he University of
at .Ana Arbor as
s Building. Sub-
es: Business, 96o;
exceed 3oo words
ents will be pub-
discretion of the
n the Ann Arbor
e box in the west
brary. where the
.30 o'clock each:
..... Harry M. Carey
.......C. S. Clark, Jr.
..James Schermerhorn, Jr.
....Bruce A. Swaney
....Philip C. Pack
.Mildred C. Mighell
.....Margaret H. Cooley
.Al b e r t E . H o r n e ; J r .
son.. Subscription Manager
Clarence L. Roeser
an Edgar L. Rice
J. R. McAlpine
Paul A. Shinkman
The "fightingest team" is right.
Someone sadly missed Barrett and
Shiverick yesterday, and a few more
The most effective camouflage Ger-
many may ever devise would be one to
screen the imperial army from the
The best team in the country is
going to school in Ann Arobr at pres-
The conference is about due to rec-
ognize we're back.
Spicy News From
The abandoning of Junior Week was
recommended in a resolution adopted
by the alumni and upperclassmen of
Cornell. Economy in all social func-
tions was urged in this resolution.
It was suggested that the three
deys hitherto devoted to Junior Week
be added to either the spring or sum-
Statistics of students expenses are
to be compiled at the University of
Indiana, and students who keep ac-
count of their expenses are being so-
licited for their records.
A convocation at which attendance
is required Is to be held at the Univer-
sity of Kansas for the purpose of aid-
ing the food conservation campaign.
The entire university will be enroll-
ed 'in the Hoover campaign and each
person will be asked to sign the
pledge to support the fight to save
PRESBYTERIAN BOYS IN WAR
RECEIVE KNITTED GARMENTS
Orville E. Gates
Harry D. Hause
A group picture of all girls who
have been working at the Angell house
will be taken there at 3:30 o'clock to-
Freshman hygiene lectures have
been changed from Wednesdays to
Tuesdays. The hour is 4:30 o'clock.
Gymnasium classes and all elective
work start on the indoor schedule
Thursday, Nov. 15.
Independent Girls' club will meet
at 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at
Barbour gymnasium. Old members
'and all new girls who are interested,
are requested to be present.
There will be a meeting of freshmen,
juniors, and seniors wno wish to play
basketball at 4:30 o'clock Thursday
New registration books for each
league house and sorority have been
placed in the Angell house and heads
of the work in the various houses may
refer to them to see that girls are
orking the numberof hours pledged.
Stylus will meet at 7:30 o'clock
Tuesday night with Margaret Klein,
118, 613 Thayer street.
The class in military training holds
its second preliminary meeting at 7
o'clock Thursday night. After that
date, the class will meet regularly at
2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoons in
A new knitting class has been or-
ganized under the supervision of Mrs.
I. R. Reilly, 1024 Baldwin avenue.
Mrs. Baldwin will be at Angell house
from 9:30 to 11:30 o'clock Wednes-
day morning and from 2:30 to 6:30
in the afternoon.
Senior and freshman hockey teams
will play a consolation game at 3:30
o'clock Monday afternoon on Palmer
field. The cup game will be played
by the juniors and sophomores at 2:30
o'clock Wednesday afternoon.
Senior society will hold its annual]
fail initiation tomorrow night.
Mrs. Burton F. Browne will speak
on pure foods tests at 3 o'clock tomor-
row afternoon in the science lecture
room of the high school.
GERTRUDE HILL TO SPEAK
AT CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
For the benefit of girls interested
in lines of religious occupation, Miss
Gertrude Hill will give an address
at the, Congregational church at 12
o'clock Sunday noon.
Miss Hill is a graduate of Western
College, Ohio, and also of the Congre-
gational training school in Chicago
which prepares young women for re-
ligious vocations. Miss Hill was also
speaker at the vocational conference
meeting Friday afternoon at Barbour
gymnasium, and is well prepared to
speak on church work and women's
part in it.
Mrs. Lloyd C. Douglas, 1034 Cam-
bridge road, will be at home from 3
o'clock until 4 o'clock Sunday after-
noon to those wishing to meet Miss
NOVEMBER 11, 1917.
X TO GUARD AGAINST
State and Huron Streets
10:30-How the Teaching of Jesus
Differs from, Formal Christianity.
Address by R. S. Loring,
6:30-The Place of Japan in the
World. Address before Ole Student
Society by Mr. Sotokichi Katsuizumi.
The public is invited.
LIBRARY RECEIVES LARGE
COLLECTION OF LETTERS
A large collection of interesting and
valuable letters written by distinguish-
ed authors has recently been present-
ed to the Library by Dr. Hugo Erich-
sen, of Parke, Davis and company, De-
The collection, composed of more
than 900 pieces, includes letters from
Longfellow, Whittier, Lowell, and oth-
er American authors, besides a large
number from German writers of dis-
tinction. These lettersl were written
to Dr. Erichsen by the authors, and:
give explanations of the writers' styles.
They were gathered for use in his
work on "Methods of Authors," pub-
lished several years ago. There are
also many signed photographs in the
The papers are being inventoried by
Miss Eunice M. Weed, assistant curator
of rare books in the Library.
In addition to this collection, Dr.
Erichsen has also presented to the
Library a number of books on photo-
University Y. W. C. A. Earns $65
As a result of the Michigan spirit
in evidence at the game yesterday,
the University Y. W. C. A. was $65
richer last night. More than 400 chrys-
anthemrums were sold at the three
sales booths under the direction of
Emily Loman, '19. The net gain was"
twice as much as has resulted from
any other sale held this season.'
Class dancing at the Packard Aca-
demy Moi:ay and Thursday eve-
nings, 7:30 to 9:30. Private lessons
by appointment. Pone 1850-pl.
Patronize Our Advertisers.-Adv.
MR. DOUGLAS, PREACHER
"The Building of a Soui",
STATE STREET HARDWARE
SPECIAL This week only
Pound Michigan Seal Stationery
Packages Envelopes, to match
FICTION AND OTHERWISE
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Extricating Obadiah-Lincoln.......................... 1.50
The Soul of a Bishop-Wells.....................1.50
Over the Top-Empey.. ............... .........1.5w
Long Live the King-Rinehart............................1.50
Anne's House of Dreams-Montgomery.............. . . 1.40
No Man's Land-"Sapper"................................1.25
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My Four Years in Germany-Gerard.......... ....2.00
e glory of victory, ,
est team" has one Men
of Church Finance All of
Cross Work, Including
CITY NEWS YorOdSft
Complaints from business places 4 & e
failing to lock their doors at night Bring them here to be sharpened.
have been coming in with great fre- Satisfaction guaranteed. HAND WORK. 1
quency to the police department. Each blade separately honed and hair.
tested. Double edge3So per do%.
rr.,. l' «, ...... inzle edge 26c per do:.
joy, let us not forget there
games yet to be played be-
Wolverines can look for con-
i as the best team in the
We must keep fighting with
ight every minute to reach
st pinnacle which'no person
mpus believes Michigan can-
this fall. We want 1917 to
with the other halcyon days
903, and 1904, when the Yost-
e not only champions of the
of the whole nation.
ry is due Cornell for the'
t she haq made. But no team
ve beaten Michigan yester-
re was no spectator who did
y himself that Michigan did
every bit as pronounced su-
over the vanquished as the
i next. Let's play one game
Let's give her the same bitter
e have several old scores to
OUT OF DOORS
students as a rule lead an
1 sort of life. We use our
nuch,, we stay up late nights,
in stuffy rooms and eat'in
There is one remedy for life
nd. Get the habit of spend-
ain amount of your time out
ut of bed early and start. A
breaths of the morning air
the sleep demon out of your
ur red corpuscles will wake
ommence to take an interest
Afterward the class period
n hour of joy instead of a
struggle to keep awake.
ras a certain school of phil-
who did all their teaching
pen air. Perhaps their wis-
'essed itself best in that one
Try it yourself. The knotty
ideas for a theme will un-
[ly outdoors. Every time you
ard problem ask old Dame
help you crack it. You will
[sed at the easiness *with
e does it.
enery around Ann Arbor is
pleasing at this time of
I y)u ever walk around Hair
and see the stretch of coun-
Iver to which it gives oppor-
'ake along your water colors
aw, or your favorite author
how much their interest is
t of doors habit is easy to
its contribution to happiness
know that what is going to
st team in the country beat
up several old scores, too,
. Each of the 33 Presbyterian boys
from Ann Arbor in service has been
furnished one complete outfit of knit-
ted goods made by the ladies of the
church. Another complete outfit is to
be sent in Christmas boxes.
In addition to the quota assigned by
the County Red Cross of 25 sets or 100
garments made in October and Novem-
ber four sets more than the quota
were taken and will all be completed
by November 15. Men of the church
finance all f the Red Cross work, in-
cluding the knitting.
King's Daughters' circle sews ev-
ery Wednesday on Red Cross work in
the church' parlors . Other women in
the church sew all day Thursdays.
At present the activities of the Wed-
nesday group are confined to making
hospital linen, while the Thursday
group make bandages. For the month
of October the Wednesday Women
turned out 174 finished pillow cases,
while the Thursday people completed
200 bandages. On the call for hospi-
tal bags 93 were turned in to Mrs.
X. W. C. A. AT M.A.C. Start Campaign
Sunday campaigning for new mem-
bers of the Y. W. C. A. is to be tried
out at Michigan Agricultural college.
According to Dean Georgia White,
vocational conference speaker, the
girls hope to obtain a large number
of memberships Ain less time than
Gasoline 23c, Polarine 50c. Staebler
& Co., 117' S. Ashley St.-Adv.
Carm Chadre Kerwell, grad., who
is taking a course in the Medical
school, received final citizenship pa-
pers at the county clerk's office yes-
terday. Kerwell was born in British
India and his father is still a subject
Kerwell served with Company I on
the border line in Mexico last year,
but has been permitted to return to
the University to complete his course
and enroll in the officers' reserve med-
Buy your alarm clocks at
Chapman's, Jeweler. 113 s.
QUARRY DRUG CO'S
Cor. State and University
We have both the inclination and
the equipment to furnish the
best in banking service
Thy Ann Arbor Sayings Dank
Capitaland Surplus $ 500,000.00
Resources . . - $4,000,000.00
Northwest Corner Main and
707 North University Avenue
DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jacksor
(Effective 'May 22, 1917)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-:35
m., 8:io a. in.. and hourly to 7:10 p. m., 9
Kalamazoo Limited Cars-8:48 a. in.
every two hnurs to 6:48 t. ni.; to L~ansi
8:48 p. n..
Jackson Express Cars ;local stops weA
Ann Arbor)--9:48 a. in. and every two oi
to 7:48 p). in.
Local Cars EastBound-5 3 a. in.,
a. in.,; 7:05 a. nm. and cvery two houars to 7
P. m., 8:o5 P. .. 9:o5 p. n., o:so p.
To Ypsilanti _nnly. o :2o a mn.. )-.50 a:
;:o5 p. m.. 6:os p. in. 9:45 p. m. 1:45 P.
12:20 a. ini.. :1o a. in.,r 1:2o a. ni. ro al
change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-6:o5 a. Mn., 7
a.' m.. 10:20 P. in., 12:20 a. m.
"Just a Little BETTER"
Engineering Faculty Holds Banquet
At a banquet at the Union Wednes-
day night the mechanical engineering
faculty discussed the question that the
instructors of the. different depart-
ments were not familiar with the work
covered by their fellow instructors. It
was decided that each man should
write a synopsis of his course and
file it with the head of the department
where' it could be used for reference.
Hoppe has fine bleachers pictures
of Michigan and Cornell game.
Patronize Our Advertisers.-Adv.
Opening of the
Students' Friendship War
at the University of Michigan
for all occasions
Wed. Nov. 14
DR. M. S. RICE
on "What I Have Seen in France
Frank Murphy, Law '14
Dr. Fredrick Wahr
Camp Castcr and the Y. M. C. A.
218 S. Main Street
For your Appointme
try S WA IN
713 East University A
Classes Just Starting. Enroll
State and William
One of Our Gift Boxes De Luxe
Ray's Betsy Ross
Constitutes a perfect gift, no matter how formal
The Betsy Ross Candy Shop
9 Nickels Arcade
Admission by Athletic Ticket
No Pledges taken at Meeting
Second Balcony Open to Public