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November 05, 1919 - Image 6

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(Continued from Page One)
e "The N' is not a means of cheap
e advertising, but it is just as much a
representation of MIiichigan feeling as
d is the student body's rising and sing-
1ing the Maize and Blue."'
1 Carl E~. Johnson, president of the
-Student council, also feels that the
'f"M" should be retained. He said, "I
Ycan see the justice in the stand taken
e by the Athletic association, but I
e can't believe it is cheap advertising
e end I believe that the sight of the
man block M,' in colors, is one of
2most inspirin~g sights at a foot-
ball game,. I am certain that there
e would be no trouble in getting all the
extra help the athletic association
needs."/
" uer0Sow Ste,#ds Full
d "Old-photoraphsdisprove ta
there were ev~r many vacant seats in
the North stand when the block 'M'
was used," said Bruce Millar, '20,
' managing editor of the Michiganen-
sian. "While the 'M' does have--Qer-
Q ain advertising value, I do not con-
sider it cheap advertising. The block
e M' has become more or ;less of a
a campus tradition and should, I be-
slieve, be preserved as such," he con-
,t luded.

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LWHAT'S GOINGONI
WEDNESDAY.
4:00--Junior lit football practice on
Ferry field.
4 :00-Fresh lit football practice on
south Ferry field.
6:45--1Ieeting, of board of directors
and program committee of Menorah
society at Lane hall.
7 :00-Yarsity Glee club continues try-
outs in room 106, University School
of Music. Tryouts continue until 9
o'clock."
7 :00-Nen who hare attended Culver
meet in room 316 at Union to or-
ganize club.
'7:0-Fresh Mandolin club-practie In
7 -.00--Michigan Zionist sociefy. meets
in Lane hall.
7:00-Sigma Delta Clhi meets on third
floor of Union.
7 :I- Interfraternity stewards 7meet
on third floor of Union.
7 :15-Student council meeting on third
floor of Union.
7 :15-ommuerce club meets in room
316 of Union.
7 :30--Candidates - for Freshmen Bas-
ket ball team report at Waterman
gymnasium. Coine prepared' for
work.
7:130-New Eiigland club meets at
Lane, hall:
THURSDAY
7:00-Varsity Glee and Matndoli club
meet in University Hall.y
7 :30-Classical club holds initiation
in room A Memorial. hall.
7:30-Cabinet club 'smoker at U~nion.
All Washington, D. C., students ,in-
vited:
7:30-AIll class officers of all colleges
meet in Union.
7 :30-Prescott club meets In room 303
Chemistry building. "All Pharmics
should attend.
7 :30--Christlan Science socity meets
i n Lane hall.
8 :00-Allessandro Bonel slugs jn 11111
auditorium. Extra concert series.
FRIDAYT
6:45--Chinese Students' club meets in
Lane 'hall.
8:00 x-- Cosmopolitan club social, in
Martha. Cook dormitory.

Syracuse befeats Rutgers 14 to 0
New'York, Nov. 4.=Syracuse defeat-
ed Rutgers in the annual football game
of their schedules, 14 to Or. The Orange.
eleven proved too strong for Rutgers
in both. offensive and defense.
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When You Yield to Temptation-
and sleep on these cold mornings until you've just time to
get to class, stop in, afterward for an order of waffles and
a cup of good hot coff ee. They're both the best ever,
and you can get 'em after 8 a. m.-
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imittees appoint-
will be held next
ILL HOLD
tSDAY EVENING
?rescott club willI
clock'Thursday
of the Chemistry

Prof. R. M. Wenley has been ap-
pointed by President Harry B. Hutch-
ins to represent the University of,
Michigan at the dedication- of Hart
House, a building similar in function
to the Michigan Union at the Univer-
sity of Toronto on armistice day,
*Nov. 11.
The new building, which, like the
,,Michigan Union, was used during the
war far .housing training corps, was
begun in 1911, on funds received fromn
the Massey foundation. It contains an
'undergraduates' unlion, an assembly
hall, rooms for the Y. M. C. A., a din-
ing room seating 300 persons, and in
addition many features not ordinarily
connected with the union idea.-
Have your typewriting done by Kl-
ley. Apply Daily office between one and
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not only with each
with the traditions ofN
b. Short talks will be
y members and re-
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All juniors interested in
try wor'k should call
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SPECIAL TRAIN TO CHICAGO
IS fRAC'TICALLY ASSURED
(Continued from Page One)'
leave. at 1:16 Friday ihi order tha~
they may, attend the "Chicago Game
Smoker," 'which is, being held Friday
evening at the University club in
Chicago in honor of the team and the
Varsity band. Special invitations have
been sent by the alumni to Michigan
students 'to attend this dinner and
sxmoker.
Coach Yost, Judge Bill Day, and Tomn
Hammond are among the well known
men, who are billed to speak on that
evening. Many alumni will -be pres-
ent at the pep gathering.
Providing that enough men are. 'iot
secured to warrant a special Friday
night, extra coaches, beariq~ the
Michigan men, will be placed on the
end of the 10:42.
WITHDRAWAL OF I-NJUNCTION
MAY END BIG COAL= STRIKE
(Continiie4 from Page One)'
claring his belief, that if the federal
court at, Indianapolis Satiis4Ay held
the strike illegal, they as law abIidin
cittzen would discontinue it. This
letter was mnade public after the office
of' the attorney general had denied a
report that the suit would be "with-
drawn. Officers of 'the egnciliation
department and department of 1i.bor
sadno offer had been received .from
either side to attempt settlement of
the strike. .
May Reduce Nere
No attempt _was made, kojwev r, to
"conceal the fact that train service
~nay be reduced unless the strike is
brought to a speedy. close. Just now
the big job is to keep ci m ~ovng'
anfd prevent congestion. The ques-
tion of cuialient of service willbe
decided by regional directors.
Read the Michigan Daily for Campus
news.-Adv.

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