know
where they can be found, an4 the
chief states that the wheels will be
returned to the owners if th y will
call at the police station under the
city hall and identify their property.
"JACK THE PEEPER" LOOKS IN
WINDOWS OF LOCAL RESIDENCE
"Jack the Peeper" is back on the
job again on Prspect street, after a
vacation of some months. The police
station received a call Saturdayabout
midnight from a resident of that dis-
trict, who stated that a man as prowl-
ing around and peeping into windows.
The officers responded but "Jack"
had fled before they got there. He is
said to be a man about five feet eight
inches tall dressed in a dark suit and
wearing a black cap.
Call Lyndon tor a good Flashlight
oct4eod-thurs

ROY W. HAMILTON ADDRESSES
"Y" GOSPEL TEAM TONIGHT WOMEN SEND MOTHERS MESSAGE

Members of the Y. M. C. A. depu- Mrs. Henry Ford and June Addanis
tation team which will go to Troy, Collaborate in National Move
Michigan, under the leadership of C.
C. Bailey, '17, December 10, 11 and
12, will meet tomorrow night at the Detroit, Mich., Nov. 22.-Through the
"Y." Roy W. Hamilton, grad, stud- efforts of Mrs. Henry Ford and others,
ent pastor of the Presbyterian church, all mothers throughout the United
will speak on "Evangelization in Small States, in 6,000 messages which were
Communities." to have been sent out from New York
Besides the leader, W. O. R. John- tonight to every women's organiza-
son, '17, and Archie D. McDonald, '19, tion in the country, wills be asked to

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have already been picked for thel
team. Many calls have come in for
men from small towns near Ann Ar-
bor for services during Christmas va-I
cation. The "Y" has not enough
speakers to fill these aplications.
TO HOLD MEMBERSHIP DlANCE
r UNION ON THANUSGIVING.
There will be a membership dance
at the Union on Thanksgiving Day
afternoon, with dancing from 2 to,
5:30. Tickets will cost 50 cents and
will go on sale at the Union deski
at 1 o'clock on Tuesday. The dance
committee has been announced as
follows: Hugo Braun, '16, chairman;
B. C. Bly, '17; Carleton Stryked, '16E;
Amos Paley, '18L.
The new programs which are being,
designed by the Alpha Rho Chi hon-E
orary fraternity of the architecture
department will probably be ready in
time for the dance. Fisher's orches-
tra will furnish the music, and light
refreshments will be served.

meet in their respective cities and
villages next Friday to hold a prayer
that the European war may be
brought to a speedy end. The mes-
sages will be signed by Jane Addams,
and the day will be known as "Moth-
ers' Day."
MONTANA CLUB HOLDS MEETING
IN UNION AT 8:00 TONIGHT
Montana club will hold a business
meeting and "get-together-smoker" at
the Union at 8:00 o'clock this evening.
The committee on organization, con-
sisting of Warren E. Talcott, 16L,
Frederick S. Sell, Louis F. Dahling,
17L, and Joseph R. Cotton, '16, have
drawn up a constitution which will be
passed upon at this meeting. Election
of officers will also be held and plans
will be discussed for a social event
to be held in the near future. All
Montana men are urged to be present
at this meeting.
FRESH OUTBURST OF VOLCANO
ON :MEDITERRANEAN ISLAND

GENER A L Oih E tV N (CAP ITHI+iS
VlLLA LEAD ER'S ARTILLERY
American Comnset I ICananea Wires
fires and Property of Neutrals
Are Safe
El Paso. Tex., N r. 22.-On taking
pcssession of Cananea today, General
Obregon, the Carranza commander,
found that the Villa forces under Gen-
eral Jose Rodriguez left nine pieces
of artillery and ninety wounded men
in their flight. They took all available
food.
To replace this a carload of food
was sent to Cananea today by the Car-
rnaza commander who came to the
border this afternoon for a consulta-s
tion with his lieutenant.
American Consul Montague wired
From Cananea today that all Amer-
icans are safe and that American
property was not molested, although
Americans and natives were roughly
treated in the occupation of the city.
The main force of General Obregon is
making for the west from Cananea in
an effort to reach Nogales and pre-
vent the Villa army getting back.
They are making a sortie from Her-
monsillo.
MONEY FOR AMBULANCE CORPS
COLLECTED AT HARVARD GAME
Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 22.-De-
tween the halves of the Harvard-
Yale football game Saturday, $11,-
420.39 was collected for war suffer-
ers. The money will aid the work of
the American Ambulance Corps of
France, the Harvard Surgical com-
mittee and the Polish Relief commit-
tee. One contribmutor pinned to a
five-dollar bill a note reading: "For
the Allies: may the war fail, if the
Germans get this."

NATIONAL HONOR FRATERNITY
ELECTS FIVE SENIOR MEDICS
Alpha Omega Alpha, national hon-
orary medical fraternity, elected five
senior medics to its ranks at a regu-
lar meet held yesterday. The follow-
ing were chosen: Anna G. Dumont,
Louis D. Stern, Fred P. Currie, Wil-
liam J. Egan, and Herbert F. Kinny.
indiana Club to Have Smoker Sooi.
Indiana club is planning a "get-to-
gether smoker" to be held at the
Union some time this week. The com-
mittee in charge is arranging an elab-
orate program consisting of good
music, speeches, and refreshments.
The purpose of the club is to keep
Indiana students in touch with one an-
other, and to further this plan, sev-
eral social events will be held during
the semester.
Senior Civils Plan for Camp Dance
Senior civil engineers held a meet-i
ing last night at which they discussed
plans for the camp dance. A num-
ber of committees were appointed to
look after the special features of tho
program which is to be offered.
WALLACE BEATS INDIAN KID,
Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 20.--Indian Kid
suffered a severe beating at the hands
of Eddie Wallace, the Brooklyn fea-
therweight in a 10-round fistic en-
counter here.

WHITNEY ISaturday
THEATRE Nov27
ANN ARBOR
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In PaulKester s Sparklng Coned
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Exactly as Presented in New York
and Chicago
"A joy to look at
and listen to"
"Three acts of
joyous laughter"

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PRICES 50c-$2.00
SALE NOVENBER 25

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VILLA LEADERS SAID TO BE ,
HE ADING FOR MEXICO CITY Rome, Nov. 22.-Alarming reports
still continue to reach here concern-
El Paso, Nov. 22.-News received ling the new outbursts of the Feron-
today said that General Canute Reyes doli volcano on the Litari island in
and General Beubona, the Villa lead- the Mediterranean sea. It is said
ers who are reported below Torreon now that the sides of the mountain
headed south are going to make a are cracking and streams of lava are
bold dash at the Mexican capital. still pouring into the sea and that the
This is explained as a part of Villa's people are fleeing to places of safety.
tactics in his efforts to show the world
that Carranza cannot control Mexico. EX-MINISTER OF COSTA RICA
_SUCCTMBS TO HEART DISEASE
JOSEPH E. WIDENER RECEIVES I ashington, Nov. 22.-Joaquin Ber-
ESTATE ON FATHER'S DEA.THnardo Calvo, ex-minister of Costa
--~Rico and dean of the diplomatic corps,
Philadelphia, Nov. 22.-Joseph E. was found dead in bed today. Death
Widener received the bulk of the es- was due to heart disease. He was 52
tate of his father, the late Peter A. years old.
Widener, under the provision of the _
will, which was admitted to Probate Vera Cruz Evacuated by Villa Troops.
Court today. The vilue of the estate El
is esimatd at etwen El Paso, Nov. 20-Villista forces in
is estimated at between $50,000,000JCurango state, formerly occupying the
and $70,000,000. Mr. Widener author- Parral Mining district, have with-
ized his son to present his fine art drawn to concentrate on the railroad
collection to the city of New York, junction points of Jiminez, retreating
Washington or Philadelphia. befralthe Carrazists advance under
General Herrara, according to admis-
Pryor Goes to Detroit Health Board sion by the Villa agency in Juarez.
Roy W. Pryor, '11P, who for the -_--
past three years has been assistant J. J. A. Brriusseau to Address Cercde
to Dean Victor C. Vaughan of the Med- Mr. J, J. A. Erousseau of the Archi-
ical school, has been made an assist- tecture department has been secured
ant in the laboratory of the board of by the Cercle Francais to deliver a
health of Detroit. Ned R. Smith, '12, lecture on "The School of Fine Arts in
has taken the place in Dean Vaughan's Paris", sometime in April. Mr.
office left vacant by Mr. Pryor's de- Brousseau is a native Frenchman and
parture from Ann Arbor. received his education in Paris.

ATTENTION, STUDES!
For quick MESSENGER CALL see
last ad on BACK OF TELEPHONE DI-
RECTORY, Phone 795. A.'17E,

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