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WHAT'S GOING ON

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the 0o1iicay
r with your
Clothes,
Christmas. On that day folks like to look
inating dressers-men who like the things
r our hand-tailored clothes. Will You?
A Disappointments

hour rush. If you come today we
ave your Suit or Overcoat ready

can
for

Extensive repairs have been in pro-
gress at the city fire engine house
during the past few weeks.
The partitions which divided the
large space on the ground floor de-
voted to the fire trucks into three
rooms have been, taken out, a cement
floor has been laid, and several minor
repairs in plumbing and wiring have
been effected. The second floor will
be remodeled next spring.
0. B. Jacobs, who was responsible
for several bad checks passed on Ann
Arbor merchants about two weeks ago,
was examined Tuesday In the circuit
court and bound over for trial on Nov.
24.
Police officers took inbu custody
Charles J. Evans of Youngstuwn, Ohio,
Tuesday night for the theft ui a Cad-
illac car in Detroit earlier trus week.
He was takento Detroit 'Wednesday
afternoon.
Nunnally's, "The .Candy of the
South." Tice's, 117 So. Main St.-Adv.
The Michigan 'Daily, delivered to
your door daily except Monday, $3.60
a year.-Adv.

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THURtSDAY
9 :00-Senior engineer assembly. Rev.
Lloyd C. Douglas to speak.
12:15-Commerce club picture for
Michiganensian to be taken at Ran-
all's studio.
12:30-Cercle F ucais picture taken
at White's studio.
3:00-Soccer football practice on Fer-
ry field.
3_:00-Soph lit football team meets in
Intramural club house for uniforms
for soph lit-soph engineer game.
Additional tryouts at 7 o'clock.
4 :00-Tryiuts for Michigan Union
"orchestra meet in room 308 of
Union. Additional tryouts at 7
o'clock.
5:00-Meeting of the costumes com-
mittee of the .Masques in Barbour
gymnasium.
5:00-Pi Delta Epsilon meeting and
dinner 'in room 323 of Union.
7:00-Varsity Mandoli4 club practice
in University hall.
7:00-Additional Spotlight tryouts to
be- held in room 308 of Union.
7:00-occer football men meet in
Lane hall.
7:30-New England club holds special
meeting in Lane hall.
.7:30-Comedy club meets in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall. -
9:00-Varsity band meets in front of
Hill auditorium.
8:00-Cooley club meets in Jefferso-
nian hall of Law building.
9:45-Every man and woman in the
University is ekpected to be on
hand to give the team a sendoff to
the Illinois game.

Senior engineer representatives to
the Student council will be appoint-/
ed at the assembly to be held at 9I
o'clock this morning in the Engi-
neering building.
The following committ'ees are also
announced: Social, E. M. Miller, H.
E. Groves, W. L. Fuller, K. G. Phelps,
J. F. Walker; finance, C. E. Bottum,
}A. G. Kunze; auditing, D. D. Bovaird,
L. Smith, R. B. Robinson, J. H.
Rough, C. J. Heath; assembly, V. D.
Waite, C. A. Stemmer; invitation, H.
G. Sparks, D. S. Welton, J. E. Larr
,son, I. W. Smart. E. M. Ilgerfaritz;
publicity, G. W. Francis, J. L. Baker,
W. L. Clarkson, J. A. Gross . picture,
F. G. Schwalbe, C. R. .Weeber, A. K
Dyment, S. L. Hudd, R. H. Khuen;
~souvenir, J. V. "Tracy, A. H. Liver-
'more, H. Rye, L. E. Daigle, W. Col-
lier; banquet, W. G. Harbert, J. C.
Edwards, C. R. -Ford, R. J., Ernst, A.
C. Hermerdinger;*reception, H.. S.
Pierce, H. N. Collins, C. 0. Barton,
M. B. Doty, L. D. Handy; memorial,
W. P. Favorite, C. Bery, G. R. Han-
ington, W. S. Kirkpatrick; cane, B.
D: Towner, A. 0. Dahlberg, J. 5.
Knox,, H. T. Brohl, C. P. Langendon;
cap and gown, A. O.*Beach, J. E. Good-
willie, M. E. Nampa, F. J. Sheahan;
promenade, F.W. Parsons, E. Mat-
.thews, R. W.' Steetsmith, E. M.
'n %n LTMT nnrhnn cino C-R

ing, they _decided to start it them-
selves."
City Quiet
Ceutralia was quiet today and
Judge George Dysait said citizens had
promised to let the law take its course.
JUNIOR ENGINEERS HOLD HOP
COMMITTEE NOMINATIONS
Eight men of the junior engineers
were nominated for the Junior Hop
committee. Of' this number four wtil
be elected Nov. 20. The men nomin-
ated are: W. Blodgett, R. Dillon, L.
Gaines, W. K. Harris6n, M. E. Mc-
Gowan, O. L. Jenks, P. B. Marshall,
and G. Roderick.
Pres. Robert M. Grindley appoint-
ed the following committees and the
men for the committees, which are:
social committee, D. Longnecker, M.
Rivard, and B. D. Wheeler; publici-
ty committee, R. Fischer, M. E. Mc-
Gowan, and D. Stratbon; finance com-
mittee, C. W. Auer, D. K. Hunter, R.
-D. Smith, and F. Storrer; auditing
committee, P. MacLouth, chr., H. G.
McNamie, and $1. M. Stevens. - The
executive committee consists of the
chairman committee and the class of-
ficers.
NO GLEE CLUB REHEARSALS
UNTILi FURTHER NOTICE

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FRIDAY
10:00-Junior lit elections

in booth in

University hall. End at 5 o'clock.
3:C}-Soccer football practice on Fer-
ry field.
7:30-Alpha Nu Debating society
society m'eets in rooms in Univer-
sity hall.
4:00-Tryouts for Michigan Union
orchestra meet in room 308 of

B~rown, V{ . . ooreuouse s;sg, i. .
Wyman, E. P. Hardell. Due to an error, it' was announced
in the What's Going On column, of
yesterday's Daily that the Varsity
ARREST REDS WHO FIRED ON * Glee club would rehearse at 7
PARADIE IN WASHINGTON o'clock tonight. No appointments to
the club .have been made since the
(Continued from Page One) names are now being submitted to the
announced that D. Lamb, 16 years old eligibility committee. Hence there
who was arrested here as an I. W. will be no rehearsal until further no-
W., confessed to belonging to the or- tice.
ganization. -Tle boy, Allen declared,
.said he had heard his father, James -VEGETARIANS NOTICE!
Lamb, who also was arrested, #talk- Substantial, well balanced, nicely
ing of a plot to start trouble here yes- served meals, at reasonable prices.
terday. The father, according to Al- Two meals per day-Lunch and Din-
len, confessed last night that radicals ner. $6.00 per week. Write, Veget-
had four former service-men marked arians, care of the Daily.-Adv.
for death because of their activities in
a fight waged by Centralia citizens to The Michigan daily, delivered to
rid the cityo f the I. W. W. your door daily except Monday, $8.60
"The I. W. W. expected trouble here a year.-Adv.
yesterday and they were prepared for
it," Allen said. "When the parade was Pay your sumscription to the Daily.

VOU can throw any kind of
light on Murad, and find
themn 100%~ pure Tui-kish
to acco, the world's most famous
tobacco for cigarettes. it is this
famous tobacco that makes Murad
the famous cigarette.
"You can't make a silk purse out of a
sow's ear." Neither can you make a real
enjoyable cigarette out of any other than
Turkish tobacco.

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Pepple!-listen to this talk--it's all for
your good. It's your money you're spending.
It is true that "ordinary" cigarettes cost
a trifle less.

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o'clock.
7:30-Michigan Naval militia meet in
room 306 of Union to discuss Uni-
versity Rifle club plans.
7:30.-Cosmopolitan club meet in
University hall. Prof. David Fri-
day speaks.
SATU4RDAY
10:30--Cosmopolitan club picture for
Michiganensian at White studio.
BIG SEND OFF PLANNED
WHEN TEAMS LEAVE TONIGHT.
(Continued from Page One)
are able to go to Champaign to cheer
the team from the stands, but every
one can go to the train to give. the
team God-speed. To do so under these
circumstances is more thain a duty,
it is a privilege. To do this in the
right way will assure the team that
we are all behind them and with
them. It will be an inspiration to
them that they will appreciate and
will make the battle worth the fight-
ing.'
Harry Sparks, '20, official yell-mas-
ter, will be on hand. In a statement
he urged that every man in the Uni-
versity turn .out to give the team a
.fiting send-off.
LET'S GO MICHIGAN
COMMITTEE PLANS FOR BLOCK
"M" AT MINNESOTA GAME
(Continued from Page One)
ed for seats in the south stand but
through necessity were put in this sec-
.tion.
Students Show Poor Spirit
"This isi a deplorable condition,"
said one of the members of the com-
mittee yesterday. "To think that only
1,444 students out of the more than
5,000 male students in our University
should be willing to giv'e real ac-
tive support to the team, by sitting
in the cheering section.°
"The students, alumni,' and faculty
of the University have protested
against the abolition of the "M". Now
that permission has been secured to
have it, every student of the Univer-
sity will have to enter into the 'spirit
of it in order to make it a success."
Read the Michigan Daily for Campus
news.-Adv.

TRight traing wis the race.
Thats a tru inEldorado is
life as on the the choice of
the world's greatest
i s engineers. It shout dbe
yours now.Y
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need or pref-
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Dinners. Lunches Confectionery
Ice Cream, Delicious Sodas
Make-our own Cream
orders solicited from Fraternities and
Sororities. 218S. Main Phone 166

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BluMaize Blossom Shop
It sure is tough ftat game was lost
But just you- leave it to Coach Yost
To pull new plays, which all will dazzle
And beat the next bunch all to a frazzle
Cheer up, our team the rest will tame
And end the year midst loud acclaim.
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