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rorities. 218 S.: Main Phone 166,

;E OF' CU1~kTRLEADJERS
NOW RESTS WITH COUNCIL

WHAT'S GOING ON

Plans for Taking Team of
Chicago Game Con.-
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Whher or not, the cheering team
that made ,its first appearance at the
game Saturday will continue as the
medium for putting across Michigan's
yells will depend upon' the decision of
the Student counQ at its meeting
Wednesdaynight.,
The ~eam, composed of Carl Mason,
'19, director, Vernon Lancaster, '20,
Brad, Wines, '22E, Robert. Ayers, '2
Orville Wright, '22; and Loyd Wright,
'22, has ben working] out under- the
direction of C. E. Bottum, '20E, for
the last few weeks.
It is hoped that, if the team is- se-
.lected toe number pf students that
=make the trip to Chicago for the Ma-
rooA game will be large enough to
j'merit taking the entire team of cheer
leaders.____________
[COPPER COUNTRY STUDENTS
WILL PERFECT ORGANIZATION
Students from the '"Copper Coun-
try," including Houghton, Ontonagon,
Keweenaw, and Baraga' counties will
meet at 7:15 o'clock Thursday in
Iroom 306 of the Union to perfect an
organization for' this section.
Their aim is to form a club, which
will not be purely social in its na-
ture and functions, but which will help
the students to an intelligent consid-

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TUE SDAY
8:00 A..X, -Senior engineers assem-~
bly in room 348, Engineering build-,
ing.
3 :30--Sop]4 engineer football practice
at .south end of Ferry field.'
3 :30--Soph lit football practice, at
south end of Ferry field.
4:00-Junior lit football organization
and practice on Ferry, field.
4:00-Fresh lit football practice on
south end Ferry field.*
4 :00-Da'llas lloudemann lecture on
"Investments" in room B, Law build-
ing.
7:00-University Boxing clzib meets on.
third floor of Union.
7:00-Junior "'engineer tryouts for
class football meet "in front of li-
brary in Engineering building.
7:15_-iterf rat ernity 'stewards meet
on third' floor Union.
7:30-Classical club meets in room
318, Union.
7:30-Open meeting for all students in-
terested .in boxing on third floor of
Union:
7 :30-Tlie Board of Directors of The
Michigan Chimes meets' on the, third
floor of the 'Union.
7 :30--Xichigan D~ames meet. in Lane
hall.- Wives of students invited.
6 :00-Interccellegiate Socialist society
meets in room P162 Science' build
ing. Profes'sor Sellars lectures on
"A Proper Approach to the 'Study of.
Socialism."
WEDNESDAY,
4 :00-Dalilas Boudemnn lectures' on
"Investments." -in room B Law build-
ing.
40"~-uih engineers football prac-
tice on Ferry field.
7 :00-Varsity band ',14ctice.
7:00-Students interested in Zionism
meet at Lane hall to organize.
7:1 )---Commerce club .meets in room
306, Union.
%V -U-Student council meeting on third
-floor of Union.,
7:30-New England club meets in Lane
hail..
S :040-Kalamazoo Normal club meets
in Lanze hall.

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eration of questions- of state-wide iT-
portance which have arisen in regard
to this part of th Estate.
*Women as well as men are invited
to attend the meeting.
CHINESE CLUB OPEN S EFFORTS
TO BRING _CONVENTION HERE

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Efforts are now being made by the
Chinese Students' club to hold the na-
tional conference of 1920 in Ann Ar-
bor. A committee, :consisting of K.
Hj. Wu, F. C: Lin, and C. K. Chow, has
been appointed to secure the buildings
needed for the conference and to work
out' a plan for the raising' of $500 to
pay the expenses.
'The #conference has not been held in
Ann Arbor since 1912, and as the lo-
cal students are very desirous of se-

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Largest Pipe Manufacturers can put into a pipe. The,
J C is a good, satisfying smoke, and bound to break-in n
t and mellow every time. Highest quality of bit, band
bowl; craftsmanship of the highest order-that's what:
nean byr biggest value. Ask any good dealer. W
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cyur" ting 'the next, work on the
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BRUNK
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SPEAKS TO FRESHMEN
ATTAINMENT OF IDEALS,

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for
Service

In all -that pretains to

In I~s talk to the freshman class on
Monday afternoon, Prof. John R.
Brumm 'defined the things tthat an
educated person should know.
To know a. good man when one
meets thlm, and/ to think for one's
self, were two of the main ,points
stressed. in the talk. The necessity of
having an ideal" and the initiative nee-
essary to realize that ideal, was em-
phasized by Professor Brumm.
Men Slow in Signing W 'ar MReord
More than 200 ex-service men have,
signed the war registration book at
the Union. This is only about one-
fourth of the men who ar~e expected
to register. One week remains be-
fore the book will be taken to the of-
ftce, and cards for _the index made.
Freisxuen :Union Pins Arrive
Seven~f hundoa freshmen Union ping
arrived late Non 4y, "and any member
miay now secure them i 4 the Union
desk. it is thought that the ~W sup-
ply will t{a4~ a care of every one, w &p
desires a pin.
Library Head Represents Unversity
Dr. W. W. Bishop, head of 0 . Li-

T1WLRSIDAY
4:00-Dallas Boudeniann lecture, on
"Investments" in room B Law build-
ing.'(
7:30-All-law smokter '4n Nic~4gan
Union.
FRIDAY
4:00-Dallas lloudomanau lectures on
"Investments" in room 13,Lgw build-
in g. lp a
7:31-Alpha Nu debating.. 'club meets.
.U-NOT ICES
Dr. Wartliln's Health- lecture was giv-
en.,\Monday evening instead of Tues-_
day as announced In The Daily.
The, Adelphi House of Reopresentatives
will hold its preliminary tryouts for*
the coming Varsity debate tonight in
if, roms, fourth floor, Vniversity
hall. The subject is theoNationalU-
-zation of Mines.
Xebraska Receives Nedal from Paris
The IJn4ver'sity of Paris has sent to
the University of Nebraska a hand-
some bronze -mdal signiflcait of _Ne-
braska's part lint th war,

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HERE' COMES THE BRIDE! The
prettiest bride in town.
T1hey will come to the ARCADE
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