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November 21, 1917 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1917-11-21

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IbPJUL W|I! UUUIUIL.
COUNCIL ON POINT OF GRANTING
REQUEST WHEN COMPANIES
TAKE ACTION
Because the taxicab companies of
Ann Arbor charged rates for their ser-
vices in excess of the rates provided
by a city ordinance, action on the part
of the council in the formation of a
new ordinance has been delayed.
In a letter to the council at Mon-
day night's session, the ordinance com-
mittee stated that they would have
submitted an amendment to the pres-
ent regulations, had it not been that
the taxi companies of the city had
attempted to take the matter into their
own hands and ignore the council. The
letter further declared that the taxi
men had violated the existing ordin-
ance regulating conveyances.
A communication to the council from
the Ann Arbor Taxi company declar-
ed' that the raise in rates was nec-
essary to maintain themselves until
the ordinance increasing the rates
should be passed.
78 CAMP CUSTER RECRUITS
TO RECEIVE BIG SEND-OFF
(Continued from Page One)
ranks they will then march back up
State street to the campus, where they
will be dismissed.
According to plans made by H. S.
Tenney, chairman of the parade,
flags will predominate throughout.
The parade committee has encounter-
ed some difficulty in buying enough
fags to supply everybody with one as
was done in the second Liberty Loan
parade. Mr. Tenney therefore re-
giuests that every marcher supply him-
pelf with a flag in order to meet the
present limited supply.
To Be City's Largest Parade
"This parade will be the largest in
fthe history of this city," said John C.
Fischer, marshal of the parade, eys-
terday. "The entire, population of Ann
Arbor is expected to participate."
,Mayor E. M. Wurster has issued a pro-
clamation calling upon all business
laces and schools to close Thursday
for the duration of the parade in or-
der to give an opportunity for every-
one to take part.
The line of march will be as fol-
lows: From Ann Street to Main
street, to Williams street, then on Wil-
liams to Division street to the Michi-
gan Central depot. Collections to pur
,chase gifts for Washtenaw county boys
at Camp Custer willtbe taken up along
the streets and at the station.
Assembly of Classes
Following is the schedule forthe as-
sembly of classes:
Cadet companies are to lead their
respective classes in the parade Thurs-
day. They will assemble at 8 o'clock
as follows:
Graduate school and seniors meet
on campus driveway, between Natural
Science and Law buildings.
Juniors on west side of campus
driveway between chemistry and Nat-
ural Science buildings.
Sophomores on campus driveway
pastof Law building.
Freshmen on- east side of campus
driveway between Natural Science and
iChemistry buildings.
WILL INSTRUCT WOMEN TO ACT
AS WAR SERVICE REGISTRARS
Preparatory to the registration for
war service of the women of Michigan
the Women's committee (Michigan di-
vision) council of national defense,
has arranged for a series of district

conferences to be held throughout the
state during the next few weeks.
These conferences are to be schools,
of instruction for the purpose of pre-
paring registrars to'conduct the reg-
istration in this state. Dates and
\places have not yet been announced,
,but it is expected that schools will
1e held in Detroit and Grand Rapids.
There will also be one in the neigh-
borhood of Ann Arbor and Jackson,
and two in th9 Upper Peninsula.
Not only work of registration but
also instruction in the giving of pa-
triotic addresses will be afforded at
these meetings.

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LABOR VOTES LOYAL
s ON
Takes Determined Stand Behind .,Na-
tional Afministration

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Pyott lectures
on -"Women's

Buffalo, Nov. 20.-Without a dissent-
ing vote, the American Federation of
Labor today re-affirmed its unswerv-
ing loyalty to the country and a de-
termined stand behind the national ad-
ministration until peace comes.
The pacifist elemeni which yester-
day mustered ,isll minority against
Presi,-nt Gompers' attitude in sup-
port of the war, was silent. The reso-
lution containing the declaration was
reported favorably by the resolutions.
committee. It was sweeping in scope.
H. C. L. Jackson Made First Sergeant
Word was received here last night
that Harold C. L. Jackson, managing
editor of the Michigan Daily last year,
has been appointed a first sergeant.
,Mr. Jackson is in the national army at
Camp Custer, and in addition to the
regular routine has been teaching mil-
itary tactics to the foreigners, and at-
tending a school for non-commission-
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'clock to-
k, as pre- Carey Quits University To Fly
lHarry M. Carey, '19, news editor of
advanced The Michigan Daily for 1917-18, has
4 o'clock resigned from his position on the
z gymnas- staff. Carey recently passed the ex-
- amination for pilot for scout duty in
-the signal corps of the U. S. army. He
S ' will leave school immediately to await
letely out his call.
refore ad-

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You will always .find bargains in
Daily advertisements. Read them.
Use the Daily classified columns.

I hereby agree to contribute to the Students'
Friendship War Fund the sum of .. ... .. ........
Dollars ($......) payable in installments as fol-
lows: $.... .-..... on or before December 5, 1917;
:. . ... on February 15, 1918;... ..... on April
5, 1918.
Checks should be made payable to the local
Treasurer, George W. Dowrie.

Dance at Armory every Saturday
night. 9 to 12.-Adv.

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