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T HE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of
Michigan. Published every morning except
Monday during the university year.
Enteredsat the post-office at Ann Arbor as
Offices: Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
scriptions: by carrier or mail, $2.50. Want
ad. stations: Quarry's, Students' Supply
Store, The Delta, cor. Packard and State.
Phones: Business, 960; Editorial, 2414.
Francis F. McIinney..Managing Editor
John S. Leonard.........Business anager
R Rodgers Sylvester. ssigmnent Editor
To~m C. Reid ... ......:.....Trelegraph Editor
Verne Burnett............Telegraph Editor
E. P. Wright.................Sports Editor
udward Mack ... . dvertising Manager
Kirk White............Publication Manager
Y. R. Aliseler Circulation Manager
C. V. Sellers................... Accountant
C. T. Fishleigh ..Assistant Business Manager
Edwin A. Hyman Joseph J. Brotherton
[. C. B. Parker I . A. Fitzgerald
Leonard W. Nieter Martha Gray
Irwin Johnson Lee Joslyn
Wiliam . Newton Waldo R. Hunt
Albert E. Horne Roscoe Rau
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1915.
Night Editor......William F. Newton
A movement is on foot among a few
interested men on the campus looking
toward the establishment of a Winter
Carnival such as is held at Dartmouth
every year. Overtures have been made
to the J-Hop committee to put the
scheme into execution as an adjunct
to the year's big social function, yet
we fail to see how such a transitory
body can successfully swing the com-
bined propositions. The idea is a good
one, and providing no organization can
be found to take the initiative in the
matter it presents some other ideas
which may be worth while.
There is little offered here at
Michigan to relieve the monotonous
work of the class room during the
winter months. The gymnasium is
overcrowdedtand inadequate, altho the
outdoor running track may relieve
this congestion to a small degree. Not
until the new Union is built will there
be any plunge to take care of swim-
ming and diving contests. But there
is one opportunity for winter sports
that has been generally overlooked.
We refer to such sports as skating,
skiing and snowshoeing.
The intramural department has tak-
en up hockey and organized it as an
inter-class sport, and their work on the
whole has been successful. This is
all the more reason why they should
take over the opportunities that pre-
sent themselves for organized outdoor
exercise. The expense should not be
great, but if this is too much of a draw-
back it might be partly offset by as-
sessing entrance fees on the classes
and individuals that compete.
CITIZENS OF BATTLE CREEK TO
hATE EXTENSION COURSE SOON
ProF. C. H. Van Tyne Offers Lectures
in American History in
Battle Creek citizens are to attend
one of the University extension
courses, due to the arrangements that
have been completed by which Prof.
C. H. Van Tyne is to give a two-hour
course in American history at that
The course will cover approximate-
ly the same ground as that covered
by the course given here in American
history, which covers the Revolu-1
tionary war period up to the year of
1800, that being Professor Van Tyne's
particular field of investigation.
Treasurer R. A. Campbell of the
university will visit Battle Creek next
week in order to complete the enroll-
ment in the course.
UNIVERSITY WOMEN RAISE
MONEY FOR HOSPITAL CAR
Under the direction of the Women's
League contributions from university
women for the equipment of a hospital
car were received at tables in the lib-
rary on Wednesday, but the amount
realized was small. The various
sorority houses were asked to make
their Thanksgiving offering to this
cause but only a few have been
heard from up to the present time.
All money is to be sent in checks to
Mrs. Lombard within the next three
PROF. T. C. TRUEBLOOD READS
PAPER AT CHICA GO MEETING
Prof. Thomas C. Trueblood, of the
Oratory department, is now in Chi-
cago attending the meeting of the,
National Council of English Teachers,
which is being held in the Auditorium.
Professor Trueblood will read a ra-
per on "Preparation of Teachers for!
Oral English" before the Qrganiza-;
REPLY TO D._MAY'S LETTER
W. H. HOBBS WRITES ON MILI-
TARY TRAINING QUESTION AND
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
Dr. May's article in today's issue of
the Daily has raised visions of an
immediate demand upon the state
for a great armory costing some
hundreds of thousands of dollars.
May I say that the committee of the
senate took up this matter with an
army officer, and found that the
space beneath the south bleacher can
be used to good advantage for drill
purposes in inclement weather, and
can be fitted up with places to store
rifles and equipment and with an of-
fice for the commandant for about
$1,500. Lighting could not exceed
$150 per year. In the near future
when it is expected the north bleach-
ers will be constructed, an additional
expenditure of say $10,000 for a truss
and enclosing wall will make possible
a clear drill space 350x100 feet.
As regards reaction upon gymnas-
ium military training, I recall that
at the University of Wisconsin it was
the need of an armory which brought
the combined armory and gymnasium,
at the time one of the best in the
WM. H. HOBBS.
Y. W. C. A. PRESIDENT RECEIVES
TELEGRAM FROM JANE ADDAMS
Urges Conference of Neutrals
Find Settlement of European
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of the Valley.
For those who are prevented from being at the family feast there is the thoughtful
sentiment epressed by flowers telegraphed and delivered Thanksgiving morning,
no matter if the dinner table be thousands of miles away.
Orders left with me now will be forwarded to the local florist.by mail, thus saving
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FOUNTAIN PENS SOLD AND REPAIRED
I. F. SCHULEEDE 340 S. State
Marion Stowe, '16, president of the
university Y. M. C. A. yesterday re-
ceived the following telegram: %
"For the sake of all the anxious
mothers dreading that their sons may
be added to the 10,000,000 men already
killed or crippled in this war will
you strengthen the appeal to be made
next Friday by Ethel Snowden of
England, and RosiskaWilson of Hun-
ary, to President Wilson by telegraph-
ing him immediately at Washington
something as follows: "We urge a
conference of neutral nations dedicat-
ed to finding a just settlement of this
EMILY BAILEY SPEAR.
Immediately the following telegram
was sent to President Wilson:
"We, the Y. W. C. A. of the Uni'er-
sity of Michigan, urge a conference
of neutral nations dedicated to finding
a just settlement of this war."
MRION F. STOWE, Pres.
EVA LEMBERT, Sec'y.
Grain Blockade Stops the Shippers
New York, Nov. 26.-What might
be termed a grain blockade is now
stopping eastern exporttrade. Buf-
falo now has about 5,000,000 bushels
of grain afloat, and her elevators are
filled to capacity. New York and
Philadelphia elevators are also
blocked with grain to be delivered as
late as February.
There is so much grain in the east
at present that it is next to impossible
to move grain in anything like a nor-
mal manner. Added to this is the
freight situation. Norwegian steam-
ers are out of the business for the
present and. many ships are being
used in war relief work instead of for
WONDER IF THE WRITER FELL?
Practical Joker Visits Library and
Exposes Under-fed Students
The hunger of the university stu-
dent is often thought of as a search
for learning. Apparently, however,
there is a demand for another kind of
nourishment if one may judge from
the following notice in the upper read-
ing room of the university library:
"Graduate Students 'Desiring Eats
Please Apply at Desk."
Many were the snorts and giggles
as "Eds" and "Co-Eds" viewed the
placard, gathering courage to apply,
and some time elapsed before the at-
tendant discovered that someone had
removed the first letter of the
"Seats" which were being advertised.
N. B.-The culprit is still at large.
CARNEGIE, ON BIRTHDAY, SEES
RESTORATION OF PEACE SOON
New York, Nov. 26.-Andrew Carne-
gie celebrated his eightieth birthday
today at his home. Asked for a birth-
day message, he said: "All goes well
with me. The world grows better,and
we are soon to see blessed peace re-
stored and a world court established,
when, in the words of Burns, 'Man to
man the world o'er shall brothers be
for 'a that.'
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METAL EXPERT SPEAKS MONDAY
Prof. Thomas West Gives Lecture on
"Structure of Metals"
CHICAGO CONTRIBUTES TO LOAN
Over $50,000,000 Subscribed by Windy
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An opportunity to hear one of the Chicago, Nov. 26.-Bankers of this
greatest metallurgists of the present city have aided British credits to a
day is offered to engineering and great extent. The amount of the
$500,000,000 Anglo-French loan so
chemisty students, as well as the fa- $500,000,000 A lrench oaeso
far subscribed :here is approximately..
culty in general, by the coming to Ann $50,000,000 and it is understood that
Arbro rf ThomsWestpo
Arbsor o rf hma et r-an additional $100,000,0.00 may be se-
fessor of metallurgy at McGill univer ured in the form of acceptances.s
sity, Montreal, who will speak on An arrangement of this.sort, however,
"Structure of Metals," at 7:30 o'clock has two drawbacks. In the first place,
Monday evening in room 165 of the it must conform strictly to the Fed-
Chemistry building.-eral Reserve laws. Then, too, the
Professor West is a graduate of an London banker is inclined to hang
English university, and has been edu- back in allowing Americans to per-
cated under the most prominent me- form a banking function which he
tallurgists of England, most of his regardsparticularly as his own. It
work having been done under Car- is almost certain, though, that under
penter. He is personably acquainted the pressing circumstances English
with Stead, Hatfield, Desch, and other commercial men will not allow tra-
men whose work in the field of me- ditional pride to enter into an affair
tallurgy has won ther world-wide re- of this sort.
The talk is given under the auspices ALUMNAE OF PI BETA PHI HOLD
of the Phi Lamba Upsilon society, ANNUAL THANKSGIVING PARTY
and is open to the general public.
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CORRECT ERROR IN DATE FOR
MICHIGAN UNION DINNER
Contrary to a report which appear-
ed in a recent issue of The Daily, the
Michigan Union - membership ,dinner
will be held Wednesday evening, at
6:00 o'clock, instead of Tuesday.
Lyndon's for Kodaks, films, finish-
ing. Open Sundays, 9:30 to 4:30 only.
Chicago, NOV. 29-Mvembers or the
Chicago Alumnae of Pi Beta Phi held
' their annual Thanksgiving reception
yesterday afternoon at the Chicago
College club. Miss Virginia Chester
and members of the chapter located
' at Northwestern University acted a,
hostesses. A number of out-of-towa
guests were entertained.
Call Lyndon ror a good Flashlight.
business, write Michigan Daily, Box berle & Son's Music House, 110 SouthI
nov27tf I Main street.