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The Michigan Daily, 1917-11-16

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will mount the

TO THOSE WHO FEEL POOR
I write as your brother.k
We are a large family.
This world-war made in Ger-
many, against which we are fight-"
ing, has sent our incomes down
and our expenses up.'
The pinch hurts, but it is not
going to kill us.
We still have enough and some-°
thing to spare.
Though we feel poor, don't let'
us be impoverished by selfish fear!
Let us save in food, in service,
in clothes, in luxuries and joy-.
rides,-but not in money!
Let us use that by giving it to
save the wounded, the suffering,
our friends, our country!
Let us keep Christmas this year
by keeping up the Red Cress!
Then it will not be a poor'
Christmas, but a rich Christmas
to our hearts.
(Signed) HENRY VAN DYKE.

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ide in school honors and try
-University Daily Kansan.
state that Scott Nearing
ted after a speech in Duluth
$50. Mr. Nearing seems to
.g the prison bars at every

There's nothing like Friendship, es-
_ i pecially when it's going to feed our
e, Jr.captive boys.
nager '
nager
nager No longer is face powder carried in
nager the little silver cases that the women
nager
mager treasure, but in its place are diminu-
tive lumps of sugar that they may
oeser save that commodity when they go out
-- to tea.
Rice --
aaan Let's give a yell for the 1300 Michi-
rownl an men in arms.
ndibrj
Germany will obtain a few speci-
Gates mens of American football when the
aeie Sammies break through the lines a

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WE'RE LUCKY, EH?
At six o'clock in the morning,
When you are fast asleep,
Thousands of weary people
To their work in the factory creep.,

WRITER URGES CAMPUS TO
AWAKE AND SAVE AMERICA
FROM IRON HEEL.
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
During the past few weeks, the
campus has discussed, somewhat spas-
modically, the question of doing away
with certain petty vanities of life.a
The Junior hop, the wearing of sleeve-
less jackets by students, and excessive
smoking have occupied the forum.
Wednesday night, at the mass meet-;
ing, the Rev. Lloyd C. Douglas made
another addition to the list. The cost
of chrysanthemums worn at the Cor-
nell game, he said, was sufficient to
supply food for 100 wounded soldiers
through their period of convalescence.
Of course, the football season, so far
as local games are concerned, is now
past. Consequently, no more chrysan-
themums will be worn on Ferry field
this year. But it is not too late to
say a word in order to prevent this
useless expenditure from being made
again next year; when conditions will
probably be worse and economy will,
more than ever, be imperative.
"Mums" and the Girl
Can any girl, with the faintest spark
of patriotism, demand that her escort
supply her with one, two, three, a
half dozen, or a dozen chrysanthe-
mums-or for that matter, of any oth-
er flower? Or can she respect the man
who caters to her idle whims by the
use of money which should be flowing
to the support of some worthy cause?
And what about the man himself? He
is just as culpable, and his part in re-
moving the evil is equally- important.
Is Your Sweater Watermelon Green'.
Now, just a few words in regard to
the much-discussed sweater question.
While Mr. Douglas was speaking,
there sat next to me a girl who was
busily occupied in the knitting of a
green sweater. Probably for some
soldier who- sleeps on snow-covered
ground or in water-filled trench?
Yet this girl, is "doing her bit"-for
her own self.
Campus Shoold Awake
If the United States is going to win'
this war with a minimum sacrifice of
human life, the campus, as a part of
the great Amercan democracy, must
awake to the necessity of making sac-
rifices. If the world is to be kept
out of the reach of the iron hand of
'Kultur," every man and woman
must uhite for the supreme effort by
eliminating the trivialities, and b3

STATE ST.

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ENGINEERING TOOLS
ALARM CLOCKS
ELECTRIC SUPPI
SWITZ EKS
STATE STREET HAIRDW.
SPECIAL This week only

His Family-Po
The Soul of a.1
Great Possessi
Beyond-Galswc
Over the Top
Long Live the :
Anne's House of
No Man's Land-
A Son of the M.
My Four Years

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At six o'clock in the morning,
When you are snug in bed,
Hundreds of girls and boys your
Start out to earn their bread.

1 Pound Michigan Seal Stationery
2 Packages Envelopes, to match
75c

age

The walk around the new library{
- does not seem so long now that the
7" building has intercepted the view of
the short cut.
Even if the girls can't fight, they can
yell "fight 'em" pretty well.
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Board of directors of the Women's
league will meet at 9' o'clock tomor-
row morning at Barbour gymnasium.
The women's athletic association
will give an all-campus mixer at 2:30'
o'clock tomorrow afternoon in Barbour

At six o'clock in the morning,
When you have nothing to do,
Thousands of women and children
Their round of labor renew.
Then realize when you are lucky
And don't start the day with yawning;
Just think of the people who go to
work}
At six o'clock in the morning.
IDA ESTHER 1INES, '20.
Interesting Bits
The Brace Memorial newsboys'l
home in New York claims to have the'
largest service flag of any strictly,
local unit. It has 2,520 stars. One-
third of the men are already in
France.
Girls are employed as messengers
in all - municipal offices of Portland,
Ore.
Neutral vessels lying idle in Amer-
ican ports have a tonnage of more
than 300,000 tons.

U. S. and England To Purchase Silver
New York, Nov. 15.-One hundred
thousand'ounces of silver on the bas-
is of approximately $1 an ounce will
be purchased by the United States
and British governments. Almost
three-fourths of this allotment will
go to the British government.
Three Killed In Mine Explosion
Wilburton, Okla., Nov. 15.-Three
men were killed in a natural gas ex-
plosion at No. 40 mine of the Rock
Island Coal company, 10 miles from
here, last night.

SLATERIS SBOOK
PHONE 430
standing, body and soul, behind the
"man behind the gun." v
FOR LIBERTY. "

Phone 308

spirit
ve the
after-
watch
e game

Heads of league houses will rnieet at
3:30 o'clock Monday afternoon in Bar-
bour gymnasium to discuss uniform
house rules.
A hockey supper for regular and
substitute teams will be held Sunday
afternoon at the forestry farms.
A class in standard surgical dress-
ings is being organized at Angell
house. Girls who are working a certain
number of hours each week should re-
jnember to sign in the book provided
for the purpose.
Presence at class period is the only
registration necessary for advanced
aesthetic dancing at 3:30 o'clock Mon-
day, and beginning dancing at 3:30
o'clock Tuesday.
The questionnaires given out by
Miss Alice Evans should be in not
later than 3:30 o'clock Friday, as they
must be sent in immediately.
A cross country hike will start from
Barbour gymnasium at 9:30 o'clock
Saturday morning.
ILLINOIS WOMEN BRAVE STORMS
TO REGISTER FOR WAR SERVICE!

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Illlinois women have responded en-
ial thusiastically to the call for war work
irden registration sent out by the Women's
show defense committee of the state.
for- An accurate estimate of the number
of women registered cannot be made
for several days, according to Mrs.
Harlan Ward Cooley, chairman of reg-
istration. In some counties of the
state, bad weather seriously hampered
e and the work, but women plodded through
n and rain, snow, and heavy roads, to regis-
lead- ter for war service.
ity is
that Meatless Days Saves 7 Tons Weekly
en in Washington, Nov. 15-Seven tons.
s out of meat, including about 3,500 pounds
m1y a of pork and 8,300 pounds of beef, are
fur- saved weekly as a result of the meat-
only less days through the United States
f the One New York hotel reports that
ath- during October it .curtailed its con-
sumption of flour by 14 barrels as the.
k, in result of "wheatless Wednesdays."
thing Food Administrator Hoover, in view.
;h ef- of continued reports from New York,
rsity of discoveries of immense quantities.
udent of food held in warehouses, has issued
a statement warning against specu-
ed is lative hoarding.E

Of the 1,000 Protestant ministers
in France, 450 have seen service and
27 have been killed.
Patrick McGunigal of Youngstown,
O., a ship's fitter, has been awarded
the first naval medal of honor. He
rescued an observer in a kite balloon,
brought down at sea in a squall.
Judge Edward T. Wade of Chicago,
refuses to allow women to knit in his
court room.
A Brooklyn woman has started an
order of godmothers to look after our
soldiers and keep track of them dur-
ing the war.
The 56 ambulances which have so
far been purchased by the American
Poets' committee for use in Italy
have been named for writers of patri-
otic songs, poets, and war heroes.
The national association of credit
men is asking the co-operation of
every business man -in the elimination
of uniecessary letters.
I Hungary is requisitioning all cer-
eals.
Alaska has enrolled 656 families in
the Hoover campaign for food pledges.
Quarterdeck Initiates Five Engineers
Five landlubbers sailed to the En-
gineering arch at "six bells" Thursday
afternoon to receive their first prac-
tice in nautical technicalities.
Quarterdeck, honorary society of
the marine engineering department,
initiated the following men at this
time: P. G. Pettersen, '18E, H. A. See-
gar, '18E, L. E. Stephenson, '19E, A.
M. Youngquist, spec., and D. S. Ward,
'19E.
Dance at Armory from 9-12 every
Saturday night.-Adv.

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These make up the usual
SDutch lunch - but what
will you serve to drink?
For years the host and hostess have been
asking themselves thatsame question-es-
pecially whenever the occasion happens to
be one of those cozy little after-theatre or
"in-between-times" parties. ,Now, there is
a ready answer-

Lobster Sardine
Pickles Sausage
Oysters Spaghet
Swiss Cheese
Goulash Raviola
'Chile-Con-Carne

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You will find
Bevo-
in pasteurized bottles.
hermetically patent-
crowned-at inns, restau-
ren~ts, department rind
drug stores, soda foun-.
tans picnic grounds,
baseball parks, dining
cars. steamships and other
p laces where refreshing
ra . aL areoW a.

This distinctively new creation in soft
drinks is sparkling-snappy-deliciouF. It
is healthful with the wholesomentss of the
choicest cereals --appetizing t , h the bou-
quet and agreeable btter twig v Mec only
-choice hops can impart. It is sre to "hit
the spot"--sure to encounter n r.j.ices.
Bevo-the all-year-'round t drink
Guard Against Substitutes
have the bottle opened in your presence, first seeing that
the seal has not been broken, and that the crown top
bears the Fox. Bevo is sold .a bottles only-and is
bottled exclusively by
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