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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY,

EMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS
Associated Press is exclusively entitled
use for republication of all news dis-
credited to it or not otherwise credit-
this paper and also the local news
ed herein.
ial newspaper at the University of
an. Published every morning except
r during the university year.
red at the postoffice at Ann Arbor as
,class matter.
es: Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
)ns: by carrier, $2.50; by mail,$0.
ad stations: Quarry's; Students' Np-
re; The Delta. Phones: Business, 96o;
al, 2414.
nunications not to exceed 300 words
th, or notices of events will be pub-
in The Daily, at the discretion of the
if left at the office in the Ann Arbor
Bldg.,xor in the notice box in the west
r of the general library, where the
are collected at 7:30 o'clock each
T. McDonald......Managing Editor
ip Emery.........Business Manager
4itor ...............Harry M. Carey
itor................. C. S. Clark, Jr.
Editor ......James Schermerhorn, Jr.
ph Editor............Bruce A. Swaney
ph Editor .............Bruce Millar
te Editor ..............Philip C. Pack
's Editor ........Mildred C. Mighell
y Editor...........Margaret H. Cooley
:y Editor........Albert E. Horne, Jr.
Makinson........Advertising Manager
Cholette.......Publication Manager
I Wohl.........Circulation Manager
R. Smith..........Credit Manager
[. LeFevre..........Office Manager
vorth Robinson.. Subscription Manager
NIGHT EDITORS
GC. Wilkon Clarence L. Roeser
Mark K. Ehlbert
REPORTERS
W. Weinernau T Edgar L. Rice
Barnes J. R. McAlpine
SOsius, Jr Paul A. Shinkman
.ampbell Vera Brown
C. Bromley K. Prances Handibo
Eugene Given

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MAIN STREET

It seems that 7:30 classes make girls
sick.
Which prompts one of our punsters
to inquire "Why just the girls?"
The students don't have a corner
in digging things up on the campus.
Take the library for instance.

Anyway it's quit raining.

Some are sorry that the three
letter rate goes into effect. But
sider the other side-it now c
your creditors a higher amount;
gentle reminder.

cent
con-
costs
as a

- And mebbe-mebbe that type of let-
ters won't be so numerous,

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Orville E. Gates
Harry D. Hause
Lambert Hirsheimer
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1917.
Night Editor-C. M. Campbell
KEEP IT THE PRESIDENT OF
UNIONS
The Union's follow-up campaign for
iembership is about to be launched.
f you are not yet a member you will
e asked to join. Whether or- not you
an depends wholly upon yourself.
'Becominxg a Union member is a priv-
Lege granted to each Michigan stu-
ent. The Union is 'the father of all
ollege unions, and it is in the tem-
orary quarters just off State street
that the leadership in the fight to
eep Michigan's American acme of
emocratio universities is found.
hat it has accomplished in the past
ew years is known to nearly every
udent. The success of the Universi-
,'s second Liberty Loan can be cred-
e* there, and no other place. It has
ecomplished that so far this year. It
as other big things already started
r under consideration.
It is then, with a sense that yours
the duty and privilege to join the
[ichigan Union. Your presence and
slp are necessary to keep it where
belongs-the recognized ,head of
dnerican college Unions.
WO HUNDRED MEN AND WOMEN
The saying around the campus that
)0 men and women were doing the
ork of the campus this fall seemed
" us absolutely without foundation
e first time we heard it. But we
Ave heard it so often in the past
)ree weeks that even if we don't be
ove it, that saying has been almost
Oiven through us.
Certain it is that fewertpersons have
don willing to sacrifice themselves to
eep things going and possibly im-
rove certain standards this year than
inal The fact that many of the big-
er men expected. to be 'back have
meto theservicewiundoubtedly ha;
mething to do with the situation.
ut it opens a big opportunity for
lose of us who remain to pitch into
tIpus problems before we would
:herwise be expected to do so. The'
fesent freshman and sophomore clas-
W, cannot state that they are being
eld back because of their newness in
iUniversity. Theirs is the oppor-
nity along with the men of the upper
asses to accomplish much which
sder normal times would not be
allabletothem.sIt alldrevolves
round a famous Michigan saying that
You get out of a certain thing just
hat you put into it."
The chance is offered for each of us
xdig in. By helping our University
e are helping ourselves, since per-
mal contact with big things cannot
D otherwise than broaden each of us.
The team is getting ready to take
nother fall out of some one.
A contrib suggests that Wieman be
ailed by the German name for
rank." it's "Schutzengrabenver-
chtungautomobile." Sounds so
uch more euphonious and poetic
e asserts.
'We're helpless in such a case as

Board of directors #f the Women's
league will meet at 9 o'clock tomor-
row morning at Barbour gymnasium.
Sophomore hockey practice at 9:30
o'clock Saturday morning. Junior
and seniors will practice at 10:30 o'-
clock; freshmen at 12:45 o'clock.
These are the last tryouts for the
teams.
The first hockey game of the sea-
son will be played at 2:30 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon.
The Women's league will be "at
home" from 3:30 to 5:30 o'clock this
afternoon at Barbour gymnasium. All
University women are cordially in-
vited.
Michigan Dames will meet Monday
evening at Newberry hall.
Base hospital 17 with the American
army in France needs 1,000 hospital
bags. Every woman with a free hour
Monday morning is urged to help in
the making of them at Angell house.
THURSDAY SUPPER IS FEATURE
OF VOCATIONAL CONFERENCE
Supper will be served at 6 o'clock
Thursday afternoon, Nov. 8, in Bar-
bour gymnasium, as the special feat-
ure of the Vocational conference held
here at that time. An invitation is
issued to all Ann Arbor women who
are interested in the subject of wom-
en's vocations.
Tickets can be secured from some
members of the committee in each sor-
ority, and league house, and dormi-
tory for 25 cents. Girls living in
private houses may obtain tickets
from Helen Davis, '19, at Martha Cook
building. The sale closes Tuesday eve-
ning.
The afternoon meetings of the con-
ference are from 2 to 4 o'clock, and
the individual conferences are from
8:30 to 11:30 o'clock on Thursday and
Friday.
"MORE AMERICAN PHYSICIANS
NEEDED IN CHINA"-DR. BALME
"What we need in China is Amer-
ican physicians and surgeons who will
devote their lives to the new work in
that country," was the theme of Dr.
Harold Balme's address to the second
and third year medical classes Thurs-
day morning.
Dr. Balme is in this country to in-
terest medical students in the new
work being done by the Rockefeller
foundation and the Chinese govern-
ment. He told about the great pro-
gress being made in hospitalsiand
clinics, the installation of new insti-
tutions at Peking and Shanghai, and
the research work by the Shangtung
university where he is professor of
surgery.
Dr. Balme will talk to the senior and
freshmen classes Friday upon the
same subject.
Board of Supervisors Sell Bonds
Good roads bonds to the value of
$20,000 for developing of Washtenaw
roads have been sold by the board of
supervisors to the Spitz-Rorick com-
pany of Toledo at par.
Warm Beds and
Open Windows
OR
Sleeping Porches
and Warm Beds
THIS WEEK ONLY
SEE
88C
WINDOW

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pay for.

Unequalled quality of fabrics and tailoring has always dis-
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Originators of Fractional Sizes, the Forewarq Model, etc.
Makers of Regulation Officers' Lfar
Our book, "Styles for Men," from your Kuppenheirntr -:r' c - r.d your naMe to us

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