or the following February leave their
names in the Engineering society
room for the purpose of organisa-
GARFIELD VIEWS FUEL
SITUATION WITH ALARM
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time prescribed for the use of power.
Drug stores and restaurants may re-
main open according to present sched-
ules but must reduce lighting one-
of seeing that the orders of the meet- +iSOCCER TEAX WILL PRACTICE
ing be obeyed. It was declared that TODAY FOR GAME WEDNESDAY
the plan adopted should affect a 50 Tu
per cent cut in. the amount oflight
being used in the city. u(Continued from Page Three)
that all the players appear at Ferry
UNION ORGANIZED FOR DRIVE field both for some badly needed prac-'
TO GET MORE LIFE MEM~BERS tice and for the purpose of lining up
the team for the match Wednesday.
(Continued from Page One) ~Besides the highly important prac-
tice it is essential for every man 6h be
Railroad stations, hotels, hospitals,
tee meeting In telephone, telegraph and newspaper
yrooms. _offices are not included insofar as nec-
eets in room 305 essary.
Only enough heat is to be used in
ee meets in room offices, stores, warehouses and manu-
facturing plants to keep the estab-
cuts meet In Un. lishment at 68 degrees Fahrenheit and'
then only during the hours for which
meets In room light is permitted. During the other
ling. Dr. Hamil- 'hours only enough heat is to be used
the "Pharmacol- to prevent freezing of water pipes of
S meets in room Few Exceptions
No manufacturing plants or factory
es me t in Lane shall be.furnished bituminous coal or
plate, fork, and coke, or heat, light or power from bi-
tuminous coal or coke for operation
V club smoker in in excess of three days a week on the'
basis of present working hours: The
rural club meets exceptions are dairy, refrigerating
Y. W. C. A.) plants, bakeries, plants for the manu-
facturing of necessary food products'
DAY and necessary medical products.
neets in room 325 Electric railways are charged with
n from Saginaw the arranging of manufacturing
plants, stores and offices for co-ope-
i club practice In ration in carrying out the provision as
.to days and hours of work.
meets in Lane
its of Detroit, LOCAL BUSINESS HOUSES
AFFECTED BY COAL SHORTAGE
mneeting. in room =y-
well be received each night of the
campaign from 7 to 11 o'clock, at the
Union desk. A record of each days
work will be posted in the lobby.
With the first payment on a life
membership, the applicant will re-
ceive his Union life membership but-
Rhetoric Professor Talks in . Detroit
Prof. T. E. Rankin, of the rhetoric
department, addressed the members
of the Detroit Review club Monday
afternoon in Detroit. His lecture
concerned "The Effect of War Upon
Pationize our advertisers.
at Lane hall at 7 o'clock tonight as.
the line-up for the Ypsilanti game
wil be announced there and instruc-
tions will be given out at that timei
Arrangements are being made with
the Ontario team for a game this com-
ing Saturday, and word is expected at
any time now in regard to the mat-
ter. If the Ontario team agrees to
play the game it will probably be
played at Ontario
Special sale of greeting cards and
fine Christmas statidnery. 0. D. Mor-
ril, 17 Nickels Arcade.-Adv.
Patronize the Daily Advertisers.
BluMaize Blossom Shop
Seat Sale Now On For
Fresh Every Day at
ker for med-
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ships upon any particular class of
dealers. The time from 9 to 5 was
finally agreed upon.
Closing Reports Denied
Denial of reports that the Univer-
sity was to close were made by offi-
cials yesterday after the report had
become prevalent on the campus. !Ex-
pensive plumbing equipment and the
necessity- of heating the University
hospitals were sufficient reasons
within themselves, it was declared, to
do away with any thought of closing
the TOiversity, while the fact that no
shortage of fuel has as 'yet been ex-
perienced by the University clinched
the decision of the officials.. Illinois
university, it has been learned from
authoritative sources, has been forced
to close as a result of the situation
Police were charged with the duty
J. L. CHAPMAN
For Reliability 118 S. Main
Prices: $2.00, $1.50 and $1.00
Quarry Drug Ccs
So. State and N. University Ave. Phone
n each of the fol.
nsishould be sent
Lsidn offices be-
f 1 and 5' o'clock
l Phi Alpha Gam-
send a represent-
walk of life greatly
prefer pure Turkish
The fact that "ordinary" cigar-
:es cost a trifle' less, Sometimes
one's pocket, but never to
- . .--
rads are 100% pure Turkish -the
's most famous tobacco for cigarettes.
Don't wound your pride or scramble your taste for
a trifling saving.
Murads are worth more than they cost-and you
don't have to sneak the package in and out of your
pocket in any company-you know what we mean.
We can have your name on the cards Twenty-four,
hours after you place your order.
Work is Just Like
in and inspect our line of cards for we have
gest and best assortment in the city.
SLATER BOOK SHOP