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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

y p4 4,f4 there will be eatless days for many1
Sl i U I Michigan students for several weeks.
EMBER ASSOCIATED PRES ---
Associated Press is exclusively entitle8 Show the team that we are still be-
use for republication of all news dis hind them by being down to the depot]
credited to it or not otherwise credit- today to meet them.
this- paper and also the local news
ed herein.
al newspaper at the University of
In . Published every morning except
r during the university year.n
ed at the postoffice at Ann Arbor as!
Class matter.
as Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
ns: by carrier, $.5o; by mail, $ .. The judiciary council of the Wom-
ad stations: Quarry's; Students' Sup- en's league will meet with league
ore; The Delta. Phones: Business, 96o;enslau wilm twth ege
;l, .4:4. house-heads to discuss uniform housej
Munications not to exceed 300 words rules at 3:30 o'clock tomorrow after-
tor notices of events will be pub- noon.
The Daily, at the discretion of the
left at the office in the Ann Arbor Michigan Dames will meet at 7:30
r of te generanoti box in the the o'clock tomorrow night at Newberry
ae collected at +:30 o'clock each hall. Mothers as well as wives of
students are invited.
T. McDonald. Managing Editor presence at class period is the only
ip Emery...... .Business Manager
Iditor .. '........Harry M. Car registrion necessary:ora nc
dt or..... ......C. S. Clark, Jr. aesthetic dancing at 3:30 o'clock to-
Editor..Jr ... S rn, J morrow afternoon and beginning
ph Editor ..............Bruce Millar dancing at the same hour on Tuesday.
te Editor..........Philip C. Pack Regular girls' glee club practice
es Editor ......Mildred C. Mighell will be held at 4:30 o'clock Tuesday
i Eior....Margaret H. Cooley
cy Editor......Albert E. Horne, Jr. afternoon in Sarah Caswell Angell
Makinson......Advertising Manager hall.
ti; Cholette.....Publication Manager
d WohL ......Circulation Manager
R. Smith........Credit Manager 300 MEN ATTEND REGIMENTAL
Hi. Le~evre .....Office Manager
worth Robinson.. Subscription Manager SMOKER, AT MICHIGAN UNION
NIGHT EDITORS
t G. Wilson Clarence L. Roeser
Mark K. Ehlbert More than 300 men of the second
REPORTERS regiment, officers' reserve corps, gath-
W.Winerman Edgar L. Rice
Barnes JE R. McAlpine ered yesterday afternoon at the regi-
t. Ois, Jr Pau A. Shnkman
Campbell Vera Brown mental smoker held at the Union.
I C. Bromley K. Frances Handibr. Returns of the Pennsylvania game
Eugene Given
were received by direct wire and were
StorrerUSINESSST le E. Gates announced play by play. Despite the
A. Leitzinger Harry D. Hause depressed spirits of those present ov-
S. Baid Lambert Hirsheimer
Frank N. Gaethke er the unexpected outcome of the
game, cheers were frequently given
for the team and for individual play-
ers.
Musical selections were given by an
N'DAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1917. amateur orchestra composed of mem-
"lt E~dItor-C. iM. Caffipbei bers of the second regiment. There
were no speeches made, as was pre-
MICHIGANS DEFEAT viously planned. Mason. L. Lyons,
'19M, acted as chairman.
higan was defeated by Pennsyl-
yesterday, 16-0. 23 Women Working Among Patients
at's the way it will read in the I Twenty-three women are now act-
papers; that's the way it will go aively engaged in social service work
in the annals of football. And at the University hospital. This work
ips that's the way the majority is under the auspices of the Women's
chigan fans will remember it,-a league and Y. W. C. A. and is volun-
defeat. tary service. The duties of the work-
: there are always two ways to ers are school teaching, industrial
at defeat. One way is the usual work, Sunday school teaching, and
even with Michigan students. story telling. In the adults ward
is the way the fan will look at it they are shopping for the patients,
ourses the players, wants to dis- reading aloud to them, and doing in-
e the coach, and credits it all up dustrial and library work.
o gain and loss sheet of another
Women Entertain Hospital Children
I then there is the other way of Kiddies at the University hospital
igdde attdefeat.iThatistthehattitud
g at defeat. That is the attitude will not miss a real Thanksgiving din-
'renCh took in 1914, when the ner. The social service workers un-
a f te ma aourtilleye wci der the supervision of the Women's
I and when the crushing of the league and theY. W. C. A. have plan-
le of the nation meant worse thaned a musical program to be given af-
Sheationteanpirtworthanweterthe dinner. The talent will be
t. That is the spirit that we funished by the University School
have, we loyal Michigan students,'f Music.
we meet the Northwestern eleven ofMusic.
anston next Saturday. With that
, It will matter very little which
is accorded the victory..
LEADING IN THOUGHT
ever it list is madTHofUthe Ameri-
who have volunteered their ser-
vr a is.t is+. ma- o ,f th A m

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Huron and Division Sta.

10:30 A. M.
Leonard

Address by
A. Barrett I

Unitarian Church
State and Huron Streets
10:30-The Doctrine of Evolution and
the Idea of God. Address by Rev.
R. S. Loring.
6:30-Reminiscences of Michigan. Ad-
dress by Prof. J. W. Langley, before
the Students' Society. The public is
invited.

(THEME-Thirty Pieces of Silver
Students Cordially Welcomed
ANNOUNCE MILITARY
ATHLETIC SCHEDULE

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH I

STATE ST.

WAHR'IS

MAIN ST.

SUNDAY, 10:30 A.M.

PROGRAM
RANK;

APPLIES TO FRONT
REAR RANK TO USE
GYMNASIUl

"The Passing of the Kings"
Sermon by Mr. Douglas

Schedule number five, consisting of
athletic events on Ferry field, for'
Lieut. George C. Mullen's military
cadets, under the direction of Dr.
George A. May, physical director of
Waterman gymnasium, has just been
issued for the ensuing week.
The program applies to the front
rank of all the companies in the two
regiments. The corresponding rear
rank of the companies will undertake
athletic and gymnasium apparatus ex-
ercises in the gymnasium on the days
these athletic events take place on
Ferry field.
Free Wuirei to Come Once a Week
Freshmen have been instructed to
come but once a week, and do double
time, instead of one half an hour each
period, because of the congestion of
men which would otherwise result.
A complete schedule for freshmen
gymnasium classes will be published
later.
The name of the athletic assistant
of each company for the different ath-
letic events, appears immediately aft-
er the name of the company in the fol-
lowing program:
Change One, Schedule Five
Monday, change number one, first
regiment: company A, Lilley, wall
scaling, 4:10 o'clock, broad jump, 4:40
o'clock; company B, Rankin, relay 4:10
o'clock, football, 4:40 o'clock; com-
pany C, Pollock, shot put, 4:10 o'clock
high jump, 4:40 o'clock; company D,
Stevens, broad- jump, 4:10 o'clock, wall
scaling, 4:40 o'clock; company E, Ash-
bolt, high jump, 4:10 o'clock, shot put,
4:40 o'clock; company F, Doty, foot-
ball, 4:10 o'clock, relay, 4:40 o'clock.
The football games and relays are
contests between the companies.
The same athletic events. used for
the six companies of the first regiment
on Monday, will be given to the first
six companies of the second regiment
on Tuesday, change number two; the
last six companies of the first regiment
on Thursday, change number three,
and the last six companies of the sec-
ond regiment on Friday, change num-
ber four.

Other Athletic Assistants
The athletic assistants for the re-
maining companies -are as follows-
First regiment, company G, Mack;
company H, Osterman; company I.
Swift; company K, Beardsley; com-
pany L, Kempf; and company M,
Wicks. Second regiment, company A,
Windes; company B, Pear; company C,
McDuffie; company D, Laurie; com-
pany E, Haidler; company F, Keckey;
company G, Chipman; company H,
Boonstra; company I, Lambert; com-
pany K, Slaughter; company L, Cook;
end company M, Beach.
A complete schedule affecting both
the upper and underclassmen, when
the weather is unfavorable for sev-
eral days: at a time, is being drawn
up and will be announced later.
Michigan Should Use Service Flags
More extensive use of the service
flags throughout Michigan is being
urged by the Women's defense com-
mittee.
Hundreds of homes in the state are
sending from one to six men to serve
their country. One of the flags of
red, white and blue, with a star for
each man from the home who is in
service, is desirable.
U. of M. Jewelry. J. L. Chapman's
is tne place. 113 S. Main.-Adv.

ENGINEERING TOOLS
ALARM CLOCKS
ELECTRIC SUPPLIES
SWITZERS
ST A TE ST RE ET H ARDWAR E

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SPECIAL This week only

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

S'SBOOK
SHOP
PHONE 430

Place Autosnatic Locks On Doors
Automatic emergency door release
locks are being placed upon the
doors of several of the older buildings
on the campus.
The exits of the new buildings are
all equipped with the automatic locks,
but many doors of the older struc-
tures swing inward and have knob
locks. These are being replaced with
the kind that unlock the doors when
any pressure is placed upon them.
In case of fire, there will be no con-
gestion when the students leave the
building after the new locks are at-
tached.

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Your Old Saf et
lRazor Btedes
Bring them here to be sharpened.
Satisfaction guaranteed. HAND WORK.
Each blade separately honed and hair-
tested. Double edge 35o per doz.
Single edge 25o per doz. .
QUARRY DRUG CO'S
PRESCRIPTION STORE
Phone 308
Cor. State and University
We have both the inclination and
the equipment to furnish the
best in banking service
The Ann Arbor Sayings ank
INcORPORATED 1869
Capital and Surplus $ 500,000.00
Resources . . . $4,000,000.00
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Huron Streets
707 North .University Avenue

CANOEISTS, ATTENTION!
This will urobably be your last chance to do any Canoeing on the
Huron this year.
The Private Canoe Houses will be closed for the season as soon as
the weather changes. As this is liable to hanen at any time now,
Canoe Owners are requested to come down and take care of their
canoes, etc., today.

SAUNDERS' CANOE LIVERY

y Theat Friday

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s To, mexr country at war, it wim

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be found that no calling, profession,
or business can show a higher per-
centage than the press of the nation.
The large city dailies with their tre-
mendous circulations, and the small
local weeklies that penetrate into the
humblest homes of the dwellers in
villages and on farms alike are devot-
ing their talents, energies, and space
to the case of the government.
All of this is as it should be. The
press of the land normally thinks in
advance of the public whom it serves.
The papers were merely thinking
too far in advapce of the masses, and
the people will recognize tneir assiniti
in a year or two. The world of
journalism has seen the call for unpre-
cedent giving in our present crisis.
It will soon be clear to all of us
that the winning of the war occasions
a sacrifice from all of us. If there is
any one who has not felt the cuts of
war even already, he may know that
he is playing the part of the slacker.
-Daily Iowan.
Vladimir Illitch Ulianov gave a good
argument in favor of simplified spell-
ing by changing his name to Nikolai
Lenine.
The Russian Cossack is coming into
prominence again.
Y. M. C. A. can also read You May
Come Again.
Is the clock in University hall a
decoration or a relic?
Sammie wants to know what YOUR
friendship is worth. Dig deep for that
war fund and show him.

Direct from its Triumphant 3 Months Run in Chicago

DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(I~fective May 22, 1917)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars--"7:35 a.
in., 8:1o a. in., and hourly to 7:xo p. in., 9:10
p. ni.
Kalamazoo Limited Cars-8:48 a. in. and
every two hours to 6:48 n. m.; to Lansing,
8 :48 p. m.
Jackson Express Cars .local stops west of
Ann Arbor)-9:48 a. in. and every two hours
to 7:48 p. mn.
Local Cars East Bound--5 :35 a. in.. 6:40
a. in., 7:o5 a. in. and every two hours to 7 o5
p. in.. 8:05 P. in.. 9:05 p. in., ro.50 p. in.
To Ypsilanti only, 9:2o a. in., 9:5o a in.,
2:05 m' x.. 6:o5 P. im. 9:45 P. im, it45 p. in..
12 :20 a. mn., r :t a. in.. Y :20 a. in. ro S'aline,
change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars west Bound- :05 a. Tn..7:48
a. mn., 10:20 p. in..,r12:20 a. Tn.
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Prices: 25c to $2.00 and the Additional War Tax Demanded by the Government. Seats on Sale Wednes-
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