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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

I UULI I EULUII I LLiJ
IN FIRST MEET TODAY

WILL PLAN STATE CONVENTION
TO BE HELD HERE IN FEB-
J.RARY
All members of the Student Volun-
teers are especially urged to be pres-
ent at the first meeting of the year
to be held at 4:30 o'clock today in
the Upper Room of Lane hall. William
Williams, '23M, president of the lo-
cal group is eager to get in touch
with every Volunters in the Uni-
versity at this meeting and besides
the regular business of the organiza-
tion it is intended to make this gath-,
ering one of a get-acquainted nature.
One of the biggest things tAe band
h"s to consider this year is the con-'
vention here in Ann Arbor of the
state Student Volunteer union some-
time in February. Bennett Avery,'1
25M, is president of this state union1
and was president of the local band
last year. Plans for this convention.
'vl.1 be started at the meeting today.
CALLS FOUR UOUSE
COMMITTEES EARLY
Washington, Sept. 30. - Twenty
members of the house-appropriation
committee were urged by Chairmanf
Madden to return here Nov. 10 to be-
gin work on the first of the big sup-
ply bills.,
It is the chairman's plan to put four
of the sub-committees to work on that
day so as to have ,as many appropria-
tional measures ready for consider-
ation by the house at the opening of
the December session. The time fixed
for the beginning hearings was taken
in some quarters to mean that Mr.
Madden did not look for an extra
session in November, except possibly
one called by the President to take up
the ship subsidy bill.
STINNES FIGURED
ON U. S. LOANS
New York, Sept. 30.-Atachment of
funds carried in four New York banks
to the credit of Hugo Stinnes, German
industrial magnate, in connection
with a $2,055,185 breach of contract
suit filed by James A. Tillman, pro-
moter, has revealed that Stinnes,
through various financial . schemes,
ha dmade attempts to float loans for
hundreds of millions of dollars in this
country.t
Stinnes, Tillman's statement said,
was to furnish collateral security that
Tillman might undertake to secure a
loan o $125,000,000 in the United
States.
This amount was needed by Stinn es
at the time, it was said, for the pur-
chase of American raw materials.
Instead of furnishing this collater-
al, the statement continued, Stinnes
concocted a lot of "fanciful financial
schemes as a sort of panacea for Ger-
many's financial afflictions." which
Tillman thought would never be se-
riously entertained by American bank-
ers. --
FURLONG INVITED
TO LEGION MEET
Harold A. Furlong, '24M, has been
invited to attend the fourth annual
convention of the American Legion
which will be held Oct. 16 to 21 in New
Orleans. Furlong is one of the few
men who won the Congressional Medal
of Honor, and it is as a Medal of;
Honor man that he will attend the con-I
vention. Besides the Medal.,of Honor,
he hdlds the Croix de Guerre, Italian
War cross, and is a Chevalier of the
Legion of Honor.
Furlong is temporary chairman of
a body of Medal of Honor men which
was formed last year at the third an-
nual convention of the Legion at Kan-
sas City. Final arrangements, election

of officers and naming the organiza-
tion? which by its nature will be limit-
ed to between 5Q and 60 members, will
be made at this convention, he said.

'STEAMER AQUITAMlA C4IMiS
ROMEI E AMA1LY BAT TED UPi
SNew Yorkc, Sept. 80.--Battered and
patched after a harrowi g voyage
through one of the worstA ntic hur-
ricanes in years, the Cunard liner Aq-
uitania steamed into port today. Ff-
teen state room windows were smash-
ed and other damage inflicted when
the vessel encountered a te ii1 storm
when butoneday ou t from oierboturg.
Forty passengers! were cor>lied to
sleep in the lounge room oviing to wa
ter in their staterooms.
E IGLT SUSPECTS IND1TED
AND SUSPENDED IN CHICAO
Chicago, Sept. 30.-Eight more offi-
cials and employes of Chida board
of education, named in indictments
with Edwin F. Davis and Albert lt.
Severinghaus; former president and
vice-president of the board, on charg- f
es of graft and irregularities in han-
dling schccl funds, have been sus
pended by Dr. John Hill R'obertson,
president of the board.
NEW STACKROQW TO BE ADDED
TO LAW BUILDING ,LIBRARY
Twenty cases of new books have
necessitated the addition of a new
stack room to% the Law Library as
the present one is filled. One of the
lecture rooms on the third floor of the
north wing of the building is being
fitted up for this purpose. It will al-
so provide the library staff ,vith a
workroom ' and furnish the badly
-needed space for new books which are
constantly arriving.

MlISS %GLFNNA COLETT WINS
WOMEIN'S GOLF CIIA1IPIONSHIP
Wete0.s lphur aSprigs, 1WyVa.,
Sept 3.-is GeaCot,19yr
old Providence girl, is the new woman
golf champion of the United States.
She was crowned late today on the
course of the Greenbriar club, where
she combatted Mrs. Willia mA. Javin,
E0nglishchampion, in a scintillating
36 hole match to end the national
wOnu's tournament. She outplayed
her rival almost continuously. She was
he he of anAmerican champion-
ship of America.
Rider, the pen specialist.-Adv.
Got a room to rent? A Daily classi-
fled ad will 'find a roomer.-Adv.
Lose something? A classified in
the Daily will find it.-Adv.
Martha-Ann Fruit Cakes of Cincin-
nati. Tice's Drug Store. 117 S. Main
St.-Adv.

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Shubert Opening OJISte.le Winter
Season Tomorrow,
MICHIANMonday, Oct. 2
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TELEPHONE MAIN 7790

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Sunday, Oct. I
Nights 50c to $2.50

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Wednesday $
Best Seats
Sat. Mat. 50c to

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READ TilE DAILY OFFICIAL
Every student is required to
read this bulletin, accordingto
a recent communication of Pres-
ident -Marion L. Burton. Make
sure that you subscribe to The
Daily, and get this bulletin.
Come up ntohe Press building,
or subscribe on the campus.
Three dollars and a half for
the whole year.

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PRICES:

Nights.;.:........... .. ...50 e, $1.00
Matinees TRes., Thurs., rind 'Saturday. 25c,' 50c

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Music by Lewis Gensler and Dudley Wilkinson

Each Attraction Begins on Monday and Closes on Sunday Night

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When you're tired of studying and need relaxation -
try Music - the greatest and most natural tonic for tired
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COAL PRODUCTION RAPIDLY I
ASSUMING NORMAL STRIDE
Washington, Sept. 30.-Production of
all coal, bituminous and anthracite, for
the week ending today, is estimated at
about 11,600,000 tons by the geological
survey in its weekly report. This was
calculated to be sufficient to meet cur-
rent consumption, though probably not
quite enough to allow storage for the
future, and at th'e same time supply
all winter requirements"of the north-
western states whose shipments must
move by way of the Great Lakes water
roads before navigation closes.
ANNOUNCES THAT
Quarry Drug Co.,
Calkins-Fletcher Drug Co.,
(Packard and University branches)
will take in MICHIGAN DAILY
classified ads. Drop in at any of
these stores or at the Press build-
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will need one

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reasonable prices and give you good ser-
vice in tuning and regulating.

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