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WEDESDYOCTOBER ,28, 19;5

17-IE MICHIGAN DAILY

RTTR~f~ ayor, As Editor
SJCS iii~P-ts LCime News
LECION I On Inside Pages
CAMPAI6NGNI ,r
'linm o yri n ('ilies Are Reported
To\ IL: Yc, K;:sev Their Endo-
Mot und Quotas ' I it}

I! rh na ~ e long night settles on the South Pole.Y
T echnic Manager i T H I S W E E K Habits of Arctic Among the unusual birds gathered Game Set AMonday
I _______ by ,the expedition is the fairy fern, +oS c e dH s
Tons Succeedayhosse- z tBirls DunitigsTrip and ethereal of all sea birds. Its Tickets for the Navy game at Fe-
Louis Kirshtemni '2'11, as =~ , 'at \o ward at vliit Tr . c l ale 792 habits of birds for whom annual i consideredthonle ofvthedostndwecate ld S traee al i h
flihtsfi'in he ort orSouh Pleseen against a tropical sun, the bird hands of the post office department
ly appointed mlinaa ditor(10of th l e The BONT ELLS COO. fi-tsfo h Nrho ot oe1looks as though{ it were being X-ray- ysedy twsanucdb h
IMichigan Technic to fill t o -1wancmy urte oi(k:ing, No.ve:. Sa;iiC ~onidv to the equator, a distance of 6,0001 ed, the bones of the wing being visibleAtlicasitonatngt.Fvr
casdld c gautonoB~0ii~t~ j egganITr !lHrsbc" miles, are mere trifles, will be stdiedl thro e ti plumage. ticket heishould be ascails delivered g by today.
Hiss, '25E, in sulnner s~dIoo. 'VThe; ~ ~ I IW by the Whitney South Sea expedition - Tickets for the Ohio State game ar
ter ofs xd~;i 'eray vs- $5 of the American Museum of Natural Over 1500 copies of the Pesby- entirely sold out, with the xeptLion o
AR RI C Wea. at..S~ to 51.1 history. erian Review" have been sent out by the student allotment. Students ma
when the atnnuc applontments are Sat. mgt. 54c to $2.00 In the islands of the tropical Pac- that group to Presbyterian studentsj still send in their athletic coupons,
made. 26th Big week ifie, the expedition has found birds' on the campus.anbuthrelrnmeroexa
Jonpnol2E a ens~etd ~II O E woensigiaces are in arctic s teats. Sales are still open on the
to head the~ department on -ai cle;, R S I tundras, and specimens of others Let The Daily sell it foryothuNrween game at Chicago, and
frel hed b irh aj iE youtA S TNrtWwstenE K i whose home is in the antarctic, and the Classified columns.-Adv. the Minnesota game here.

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INITIATE MORE DRIVESI
Accoirdliin to recent reports, De-
i ro il1,n < several other Michigan
Cj jlll~veraised, and in some in-)
stan(;'s exeeded their quotas for the
Ameh'a Legioni endowment fund
cama~nwhich is being carried on
nilov~rthe cou.1try. An intensive
campaig~azn will be started in the other
MiciLantowns where no drive has
aiy( tlbeen inaugurated, and in places
v here the campaign has been allowed
to slacken upl. Michigan was one of
thle last states to start a campaign
for1 the legion endowment fund, and
onsequently the drive has been slow
in getti[ng under 'way, but it is hoped
th;at soon the state will go "over the
top."
"Ndot one cent of the money con-1
tihuted to the endowment fund ge
t the American Legion," affirm s,
'~Joseph J. H-erbert, state_ commander
of the legion in Michigan. "The in-
come only from this fund will be used;
for the care of the war orphans and
disabled former service men who do
not receive assistance from any other
source."
S)pecial appeals are being made toj
the citizens of Michigan to subscribe1
to the legion endowment fund and
apunt the state over the top in the,.
honor column. More than 40 of the
40, states have already raised their
quotas, Some of them securing more
tthan the amount. allotted to them..
1 earnestly hope," says Joseph W.
Fo'rdney, former ,United States con-
gressman from Michigan, who is the
9ci rairnnan of the state committee, "that
the citizens of this great state will
realize their duty toward our desti-'
tute ward1s, and contribute as gen-
cerously as they would like to have
u ieif their lives had been snuffed
out (duingii the war and their chil-.

change has also been made on heic'
business stafr in the se lec~it c ofu
Jamies Lafer, '27E, as circulation u-
agter, a position formnerly held joint ly
Sby Charles Flagler, '26EP, aad D a vid
Cameron, '27E.
The first issue cf the Technic will
appear on the campus Nov. 15.
TANGIER, Oct. 27.-A report tihat
Abd-El-Krim, the Ruiffian chief, liad
openedlpeace fnegot iationg Wi !i Lbe

Beet LI afayetteIN ialhs, ithat cShelby
~UIW '~ Bar-ain 'Mat.,
Thursday, best seat,$.I b t j5C to $2,5o
The STUDENT PRINCE:
E~vcry Music-iLover W ii Bear It!
Male Chorus of 60 Girl Choruis of 3,
Tli'renehiand 2pn a ~Lards was athlvtal-
tively (eln ed he re.

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"Streamer lines" disappeared andit
crime news was segregated on an ini-
side page when Arthur E. Nelson,!
mayor of St. Paul, became editor for;
a day of a St. Paul newspaper. Wt
was his first venture as a journal
ist.
dren were the ones who are now suf-
fering. Let us put Michigan over the
top in a hurry."
BERLIN, Oct. 27. - German re-
search has revealed that Europe dis-
covered the umbrella 175 years ago
this week. The first was brought to
London from China.
In honor of J. K. Dunn, '24, former
president of the Oratorical associa-
tion, who is now on his way to the,
Orient, a luncheon was served yes-
terday noon at Lane hall tavern.
Want a room? Read Page Seven
and usc the Classified columns.-Adv.r

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