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R ASSOCIATED PRESS
ed Press is exclusively entitlea
republication of all news dis
I to it or not otherwise credit-
per and also the local news

The First Baptist Church
At the morning service J. M. Wells will give his Chautauqua address on
"PERSONALITY"

Prescriptions and
House Drug Needs
Our Specialty
HOWEVER
we have many other items you
will need. So many you will
wyish you had come earlier.

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Of icial newspaper at the University of
ichigan. Published every morning except
iondayduring theduniversity year.
Entered at the postofee at Ann Arbor as
*od-class matter.
Offices: Ann Arbor Press Buildn. Sub-
riptions: by carrier, $.5; by mail $3.00.
ant ad stations: Quarry's; Students' Sup-
l Store; The Delta. Phones: Business, 96o;
fitorial, 244.
Communications not to exceed 3oo words
length, or ntices of events will be pub-
d in The Daly, at the discretion of the
cltor, if left at. the office in the Ann Arbor
Tess bldg. or in the noticebox in the west
irridor of .the general library, where the
ytes are collected at 73ooclock each
'ening.4
obert T. McDonald. Managing Editor
Philip Emery.........Business Manager
ews Editor..............Harry M. Carey
ty Edito...............C. S. Clark, Jr.
q st Editor....Jamnes Schermohorn, Jr.
legraph Editor.... .Bruce Millar
legraph Editor... ....Bruce I. Millar
isoiate Editor.............Philip C. Pack
(omen's Editor......Mildred C. Mighell
terary Editor .........Margaret H. Cooley
liciency Editor......Albert E. Horne, Jr.
arold Makinson......Advertising Manager
aul E. Cholette.....Publication Manager
ernar& Woh.........Circulation Manager
arold R. Smith..........Credit Manaer
'im. M. ,etevre...... .....Offce Manager
Elsworth Robinson..Subscription Manager
NIGHT EDITORS
erbert G. Wi kKon Clarence L. Roeser
Mark K. Elbert
REPORTERS
arry W. Weinerman Edgar L. Rice
usel. arnies "J. R McAlpine
as R. sius, Jr , ,SPaul A. Shinkian
M. camipbell . Vera Brow
onad C.Bromley K. FrancesrHandibo
Eugene Given
BUSINESS STAFF
*A. torr Orville E Gates
m.A. Leitzinger Harry D. Hause
ale H Baad Lambert Hirsheimer
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1917.
Night Editor-il. W. Wenerman
THE AGGIE GAME
Michigan proved yesterday that she
as a team capable of being a worthy
lval to any one. of the best aggrega.-
ons in the country. The new men
rent through their baptism of fire for
ie most part in a commendable way,'
iowing that they can be depended
jpon in the bigger games to come. The
eterans fought a typical Michigan
ght,' being up on their toes and do-
ig their best every moment. The vic-
cry was even more convincing than
l.e score.
The rooters never had a good chance
haance to display their vocal reor-
oire since the outcome was never in
oubt. The only question was the
ize of the score. The stands did
aake the noise and lent their aid in
elping the team whenever occasion
emanded. In this respect they showed
hey are behind the team in the games
o come, and are ready to back it to
hie last ditch.
MEATLESS DAYS.
W ashington o ffcials, the governor of
1iehigan, and other leading men both
tate and national, have sanctioned
Fne day each week to be observed as
meatless" day,kand one dayas a
wheatless" day. The reason for their
equest is the small wheat crop this
ear and last, and the scarcity of meat
ver the nation for the past several
"ears.
The suggestions of leaders are be-
ag observed but partly in Ann Arbor
t the present time. The general rea-
on given in boarding houses is that
hose in charge fear the loss of board-
re unless all housestake up the idea
smultaneously. This appears almost
ntirely without grounds if the aver-
ge student's ideas on the subject are
onsulted. Fraternities and sorori-
les are as a whole doing their share.
11 the whole idea needs is a little co-
peration-
The Aggies were unable to put- on
heir little celebration last night.

Possibly they'll keep their plans in-
act until next fall.
Wieman is no longer a perfect speci-
nan. He missed the first try at a
oal from touchdown.
"Mums" were rather conspicuous
y their absence. The boys are plac-
ng their money in other channels.
No one is denying that Weston
aakes a very fair substitute.
Let your imagination roam around
ong enough to picture the team with
mith, Raymond, Peach, and Loucks
n the squad.
Cancel five of those week-end trips
> Detroit and invest in a $50 bond.
The Aggies' green was not cam-

Union Meeting at Hill Auditorium
7:30 P. M.

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NEW AND SECOND HAND
FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS
Engineering Supplies
Drawing Instruments

John Wellington Hoag, Pastor of the Largest White Baptist Churcb in
Michigan will give the Address.

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
10:30 Mr. Douglas will preach
on
"PRISONERS OF WAR"

Michigan
MEN and WOMEN
HEAR
John Wellington Hoag 0. 0.
of Detroit

QUARRY DRUG CO'S
PRESCRIPTION STORE
Cor. State and University
Phone 08

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NIVERSITY

S ERVICE

Michigan Dames, society
wives of married students,

for the
will hold,

a meeting at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow
night in Newberry hall. Mrs. P. A.
Sherman, recently returned from In-
dia, will speak on her experiences
there.
Notices for the women's column of
The 'Daily should be placed on the
hook on the Women's league bulletin
board in University hall before 2:30
o'clock.
Spicy News From
Other Universities
Clark college reports a decrease in
enrollment thi9 year.
Grinnell's enrollment this year is
the largest in the history of the col-
lege.
Pennsylvania State has 2,053 stu-
dents enrolled for the present college
year.
Yale started its two hundred and
eighteenth year with but 2,000 stu-
dents.
Five women are enrolled in the two
year course in agriculture at Penn
State.
Seventy-four faculty members at
Wisconsin are absent in various kinds
of war service this fall.
Princeton has revised its student ad-
visory system so that all four classes
will be included. This year only fresh-
men and" sophomores will- have" ad-
visors, but next year the system will
include juniors.

of the year
Tonight 7:30
Hill Auditorinm
MICHIGAN CITIES IGNORANT
OF EXISTING BUILDING LAWS
Lansing, Oct. 26.-Though Michigan
now has a drastic housing code, ap-
plication of which will enforce build-
ing on sanitary lines, three out of a
half dozen cities visited by Dudley A.
Siddall, secretary of the Michigan real
estate boards, have officials who have.
no knowledge of the law, Siddall said
today. On a tour of the state, Siddall
said he found that officials in Muske-'
gon, Kalamazoo and Battle Creek were
not aware that there was a state law
restricting building. Grand Rapids
and Lansing have made provisions to.
operate under the code,'and Jackson
also knew of its existence.
Union Holds Saturday Night Dance
The regular Saturday night dance
of the Union was held at the Union
dance hall last night. Prof. Evans
Holbrook and Mrs. H{olbrook and Mrs.
U. J. Wile chaperoned the party. The
dance committee was as follows: C. J.
Heath, '19E, chairman; J. I. McClint-
ock, '19, and M. Urch, '21.
Fraternities and campus organiza-
tion at Pennsylvania are making ar-
rangements to entertain all marines
and sailors on the campus.
The "Y" Employment Office has a
number of Jobs for Monady and Tues-
day.--Adv.

Solid Brass Removable
Glass"Disk Ash Trays J00C
HALLER V FULLER
BTATE STREET JEWELERS
SAGINAW CITIZENS RAISING
$10,000 31EMORIAL TO McGEE
City Will Honor Aviator Who Gave
Life While in Service
of Country
Citizens of Saginaw are engaged in
raising a memorial to Don McGee..
They are setting $10,000 as their goal,
of which amount they have already
raised $5,000. The money will be in-
vested in Liberty bonds and the inter-
est used for scholarships in the Uni-
versity.
McGee was recently killed while in-
structing in aviation at Selfridge
field, Mt. Clemens. He was known to
the students through his daring flights
at Ferry field last year, during the
Syracuse game.
A little job of painting at the right
time wil save a lot of trouble and
money. Call 237. C. H. Major & Co.-
Adv.
Always-Daily Service--Always. ---
Adv.

STATE 5MI
ST RE ET WAHRS MAEIN
ENGINEERING TOOLS
ALARM' CLOCKS
ELECTRIC SUPPLIES
EWITZERS
STATE STREET HARDWAREr

Laundry Ca

For Parcel Post
$1.50

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SLATER'S BOOK SHOP
PHONE 438 336 S. STATE ST.

HANDY INFORMATION FORANARO'T WLS
HANY NFANN ARBOR TRAVELERS
DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Effective May 22, 1917)
DetroitaLimited and Express Cars-7:35 a.
mn., 8:io a. m~. and hourly to 7:20 .mi.,,9:10
P. M.
Kalamazoo Limited Cars-8:48 a. m. and
every two hnurs to 6:48 D. m.; to Lansing,
8:48 P. in.
Jackson Express Cars 'local stops west of
Ann Arbor)-9:48 a. m. and every two lours
to 9:48 p. im.
Local Cars East Bound.-5 :35 a. m.. 6:.4
a. m., 7:05 a. m.' and every two hours to 7 0S
p. mn.. 8:o,5 p. in.. 9:o5 p. in., 10 :50 p. in.
To Ypsilanti only, 9:20 a. m.,,9:5o a .m.
2:05 p. mn.. 6:05 p. Mn. 9:45 p. m. 1 :45s p..1
12:20 a. m.. I:io a. m., x:20 a. mn. ICo ;aline,
change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-6:os a. m., 7:48
a. m.. 20:20 p. n., 12:20 a. M.

We have both the inclination
the equipment to furnish ti
best in banking service
The Ann Arbor Savings B
INCORPORATED 1869
Capital and Surplus $ 500,0
Resources . . . $4,000,0
Northwest Corner Main a
Huron Streets
707 NorthUniversity Ave
Daily advertisers are first
with Daily readers.-Adv.

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One HundredFifty New Coats
Introduced at Atedium Pri es

To Make Your Party
"THE HIT OF THE SEASON"
It will be necessary to decorate appropriately-we have the latest in
HALLOWE'EN GOODS

$17.50, $18050, $25 to $35

Not two or three models that fulfill the re-
quirements of each individual purchaser-but
dozens of them. A wonderful new collection
in which style, beauty and richness are marvel-

Festoons, Napkins, Seals, Crepe Papers, Lunch Sets, Tally and
Place Cards, Gummed Silhouettes, Steel Engraved Post
Cards, Dance,.Programs, Invitations.
COMPLETE LINE FOR ALL OCCASIONS
THE MAYER-SCHAIRER Co.
STATIONERS PRINTERS BINDERS
112 So. Main Street - Phone 1404

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New York.

Only three days out from

Couts fashionably full, but sweeping grace-
fully in the new straight lines.
Coats belted full or over regulation waist

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Thirty-eight years ago today, Thomas A. Edison gave
to humanity the incandescent lamp which made possible our
present highly developed electric service.
Today we are prepared to serve you with not only good
lighting, but also service for almost all the activities of life:
The flat iron--toaster-percolater-air heater and curl-
ing iron are a few of them.

Youthful shirred styles on high waisted
yokes.
Enormous cape collars, square collars and
the clever round styles that drape cozily about
the neck. Of plush, of fur or simple self ma-
terial.
Loose set-in sleeves or raglan sleeves with
gauntlett cuffs.
Wool velours, kerseys, camel's hair mix.-
tures, pom poms, broadcloths and several dis-
tinguished models of Salt's black plush.
All the season's favored colors, including
taupe, forest green, Java brown and beetroot.

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Let us show you what there is to be had.

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Twen ty-five Dollars is Again thePopular
Suit Price- --at ackVs
Two dozen charming models were transferred recently to this group from the
priced collections. Suits remarkable for the excellence of their materials and tailorin
for their distinctive, modish lines. Suits of sterling style and quality, now exceptional
priced.

DETROIT EDISON CO.

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Ann Arbor, Mich.

at the end of the
university Liberty
subscribed $12,850.

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