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id white; engineers-scarlet

and white;
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the insignia of rank in the army are
Icult for the civilian to remember.
re is a list which will enable any-
e not affiliated with myopia to dis-
guish a private from a commanding
cer and a chaplain from a sergeant:
-eneral-four stars of silver; lieu-
.ant-general-three stars of silver;
jor-general-two stars of silver;
gadier-general-one star of silver;
onel-eagle of silver; lieutenant-
onel-silver oak leaf; captain-two
ver bars; first lieutenant-one sil-
r bar; second lieutenant, one gold
; chaplain-silver cross on collar.
[he service hat cords are: gold for
aeral officer, gold and black for of-
ers of the line and field, also of-
ers of the reserve militia and vol-
eer training corps, and red, white,
I blue for the reserve of officers
,ining corps.
Cords for enlisted men are as fol-

STANDARD OIL COMPANY PLANS
BUILDING OF NEW WAREHOUSE
The Standard Oil Company will im-
prove its service here by making an
appropriation for a three story brick
warehouse, 100 by 80 feet, to be built
on the present site of its plant. Sur-
veyors are now on the grounds, but
actual work will not begin until
spring. Three motor trucks having
been allowed, the use of horses will be
discontinued. These improvements
with the $12,000 filling station place
the local service on a par with larger
cities.
You will :iways find satisfaction by
adveritsing in the Daily.-Adv.

antry - light blue; artillery - I
et; cavalry-yellow; staff de-
ient-black; medical department
,oon and white; field clerk--sil-
ind black; V. T. 0. and R. M.-
ad white; 'service school detach-,
-green; S. A. T. C.-olive drab;-

CAMPUS ORGANIZATIONS
All information for the Stu-
dents' Directory must be mailed
to the editor, Press building,
before Saturday. Office hours of
the Directory are 10:45 to 11:45
o'clock and 2:45 to 5 o'clock.

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Sweet Breads and Roast Veal with Dressing
Green*Peas and Mashed Potatoes;
Celery and Cranberry Sauce

YOST WEARS FAOU
SMILE AT PRCTICE
FOLLOW1NG A DAY OF BLACK-
BOARD TALKS, DRILL IN
SIGNALS
With one of his famous smiles beam-
ing across his face, the Wolverine
hurry up man put his proteges
through a vigorous signal drill yester-
day afternoon at Ferry field. Despite
the dampness that prevailed over the
field, the gridders went through the'
drill as though they were fighting the
hardest game of the season.
Coach Wears Smile
Coach Yost wore his characteristic
smile as in days of old, with the spirit
of it being absorbed by the men.
Such pep as they exhibited yester-
day strengthens the promises for a
world beating team, a hundred per
cent.
Folowing an afternoon spent in the
clubhouse, because of rain, the men
put into practical use what they had
learned from the coach. The black-
board talk of the day previous proved
invaluable to the gridders, while the,
new plays were run off with the finest
precision.
With Knode at the pilot position the
team responded to the signals of the
new plays as though they were re-
hearsed every day. The little quart-
erback is working himself into a high
degree of accuracy in the game, and
promises to be one of the wonders of
the year.
Despite the fact that more'than a
half month will intervene before the
Yostmen will meet any foreign op-
position, Coach Yost is keeping his
boys in trim, that he may be ready to
meet the Maroons on Nov. 9.
Still Working Line
Still trying to make a stonewall of
his line, Coach Yost has his linemen
charging and blocking each other,
teaching them how to make a hole in
the line of the oposition, or how to
keep one from being made in their
own line, Although the line is show-
ing a great deal of improvement it is
still not to tha liking of the coach.
Forward pass practice was also giv-
en the backs. With the practice
ahead of them not to be interrupted
by a singletgame for at least two
weeks, the team will be in tip top
shape for the Chicago contest.
Unofficial Soceer Team Proposed
Soccer fans in the University will
have an opportunity to see an unof-
ficial school soccer team in action be-
fore the season closes. A meeting
will be held at Ferry field this after
noon, to formulate plans for the or-
ganization 'of an eleven. Practices
will be arranged for, and all men ,m
terested will be urged to tryout work
to begin immediately.
1asketbFtll Star Dies
Jimmy Rice, '11, fornir Varsity
basketball player died at his home in
Detroit, Thursday. Rice played on the
first quintet, which performed on a
University court, playing both in 1910
and 1911. He graduated with honors
as a chemical engineer, and before
his death was cheif metallurgist of
the Hudson Motor company.
Patronize our advertisers-Adv.

VARSITY NOTICE!

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Every man of the Varsity I
football squad is to report at
Ferry field in full uniform,
promptly at 2:45 o'clock this aft-
ernoon. The official picture of
the 1918 football squad will be
taken then.
HOCKEY, TENNIS, AND DRILL
PROVE POPULAR WITH GIRLS
Approximately 400 underclass wo-
men are taking either hockey, tennis,
archery or military marching, this
fall, according to a report recently is-
sued from the office of the physical di-
rector. This number is divided equal-
ly between the two lower classes.
Of the freshmen, about 65 are en-
rolled in archery, 80 in hockey and
tennis and 50 in military marching.
Of the second year women, 80 are
taking tennis, 50 hockey, and 60 arch-
ery and military marching.
Hockey-teams will be chosen before
Friday, Nov. 1. All desirous of trying
for these teams are requested to report
for practice as follows. Seniors, 2:30
o'clock on Tuesday and Thursday; and
4:15 o'clock on Wednesday; juniors,
4:15 o'clock, on Tuesday and Thurs-
day, and 3:30 o'clock on Monday;
sophomores, 4:15 o'clock on Monday
and 2:30 and 4:15 o'clock on Wed-
nesday; freshmen, 3;30 o'clock on
Wednesday.
The shortness of the season neces-
sitates the playing joff of the matches
in tennis as quickly as possible. When
a match has been played, the contest-
ants are to notify Emma Riggs, '19,
and post the result in the Women's
league room, University hall.
A tournament will be held in arch-
ery at the end of the season. Extra
practice periods, in the sport will be
afforded the women at 3:30 o'clock on
Thursday afternoon.
Always-Daiy service-Always.

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