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,at at Jhex's
THE CLUB LUNCH
712 ARBPR STREET
Near State and Packard

What is a collegestudent without
1ut his pipe? Get yours early and get
the best-a B. B. B. Full assortment
to select from. at HUSTON BROTH-
ERS. "We try to treat you right."-
Adv.

R. BT Co CORPS STILL
ENROLLING STUDENTS

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Ready to Serve
From 11a.m. to 1p.m. - 5 to 1p.m.
Pt of hot tea and bowl of rioe
PLAIN CHOP SUEY
35 cents
CHINESE and AMERICAN Style
Short Orders
ang Tutzj Lo
W6i5 E. Liberty St.

SCHUBERT
9 E T R 0 T
"THE GREENWICH VILLAGE FOLLIES"
New York Company and Production
James Wats, Ted LewisAlHerman, and Verna Gor-
don and the 20 FAMOUS AR ISTS' MODELS

REORGANIZED DEPARTMENT
EXTEND WORK OF ARMY
TRAINING

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PHONE 166
TRUBE Y
218 SOUTH MAIN
QUALITY ICE CREAM

GA R R I c K
D E T R O I T
A. H. WOODS Presents
The Girl in the Limousine
Travels the Speed Limit of Laughter
TUT TL E'S
LUNCH ROOM
Crowded every meal
BUT
Room fWr All Our
Last years customers
One half block South
of "MAJ"

Caters to Fraternities and
Sororities

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LAST TIME TODAY
"He's the Greatest Guy
That Ever Lived"

The department of Military Science
and Tactics, whose offices are located
in the Engineering building, has re-
organized its courses of instrution for
units of the Reserve Officers' Training
corps and is still enrolling students.
The Signal corps unit is open only to
electrical engineers but the Coast ar-
tillery corps unit is open to students
of all schools and colleges.
The R. 0. T. C. was organized for
the purpose of obtaining officers for
the Reserve corps of the United States
army and, since its inception, the
movement has grown steadily. At the
close of the last academic year there
were 208 senior units in universities
and colleges, having a total enrollment
of 43,598 students, and 126 junior units
in preparatory and secondary schools
having an enrollment of 44,777 stu-
dents. More than 440 officers were
assigned to the training of these units.
Units Furnish Officers
During the world wr, the United
States mobilized approximately 4,800,-
000 men in the armed forces of the
country. The greatest problem the
War department had to contend with
was that of procuring a sufficient num-
ber of trained men to fill the commis-
sioned ranks in the lower grades. In
the future the principle source of such
procurement will be the R. 0. T. C.
The course of instruction in the R.
0. T. C. at the University consists of
a one-hour course ddring the first two
years and a two-hour course during
the last two years. The work is not
additional to the. normal curricula as
full credit toward graduation is al-
lowed for all R. 0. T. C. work satis-
factorily completed.
Must Attend Camp
During the last two years of his
course the student in the R. O. T. C.
receives pay from the government in
lieu of rations, the present rate being
53 cents a day. A summer camp of
six weeks' duration is required in the
last two years, although other camps
may be attended by the student, who
is transported to and from the camp,
housed, subsisted, uniformed and cared
for in every way at the expense of the
government.
Coast Artillery students from this
university attend the camp at Fortress
Monroe, Old Point Comfort, Va. Sig-
nal corps students attend at Camp Al-
fred Vail, N. J. Students who attended
these camps this past summer are said
to be enthusiastic about the training
received and are unanimous in their
intention to attend another camp be-
fore their graduation.
ATHLETIC BOARD REACHES NO
DECISION ON HOCKEY QUESTION
Whether or not hockey is to be a
Varsity sport was one of the questions
discussed Saturday morning at the
meeting of the Board of Control of
Athletics.
According to Prof. Ralph W. Aigler,
chairman of the board, In order to
make an effective hockey team, cement
courts which could be flooded in the
winter-time would have to be made.
This would cost $5,000 or $6,000, and
it probably will only be a matter of
time until the courts can be provided.
A final decision was not reached con-
cerning hockey as a Varsity sport.
ROOM COUIUTTEE DECIDES
ON EIGHT APPEALED CASES

AT THE THEATERS
TODAY
Majostic-Annette Kellerman in
"What Women Love." Also
topics, the art of diving, sea-
side siren, educational com-
edy.
Arcade-Charlie Ray starring in
"45 Minutes from Broadway."
"The Aero Nut" with Al St.
John.
Wuerth-"Help Wanted-Male,"
with Blanche Sweet. Also
"The Lost City." Fox News
and a Hank Mann comedy. I
Orpheum -Taylor Holmes in
"Nothing But the Truth." Moranti
somedy and an episode of "Hid-'
den Dangers."
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COUNCIL WILL PICK
HEAD YELL LEADER
Although the official yell leader will
be chosen by the Student council this
week, and will take charge of the
cheering at the Illinois game and all
athletic contests and pep meetings
this year, there is still need of men
for the squad.
Fred Petty, '21, Student councilman
in charge of the cheer leaders wishes
to have two teams of four or five men
each to lead cheers at the Illinois
and Chicago games. These teams will
work together, which will necessitate
some practice. Anyone wishing to try-
out should call Petty at 566, and
make arrangements with him.
The official cheer leader wil have
charge of the men on both squads and
will lead some yells himself. He will
be chosen for the entire year.
HON. JULIUS KAHN TO SPE AK
HERE WEDNESDAY NIGHT
Hon. Julius Kahn, of California,
chairman of the committee on military
affairs in congress, will speak here
at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening in
the Whitney theater.
Admission will be free and the gen-
eral public is invited. The School oft
Music will furnish a musical pro-
grain.
Representative Kahn comes here
under the auspices of the local Re-t
publican club.
Paronize Daily Advertiers .-Adv.1

Effective today's issue, the
price of individual copies of The
Michigan Daily will be five
cents instead of three cents,
which has hitherto been the sale
price.
Subscriptions are still being
taken at The Daily office, the
$3.50 rate for both local and for-
eign subscriptions being in ef-
feet until December.
CHIMES TRYOUTS
Sophomore tryouts are want-
ed for the Chimes editorial staff.
They may report any day this
week between 4 and 6 o'clock at
the Chimes office on the third
floor of the Union. j
K.
WESTERN CLUB WILL MEET
WEDNESDAY IN_ LANE HALL
Starting its second year of activity
the Western club will meet at 7:30
o'clock Wednesday night in Lane hall.
All men and women students from the
west are invited to attend.
The club was formed last year by
the consolidation of the Western club,
a men's organization, and the Rocky
Mountain club which was composed of
both men and women.

Pre-Festival Concert Tickets Left
Although the demand for tickets for
the pre-festival concerts has been un-
usually large, there is still a limited
number of all prices left, according to
Charles A. Sink, business manager of
of the School of Music and business
manager of the pre-festival concerts.
It is desirable that other, persons
who wish to obtain tickets send in ap-
plications at once because the tick-
ets will be mailed out either Wednes-
day or Thursday.

both men and women.

DAILY PRICES RISE

CHARLIE'S OWN PICTURE
Also
AL. ST. JOHN AND THE BEAUTIES

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"The
Aero

Nut"

WOOENLEGS

Original
"45 Minutes
from Broadwyay"
is being
Featured
by the Arcade
Concert
Orchestra

The room commitee of'appeals met
Monday afternoon in the Union and
heard the rooming disputes from the
Students' and landladies' standpoint.
Most of the cases which tame before
the committee were of students who
did not realize that when they took
their room they were under contract
to keep it for one school semester.
Eight cases were heard by the com-
mittee, and at closing time others still
remained unheard. The room commit-
tee of appeals will meet again in room
302 of the Union, at 2 o'clock Thurs-
day afternoon.
BURTON TO BE DINNER GUEST
OF CHICAGO ALUMNI FRIDAY
President Marion L. Burton is to
be the guest of honor at a pep meet-
ing and a "get together" dinner of the
Chicago alumni Friday evening, at the
La Salle hotel.
Every Chicago alumnus recently re-
ceived a pamphlet telling such facts
as these: "There are 1,600 Michigan
men in the city and its environs;"
"every thousandth man held up by a
Chicago gunman is a Michigan alum-
nus;" "every two hundredth man you
bump into on State street is a former
Michigan student."

ON* of Al. St. Jolla's B"autles

TOMORROW
DROROTHY DALTON
-IN-
"GUILTY OF LOVE"
A PLAY WITH HEART FEELING MOMENTS

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