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THIRD STORES COURSE,
'WILL. GRADUATE 1081
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ER 24, AT 2:30 O'CLOCK. *
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LEAGUE OF WOMEN ORGANIZE;
MARION FRISBIE, HEAD.
Women acting as heads of league
houses met and organized at luncheon'
The following officers were elect-
ed: President, Marion Frisbie, '18,
J. F. Adams house; secretary, Alice
Worum, '18, Cobb house; treasurer,
Edith McCormick, '18, McLouth house;
chairman of social committee, Doro-
thy Gruss, '19, Hawkes house; chair-
man of house rules, Mildred Lehman,
'19, Sackett house.
The advisability of making a uni-
versal 10 o'clock closing hour was
discussed and also of recommending
that dances begin at 8 and end at 11
o'clock. It was decided that each
house head should bring these mat-
ters up at the next house meeting, and
ascertain the sentiemnt of the girls in
this regard. The necessity of pledging
hours for Red Cross work was urged.
Declairing that he would not "split
hairs" by figuring thirds of a cent in
computing interest on his claims, Guy
Mullison was awarded $262.50 in cir-
cuit court yesterday in a suit againstj
the Great Eastern Casualty com-
EVE. 7:30-9. 20a, 25c 0oo
MAT. 3 .M. 1 Oc, and 20o
A Song and Dance Trip
Around the World
Chorus of Beauty, Gaiety, Melody
ALEX SPARKS & HARRY Al
The Act Different
QUARTERMASTERS A N D 0 R TD.
N1ANCE MIEN BOUND FOR
Approximately 108 students enrolle
in Prof. J. A. Bursley's army stores
methods course will graduate from
the third class to be given by the t i-
versity next Saturday. The qu .
masters will be sent to different can-
tonments, and the ordnance men will
probably be located at the Rock Is-
land arsenal not later than Nov. 8, for
an additional five weeks' training.
The fourth course of instruction
will begin Nov. 3, ending Dec 15. Al-
ready almost the required number of
applicants has been received by Pro-
fessor Bursley The next class will
be devoted entirely to ordnance train-
ing, according to a recent order is-
sued by the war department.
Will Leave for France Soon
After studying six weeks in the
University and five weeks in a can-
tonment or arsenal, it is probable that
the men will be sent to France. The
ordnance men are expected to be lo-
cated in the various war depots over-
seas before next spring.
Two first class sergeants, 15 ser-
geants, 15 corporals, and eight first
class privates received commissions in
the third course. There is some ques-
tion, however, as to whether the
United States will give the quarter-
masters the ranks obtained at the pres-
ent time. It is thought by some that
a substitute title will be conferred on
the men, so that they will not be con-
fused with the officers of the regular
army and navy.
Following is the list of men taking
the course, the majority of whom
were enrolled on Monday in the quar-
termasters' enlisted reserve corps:
F. M. Adams, H. T. Bassett, C. W.
Benoy, J. A. Blackwood, Wm. M. Brace
V. E. Burnett, J. , G. Cates, M. 0.
Champney, K. Q. Chutian, H. E. Cov-
ert, C. W. Darrah, G. F. Darrah, M. G.
Dunlap, Jr., M. D. Ealy, R. W. Fixel,
H. G. Freeman, F. C. Gallagher, G. R.
Gilbert, J. K. Hazel, A. B. Holmes,
Kemp Kenna, M. A. Kentch, L. L.
Krzewinski W. M. Lang, R. W. Laut-
ner, J. Edward Lind, W. C. G. McLeod,
J. E. Mann, F. C. Martini, C. R. Myers,
J. P. Neudorfer, R. B. Oberteuffer, N.
E. Peterson, G. A. Rosenbaum, H. J.
Roussin, E. P. Rowles, D. L. Runnells,
W. J. Sanford, J. Sarasohn, W. W.
Slocum, L. J. Smits, R. H. Struthers,
Harold Titus, S. E. Walker, E. A.
Ward, G. P. Ward, J. P. Webster, B.
Weisman, L. C. Whitney, Frank H.
Wildman, C. McV, Willits, J. B. Wood
The 56 students taking the ordnance
course, who will probably be enlisted
during the latter part of this week,
are as follows:
T. M. Allen, R. Alexander, James E.
Blue, C. G. Boltwood, L. H. Burchard,
H. W. Burton, B. F. Bushman, L. T.
Butler, W. H. Cansfield, G. E. Case, G.
V. Chandler, Jr., R. E. Chase, C. U.
Clark, M. S. Colmery, W. W. Dawley,
F. C. Dittrich, G. W. Elliott, F. W.
Engdahl, D. M. Finch, L. R. Fox, S. D.
Frankel, C. Fryxell, H. L. Garry, R.
V. Gay, E. A. Griffith, W. S. Harvey,
0. Henderson, Edw. Hesline, S. L.
Hudd, Clyde Hum, T. C. LeBaron, E.
A. Lee, G. T. Leonard, R. C. Loomis,
C. H. McClellan, F. R. Northway, G. W.
Potts, R. B. Reader, R. C. Rosecrance,
A. M Russell, Mack Ryan, W. T. Ryan,.
T. M. Sawyer, P. F. Schmidt, C. C.
Sessions, C. J. Sharkey, E. D. Skinner,
H. S. Smith, R. P. Stewart, E. E'.
Storkan, F. M. Thrun, C. W. Tuomy,
G. B. Wells, E. T. White, J. S..Wick-
wire E. S. Wolaver.
326 NEW MEMBERS SECURED
BY Y. M. C. A. TEAMS TO DATE
With complete figures not yet in,
Helen Brown, '18, chairman of the
Y. M. C. A. membership campaign, re-
ports 326 new members. This repre-
sents an increase of 94 members since
the beginning of the campaign. The
total membership is now 558.
The 84, girls who are working in
this campaign are divided into two
teams. The captains of the blue team
are Grace Raynsford, '18, Dorothy
Paton, School of Music, Emily Powell,
'19, Doris Macdonald,''19, Virginia
Cavendish, '18, and Gladys Townsend,
'18. The other team is captained by
Hope Ferguson, '19, Jessie Metcalf,
'20, Katherine Kilpatrick; '19, Louise
Wiliamson, '18, Marcia Pinkerton, '19,
and Mildred Sutton, School of Music.
Dancing every Saturday at Arm-
nrv from 9 to 19 AAmiaainn 75nAAr
* The President of the Uniteda
* States having appointed Wednes-
* day, the 24th of October, as Liber-
* ty Day, and having urged the peo-
* ple of the country appropriately to
* observe the day, it is ordered that'
* University exercises of every kind
* be suspended Wednesday after-
* noon, October 24, at 2:30 o'clock
* in order that members of the dif-
*ferent faculties and students mnay
* take part in a patriotic parade
* and demonstration to be planned
* for that afternoon. It is hoped
* and expected that all will respond
* to this patriotic call.
* H. B. HUTCHINS,
* * ** * * * * * * * *
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MICHIGAN1 MEN APPLY
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SCRIBES $965,200 FOR
HAND COLORED PRINTS AND ENLARGEMENTS
CARL F. BAY
One-third of the 500 Michigan sol-
diers at Camp MacArthur, Waco, Tex.
who recently applied for commissions
in the aviation service, are University
of Michigan men.
The soldiers were inspired by the
deeds of valor performed by French
and American aviators at the front,
and many stated that they felt there
would be more of the old-time glamor
of war in the air service than in the
infantry and artillery.
Real dynamite was recently used by
the class in grenade throwing, and
although the Michigan boys were a
bit timid about using the "live" stuff
at the outset, they soon worked them-
selves into a high pitch of enthusiasm,
and when the alloted supply of ex-
plosive was exhausted, they returned
to dummies with reluctance.
With a per capita subscription to
the Liberty loan much larger than the
per capita subscription in Michigan,
Thirty-second division soldiers today .
sent the total up to $965,200 with every
prospect that it would reach $1,250,-
000, a quarter of a million more than
the quota. The soldiers are planning
a big Liberty Loan day in camp on
Wednesday. Liberty bond buttons are
to be worn by the soldiers, according
to a general order issued today, but
these men will not be permitted to
wear any other insignia.
As part of the plan to reorganize.
the Thirty-second division to war
strength at once, the Michigan signal
corps from Ypsilanti tonight was
merged into the 170th field signal bat-
talion, under Major William Mitchell
Lewis, of Wisconsin. By the reor-
ganization, Major Arnold of Michigan,
one captain, and three first lieuten-
ants become surplus officers, unas-
signed. Major Lewis, the new com-.
mander of the combined forces, form-
erly was president of the Mitchell Mo
tor company of Racine, Wis.
Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing
the speakers to their meeting places.
Comedy try-outs will be held from 9
to 12 o'clock Saturday in Newberry
Women, Too, Are
On The Decline
Michigan Men Have Nothing On Them
When It Comes To
With tears in eyes, we witnessed the
retrogression of man to tea-hound. The
clever learned to classify the varie-
,ties at a glance as Wolf; Beagle,
Blood, Fox and Rabbit; for the ordi-
nary division "With" and "Without"
('staches, of course) was sufficient..
Now behold the decline of the regu-
lar girl into the soda-guzzler. She
tripped in, flopped down, dragged a
dorine over her hectic nose and cheeks
and this is what she said: "So she ex-
pects me to play tennis this cold
weather? How utterly utter! Why,
my de-ar, we couldn't get together this
week anyway-she has a bunch of
dates, and I have ithe Union and Arm-
ory and a shampoo on for the week-
"And that absurd girl attempted to
'bawl me out' for not reporting for
the croquet game with the Psycho-
paths! Why, my hands would get ab-
solutely blue a day like this!"
And she tok a long, deep guzzle of
I hoped she'd choke!
UNIVERSITY RAISES LIBERTY
LOAN SALE TO $184,150
(Continued from Page One.)
solicit personal subscriptions from the
local banks, aside from the subscrip-
tions made by them among their de-
The county committee reported $1,-
206,000 raised up to date.
Loan speakers have been making
a tour of the theaters boosting the
sale of bonds. Mr. Frank DeVine,
city attorney, will deliver a 10-minute
speech at 7:30 o'clock tonight at the
HAS THE NEW
EARL & WLSONOllars
rrovs SESTPR ODUC
Wed.24Alice Joyce in "Richard the
Brazen," and Comedy.
Thurs-25-Barbara Castlet6n and an all-
star cast in "On Trial," and Drew
Comedy, "Music Hath Charms."
Fri-26-Alice oyce and Harry Morey in
"Within the Law." 8 Parts.
Sat27-Earle Williams in "Transgres-
sion," and Comedy.
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BOOKINGS FOR OCTOBER,
Prices: 15 Cents
Matinees 2, 3:3o. Nights 6:30, 8, 9:30
Tues-Wed-23-24-All Star in "Rasputin
the Black Monk." Also O'Henry
Thur-Fri-25-26-Geo. Beban in "Lost in
Transit." Also Keystone Comedy.
Sat-27-Jackie Saunders in "Betty Be-
Good." Also Serial, "Neglected
Wife," No. 8.
Sun-Mon-28-29-Mary Pickford in "Re-
becca of Sunnybrook Farm." Also=
Holmes Travels and Victor Moore
Tues-Wed.3-3i-Taylor Holmes in "Effi-
ciency Edgar Courtship." Also a
Reel Comedy, "Day and Night."
BOOKINGS FOR OCOBER
Prices: 1oc unless otherwise specified
Matinees 2. 3:30. Nights 6:30. 8, 9:30-
Wed-24-Miss Clark in "Miss Geo.
Washington." Also Victor Moore=
Comedy (Rebooked). evening i c.
Thur as lDortha Dalton in "Then of
Diamonds." Also Triangle Comedy
and Ford. .
Fri-26-Louisa Glaum in "The Idola-
ters." Also Triangle Comedy and
Sat-27-Baby M. Osborne in "Fear and
Smile." Also Mutual Comedy and
Sun-28Shirley Mason in "'The Awak-
ening of Ruth." Also "Do Children
Mon-29-Miss Juliette Day in "Th
Rainbow Girl." Also Serial, "Lost
Express," No. 4.
The youth in the freshman toque had
looked pointedly at the twenty differ-
ent girls he had passed on the diag-
The first twenty walked 'by. The
frosh looked again. Then it was that
the senior accompanying him gave a
vicious jab with his elbow,
"What's the idea?" the upper class-
The freshman was too busy watch-
ing girl number twenty-two to say
anything but, "She's wearing one
"Look here," the senior interposed,
"that sort of thing isn't done here."
"Well," said the poor first year
man in self defense, "all I wanted to
know was what sorority most all the
girls belong to, someone must have
made a great haul."
It was the senior's turn to wonder.
"Here comes another girl with one
on," whispered the youth in excite-
"You poor boob," was the senior's
only reply, for the girl approaching
was wearing a little round, green but-
ton, insignia of the illustrious class of
LALOR & GEAR
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WHAT'S GOING ON
HECTOR & PALS
Featuring Hector the Mindreading Dog
3 Days Corn. Thur.
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"THE LITTLE AMERICAN"
Her greatest sensation
Mr, Frank DeVine,
2:30-Students assemble at corner
of North Main and Ann streets for pa-
4 o'clock-Women's league party in
8:30 o'clock-Dr. C. D. Pillsbury lec-
tures in Homeopathic hospital on
"Medical Training for Military Men."
3 o'clock-Senior lit meeting in
room 101 Economics building.
7 o'clock-University Zionist society
meets in room P-162, Natural Science
The Varsity band will assemble at
2:30 o'clock today in front of Univer-
Five sophomores are wanted to
work on the business staff of The
Gargoyle. Those interested should
see Norman H. Isben between 10:30
and 11:30 o'clock or between 12:30
and 1:30 o'clock today at the Gar-
goyle offices in the Press building.
Liberty Loan speakers are asked to
report at 12:30 o'clock today at the
city Y. M. C. A. Automobiles will take
Ann Arbor Branch
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