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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1917.

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CAUGHT LIKE RATS BI1DS78 RECRUITS
Reach French Port Safely
Were Asleep In Quarters When Their Cap-JisBsnsmni ae
Ship Was Cut in Two by A French Port, Nov. 22.-American I out On deck, donning their life belts well Parade for Custer
Transport troops arriving in the latest trans- as they ran. It was only a collision, 11on1
ports to reach here, had the excite- Ihowever, in which one transport was
I (By Associated Press) ment of their lives during the trip slightly damaged, while the other had Flurries of snow and a biting wind
Washington, Nov. 22.-Three officers through the submarine zone. One a small hole torn in her bow, and a had no power to dampen the spirits
thrill followed the other, and the men few projecting guns damaged. Tem- of the marchers and spectators that
and 18 men who were lost when the consider themselves fortunate in hay- porary repairs were made and the gathered yesterday in a patriotic par-
American destroyer Chauncey was ing come into port without mishap., fleet continued on its way. The fol- ade to bid farewell to the 78 -men who
k Monday were sound asleep in The first night in the zone, all ships lowing night a submarine attacked left for national army service at Camp
their arters at the time of 'the dis-were running without lights, when one of the transports. The wake of a Custer.
suddenly the stillness of the night was torpedo was seen off the bow, but the The true significance of the demon-
aster, and d no opportunity to make rudely broken by shouts coming from German was invisible. The transports stration was felt when the long line
their escape. navy department two of the vessels. Ever mindful of put on full speed ahead and succeeded march that extended for several
was advised today th e Chauncey the submarine peril, the men rushed in reaching port yesterday. broke apart into two s upon
was cut in two by the transp ose reaching the Michi tral depot,
which she was convoying. Both ves- and the select marched through
sels were running through the war the r., wring upon their should-
zone-without lights. The forward part N ags of the country they were
of the wreck remained floating for i i - going to fight for.
nearly an hour, enabling the Rose to Campus Sends Many
rescue the 70 officers and men in that FORI . . INL The University joined hands with
part of -- the city in preparations for the parade.
The Rose was inot identified by naval Only $900 Needed To Complete Big Outnumbered, Block Invaders March At 8:15 o'clock the University band,
officers here today, there being no rec- Drive For Benefit of and Drive Huns Back with army stores men, faculty, and student
ord of an American transport of that Nedy Soldiers Cold Steel of the various classes nmrdied off the
name.,* .--campus dow State atreet and over
name. UNIVERSITY'S $25,000 QUOTA HOLD GROUND NEAR BRENTA Washington street to the court house,
MAY BE PASSED WITHIN DAY RIVER AFTER FIERCE BATTLE where they took the lead in the par-
Women Establshh ade
t After Long Delay Students Begin To Germans Break Through at One Point, Behind the students came Otto's
.Ten o'Clock uie .Realize Vlue of But Line Is Re-established band, the city qffial and citizens, a
Work Farther Back Boy scout troop, the Saline hand, and
v Tine To Be Extended On Friday and the postmn. The selected ten
S tudayiThe University Student Friendship (By Associated Press) brought u the rear of the parade,
d Earle war fund passed the $24,103.79 mark Headquarters of the Italian Army in Shool Children Cheer Men
End Earlier ht The total for yesterday Northern Italy, Nov. 22.-Genera1 Rob- As the prade wound down Main
lastne ilant's fourth Italian army is meeting street and up William and Division,
Women's houses will close at 10 o'- was $1,280.60, the full force of the tremendous drive groups of school children greeted the
clock. The agreement of more than The amount still needed to fill the enemy has concentrated between recruits with cheers and waving of
three-fourths of the league houses and Michigan's quota is $909, It is thought the Piave and Brenta rivers. The flags Al l rg the line of march,
1 sororities by virtue of a ruling of the that the campaign will close Saturday most intense action is being experienc- the procession was broken by' people
e committee on student affairs, makes night with the complete quota, $2,0o, ed, with attacks following in rapid who rushed out to wring the bands of
c itatd f ,mksuccession. The enemy forces out- their departing friends,
the plan binding on al women's ns- b dnumbering the Italians three to two, Prof. Grover ,. Gismore of the Law
es. On Friday and1 Saturday nights Fund Will Be Oversubscribed but the defenders are making a vali- school, wh was among the selected
the time will be extended to 10:30. "We are confident that the fund will ant stand, and bid fair to check the men, received a tremendous outburst
Both dormitories and a large num- be oversubscribed," declared one of invaders completely. Reports early in of applause from the students.
sber of league houses and sororlelesthdaweeig a
s hae agreed to begin their dances at the committeemen who is acting exec- the day were highly satisfactory, The Christmas Fund Collected
have ggmain fighting ground is farther north Throughout the course of the parade
f8 and end them at 11 o'clock except utive during the absence of N. C. Fet- on the enemy's positions, although at and at the station, collections were
by special 'permission. ter, secretary of the drive in the Uni-
versity. "The reports are slow:in one point in the foothills of Monte taken up among the spectators to pro-
SEcoming in but within 24 hours, at least Fontana the Roman line was broken, vide Christmas gifts for Washtenaw
EEPA RIANS SIENLY an appreciable decrease in the amount I compelling a reformaton a little farth- county boys at Camp Custer. The con-
r EEP RUSSIANS STIRRED- UP left to be obtained will be, seen. er back, tributions totaled more than $235,
r In other parts the tide of victory The organization of the parade was
ceWashington, Nov. 22. A message re- One , os oing to ic fluctuates, first one then the other hav- due to the efforts of the committee
tt ceived from Ambassador Francis at n ,h g tCing the advantage only to lose it again, composed of city business men, and
Petrograd states that Grmanprop-decided not to go, and gave his These attacks and counter attacks are several members of the faculty. Mr.
.1 gandists are open in their activity i atwou dhave enthused In wh imarked by the bloodiest fighting. The H, B. Tenney was chairman of the
y keeping affairs unsettled in the Russ- that he had not been approached by enemy reserves came forward for three committee. Mr. John C. Fiaber acted
Ian capital. The dispatch was dated solicitors, appeared with his check for successive attacks, and were driven as marshal.
1 Nov. 20, and reported that all Am- fund headquarters yester. back each time at the point of the bay- - -
ericans in Petrograd and Moscow wer- day. One coupon which was publish- onet,. , FASTER AND LARGER SHIPS
safe, and that those in Moscow had de- ed in the Michigan Daily two days Ground Covered with Dead EXPECTED AS RESULT OF WAR
e ided to remain, ago, was returned with a check for $75 Just west of the main" field of ac-
- attached. tion the Italian first army rushed London, Nov. 22.-War ships will be
l Shortage of Pennies Becomes Serious "It has taken the campaign a long the enemy positions near the Brenta larger and faster after the war ac-
r Washington, Nov. 22.-Reports that time to reach the point where a con- river, and in two attacks and counter cording to an article by a British nav-
- the shortage of one-cent pieces had clusion looms probable," said Mr. N. attacks held the occupied ground al expert in a recent number of the
e caused clearing houses In several east- C. Fetter,. recently, "but we are not hich was covered with enemy corpses. Times,
ern and middle-western cities *to de- worrying. The campaign will go -Larger liners will attain a speed of
termine to issue paper script locally through and in good shape, the com- Auto Licenses Must Be Secured Early from 40 to. 45 knots an hour, and the
instead of pennies' have reached the mittee believe," Lansing, Nov, 22.-Automobile own- type of ships in general will be great-
treasury. They were met by an imme er of Michigan are urged by the de- ly improved. The writer also states
diate effort to ship more small coins Discovers Remedy for Pear-blight partment of state to enter their ap- that, if oil engines could be perfected
r te erpd plications for motor licenses as soon to meet the requirements in high-
Fe Chillion pennies were started Toko, Nov. 22.-It is reported that as possible in order to minimize the speed ships a distinct advance in nav-
ftr Chicago to relieve the shortage in Dr. F. C. Reimer, Americauomologe rsh of business around Jan. 1, This al-craft would be brought about.
the middle-west. The movement of nddplea applies also to owners of trucks
[ small coins will continue through De- periment station In Oregon has d-otoryellelesofall kinds, on Snow and Sleet Greet NeCster Men
covered a probable remedy for pear- anoo eilso l ido nwadSet~~tNwCse e
,eember to accomodate the holiday which there is a tax. Battle Creek, Mich., Nov. 22.-In a
' shipping demands in the big cities.r, bligh.*
,e htogJapanhebout.a I The secretary of state said today he driving storm of snow and sleet, more
HoldAnnalPris etlg Toy m n haset hs te expects the number ,of licenses next than 1,100 selects from Michigan and
e HoAarriigTag t vriety of year to exceed that of this year. He Wisconsin arrived at Camp Custer to-
y On account of the meeting of the searching for a primi ivi 'ar s preparing for an excess of work day to become soldiers in the nation-
' Farmers' Thanksgiving festival of pear which woldb immnet ight. in his offlce and is employing extra al army. Among them were boys from
of Washtenaw county, which will be It is stated th th is d ore clerks to handle it, . Washtenaw, Monroe, Wayne, Lenawee,
held this afternoon in the Presbyter- near Yokka chi. The p t- and Ingiham counties.
- an church, the annual praise meeting and not used for fruit but by gra.t' Voters Defeat Sckool Improvements One hundred men familiar with for-
-of the missionary society of the church ing it is hoped that it can be used to Ann Arbor tax payers, at a special estry work, left here today for an
will be held at 2:30 o'clock this after- counteract the blight, election yesterday afternoon, defeated eastern city to join a regiment of eng-

e noon at the residence of Mrs. L. A. the proposal to borrow $70,000 for ineers.;
- Barrett, 324 South Division street. University Club To Entertain Deans erecting an additional unit to the Eb-
g .. The administrative heads of the erbach school. Th ballot was 628 to Kerensky Soldiers Throw Down Arms
British Forces Holding Gains summer school will be guests of the 136. Copenhagen, Nov. 22.-Premier Ker-
e London, Nov. 21.-Reuter's gorre- University club at a smoker to be ensky's troops have surrendered, ac-
d spondent at British army headquar- held at 0 'glocl tonight in the club AmerIegti Mission Arrives in Paris cording to official report from the Bol-
ters reports that all the British gains room at Alumni Memorial hall Paris, Nov. 22.-Colonel Edward M. sheviki press agency received today
are being held and that the prisoners Members and officialg of the club House, and the members of the Amer- from Haparanda. The Unkranian gov-
to taken in the advance now number will have opportunitY to meet the vis- ican mission which he heads, arrived ernment has sent an army of 150,000
o more than ,09, itprs, in Paris from England tonight, men against General Kaledines.
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t GERMAN CONSPIRAOY TO PILLAGE A wild atruggle in the darkness the announcement tha a number of
rt CAMPUIS PUSLICATIONM LAID BARE ensued, during the course of which the Gargoyles were to be taken to
twenty-five shots were fired, two the Northwestern game, and the
t- Because the University of Mich- J. Smith, the pressman, descending taking effect in Smith and the rest German, sympathizers, who had
igan has fostered the publication from his perch, descried several in his fellow workmen. baen in the habit of sending the
of a magazine which appeals to a dark fprms luriqng in the shadows .The Teutons were at last foiled humor publication to the Huns in
it universal sense of humor, two em of the re . in their attempted robbery by the . great quantities in order to keep up.
ployees of the Ann Arbor Press lie Mr. Smith switched off the lights' arrival on the scene of Police Lieu- their spirits in the losing fight,
e on the point of death and a third is preparatory to departure, when tenant G. Gracions. They escaped feared the lessened supply would
r so badly injuredthat it is feared he suddenly he felt himself in the, from a rear window uninjured, al- not, admit them to do this with re-
powerful1 t grip of t tcunevvrare number. He

BATTLI
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LUMBERING
INFAN'.
SARO©UN
many B'ody
Xers;Com
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British A:
France, Nov.
whelming sur
ing magnifice:
horde along t
denburg line.
ing British tr
way forward'
than three u
sweeping ever;
airy, hundred
infantry are
wood, the .
which doina
cuding amb
Wide
In the regl
the left, the
successfully,
has been, pus
able distance
salient which
into, the enen
southwest of
around Bullec
cess, and mor
captured here
fened, followi
surprise, a d
fighting has I
points. The
are fighting
ation, and co:
ter of hours,.
is steadily inc
were in Briti
the stream to
line is contini
Kakt
The Britis
issued late th
successful co
tured area in
with the exc
Fontaine Not
taken by the
tack.
CONCRETEF
SUBJE
Washingto
concrete piv
less baffling
result of a s
causes receni
Ists in the o
of the Unite
agriculture.
Observing
sion and con
wetting and'
ords were m
moisture and
under variou
proof coverim
was learned,

in moisture
tards the exp
Other imi
should be of
ers, especiall
contained in
investigations
partment of
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* The enti:
* the NorthR
* Red 011it. h

AssI
rm:
22.-
pri
nt i

This morn
oops were b
with irresti
miles west

>er, a "Joyfu
ington's Mean
: some of the
,s received ac

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e Festiva
leave fo
and stu
and to giv

PA
CT

YLE OUT
erence Numbe
lumorous Bits

te the difficulty in getting sat
y engraving, the work done o
er of the November Gargoyle
,ppears on the campu's today
to be an exceptional bit o
olor process work. "Th
rs," showing t w o statel
on their way to the gam
ke a vivid splash of color it
te street shop windows.
est of the humor book is re
o be in keeping with the ex
nd continues to treat in rath
than its facetious fashion the
foibles and follies of the cam
>resisting still in regardin
rnder as a rival for honors i
d of humor publications, th
e does not hesitate to criticiz
ely the literary magazine an
sonnel of its staff.
in the majority of instance
tsts are kindly, no one seems t
een spared in the Conferenc
The "gridiron" is always i
e. Merry jingles, and poignan
rie with the work of the ar
making this an 'especially at

n, Nov. 2:
ements wi
problem to
even-year
tly conclud
ffice of th
d States
particular
traction di
drying of
ade of the
temperati

sue
'ever

e Subject of Tall Tonigi
>n of Religion," will b
f Prof. J. A. C. Hildne

will not recover.
Late last night, just after the last
finished number of the November
Gargoyle was placed on the enor-
mous pile previous to today's sales,

powerful grip of two assailants.
"Ve vant dem Gargoyles." Smith
called for help and two of the jani-
tors for the building came to his
assistance,

though Gracious' revolver barbed
incessantly behind them.
Smith, who was hurried to the
receiving hospital expressed the
opinion that the attack followed

garda to e uonierenc 11iC. 11
advised the campus to secure their
copies from the newsies and State
street stores at an early hour today.
Wnntiund n Pat~ae 7l

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