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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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CORNELL TICKET ORDERS
MUST BE AT ATHLETIC
OFFICE BEFORE 5 PIMSAT.
Xuthorities Refuse to Consider Late
Applications Till All Others
Are Filled
PROVISION MADE FOR IMEETING
DEMANDI FOR A DJOININiG SEATS
APPLICANTS ARE REQUESTED TO
FOLLOW DIRECTIONS
- CLOSEL-Y
Students of the university who
have not up to this time maifed ap-
plications for tickets to the Cornell-
Michigan game should do so before
5:00 o'clock Saturday, October 23.

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"Ukulele," made in Hawaii.
We Have Just Received A Large Shipment.
Kenneth Wiseman
Member of the Los Angeles Ad Club Quartette
and what he thinks of the M. Nunes & Son's
Ukuleles
Gentlemen:
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past several years I have uzed exclusively the instrument
made by M. Nunes & Sons. The tone of this Ukulele is
BIG, DEEP and very RICH in quality and from my per-
sonal experience I find that these necessary cdualities are
usually lacking in the other makes of Ukuleles.
Respectfully yours,
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The athletic authorities have de-
cided to accept student applications
for this game after this hour, but
with the understanding that such ap-
plications will not be considered until
all applications received prior to 5:00
o'clock have been filled.
Student applicaions for tickets will
be filled in order of classes, and the
classes in numerical order, except in
the case of students in the graduate
school, students in combined courses
and those entering the university with
advanced credit. These students will
be ranked in accordance with the
number of years at Michigan.
When student tickets only are or-
dered, application should e made on
the pink card and coupon No. 10,
properly signed, should be enclosed
for each ticket ordered. Students
wishing to sit together may enclose
their applications together in one en-
velope. Applications from students in
different classes wishing to sit to-
gether will be filled in order of low-
est class. If tickets are to be mailed
to individual applicants separate self-
addressed stamped envelopes must be
enclosed. Otherwise all tikets will
be mailed to one applicant.
Applicants may purchase five seats
outside the cheering section andase-
cure one adjacent seat in exchange
for student book coupon No. 10, prop-
erly signed in ink. The white card
should be used when tickets for other
than students are ordered.
Students are urged in sending in
their applications to be sure that ath-
letic coupon No. 10 is enclosed, that
the card is properly filled out, and, if
outside tickets are ordered, that re-
mittance in full accompanies the
order.
CLOSE MAJORITIES
MARK ELECTIONS
(Continued from Page One)
garten and M. Wilkenson; basketball
manager, P. W. Beaven and E. R.
Smith.
Fresh lits yesterday nominated the
following: President, Joseph Rosen-
feld and Cecil W. Miller; vice-presi-
dent, Hazel Beckwith and Beatrice
Gaines; secretary, Mary Case and
Gladys Atkinson; treasurer, Walter F.
Gries and Albegt Pitts; track man-
ager, F. C. Bell and H. D. Ketchum;
women's basketball manager, Mary L.
Alexander and Victoria Adams; men's
basketball manager, Bud Yokum and
Edwin K. Cunliffe; baseball manager,
G. F. Nye and Harold R. Smith; ora-
toricaldelegate, Harry Stocker and
A. E. Hobbs. The election will be
held from 3:00 to 5:30 o'clock tomor-
row afternoon in room 101, economics
building. All nominees whose names
are given above incorrectly should re-
port corrections by this noon to R. M.
Carson, '17, at 1343-M.
Fresh engineers elected the follow-
ing officers at their weekly assem-
bly yesterday morning: President, D.
P. Wood; vice-president, R. B. Ste-
vens; secretary, 1-I. A. Barton; treas-
urer, A. ). Lewis.
Due to the resignation of Joseph
Fee as candidate for junior law foot-
ball manager in opposition to Maurice
Dunne, the name of C. Mehaffy, who
was third in the nomination -vote, 'will
be placed on the ballot as a candidate
against Dunne. The election is to be
held, as was formerly announced,
from 4:00 to 6:00 o'clock Friday inj
room C, law building.
Senior laws will hold their elections
from 4:00 to 5:00 o'clock this after-
noon in room B. law building, and
senior architects will elect at 12:00

Sri E. Huron St. Near A!enel Hotel
o'clock today in the senior draughting
room in the architectural section of
the engineering' building.
Sophomore engineers will make
their nominations at 8:00 o'clock this
morning in room 348, engineering
building, and sophomore pharmics
will nominate and elect at 3:00 o'clock
this afternoon in room 303, chemical
building.
Thomas Arndt, one of the nominees
for president of the soph lit class,
has withdrawn from the race, and a
candidate to run in opposition to
Thomas McAllister will be chosen by
the class at 4:00 o'clck this afternoon
in room 101, economics building. The
election, which was to have been held
yesterday, will take place from 1:00
to 4:00 o'clock Friday in the corridor
of University hall.
Fresh homeops will meet for class
nominations at 5:00 o'clock this after-
noon in lecture room A, homeopathic
hospital.
)[ASS )EETI NG PLANS CO3IPLETE
(Continued from Page One)
kecp the tickets out of the hands of
any except Michigan and M. A. C.
students, of which latter class a large
number is expected.
M. A. C. supporters and Michigan
alumni can obtain mass meeting tick-.
ets Friday at the offices of the ath-
letic association in the Press build-
ing.
S'aion Dance Arrangements Complete
Prof. and Mrs. L. M. Gram and Mrs.
W. F. Verner will chaperone the mem-
bership dance at the Michigan Union
next Saturday evening. The dance
committee has been chosen as fol-
lows: E. A. l3artelme, '17E, chairman;
R. P. Stewart, '16; J. W. Webber, '16;
Carl P. Adams, '18. Tickets will be
on sale this afternoon at five o'clock
at the Union desk.
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PROSPECT lRIGIfT
FOR CLIAX WEEK
IN UNION CANVASS
(Continued from Page One)
cially asked from all local commit-
tees during Concentration Week, and
the central committee has planned for
a supreme effort in these closing days
of the nation-wide campaign. The
daily reports from Ann Arbor are ex-
pected to inspire every one of . the
more than3,000 men engaged inthe
work to their best efforts, and it
would not surprise those In charge
to see the final week's subscriptions
reach $400,000.
The national publicity campaign is
being pushed vigorously all over the
country, and both news and editorial
columns are being freely given in be-
half of the Union's gigantic effort.
The $1,000,000 campaign for the club
house "For Michigan Men Every-
where" has been lauded from coast
to coast, and has aroused the most
intense interest wherever it has been
discussed. Members of other univer-
sities and colleges are especially in-
terested in the endeavor of the Michi-
gan Union, and congratulatory and en-
couraging telegrams have been re-
ceived from all parts of the country.
While the greaterpart ofhthe $400,-
000 received to date has been in the
form of small subscriptions, it is ex-
pected that larger contributions will
be forthcoming toward the end of the
campaign, when the success of the
project will have become assured.
The men at the head of the national
campaign are looking to the concen-
trated efforts of the committeemen
during the final week to bring in the
remainder of the $1,000,000 total, how-
ever, and from the way reports have
been coming in at the Union offices,
their hopes appear to be well founded.
The latest report received from
Minneapolis yesterday afternoon an-'
nounced a total subscription of $21,-
000 to date, with but $4,000 remaining
to be collected to make up the $25,000
total assigned as the share of that
city. These early assignments were
made on the basis of the number of
alumni in each district, merely as a
guide to the local committees. Al-
ready a number of committees have
closely approached the totals aimed

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at, and before the end of the month
they are expected to make up for the
inevitable deficiencies that will be en-
countered in other sections of the
country.
CROSS l V TIYl'I NO VICES WILL
R AI ON SAI] RI) NY MORNING
Winner of Contest Over Three-ille
?ourkso to Be G1ii'eii
Entrant s in the novice race to be
held Saturday morning should be
ready to start from the gym at 9:45
o'clock. The race will be over a three-
mile course and is open to all men
who have never won their "C. C. C."
in the university. It is hoped that
a large number of men will, turn out
for the event.
The winner of the race will receive
a cup which will be his own personal
property. The men finishing one, two,
three will also be given the insignia
of the club. This race offers the best
opportunity for mei without experi-
ence to gain recognition in this line
of sport.
Full directions'will be given regard-
ing the course on Saturday morning.
There will be some hills to climb and
many level stretches so that the men
will be given a thorough tryout which
will aid the officers of the club in their
selections of the permanent team.
Cross country work is now booming
and present prospects Point to one of
the club's most successful years. Be-
tween 40 and 50 men are turning out
every afternoon for the run. Of this
number about 18 are in the fast squad
and the remainder are in the slow
combination. The run today will be
over the route 'to be taken by the
novices who will race Saturday morn-
ing.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Mandolin tryouts tonight, room 205,
north wing, 7:00 o'clock. Specialty
men also report.
This year, the same as last year,
"We'll be there." Stark Taxicab Co.,
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The private canoe houses at the U.
of M. Boat Livery will close for the
winter, Monday, Nov. 1st. Anyone
wishing to repair or change their ca-
noe, or remove anything from lockers,
must do so before Nov. 1st.
Oct17-19-20-21
"In a hurry?" Call Stark, 2255.
Have your rooms decorated artisti-
cally by C. H. Major & Co. Phone
237. 2038 Washington street.
oct20-21-22-23-24
Best Gym Salts in town at Switzer's,
310 South State.

While you are trying to dig out that
knotty math problem a bag of choco-
lates will taste very good. Get the
right kind at Bloomfield's, 709 N. Uni-
versity. oct21
Typewriter for Rent or Sale
Students, investigate this unsual
proposition. Try a fully guaranteed
Royal rebuilt, famous Model 1 visible
for a week. Then if you like its beau-
tiful work and easy action, rent it as
long as you wish at $3.00 a month.
After 12 months' rental'you own the
typewriter. Save money by promptly
ca.lling A. H. Cohen, resident sales-
man, 711 W. Washington street. Phone
1099. octl6eods

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