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epedy this con-
is wrong for a
11 the work on
one of us take
to be done, and
naturally good
abits which will
ceeding later in

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Board of directors of the Womens
league will meet at 9 o'clock this
morning at Barbour gymnasium.
Women's athletic association will
give the second annual all-camp,
mixer at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon
at Barbour gymnaium.
A cross-country hike wil -tart at
9:30 o'clock this morning from iar-
bour gymnasium.
Comedy club will ititiata new mem-
bers at a dance at 8 o'clock tonight in
Packard academy.
Heads of league houses will meet
at 3:30 o'clock Monday afternoon in
Barbour gymnasium.
Regular and substitute hockey
teams will have a supper Sunday night
at the forestry farm.
Michigan Dames will meet at 7:30
o'clock Monday night at Newberry,
hall.
SUMMER SCHOOL EXECUTIVES
TO CONVENE IN ANN ARBOR
Twelve Universities Will be Repre-
seited in Administrative Con-
ference

ing to the Students' Friend-
ship War Fund.
First hour of the campaign at,
U. of M.,-Twenty-eight students
and Faculty subscribed $552.00,
-average gift $19.79.
First hour of the campaign at
M. A. C.,-Ninety-two students
and Faculty subscribed $176.00,
average gift $19.18.
First day of campaign at U. of
M.,-One hundred and seventy-
seven students and Faculty sub-
scribed $2,721.50,-average gift
$15.38.
First day of campaign at M.
A. C.,-Nine hundred and thir-
teen students and Faculty sub-
scribed $8,116.50,-average gift
$8.87.
U. of M. quota, $2'5,000-
Amount still to be raised,
$22,278.50.
M. A.5C. quota, $6,500-Amount
now over-subscribed, $1,616.50.
BOTH CAMPAIGNS NOW IN
PROGRESS
(National Publicity Committee
Studenits' Friendship War Fund)
REPORTS NOT FORTHCOMING
FROM REGISTRAR'S OFFICE

The Dwelling Place of Light-Churchill......
Extricating Obadiah-Lincoln ..............
His Family-Poole ...........................
The Soul of a Bishop-Wells .... . ............
Great Possessions-Grayson ................
Beyond-Galsworthey ................ . .....
Over the Top-Empey ........................
Long Live the King-Rinehart............
Anne's House of Dreams-Montgomery.......
No Man's Land-"Sapper" .................
A Son of the Middle Border-Garland........
My Four Years in Germany-Gerard........

STATE ST.

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lem of work is one of the
,11 on any campus, and it
y difficult at this time,
of the men who have done
work are going to war.
a work together they na-
>me akin. This has been
solutions of the fraternity
dent problem at Michigan,
1 can be constantly broad-
reater good for the Univer-
of us will work for Mich-
.d of singing and yelling
ve'will carry away with us
satisfaction akin to what
feels when the flag goes

THE EBERBACH

200-204 EAST LIBERT

Chemicals

Lat

OF' CUTTING

Deans and directors of summer

that many stu-
'th week of the
accumulated so
's illn#6s would
e classes, force
, and perhaps
departure from

thing to remember is that
not devised for the use of
he were designed to assist
vho are unavoidably absent
ses, and the faculty is in-
naintain that view with con-

schools from 12 universities will con-
vene Nov. 23 and 24 in Ann Arbor, to
hold the first meeting of what is ex-
pected to become a permanent yearly
conference. The idea of this confer-
ence was fostered by Prof. Edward H.
Kraus, dean of the summer session.
The object of the meeting is to dis-
cuss the problems confronting the
summer school deans of these various
universities, and to exchange methods
of administration. Business meetings
will be held in the mornings, after-
noons, and evenings of both days. On
Friday night there will be a smoker at
the University club, and on Saturday
a luncheon at the Union.
The institutions to be represented
here are: Michigan, Wisconsin, Cor-
nell, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Minne-
sota, Syracuse, Chicago, Boston uni-
versity, Columbia, Harvard, and New
York university.

Editor, The Michigan Daily:
Students have recently come to my
office to inquire concerning their
standings in the work of this semester.
Please say for me that the registrar's
office has nothing to do with mid-
semester reports. Statements to the
contrary are wholly unauthorized and
erroneous.
ARTHUR G. HALL,
Registrar.
HOOVER REQUIRES BAKERS
TO AID IN FOOD ECONOMY
Washington, Nov. 16.-Bakers
throughout the country have received
specific orders from the food admin-
istration regarding the conservation
of the bread supply.
Loaves are to be unwrapped prefer-
ably, of a standard size, and contain-
ing a stipulated amount of ingred-
ients.
All bread'must be accounted for, and
staleness does not permit it to be dis-
carded. Retailers will not be allowed
to return any more bread to the bak-
ers, and neither credit nor cash can
be given for unsold bread.

SPECIAL This

1 Pound
2 Packages

SL

Drugs and T(

BEAUTY SHOP
Miss Mable Rowe, shampoo and hair-
dressing, 50o. 326 N. Fifth Ave. 2402.
-Adv.
pW

which forbid the
:e they have bee'i
dient to flirt with
innecessarily cuts
te Pennsylvanian.
stands for- You

eat with
e that it
:ive them

Jun I

f the girls whose
down by 7:30

the "Y" yet?

nen and sophomores ar
to have a little war of
ell a girl's nationality by
rn she knits, only in this
drab, not red,white, and
for America.
the Pennsylvanians kon't
team's non-quaker princi-
rig violence.

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Oopyright Hart Schaffner j Marx
A new military
overcoat
Wear it on cool days this
fall or on rainy days.
HartSchaffner
& Marx

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Let a Service Flag Tell
the World-

ND'

ading of the marriage of Frank
t of Frankfort, Ind., to a girl from
same town, reminds us of the
liar name Marshall Field of Chi-
would have if conferred the title
eld Marshall Marshall Field.
SE-SHOEING BECOMES
PART OF WOMAN'S SPHERE

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Veterinary surgery, blacksmithing,
and medicine are among the new pro-
iss inad- fessional fields which women here en-
coat and tered since the beginning of the war,
st about according to the report of the wom-
eye-cap- en's committee of the council of na-
disposed tional defense.
thought In London a large veterinary firm
has turned all of its work over to
the men women surgeons. In the French town
iy of the of Berck-Plage a -woman i- shoeing

lul

that someone has gone from your home or fraternity to
"help make the world safe for democracy."
Official service emblems are shown here in all sizes
and two qualities, with extra stars-up to twelve-in-
cluded.
DEFIANCE COTTON BUNTING
Twelve stars furnished. Extra stars 8c each.
Size Price
23 feet $1.20
3x5 feet $2.25
4x6 feet $3.15 .'
5x8 feet $5.25
6x10 feet $7.50
8x12'feet $11.25.

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s were men who
unknown during
And the reason
ft they did not
ake themselves
they were busy
for life.
kes many cam-
cessarily be busy
d in many thing,
And as one has
vhich to do many
re usually done

horses.
At the last medical tost in Japan, 27
of the 39 candidates were women.
CLEVER SKIT IS PRESENTEID
AT WOMEN'S LEAGUE PARI V
Under the direction of Masqu ,
"'i he Mouse Trap," a clever .one-act
comedy by William Dean Howells,
was presented at the Women's league
party yesterday afternoc. at Barbour
gy'nnasium. --
An appreciative audience of about
50 girls was present, and after the
entertainment there was an hour of
dancing with music by Glaydes Daum,
'20, and Margaret Jewell, '20.

made it, which means it
stand good hard wear
tear, and give you the1
kind of a value.

will
and
best

STERLING WOOL BUNTING

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Twelve stars furnished.
Size
2X3 feet
3x5 feet
4x6 feet
5x8 feet
6x 10 feet .
8x12 feet
10x18 feet
(Third Floo

Extra stars 8c each..
Price
$2.00
$4.50
$7.20
$10.00
$14.00
$21.75
$37.50
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Several variations for men
and young men.

Reule-C
Fiegel
The big store a
east corner Main

>rain con-
>lete. He
hings tha:

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Buy your Cigars,

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