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THE MICHIGAN E

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Thu Stein-BloecC.. 331

Imaine
Yourself
if You 're a
"live one "--

in this 3-button

STEIN-BLOCH
Coat!

No padding--no stiffen-
ing--nothing but honest
f a b r i c, hand tailoring
and "style galore."

Prices $20 to $40

Lindenschmitt, Apfel Co.

L. C. SMITH,_
CORONIA,
JNDERWOOD
nd other high
rade type-
writers.
FOR SALE
and RENT
Fraternity and Social Stationery
IIMEOGRAPHING and PRINTING,
TYPEWRITING
. PD. MORRILL
322 South~ State St.
(Over Baltimore Iunch)
its anything Photo
phic ask SWAIN
3 East University Ave.
J. of M. RESTAURANT
Quick, Polite
SERVICE

Developing Finishing, Groups
Flashlights, Campus Views

334, Si. State
Daues Old Stand
Phone 2446-4

MICHIGAN UNITS STILL
IN CAMPAT ALENTOWN
SEVERAL COMMISSIONED, OTHER.-
WISE SECTIONS ARE
INTACT.
Ross H. McLean, graduate student,
who left last June with one of the am-
bulance corps made up of Michigan
men, now stationed at Allentown,
wrote the following letter to a friend
who is in the University:
We cannot say when we will leave
for the other side-I doubt if anyone
knows, even the commanding officer
himself. Since the first of September
our section and 589 (the other Univer-
siltes of Michigan section) have been
included in what is called the third
overseas contingent, and the training
has been intensified a bit. We have
been out frequently on alf day hikes,
often in heavy marching order, which
means that each man carries on his
back his ration bag, medical belt, can-
teen, and a blanket roll, a load which
weighs probably 45 or 50 pounds alto-
gether. In the blanket roll we carry
enough in the way of clothing to keep
us going for a couple of weeks. The
roll contains two woolen blankets,
two suits of underwear, three pairs of
socks, a towel, toilet articles, hand-
kerchiefs, five aluminum tent pins, a
rawhide thong, and a jointed tent pole.
The whole is rolled in the half of a
shelter tent. Next week we expect to
start out on a seven day hike-a trip
which is not anticipated with any
great amount of pleasure by any of
us, for it is getting a bit cool to sleep
on the ground. But I reckon we can
do it if others have.
Men Commissioned.
We are nicely fixed here at Allen-
town, though our barracks are rather
chilly these autumn days, for there is
no heating system installed as yet.
We have 42 men now in the section-
all but three or four being from the
University of Michigan. Four of our
boys-Coulter, Pardee, Beattie and
McCauley-have been commissioned
as First Lieutenants in the Ambulance
service, and word has just recently
been received that Edward Turner,
who was with us till August 31, had
received his commission as Lieu-
tenant in the automobile division of
the Medical department, under Major
Fishleigh. I fancy that section 590
has about the best record of any sec-
tion in camp when it comes to losing
its men via the promotion route. Sikes
and Parker are still with us and we
occasionally have the pleasure of
hearing Chase sing and Parker play
his cello. They are in demand in the
Allentown churches, particularly in
St. John's Reformed church, the
church which our Allentown patron,
Mr. Miller, attends. Harry Louis, who
left Ann Arbor with the section as cor-
poral, is now fBrt sergeant and Is
making good. Sikes is corporal and
our two sergeants are George Williams
and Louis Andrews. The section pos-
sesses a good talking machine, one
which can be folded up and carried
easily, and we have a number of good
records. We also have a library of
some 30 volumes, which is In con-
stant use by the men in the section.
We have raealy all of Winston,
Churchill s , . . Wright's aa Frank
Connor' b clk and we have some
by A. . White and David Grayson (old
Micigan men) and other popular
works. All in all, we think ourselves
pretty well fixed. The Ann Arbor Rei

Cross was good enough to sTA Ous
enough sweaters and rn lers to go
round-and I can a lre you they are1
very much appreciated these cool
mornings.
Dear "Victors,"

ing of Liberty Loan parades reminds
me that you may be glad to learn
that 35 of the men in our section sub-
scribed for about $3,000 worth of
bonds, just to holp Uncle Sam out:
Sincerely,
ROSS H. McLEAN
WOMEN OPEN SECOND
FOOD SAYING ,-CAMPAIGN'
CITY AND COUNTY SCHOOLS TO
BE EXTENSIVELY
USED
Second food conservation campaign
by the women's committee of the
Council of National Defense will start
Monday. City Superintendent of
Schools Slosson and County Commis-
sioner Evan Essory have agreed to
lend their aid toward the success of
the work.
Cards bearing a pledgeto support
Hoover in the saving of food will be
given to each child in the county
schools to take home. In addition they
will receive a copy of the food admin-
istrators printed instructions and re-
quests. Upon returning the signed
pledge a card will be given which may
be hung in the window to show that
they are helping .the country.
The chief instructions are, to save
meat and substitute fish or beans,
to save wheat flour, and in place of
it to use rye, graham or corn meal,
to use less butter and fats, and to ec-
onomize on sugar, The use of plenty
of potatoes and other vegetables is
advised as they are abundant
First Drive Sueeessful
The first food drive took place the
first week in August. It was fairly
successful but there was some uncer-
tainty as to the results because of the
confusion in returning pledges. It is
expected the new method will do away
with confusion as the children will re-
turn the cards themselves.
In addition to this Work in the
schools much advertising will be done.
One Main street and one State street
merchant will give conspicious win-
dow displays, and appealing posters
are to be placed in every store window,
according to Miss Jennie Buell, chair-
man of the county committee.

FLOWERS FOR THE FAIR
are always received with pleasure. No
matter where a girl is going or what
the occasion, flowers are correct form.
Even if she.isn't going out the sight
and smell of a bunch of freshly cut
flowers will give her a heap of pleas-
ure. We send flowers anywhere at
any time. We have every kind, fash-
ionable and old fashioned, but all
fresh, beautifutand fragrant.
LANDE RS 213 E liberty St.
LOWERS Phone 294

Hore of Society Brand Clothes
Next to Orpheum Theatre

Just arrived

T"ythe
Fountain of Youth
for your Candies--both boxed and plain
We make a specialty of light lunches. Call agd try
them at
The Fountain of Youth
Corner of State and E. Liberty
Choice Cu t Flowers and Pla,

SHEEP SKIN COATS
with Belts around
also
Patrick Mackinaws

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A Specialty

At'3ade

ogf Corsage

louquets

Special Meals at all Hours

Near to everyone
62o E. LIBERTY

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T HEis rec
tion of pencil
quality - u 11-
equalled for
lTsmoo011 C uni-
formity o fgrading
and durabiliy.
17 black degrees'
from 6B softest to
to 9H hardest, and
hard and mediupi.
(indelible) copp
lug.
Look for the distinc-
tive VENUS finish!

Cousins & HallU AE
?embers of the Flonsts Telegraph Dehbery Association

CITY NEWS,

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SIVE US THAT NEXT ORDER FOR
WINDOW CARDS
and we will deliver the ood
"righ! onthe dto
DAYIS&OHLINGER
PROMPT PRINTERS
Phone 442- 419-111 E. Washington

11

Solid Brass Removablo
0ssa Disk Ash Trays JLPr
HALLE & FULLER
STATE STRE.T JEWELERS
Voq can get thos'e Neolin Soles put
4 Paul's Place, 611 . Wfliam,
il y01 w t.--Ay,

/FREE!,
II59J his trial base
ith five VENUS
DrawintPencilsa
r"- tlflee. Write
American Lead Pencil Co,
" if dihi e.,NX. Y.
DePt. P'11
Try the VENUS Eraser, too. Made
#n 2 sfzes. $2.",0 per 1
Tenor Soloi t wanted for church
position. Call 312 S. Division, Phone
212-J.-Adv.
Jeszi Dicen H su, teacher of
fl . 1327 ggrs pour. hone

Buried while at work under an aval-
anche of about four tons of cement,
Andrew Hosmer, 32 year of age, 1515
Fuller street, was almost instantly
killed yesterday noon. He died before
the last bag of cement was removed
from his body. Hosmer was employed
by the J. P. Rusche Construction com-
pany of Grand Rapids, which is con-
structing the Broadway bridge. Four
sisters survive. Coroner Burchfield is
investigating the accident.
A grant of divQroe and a request a
half hour later for a marriage license
to wed her former husband's brother
is the record made by Mrs. Mary C.
Warboy, in the county clerk's office
yesterday.
Careless handling of his gun while
climbing a fence, cost Maurice 4.
Wright, aged 18, of Superior towuahip,
his life yesterday. Wright's right arm
was shot off. He died from the loss
of blood.
gd M. Roberts, University hospi-
tal chef, has filed suit for breaQh e
contract against Charles R Qan in
circuit court. Hormaa,. who Is a con-
tractor, contracte0 to build a house for
Roberts, Th contract, according to
1v ftberts, was broken and ht
suing for money advanced.

To Make Your Party
"THE HIT OF THE SEASON"
It will be necessary'to decorate appropriately--wehavethelatest in
HALLOWE'JEN GOODS
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

Text-Books and Supplies
For all Courses
WE SUPPLY EVERY STUDENTS' NEED
Sheehan & Co
Ann Arbor Detroit

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Ann Arbor Branch

Law Copy
9t
IUry's ad
The GO1

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Lsave Copy
at
Stulents'
Supply Store

y4SARRBEST 'Inc.
CHICAGO
Outfiters to Young Men
Now located in their new store
608 E. Liberty
Pete E. F. Burns, Mgr.

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0$T-Sunday afternoon between 19
and 3 on S. UJniv. east of the Gamma
Phi Bsta house, silvey watch, gift of
4ead fathJer. Please return to Lev-
rette B. Smith. 25 Linden Street.
Phone 2199-M. Rewad4.
BST-Ladies gold wrist watch Sat-
urday afternoon on Oakland, Cam-
pus, Geddes or Boulevard. Finder
please return to 620 Oakland Ave.
Phone 2022. Reward.
OST-On campus, Church or State
St., an Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity,
pin. Please return same to 11i5
thU St. and receive reward.
WANTED
ANTD-TO buy a late model Mul-
tplez Hammond Typewriter. Ad-
rSg Jony, care of. Michigan Deily.

WAlSTED
WANTED-Univesity max, preferral
Y 1rndrclassrmn, to d iver Dai s,
yevry morning. Apply Woi, Dalbr
ofrcle, Thursday afternoon, 12:30 to
FOR SALE
FOR SALE - A profitable business
which could -be operated by two
students. An excellent op o tui .ity
to work your way tbhroq,ght eg.
For further rticlar8 a ;d ,T: A,
W., lr o ? lP1M
FOR SALE.--$17.50 cash takes Yale
bicycle. Little used. New Pennsyl-
vania oil cup tires. Apply to Ralph
Stone, Jr., 702 So. University St.
FOR SALE-A high class bgj,, very
cbeap. Inquire 5I G6. Division or
Phone, 105-8.
FOR SALE--The Daily, can aekl any-
thing, it is our specialty.

But I must get back , 1Ywork.
Seabright and I, h we r acting as
clerks, wus4 get out a preliminary
T4 r?, which is no slight task, in
pr-epaation for the end of the month.
We shall have little time for it while
on the hike next week. Please remem-,
ber us to our Michigan friends And
tell them that when one of o bands
in the Liberty Loand aJf the other
evening begg to pJiy "The Yietw's"
a thrill went through every Miehigan
maxi ad w$ a4 felt as it we were
marching up ate street after a vic-
toy t team on Fery Field. Speak-

1*

The local draft bjd has recom-
mended the name %f 59 men for mili-
tary service A the national army.
These m P p.sed as "flit" in physical
exa nAt bns. A number of them are
university students.
Ike Fischer's banjo-saxaphone or-
chestra played last night at the Liber-
ty ball given at Selfridge Aviation
Field, Mt. Clemmens, Mich.
Dancing every Saturday at Arm-
ory from 9 to 12. Admission 75c.-Adv.

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4,

Court Cafe
Tasty Steaks, Chops
REGULAR D IN N E R DAILY
Q U I C K S E R V I C E
AND THE B ES T OF FOOD
Special Sunday Chicken Dinners, 40c
108 EAST HURON STREET
The Kemfp Music Studio Piano,
Organ, Voice Culture. 312 S. Division
St. Phone 212-J.-Adv.
Dancing wax in any sized packages.
C. H. Major & Co.-Adv.

..........

When in the market for Lun
ber, Sash, Doors, Interi
Finish, Office Fixtures, an
Special Mill work.

Here, and here only, cap be found the world's greatest

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instruments---
Steinvo enos, Knabe, Sohmet, Grinuiel Bros.,
Vase& .Sons, Shoninger, Sterling, Huntington,
Mendelssohn
and many others, The home of Pianola player pianos
Victor Victrolas..

JOHN i. SAUER
310 W. Liberty Street
Phem. 2484 or 825-U

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and

GRINNELL BROS.

116 S. Main Street

Officers' Umiforms and accessories.
G. H. Wild & Co., State Street.-Adv.

November Columbia'Recox
sale at Allmendinger's M
122 E. Liberty St.-Adv.

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