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Ten Reasons Given for Joining "Y"
"Why join the. Y" is the pointed
query that heads cards issued by the
"Y," listing ten good reasons for do-
ing so. Prominent among them are the
"Service" and "Religious Environ-
ment" the association offers.
Mr. and Mrs. Graham to Chaperone
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Graham will act
as chaperones at the Armory dance
to be held Friday, Oct. 26, 1917.
You will always find bargains in
Daily advertisements. Read them.-
Red Cross Ships Knitted Goods
The county Red Cross committee
made a large shipment of hospital
and knitted goods last Wednesday.
Plans are now being made for the dis-
tribution of Christmas parcels among,
the boys at the front and in the var-
Ladies coats relined. Albert Gi
217 S. Main St. Upstairs op
Mack & Co.-Adv.
Use the Daily classified colu m
News headline-Germans invent new
kind of food. Probably more bunk for
Wonder what happened to .those ad
vocates of shoe shining and manieur-
ing as a war measure to help buy
House parties and dress suits scarce-
ly harmonize with Liberty loan cam-
paigns and khaki.
There are those of us who are glad
we are living where these meatless
and wheatless days are optional.
Harry M. Carey
.. .... ..C. S. Clark, Jr.
..James Schermerhorn, Jr.
r ............. Bruce Millar
.........Bruce A. Swaney
..............Philip C. Pack
........Mildred C. ighell
.......Albert E. Horne, Jr.
. . Circulation Manager
h...... Credit Manager
e..... ..Office Manager
ence L. Roeser
W. Weinerman Edgar L. Rice
g Barnes' J. R. McAlpine
R. osis. Jr Paul A. ShinAman
Campbell Vera Brown
d C. Bromley K. Frances Handibo
Storrer Orville E. Gates
[. Ba ad Lambert Hirshuner
Frank N. Gaethke
IURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1917.
Ighit Editor--C. M. Campbell.
"OVER THE TOP"
a sense Michigan is to be con-
lated this morning. Rather those
of Michigan who raised the see-
Aberty loan quota on the campus
be congratulated. And it isn't'
0i -of' oe person shaking hands
himself, or with one other man.
se who have gone out and met
rguments thrown at them, and
finally conquered, have done
for Michigan. They h4ve done
for their country.
two days still remain before
riptions close. The opportunity
11 open to pour into the campus
many thousands of dollars, for
tg the Maize and Blue mark high-
'here are still many who have not
their duty to Liberty, and ham-
I their blow into the kaiser.
remain who have not helped
their comrades already gone and
before the war is over. Many
back who are living in compar-
luxury, and refuse to believe
i.merlca is fighting for her exist-
Many will not realize that we
reached a point where we MUST
bonds or pay LGermany an in-
ity much greater.
iy still cling to the idea that it
light hearted privilege to help
ation. They must loan their
before. Michigan's campaign can
Iled a, success.
tted sweaters of the style recom-
ed for the service, in blues and
the handiwork of women, are
sent to France and to the home
rg camps by the hundreds. That
are appreciated by the wearers
"eed by grateful letters sent
ir; makers.. All this is well and
and as it should be.
take a walk along the diagonal
nappy fall day. Count the army
ers being worn by students.
nize their texture, their design,
tote the pains-taking care and
ht thatis woven into kverybit
Ir texture. Yesterday 13 of these
counted upon the campus within
n hour. And their wearers, all
m well able toafford comforta-
vilian attire, were not in funi-1
but were clad in the raiment of
ul times. They were wearing
ag designed for men bearing
ims of their country. The only
a inference we may draw is
he wearers were either desert-
:m the army, or slackers.
know that they were neither of
We know that they do not ap-
te that they are enjoying a com-
itended for others, away from
varm firesides, enduring the rig-
1 hardships that they in Ann Ar-
ight enjoy the comforts of nor-,
mes. And we are sure, too, that
hey realize that they might well
hat warm army sweater to a
in the service, that they will
no time in doing so, and appear
'e, openly depriving others of a
-t which might well be theirs.
Between the shortage of sugar and
coal we may have a bitter, cold winter.
I Women I
Board of representatives of the Wo-
men's league will meet at 9 o'clock to-
morrow morning in Barbour gymnas-
Freshmen and new girls interested
in stunts given by Masques are re-
quested to report at 4:30 o'clock Mon-
(Jay afternoon at Sarah Caswell Angell
Dean Myra B. Jordan's reception for
the senior class will be given at 3:30
o'clock this afternoon.
A ten-mile hike will start from Bar-
bour gymnasium at 9:30 o'clock tomor-
Members of the women's Liberty
loan committee must make final re-
ports at 5 o'clock this afternoon or
at 11 o'clock tomorrow morning at
Comedy club tryouts take place from
9 to 12 o'clock tomorrow morning at
PLAN CHANGE IN!
\ HOURS OF DANCES
Women's Council Will Soon Call
Meeting of League House Heads
To Draw Up Rules.
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Dances in the future will be much
simpler, and will begin at 8 o'clock
and end at 11 o'clock, if the plan of
procedure outlined by the Women's
judiciary council at their meeting
'Wednesday noon, held at the home of
Dean Jordan, is carried out.
Letters recommending this change,
both on acount of the earlier schedule
of all University classes, and also as
a war measure, will be sent out in
the near future to all league houses,
sororities, and dormitories.
At this writing plans are being made
to call a meeting of all league house
heads, sorority representatives, and
dormitory presidents the first week in
November. At this time, a set of uni-
versal house rules will be drawn up,
to be observed by all University wom-
en living in organized houses.
The personnel of the council is as
follows: Dean Jordan, Anna Lloyd,
'18, Mildred Mighell, '18, Helen Brown,
'18, Helen Osband, '19, and Laura Pea-
MICHIGAN WOMEN OCCUPIED
WITH PATRIOTIC ACTIVITIES
In contrast to the pickets at Wash-
ington, Michigan women have shown
their good sense In suspending the
struggle for suffrage and turning their
attention to the more vital issue of the
fight for humanity.
Red Cross work, the Liberty loan
campaign, and the many other duties
of those who remain at home claim
their interest. So men need not fear
that this year will see the women
striving to usurp their places in the
Recreation makes for, Efficiency.
"We try to treat you right." Huston
Daily advertisers are first choice
with Daily readers.--Adv.
House Drug Needs
we have many other items you
will need. So many you will
wish you had come earlier.
THE HOUSE OF
just now your young An erican is imbued with the military
spinit-he wants his clothes to express it.- The authoritative
season's styles for young
answer the call.
men at your Kuppenheimer store
Though wool is, scarce, The House of Kuppenlieimer has maintained its high
quality in fabrics. The clothes-wise will head straight for their Kuppenheimer
store this Fall. Suits, $22.50 to $45. Overcoats, $22.50 to $65.
THE HOUSE OF KUPPENHEIMER, CHICAGO
Originators of Fractiopal Sizes, the Forewaad Model, etc.
Makers of Regulation Officers! Uniforms
Our book, "Styles for Men," from your Kuppenheimer store, or send your name to ue
Kuppenheimer Clothes are sold in Ann Arbor by
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