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EDITORSU
I. Adams rewster CampbellI
BrophyJ John I .DakinI
AL STAFF
. RileyR RalphD ufoisS
Scherruerhorn Robert C. Angell~
[q;8.SurrellH . Hardy Heth~
ESS STAFF?
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q rthur .G lazer'
WTOBER 23, 1919.-
LeeM .Woodruff~
,.TMICHIGANt
the Catholic chapel o nthen
d Jefferson avenuemmarksM
ichigan'srreconstructionr
rt he exclusive useo f Uni-e
ecial services are held f or
titutiono f its kind now ex-'

heflitry they carry off, honors or And clay
'%,trri rais showirigthat.a than has begn on the.team,
pears, a ni c est request. The .money value is small
in comparison to the value the man hiinse4f°,reads ,
into . the insignia.
Track activ4ties should be "encouraged; track, in
fact,, is often a big representative of what- a uni-,'
versity . is, . ,Needless disappointments should be
avoided if Michigan's efficiency in all lines is to be
second to none. Out side of all personal regard
.for the trc.tnen, and regardless of our own opin
ions .about the importance of track, let us deal" with
the question on the grounds of fair play and. the
business-like. custom of keeping promises.
REMEMBER ROOSEVE4T
Theodore Roosevelt, the American of Ameri-
cans, leader of democracy; father of American' un
adulterated,,patriotismt.is to, again receive the trio,
ote of the American people. A memot'ial" ^ fund to
commemorate l him is being gathered.., Ann Arbor
has: not been forgotten; by the coi J -itt'
.Whether one e old Republican, Progressive; or
Democrat, .Roosevelt should receive his homage.
',..or his "Americanism alone, and the invaluable ef-
fect it has had 'upon this nation in war and peace;
he. deserves tribute. Many may not; agree with the
Great American's politics. or, beliefs,, but we are all
Americans ;.a'nd it is one of the greatest Americans
who- is now, dead:
Let us all join the ranks' of those who will pay
himreverence.
>iO LOW THE TEAM TO CHICAGO
% Chicago, the .Stagg outfit,. Michigan's old rival,
the team that claimed last year's ,football champion-
ship in the face of Michigan's challenge, will meet
a Michigan , team on Stagg field Nov. % 8., On the
Schedule this "game is merely listed as "Chicago at
r Chicago," .but old 'Michigan men, know that there
is a much deeper significance at contest than
is ..implied in those cold words.
Once again . will Michigan iaeet that team which
has always disputed Michigan's right . to be Charm-
pion of the W. est. Once again willChilcago thous-'
ands shouf defiance at a NCaize and Blue team. And
.that Michigan team will be away from its home
gridiron, will be in a hostile terr'itory,.will be tired
by a tong trip and in unfamiliar surroundings. But
that Michigan teat' must win the game from Chi-
no, matter what the. odds. True, football
°. teains.' are used to travel ordinarily. But 'is this
an ordiha y year and ,an ordinary game;? Our team
,has . labored under difficulties all season. It has .
been., short, ,men when btlier"'teams had any num-
ber;of likely candidates, it has had spine of-its best
xnen declared scholastically. ,ineligible, and 'it has
faced' other obstacl'es.. Added'to this is the nery-
.QuOess'that conies with the knowledge that this is
'a teanl that must be defeated at any cost.
Michigan" must help its men wire that game. It
will ;send its famous band to Chicago,"it must send:
"acheer leader or two and, above all, it must send
Aevery,,Michigan, nrnan tci that game, who' can get
there, whether;he be senior 'or freshman, whether
he tape,'a Pullman or walk, A Michigan team needs
{supPgrt on, Nov. 8. Trains have been provided for
Michigan nacn to give that support..'
rAre you going to, be ,one of the supporters ?
"Two thousand Italians applied. for passports to
the:;Ilnited States the first, fortnight of 'October,"
says a, J1 eadline. Wonder how many of ahem were
gmnd opera stars.

DENTAL CLINIC RUSHED TO
MEE'T' DEMAND FOR SER-WE
r
Owing to the prevailing . crowded
conditions that exist in all depart'
inents of the University, the dental
clinic find themselves unable' to meet
the demand for professional service.
However, Dr. U. G.., Rickert Wand his,
_staff are. able to tape care. of the more
Important, operations" and advise those
who have work to be done toy consult
with therm as soon as convenient.
ASK LETTERS FOR VICTORY
BUTTONS TO BE UNSEALED
k
Students, desiring to secure Victory
buttons through the Union, are re-
quested not to seal the envelopes it
which their service record is enclosed.
All that is necessary is for the stu-
dent to put on, it his name and Ann
Arbor address.
Billiard Tables at Union Popular
All of the billiard tables in the Un-
ion have been in almost constant use
since the opening of the, parlor Mon-
day afternoon. Some of the students
have made ieservations . in advance" to
assure the use of, A table at the de,
sired time.
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DETROIT UNITED LINES
(Oct. 26, i9ig)'
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Tletroit, L'rruted and Express Gars-6: io a.
m., and hourly to 9 : io p. m.
Jackson Limited.. and Express Cars-8:48
a. "m., and every hour to 9:48 p. m. (Ex-
presses snake local stops west of Ann Arbor.)
Local, Cars East Bound-6:o5 a. M." 9:05.a.
.m. and every two hours to 9 :og p. m., ro :5o s
p.. m. Td Ypsilanti only, 11:45 p. m'., r -.I0
a, m., and to Saline, 'change at Ypsilanti. t
Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West, Bound-7:48 a. m: and
12:20 2C. M.

Tuttle'

Lunches
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sucha s manyo f the~
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and' st le . are obtained when the
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Things We Would Like to See
A femme smoking a cigar..'
A prof f adling asleep at-'a lecture.
Varsity, debate on Ferry field'.
A joke In the Gargoyle. "

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"Petrograd Did Not Vail"---Still in goods stand-
ing, so to speak.
It Never Was a Healthy Sport
"Hanging R xercise Fatal to Woman"--Head-
line.
The season is now upon u s when :the small boy ,
can't understand why, if there inust be trees, they
can't all be. evergreens.
M. Caillaux, who is in prison on a .disloyalty
charge, has been nominated for -the chamber, of .
.deputies. With this as a precedent, we can prob-
ably expect the reviving of the old "Debs for Pres-
a
ident" slogan.
Penny Leonard easily out-fotight Phil Bloom in
their recent bout at Detroit. In fact it 'could appro-;
priately be said that Bloom withered under . fh
champion's attack.
King Albert recently. visited the Yosemite Val-
ley and a cabaret the same day. Thus proving that
it is only a step from the sublime to the ridiculous,'
The Campus Crank says that the University
missed a fine opportunity to " be patriotic in not
painting a stripe of blue at the base of those fire
hydrants.

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clothin . , It is only-- int such ark
ments that 'we sesll that supreme
satisfaction is .sure.
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The. new , styles ..are ' here Not a
fey- b ut every - one that"., is worth
while 1s in, stock and in a variet
of colors' and patterns from which
to select. We have taken.-great.
care to see that from every, stand-
point that our line. shall be such.
.
that' young men with the.,," most
particular and exacting tastes
will be pleased t
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SWEATERS

SHEEP SKIN COATS
MACKINAW COATS

UNDERWEAR
HOSIERY

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entmisunderstanding somer
e n~ot been awarded numer-
t uch a standw as ever taken.g
ranted. he reason, brieflyh
he track team met no outsidei
iarly, otheraathletic teamsi
atside' universities were duly~
epancy would seem a breach1

TATS
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in fact everything in clothing
furnishings for men and yc

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