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November 18, 1917 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1917-11-18

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUN

Help the Boys Keep Their Grin and Grit
Do your Bit for the Army ."Y"

Contributed by Malcolm the Tailor

PROFESSORS TO START
THIRD LOAN AM GN
WILL TOUR STATE IN ADVANCE
DRIVE FOR NEXT ISSUE OF
LIBERTY LOAN BONDS
Professors W. A. Frayer, W. H.
Hobbs, J. W. Scholl, E. R. Turner, and
C. H. Van Tyne will give addresses
in towns throughout the state from
now until the time of the next issue
of Liberty Loan bonds.
These lectures are to aid the cam-
paign of the bureau of patriotism to
educate the public for the third loan
drive. Besides public addresses, cir-
culatio'n of literature and personal so'-
icitation will figure in the campaign.
Both addresses and pamphlets will
treat on all phases of the country's
relation to the war.
CAMP CUSTER SOLDIERS AID
"Y" IN WAR FUND CAMPAIGN
Battle Creek, Nov. 17.-Camp Cus-
ter boys have aided the work of the
Y. M. C. A. in its fund raising cam-
paign to such an extent that Michigan
will probably over-subscribe her quo-
ta. Letters written back home gave
the much needed impetus to the "Y"
campaign, which is especially noted
in the smaller towns, according to A.
L. Parker, camp secretary, who has
just returned from a trip through the
state.
Women Turn $16.25 Over to Red Cross
At the meeting of the board of di-
rectors of the Women's league yester-
day it was determined that the $16.25
derived from the sale of unredeemed
gymnasium clothing should be turned
over to Jean Maclennan, '19, for Red
Cross work.

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3 o'clock-Jewish Student society
meets in Lane hall.
4 o'clock-Bible class meets at 444
South State street.
6:30 o'clock-"Y" campaign work-
ers meet in Lane hall.
6:45 o'clock-Jewish students' con-
gregation meets in Newberry hall.
7:30 o'clock-Harris F. Rall lectures
in Methodist church on "Faith and
War."
8 o'clock-Prof. I. L. Sharfman
speaks to Menorah society in Newber-
ry hall.
U-NOTICES
Sophomores are needed on the ed-
itorial staff of the Michiganensian. All
tryouts should report between 1:30
and 3:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
at thebMichiganensian offices in the
Press building.
MICHIGAN NATIONAL GUARD
TO BE CARED FOR BY WOMEN
Thirty-second Regiment To Receive
Knitted Garments and
Food
Special attention in the matter of
comforts and good things to eat, is
being paid the members of the Thirty-
second regiment of the Michigan
national guard by the Women's com-
mittee (Michigan division) council of
national defense.
The Grand -Rapids unit proposes to
give the entire sum of $2,411, which
it netted from feeding the troops while
mobilizing, for a mess fund for the
companies of the regiment. The mat-
ter of determining how this can be
done now that the regiment has been
absorbed by the national army has
been taken up with Gen. Louis C. Cov-
ell at Camp MacArthur, Waco, Texas.
Members of the Kalamazoo unit are
shipping 150 glasses of jelly for the
Thanksgiving dinner of the members
of Company C. Sweaters are also be-
ing knitted especially for the boys at
Waco.
There is always an opportunity to
increase your business through Daily
advertising. Try it.-Adv.

ARCADE JEWELER

Phone 152-W

NICKELS ARCADE

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FULPER
The Pottery of Exclusive Design and Exquisite Colorings.
A complete line at the
Arcade Floral Shop

Text-Books and Supplies
For all Courses
WE SUPPLY EVERY STUDENTS' NEED
Sheehan & Co.
Ann Arbor Detroit

Coal is scarce and hard to get these days-your room
may be cooler than you like, so that studying is none too
comfortable.
The ELECTRIC HEATER is just the thing to take
the chill off; no fumes nor ashes, just connect to a lamp socket
and the heat is there.
Then too, the cost is not so much as you thought and it
is really quite cheap to operate.

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els Arcade

Phone 600

ecreaton makes for efficiency. Lyndon's for Eastman Kodaks and
try to treat you right." Hus- Films. Open Sunday from 9:30 to
Bros.-Adv. 4 30 only.-Adv.

ronise Our Advertisers.-Adv.

Patronize Our Advertisers.-Adv.

ENGINEERS You can make it in one jump- WHERE? .i
to the only

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Students'

Supply

Store

DETROIT EDISON CO.

Log Log slide rules, tracing cloth, drawing and blue print paper.

Main and William Sts.

Ann Arbor, Mich.

I1111 S. Univ.

Home of the con-proof Blue-books

Phone 1160-R

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November 22nd

Hill Auditorium

8 o'clock

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Can lend your support by
getting your tickets early!

Everything new
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Ticket Sale

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