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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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BER ASSOCIATED PRESS
ociated Press is exclusively entitled
for republication of all news dis-
dited to it or not otherwise credit-
paper and also the local news
herein.
newspaper at the University of
Published every morning except
luring the university year.
at the postoffice at Ann Arbor as
as matter.
Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
by carrier, $2.50; b mail, $3oo.
stations : Quarry's;: tudents
The Delta. Phones: Business, 960;

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not to exceed 300 words
ces of events will be pub-
ly, at the discretion of the
the office in the Ann Arbor
the notice box in the west
general, library, where the
cted at 7:30 o'clock each

t T. McDonald......Managin Editor
ilip Emery..........Business Manager
Editor..... ......Harry M. Carey
Editor.............C. S. Clark, Jr.
sEditor....James Schermerhorn, Jr.
raph Editor ...........Bruce A. Swaney'
raph Editor............Bruce Millar
late Editor ..............Philip C. Pack'
n's Editor ........Mildred C. Mighell
ry Editor ..........Margaret H. Cooley
ncy Editor ..,.....Albert E. Horne, Jr.
Id Makinson........Advertising Manager
E. Cholette.......Publication Manager
rd Wohl...........Circulation Manager
d R. Smith..........Credit Manager
M. LeFevre..........Office Manager
sworth Robinson.. Subscription Manager
NIGHT EDITORS
rt G. Wilson Clarence L. Roeser
Mark K. Ehlbert
REPORTERS
W. Weinerman Edgar L. Rice
11 Barnes J. R. McAlpine
R. Osius. Jr Pal A. Shinkman
Campbell Vera Brown
id C. Bromley K. Frances Handibo
Eugene Given
BUSINESS STAFF
iStorrer Orville EZ Gates
A. Leitzinger Harry D. Hause
H. Baad Lambert Hirsheimer
Frank N. "Gaethke
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1917.
ight Editor-Clarence Roeser.
TWICE TRIUMPHANT
1 Ferry field Michigan's "fightin'-,
team in years yesterday waded
ugh mud and a Cornhusker line,
convincingly whipped one of the
ngest teams in the west. For the
three weeks, 200 men and women
B waded through arguments ad-
ced regarding the Liberty loan, and
a fightingly emerged with a sum
l of $319,150, over 50 per cent;
re the quota set for them to

All Freshman
Notice
THE ANNUAL
Sex Hygiene
Lecture
TO FIRST YEAR MEN
by
PROF. A.S WARTHIN,MD
Will be given
MONDAY; OCT1 29
7:30 P. I.
WEDNESDAY, OAT. 31
7:30 P. N,
WEST AMPRITHEATRE
MEDIC BUILDING
ADMISSION BY TICKET ONLY
Lecture arranged and Tickets
Distributed by
UNIVERSITY Y. M. C. A.
Call Monday at
Lane Hall
for Ticket
N. B.-A special lecture has been
planned for all men taking
military drill.

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Unitarian Church Church of Christ
State and Huron Streets Services

10: 30-Free Speech and Religion. Ad-
dress by Rev. R. S. Loring.
6:30-The Medieval Drama and the
Church. Address by Dean J. R. Ef-
finger, before the Students' Society.
The public is invited.

9:30-University Bible Classes.
10:30-Rev. F. W. Norton of Detroi
Subject: Trading With God.
12:00-Bible School.

6:30-Christian Endeavor.

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And by the way the ball wasn't the
only slippery thing on the field. Ne-
braska seemed to have difficulty hold-
ing onto Weston, Froemke, Crus_
what's the use of naming the rest,
the linotype men don't care about set-
ting the lineup twice.

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
10:30 REV. L. C. DOUGLAS
speaks on
"CAMOUFLAGE"

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Each has thoroughly earned its
glory through one great axiom, "Mich- t
igan is never beaten." It is the war-
time spirit of the University, some-
thing which has long 'been dormant,
but has now 'ascered itself.
With a team, fighting at top speed
each minute, there has arisen a thirs-
ty, fighting student body, convinced
beyond a doubt that Michigan has a
real team and a real University. The
combination of students and team is
well nigh impregnable.
MISUNDERSTANDING OF THF,
REAL ISSUE
The meatless and wheatless idea
now being carried out by the great
majority of the fraternities and sor-
ties in Ann Arbor is a commendable
one. It will 'accomplish a great deal
toward simplifying the nation's econ-
omic condition.
But a canvas of the situation in
Ann Arbor has revealeda fallacy
and a great misunderstanding. In
almost every case, the real .reason for
the meatless and wheatless program
is to lessen the expenses of the chap-
ter. While this idea is a good thing
for the individuals within the group,
it is of no benefit to the nation except
in a very direct way.
We should understand that the real
reason for the wide-spreal institu-
tion of this program is to conserve
the meat and wheat supply for the
consumption of our fighting men,-
those who need it .mose.
In a great national crisis such as
this is, let us not lose sight of the
real issue. Let us not lose our per-
spective.
"The fightingest team Michigan has
had in years -." "Vic" Pattengill.
To which we add, "the fightingest
student body in years."
In the words of our 1850 forerun-
ners "all those present report a very
pleasant time. "
As a species the Wolverine seems
to take well to wet weather.
Michigan spirit is that which fights
when sitting on a wet- board, feet
soaked and chilled to the bone, an4
water running down the neck.
The Cornhuskers failed in their at-

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Freshman girls interested in the
possible formation of a fresh glee club
are asked to call Cornelia Clark, '21,
at 191, and make arrangements to sign
the petition which is being circulated
among the girls of the class.
Senior society will meet at 7:30
o'clock tomorrow night with Olga
Perschbacher, '18.
Freshman spread tax of $1 should be
paid at the office of the Dean of Wo-
men or, to Doreen Potter, '20.
Juniors who have not paid their ad-
visory tax should pay it at once at
the office of the Dean of Women.
Girls interested in Masques are ask-
ed to report at 4:30 o'clock tomorrow
afteriigon at Barbour gymnasium.
The first regular Women's league
party of the year will be held from
3:30 to 5:30 o'clock on Friday after-
noon, Nov. 2, at Barbour gymnasium.
Universtiy and faculty women wishing
to join may do so at this time.
Stylus will meet at 7:30 o'clock
Tuesday night at the Alpha Phi house,
814 South University. Election of
members will be held and everyone is
j equested to be present.
Regular Girls' Glee club practic'
at 4:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon.
Women interested in the Inlander
are asked to consult with the manag-
ing editor and the business -manager
at their offices in the Press building.
The business manager has office hours
Officers' Uniforms and accessories.
G. H. Wild & Co., State Street.-Adv.

from 4 to 4:30 o'clock every day b
ginning Monday, while those of t
managing editor are 4:30 to 5 o'clo
daily.
Fraternity Flag
Display Loyal
Stars in Bed, White, and Blue Ensig
Show Number of Men Houses
Sacrifice
Perhaps you have wondered, wb
you saw a strange-looking flag d
played in the window of a fratern
bearing say, 19 stars, if the ho'
were exhibiting a rare colonial e
blem which had recently come i
its possession.
And then, when you saw, next do
a flag with only'14 you might h
guessed that it was trying to ou
its neighbor as regards antiquity.
But such is not the case.
The flags are service flags, with
number of stars on each denoting
number of men from that house v
are enrolled in the service of ti
country, one star for each man.
So the next time you pass t
house-stop, count the stars, and g
due credit for the loss that fraterr
has sustained.
Gasoline 23c, Polarine 50c. Stael
& Co., 117 S. Ashley St.-Adv.
Rent a good Eastman Kodak
per day. Lyndon, 719 N. Univers

N. F., Allen Co.

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ar Ann Arbor Representatives
ing N. F. Allen Co. we feel that we are giving to the men of
ervice comparable to the clothes we make.
hat is up-to-date in every way, salesmen that serve you courte-
apetently, the highest standards of value giving, all backed by
ience in attending to men's wants and in the selection of style
together with CAMPUS TOGS, offers the men of Ann Arbor
othing service such as is equaled by few stores anywhere, re-
size of city in which they are located.
gn and tailor our clothes to meet the demands of men who know.
US TOGS this year offer many new and exclusive styles, yet in
ey border on the conspicuous. They are "different," but
atterns, colors and materials all represent the most popular for
values are exceptional. Not only in their low price of these
what you get for your money-in quality, design, workmanship

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anxious to have you visit this store and see our clothes.
[ be pleased with the store and the service. We know you
JS TOGS.

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will

Engineers-.Listen !
Do you know that the clever little instrument,
known as, the
Rust Lettering Scale
Can again be had-a most wonderful time-saver.
Ask to see it
Price $1.25
WAHRS

In behalf of N. F. Allen Co., we extend to you a cordial invitation to
see yourself in these clothes regardless of whether or not you intend purchasing.
(Signed)
CHAS. KAUFMAN & BROS.
Makers of CAMPUS TOGS.

N. F. ALLEN CO.
Ann Arbor, Michigan

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