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ie more certain you are to be pleased with our
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bout building every garment down to the lasts

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DIES AT LANSIN m JUE
Plans Bepr-Yde to Susped Casses
At Agricultural School for .
Funeral
East Lansing, Oct. 22.- Jonathan
Lemoyne Syder, former president of
M. A. C. died at his home here today
following a ten days illness, the result
of a stroke of apoplexy. Dr. Snyder
was one of the best known eucators
of the country and during his presi-
dency here, 1896-1915, brought the M.
A. C. into the front rank of agricultur-
al colleges.,
Beforecoming to Michigan Dr.
Snyder was piesidet of Slippery
Rock Normal school of Pennsylvania.
IHe was born in Butler county, Pa., in
1859. Funeral arrangements are ,not
yet completed but plans are- being
made to susoend the classes for a
time at M. A. C. in honor of the-
president.
GOMPERS CLAIMS MEN WERE
FORCED OUT WITH DEFEAT
(Continued from Page One)
ing their action to their fellows in the
world."
Meet Again, Says Gompers
"You have defeated th'e labor group
in this declaration," declared the vet-
eran labor leader, "but we will meet
you again in conference, and when we
do meet you there you will be glad to
talk collective bargaining.
"I have sung my swan song in this
conference. You have by your action,
iegisated us out of the gathering. We
have nothing further to say and It is
with' a feeling of regret that we are
not able to reu.main longer. Our chief
regret is the defeat of every fair prop-
osition on our part."
COPPER COUNTRY STUDENTS
ORGAN1ZE SECTIONAL CLUB
Students from Ontonagon, Hough-
ton, Keweenaw and Baraga counties
of the upper peninsula will oraginze
a Copper Country Sectional club to-
night at 7:15 o'clock in room 306 in
the Union. Women students as well
as men are invited to attend the meet-
ing.
H. Beach Carpenter, '15L, Weds
H. Beach Carpenter, '14-151;), was
married Oct. 15 to Miss Liana La
Pointe, '20, of Columbia university, at
New London, Conn. The couple ex-
pect to be at home at 2524 17th street,
N. Xy., apartment 2, Washingtpn, D.
C., after Nov. 3.
Carpenter was managing editor of
the Michigan Daily during 1914-1915.
Michigan Dames Name oinnmittees
Michigan Dames held their last reg-
ular 'meeting Tuesday in Lane hall.
The constitution was read for the ben-
efit of new members, and committees
were appointed for the ensuing year.
This year's program was outlined and
the meeting closed with a scial hour.
Japanese Teacher Visits University
R. Koketsu, of the Imperial Univer-
sity of Kyushu in Japan, visited the
departments of forestry and botany
here last week. Mr. Koketsu is mak-
ing a tour of the great universities in
the world.
"Gets-lt" Peels Off
Corns Painlessly
Off They Come Like Banana Skin.
2 or 3 Drops, That's Al.
There's a murderous, painful way
to gt rid of corns, and then there
is te peaceful, glorious "pel-lt-
off" "Gets-It" way. After you have
tried "Gets-It" you wjll say "never

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THURSDAY
3:30-Soph /lit football practice on
south Ferry field.
3:30-Soph engineer football practice
on south Ferry field.
4:00-Dallas Boudemann lecture on
"Investments" in room BLaw build-
ing.
4:00-Fresh lit football practice on
south Ferry field.
4:00-All-medic football practice on
south, Ferry field.
4:00-Boxing club meets in Water-
man gymnasium.
4;15-,T"nior lt football practice on
south Ferry field.
4:1i-Juior engineers' practice foot-
ball on south Ferry field.
4:30-Seniorlt football tryouts' prac-
tice on south Ferry field.
5:00-Soph electrical students' meet
in ro~m 248 Engineering building.
7:15-Copper country students meet
on third 'floor of Union.
730-Phi Sigma society holds meet-
ing in room B174 Science building.
Professor Sellars lectures.
7:30-All-Law smoker in Union.
FRIDAY-
4:00-Dallas Boudemann lectures on
"Investments" in room B Law build-
ing.
4:30-Senior lit football tryouts' prac-
tice on south Ferry field.
7:30 AINa Nu Debating society meets
in club rooms.-4 University hall.
7 :30-Cosmopolitan club meets in Un-
iversity hall.
SATURDAY
10:00 - Junior engineers', football
practice on south Ferry field.
10:30-Cross country candidates re-
port at Waterman gymnasium for
four mile practice run.
2:30-Varsity football game.. Mich-
igan vs. Ohio State at Ferry field.
SUNDAY
7:30-Union religious meeting in Hill
auditorium- Bishop Theodore Hen-
derson of Detroit speaks.
7:30-Mennrah society meets in Lane
hall. ProfessorWenley speaks.
"A General Survey of the Bible," is
the title of Course 3, offered by the
Ann Arbor Bible Chair. The class
meets this evening at 6:30 o'clock. To-
night will offer the best chance left to
get into the class. The place of meet-
ing is 444 South State Street. The
class .is for both met and women.-
Adv.
Have your typewriting done by Kel-
ly. Apply Daily office between one and
flve.-Adv.

has even gong so far as to fin(
what procedure is adopted by
colleges and universities in affair
this.
Ask Memorial Suggestions
The question of a suitable p
nent memorial to be constructe
Michigan in honor of her dead :
Great War called for considerabb
cussion at the council meeting.
councilman, Carl T. Hogan,
president of the Union, and W
W. Hinshaw, '20,apresident of th
nior lits, were appointed to re
suggestions from the campus
the best memorial that shoul(
erected. These two men will
from time to time to the counc
suggestions that have been mad
from them the council will at
to. choose the most likely schen
was the opinion of the council
such a project should not be de
hurriedly and so it will probal
some time befdre the matter w
decide upon definitely.
WILL MAKE FINAL EFFORTS
TO STOP BIG COAL ST
(Continued froth Page One)
"If our demands ,for a living
should not be met when the tin
proaches for turning lack the
roads to their private owners,
Shea said at testimony which b
public tonight, ."we shall dema
a condition precedent to the c
the realization of the fundam
rights of labor, the living wag
eight hour day En all federal con
ed roads, time and one-h'alf for
time and other principles to whi
government pledged itself durin
war which have now been made'
of the treaty of peace, and wh
far the railroad adminstration
never fulfilled."
Speaks for Firemen
While Mr. Shea was appeari
behalf of the firemen-only it has
recognized generally that wag
creases for any one class of ra
employes meant -an advance for
maintain equality between the
ers. Furthermore, Mr. Shea sa
anticipated that the failure -o
government's efforts to reduce
cost of living, which 'he frankl:
pected, would make necessar:
vance in pay for all workers an
dicted that by Nov. 1, the wage
would be forced to conlsider "f
request for general increase
.railroad employes.
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