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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE '

ONE NIGHT OfPR TI
MAIZE AND BLUE LINE-UP WILL

Knode is expected to pilot a better
game tomorrow than ever before.
HARPHAM TROPHY
M E E T POSTPONED

MICHIGAN MAKES POOREST jof Chicago were also lagging in their
RECORD ON WAR WORK DRIVE campaign. This is true but they are'
still far ahead of Michigan. The
Michigan is far behind other un- amounts stated Wednesday were incor-
iversities and colleges in the War rect. Chicago, with a quota of $25,-
Work subscription made to date. The 000, has raised $18,775; Illinois has
Daily stated Wednesday that the Uni- raised $31,0000; Wisconsin, $31,800;
versity of Illinois and the University M. A. C., $6,890, and ethers have gone

over the top easily. Michigan is not1
the only one to lag, but it is the only
one which has raised such a small
proportion of its quota. Wisconsin's,
quota is the same as Michigan's.
Prof. Wenley Lectures In Valley City
Prof. Robert M. Wenley of the phil-

osophy department returned We
day from Grand Rapids, where b
livered the first of a series of
lectures on, "What Is Philoso
These lectures are under the at
es of the Ladies' Literary clu
Grand Rapids and are given in
club-house.

NOT CHANGE EXCEPT FOR
GUARDS
Just one more night of practice re-
mains for the Wolverines before the
clash with the Aggies at Ferry field
Saturday.
Despite the wet weather and the
extreme darkness of the past few
nights, Coach Yost has succeeded in
giving his grid men thorough prepa-
ration for the coming contest with
the farmer eleven.
The lights failed to operate at Fer-
ry field last night during practise,
and part of the drill was held in to-
tal darkness. Intensive signal work
was the only thing on the program for
the evening. Split into two squads,
the Wolverines pranced up and down
the field rehearsing their plays.
Fortune May Start
Should Fortune, the heavy guard,
learn the signals well enough, before
the contest tomorrow, he will start
the fray at the right position. Fortune
has been missing from practice a
great deal this season, and returned
just before the Syracuse game.
Czsys will probably be the other
guard while the remainder, of the
team will line up as usual.
Practically the entire team is in
the pink of condition, ready for any-
thing that the Aggies, might spring
against them. It is the general opin-
ion in Ann Arbor, that the Varsity
will take the bacon from the farmers,
yet there is a feelingof doubt in oth-
er parts of the state.
Bets on the contest are running
even, with few people willingto take
a chance either, way. All agree that
the contest will be one of the hard-
est fought in the history of M. A. C.-
Michigan affairs.
Aggles Outweigh Yostmen
With the Aggie bunch outweighing
the Yostmen, they are claiming the
odds, but the victory of the Michigan
team over the Syracuse eleven, last"
Saturday, brings the favoritism, if
thereB isany, to the side of the Maize
and Blue.
Regardless of how the contest goes,
it is sure to be a fight from begin-
ning to end. Steketee will probably
figure prominently in the fracas, with
his toe counting for a great deal. Per-
rin and Cohn are being looked for-

Owing to the illness of Captain
Sedgwick, of the cross country team,
the annual five mile race for the
Harpham trophy, scheduled for to-
morrow morning, has been postpon-
ed a week.
Tuesdaykthe Conference two mile
champion developed follicular tonsi-
litis. When the other members of the
squad learned that this would be
severe enough to keep him out of a
track suit for the rest of the week at
least, they asked that the race be
put off until he could take part. Doc
May, who trains the distance men,
announces that the event will now be
pulled off Saturday, November 30,
the day the Varsity plays Ohio State
at Columbus.
The cross countrytrace will thus be
the last number of the fall athletic
program in Ann Arbor.
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AT THE THEATERS
Whitney-Mutt and Jeff in "The
Wooley West" Saturday and Sun-
day ;nights and matinee Sunday.

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TODAY

Shubert-Garrick, Detroit-"Abe"
Potash and "Mawruss" Perlmut-
ter in "Business Before Pleas-
ure."

Campus Theater, Detr
Lady, Lady."
Majestic - Wallace
"The Source."

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Cit-"Oh, *
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Reid in *
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Ar cade - Grace Valentine in
"The Unchastened Woman" and
Christie Comedy, "Just Like
Dad."

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Wuerth-Mary Miles Minter in .
"The Eyes of Julia Deep." Also *
Comedy and News. *
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Orpheur 'F. McDonald in *
"Tony Anuerica." Also Two-Reel
Comedy. *
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Personal Christmas

cards-order

IN PEACE-TIMES men are sometimes
wont to say that "Business is busi'
ness". With America at war, busi'
ness-merr ust realize today as never
before that business is service.
SERVICE to the Government first,
then service to the trade. Not in the
spirit of profit-making, but in holding
fast to sound principles and quality,
standards.
THESE TIMEs are a great training
period for the new conditions, for
the higher ideals of service and re-
sponsibility, that are coming after
the War.
THIs is a trial-time and a time of
great opportunity. The view a busi-
ness-house takes of that opportunity
is the real test of its character and its
future.'
ON THE ONE HAND, it is an oppor-
tunity for lowering of quality; it is an
opportunity for running after attrac-
tive temporary business;' of neglect-
ing old customers for new ones; of
seeking the highest bidder; of using
the situation for greater profiL, or
short-sighted, selfish ends.,
ON THE OTHER HAND, it is an oppor
tunity for broadly and fairly d( ng
one's impartial best; standing by one's
customers; treating all alike and re-
fusing to add to the difficulties of the

has DEFINITE IDEAS
of DUTY andl SERVICE

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merchant or the public bycapitaliing
in any degree on a situation that is
trying enough at its best.
THE HOUSE OF KUPPENHEIMER has
seen three American wars. It has its
roots deep in the soil and the tradi-
tions of this country. It has stood
consistently for the highest standards
of quality. It has grown steadily and
surely on the merit of its product and
the sincerity of its service.
FROM THE VERY BEGINNING of the
present situation it has been con-
cerned solely with "carrying on" in
the clear sense of 'duty a ad service.
THIS BUsiNESs is in its third gener-
ation: young in spirit but old in ex-
perience. It was not built in a day,
and it expects to live a long time
after the War.
ABOVE ALL, this House believes in
good merchandise: fine clothing in
fact-not merely by report or repu-
tation.
WITH RETAIL CLOTHING MERCHANTS
throughout the country, as with the
public, there are always some who
know. It is such we are trying to
serve. This carries the obligation to
produce the finest that is available.
It precludes the possibility, now or
ever, of relying on reputation to lower
the standard of our work.

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