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November 03, 1918 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1918-11-03

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ats and Aprons, Lab. Cushing's Guaranteed Fountain
rons at Cushing's-Adv. Pens are the best.-Adv.
of the University of Michigan are cordially invited to
inspect our new line of

FALL SUITS
and.
TOP COATS

materials, newest models, newest colorings,
lowest prices

and

oHC
)oes SHE Like Candy I

We pack our olhn boxes of
Iichigan Chocolates,
U. oM. 71lk Chocolates

PLANS FOR UNITED WAR
WORK CAMPAIGN MADE
(Continued from Page One)
president of the Y. W. C. A; Doris
McDonald, president of the Women's
league; Earl Miles, section A, S. A. T.
C.; R. H. Jennings, section B, S. A.
T C; Abraham Gornetzky, naval unit,
and also representing the Jewish Wel-
fare board; Robert McCandless, stu-
dent president of the S. C. A.; A. M.
Elkind, of the Cosmopolitan club; Mr.
Francis Stiffler and Mr. N. C. Fetter
of the Y. M. C. A.; Major Ralph H.
Durkee; Mildred C Mighell, managing
editor of The Daily; Mr. Charles Sink,
secretary of the School of Music;
Prof. L. C. Strauss; Prof. William A.
McLaughlin; Prof. I. Leo Sharfman,
treasurer; and Mr. Kennedy, secre-
tary of the K. of C. hut.
Jimmy Taylor, an old English sold-
ier who has recently been doing Y.
M. C. A. work in the British army,
will address the committee at 3 o'clock
next Saturday afternoon in Lane hall
and also a group of 35 students who
will arrange details of the campaign.
Wilson Commends Campaign
President Wilson, in a letter to Mr.
Raymond B. Fosdick, says, "It has
been gratifying to find such a fine
spirit of co-operation among all the
leaders of these seven organi74ations.
This spirit and the patriotism of all
the members and friends of these
agencies, give me confidence to be-
lieve that the United War Work cam-
paign will be crowned with abundant
success."
AUSTRIAN EMISSARIES
RECEIVE PEACE TERMS
(Continued from Page One)
have Pointed out, probably will com-
pel the Germans to carry out a with-
drawal movement on a large scale
north and south. The line of the
Scheldt has been turned by the suc-
cess around Valenciennes, and Mau-
beuge and Mons are threatened by the
outflanking of the natural barrier of
the Mormal forest.
In Belgium, the British, French, and
Americans continue the operations
looking to the outflanking of Ghent.
Yanks Break Hun Line
West of the Meuse, the American
first army and the French fourth army
are following up the successes of Fri-
day. German resistance before the

Quemnie Gets The
Wooden Kimono
He was a gob of two meters on the
perpendicular with legs and gait of
corresponding great lengths, and he
was lonely. At last he procured by
graft, pull, or other means, an eve-
ning's shore leave. He phoned a girl.
He had forgotten everything about her
but her name and the fact that she,
too, once lived in Painted Post. He
went around to see her. Queenie isn't
a bit husky-a little over a meter and
kinda dollish. and oh de-arish. All
dance halls and movies being closed
by some unpopular disease, they de-
cided to walk. To put it simply, she
had walked about a kilo in all her
young existence and he, well, had he
drilled all over Ann Arbor every day
for weeks anyway. They walked
down State and then on to Packard;
it took them a little over a second.
In front of the Academy, that old
lonely feeling again overtook him.
He glanced around to that place, that
his memory told him would be occu-
pied by Queenie - but there wasn't
any little Queenie there.
You think that she had grown tired
keeping pace with the tall, tall tar's
tremendous trot, don't you?
You are all wrong.
She had died from exhaustion and
buried herself and she's been telling
everybody about it ever since.
Americans collapsed Saturday after-
poon and the Americans reached Fos-
se, an advance of more than four miles
from the positions held Friday night.
The enemy is now behind the Freye
positions and the Americans are press-
ing them hard. In front of the French
the Germans apparently are retiring
from the salient of the Bouldt forest.
Daily want ads bring results.

Price, 75 Cents

Both Men and Women

....

Mashed Potato.s

Cream of Tomato Soup
Roast Let of Veal
Sweet potatoes (Southern Style)
Creamed Cauliflower
Perfection Salad

Can't you imagine
this well balanced,

Bitter Sweat Sundae Home Made Nut Cake
Coffee - Tea - Milk

comfortable

chair
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when

TH E "Y" INN AT LANE HALL
SUNDAY DINNER 12:18 to1:45

you see it in

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store.

And

will be surprised at

the comfort that can be had from it.

and

It is a one of many designs

of quality

Varsity IBittersweets
We kprap boxes for mailing

chairs

for a modern

price shown

on

our floor.

MARTIN HALLER

112 E LIBERTY STREET

U-NOTICES

L. .. ,

BUSY BEE

Important meeting of Cercle
Francais will be held at 8 o'clock
Monday, Nov. 4.
An important meeting of the
membership committee of the
Cosmopolitan club will be held
in its clubroom, 305 University
hall, Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock.

FOOTBALL SCORES

Albion college, 56 Hillsdale, 3.
University of Wisconsin, 21; Beloit
S. A. T. C., 0.
Cleveland naval reserves, 83; De-
troit naval reserves, 0.
Case, 7; Wooster, 6.
Patronize our advertisers.-Adv.

All sophomores wishing to try
out for assistant football man-
ager are requested to report to
D. M. Springer, '19E, or H. H.
Anderson, '20, at Ferry field at
4:30 o'clock Monday afternoon.
Always-Daily service-Always.

'I

313 S. State
Phone 13

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The sale of War Savings and Thrift Stamps was lower in October
than in any recent month.
Now that the Liberty Loan campaign has come to a close, it is the
duty of every student and citizen to invest to the limit in War
Savings Stamps.

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