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TURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 19 .7.
ght Editor-Mark K. Ehlbert
higan's crucial game of the sea-
comes this afternoon. To make
ear a complete success, Nebraska
,ch Yost has been quoted as say-
hat if the team wins today, it
d come out on top in every con.-
But obstacles almost herculean'
to be conquered. 'We must fight.
eam is expected to start with two
best bets on the sidelines.
I Yost holds out high hopes of
ing. It is the Michigag. spirit
:c willn ot down, the kind which
nizes no superior until the game
er, and the superior has proved
cadets are preparing themselves to
serve their country? And do you re-
alize that in so doing, they are not
only forfeiting their present personal
comfort and personal enjoyment, but
are fitting themselves to offer their
lives for the nation and her ideals?
When the University cadets appear
in uniform, the campus is going to be
awakened suddenly to the admirable
work they are doing.
Get into the north stand and prepare
to stretch your lungs.
Rubber boots are making their ap-
pearance on the campus. Shades of
The campus army
wearing olive drab.
Everything seems to
but rain. Old Jup still
ward as usual.
Had a bluebook yet?
seems to be
be .going up
This is the time of year when the
advocates of "haven't cracked a book
yet" begin to make themselves unpop-
Still another chance to prove your
nationality. Subscribe today. Its
your last chance on the world's best
Board of representatives of the
Women's league will meet at 9 o'clock
this morning at Barbour gymnasium.
Comedy club tryouts will be held
from 9 o'clock to 12 o'clock this morn-
ing at Newberry hall. There are plac-
es for several new members.
Reports of the Women's Liberty loan
coinmittee must be turned in at 11
o'lock this morning at Barbour gym-
nasium, whether completed or not.
The cross country hike to Dixboro,
leaving the gymnasium at 9:30 o'clock
this morning, will be over in time for
the game. Hikers are asked to bring
Sophomore, junior and senior hock-
ey practice at 10:30 o'clock this morn-
ing in the lot across from Barbour
Juniors who have not paid their ad-
visor tax should pay it at once at the
office of the Dean of Women.
Freshmen and new girls interested
in stunts given by Masques are asked
to report at 4:30 o'clock Monday af-
ternoon at Barbour gymnasium in-
stead of yesterday as was announced.
Forestry farm Now Being improved.
Usual routine work is going on at
the forestry farm this fall. Under-
brush is being removed and the roads
are under process of improvement.
A special effort is under way to ex-
terminate the field mice which have
increased to such a large number that
they are a detriment to the crops.
The method used is placing strich-
nine in their burrows and covering
it in such a way that birds cannot
reach it. This same plan was used
last year but was not pursued with
enough vigor to do away entirely
with these pests.
Professor Receives Appointment
Prof. E. D. Campbell, director of
the chemical laboratory, has received
an official appointment from Washing-
ton as consulting chemist at large to
the ordinance department. During the
past few months Professor Campbell
has been working in an advisory ca-
pacity on some specific problems for
the department, and in his official po-
sition he will continue this research
at the University.
Rent a good Eatman Kodak 10c
per day. Lyndon, 719 N. University.
PROFESSOR R. M. WENTLEY
GIVES OPINION ON "CURE OF
It has come to mw notice that even
yet, there are those among us who,
with a lack of perception that almost
passes belief, say "I cannot under-
stand why the United States ever en-
tered this war." I would commend to
their consideration the Leceures on
Modern History of the late Lord Ac-
Acton, as much German as an Eng-
lishman, was the very incarnation of
"the good European." He knew the
whole situation as no other man did.
Writing of the rise of Prussia he com-
ments: "That which arose in north-
ern Europe was a new form of prac-
tical absolutism. Theological mon-
archy hadbdone its time and was now
followed by military monarchy.
"Church and state had oppressed
mankind together, henceforth the
state oppressed for its own sake. Gov-
ernment so understood is the intel-
lectual guide of the nation, the pro-
moter of wealth, the teacher of know-
ledge, the guardian of morality, the
manspring of the ascending movement
of man. That is the tremendous pow-
er supported by millions of bayonets
which grew up in the days of which
I have been speaking at St. Peters-
burg, and was developed by much
abler minds, chiefly at Berlin; and it
is the greatest danger that remains to
be encountered by the Anglo-Saxon
These lectures were delivered in
1899-1900. The passage cited thus
constitutes a remarkable prophesy,
the truth of which the American peo-
ple is now recognizing.
R. M. WENLEY...
Junior Dents Elect Class Officers.
Members of the junior class of the
dental college have elected gthe fol-
lowing officers for the coming year:
President, Marion H. Miars; vice-
president, Harold G. Lewis; secre-
tary, Alvin C. Schrader; and treas-
urer, Arman H. Boehnlein.
Fine selection of November Records
now on sale. Allmendinger's Music
Shop. 122 E. Liberty St.---Adv.
Officers' Uniforms and accessories.
G. H. Wild'& Co., State Street.-Adv.'
TO FIRST YEAR MEN
PROF, A,.S5WARTHIN, MA
Will be given
7:30 P. M.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 31
WEST AMPHIT E ATRE
ADMISSION BY TICKET ONLY
Lecture arranged and Tickets
UNIVERSITY Y. M. C. A.
Call Today at
N. B-A special lecture has been
planned for all men taking
May-Whitney Engagement Announced
Announcement of the engagement
of Lois E. May, '18, to Lemuel C.
Whitney, '17, was made last night at
the Kappa Kappa Gamma house.
Mortarboard Elects New Members
Mortarboard, honorary society for
senior girls, has elected the following
members: Constance Winchell, Nona
Myers, Katherine Harrington, Louise
Williamson, and Ruth Maclaughlin.
Initiation will be held Tuesday eve-
ning, Nov. 10.
The officers of the society are:
President, Ruth Bailey; vice-president,
Clarissa Vyn; secretary, Lois May, and
custodian, Mildred Mighell.
Child's Life Valued at Six Cents.
Camden,.N. J., Oct. 26.-An 8 year
old child is valued at 6 cents by a
Camden jury. The jury awarded that
amount of damage to Joseph Wojck-
owiack, whose son was killed by a
NEW AND SECOND HAND
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PHONE 48 336 S. STATE ST.
Dancing every Saturday at Arm-
ory from 9 to 12. Admission 75c.-Adv
can get those Neolin Soles put
Paul's Place, 611 E. William,
GIVE US THAT NEXT ORDER FOR
and we will deliver the goods
"right on the dot"
The enthusiastic mass meeting of
last night showed that the student
body is behind the team to a man.
It may be necessary for us to be
more so, to get out this afternoon
with something more convincing than
was shown last night, to radiate our
super spirit into the team, to bring
about that miracle which only a situa-
tion similar to the Syracuse game of
last year can create.
When the two regiments of Univer-
sity cadets appear in uniform, the
campus is going to be suddenly awak-
Rain or shine, foul or fair, every af-
ternoon, while many of their class-
mates are enjoying a game of billiards,
a walk around the boulevard, or some-
thing else of a care-free natufe, hun-
dreds of Michigan undergraduates
are falling in for their daily drill.
They are not making names for
themselves in the University in the
commonly accepted sense. They do
not break into print as heads of com-
mittees, as campaign instigators, as
campus society initiates. They are do-
ing more than this. They are mak-
ing a name, not for themselves, but
for the University and for the nation,
in a much greater, in a much broader
Do you realize that the Michigan
co i 'lt art BchafferMa~
One of many
This is one of'the belt all-
around suits that -is making
such a hit with young mien.
You'll like it together with
the other military sport suits
All the good colorings and
patterns are here all-wool
Phone 4324 X900-191 E. Washington
DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Effective May 22, 1917)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars--7:35 a.
In., 8:io a. In., and hourly to j-ro p. in., 9:10
Kalamazoo Limited Cars-8:48 a. im. and
every two haur§ to 6:48 p. in.; to Lansing,
8:48 p. in.
Jackson Express Cars ' ocal stops west of
Ann Arbor)-9 :48 a. in. and every two hours
toi 7:48 p. In.
Local Cars East Bound--5:35 a. m., 6:40
a. in., 7.:05 a. m. and every two hoars to 7:05
P. in.. 8:o5 p. im.. 9:o5 p.Ini., I0:50 p. in.
To Ypsilanti only, 9:o a. im., 9:50 a m.,
.2:20 a. .,I:Io a. i.. 1:2o a. in. ro Saline,
change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-6:os a. in., 7:48
a. M.. I0:20 V. M., 12:20 a. M.
We have both the inclination and
the equipment to furnish the
best in banking service
Tbe Ann Arbor Savings Dank
Capitalland Surplus $ 500,000.00
Resources . . . $4,000,000.00
Northwest Corner Main and
707 North University Avenue
After the Workout
comes the tall glass.
But what is in the glass is
of even more importance today
than it has been heretofore.
Do You Know that the
has one of the best equipped
Candy Stores in the state? :
They have their own Refrigerating
Systemaand make their own Ice
Cream and Candies, :...
You are invited to visit and in-
spect their plant. :
Phone 967 1095S. Main St.
aei . or,
now answers the old question of the
drink to choose, in or out of train-
ing. It is the strictly soft cereal
beverage-all wholesome grains and
imported Saazer hops-healthful as
well as delightful-unlike any soft
drink you ever tasted.
Served at first-class restaurants, ho.
tels, cafes and soda fountains every-
where. Families supplied by grocer.
Manufactured and bottled exclusively by
Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis, U. S. A.
Your every Bank-
ing need fulfilled at
Farer & Mechanics Dank
OUALITY AND SERVICE
101-105 So. Main
Drink Bevo cold
"The all-year-'round soft drink"
The big store at the south-
east corner Main and Wash-
330 So. State
c ao xssanrer
Choice Cut Flowerer and Plants
20 ClapinSt. Phone 869M
)ARD AT $5.00
119 No. Thayer