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322 South State Street
ARMY STORES MEIN WILL
60 THROUGH FACTORIES
FOURTH COURSE FOR ORDNANCE
STUDENTS HOLDS FIRST
First drill for ordnance students
enrolled in the fourth army stores
methods course under Prof. J. A. Bur-
sley was held from 10:30 to 12:30
o'clock yesterday morning. Drill will
be given every day at this time, with
the exception of Friday, when the
military men visit manufacturing
plants in Detroit.
A special car has been attached to
the 5:37 o'clock Friday morning Mich-
igan Central train for the ordnance
students. Elbert H. Croul, '08, was
instrumental in procuring the neces-
sary permission for the cadets to in-
spect 12 manufacturing companies in
Wm Inspect Twelve Plants
The list of firms to be visited are:
Parke, Davis Co., Packard Motor Car
company, Burroughs Adding Machine
company, Gemmer Manufacturing
company, Detroit Twist Drill com-.
pany, Standard Brothers company,
Stearns Manufacturing company, Hud-
son Motor Cai company, Detroit Screw
company, Burnham, Stoepel company,
Michigan Stove company and the De-
troit Lubricator company..
The ordnance department is charged
with the duty of procuring and dis-
tributing the guns, ammunition, and
all other fighting equipment of the
army. Its need is for men with busi-
ness training for service in the sup-
ply division and for men with me-
chanical engineering training or ex-
perience for the supply and repair
Student Directory Issued
A student directory of home addres
ses for all the students enrolled in the,
third army stores class, which was
completed Oct. 27, has just been issued.
Mr. Arthur C. Bachrach, Chicago,
Mr. Victor E. Gutwillig, Chicago, and
Mr. Wallace Bromley, Philadelphia,
are instructors in the course.
CAPITAL HARD PRESSED FOR
ADDITIONAL OFFICE ROOM
COAL MAY BE SEIZED"
TO RELIEVE FAMINE
CLASSIFICATION OF INDUSTRIES
WILL DETERMINE DIS-
Washington, Nov. \6.-To meet the
universal shortage of fuel through-
out the country, an order was expect-
ed yesterday requisitioning for the
government 10 per cent of the coal in
practically every coal mine in the
United States. After this goes into
effect, the' government will distribute
the fuel to meet the corresponding
needs of individuals and concerns.
Many people have found it difficult
or impossible to procure their win-
ter's supply of coal. The consump-
tion is more rapid than it has been in
years and the pinch of the shortage
is being felt in nearly every part of
the country. This has made it prob-
able that many of the industries es-
sential to national welfare be shut
down this winter.
A government pile of "spot coal"
may be decided upon as the best way
to change conditions. This is the con-
clusion which has been rtached by
authorities on the question.
Will Classify Industries
Classification of all industries will
naturally follow this move. They will
be listed according to their impor-
tance and the plants and factories
will be provided with coal in the order
of their classification. Houses and
necessary industries will be classi-
fied under "A" and others will be
given rank as -the government choos-
es. Operators will be instructed to
trim their contracts to meet the 10
per cent required.
Miners in Michigan will continue
working in the mines until a com-
mittee of mine owners and employees
can gather in Washington to settle
the question of wage increases. This
was the announcement of Fuel Ad-
ministrator Garfield Monday.
Kansas Condition Serious
The situation in Kansas is much
more serious than in this state, ac-
cording to reports recently received
that the strike had spread to every
part of Kansas. The neighboring
states probably will not be affected.
Kansas is the only state, it Is said,
in which the miners' union still re-
fuses to accept a penalty clause in
the new wage conttact. Dr. Garfield
refuses to approve of any wage in-
crease until such a clause is insert-
CUSTER MEN RESUME DRILL
Drugs, Soda, Kedaks, Candles
For 30 Years the Best
324 S. State and
1123 S. University Ar
All wool Good dye
VARSITY TOGGERY SHI
Fountain of Youth
for your Candies-both boxed and plain
We make a specialty of light lunches. Call and try
The Fountain of Youth
Corner of State and E. Liberty
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K_ Suits and O'coa
Tailored to your
f Individual Style
Hot Chocolate and Soda after the Game
HIS message is for you-meaning
every member of your family.
From lace curtains to your shirts and
collars, table linens and all of your
wearing apparel will be properly
laundered ifpthey are sent to this
shop. We'll convince you.
Phone 2355 204 No. Main St.
For .unches and Sodas
Try our Chop Suey
Chinese and American Dishes
WAI KING LOO
Joe Gin, Prop.
A. F. MARQUARDT
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Classes Just Starting. Enroll
State aU4 William
Four newly arrived French officers are
expected to attend the contest es-
corted by Capt. Frank Picard of Sag-
QUARTERMASTER CORPS NEEDS
MANY SKILLED VOLUNTEERS
Chicago, Nov. 6.-The quartermast-
er enlisted reserve corps require in
the neighborhood of x,000 men to serve
as clerks, blacksmiths, farriers, horse-
shoers, saddlers, storekeepers, tent-
makers, wheelwrights, wagonmasters,
assistant wagonmasters, skilled lab-
orers, watchmen, packers, etc.
Any mhan between the ages of 18
and 45 is eligible for enlistment, pro-
vided he .has not been called by his
local board for examination, and is
Teamstersuare especially wanted.
Promotions in non-commissioned of--
ficers' grades are very rapid for men
of ability and experience in their par-
There is being established near
Jacksonville, Florida, a camp for the
training of quartermaster enlisted,
men, and it is contemplated sending
all men enlisted in the quartermaster
corps to that camp for training in-
the corps work.
Further information and application
blanks will be gladly furnished on re-
quest to Ralph B. Innis, Captain, Q.
M. U. S. R., Room 595, Federal build-;
314 S. State St.
Radio Military ae FountainPens
WristWatches a rWaterman
$4.25 to $21 and ConKiny
U. of M. Jewelry
Schianderer & Seyfried
CAMP CUSTER MEN WILL VISIT
ANN ARBOR FOR CORNELL GAME
Major-General Dickman to Accompany
Hundreds of Soldiers on
Battle Creek, Nov. 6.-That hund-
reds of Camp Custer officers and men'
will see the Cornell-Michigan football
game Saturday in Ann Arbor is now
practically assured and arrangements:
are nearly completed for a .special,
train to carry the men to the Univer-
Major-General Dickman and staff
will accompany the boys to the game
Huge Temporary Structure is Being
Built to Accommodate 35,000
New Federal Employees
Washington, Nov. 6.-i One of the
manifold problems presented by the
war is that of furnishing adequate
office accommodations for the thous-
ands of additional official, clerks,
and other federal officials who are
pouring into Washington.
The government has taken over
many conveniently located office build-
ings and apartment houses with a free
hand. In addition, it is erecting huge
temporary structures' for use as of-
fices, and in the building of these con-
tractors are breaking time records for
construction work. Work is well un-
der way on a mammoth structure
which will cover three city blocks to
house the overflow of the war and
By these methods the government
keeps in advance of its actual needs.
At the present rate of increase the
usual 35,000 federal employees in
Washington will be more than doubled
if the war continues another year.
Workers of all kinds are being ap-
pointed and clerks qualified in business
administration for the ordnance de-
partment of the army, are especially
in great demand.
Representatives of the federal civil
service commissionaat the post office
in all the cities are the official re-
cruiting agents for the great civilian
Mandolin Club Needs More Girls
More banjos, guitars, and mandolins
are still needed in the Girls' Mandolin
club. Those wishing to join should
notify Miss Marion Wood at Barbour"
gymnasium. All girls' are eligible ex-
The club plans to give a number of
programs during the year in conn'ec-
tion with the Girls' Glee club.
Rainy Weather Necessitates Lectures
Instead of Physical
Battle Creek, Nov. 6.-Camp Cus-
ter men launched into large scale
drill work again yesterday, after
more than a month's rest from out-
side training, and the camp in gener-
al has taken on a more industrious
Although the time during the rainy
weather was largely 'spent in listen-
ing to lectures in the barracks and
not by any means wasted, the boys
of thie 85th are much behind the men
of the men of the units in the south
in lines of aetual physical work.
The work yesterday was diverse. Foot
exercises were . gone through by
some of the companies, while others
started off on long hikes across the
hills. The marching was performed in
various formations and some were
given the chance to stab dummy Ger-
mans in the runways.
JAPAN AND U. S. SIGN OPEN
DOOR POLICY FOR CHINA
Peking, China, Nov. 6.-The Japan-
ese minister to China today informed
the Chinese foreign office that Vis-
count Ishii, head of the Japanese
mission in the United States, and Sec-
retary of State Lansing, signed, an
agreement Nov. 2, by which the Unit-
ed States recognize Japanese special
interest in China and under which
Japan and the United States reaf-
firm the open door policy in China.
Leading Merchant Tailors
Now is the time to order
the clothes that will make
the entire Fall one of
G. H. Wild Company
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LICENSES ISSUED IN COUNTY
ASSURE BIG HUNTING SEASON
The number of hunting and deer lie
enses applied for at the county clerk's
office warrant expectations for one of
the biggest hunting seasons ever
known. One thousand, three hundred
and sixty-four licenses have been is-
sued since Oct. 1, and 55 deer licenses
have been granted during the past two
A hunting license permits the trap-
ping and shooting of all animals ex-
cept deer, for which a special permit
must be obtained. Five hunting lic-
enses and 11 deer licenses were issued
by the county clerk yesterday and the
demand for them is constantly grow-
ing. The shooting season opens the
latter part of this week.
BURGLAR ROBS T. REID, '21E,
OF $15 AND SUIT OF CLOTHES
A thief escaped with $15 and a suit
of clothes after entering the room of
Thomas Reid, '21E, Sunday afternoon,
and being discovered by the land-
Reid had gone to his home in Port
Huron for the week-end and the rob-
bery occured during his absence. When
the landlady came into the room, the
man held his hand over his face and
mumbled a few words about having
gotten into the wrong room while
searchi g for a student named Brown.
Buy your "Mums" for the game at
the Delta. 35c a piece or $3.50 a dozen
Price guaranteed till Friday night.-
Women of the University have or-
ganized a women's society, the purpose
of which will be to further the inter-
est and proficiency in the art of public
speaking and debating. At a meeting
last night, a constitution was adopted,
to be submitted to the committee on
Officers for the proposed organiza-
tion were elected for this year as fol-
lows: President, Ruth Huston, '18;
vice-president, Myrtle White, '18; sec-
retary, Victoria Adams,-'19; treasurer,
Gail Blackburn, '18. Many of the wom-
en students are interested in this or-
ganization, as was evidenced by the
large number that attended the meet-
Student Has Car Stolen; No Trace Yet
Reuben H. Leslie, '19L, reported
to the police that he left his car in
front of the Delta Theta Phi fraternity
on Tuesday, between the hours of 10
and 11 o'clock, and it disappeared. The
car is a Buik "6" and its license num-
ber is C5282. No trace has as yet
The Delta Theta Phi fraternity has
been broken into this summer no
less than four times and each time
considerable money and clothing was
stolen. Pete Harris, formerly employ-
ed there as a colored porter, was
found guilty of robbing it the last
time and is at present lodged in the
county jail for committing the offense.
WOMEN ORGANIZE ORA
,OST-Will the girl who took note,
book belonging to Julia Musson from
the league room table Monday at 4
p. m., please return notes to 517 E.
Ann or Phone 1314-W. Reward.
- At Nebraska game.
nese mink neckpiece.
se return to Daily, Box
FOR SALE-Yale bicycle, little used,
new Pennsylvania cup tires. A real
bargain--$12. Apply Ralph Stone,
Jr. 702 S. University.
FOR SALE- Two tickets, main floor,
pre-festival concert, Friday night.
WANTED-To rent a garage near 1024
Hill St. Call 689-W.
WANTED-An opportunity to serve
you. The Michigan Daily.
Smokeless day has been inaugurated
by the University of Oklahoma. On
this day all smokers will put what
they would have smoked during the
day in a box to be sent to the soldiers.
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Will there be a VICTROLA in
your home this Christmas?
Buy your "Mums" for the
the Pelta. 35c a piece or $3.50.
Price guaranteed till Friday
Delta Upsilon fraternity pin.
please call 33.
Tray leather purse containing
116 So. Main Street
For Cornell-Michigan ga
noon-day luncheon at 75c.
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