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vised late today of the reception of
the Germans at 10:35 o'clock in the
morning and its result. Secretary
Lansing immediately made the news
public when it was received. Subse-
quent unofficial reports of the move-

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d from Page One)
ig committee of the So-
nsidered the entire pol-
and its solution were
e decisions of an ulti-
Philip Scheidenann,
er of the German cab-
faximillian.

he decisions:
e right of public

as-

d: The military and police
)rdered to exercise great re-
The immediate trans-
of the Prussian government
formity with the views of
ity in the reichstag.
1 Greater Socialist influ-
bie reichstag.
The abdication of the em-
3 the renunciation of the
n prince."
perial chancellor was asked
before noon, accepting the
s, otherwise the Socialists

ments of the German courier and
knowledge of the difficult roads, over
which he must travel for. 100, miles,
after leaving the Allied lines, lead to
the conclusion that he could not get
back for a reply before tomorrow,
even if he was not kept waiting for
a decision.
In the meantime a result is awaited
'here with entire confidence and calm.
American and Allied military men say
that the end must come quickly, one
way or the other; and that if the Ger-
mans are unable to agree among,
themselves and accept the Allied
terms, the problem will be settled
for them with no great delay. Some
believe that acceptance is assured and
will be hastened, now that the final
effort to quibble with hostilities is
ended, on the theory that even the
'kaiser himself must realize that un-
less peace is made quickly there will
be no government in Germany ,to
make it.
USacrifices Small"
Says Dr. Wishart

ov. 8 (4 P. M.).-Describ-
rival of the German envoys
nich lines, the Intransigeant
automobiles carried white
were. preceded by a trum-
mne French soldiers under
approached them on. the
>utside the lines.
gates established their iden-
owed their credentials. The
e German party were then
. and the delegates pro-
place where they spent the
y started early in the morn-
each headquarters.
Autions in Germany
:on, Nov. 8.-The question
ermany will surrender im-
>r await to be crushed by
rmies on the western front
on at home rests with the
Marshal Foch has given
'clock Monday morning,
for an answer.

to aid this wonderful work for the
welfare of our boys, to go over the
top 50 per cent in next week' cam-
paign."
D. Wishart also told of many of his
personal experiences when in France
with the Y. M. C. A.
Old Time Pep
fleeling Called
Michigan is going to beat Chicago
and- must beat Syracuse., in order
that the entire student body will be
back of the team, the Student coun-
cil at its meeting yesterday, planned
a 'pep meeting for next Friday aft-
ernoon, Nov. 15 at 4 o'clock. The S.
A. T. C. and the naval unit will march
to Hill auditorium directly from drill.
The band and a cheer leader will be
present. Football cheers will be re-
hearsed, and "Varsity" and "The Vic-
tors" will be taught to all freshmen.
Donald K. Mirrielees, '20 M, will
sing "The Fighting S. A. T. C.," com-
posed by Abraham J. Gornetsky, '19L.
The proceeds from the sale of this
song among the students are to be
devoted to the general company fund.
Mr. Theodore H. Harrison, of the
School of Music, will direct the sing-
ing.
"Paddy" Lambert, captain of lAst
year's team and all western star, has
been appointed chairman of the meet-
ing,
As an ad4ed feature there are to
be screen sUdes sh wA of the team
and some of the indivi4ual pigyers,
besides pictures of a humb@r of the
S. A. T.C. dompanies. Names of th@
principle speakers will be an=4444
later.
Although this meeting is intended
primarily to inspire football enthusi-
asm, it is also held for the purpose
of having the students assemble "en
masse" as was the custom in former
years before an important game. A
large crowd is expected to atteud.
HOLT OF I DEPEIDE!(T
TO SPEAK HERE SUNDAY
(Continued from Page One)
man of the United War Work cam-
paign, will preside at the meeting, and
representatives of the different stu-
dent interest will occupy the plat-
form,
The balcony will be reserved for the
women of the University and the Un-
iversity naval unit until 8:45 o'clock
when it will be opened to the general
public.

MEN WANiTED!
Men are wanted to help in the ~
United War Work campaign
which will begin next week.
This is a patriotic work which
does not require much time.
Freshmen as well as others will
be eligible. Those wishing to
help should report at 5 o'clock
today to Mr. Fetter at Lane'
hall.
Navy hats stitched 60c. Also leg-
gins repaired. Quick Service. Third
floor. 834 South State St.-Adv.
ome to
For
SundayDine
Special Room for Ladies
Price - Sac
Regular Rates, $5.50 and 6.60

CALKINS'

QUARRY'S

'Tention

SOUTH U CANTEEN

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Autographed Photograph of
MAJOR DURKEE

THE KNOCKOUT

THE SURRENDER OF SAM
LATIN AMERICA IN THE PRESENT
WAR AND AFTER
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November Inlander
is now on sale at
WAHR'S SHEEHAN'S SLATER'S

"People must do their best," de-
clared Dr. Wishart, of Grand Rapids,
yesterday while speaking to the girls
of Newberry residence on behalf of
the United War Work campaign. "I
fear that after the war some of you
will diminish your donations. This
must not be. If ever money is needed
it will be after peace is declared. If
the government started to bring back
the men tomorrow, it would take
more than 18 months before all of
them could be brought home. In the
meantime military rigor would be re-
laxed a bit and temptations would be
increased a hundredfold. Amusement
must be provided for our boys."
He also said that there is too much
bluster in this country about what
we have done. "We are a much
wealthier nation than the others," he
added, "and next to them we have
done little. The Poilu has sacrificed
his all. The Sammy with a dollar a day
is a millionaire when compared to the
Frenchman with his five cents. The
women of England, by working in the
foul air of the factories, have sacri-
ficed even their beauty on the altar
of their country. We have not been
called upon to really sacrifice. We
are now asked to give to the utmost

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u-NOTICES

Arbor representative dealer in EASTMAN KODAKS, films
supplies, and photographer to Michigan Students. We do
amateur finishing business in Ann Arbor because we do
:ind that brings them and.keeps them here. - -

in 1905.

Growing bigger and better every day since.

-MUSIC-
N4OS, VICTROLAS AND RECORDS, MARTIN
GUITARS,, MANDOLINS AND UKULELES
AND ALL MUSICAL SUPPLIES AT
chaeberle & Son's Music House
. MAIN STREET PHONE 254-Fl

-Rochester

Movies tonight at 8 o'clock in
First Methodist church. "Dolly
Does Her Bit," a five real pic-
ture, and a Christie comedy.
Admission free.
Cosmopolitan club will have
its picture taken at 2 o'clock
this afternoon at White's Studio.
All candidates for iatjiation, as
well as members, are requested
to appear.
Dean Alfred H. Lloyd of the
Graduate school, will address
the Cosmopolitan club at '7:80
o'clock tonight in room 205, Un-
iversity hall.
All classes will hold meet-
ings next week to elect officers.
The Student council will an-
nounce dates later.
"Get-to-gether" at Baptist
guild at 7:30 o'clock tonight.
University men and women in-
vited.
The first meeting of the Inter-
collegiate Socialist society will
be held Sunday evening at 7:30
o'clock at 1321 Volland avenue.
All students interested are in-
vited.
ThereNwill be a meeting of the
Alpha, Nu debating society at
1 o'clock this afternoon in the
Alpha Nu . room in University
hall. Visitors are Invited.
There will be a student social
at the Congregational church
social rooms at 7:30 o'clock to-
night..
Class dancing at the Packard Aca-
demy, Monday and Thursday even-
ings. 8 to 10. Competent instruct-
or and chaperones. Private lessons
by appointment.-Adv.
A large collection of Medici Prints
on exhibition for ten days at DeFrie's
Art Store. 223 So. Main St.--Adv.

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TH E BUSINESS WORLD WILL BE CHAOTIC!
The Government, Factories and Commercial Industries of all kinds will be swamped. Fra
Belgium, Serbia, Russia, and part of Italy will have to be rebuilt. This will mean the

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Everything will be commercial.

It will

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STENOGRAPHERS, BOOKKEEPERS AND CLERKS
There will never be a greater opportunity for success for those who are ambitious avd rea
want to lend a helping hand.
GET YOUR TRAINING IMMEDIATELY
Training is necessary to success.} You cannot alford to delay.

NOVEMBER CLASSES
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