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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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]MEN EOREM
N Of DEATH"

106 MEN ENTER FOURTH
COURSE INIRMY STORES
MEN COME FROM ALL OVER COUN.
TRY TO TAKE COURSE AN-
DER PROF. BURSLEY

For Cornell-Michigan game, special
noon-day luncheon at 75c. Delta Cafe.
--Adv.

Recrea
We try
Bros.-A

tion makes for Efficiency.
to treat you right." Huston
dv. tf.

Buy your "Mums" for the game at
the Delta. 35c a piece or $3.50 a dozen
Price guaranteed till Friday night.-
Adv.
Dance at Armory on best floor in
city. Saturday night.-Adv.

Order your "mum's" for the gam
Saturday, NOW. Price 35c until Fri-
day night. Arcade Floral Shop. Phone
600.-Adv.
U. of M. Jewelry. J. L. Chapman's
is tne place. 119 S. Main.-Adv.

Officers' Uniforms and accessories.
G. H. Wild & Co., State Street.-Adv.

For Cornell-Michig
noon-day luncheon at
-AdY.

Y-FIVE GIRLS TURN OUT
OR DRILL IN BARBOUR.
GYMNASIUM
Michigan "Battalion of Death"
peared on the scene, and I
I will find himself forced to
if it ever "gets over there."
r the direction of a r.t.i'ary
who for the present refuses to
.s name, the women of the Un-
y have been organized into a
y unit which will devote one
g a week to training in army
. Hikes in the open will con-
a regular pait of their work,
reviews they will fori an of-
ivision of the officers' reserve
initial drill took place Wedues-
ight in Barbour gymnasium,
35 young women presented
ylves for their officer's inspec-
They were drilled in the rudi-
of marching, taught the differ-
etween "right face" and "right
' and marched up and down in
is and squads until exhausted,
hey were finally dismissed with
mnmand to "quit ranks."
fe young women will constitute
ckbone of the unit, and in a
of three evening lectures will
[ned to assume the positions of
es, corporals, and sergeants.
ary marching for girls promises
one of the most popular gym
s on the campus, and every
r of the unit is urged to bring
id to the next meeting, whic i
e held in Barbour gymnasium
'clock Thursday evening, Nov.

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T THE THEATERS
TODAY
arrick, Detroit - San Carlo
nd Opera Company, in "Jewels
:he Madonna."
'hitney--"What a Woman Will
[ajestic-"Paradise Valley."

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Orpheum-Margery Wilson in'
ountain Dew." Also Triangle
)medy and Weekly.
Wuerth-Vivian Martin in "Sun-
t Trail." Also "His Precious'
fe." Keystone Comedy.
Arcade-Hedda Nova and Mitch-
1 Lewis in "The Bar Sinister."'
[so Christie Comedy.
Rae-Wallace Reid and Cleo
idgley in "The House of the
olden Windows."

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One hundred and six men are regist-
red in the fourth army stores meth-
ds course, under Prof. J. A. Bursley,
which started Monday morning, and
will continue for a period of six weeks.
The fourth course is devoted entire-
y to ordance instruction. The uni-
forms are provided by the students, a
number of whom have been already
measured.
Following is the list of men in the
o)dnance class:
Paul 0. Avery, Three Rivers; Clar-
ence O. Bahmiller, Dexter; Hal D.
Balycat, Ypsilanti; Russell Basset,
Pontiac; Orie H. Bates, Hillsdale;
Howard H. Batin, Marinette, Alpha J.
Beaudette, Bay City; Lewis R. Bebout.
Ann Arbor; Newton S. Bement, Ann
Arbor; Howard Bennett, Port Huron;
Samuel H. Brenner, Hancock; J. H.
Brown, Detroit.
Russell G. Chandler, Detroit; Ern-
est F. Carlson, Cadillac; Edgar M.
Cathro, Detroit; Fiske S. Church, Uti-
ca; Louise H. Cole, Detroit; Lloyd K.
Crippen, Jackson; Chase Crissey,
Caro; Charles C. Dubnar, Northville;
Henry C. Duffield, Detroit; Albert C.
Eberlein, Sebekaing; Donald A .Eddy,
Hillsdale; Harry Erikson, Manistique;
Clarence 0. Fellers, Detroit; James H.
C. Fitzsimons, Detroit; Charles
Fleischman, Detroit; Harmon A.
Fritch, Oxford; Clyde A. Fueton, Char-
lotte.
Jacob Gettleson, Detroit; William E.
Ghent, Ann Arbor; Don F. Gillette,
Hillsdale; Harry Goldman, Detroit;
Carl E. Gormsen, Gladstone; Emer-
son F. Greenman, Owosso; Forest G.
Hacker, Mount Clemens; Frank T.
Hall, Detroit; Samuel S. Henderson,
Omaha, Neb.; Reynold M. Hoffman,
Detroit; Maurice L. Holland, Roscom-
mon; Nath W. Hopkins, Ypsilanti;
William A. Houser, Detroit; Lyle C.
Howlett, Mason; Harry D. Hubbard,
Ypsilanti.
Nelson M. Inman, Detroit; Samuel
E. Jacobs, Battle Creek; Carl W.
Jones, Grand Rapids; Walter C. Jor-
dan, Detroit; J. Jeneson, Detroit;
Robert A. Kerr, Coldwater; Rollin A.
Kerr, Coldwater; Gilbert W. Krentler,
Detroit; Edward O. Kunze, Detroit;
Cheston J. La Huis, Zeeland; Walter
G. Lauder, Grayling; David Levinson,
Birmingham; John F. Linehan, De-
troit; Raymond C. Lodholz, Oxford;
Theodore E. Look, Detroit.
Dudley S. McClure, Fort Wayne.
Ind.; Elliott B. McGrew, Pittsburg,
Pa.; C. S. McIntyre, -; Harry W.
McRae, Detroit; Frank S. Main, Lake-
view; Abraham L. Maire, rosse
Pointe; Arnold F. Malow, Detroit;
Julius B. Marx, Detroit; Leo W. Matyn,
Detroit; Ralph S. Merrian, Detroit;
George E. Merriman, Napoleon; Wil-
liam H. Merritt, Detroit; Robert F.
Miller, Jackson; Howard E. Mitchell,
Houghton.
Ciarles L. Oldani, Detroit; Ernest
W. Osborne, Royal Oak; John R. i'ais-
ley, Chicago, Ill.; L. R. Patten, Grand
Ledge; William K. Perkins, Detroit;
0. M. Peters, Wonwatosa, Wis.: Lewis
S. Ramsdell, Detroit; Paul V. Rans-
dell, Detroit; Arthur C. Rosenfield De-
troit; Harry T. Rosenthal, Detroit:
Walter E. Rossbach Detroit; Truman
T. Schafer, Port Huron; Ralph S.
Shroder, Detroit; ' eigh H. Smpson,
Owosso; Harry A. Sisson, Highland
Park; Arnpld D. Smith, La Grange,
Ind.; Earl L. Speer, Quincy; Herman
H. Stephenson,Emporia. Kans.; Johan
Van Sytzama;= Zeeland.
Frederick S. Upton, St. Joseph; Ar-
thur J. Vomberg, Charlotte; Eugene J..
Wait, Reynolds, Ill.; Francis E. Walk-
er, Detroit; Stuart S. Wal, Toledo, 0.;
Henry J. Wallick, Detroit: Charles A.
Washburn, East Lansing; Charles D.
Wessels, Detroit; Frank J. Whalen,
Buffalo, N. Y.; George 11. Williams,

Detroit.; Louis C. Wolter, Ypsilanti;
John Woods, Denton, and Alfred C.
Wortley, Ypsilanti.
Passes to Be Scarce at Camp' Custer
r Camp Custer, Battle Creek, Nov. 8.
-No more passes will be granted to
Camp Custer boys except under "urg-
ent and exceptional circumstances."
This ruling is the result of rough
conduct on the Michigan Central trait
Sunday night when some privates at-
tacked an officer.
In future, the men must present re
quests for leave to their respective
captains, who will refer the matter
to Colonel Craig for final decision.
Dr. Conwell Gives Lecture Sunday
Dr. Russell H. Conwell will give his
popular lecture "Acres of Diamonds"
at 7 o'clock Sunday evening, Nov. 11
at the Methodist church under the au-
spices of the Wesleyan guild. It has
been 15 years since Dr. Conwell was
last in Ann Arbor.-

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Union News
rickets for the big membership
ace to be held Saturday night in the
nbined gymnasiums were placed on
.e at the Union desk yesterday after-
on. The quantity of tickets to 'be
d Is limited to such a number that
gymnasiums will not be overcrowd-
None ofer this limit will be sold.
ricketsfor the membership dance
11 sell for $1.25 each, but this in-
des the charges for the supper,
ich will be srved 'by the collegiate
mnae. The profits realized from
asuppers will gp to the support of
aAmerican.University union in
ris.
James H. Cartwright, , '18L, was
cted law vice-president of the Un-
iyesterday at a meeting of the board
directors. Cartwright fills the
ce left vacant by the election of
orge F. Hurley, '18L, former law
esident, to the presidency. The
and also authorized the creation of
executive coijncil consisting of the
esideit, the director of student ac-
ities, the general. secretary, and the
airmen of all general committees.
e function of the council is to crys-
ize the various problems which
me up in Union management, and
present them for final settlement
the board of directors. The council
thus made an advisory body, with
etings once or twice a week. The
ard also voted to extend the facili-
s, of the Union to the pastors, as-'
tant pastors, and curates of the var-
is churches, and to the secretaries
the Y. M. C. A.'s.
the Daily's specialty is service to
rvone. Let us serve you.-Adv.

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THE HOUSE OF KUPPENHEIMER

Look sharp to the fabric in your clothes this season. Wool is
scarce; and the requirements of the government will make it
still scarcer. It's a season when your Kuppenheimer store
means more to you than ever. For half a century the reputation of The
House of Kuppen heimer has rested on the unequalled quality of its fabrics.
Fractional sizes and special models assure every man a fit. Conservatiye
styles for the business and professional man, Up-to-date styles for young
-nen, as always. Suits, $22.50 to $45. Overcoats, $22.50 to $65,

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THE HOUSE OF KUPPENIEIMER, CHICAGO
Originators of Fractional Sizes, t h o reward Model, etc,
Makers of Regulation Officer5' Uniforms

Qur book, "Styles for Men," from your Kuppenheimer store, or send your name tQ ue
Kuppenheimer Clothes are sold in Ann Arbor by

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