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October 20, 1917 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1917-10-20

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When you are behind the team and
pushing them with cheers this after-
noon, remember there is a much great-
er cause that is looking to YOU to get
behind it,.anid push too.

POLES JOIN ENTENTE;
CHE T IONA L ARMY
WILL FIGHT ON WESTERN FRONT
AS INDEPENDENT UNIT
WITH ALLIES

only those men are eligible for the
Polish army who are aliens or are not
subject to the draft. It is from these
that the Polish army will get its re-
cruits from America.
Mlore Lxemptons
Mvay Wie Granted

BOO

'ersity of
ig except
Arbor as

But at the same time we'll all
out and give M. A. C. a warmer
come than ever.

turn Of all developments in the Polish
wel- Arriving

Increments to Keep Camp

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ofthe
Arbr om enI
e west
e the
each
Women's league board of directors
Editor meets at 9 o'clock this morning in
nager Barbour gymnasium.
Carey Newberry residence will sell hot
, Jr.
i r . coffee and sandwiches in the dining
Millar room immediately after the game to-
Millar
SPackday. Proceeds will go to the purchase
g of a Liberty bond.
Cooley Health service hours for women are
ne, Jr.
- 8:30 to 11:30 o'clock, -except Sunday,
nageand 2 to 4 o'clock, except Saturday
anager and Sunday.
anager
anager Sophomore women must get their
anager locker tickets at once.

1.
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)ITORS
Clarence L. Roeser
:hibert
MRS
Edgar L. Rice
J. R. McAlpine
Paul A. Shinkman
Vera Brown
K. Frances Handibo
iven
STAFF
Orville J . Gates

4EV, 1.IA.
E hlbert

BIGGER FIGHT
Teets M. A. C. on the grid-
rnoon in what is expected
st real test for the Var-
on.
t wish to discount tlie
f the' game we have on
day.
is another fight being
day far superior to the
notice, the struggle for
o be decided on Ferry
ate. That is the fight for
nacy.over two ideas-
ad autocracy.
are in the stands today
ecessary to remind you d
h individual member oe'
making. You will make
noise your vocal chords
Df producing.
ger fight, ,the world's
r dollars given to a gov-
ing for them are wholly
America's forces are to
clothed, fed, and armed.
1 to give willingly and.
ill mean that your broth-
assmate, or friend is not
ly cared for ,in our fight
. It is placed squarely
ne of us. The man who
ve until it hurts is as
er as he who runs- away
erica to escape the draft.-
YOU AGREE?
America" and "The Star
ner" are two great old

Y. W. C. A. Will Sell Chrysanthemum's
Show your colors at the game to-
day!
To this end the Y. W. C. A. will
exhibit a choice display of yellow and
white chrysanthemums at its booth in
front of Newberry hall. The sale
hours will be from 10 o'clock this
morning until 2 o'clock this afternoon,
but an early order will insure against
disappointment. Home-made candy
will also be sold. The committee in
charge is as follows:' Emily Loman,
'19, chairman; Barbara Marquis, '19,
Kathryn Glass, '19, Beryl Chynoweth,
'19, Jennie Duemling, '19, Ruth War-
ner, '20, Mary Louise Alexander, '18,
Elizabeth Connor, '19, and Theresa
Bennett, '19.
Classical Club Holds Reception
Pantomine scenes from Vergil, giv-'
en in affected costume, furnished the
entertainment at the opening- party
of the Classical club given for the
new members Thursday night in Mem-
orial hall. There were about 60 pre-
sent.
Regular meetings of the society will
be held every two weeks, beginning
one week from next Tuesday night.
Officers for. the coming year are:
Robert Monroe, '18, president; Ruth
Kelsey, '18, vice-president; Lavanche
Rieger, '18, secretary, and Roger
Thomas, '18, treasurer.
Y. X. C. A. Book Exchange Will Close.
All people having books at the Y.
M. C. A. book exchange are requested
to call for their books or money this
morning. It is necessary to close up
this business for the seiester and
settle accounts. Prompt appearance
of those who have been enjoying the
privileges of the exchange will be ap-
preciated. Do not come during the
afternoon for the "Y" officials enjoy
football games and will probably be
absent.
Dancing from 9 to 12 +every Satur-
day night at Armory.-Adv.

situation the most important is the
fact that 'Poles from all three parts
of Poland, who can speak openly, have
definitely joined the allies; and this
in spite of the much discussed plans
of the central powers regarding Pol-
ish independence.
Such is the opinion of Prof. Stanis-
laus J. Zowski of the engineering col-
lege in an interview yesterday.
It is the belief of Professor Zowski
that the decisive stimulant to this
sentiment was the proclamation of the
president of the French republic on
June 4. This declaration announced
the decision of France to allow the
Poles to create an independent Polish
army, under the protection of France,
led by Polish officers, and to fight as
an independent unit together with the
armies of the allies on the western
front.
"By this act France and the other
allies have recognized Poland as an
independent nation. The creation of
this independent army shall give the
Poles the right to participate as a
nation in the conferences when the
map of FEurope will be remade," said
Professor! Zowski.
Poles serving in the French, Bel-
gium, and Russian armies on the west-
ern front -have already been trans-
ferred to the Polish army in France.
A few weeks ago a commission repre-
sentiog the Polish army came to this
country to make arrangements with
both the Poles and the American gov-
ernment for recruiting volunteers.
The work of recruiting was official-
ly started last Sunday in Chicago, dur-
ing the celebration of the hundredth
anniversary of the death of Kosciu-
szko. Important speeches were made,
announcements and, telegrams read,
and arrangements were made for the
patriotic undertaking. Telegrams were
read from representatives of the
French, English, Russian, and Amer-
ican governments, all giving approval
to the raising of the independent Pol-
ish army and greeting the Polish
eagle as a banner of a new allied na-
tion.
The main speech was delivered by1
the Polish pianist, Ignace Paderewski,
who is the official representative of
the Poles in this country. In the
name of the American Poles, Mr.
Paderewski gave the first banner to
the Polish army. Another banner was
given by the Polish women of Chi-
cago.
Recruiting offices have been estab-
lished in all large cities. Several hun-
dred volunteers have already gone to
the concentration camps in Niagara,
Ontario. It is difficult to predict, how-
ever, whether a large number of vol-
unteers can be gotten as many thou-
sands of Poles volunteered in the
American army when this country
went to war and most of them were
Poles who were not subject to the
draft. Under the laws of this country

i

Custer Ranks Full,
Though
Men at Camp Custer who have wivos
and children may be allowed to re
turn home, -thus further reducing the
number of soldiersin training there.
Local boards in several exemption
districts through the state are ,-k-
ing that certain cases be to :ked into
again. This is due to the fa tha
some boards adhered mo oe strictly
to rules regulating the exemption of
married men.
New men are arriving at Camn. Cus-
ter daily to fill vacancies in the ranks
due to those rejected for physical
reasons. Officers believe that the 1,200
rejected men as well as the 1,000 to
3,000 who are being sent to Waco,
Texas. will be replaced before the
third increment is called on. These
men who are. arriving now are altern-
ates and slackers,
Northern Michigan is being thor-
oughly searched for slackers by the
state constabulary.
COMMITTE ON ATTENDANCE {
TO SEND NO MORE SUMMONSE%
Sending of notices and summtrses
by the committee on attendance has
been discontinued. All absences
should be explained to the comrn'ittee
within one week. Every absence not
explained within two weeks is markedl
unexcused.
Strict record is kept and at the end
will be penalized by a warning. This
bars participation in public and cam-
pus activities or reduces -eneral cred-
it for the semester.t y
Each "Absence on the day immned-
iately following or preceding a vaca-
tion or holiday is counted as, three.
Hours for men to report to the com-
mittee are Wednesday 10:45 to 11:45
o'clock; Thursday 2:45 to 3:45 o'clock.
'The hours for women a e Monday
and Thursday 10:30 to 11:45 o'clock.

Leon Greenebaum, '19L, at Goat ;Islaud
Leon Greenebaum,'19L, who is sta-
tioned at Goat Island, San Francisco,
Cal., writes that he is enjoying his
work. He says that, in his opinion,
the navy is the best branch of the
service. Greenebatum enlisted as a
yoeman in the navy early last spring
and has been in tr,%ining all surnmer.
According to his letter there are from
2,000 to 3,000 men in train'ng' on the
Island.
The Kemfp Music Studio: Piano,
Organ, Voice Culture. 312 S. Division
St. Phone 212-J.-Adv.
Subscribe for the Michigan Daily.

Officers' Uniforms a
G. H. Wild & Co., Sta1
Dancing from 9 to 1
day night at Armory.-
ITUTTI
For Lunches am
We have both the in
the equipment to f
best in banking

NEW AND SECOND HAND
FOR A LL DEPARTMENTS
Engineering Supplies
Drawing Instruments
STATE WMAIN
STREET STREEl
Hard. Water Soap
For Gym Use
Its the kind of Soap you'll like because it lathers freely
5c per cake
THE EBERACH & SON CO.
200-204 EAST LIBERTY STREET
Launldiry.Cases
For Parcel Post
SLATER'S BOOK SHOP
PHONE 430 3S. STATE ST,

r
'

Everything new in wall
represented in our stock. C.
& Co. Phone 237.-Adv.

paper is
H. Major

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The Ann Arbor Say
INCORPORATR
Capitaliand Surplus
Resources .:
Northwest Cornet
Huron Stie
707 North Univprai

FLANDERS
OR S
LOWERS

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OR
LOWERS

WE CAN NOW SUPPLY YOU-WITH
White and Yellow Chrysanthemumns,
Gladioli, Carnations, Roses
of All Kinds
Ophelias, Sunburs , Aron Wards, Cecile Brunner, Hoosier
Beauties, Pink an White Killarneys, and American Beauties.
These Roses consist of the Grades Short, Medium, Long and
Specials.

Neolin Special
For Friday and Saturday

HANDY INFORMiATIONFOR
ANN AYBO T7
DETROIT UNITED LT)
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor an
('~ffective U4y 22, IQ
Detroit Limited a d Express
in., 8:io a. in., apd ourly to 7:1q
p. Mn.
Kalamazoo Limited C rs-8:4.
every two hnurs to 6:48 U. m.;
8:48 P. M.
Jackson Express Cars Qcal st
Ann Arbor)_ 9:48 a. in. and ever
to 7:48 n. M.
Local Ears East Bound-5:45
a, . n7:05 a. in. and every twp h,
P. rn.. 8:05 p. M.. 9g:05 p.ii
To Ypsil~nti only,. 9:2o a. m.
change at.VP"iati.
Local Cars West B 1nd-6 ;o
a. m10:o n p. m., ia= a. m.
Do You Know that,
SUGAR BOW
has one of the best eq
Candy Stores in the st
They have their own Ref rig
System, and make their c
Cream and Candies...
You are invited to visit
spect their 'plant.;
Phone 67 11 S.M
your every 13
ing need fulfilb

ALL KINDS OF POTTED PLANTS
IN SEASON

every word of them,

ashamed Of

Men's Neolin Taps sewed

Regular
-r$ce

$1.00 -

Special Attention Given tQ Table
Decorations for All Occasions

a've resolved to learn them
o next twenty-four hours.
going to ask the boys (and
ound the table not to sing
id "She Lives Down in 'Our
ite so often. and try "Amer-
the "Star Spangled Banner."
b

Men's Best Oak Taps sewed $1.00 - -

$1.25

Ladies Neolin Taps sewed

.75 - - $1.00

Ladies Best Oak Tap
Rubber Heels

s sewed .75 - - $1.00
- .40- - .50

Corsage Bouquets
a1 Specialty
Member Florist Telegraph Delivery Service
Flowers by Wire to All the World

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hi 17, 1917.

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Notice! Neolin soles wear tivice as
long as leather. They are water
proof, don 't slip or draw the feet.

Farmers & M
101-105 So. Main

WE SOLICIT YOUR ACCOUNT

permost thing
.orning-"Will

Lansing delegation
lng to bet on its
of the odds they

Paul's Place
611 E. WILLIAM STREET

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