THE MICHIGAN DAILY ________
°S CHIEFS HONOR MEMORY
OF AMERICA'S FALLEN HEROES
1~The World's Student Christian fed- Michigan Thilv and Chimes for $4.50. !Mi
eration is a union of the different na-f
tional Student Christian movements
ST DN SO O [ ' now existing in about 40 different na- M~ORENCI-ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS'
JOI I DYtFiRA ER s. It has a membership of morel Schedule in Effect October :8, t92*
than 260,000 students who together Cetrl im (Xo Dme
with some 90,000 students of Europe, P.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
S.C. A. AND CHU RCHES UI TE to whom they are administering r"e- ':5s 6:5s Lv Morenci .Ar. z:3s 9:35
'ITH J NTERNIATIONIAL lie', will join in the general observ- 4 3:4 7:45.....drian ... 12:45 8:45
NOTEMENT ante of the day of prayer. 1:15 8:15 ...,T1ecumseh :.r2:r5 $:8si
1:30 8:30 ...Clinfton *.12:00 8:00
- A. Ross Fox, '23, is chairman of the ' s 9:15 .. Saline z....r 7:rS15
Under the auspices of the S. C. A., S. C A. committee 'In~ charge of ar- 5:45 (:Courrt Huse Square A. M.
Ann Arbor churches and students will' rangements. D--Daily, X-Daily except Sundays
f i and Holidays. Friday and Saturday special
observe the general day of prayer set '-hus for students leaves Adrian 1':4S. leaves
bythe World's Student Christian fed- If you lose your dog, a daily classi.- ,inn Arbor 4:45.E7A iTI27"TTr11b...«a.
A wonderful opportunit
offered you in our
V. is me CRUMB
113 S. Ashley' St.
TIRES AN) ACCESSORH
eratlon for Sunday, Nov. 19.z
On this "day special sermons will be.
given by the local ministers and spe-
cial reference will be made to prayerF
and prayer meetings. Notices of the
general observance of prayer will be
sent to all fraternities and house clubst
on the campus both for men and wom-
en with the aim of securing their co-;
operation in this matter.
tied ad will find it for you.-Adv.
Pho4 a6-MAdrian,' Mich.
will buy a Corona,, L C.
Smith, Hammond. Under-
wood, Remington, Royal,
or anyr standard type.
writer you may prefer.
See us before you buy.
WVINES FIELD, SAT., NOV. 18
0 . D. Morrill
17 Nickels Arcade
President Harding bowing rev erentl y over flowger-covered grave of un. -
known soldier after placing wreath. 'Behindl him are Secretary of War ,
Weeks, ief, anhd eeretary ofthe N.0i
The simplicity, of this year's Armnis-
tice dlay services over the grave of
America's unknown soldier was as
marked as was. the, elaborateness of the
ceremonies held over the unknown
hero when he was brought to his final
resting place in Arlington National
cemetery. President Harding anA the
chiefs of America's military divisionsf
'journeyed, attended only by miitary
guards and aides; to the cemetery andi
there, without a word being spoken.
'the President placed a wreath on the
grave, remained with b~owed head for
several moments, and 1 then walked
slowly back to his machinle and sped l
(j ack to his office.
FOR YOUNG MEN
PRESENT'' LAWS OFrE R
ADQAECRI ME CHECK
TWEEDS AND SOFTINGS
Many of the crimes of violence in
the United 'States are caused by the
failure to enforce existing laws, rath-
er than by a lack of' statute s pertaining
to the' purc hasing iand. carrying of
firearms, said Prof. John B. Waite of
the Law school, in commenting upon
Sir Basil Thom son's speech Wednesday',
When asked what he thought oft
Thomnson's statement that the gun is
the chief cause of crime in the United
States, *Professor Waite 'sand:' "I
agree with Sir Basil that the carrying1
of concealed weapons is the cause of
much ,crime, but 'I do not believe it
necessary to legislate, against the man-
ufacture of weapons to stop crime.
'We are too prone to - legislate'
rather than; to 'enforce.' Under our
laws as they stand, if police judgesj
would co-operate with police officials
in arresting and punishing drastically]I
every man who carried a weapon with-
out a permit, the effect on crim'e would
be ,remarkable. When Men are afraid'
to carry weapons unlawfully they will-
no longer, have' the' meaos and cour-
age to perpetrate the u~sual crimes
which now make up so tmuch of the
?vTehfran Daily and chime, for $4.50,
The best quality of
food, and the
is the- basis on which
we doy business.
THE CHINESE GARDENS
106 SOUTH-.MAN ST.
M INTP 1549,
$ '00 and $2.50
We are now located in our new
store at 611 East. University
Ave. and .are showing a fine line
of cut flowers, flowering plants,
'palms, ferns and baskets.
Cousins, & Hall
611 1EAST UNIVERSITY AVE+'.
IT'S NOT WHAT YOU
PAY THAT COUNTS -
IT'S WHAT YOU1 .GET
FOR WHAT YOU PAY
Lutz Clothing Store
217 SOUTH MAIN STREET..
No HIatter .'What You Need-
You're pretty sure to find them at the Blue Front.
If it's "Mum's" for the game - we have large,
yellow, flowers at 75c or $1. If it happens to be
chocolates we can give you the rich, creamy kind
that Gilbert 'makes. And for cigars or tobacco
-we have all brands and makes.
BLUE FRONT CIGAR STORE,
Ciopyrilit1922 Itart Schaffuir & Marxt
Pencil stripe suits
aren ne west
Corner Packard and State
Favored ekerywhere by wpell-dressed men
rj~ E sartest .suits of the :year!.
Made,.of rich undressed worsteds in
plain. blIue. and in blue or black with
faint pencil stripes. 'Two and three
two' pairs 'of
ey bac k!
You'll ixke .them, or nmon-"
The instantaneous service at
the-Lunch enables you
to eat in a hurry! 322 S. State
Sig burly o 'coats only $35'. $40 here
Use yourArcade or Michigan Cafeteria
meal tickets. They're as good as caw h here
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