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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1919.

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SEE THE TEAM OFF TOMORROW!

Council To Take
Up milk Question

TIP
BIKE

S Tb WITH-.
AGAINST

The Wolverines leave at 8 o'clock Friday morning from the Mich-
igan Central station for one of the strongest and most important games
of their schedule.
The Michigan band will be with them. Several hundred stu-
dents fill follow them on the night train. Several hundred Michigan
alumni in Chicago will greet them when they arrive at the camp of
the Maroons.
But what can that vast majority do who are not so fortunate as
to be able to lend their personal support in the great Sagg field. com-
bat? Surely those who are remaining behind could do no more to
send Michigan's fighting eleven away with a determination to win than
to be at the Michigan Central station when the train pulls out.
Every Michigan man who can possibly be at the station at 8
o'clock tomorrow, morning should be there to show the team that there
will be a great host backing them in Ann Arbor while the great game
is in progresq. Michigan teamsin the past have been sent off in a
burst of Michigan spirit and have never failed to show that the "send-
'off" had a real meaning for them .
Let's give them another taste of the Come-back spirit! Let's send
the team off with the cheers of Michigan ringing in their ears!
Eight o'clock tomorrow morning at the Michigan Central station!

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answer to the
lvanced by Sam-
nt of the Ameri-
>or, was given' by
'neral Ames, who
in itself was aj
that as long as
y place to fight

MCONTINUE
Lieutenant Gives Vivid Description
of Desolation About City of
mons

DO NOT YET REALIZE
[EY HAVE BEEN BEATEN

OFFICERNS 0 CALLED5'
Council -To Instruct Leaders As To
Their Duties And Discuss
Many Matters
STUDENT COUNCIL CHOOSES.
EVENTS FOR FALU CONTESTS
A meeting of all officers, both men
and women, of all classes has beeth
called by the Student' council for 7:15
o'clock tonight in rooms 318 and 320
of the UnioA. Besides instructing the
officers in regards to their duties, mat-1
ters of importanibe will be discussed
which must soon . be brought before
every class.
* The women officers: will enter the
building by the north entrance and
take the north elevator. "We would
like to have everyone get to this meet-
ing on time so that we may adjorn in

Dr. Wessinger, city health officer,
will appear before the city council at
its next meeting, Nov. 17, oo present
the facts of the milk situation and to
recommend to the members that they
take action regarding compulsory pas-'
teurization of the city milk supply.
He will suggest that an amendment
to the present milk ordinance be pass-
ed requiring all milk sold in the city
to be pasteurized. 'In answer to the
frequent objections that The Daily
'nd the health au'thorities were only
trenghthening the already too 'great
monopoly on the milk supply of the
city, held by the Ann ArborDairy com-
pany, Dr. Wessinger said that there
are two other dairies in the city, both
of which are handling pasteurized
milk. At the present time the Ann
Arbor Dairy is handiling 1,400 gallons
of milk per day, the Ideal Dairy, 600
gallons, and he West Side Dairy about
300 gallons. "It is evident from these
figures," he said, "that there is no milk
.mdnopoly in Ann Arbor."
Dr; Wessinger said, regarding 'the
supervision of the plants' by the city,
that they would all be inspected reg-
ularly no matter where they were and
that all milk produced by them would
be tested, as is the milk coming into
the dairies of the city. This is all
tested daily and if not strictly clean
and good when it comes ,in, is re-
fused. As a matter of fact, the dairies
of Ann Arbor. are producing milk
which has 3 1-2 por cent of butterfat,
while the state law requires only 3
per cent.
"As there seems to be no general b-
jection to the amendment among the
members of the council and as there
are several who are strongly in favor
of it, I see no reason why it should
not pass without obstruction or loss
of time," said Dr. Wessinger.
Dr. Ira N. H1o01s
Will Speak Here

FIRST ISSUE OF MI1IAN C
WILL BE PRESENTED TO H
ON RIDAY; 1600 COPIES

e of immedi- "We must continue to 'fight," was
ijce involving the great. lesson of the' war brought
>al miners in out by Lt. Coningsby Dawson in his
lecture at Hill auditorium last night.
issued by Lieutenant-Dawson drew a'vivid pic-
i at Indian- ture of Mons as it appeared to him last
le returnable May; in its uitter desolation and run.
the miners "What I wan 'to do for 'you tonight,"
day and ask said Lieutenant. Dawson, "'it to help
eedings. One you see beyond the. dead city, and to
. h e ,,,,, hear the voice of the spring bird and

ARMISTICE DAY SING
PLANNED
Inasmuch as Tuesday, ..ov. 11,
is not a legal holiday, it will not
be a University holiday, but the
first anniversary of the signing
of the armistice will be celebrat-
ed by a patriotic song service in
which the entire University is'
expected to participate. RFresi-
dent Harry B. Hutchins' an-
nouncement is as follows:
"Armistice day, Nov. 11, 1919,
will be appropriately celebrated'
by a patriotic song service in
Hill auditolium. The details 'of
the program will be published4
later. The F exercises will be
brief, beginning at 4:30 o'clock.
Members' of the s'everal4acilities
who were in service, are asked
to appear In uniform aid to oc-
cupy seats upon the stage. Col.
V. C. Vaughan will preside and
Col. A. H. Lovell will,/act as
marshal. Faculty members who
were in service are asked to'"as-
semble at 4:15 o'clock in the
rooms immediately in the rear of
the stage and to march as a body,
upon the stage.
4The students of the Univer-
sity. are requested to attend the}
exercises, and a cordial invita-
tion is extended to the public.
"Let us all join in making the
} celebration one worthy of the
occasion.
BHNCI MILL OPEN EXTRA
CONCERT SERI ES TONIUNT
ARTIST WILL BE ASSISTED BY
MISS ELEANOR
BROCK
Composers of America, France, Eng-
land, Italy, and Ireland will distin-
guish the song program which Ales-
sandro Bonci and Miss Eleanor Brock
will give at 8 c'clock this evening in
Hill auditorium. This concert is the
first in ;the series of Extra concerts.
Mr. Umberto Martucci will act as
accompanist.
The following songs will be sung:
a. Eccomi in Lieta Vesta..Bellini

aay.

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OFFER CHANCE TO SUB
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BOOTHS
WILL REACH Al
BY WIDE CIRCU
Negotiations Under Way
man Company to Place
in Traveling Libr
With 1,500 copies read
paid subscribers the boa
rectors announce that the
Chimes will make its init
ance on the campus Fride
Adhering , strictly to it
plans, the board again ann
there will be no public
Chimes, on the campus.
zine is in no way intend
fere, or compete with the C
other student publications,
dred extra copies of the
have been printed, and ar
made so that anyone who
to subscribe during the
by trepresentative campus
will be given an opportu
tain the ifirst copy by sub

hearin

to John
the Min-
ie strike.

%T FAVORS
G BLOCK 'M'
inst the aolition of
ontinues to run high.
ceived more communi-
eg this subject than
one matter for some
letters coming from
, aid those who have
d the spectacle of the
estioned as to their
e matter students and
n one in voicing their
ould be retained.
, '16, present general
city Y. M. C. A., ex-

rise up, ready made at the end of the
war, but if it, does not rise immediately
we must realize that' the fight is not
yet over for us. They, the dead, at-
tained their new world 'in one swift
flight; we are privileged to be liv-
ing."
Describes Desolated Region
Lieutenant Dawson's lecture dealt
mainly with conditions and problems
that xist .today. He told of his trip
last summer through the devastated
regions of France and Belgium, and
of his stay in Germany. The terri-
ble ruin wrought by the war in France'
was illustrated by the fact that Brit-
Jish soldiers were still burying the dead
six months after the armistice was,
signed.
"The European civilian world is
characterized by the idea 'Let's for-
(Continued on Page Eight)
"DUTY TO GO WITH
TEAM TO CHICAGO"

time for the concert," said Carl John-
son, '20, president of the council. Dr. Ira N. Hollis, president of Wor-
Nearly All Officers Elected cester Polytechnic Institute, is being
Yesterday's tally showed that all brought to Ann Arbor Thursday by the
classes except the freshmen and soph- student branch of the pmerican So-
omore medics and the freshman arch- ciety of Mechanical Engineers to ad-
itects had elected their o'fficers. The dress the' engineering students of the
council desires that, if possible, these Univcrsity.
clases be represented*at the meeting., The subject of his address will be
The question as to the adoption of "National Engineering Societies, an'd
sophomore activity buttons was { the bollege Student." He will tell
broached at the council meeting, last some ;hing of the aims of each"of these
night but, as matters of more import-f national organizations and will ex-
ance were on the table, a committee plain their' relationship with the col-
was appointed to inkestlgate the can- leges and the student branches. Dr.
pus sentiment as to the plan and to I Hollis will speak at 111:00 o'clock in
report at the nbxt meeting. I'University Hall.
To Increase Membership Dr. Hollis was president of the A. S.
The council voted to bring the mem- M. E. in 1917, the office which Dean
bership of their body up to normal Mortimer Cooley, of -the ngineering
status. As soon as the classes have college, now holds, and is chairman of,
their next meetings there will be elect- the committee of that organization on
(Continued on Page, Eight) relations .with colleges.
Daily Will Shower Football Extra
On Campus From Curtiss Airplane

For this purpose tables
subscriptions may be tak
situated on the canrpus a
the day. These will be at
street corner of the diagon
of the library and at the e
arch. A few copies will be
the bookstores, especially
readers.
Articles of general ca'mp
are assured by the board o
One of the members of th
discussing the first issue of
made the following stateme
"Those' who receive dar
biddings to enter into
with the "great" will wa
their time until the Chin
There is a surprise in
them.
"Dwellers on State s
Washtenaw avenue will fin
in what David Landis, '20, a
Barnes, '20, have to say.
but a few of the actual
promised, while the other a
the art work ate of the hig
ard.
Plan to Put on Tra
t The Chimes is now in c
tion with the news organizE
Pullman company .with ti
placing the magazine in a
eling libraries. The adv
such an arrangement canno
estimated as it would serve
effective method of keeping
alumni in touch with wha
on here all the time.
"The board of directors
out letters to all the prom
letic clubs, university club.,
and high schools in the c
questing exchanges. Such
-(Continued on Page E

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Care Selve ....... .. .,...._..Handel
Lo! Hear the Gentle Lark. .Bishop
Eleanor Brock{
Pallide Mammole.......Trimarchi
11 Pastore Canta.......... Recli
Ninna Nanna ,avasena
La Promessa..........Rossini
Alessandro Bouci >

game this year,
Ithe . block "M"
ed. He said that
ld pay for itself
that it was good
Student-council-
d said. "I be-
retained. It has
t Michigan and
as such,"
SS OFFICERS
class officers
v the Student
clock tonight
20 of the Un-
terp that will
fore all class-

"Every student who possibly can
should go to Chicago and support the
team," stated George Hurley, '16 and
e 18Lt, secretary of the Union, yesterday.
"In former years it was considered the
duty of every man to accompany the
team on its trips to Cornell and Penn-
sylvania, and it seems to me that the
obligation still holds."
No definite assurance could be giv-
en by Michigan Central officials that a
special train would be run Friday
night, owing to the fact that the to-
tal number of students leaving at that
time has not been ascertained. How-
ever, a number of extra coaches will
be put on the end of the 10:42 so that'
,all the Michigan men will be together.
if the special is not run.
Reservations are still being made
at the Michigan Central station, but
students are urged to buy tickets and
to make reservations immediately-in
order that sufficient accommodations
may be provided.

t.

Theme and Variations.......Proch
Eleanor Brock /

Ain Arbor will be initiated into the
latest method of newspaper delivery
Saturday, Nov. 8, if plans being made
by 'The Michigdn Daily are completed.
Representative pilots of the Michi-
gan' Aero club who will be in Ann
Arbor Saturday with two Curtis aero-
planes fox the purpose of selling aerial
flights to anyone who wants to try the
novelty, have invited representatives.
of The Daily to deliver the papers by
aeroplane. A Daily representative wilt
make a flight with one of the pilots
:nd will drop scores 'of copies of the
Chicago-Michigan football extra on
State street immediately % after it is
issued. '
Two pilots will come to the city,
SBoth are former Michigan students.
They are William Plummer, '20. , andl
'Charles Stockings. Plummer is a li-

censed pilot and was a pursuit in-
strucor at the Charleston aviation
field during the war. The two men
have' secured the use of a field three
miles from Ann Arbor, on the Whit-
more lake road, as a landing place.
They will provide free taxi service
to their grounds for those who make
the flights. Their prices, they declare,
are considerably reduced from regu-
lar flying rates.
Applications for flights, the aviators
urge, should be made early because
of the limited flying time. Mr. West,
Phone 371, 604 south State street, is
the local agent for the club.
Flights will be made the pilots have
declared; weather only can interfere
with them it is said. The Daily will
print hundreds of extra copies of the
extra to drop from the sky.

Duet-A Parigi ne Andrea, from
"Manon"............ Massenet
Eleanor Brock 'and Alessandro Bondi
Part II
Aria-Mio bianco amor,, from
"Dejanice" ..:. ....Catalani
Alessandro Bonci
Ora-Qui la voce, from "I Pur-
itani"..... . . . .Bellini
,Eleanor Brock
Menteuse Cheie .........Massenet
Mignonne...............Bruneaux
Wheelsl the Silver Swallow......
........H. V. Mulligan
ITo a Hill Top .............Ralph Cox
Alessandro Boncit
Duet-Chiedi all' aura lusing-
hiera, from "Elisir d'Amore"
.....Denizetti
Eleanor Brock and Alessandro Bondi

NO EXTRA

The edition of the Michig
eisian to be published this
will be only sufficient to
the advance subscribtions
ceived. Persons wishing-tI
tain the Michiganensian
therefore be requested to
scribe in advance, as there
be no extra copies for sale.
Board in Control of Stud
Publica
E. R. SUNDERLAT
Business Man

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