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November 11, 1919 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1919-11-11

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9K HEHE
TUESDAY
3:30--Junior Lits meet in Universitiy
itten Brown, Hall. plection of two student mem-
of the only bers of the J-Hop committee.
stood' on the 4:00-Varsity band meets in front of
d Europe in Hill auditorium for Armistice Day
3o'clock Sat- sing. All men in full uniform.
orium to tell 4 A:30-embers of Glee club and try-
naking flight outs occupy seats reserved for them
s Aeroplane, in front of auditorium.
of Capt. Sir 5:30-Banquet of Mount Clemens
st aer'oplane club, Union. -
-across the 7:00-Boxing club meets on third foor
of Union to organize.
t Foat 7:00-Tryouts for Spotlight vaudevillei
ohi's, New- meet in old Uinion. Special call for
s made in 16 saxaphone players and comedy acts.
the glorious 7:06 - Choral - Union rehearsal in
the two air- School of Music.
fered by the 7:14-Interfraternity stewards meet,
on third floor of Union.
rs have come 7:15-Athena tryouts meet in room
greatest of 302, - Mason hall. Candidates give
ted Knight-'.. three minute talks.
ced to them 7:30,-Adelphi House of Representa.
re presented tives meets on fourt floor of Univer-
e. They are sity hall.
ghts, Alcock 7:30-Important meeting of all active
members of Cercle Francais, room
ican 202 south wing. of University hall.
own won a 7:45-Organization meeting of New
s successful York City club, room 325, Union.'All
Lady, Brown students from New York or Nassau
ierica on his and Westchester counties invitedl.

ewaigum -nneriun r m A lUceY lage
Brussels, Oct. 14.-Belgium is suf-
fering from a plague of mice. They
have become so numerous that the
damage being done amounts to hun-
dreds of thousands of francs on farms
sand to crops. Entire crops in some
cases have been ruined. For some
treason the mice are commonly known
after the name of Belgium's late ene-I
my. , Doubtless the war had some-
thing to do with, the increase in the
number.
Airplaue Monopoly Favored by India
Simla, India, Nov. 10.-The Indian
government is advocating the forma-
tion of a big company to have a mon-
nopoly of carrying mail by airplanes.
Establishment of aerodromes at Cal-
cuttaBombay, Karachi, Nagpur, Mad-
ras, Rangoon, Singapore and Delhi
)ias been sanctioned.

Nome Newspaper Stops Publication The Michigan Daily, delivered to
Nome, Alaska, Nov. 10.-Trappers, your door daily except Monday, $3.50
miners and others of tht far north- a year.-Adv'
western corner of the continent who
for years have looked to Nome for
their news of the outside world, v"1 tIjliIIIIIIIiIHIt igigIIt1111g1i1i1iigiiiiigii
receive no regular news report t.
winter as The Nugget, Nome's onl. I The Sugar Bowl
ne wspaper, has decided to suspend
publication. Special Sundaes
TEGETARIANS NOTICES t Ligh Lunches
Substantial, well balanced, nicelyL n
served meals, at reasonable prices. Our Candies are made in our
Two meals per day-Lunch and Din- own Sanitary Shop-
ner. $6.00 per week. Write, Veget-
arians, care of the Daily.-Adv- 109 S. MAIN ST.
Professional Dancing Lessons given 'iflIli 11111111 Hll
by'Prof. 0. D. Laschen at Masonic
Temple, Ypsilanti, every Tuesday. Join

COLLI
Cluett, Peabody 6Co.Inc. II
The name "Argonne- is used by n
Argonne S ,irt Co.,* Philad

this week. Lessons 7 to 8. Private
lessons 8 to 9. Assembly at 9. Music
by Ike Fisher.r-Adv.
Pay your subscription to the Daily..

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BluMaize Blossom Shc
It sure is tough that game was 1
But- just you leave it to Coach Y
To pull new plays, which all will daz
And beat the next bunch all to a fraz
Cheer up, our team the rest will ta
And end the year midst loud acclaim.

Match

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Holiday

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WEDNESD AY
:00 A. M.-Junior engineers class
meeting in room 348, Engineering
building.
:00 - Prospective candidates for
teaching meet with appointment
cormittee in room 203, Tappan hall.
0-Appointment committee meets

Clothes
A festal event is Christmas. On that day folks like to look
their best. Discriminating dressers-men who like the things
you like-will wear our hand-tailored clothes. Will You
Avoid Disappointments
Get out of the eleventh hour rush. If you come today we can
promise positively to have your Suit or Overcoat ready for
you by Christmas.

Nickels Arcade

The Eberbach & Son Co
200-204 E. LIBERTY ST.

:00-Commerce club holds business
meeting and banquet in Union.
:00-MichIgan Zionist society meets
in Lane hall.
:00-Freslf Mandolin club practices

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Chemicals

2er club of Michigan, meets
321 of Union.r
ent council meet on third'
Union.

I. Karl 7alcolm

Laboratory Supplies

604 Liberty Street, East

Malcolm-Block

THURSDAY
7:00-Varsity Gle? club practice in
University Hall.
7:30-New England club holds special
meeting in Lane hall. ,

Drugs and Toilet Special

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have been smoked by the elite of,
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"Natignal assistance in public ed-
cation," believes Prof. Allen S. Whit-
ey, chairman of the Appointment
ommittee, "is a vital necessity. The
mith-Towner bill now before con-
ress to provide forsa Department of
?duration, with a secretary in the
cabinet, is the greatest educational

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ent 'Red' raids lays em-
the need of greater edu-
tis country. Thil need is
Smith-Towner bill, which
;al appropriation of $100,-
vides $7,500,000 to re-
'acy, $7,500,000 for the
ion of foreigners, $20,-
he promotion of physical
education and recreation,
o equalize educational op-
of public schools, and
o extend and improve fa-
the preparation of teach-

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sponsible for the admission of for-
eigners to this country and whenshere
the they are permitted to participate free-
No- ly in democratic government. Th-e
uild- contribution of these foreigners to our
'gest national welfare is in proportion to
'gest 'the training and Americanizatiop af-
even forded them.
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hips GERMAN FOOD MINISTER
nous PREDICTS LARGE HARVEST
dis-
L, at Berlin, Nov. 10. - Food prospects
for Germany for the coming year are
good because of the plentiful har-
and vest, according to the Ministry of
144,- Food, which decries pessimism. Be-
sex- ginning with the month the quality of
nots bread will be improved. The potato
an- harvest is as yet uncertain but it is
rate believed it will be enough for the'
ap- whole year.

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leav- Oldfield, '16, Added to Anatomi Staff
Dr. A. J. Oldfield, '16, of Bay City,
4has accepted a position as instructor
to here forbthe remainder of the year.
3.60 -'He will be a member of Dr. Hubert's
staff in the anatomy department.

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