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Winning Values

Shares Smokes
With Sammies
Throws Package In Barrel When He
Buys His Own Supply; Gains
Self-respect
He was a Cigarette Fiend.
Every Morning he stepped up to the
Cilgarette Counter and Every Even-
ing he discarded an Empty Package.
His Room was Blue with Smoke, his
Ash Tray was filled with Stubs, his
Fingers were Yellow. His Hand
shook when he held a Match.
One day the clerk Missed him. But
he came the Next Day. And bought
Two Packages. But One he dropped
into a. Barrel in the Store. He did
this for Several Weeks. He lost his
Nervousness. He wore a Happy Smile.
And the Barrel filled up.
Moral: Divide your smokes with
the boys at Camp Custer. You will
find barrels at Houston's, Cushing's,
the Union, White's, and the Delta.
Do it now.
Junior and Freshmen Lits Meet Today
Class elections will be held by the
Junior lits and fresh 1its at 10 and
11 o'clock respectively this morning
in University hall.
The recent class meetings of the
senior lits and soph lits were deplor-
able in attendance. Only 40 turnea out
for the senior meeting.
A want ad in the Daily will sell
your property.--Adv.

SEVENTEEN HOUSES TO
WORK FOR RED CROSS
MARTHA COOK DORMITORY LEADS
LIST-MORE WOMEN
NEEDED
Seventeen women's organizations on
the campus have pledged to work for
the Red Cross up to the present time.
Although the officials in charge are
pleasesd with the work of the girls
who have promised to help certain
hours each week, more women are
needed.
The following houses have pledged
to help: Alpha Phi, 60 hour per week,
Chi Omega, 42; Mu Phi Epsilon, 12;
Pi Beta Phi, 71, Theta Phi Alpha, 33;
Cobb house, 4/, Collins house, 5; Epis-
copal dormitory, 13; Hankins house,
6; Hawkes house, 10; Haren,. 7;
Martha Cook, 136; Newberry, 39; Rey-
nolds, 4; Sackett, 12; Kefia, 19, and
Westminister, 25.
Jean MacLennan, '19, chairman of
the Red Cross work for University
girls, has asked that the houses that
have not yet reported, to do so at
once.
FEATURE STORY IS
NEWSPAPER MENACE
Lee J. Smits, Detroit News Editorial
Writer, Rates Straight Story
* Best

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OVERCOATS

YARLINGS PREPARE
TO BATTLE .CADETS
LEITH'S CADETS OUTWEIGHED 9
POUNDS PER MAN, ARE CON-
FIDENT OF VICTORY
Coach Tommy Leith, of the Michigan
Military Academy, will send his eleven
against the freshmen at 1 o'clock this
afternoon, on Ferry field.
Although his team of cadets will be
slightly out weighed, the Academy
coach has a reputation for putting out
football teams that are winners and
Coach Mitchell of the yearlings said he
expected this to be one of the hardest
games of the season. His men would
win, is his prediction.
M. M. A. will place a team on the
field averaging 155, with a line tipping
the scales at 158. The freshmen will
weigh 164, with their line averaging
170. The fresh lineup this afternoon
will be: Flecher, acting captain, I.e.,
157; Freeman, l.t., 173; Lent, l.g., 178;
MacNickel, c., 172,; Henry, r.g., 180;
Peocock, r.t., 173; Boville, r.e., 157;
Urschell, q., 137; Reed, l.h., 159; Bail-
ey, r.h., 148; Usher, f.b., 164.
Stuart who was to start the game in
the backfield is suffering from an in-
jured knee, and will not play against
the cadets.
Pennsy's Track Prospects Loom Bright
With Captain Berry, star of last
year's track'team, and Maxam, a mem-
ber of last year's record-breaking
Freshman relay team and Smith, the
quarter-miler back in the field this
year, Pennsylvania is entertaining
hopes of getting revenge on the cinder
path for her defeats suffered on the
gridiron this fall.
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Today the Arcade will show "For
France," starring Edward Earle and
Betty Howe. It is a delightful ro-
mance involving a young American av-
iator and .a beautiful French girl.
Compelling a girl to confess she loves
you by getting her in a airplane, and
threatening to fly higher and higher,
"clear to Heaven," until she says the
word, may strike one as taking an
unfair advantage, but that's what this
aviator does with the French girl
near Paris.
Po.t. Annin Wk. Oct.29
Best Seats $2 CARRR~IU Nights
Sat. Mat. DETR fT 50c to $2.00
25C to $1.50 DETROIT I
JOHN CORT'S LAUCHINC HIT
"JOHNNY ET YOUR GUN"
with LOUIS BENNISON and o lglnal NY.oast

Rae Theatre
TODAY-Triangle Western Pie-
tore--.HANS UP" with Will
Lucas.

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See our
Double Breasted
Pep Model

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A R CADE
Sat-3-Edward Earle and Betty Howe in
"For France," and Comedy, "Gall
and Golf."
Mon-s-Peggy O'Neil in "The Penny
Philanthropist." Seven Parts.
Tue-6-Viola Dana in "The Girl Without
a Soul," and Drew Comedy, "The
Joy of Freedom."
Wed-7-Constance Talmadge in "Scan.
dal," and Mutt and Jeff Cartoon.
Thu-8-Dorothy Phillips in "A Doll's
House," and Christie Comedy.

$18.50 to $27.50

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-- "Real feature stories are nothing
more than picturesque portrayals of
® straight news," said Mr. Lee J. Smits,
editorial writer of the Detroit News,
addressing students of journalism on
"The Feature Story," yesterday.
The feature story is a pitfall and a
menace in newspaper work. It tempts
the writer to inject his personality-a
fatal step, and it is, moreover, a tempt-
- ation to "fine writing." Some material
cannot be handled to an advantage ex-
cept in feature form, while news stor-
ies are also"-handled frequently its
this manner.
"A man must learn to write facts
before he can ever hope to write fear
tures. The tendency to write feature
stories is 10 times more dangerous to
the prospective magazine writer or
novelist than to the newspaper man,"
concluded Mr. Smits.
TWO MICHIGAN HIGH SCHOOLS
INSTALL JUNIOR COLLEGE WORK

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YOU CAN GO TO--

.ere is the Winter Season 's
First dig Suit Sale
Every Model In Stock Substantially Reduced
for Saturday Customers

* "Johnny Get Your Gun,"
* Garrick, Detroit.

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HATTERS TO COLLEGE MEN
We make and retail hats. Make Hats-to-
Order and do all kinds of 'hat work such as
reblocking, new bands. etc. We also sell and
reblock Army Hats.
Hats shaped to fit the head free of charge
when bought of uts.
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard St.. next to the Delta.
Cor. State and Packard.
THE RIGHT PLACE TO BUY A HAT
Telephone r792
EVE. 7:30-9. 20 , 25 300
MAT. P.M. 100, and 20o
3 Days Corn. Thur.
MELOU"DY , S IX

Whitney-"Why Girls
Home,"

* Majestic-Vaudeville.

With the saving in prices goes superiority in style, tailoring and fabric. The collection
is unequalled in size or diversity. Practically every smart type of the season is present in
varied materials and colors.g



At $19.50

Whipcords and wool poplins in black,
navy and taupe. Full satin lined and in-
terlined. 'Convertible collars.

At $23.50

At $29.50
Broadcloths, burellas, gabardines and
oxford mixtures in mannish tailored styles
or fancy models with large velvet collars
edged with fur. Taupe, navy, Burgundy,
brown, green, plum and black.
At $34.50
Tailored and dressy suits of chiffon broad-
cloth, tricotine and oxford mixtures, fur and
velvet trimmed. Exclusive models from our
best designers.

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Wool velour checks in green and Bur-
gundy; serges, burellas and rodiers in taupe,
brown, navy, green and black.

Lansing, Mich., Nov. 2.-Detroit and
Grand Rapids are the only two Mich-
igan cities to take advantage of the
law of the 1917 legislature giving to
school districts of 30,000 population
the right to establish junior college
work, two years of post graduate
high school work. Superintendent of
Public .Instruct Fred L. Keeler, ap-
proves of the curses because it en-
ables young men and women who can-
not go outside their home cities for
higher education to school themselves
beyond the high school limits. The
work done in such classes entitles the
student to full credit should he go to a
college.
MITCHELL QRANTS NEW YORK
RIGHT TO TRADE IN FOOD
New York, Nov. 3.-John Mitchell,
state food commissioner, late today
granted permission to New York City
authorities. to buy and sell foo& and
fuel. The materials will be immedi-
ately bought in train load lots and
sold to retail dealers.
Permission was granted in a reso-
lution adopted by the commission in
which it was stated the action was
necessary because "The city of New
York has certified to the existence of
an actual and anticipated emergency
on account of a deprivation of unnec-
essaries by reason of excessive charg-
es and otherwise."~
CUSTODIAN EXTENDS TIME
FOR ALIENS TO FILE REPORTS

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Orpheum-Marjorie Rambeau in
"Motherhood." Mutual Travel and
Comedy.
Wuerth-Florence La Badie in
"War and Women." Also Serial,
"Neglected Wife," No. 9.
Arcade-Edward Earle and Bet-
ty Howe in "For France."

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* "A Symphony In Ton and Color~
* IA RARE COMBINATION OF YOUTH AND ARTISTRY

* H Yate & Reed
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* flDotble Crossing"

Tailored and more dressy styles.

AND ALL HIGHER PRICED SUITS LIBERALLY LOWERED

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BOY SCOUT TROOPS TO EXHIBIT
CRAFT SUNDAY NIGHT
Ann Arbor troops of Boy Scouts will
give an exhibition of their craft at
'Community chapel at 7:30 o'clock
tomorrow night.
The program for the evening will
include an act showing first aid to the
injured and will be shown under the
direction of H. R. O'Brien, '19M. Ed-
ward F. Metz, '18E, will be in charge
of an exhibition of signaling. Fancy
knot and rope work, including an un-
tying contest, will be held by four
of the local troops. The bugle and
drum corps will also take part in the
program.
Bernard Mason, '18, will act as
chairman. Admision is free and the
public is invited to attend.
Recreation makes for Efficiency.
"We try to treet you right." Huston
Bros.-Adv. t.
subscribe for the Michigan Daily.
WH ITN EY
THEATRE
Happy Lou Whitney Co.

Fifty Handsome Coats Very Special-and
Timely-Tomorrow at $21.50

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Frazer, Bunce and
Harding
"Who's Who?

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Wool velours, kerseys, plushes and mixtures with wide graceful collars of fur, kerami
or self material. Shirred and pleated styles with wide or narrow belts. Burgundy, green,
taupe, brown, navy and black.,
Sizes for women and misses.
Real bargains-every one.
(Fashion Salon-Second Floor)

Karl Einmy's Pets
Sin
"Canine Revue Extraordinary"
Lockhardt & Laddie
I.u«A Brave Attempt at
Suicide"
Special Children's Mat.
Saturday, Nov. 3
Bring the Kiddies to meet Karl
Emmy' s Pets
SUNDAY: Wm. S. Hart
IN
"HELL'S HINGES"
Coo. Ade's Fables
On and after Nov. ist this Theatre is
required by law to collect a United
States Tax of o% oon all admissions.
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Wuerth Theatre
Prices: is Cents
Matinees s, 3:30.' Nights 6:30, 8, 9:30
Saturdays-Sundays-Continuous
NOVEMBER
Sat.-3-Florence LaBadie 'in "War and
the Woman." Also Serial, "Neglect-
ed Wife," No. 9.=
Sun-Mon-4-s-Marguerite Clark in
"Bab's Diary." Also Victor Moore
Comedy.=
Tue-W 4d-6-7Aice Br'dy in "Betsy
Ross." Also Comedy.-
Thur-Fri-8-9-Vivian Martin in "Sunset
Trail." Also "His Precious Life."
Keystone Comedy.
Sat-ia-Edna Goodrich in "A Daughter
of ,Maryland." Also Serial, ";Neglect-
ed Wife," No. io.
OrpheuniTheatre
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Prices: roc unless otherwise specified5
Matinees a. 3:30. Nights 6:30. 8, 9:30 =
Saturdays-Sundays--Continuous
NOVEMBER
Sat3-Marjorie Rambeau in "Mother .
hood." Mutual Travel and Comedy.
Sun-4-Shirley Mason in "The Apple .
Tree Girl." Also "Do Children
Count ?" m
Mon-s-Mary Miles Minter in "Charity
Castle." Also Mutual Weekly and
Comedy. Evening i~c.
Tues-6-J. Elvidge in "Shall We For-
give?" Also Comedy.
Wed-7-Bessie Barriscale in "Wooden C

Sharp Millinery Re(

Two special collections of pattern hats set aside to
low usual.
Extraordinary opportunities for early choosers.

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ty velvet turbans and mushroom sail-
I ribbon trimmed sailors of, hatters'

Love
ostrich
Blac
and red
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Washington, Nov. 3.-An order ex-
tending from Nov. 6th to Dec. 5th next,
the time within which persons holding
ductions properties belonging to enemies or al-
lies of enemies must file reports, was'
)morrow for disposal at prices way be- issued today by A. Mitchell Palmer,
alien property custodian.
The extension was granted because
there was not sufficient time in which
G U eto gather in alien property before the
GROUP 2 penalty for failure to comply with the
law would have to be invoked. Only
ely velvet models trimmed with burnt a small amount of the millions of dol-
or goose feathers. French tips or fur. tars involved have been reported.
k, purple, green, taupe, navy, brown
1. British Planes Raid German Factories
London, Nov. 3.-Another success-
ice Saturday at ful air raid carried out by twelve
British machines was imade on Ger-
$7.50R man munition factories in Bavaria, ac-
lac- cording to an official communication
issued tonight.
Patronize Our Advertisers.-Adv.

Thur., Fri., Sat.,

WHY LGIRLS HM
"R, HOME
The Play that started the nation-
wide Vice Crusade-
MOTHERS-BRING FATHERS-BRING
YOUR DAUGHTERS YOUR°SONS

ick and a few colors.
oice Saturday at
$3.50

SUNDAy

(Millinery Salon-Second F

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THE, COUNTRY BOY
The Great Rural Comedy
Prices: Eve. 10-20-25c

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