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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Our.
Cavaier"
For Women
L Boot of unusual value,
iost distinctive style. In'
ark brown and dark tan
ussia calf, with the new
:w military heel.
tII sizes: Triple A to D

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Valk-Over Boot Shop
J. Hoffstetter, Prop. 115 S. Main Street

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Students of the University of Michigan

Are invited to inspect our splendidly complete line
of handsome
Fall Suits and Overcoats
Smart, Clever Models

Pinch Back, Sack Coat, and full belted, in handsome
tweeds and plain cloths, single and double-breasted.

SIXTEEN MEN TAKEN
IN COMMERCE CLUB
Prof. G. W. Dowrie, Prof. I. L. Sharf-
man and Lieutenant G. C. Mullen
Speak at Banquet
Commerce club held its fall initia-
tion and banquet at the Catalpa Inn
last night. Prof. George W. Dowrie,
Prof. I. Leo Sharfman, and Lieut. G. C.
Mullen were the principal speakers
of the occasion.
The initiates were: F. M. Sutter,,
'18, A. G. Gabriel, '18, L. A. Glover, '18,
A. B. De Spelder, '18, A. W. Ehrlicher,
'18, J. A. Rings, '18, H. A. Gustin, '18,
L. H. Scott, '18, J. E. Campbell, '18,
J. P. Adams, '19, R. A. Chandler, '19,
R. E. Stringer, '19, C. L. Rasmussen,
'19, H. M. Nolan, '18, C. R. Cummings,
'18, and R. M. Wright, '19.
DENTAL STUDENTS FIND IT
DIFFICULT TO TAKE DRILL
Preparation For State Board Tests
Commands Time of Seniors
and Juniors
Owing to the fact that juniors and
seniors of the dental college are forc-
ed to spend much of their time in the
dental clinic to prepare themselves
for the tests given by the state board
of dental examiners, they are having
some difficulty in complying with the
rules in regard to military training.
The course in dental surgery was
recently changed from a four year
course to a three year course, and in
accomplishing this -it has been neces-
sary to utilize every bit of time
available. When the dental students
time was in effect, now that it has
been changed the students cannot give
the proper time to the clinic and be
at drill at the same time.
According to the government orders, a
man once signing up for military drill
cannot drop the course. Action will
probably be taken in a few days to re-
lease the dental students or arrange
different hours for drill which will
not affect their work.
Union News
Captains and teams for the follow-
up membership campaign met Tues-
day night at the Union and held a ban-
quet preparatory to the opening of the
drive for new members. Franci Ba-
con, '02, director of social activities,
spoke at length on the purpose and
mission of the Union, its broader as-
pects, and its hopes for the future.
A. E. Homne, '18, chairman of the pub-
licity committee, and George F. Hur-
ley, '18L, president, followed with
"pep" talks. Richey Reavill, '19, gen-
eral chairman of the campaign, acted
as toastmaster.
Members are requested -to bring
their membership cards with them
when attending Union dances. This
will aid in removing certain embar-
rassing situations which may arise
if the cards are not at hand.
Prof. John Langley will entertain
members of the Research club at 7
o'clock Saturday evening at the Union.

WHAT'S GOING ON
' TODAY
7:30 o'clock-Mass meeting in Hill
auditorium.
7:45 o'clock-Vocational conference
in Barbour gymnasium.
8:30 o'clock-Round-Up club smoker
at the Michigan Union.
TOMORROW
7:30 o'clock-Alpha Nu literary so-
ciety meets in Alpha Nu rooms, Univer-
sity hall.
8 o'clock-Eugene Ysaye appears in
concert in Hill auditorium.
U-NOTICES
The Varsity Mandolin club will re-
hearse at 6:30 o'clock tonight in Uni-
versity hall. New music will be given
out.
The meeting of the University Zion-
ist society, will confer the first de-
gree for the Golden Rule order at
7:30 o'clock tonight in the Masonic
Temple.
"MU~ums" to Make
oney wfor Paids
"More mums for sale; more maids
selling 'em; more men buying 'em;
more money made."
That is what the Y. W. C. A. plans
for the Cornell game chrysanthemum
sale next Saturday. In keeping with
the events of the day, this is to be
the biggest sale of the season and the
Y. W. C. A. women are preparing to
make it a big success.
The salebbooths will be placed in
front of Lane hall, Newberry hall and
the Michigan Central depot.
Yellow mums only will be sold and
the single blossoms will sell for 35
cents and 50 cents each.
Interesting fiits
Two women carriers were employed
by the government to distribute mail
in Washington, D. C., yesterday.
Convalescent soldiers in French
hospitals are getting much pleasure
from the wearing of bright colored
tams made by the women.
The Milk fund association of Pro-
vidence hospital, Detroit, will ask its
membersto donate a dollar or more
for the fund this year instead of fol-
lowing the custom of giving the pro-
ceeds of a ball.
Parcel post packages sent out of the
country in 1915-16 had a total weight
twice as great as that of those spt in
1914-15.
Seventy-four faculty members of the
University of Wisconsin have gone to
war.
Salt Lake City may be the site of
a new aviation, training camp.
The "Princess Pats" are responsible
for the capture of Meetcheele, the
Flanders town taken last week.

WE WILL SELL
50 Shares Hoover
100 Shares. Universal
40 Shares Bower
50 Shares King Trailer
10 Shares Hayes Wheel Co:

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our Footwear that
substantially re-
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upon which the
name Ruby is
founded.

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Finish your breakfast after that 7:30
class. Waffles 'with maple syrup 10c,
two orders 15s. McCains, 614 Monroe
-Adv.
Dance at Armory on best floor in
city. Saturday night.-Adv.

For Cornell-Michigan game, special
noon-day luncheon at 75c. Delta Cafe.
-Adv.
Buy your "Mums" for the game at
the Delta. 35c a piece or $.50 a dozen.
Price'guaranteed till Friday night.-
Adv.

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YELLOW BONOFFON

"MUMS"

For the Game

We have a complete line of flowers at all times of the year.
Why not buy your "Mums" from us in preference to the
one that is' in it just for the day, and be assured of fresh stock
and right prices,

Tickets for the big Union member-
ship dance to be held Saturday night
in the combined gymnasiums, will be
placed on sale at 5 o'clock this after-
noon at the Union desk. The price
is 75 cents a couple. The chaperones
have been announced as follows:
President Harry B. Hutchins and
Mrs. Hutchins, Dean John R. Effinger
and Mrs. Effinger, Dean W. B. Hins-
dale and Mrs. Hinsdale, Dr. Arthur
G. Hall tsand Mrs. Hall, Prof.
G. W. Patterson and Mrs. Pat-
terson, and Dr. F. R. Waldron and
Mrs. Waldron. The dance committee
is as follows: Gordon C. Mack, '18E,
chairman; Ronald A. Butler, '19L,
Reed E. Bachman, '20, Knight Mirrie-
lees, '20M, and Harold Fletcher, '20.
Shook's 12-piece orchestra will fur-
nish "jazz" music for the occasion.
The board of directors will meet at
11:30 o'clock this morning to elect a
law vice-president and to discuss mat-
ters of organization.
OHIO IS STILL IN DOUBT
ON PROHIBITION VOTE RESULT
(Continued from Page One)
in New York City, but there was elect-
ed with him the entire Democratic
ticket, giving the new administration
all of the 16 votes in the board of
estimate, which controls all city ex-
penditures. Those elected with Judg
Hylan were Charles L. Craig, con-.
troller; Alfred E. Smith, president of
the board of aldermen, and the presi-
dents of the five boroughs of the city.
Will Lecture on Diseases in War
Prof. A. S. Warthin will lecture to-
morrow night in Detroit on "War and
Its Diseases."

The University of Iowa raised $20,000
for the Students' Friendship war fund
in a two hour campaign. Iowa had
pledged $12,000.
St. Louis has orders to recruit 524
men for a "gas and flame" regiment.
TEN WOMEN VOLUNTEERS FOR
SOCIAL SERVICE ORGANIZE
University women interested in so-
cial service hospital work, met with
Miss Ida M. Whitlow in her office at
the University hospital Thursday af-
ternoon. There were 10 girls present
who had volunteered for service.
Miss Whitlow, who is in charge of
the children's department of the so-
cial service work, instructed these
volunteers in the methods of procedure
and upon rules to be observed in con-
nection with the hospital management.
This social service =work is under
the supervision of the Y. W. C. A. and
the Women's league. Miss Whitlow
will meet women taking part in this
work at 4:30 o'clock in the afternoon,
the first Tuesday of every month in
her office at the University hospital.
Tuberculosis Found In National Army
New York, Nov. 7.-As a result of
the physical examination for the na-
tional army which found 122 per
cent of the men suffering from tuber-
culosis, representatives of the nation-
al anti-tuberculosis association are in
conference with a committee of the
Life extension society of New York,
concluding arrangements for a nation-
al medical examination day on Dec.
6. An effort is being made to have
medical practicioners throughout the
United States charge a uniform fee for
this work.

HONOR YOUR MEN IN THE
SERVICE WITH A SERVICE
EMBLEM

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ORDER "MUMS" NOW for Saturday.

Price 35c

A white field on a red field and a
blue star for every man in the Regu-
® lar Army, National Guard, Naval
Reserve or National Selected Army.
Hang it i nyour window or let it
fly froma staff.
Sizes for private homes and frater-
nities with extra stars that can be
sewn on as required.
DEFIANCE COTTON BUNTING
Twelve stars furnished. Extra stars 8c each.
Size Price
2x3 feet $1.20
3x5 feet $2.25
4x6 feet $3.15
5x8 feet . $5.25.
6x10 feet $7.50
8x 12 feet $11.25
STERLING WOOL BUNTING
Twelve stars furnished. Extra stars 8c each.
Size Price
2x3 feet $2.00
3x5 feet $4.50
4X6 feet $7.20
5x8 feet $10.00
6x10 feet $14.00
8x12 feet $21.75 -
10x18 feet $37.50
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until Friday night.

Arcade Floral Shop

keis Ar acade

Phone 600

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ograd Faces Food Shortage
ograd, Oct. 28 (By Mal).-In
f the abundant crops in the out-
listricts, Petrograd is facing a
food shortage. Often there is
ad or butter to be had. Sugar
,suerd like gold. The price of
s beyond all bounds, and milk

cannot be had except on the prescrip-
tion of a physician. Coal is scarce,
and unless conditions improve rapidly,
the coming winter will be one of the
most severe privation and hardship.
We handle the large "mums" only.
Arcade Floral Shop. Phone 600.-Adv.

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