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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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'aden Honored by
roix de Guerre

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FOR LIBERTY

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Word has been received that Ser-
geant Pilot David S. Paden, '19E, has
been given the Croix de Guerre for
shooting down three German planes
in flames shortly before the armistice
was signed.
Paden enlisted in the American am-
bulance' service early in April, 1917,
and landed at Bordeaux on May 20.
After driving his ambulance on the
front for three months, he transferred
to the Lafayette Escadrille being one
of the last Americans taken into that
organization. He received his prelim-'
inary training at Tours, France, and
was ordered to the front in June, 1918,
after being in the hospital on ac-
count of illness for three months. He
.saw considerable service and receiv-
ed his decoration in the fighting before
Metz.
Paden Is expected to return to the
University to finish his course in the
near future.

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TORIES TURN AWAY
MANY FOR NEXT YEAR

Candidates for the freshman ba -
ket ball team are requested to -re-
port at 8 o'clock Monday in Water-
man gymnasium to Coach Rowley.
Tryouts for the University band will
be held from 7 to 9 o'lock on Monday
and Tuesday evenings in room 303,
School of Music. Last year's mem-
bers are asked to register. Tryouts
should be sure of their eligibilty.
The University men's class in the
Methodist church will be led by Dr.
W. Stalker at 12 o'clock today.
Michigan Dames will hold a meeting
Monday evening at the home of Mrs.
Scott, 912 Monroe street. Members
please bring their sewing.
Rabbi David Alexander, Toledo, 0.,
will deliver the sermon at the Jew-
ish Students' congregation this aft-
ernoon at 2:30 in Lane hall.
The Wesleyan guild will hold a
meeting tonight at 6:30 in the parlors
of the Methodist church. Miss Nora
Darwin will speak, her subject being,
"What Prayer Is."
Cercle Francais meets tomorrow
night at 8 o'clock in the Cercle Fran-
cais rooms.
STATES OF MIDDLE WEST PLAN
TO LAUNCH SAVINGS CAMPAIGN
Extensive plans are being worked
out in the states of Illinois, Michigan,
Indiana, Wisconsin ,and Iowa for the
purpose of carrying on a great sav-
ings campaign this year Plans con-
template penny savings in the schools.
The war savings societies in the
schools, as well as in the factories
and business concerns, will be used
on a more extensive scale to stimu-
late saving. It is planned to offer
inducements to competition in get-
ting the largest membership in the
form of honor flags.
Saving will.be the keynote to the
1919 campaign. Where the commu-
nity or state food adminstrations have
dissolved the W. S. S. banks, post-of-
fices and other institutions will con-
tinue their work of preaching general
conservation.

The following casualties are report-
ed today by the commanding general
of the American Expeditionary Forc-
es: Wounded severely, X12; wound-
ed, degree undetermined, 3; missing
in action, 33. Total, 348.
The University of Chicago has of-
fered 50 Noyes scholarships. A few
of the scholarships are to be reserv-
ed for men in thie service returning

the last minute and the rest offered
to the students. This will prove an
advantage for the men who have been
in the S. A. T. C.
The honor commission of the Uni-
versity of Chicago presents the report
that seven cases of dishonesty have
been discovered during the autumn
term. Five of these cases concern
women.

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All the girls' dormitories are full
for next year and over a hundred
applications have been refused al-
ready.. Newberry residence will have
room for about 30 new girls next fall
and has had over 80 applications for
residence at the present time. Alumnae
house has had to return over 25 ap-
plications for residence. Although
Martha Cook will not accept fresh-
man at all next year there have been
more than enough girls from the other
classes who have applied for rooms
to fill the vacancies twice over. Each
year sees an* increase in the number
of girls wishing to live at the dormi-
tories and the vacancies are filled
earlier on account of that.
Nuns Kill hundreds of Spartacans
Bulletin
(By Associated Press)
London, Jan. 11. - Several hundred
Spartacans have been killed in the
capture and recapture of the Silesian
railroad station, by government troops,
according to late advices received here
from Berlin. The street fighting was
of the most violent nature. Many
bodies were lying in the railroad sta-
tion.
The fighting in the newspaper quar-
ter lasted for hours. Eighty persons
were killed and many wounded.
Over $50,000 has been raised for the
women's building at Northwestern.
The women are trying to raise enough
to pay for the building.
Use the Daily to reach the students.
Four. thousand students read it every
morning.-Adv.
Students read The Daily.-Adv.

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