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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY,

t htin which he could be asked, in the
interests of Michigan, to preface his
IAL NEWSPAPER AT THE remarks, say, as follows: In deliver-
TIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ing this lecture, I speak as a repre-
ed every morning except Monday sentative of the security league, not
he university year by the Board in
if Student Publications. as a member of the University of
R OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Michigan faculty'."
sociated Press is exclusively entitled We recommend this suggestion to
se for repuuw ation of all news dis- the attention of Professor Hobbs.
redited to it or not otherwise credited
aper and also the local news pub-
rein. WA MTEDn. A PONDn F

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WI~Zomen
University girls who have been
making comfort bags for war work
are requested by Florence Field, '20,
chairman, to turn them in not later
than today at Barbour gymnasium.

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w .alN 1 mj" : IL r V U IN tJ V E I

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ntte4 at the postoffice at Ann Arbor PREVENTION Gle
tihia',as aecozrd class matter.
Sub criptions by carrier or mail, $3.5o A second wave of influenza threat- Thu
hones: Busines960Editlss ,4ui4ing. ens us and if we do not wish to "mud- Hu
dle through," losing many valuable
Cosnuircations noSt to exceed 300 words, lives and holding up the course of
signd, the signature not necessarily to ap- T
car in print, but as an evidence of faith, and such events as demobilization, vaca- Gir
tic s oevents will be published in The tion, and University re-adjustment for Tue
aiyat 3the iscretion of the Edtor, if left n, nd
i malet omtis ofi wrce, weeks, now is the time to think and nas
Unsined omunications will receive no
ansideration. No manuscript will be r- act. Let those in authority do their al a
irned unless the writer incloses postage. part by closing public gathering pia
The Daily does not necessarily endorse the
xtirnents expressed in the communications, es promptly instead of waiting until
the epidemic is under way, and let the B
ildred C. Migheil....Managing Editor sen
arod Makinson........business Manager individual take every personal hygien-
- -ic precaution, avoid crowds, and ac- noo
hhatles R. l. r Osius, Jr... .. .iht.City t Edtor
;r e ............Nig cept decisions of public health offic-
S Martin........elegraph Editur.lals cheerfully and conscientiously. T
4 aph=A A. Brnstein... .....port ditor
ncent f. Riordmn........Military Editor A few pieces of public andprivate fres
fartha guernsey.......Womens Editor
ark K. Ehlbert. ... Associate Editor carelessness during these next days o'cl
clen I. Davis.............Literary Editor may mean quarantine during the hol- nasi
eGrand A. Gaines....Advertising Manager idays, prolonged confusion in the work
fies L. Abele.......1ublication Manager of disbanding the military units, and A
onald M. Major......Circuation Manager added reason for setting 1918-1919 mit
ISSUE EDITORS down as "annus terribilis" in. the ern
1.i Lndis Paul GC Weber,
.orace W. Porter Philip Ringer records of the University. This week
Wth Dailey E. D. Flintermann every person connected with the Un-
REPORTERS iversity needs to use all the sense he C
:wgaret. Christie Herman Lustfield was born with or has been able to ac-
-ene Ellis Bowen Schumacher
d°a A el Henry O'Brien quire
pare Crozier Renaud Sherwood
By D. Lane Marie Thorpe
SM. D. Vincent The bedraggled cat who returns T
ark B. CoveflU SRoet E. cKean from the bottom of the pond in spite a se
dMrd Priehs, Jr. Clare . Weir of the 10 pound stone necklace with and
vs R. Welsh Wm. A. Leitzinger which she was adorned is - welcome 1.
as the flowers in May compared to the men
influenza, at4
302,
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1918. In these days of standing in line, the will
S. A. T. C. man whose father had the day
Issue Edtor-E. D. FJintermann forethought to give him a name be- inte
ginning with A blesses the day he was yea
TH1 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE born. act
To state that Michigan has a good wili
rospect for a successful football sea- A quarantine of the S. A. T. C. just are
as it was to be demobilized would be chil
rn next year is self-evident. The one of the slings and arrows of out- lion
hedule is a hard one but not any rageous fortune. inte
Order than the original one planned
r the season just closed. The pro- All right, Illinois; we'll give you
ects for material are infinitely those little ppinters on how to play
ighter, most of the unbeaten team football next fall anyway.
1918 will return and many other
ten kept out school because of the Wisconsin to Have Scholarships
at are almost certain to return. Regents at the University of Wi-
The Case game is scarcely worth consin have voted to use $5,000 of
mnsideration; the M. A. C. game will university funds for scholarships this
at be an indication of the real cali- year. Fifty scholarships of $75 each
re of the Varsity because it comes so and 50 omre of $25 each will be es-
1riy. One of the most successful tablished immediately for students
iams Yost has ever produced was the who are residents of Wisconsin.
1west to develop and it is nearly im-
sasible to teach teamwork to even U. of Illinois Still Under Fle Ban
:0 most experienced and capable Although the epidemic of influenza
otball men in such a short time. at the University of Illinois is not se-
ow that Michigan has returned to the rious the ban is stil on all campus
,nference, the M. A. C. , game will activities.
, back to its former status and again
e considered a practice game.
Ohio State is the first of the Con-
rence , teams< scheduled, and it willaT
necessary to win this game in or- A REGULA
r to have a chance for the chain-
onship. The fracas between Ohio
ate and Minnesota is considered one
the hardest on the 1919 Big Ten / aAW
hedule for the Buckeyes proved their
silty in 1917. Northwestern and
ilcago are both making boasts of the Cordovan F
rength of the teams they will be
1e to put into the field within anoth° A All Cordovan, Top an
year, but they have not lken es-
icially favored. The law of averages Stock a genuine extra fine shell plump a
111 cause as many stars to return for winter wear. Color a da
Yost as to his rivals. Toe a medium English, new
But Michigan will decide two chain-
nships next fall when she meets I111- Pride $10-Most Reasonab
>is, at least in the eyes of the Maize
d Blue alumni if not in those of
.e world. This struggle will probably
the game of the season for the en- *
re west.
FOR THE SAKE OF MICHIGAN\*
Yesterday Prof. W. H. Hobbs was
iblicly rebuked by Detroit ministers
Io objected to "this man's using this
-ganization to launch a partisan at-
Ak on the President of the United

Letters are being received continu-
ly by the administration of the Uni-
rsity and by Thl ~Michigan Daily
om alumni and other well-wishers
Michigan objecting to his use of-
e organization of thetUniversitytto W alk-Over
nd weight to his attacks on theW a k O e I
'esident. A representative member 115 S. Mari
the class of 1914, now in the ser-
ce, writes, "Is there not somiewa

ry-outs for, the Freshman Girls'
e club will be held at 4 o'clock
rsday afternoon at Miss Nora
nt's studio in the School of Music.
he regular rehearsal of the major
ls' Glee club will be held at 4:30
sday afternoon in Barbour gym-
ium. This is an important rehears-
s new plans are to be discussed.
asketball practice will be held for
ior girls at 5 o'clock this after-
n in Barbour gymnasium.
he regular hygiene lectare for
honan girls will be given at 5
ock this afternoon at Barbour gym-

PROF. EDXUNDSON TO ADDRESS
PRINCIPALS AT L ANSING MEET
Prof. J. B. Edmundson of the educa-
tional department and inspector of
high schools in this state, will speak
at the annual meeting of the Michigan
High School Principals' association, to
be held Friday, Dec. 13, at Lansing.
He will speak on the subject of the
chances for the salaries of administra-
tive officers of educational work be-
coming more attractive. The princi-
pals of all high schools in the cities
of the state are expected to be present.
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"WH ERE DO WE

GO FROM HERE"

No I Nickels Arcade

Said S. A. T. C. to S. N. T. C. To the Cafeteria for
VARIETY - ECONOMY - QUALITY
Beginning MONDAY. the Cafeteria will serve Two Special Plate
Combinations, noon and night.

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UNII
meeting of the social service com- COMPLETE
tee will be held at 4:30 this aft-C
oon in Barbour gymnasium.
hristmas Spirit
at Story Hours
he class in story-telling will give
ries of four story hours this week
next, under the direction of Mr.
K. Immel bf the oratory depart-
it. The first meeting will be held
4 o'clock this afternoon in room
Mason hall, and another meeting
be held in the same room Thurs-
afternoon. The stories, which are
nded for children from 5 to 10
rs old, will be of a general char-
r this week, and those next week ,
be Christmas stories. Parents 1
invited to bring or send ther
dren to the meetings. No admis-
fee is charged, and all persons 3 Weat 15
rested are welcome.
Students
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Army Shoes
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Hats and Caps
Leggins,
Puttees
Insignia Cords
Shirts
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Vegetable Plate Combination
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Bread. Butter. Dessert. Coffee
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Meat Plate Combination
Soup
Meat. Macaroni. Potatoes
Bread. Butter. Dessert. Coffee
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You do not pay for mealswh nn absent
ASK THE CASHIER ABOUT MEAL TICKETS
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Books
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The Army and Navy headquarters
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and Ingalls, where your khaki garments
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UNCLE SAM SAYS:
"'Our people will be wise
and patriotic enough not
to negleot the recreation
neoessary to m a in ataia
their effiolency." What do
you say?
See tomoroaW Of fr emr

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Between Detroit, Ann Arbot and Jackson
(October *,**g18)
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars--7:10 a.
in., and hourly to 9:1o p. m.
Jackson Limited and Express Cars-8:48
a. m., and every hour to 9:48 . im. (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. M., 16:so p. m.
To Ypsilanti only, :4 P. n., 12:20 a. n.,
r:ro a. m., and to Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-7:48 a. im., to
12:20 a. m.
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or small.
The Ann Arbor Sayings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $50,000.00
Resources........$"000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron.
707 North University Ave.
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Mimeographing

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iso a complete line of distinctive
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