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his time. This was an indication, he
said, of the University's progress.
Yost Predicts Success of Loan
In reply to insistent demands of
nearly the entire crowd, "Hurry Up"
Yost climbed upon the platform and
following Professor Wenley's example,
did a little mirror reading. He did
not prophesy about the football game
but said, "If the men at the Univer-
sity, who have backed the teams so
well in the past have the spirit of
their fathers, there need be no fear
of Michigan's failing to float her quota
of the bond issue."
Not having their appetites satis-'
fled, the audience hauled Tuthill from
the seat where he was peacefully re-
posing, and deposited him upon the'
stage. From the time Harry struck
the spotlight until he could no long-
er be seen in the distance, laughter
drowned out every other noise in the
vicinity of the auditorium.
"Bud" Hamilton Sings
"Bud" Hamilton captured his au-
dience in one try and from then on
had things his own way. When he
cracked his whip for them to sing
"Goodbye Germany" so loud that the
kaiser would be aroused, the crowd
cane back with so much enthusiasm
that it has been doubted by some
nerve specialists whether or .not "Bill'
will ever be able to sleep again.
The band was present, very notice,.
ably so, and was, as one sage of the
campus said, "The same Michigan
band, only a little bit better."
Accept $1,250,000 as Share "Y" Fund
Battle Creek, Oct. 19.- Michigan's
share of the $35,000,000 war fund to be
used for "Y" work will be $1,250,000.
This quota was accepted by the 1,000
representatives from the Wolverine
state today after an address delivered.
by Di.y\,john R. Mott at a meeting of
"Y" delegates. Later the guests of
the association visited Camp Custer
where the new Y. M. C. A. auditorium
IWAT'S GOING 01
2:30 o'clock-Michigan-M. A. C.
game on Ferry field.
7 o'clock-Upper Room Bible class
meets at 444 South State street.
7:30 o'clock-Union services at Hill
The Varsity band will meet at 1:15
o'clock this afternoon in front of Uni-
All cross-country men are requested
to report at 10 o'clock this morning
at the Ferry field clubhouse for a run
over the regular course.
Ushers are wanted for the Michigan-
M. A. C. game. University students or
high school boys should apply at the
athletic offices between 9 and 11
o'clock this morning. Ushers' tickets
will be exchanged for coupon 5, while
other than University students will be
given admission tickets. All will be
paid 50 cents for the afternoon's work.
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believe it to be the most revolutionary advance that has been
. the motor field' in ten years.
have made a most thorough investigation of the Doble- Detroit
l of the company back of it.
y inquiries and applications for stock in the company to manu-
Doble Steam Cars have been received from all over the country
answer the following information is given: The price is
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lication blanks for stock 'or. further information may be ob-
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BULGARIAN AGENTS TRY FOR
ENTENTE PEACE PROPOSALS
Copenhagen, Oct. 19-While Emperor
William and King Ferdinand of Bul-
garia have been exchanging assur-
ances at Sofia about the unshakeable
loyalty of Bulgaria and Germany and
the permanent nature of the alliance
of the two countries, Bulgarian agents
abroad have been endeavoring to get
in touch with the Entente powers on
the subject of peace.
Their efforts are declared to be in-
spired by apprehension that Germany
and Austria-Hungary, particularly the
latter, may not be over-zealous in de-
fending Bulgaria's interest in the
peace conference, as well as by a de-
sire on Bulgaria's part to escape from
revolving in an exclusively German
orbit after the war.
Women Will Take Special Course
New York, Oct. 19.-Many arrange-
ments have been made to protect the
women left behind by the soldiers in
their departure for training camps and
for France. Plans have been put on
foot to procure them work if they need
it, and many relief organizations have
been formed. But a 1scheme is being
arranged here to train these women,
many of whom will be venturing into
business for the first time, in the prac-
tical rudiments of the law.
Beginning in November, the 1 rook-
lyn Law school of St. Lawrence uni-
versity will open a special annual
course for women, which will consist
of 40 lectures on practical law. Mrs.
E. Jean Nelson Penfield, a member of
the New York bar, will have charge of
the work. Two three-year scholar-
ships, leading to the degree of LLB.,
will be awarded to the women receiv-
ing the highest and the second high-
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The heavy loss among the army en-
listed men cannot be accounted for un-
til further details come in. Possibil-
ities are that they and the navy men
were in their quarters and could not
make their way to the deck. The
army, navy and ship's officers and the
others who were rescued, were on
deck or in cabins.
Among the lost were Third Engineer
Officer Walker, and Junior Engineer's
Officers Boyle and O'Rourke.
Navymen: E. L. Kinsey, second class
seaman; J. W. Kinsey, second class
seaman; J. W. Hunt, second class sea-
man; C. L. Ausburn, radio electrician;
H. F. Watson, radio. electrician.
Antilles Vessel of 6,678 Tons
New York, Oct. 19.-The Antilles, a
freight and passenger steamer of 6,678
gross tons owned by the Morgan line,
was one of the crack American coast
liners. The government took the ves-
sel over as a transport early in the
war. The Antilles was built at Phila-
delphia in. 1907. She measured in
length 421 feet, with a beam of 53 feet,
and a depth of 37 feet.
"ROOKIES" IN TRAINING AT
PORT ROYAL LEARN RAPIDLY
Port Royal, S. C., Oct. 19.-Although
young men training to become "sol-
diers of the sea" are being rushed
through their courses rapidly, they re-
tain efficiency throughout, as is shown
by the record for "making and break-
ing" camp, established by a company
of marine "rookies" at this station to-
day. The routine calls for pitching
shelter tents, digging entrenchments,
mounting guard, cooking dinner, in-
spection, the gathering of equipment,
and preparation for 'return. They ac-
complished the required task in 51
minutes. The previous record was
held by a company of veterans now
serving in Haiti. Their time was 551-2
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
COLLECTING DATA ON DRAFT
Above University Branch A. A. Bank
707 N. University Phone 296-J
DEAN MYRA B. JORDAN GIVES
RECEPTION FOR JUNIOR G[RL
Class Holds Business Meeting; Elee
Representative and Play
Dean Myra B. Jordan entertained
100 girls of the Junior class .riday
afternoon at her annual reception.
Mrs. Harry B. Hutchins, Mrs John R.
Effinger, Miss Agnes Wells, Miss Alice
Evans, Miss Marion Wood, Miss Mar-
ion Dawley, and Miss Louise Potter
assisted Mrs. Jordan in the receiving
A short business meeting of the
class was held, at which Helen Os-
band, '19, was elected junior repre-
sentative to the judiciary council. At
this meeting Emily Powell, '19, gave
a short' talk on the material to be
handed in for the Junior Girls' play.
The committee in charge of t'e play
is: Chairman, Emily Powell; assist-
ant chairman, Doris McDonald; score,
Frances McDonald; music, Hazel
Beckwith; publicity, Margaret Atkin-
son; property manager, Marcia Pink-
erton; business manager, Ada Arnold ;
costume manager, Emily Loman.
Supt. Fred L. Keeler of the depart-
ment of public instruction has an-
nounced that the teachers' examina-
tion for April and August, 1918, will
have five problems of the examina-
tion in United States history based
on the president's war message. The-
teachers' examination in United States
history usually contains ten questions.
In Superintendent Keeler's opinion,
every high school student in Michigan
should study this important address
"Let it take the place of some other.
classio in the regular course," he says
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Liberty bonds or certificates accepted.
With the purchase of a new $8,500
motor-fire truck, by the city, Ann Ar-
bor's fire department will be horse-
The outfit will displace the two-
horse truck now in use. One of this
type of machine, which will arrive
during the latter part of the month,
has been in use in, the department for
A little Job of painting at the right
time wil save a lot of trouble and
money. Call 237. C. H. Major &To.-
Jessie Dicken Hosum, teacher of
voice. 1327 1Forest Court. Phone
Students Taking the New 7ilitary Course
.r Your Flannel Army Shirt Of Us
placed with us will be filled at $3.00 per shirt, if placed
SAMPLES ARE NOW ON DISPLAY
Prices subject to change without notice
Clothes, Haberdashery and Hats
State Street at William Street
l PER CENT RAISE
the demand for increased pay was
unanimous on the part of the 104
chairmen of the Brotherhood of Rail-
n the n
ct. 19.-Representa- road Train'men and the Order of Rail-
organized railroad road Conductors who have been in ses-
ortheastern part of sion here for three days. If the in-
and eastern Canada creases are granted, they will mean
Ly to recommend to the addition of millions of dollars to
, the annual pay roll of about 50 com-
they demand from
gey ncreas ofrot panies which are involved.
'age increases of not
olved are trainmen, I You can get those Neolin Soles put
agemen, brakemen ,on at Paul's Place, 611 E. William,
he vote in favor of while you wait.-Adv.
Yaqui Indians Rebel in Arizona
Douglas, Ariz., Oct. 19.-Sonora
state troops have surrounded 800
Yaqui Indians and their families at.
Vican, a settlement on the Yaqui
river, according to a telegram received
today by Mexican councellor officials
here. The Indians are on what Gen-
eral Talles, military governor of
Sonora, characterizes "unjustified and
Detroit Nears Liberty Loan Quota
Detroit, Oct. 19.- Subscriptions to
-the Liberty loan here today reached a
total of $37,416,800 less than $5,000,000
of the city's quota. The day's sub-
scriptions include two of $1,000,000
each and another for $750,000. The
Packard Motor Car company and the
Michigan'Alkali company took the two
Information in regard to the exempt-
ing or extending the time of engineer-
ing students affected by the draft is
now being gathered by the engineer-
ing college, and will be sent to the
national advisory committee at Wash-
No definite word has been received
as yet from the government as to
whether these students will be ex-
empted until they finish their course.
Preparation is merely being made in
the anticipation of such a provision by
the government. It is expected that
a provision similar to that already
made in the case of dental and med-
ical students will be formed for all
who are taking engineering.
Investigate $3,000,000 Wharf Fire
New York, Oct. 19.-Destruction by
fire of more than $1,000,000 ,worth of
food stations and property along the
water fronts here within the last few
days, although not proved to be the
work of German agents, may cause
the revocation as a measure of pre-
caution issued to alien enemies allow-
ing them access to barred zones.
British Deny Any Peace Negotiations
London, Oct. 19--Replying to a
question in the house of commons to-
day, Lord Cecil, minister of blockade,
denied 'that negotiations for terms of
peace had taken place.with the Vatic-
an, or any of its agents, or with any
other religious organization.
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