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The Michigan Daily, 1918-11-02

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NUmU IUlL lIEl IU tII
S. A. T. C. MAN SAYS DYSPEPSIA
MAY BECOME COMMON IN

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ting except Monday
ar by the Board in
cations.
'SOCIATED PRESS
is exclusively entitled
tion of all newsdis-
not otherwise credited
the local news pub-

Dean Myra B. Jordan will be at
home to college women from 3 to 5

CORPS.

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at Ann Arbor,

not to exceed 300 words,
ature not necessarily to ap-
as an evidence of faith, and
will be published in The
etion of the Editor, if left
to otlict..
unications will receive no
to manuscript will be re-
writer incloses postage.
not necessarily endorse the
sed in the communications.
ll........Managing Editor
.......Business Manager
Jr............City Editor
~Night editor
in........ Telegrapk Editor
en.......... Military Editor
..........Women's Editor
.......Associate lEditor
es.....Advertising Manager
.......Publication Manager
JE EDITORS
Paul G. Weber
ace W. Porter
IPORTE RS
John Kyser
Herman Justfield
Philip Ringer
Bowen Schumacher
Marie Thorpe
NESS STAFF
W in. A. ILeitzinger
NOVEMBER 2, 1918.
or-Paul G. Weber
GET THE STAMPS
r Savings stamps and
in Ann Arbor were
r than in either of the
hs. This in spite of
udent population. The
za, the Fourth Liberty
nge from civilian to
the feeling in the air
f the war is in sight
to lose'sight of the
tant Thrift stamp. We
inded of the fact that
r enemies are in the
ver happens, they will
me time to come, sup-'
ry and small loans as
>nes must be made to
to maintain our men.
p is with. us to stay as
ion's expenditures are

Editor, the Michigan Daily:-
Unless it so happens that the di-
gestive organs of army men are con-
structed more solidly than those of
people in civil life, the influenza epi-
demic will be followed by another
plague, which, if not as fatal, will be
equally potent in reducing the effici-
ency of our fighting forces. This mal-
ady is dyspepsia, a disease more oft-
en associated with the bon-vivant than
with the government-fed soldiers.
The mess-hall authoritieshere are
courting indigestion and dyspepsia
through the inadequate time which is
allowed the S. A. T. C. men for eat-
ing. An average of 15; or 20 minutes
is given the men to seat themselves,
procure;their food-often a dilatory
and difficult process-masticate the
pabulum, and gather up the individual
implements of table d'hote warfare.
If a.man chooses to eat slowly enough
to permit proper fletcherization, he is
perhaps able to dispose of one-half-
the sufficient amount of food. If he
prefers to consider his appetite rath-
er than the welfare of his digestive
tract, he invites for himself the dis-
comforts of indigestion and dyspepsia.
This latter choice is now the popular.
one.
This present unhealthy condition
can be ameliorated through a more
logical apportionment of the soldiers'
leisure time. After meals there is
generally a period of from 10 to 20
minutes during which the men are
bound to no specific duty. If this
time were added to that allowed for,
mess, the eating period would be more
nearly normal and the men would not
be forced to adopt such primitive
methods of satisfying their aptpetites.
There are few, if any, men in the S.
A. T. C. who willingly make eating
an affair of tooth and nail; but they
are compelled to consider their self-
preservation, if hasty eating can be
called such. It is their task to solve
the stomach's dilemma, and they do it
in the most natural way, even to the
point of jeopardizing ultimate comfort
and health.
PRIVATE, S. A. T. C.
Ladies' Dining Room Opens in Union
The ladies' dining room has been
opened in the new .Michigan Union
building, and will be conducted in the
same manner as it was in the old
building. Members of the Union may
come and bring their friends. As a
special convenience, a ladies' entrance
to the dining room has been provided.
Daily advertising is profitable --Adv.
Always-Daily service-Always.

o'clock Tuesday afternoon, at 1215:
Hill street. Junior girls are especial-,
ly urged to bring their freshmen.
If it does not rain there will be
hockey practice for all classes at 9
o'clock, 9:45 o'clock, and at 10:30
o'clock today. -
Registrant for playground work
are urged to sign up immediately.
Girls who expect to take indoor
military marching, basketballdor
swimming are requested to register at
once.-
No girl will be admitted to the
class work in indoor gymnastics until
she has secured her locker ticket from
the treasurer's office.
There will be a 10 mile hike to the
forestry farm today. Girls are to meet
at 10 o'clock at the North University
entrance of the Natural Science build-
ing. Further information may be se-
cured from Helen Masters, 2676.

FOR LIBERTY

The following casualties are report-
ed today by the commanding general
of thedAmerican Expeditionary Forc
es: Wounded, degree undetermined,
157.
LIBRARY POSITIONS FILLED
SATISFACTORILY BY WOMEN
All Library positions which were
left vacant by men going into qer-l
vice are being satisfactorily filled by
women, announced Mr. F. L. Good-,
rich, acting librarian. Twelve new em-
ployees have been given positions this
year, seven being from the summer
session library course. Louise, Gould,
'18, is acting as secretary to Mr. Good-
rich.
The staff is now assisting the city
campaign for the Michigan Patriotic
society by addressIng envelopes. Yes-
terday 4,750 were completed.
EDUCATIONAL CLUB ELECTS
18 GIRLS TO MEMBERSHIP
The Educational club, an honorary"
society has elected 18 senior girls to
membership. They are Agnes True,
Gertrude Bierlein, Hazel Beckwith,
Helen Hanson, Ada Arnold, Florence
Simons, Hope Ferguson, Meta Henne,'
Mrs. Margaret Martin, Florence Dee,
Miriam Clarke, Lucille Duff, Jean Mac'
Lennan, Melba Bastido, ,rDorothy
Grace, Rose Kingsbury, Grace"Bur-
rett, and Vera Lane.

ARCHITECTS ELECT
YEAR'S DIRECTORS
Reorganization of the Architectural
society took place yesterday noon in
the Engineering building. Officers and
a board of directors were elected and
a temporary program arranged. The
society intends to arrange for ex-
hibits and prominent speakers who
will help make the regular meetings.
interesting.
Membership has been extended this
year not only to students in architec-
ture, but also to students in landscape
design, who will be invited to mem-
bership and to take part in exhibits
and competitive exercises. Prominent
mcen in architectural business will be
asked to appeakr before the meetings
and tell of their experiences and the
effect, of the war upon architecture.
The aim is to show the importance of
the architect in today's business and
commercial world, and the part he
plays in the war. A greater number
of women are members of the organ-
ization this year than ever before, sev-
eralhaving recently entered the arch-
itectural college.
The officers elected are: President,
J. J. Kucera, '19A; vice-president,
Helen R Pipp, '22A; secretary, Lelah
E. Van Sickle, '22A; treasurer, J. C.
Goodyne, '21A; sergeant-at-arms, I.
C. Winans, '21A. The directors are:
C. J. Sullivan, '19A; C. M. Norton,
'19A; Ethel Fonda, '22A; J. H. Rush,
'24A; Helen 'N.ASchumacher, '22A; W.
M. Nugent, '19A:
CAMP CUSTER TO BE EXTENDED
AS FAR AS KALAMAZOO IVER
Camp Custer,' Nov. 1.-Official no-
tice has been received that Major-
general Grote Hutchesofn will arrive
soon to take command of the new┬░
Fourteenth division in place of Brig.
adler-general Laubach, who will then
take' charge of the Twenty-seventh in-
fantry brigade.
Further extensions of Camp Custer
now seem likely. The land lying west
and south of the reservation was of-
ficially inspected yesterday "In order
to asce'tain its availability for drill-
ing purposes. This land comprises
several thousand acres. It is also
expected that several small tracts of
land will be leased so that the natural
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Supplies in General
A warm welcome and best of service always at

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Hot and Cold Drinks

We make our own baked goods.

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We're at pour service with

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338 Maynard

Across from Arcade

New arrivals in Winter Millinery at very
special prices at the New Millinery Parlors. Open
Tuesday 'evenings,. 618 Packard.

boundary of the reservation will be
the Kalamazoo river.
War Board Adds New Grade of Shoes
Washington, D. C., Nov. 1.-The war
industries board announced today that
it had added one more grade to the
classification of shoes made recently.

This new grade will include those
less than $3 a pair. The other ti
class divisions are class A, $9 to $
class B, $6 to 8.95; and class C,
to $5.95.

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It pays to ask for Arrows.
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will be shown

ARCADI
The Chicago Post says:
"Tom Moore is the type of pli
er of which screen matinee id
are made. Just the sort of you
chap the American pubic likes
"JUST FOR TONIGHT"~

abit of Thrift stamp buying
hard one to acquire, and the
does not have it when this
es has evidently not done his
he winning of it. Those, who
making payments on Liberty
yve no excuse for not making
.all contributions to world
and it is often noticeable that
ty bond buyer is the stamp
r also, simply because he has
t of investing in his govern-
s the other fellow hasn't had
otism to acquire it.
me Thrift stamps whenever
'the postoffice or oftener. Get
of lending to Uncle Sam, and
vill come easy, and both you
ill be highly satisfied.
ustrians are evacuating ter-
rapidly that the Italians
me to identify the towns tak-
.inding us, by contrast, of a
,he Ann Arbor railroad.
agen reports the kaiser's
n, adding that nothing is said
crown prince. It being the
s of opinion in Berlin that
said the better.

OWN A
CORONA
portable
typewriter.
Weighs 6/ lbs. Over 175,000 in
use. Indorsed by the U. S. Gov-
e$ment. Price complete, with
case, $50.00.
0. D. MORRILL
3S2South State Street
(Over Baltimore Lunch)
Typewriters bought and sold

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That's the smart style
for young me n i n
high school and col-
.lge.
These suits have the
"lInes"and the 'drape'
and yet waste no
material.

DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(October 27, 1g1S)
(Eastern Standard' Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-7:10 a.
1n., and hourly to ,:xo p. m.
Jackson Limited and Express Cars-8:48
a. m.,, and every hour to 9:48 p. m. (Ex-
presses make local stops west of Ann Arbor.)
Local Cars East Bound-6 :oo, a. m., and
every two hours to 9:os p. im., ro:5o p. m.
To Ypsilanti only, rxx:45 p. i., 12:20 a. m:,
I:x0 a. in., and to Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-7:48 a. m., to
x2:20 a. in.
IUniversity StudentsI

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The
Hart
Schaffner
&
Marx
quality gives
you the long
service t h a t
saves.
We. have
m a n y other.
styles includ-
ing, the coats
with military
backs, and the
straight front
effect.

ly regret," said the student
nobly, "is that it begins to
if the war would be over be-
t a free ocean voyage."
se timepieces which the gobs
on their wrists aren't dog-
er rains but it pours. No,
weather; troubles for Kaiser

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To Army and Navy headquarters
fo laing and altering uniforms is
situatedat the corner of N. University
and Ingalls, where your khaki garments
will receive special attention by expert
workmen.
We call for and deliver with
1 Day Service
W. L. SLEDGB, Prop.
Open from 7:oo a. M. to 9:30p . M.
Phone 2734-W; 22644
WE BUY DISCARDED CLOTHES

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You Can Find Just What You Want. Every Thing A Student Needs.

You'll find exactly
what you want and
great values at these
prices: (Copyright 1918 Hart Schafuer & aX
s$s, so, s 2, $35 $37.50,
$40, '$42 to $45
REULE, CONLIN & FIEGEL
Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothing
Southwest Corner of Main and Washington Streets

Courteous and s
TREATMENT to ever
er, whether the accoun
or small.
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