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VEG~ETARIANS, INOTICEI
Siabstantzal, well balanced, nicely
served meals at reasonable prices.
Two- meals per day--lunch fnoon,
dinner, 6:00 P. M.- Write the Vegetar-
ians, care of Daily.--Adv.

11:30 a. m. toI
Steaks and Chops

midnight
314 S. State ;

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THURSDAY
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2 :90-Student council meets for an-
nual picture in Spedding studio.
7 :00-Musicians for* Cosmopolitan
club play report 305 Ulniversity
hail. Anyone wanted who can play
any instrument.
7:00-Mandolin club meets for re-
hearsal in University Hall.
7:30-Presbyterian Christian Endeav-
or party, in church' parlors.
7 :30-Polonia Literary circle meets'
in Lane hall. N

SATURDAY
imen hold

smoker in

(Continued from Page One)
Invocation-Rev. L. A. Barrett pof the
Presbyterian church.
Comm-iunity sing-Led by Mr. Russel
Carter, director of music in th~e
public schools, .assisted by the
Varsity Glee-club.
Thanksgiving reading.J........
.~Carl Johnson, '20
Vocal solo . Mr. Willia~m H. Wheeler
"The Lord Is My Light"'.... Allitson
Thanksgiving address-Prof. Lynn H.
Hough, president of Northwestern
university.
Selection .........Varsity Band
Singing of America,....Audience,
Benediction....Reverend Barrett
Ushep Named
A special feature has been planned
for the meeting in the way of ushers.
They will be well known men on the
campus who will lend their services
for the promotion of good fellowship
and to make the service an all-cam-
pus affair. The names of the men
are as follows: William Angell, '21,
Steward'Baxter, '21, Willis Blakeslee,
'22L. Myron Broekema, '22, Brewster
Campbell, '22, Mark Covell, '22M,
James Fry, '22, Le Grand Gaines,
'21E, Kendrick, Kimball, '20, H, P.
Lindsay, '21, Boyd Logan, '21,- John
McManus, '21, Edward Priehs, '22, Lin-
coln Quarlirg, '20, Edgar Rice, '20,
-Vincent Riorden, '20, and Theodore
Sedgwick, '21.
SCARCITY OF PRINT PAPER
CURTAILS DAILY CIRCULATION
(Continued from Page One)
tising the t oftentimes supplemnents are
issued carrying nothing' but adver-
tising.
The Times News is fairly well pre-
pared, having a supply on hand suf-
ficient to last them for~ a year, ac-
cording to officials 'of that publica-
tion. Job printers will not suffer like
the daily and weekly publications,
some of which are already beglnnin~
to close their plants.
HYDE PARK ELEVEN 3MEETS ANN
ARBOR GRIDERS THlURSDAY

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SULNDA~Y
7:30 a. m.-Corporate communion of
Episcopal women otudents at St. An-
drew's church.
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(mAssociated Press)
Juarez, Mex., Nov. 26. - General
elipe Angeles and his two compan-
ns, Major Nester Enciso de Arce and
nionla Trillo, captured near Parral,
hihauh ia, Nov. 15, by federal forces
'ere fou'nd guilty by a court martial
tChihauhau city this morning and
mtenced to lbe shot at noon today,
,cording ,to information received by
idge Gonzales Medina of the Mexican
deral court here this afternoon.
The sentence was not carled out it
'as said, because the attorneys fdr
ngeles appealed to the federal court
tJuarez and the supreme court of
exico, in Mexico City, for a stay of
Kecution by appealing for a writ of
Rh ans nris_.

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AD nREUNIO1N HELD
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the

Camp Davis men held their first re-
union Tuesday evening in the rea'd-
ing room on the second floor of the
Union. At the meeting -Prof. Henry
E. Riggs, Prof. Clarence T. Johnston,
Professors King, Cissel, Bouchard,
Wisler, Atwell, and Dr. Forsythe spoke
to the members.
The pow-wow took place in the form
of a real tamp Davis sing. The Camp
Davis quartette and the camp orches-
tra furnished the music. Plenty of
smokes and eats were on hand for all
th~ campers.
A rangements are urxier way for
another- get-together in the -form of
a dance, banquet, or smuoker,-to take
place in the near futurO. Ticket. sale
~for the first smoker amounted to- $32
and expenses were $32.40.

Gridiron enthusiasts are going to be
permitted to see a. good exhibition of
their favorite pastime Thanksgiving
day afternoon, when the strong, Hyde
Park team- of Chicago meets the Ann
Arbor High school eleven oni Ferry
field. This is the first" season in a
long time that - Ann Arbor has had a
good enough-team to compete in such
a contest.
-Hyde Park comes here with a clean
slate. Simmons, who plays fullback i
for the Windy City team, is said to be
a hard man to stop.
Ann Arbor has also had a very suc-
cessful year. The local eleven held
the championship Jackson outfit to the
lowest score of the season.' Two oft
the backfield men, Gregory and Crip-
pen, have been mentioned on several
all-State teams.
The Athletic association is co-oper-.
ating with the high school authorities
in bringing the 'Hyde Park team here.'
Any fraternities that wish to help en-
tertain the visiting team pay ar-
range to do so" by getting In" touch
with Coach Mitchell.
See the beautiful soft colorings of
advance wall-paper patterns for 1920.
C. H. Major &,Co .--Adv.
Read the Michigan Daily for Campus
~news.-Adv.'

ailoring;

for the
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fought bat-
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delta Sigmat
f the game,t
.hdowns forl
final scorel

Dr., A. Povey, 19736, Dies in Detroit
Dr.G. A. Povey, '97M, whose repu-
tation as a gynecologist was known
throughout the state, died .Monday in
Detroit followinag an operation. Dr.
Povey graduated fromj the Uni-
versity 22 years ago with, degrees of
LL.D., and 'M.D. He was 46 years of
age at. the time of his death.

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