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Lane Hall

Cooley Predicts DEATH REPORED OF DENTL
GRADUATEIN GERMAN ARMY
Another Conflict the
Wit th mlitary record of Ernest

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SMALL PRIVATE DINING
ACCOMODATING AS HIGH AS 25

BOARD BY THE WEEK AND
INDIVIDUAL MEALS

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U. S. Army Wool Blankets.............now $2.50 and up
Regulation O.D. Wool Shirts ..................$4.38
Heavy Blue or White Barracks Bags, Suitable for
ILAUM)NRY BAGS
O.D . Ivool Laced Breeches and Full Length Trousers
Extra Quality Fruit Jams in No. 10 Cans, f lbs. for. . .$1.60
Sliced Pine Apple in No. 2 Cans at.................25
Bacon in Cans, less than 20c per lb. Canned Roast Beef,
Pumpkin, Corn, String Beans, Mess Cans, Canteen ,Leggings,-
--HipRubber Boots, Gloves, etc., on sale at the
ARMY SURPLUS STORE -- 2 1 aNo FOURTH AIE.

YOU will find the choice
Pictures and complete line

When interviewed regarding the re-
cent speech of Secretary of the Navy
Daniels, which proposed the alterna-
tive of either an international agree-
ment among the world powers or an
immense naval program exceeding
that of any other sea power in exist-
ence, Dean M. E. Cooley refused to
comment on the contents of the speech
itself.x
However, Dean Cooley did not hesi-
tate to express his opinion concerning
the future outlook of the international
situation. "In my mind there is no
question but there will be another
worid war. In all probability it will
far outstrip all previous struggles, not
excepting the one through which we
have just passed. We are not out of
the woods yet by any means. World
conflicts have only just begun.
TWO -NITRATE PLANT BILLS
ARE NOW BEFORE CONGRESS
Two bills are now before CongressI
with reference to changing the gov-
ernment nitrate plants manufacturing
munitions during the war ihto plants
for the manufacture of fertilizers.
Prof. A. H. White of the department
of chemical engineering is working on
the redesigning of Nitrate Plant No. 1,
near Muscle Shoals, Alabama.
One of these bills is now before the
Senate. It deals with the government
organization and operation of plants
to produce fertilizer in time of peace
and munitions in time of war. This
bilLwas contemplated in the-National
Defense Act of 1916, which made the
first appropriations for the plants.
These have grown in such a way as to
make the fertilizer interests alarmed
and the 'bills are meeting with some
opposition.
The second bill is for an appropria-
tion for $10,000,000 to carry on the
building of a dam in the Tennessee
river at Muscle Shoals at Nitrate Plant
No. 2.
COPY BEING PREPARED FOR
DECENNIAL ALU3M CATALOGUE

Schatzle, '11D, has came the first no-
tice of his death,-which occurred Sept.
2, 1917, while he was serving with the
German air forces at the French front.
Schatzle was a German ace.
At the beginning of the war Schatzle
was practicing his profession at Wal-
denburg, Switzerland. He left his
practice, however, when he was called
to the colors in October, 1914, entering
the air service. He became an unter-
officer, which corresponds to the rank
of sergeant in the United States army,
was cited for distinguished service in
action, and eventually became an ace.
He was killed in action Sept. 2, 1917,
and his body was returned to Walden-
burg for burial.
Read The Daily for Campus News.
Paronize Daily Advertiers.-Adv.
Courteous and satisfactory
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or small.
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Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $625,000.00
Resources .........$5,000,000.00
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cans for all "touch-up jobs around the house.

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Copy is now being prepared at the
Alumni Catalogue office for the decen-
nial alumni catalogue which is due to
appear this year. At present it is not
actually known whether or not the
book will be published this year, as
the consent of the Board of Regents is
necessary, and too high a cost for pub-
lishing would probably cause the
board to postpone the printing of the
book.
If the catalogue is printed it will
contain lists of all the regents of the
University, the presidents, secretaries,
treasurers, superintendents of public;
instruction, members of the faculties,
graduates, and non-graduates who at-
tended the University.
The catalogue has found ready salel
among alumni in the past, but it may
be that the cost of putting out the
book this year would make the price
too high. In such a contingency the
University would have to bear the loss,
and it is this possibility which makes
its publication uncertain at present.
CERCLE FRANCAIS TO SPONSOR
PLAY AND DANCE NEXT FRIDAY
"Un Monsieur qui prend la Mouche"I
is the title of a play by Labiche which
will be presented by members of thel
French faculty Friday evening, Jan.
21, in Sara Caswell Angell hall. The
play will be followed by a dance. Both
entertainments will be under the au-
spices of the Cercle Francais, and a
membership ticket will serve as ad-
mittance.
Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.

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