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month, on his individual account, is
-- $1.50, As the banks' profits come
through the loaning of money, the stu-
credit dent business is seldom profitable and
news
is usually a nuisance.
.ty of If we were to offer two pieces of ad-
except vice in regard to checking accounts
they would be as follows:
bor as When you find it necessary to writ
Sub- a check against your account, avoid
> writing it for odd cents; this will sav-
, 960; the teller much labor in totalling his
balance.
words
ub-p . If you cannot keep a balance in the
of the bank at the end. of the month that
Arbor
west will pay the bank for handling your
e the money, at least see that you do nc
overdraw your account.
e~ditor
nager It wasn't a case of Michigan not
Carey fighting, Penn was -fighting mad.
k, Jr.
n, Jr--
waney Northwestern-the ultimate objec-
M1illar
acl tive.
[ighell -
Cooley Now that Chicago won't fight we'll
---. have to make up for two games at
Evanston.
anager
anager
anager
anager England is handlinfg the German

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ines nicely. France is check-
advances in the air. What is
the Americans is to sweep
hes off the earth.

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Regular Girls' glee club practice at'
4:30 o'clock this afternoon.I
The third hygiene lecture for fresh-I
men and entering sophomores will be
delivered at- 4:30 o'clock this after-
noon at Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Dr. Eloise Walker of the University)
health service will $peak.
Dean Myra B. Jordan will not be at
home to University women today, be-
cause of illness.
Women who care to attend the
Northwestern game next Saturday may
make arrangements at the Union for
compartments for groups of four. In
case 35 girls signify their intention
cf going, a special car will be secured
from the Michigan Central railway.
The vocational conference commit-
tee of the Women's league will meet
'at 4:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
with Dean Myra B. Jordan, 1215 Hill
street.
The judiciary council of the Won-
en's league will meet at 11:30 tomor-
row at Newberry hall.
Point system statistics .should be
turned in to Sue Verlenden, '20, 1205
Hill street
At the regular Women's league party
Friday afternoon, Dean Matthews of
Wisconsin, and Miss Esther Braley of'
Kalamazoo Normal, will speak on war
work for women and on the recon-
struction work in France.
SYMPhONY ORChESTRA TO GIVE
TWIIJWIT CONCERT THURSDAY
Under the leadership of Samuel)
Pierson Lockwood, the University
symphony orchestra will give a com-
plimentary concert at 4 o'clock Thurs-
day afternoon, in Hill auditorium. It
is one of the regular series of twi-
light recitals.
The numbers on the program are:
Symphony No. 1, C major, Op. 21
.Beethoven
Adagio molto-allegro con brio.
Andante cantabile con moto.
Menutto (allegro molto e vivace).
Adagio-allegro molto e vivace.
Concertstuck, Op. 79...........Weber
March from "Lenore" Symphony.Raff
Fantasia on Motifs from Beethoven's
"Ruins of Athens..... .Liszt
Mr. Albert Lockwood, pianist, will
be soloist.
Next season the war gardeners may
work evenings with the aid of a light
invented for that purpose by a New
Orleans electric company.

DECLARE ASSOCIATION
TO UNITED STATES
BUlL1)IN MEN,

Hoover voices his indignation
against rice throwing at marriages.
Perhaps coal or some other highly
prized substitute would be better.

N. C. Fetter, Secretary of University
Y. M.C. A.,
Dear Mr. Fetter: We, the under-
signed University of Michigan men, de-
sire to express our appreciation for
the great work which the Y. M. C. A.
has undertaken and is now doing for
the men in Uncle Sam's army.
The "Y" has assisted and is assist-
ing the governmentt in developing a
vast national army for the preserva-
tion of all that is good in liberty and
equality.
The "Y," by fostering, and conduct-
ing various athletic and educational
programs is aiding the government in
developing an army physically strong
which is necessary to resist the dis-
eases and hardships of the war.
The "Y" has made and is making the
morale of- the men by conducting an
educational campaign which starts
with the home. The first sign we saw
upon entering the "Y" building was
"Don't forget to write mother." As
another part of the educational pro-
gram, the "Y" is conducting a sold-
ier library and a reading room, where
papers from all over the state are
kept. In furtherance of the campaign
the "Y" has furnished and is furn-
ishing the men with paper, pen and
ink free of charge.
By conducting services every Sun-
day and by co-urses of lectures, the "Y"
is looking after the moral, spiritual,
and religious side of the men.
As recipients of the above kind-
nesses, we commend and praise the
great work of the Y. M. C. A. to our
friends and acquaintances and assure
them that the money given will be,
well placed..l
Signed: W. C. Palmer, '19L; J. C.
Geniesse, '1 E; Wallace F. Watt, ex-
'17; W. 0. Walford, '20; J. D. Ballard,
'18E;' M. I. Mactregor. '1914; G. R."
Backus, '16E; G. P. Gorman, 14; Mar-
tin S. Henley, '18E; Bernard E. Haw-
kins, '17; E. R. Seavolt, '18E, .of Co.
A, 328th M. G. Bn.
Zoological Club Will Meet Tonight
The Zoological Journal club will
meet at 7 o'clock this evening in
room 231 Natural Science building.
Prof. Jacob E. Rieghhard will read a
paper on the recent work by Longley
on the colors of coral reef fishes, and
Mr. Blanchard will report on "Mac In-
doo's Paper on Recognition in Insects."

This year's

STATE ST.

THE EBER BACH & SON

200-204 EAST LIBERTY STREET

Chemicals

Laboratory Supplies

Drugs and Toilet Specialties

GREAT AID
WORK OF

SPECIAL This week oniy

Greeting C

samptes are unusually good-ask
and t:eve your order NOW
WAHR5

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

E. Gates
D. Hause
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20, 1917.

,s and

1 in Phil-
"food will
it," which
only what

Down in Philly they said that quar-
terback Bell was not only happy after
the game, but wealthy as well.
Whether luxury or necessity, if a
sweater will comfort a Sammy send it
to him.
NATIONAL SECRETARY TO SPEAK
ON WOMEN'S WORK IN WAR
"Women's War Work" is the subject
of an address to be given by Miss
Anna Pyott, national Y. W. C. A. sec-
retary, at .8 o'cl'ck tomorrow night
in the Presbyterian church. Miss
Pyott has been actively engaged in
national Y. W. C. A. war relief work
for several years.
The government has placed .ertain
phases of the war work in the hands
of the Y. W. C. A., and for this pur-
puse the association is working to
raise at least $4,000,000. One million
of this amount is to go toward estab-
lishing canteens;'cafeterias, and indus-
trial clubs for the girl munition work-
ers of France and Russia, also to es-
tablish social centers for the Ameri-
cannurses in service in-the base hos-
pitals in France.
Women Make Better Tires Than Men'
The average woman does better-
work on tires than the average man in
the opinion of L. J. Gilchrist, indus-
trial manager of the Morgan and
Wright company of Detroit.
He thinks that women are the only
solution to the labor problem that is
bound to come if the war continues.
One hundred seventy-five women are
now employed in the Wright fac-
tory. They are required to wear
overalls at their work and most
of them wear the costumes to and
from the factory covered by a skirt
or long coat.

The club meets the first and third
Tuesdays of every month and all in-
terested are invited to attend.

We have both the
the equipment to
best in bankit
The Ann Arbor S

STERi'' BOOK
SHOP
PHONE 430

Shoes repaired while you wait.
G. Andres, 222 S. State St.-Adv.

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ritten upon what
the allies. Af-
>lumes will be
id win the war.
food will play a
of Philadelphia's
nd hotels, cards
vey information
ler advises that
hat it should not
>ads all over the
ng as many lux-
fare. Meatless
ve been adopted
Lrant, large and
lived up to by
r their patrons
ch is the spirit

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DETROIT UNITED LINE
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and J
(Effective May 22, 1917)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars
in., 8:1o a. ,m., and hourly to 7:1o p.
p). mn.
Kalamazoo Limited Cars-8::48 a
every two hours to 6:48 0. .; to
8:48 p. in.
Jackson Express Cars ;local stops
Ann Arbor)- -9:48 a. m. and evezy I
-to 7:48 p.,in.
Local Cars East Bound --;:35 a.
a. in., 7:05 a. im. and evry two hoar
p. mn.. 8:o5 p. M-., 9:05 p. In., 10:
To Ypsilanti only, 9:20 a. in.. :
2:o5 . m..6:o5 p.-m. 9:45 p. m. 11
12:20 a. In.. 1-:roa. M.. 1:20 a. 11.
change at Ypsilanti. -
Local Cars West Bound-6 :o5 a.
a. m.. 10:20 p. M., 12:20 a. m.
CourtCail
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Tasty Steaks, Chc
REGULAR D I N N E R D
Q, U I C K S E RVI
AND THE B E.S T OF F
Special Sunday Chicken Dinners
108 EAST. HURON STi
Do You Know that the
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FRIDAY, NOV. 23, 1917
Music by "Ike" Fisher's
Bannjorine-Saxaphone -Sextet

[DENT CHECKING
COUNTS
student. He toils a
hen the occasion de-
ntains a bank balance
chronic sinking spells.
tth respect to cash in
lected by poverty, af-
aonsibility, singly or in
one bank, handling
ig accounts, sums up
his financial matters.
Arbor, the situation is
ime as in every other
i the country. Daily
oubled with overdrafts
ks which are written
hich might very well
I in currency. It is
>ank pays no interest
king deposits, but nev-
urtesyaand care they
taking care of student
great labor, expense,
student lives "from
His expenses are not
week or the year, but
His dealings with the
ted by the month. In
e bank handling stu-
ecounts, fully one-half
ts were overdrawn by
month. No bank can
pore than its minimum
preceding month. For
udent has $1.50 to his
id of the month--and

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Tickets at Busy Bee and at Door

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For FRATERNITY Men

A new military
overcoat
Wear it on cool days this
fall or on rainy days.
Hart Schaffner

has one of the
Gandy Stores it

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109 S.
every

HAVE YOU MET
MURREY ?

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

will
and
best

Your,
ing need

Several variations for men
and young nen.
Reule-Conlin-
Fiegel Co.
The big store it the south-
east corner Main and Wash-
ington Streets-downtown.

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101-105 So. Main

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