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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Fi~T DAY, OCTQI3Ffl ~, DUI.

i~an ~ais

C~hficial newspaper xt the IUniversty of
hIJ-gar: FtPublislhed every morning erxcft
ndlay duxring the u_; -.ersity year.
LntereOd at the post"ffice at An iArbor asr
oud-class fma:tter,.
Offces; Ann ArbJor Pr'ess Buiding. Sb
iptions: by carrier, '$2_E- 1by Ia:l $3.00.
ant adsato: urys tet'Su
vStore2; 'The D "a .Poe r ns 6
Ltorial, 2414.
Comml1unications not to fexceed300 ,%Owords
lengt.h, or nonice:, of ov _"ts viilN;,ub
= -d in The Daily, at thec discrtio.n of th e
Bldg., or in the notice o in the west
are collec:ted at .1c3O o'c+ k each
-. McDoniald..... .Managing Editor
Em~aery . ........,,BtgsinFes Manager
= Makinsozn ...... Advertisig'Manager
1.Ch1tte,...,.,:bication M- .aaet
; d Wohi.........C.tirculation Ma'lnagcr
P.R. Snith,,..... rdtMng
I. eF~vre... , j>.'i ccA ae
worth Robinson.. Suiuacri tion M',7aage
A. NIH EITR
Swancy Ja nesScenhr,3.
tarryrareyC. S. C!,l r, 7r.
Clar .nce 7. PRo ,ser

HeI sees things to his fullest capac-
ity.
?MASS MEETINGS
Mass meetings are one of Michigan's,
best trad ;.ions. More, perhaps, than
an.yon thing they typify the real
Michig-an spirit, as Michigan wishes it
exPres _1d.
A. good turnout for- a mass meeting
provet beyond doubt whether the
capsis or is not in favor of the
Fsse n and,
y heb; first of the season's series is
to b ie tonight in Hill auditorium.
Rt i.= to send the Yostmen into to-
~.,norc'sclash with Case, confident
of th whole-hearted support of the
stdet ody.
U pper classmen do not need to be
ecou., raged to go. Most of them wait
logforthechance. ,Freshmen may
haveinnmistaken idea of the word,
andJ think it is just a technical term,
or camp; ,us, nickname for further haz-

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NEW AND SECOND: AND}J
FOR A LL DEPARiTME NT
Engineering ph s
Drawing instru t

~STATE Lf oAIJ
STREET; W H EU STREETD

RE~PORTERS
Albert EB! r ome, 3 Pt nc 1ar
Philip C.IfPack FHariy Wx We erman
Denman . MCtruttenden Eda~gar 1,. R
MJilred C. Mighell Mark KITilbertf
D"al; H, Baad Iammt I1rshime
+'R.ID AY, OC LER 5, 1917,
on The Daiy edtorial or bsns
staffs, esp scIally th oe w no have , hadkto ay
GYT GUT WA.0SOMETHNING
were re (lorless cvilci ::iben us ol
several thingsfexpressedi in the ar-
Mire's +content iconcerning tie wo-
3lnn of the C nive-rsity1.
in ;pa'rt tiunn.re Said th!ere were touer
things 8 a. MiciL an stti l;lt Could do
aftePr hl-, dailyV dis3positionr;of ,stues."
Those Ma~r were so-call d "fossin~g,",
dirinking,rnothi ng, ortaking part, inr
some construtiive Univ~jersity ctiv.
The Daily does: not 'wish to commeiit
upyon the First two, But t hero in a
clar cut line of cleavage in r'o :'egadto
the other tP o mr.entionted.
r'aeshmrxen, and n(wv stuidents are for-.
b dldeN to takY part inS acl'vitie aid
I' o l O w f t ( , ,sfirst se m e ste r o f re 9.~tld ee;o- h n g
I ad3y tUiverity otlicials conc-rn
ing other studentfs ecp htpersons
must be eligible.
MSich' 1ianhas giv .e each ofusnn
than is ronalizedin allowi'Einga. to
comne here' and stay here. Th'ie 'wir
u1S. r tit!i on is but a fraci on i
return.
The s tudentin doing; sonQM 15oI
aside froiaca'Ml cla0"work tdtprO
versity, bat Iiusdmuch iffy.f
G rantd!A e oething 'wich do"iEs
Michigan -soit.;good. But Ain ding SO;,
visionthan lhe could po , ibl o hr-
Bu y your alarm clocks at 1, , ,
Chapman's, Jeweler. 113S. Mai.
-- -Ad:.

ing.

Such is not the case.

On Shore and Ofd'
men like our collegians who are
training for the navy and Uncle
Sam's sea'soned sea fighters--men
who must maintain their vigor,
quickness and "headines"-are
tuning up on

ENGINEERINGC"OLS
ELECTRIC SUPPLIES
'fSWITZE l
STATE STREET HAX DWAKE,

MIichigan men are no slackers when
it -.)wes to turning out for military
drill.
Yp-' has lost 350 students this year.
The D U. R. probably realized this
befoi (. youdid.
no you know that Michigan's all-
tin - at letic record is unequalled?
Any lime you happen to have a half
ihour to spare, don't use it bothering
smeon who hasn't.
"I" iJsOLDS UNCLAIMED NAIL,
!P_'AC':K:AGES, AND ONE TELEGRAM
InItIad.dition to operating its usual
r'.inand employment bureaus,
'the"Y"this year has taken on the
al'p xrace of a young postofiice.
Hundreds of letters have been
jhan rle . here, and at present there is a
i.r:: colection of mail matter, includ-
za LI rs packages, and special de-
'P cr~,even' a telegram, for which
th1ee!has been made no claim. These
I °<1 be ing held at the "Y" office, and
students are urged to inquire regard-
Igthem.
11$0 BE RAISED BY
LtOAL "Y" FOR WAR RELIEF
Funds amounting to $35,000,000 to
be used in work among the soldiers- in
rncItaly, Russia and at home
il eraised within the next nine
motsin thle United States by the
"!.':. J.. A. in a campaign- to be
laun ohed soon, according to informa-
" o_;reeived at the local city "Y"
_ u w York headqi~arters.
.' ;igan's portion, although not yet
annuncdwill, in all probability,
amutto $1,250,000, while the sum
to b raised in Washtenaw county
wi l approximate $35,000.
s 1)lbrnv is- Given Books for Soldiers
More than 1,400 volumes have been
receivired by the Library in its cam-
ain "or books for soldiers. French
bosand books on engineering and
as well as fiction are requested
,; ry student is urged to bring at
leat nebook.
BasSoloist wanted for church pos-
ticon Call 312 S. Division, Pione
21. -Adv.

IEGA1.A OFF.

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Soft in the strictest sense, but a thorough-
going man's drink--gives you the full flavor
of wholesome grains and the nip and fra-
grance of genuine Bohemian Saazer Hops.
Try Bevo by itself-see how good it makes
things to eat taste.
Served at the best places eVerywhere.
Families supplied by grocers.
Manufactured and bottled exclusively by
Anheuser-Busch. St. Louis, U. S. A.
Bevo should be served cold
"The sll-year-'round soft drink"

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We have both the inclination and
the equipment to furnish the
best in banking service
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
INCORPORATED 2869
Capital and Surplus $ 500,000.00
Resources . . . $4,000,000.00
Northwest Corner Main and
Huron Streets
707 North University Avenue

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I Mom en
Women* wishing to try out on ed-
itorial or business staffs of The Daily
report at the offices in the Press build-
ing on Maynard street. between 1 and
2 o'clock, 'or call Mildred . Mlgbell,
'18, at 22764J, and leave name, ad-
dress, and telephone' number.
Notices for the women's column
should_ be telephoned to The Daily,
2414.
The class in military marching will
be open to sophomores as well as to
upperclassmen, rd will begin about
Nov. 15. The hour will be 3 o'clock
on Wednesdays.
Preliminary try-outs for the Girls'
Glee club will be held ' at 4:15 this
afternoon in the new School of Mu-
sic building. The membership of the
club is open to all but freshmen.
Women's league board meeting at 9
o'clock tomorrow morning in Barbour.
gymnasiuim.
Freshmen and sophomores should
remember that the time for medical
Drawing Instruments. Unusual bar-
gains in second-hand sets, at Wahr's.
-Adv.

Help! Help1!
Help !! !
Do You Need Some?
You Furnish the Job
We Furnish the Man
«Y" Employment
Servie
Secretary's Hours: 7:30-9:00 A. M.
12 :30-2:00,P. M.
PHONE 823

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Drub' Co.'s
Prescription
Store
Cor. State St. and N. Univers

tH.AND--Y INrFRMAION F.EOR -. .
DEIZOI7'rN ST1 DLINEv S
;_rttw eeois rL'nAnn rb :an,; Ja,.
~~;.,~t S oa nad oryt :0p i,
Ki'aaac'o lime!-,I CCars -8:4d a rp nd
".Vert V.. 2,VV ' , S 1. i o lSU ~ f
Jack: Epe ' ars ,local stopj u4,tfof
.111": rb ! ).t- - 8 }ra. 211. and e ey wuba r
iti
LnlCrs s on--:;a n6
ch-afner &.ilanti.

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I~ ~ ~ Y SeilGmoutfit $2.00
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Fresh Caps Lab. Coats Overall Suits
Uymn'.Shoes Lab. Aprons Class Toques
Gyvinsuclits -,,Shop Outfits Hospital Coats
Towels Waiters Coats
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and physical examinations will be set
a half hour ahead, when the Univer-
sity changes to the '7:30 schedule.
The schedule for classes in regular
gymnasium work will be posted on the
bulletin board in Barbour gymnasium
Tuesday, Oct. 9. It will go. into ef-
fect Thursday, Oct. 11.
Mrs. C. E. Hillis will speak at 4:15
o'clock Sunday afternoon at the city
Y. W. 0. A. vesper service. Univer-
sity women are invited.
All upperclass girls may elect
hockey by signing on the bulletin
board in Barbour gymnasium.
Members of the Girls' Glee club
should report before tomorrow night
to Marion Galton, '18, phone 027, if
they expect to continue their member-
ship.
Girls wishing to do plain sewing
report at the office of the dean of
women in Barbour gymnasium.'
Tennis tournament lists should be
signed at the gymnasium.
Women interested in the Gargoyle
call at the office on the second floor
of the Press building between 2 and
4 o'clock.
Women's league party from 4 to 6
o'clock this afternoon in Barbour gym-
nasium. Freshmen are particularly
invited.
The newly acquired independence
of the Women's Athletic association is
asserting itself. No longer is this
most important women's organization
tied to the apron strings of the Wo-
men's league.
Formerly, members of the associa-
tion consisted of all girls participat-
ing in athletics and those who signed
the athletic pledge. By the new con-
stitution membership is open to all
upon payment., of an annual fee of $25.
All members of teams and wearers of
the athletic hlonor insignia are re-
quired to be members.
The official Freshman cap. Wagner;
& Co. State St. at Liberty.-Adv.
Guaranteed Self-filling Fountain
Pens $1.00 and. up. Cushing's Phar-
macy.-Adv. tf

Phone 308

The officers and class represent a-
tives are to be elected at genera
campus meetings and regular monthlyv
meetings will be held. Clarissa '-n
'18, is president this year, having 1;-.<
appointed under the old constitu ion;
by the league president, Anna LI. ,;.
'18, Mrs. Jordan and Miss Evans, ls
spring.
The slate of nominees for the o-
ing year deter~mined upon by the di-
rectors at yesterday's meeting in as
follows : Vice-president, B e u 1 a h.
Smith, Marie MacCauley; treas .,er,
Ethel Glauz, Margaret Atkinson; sc-
retary, Laura Peacock, Sue VerlerndJ.. 1
senior representative, Ruth MacLangL, 1
lin, Louise Irish; junior repres" i ta-
tive, Phyllis Eggleston, Doris a
Donald; sophomore representl.' e,
~Grace :Hall, Lucy Huffman.
These names will be voted ups: a.
the girls' mass meeting, the afternlti
of Tuesday, Oct. 9. At this time. .t
constitution will be read, ani ti
question of charging admission Uz
'games will be considered. Aft'rthe
meeting, Miss Evans will meet till a P-
,perclass girls interested in hockey.
All day Tuesday will be tartda
:for the association, so be sun,' z
bring your quarters to class win - ou.
Entries in the tennis tour:i ei
must be made by Monday nig, ' as
the drawings are to be made jues-
day.
At the Women's league tea. -r
row , Clarissa Vyn, '18, w ill .fe y a pe l i e alkf a .
for women.
It is; rumored that another !l f those
famous "wienie roasts" is to 1,f,.agiv;
in the immediate future fornener
only.
Gym suits $1.00-no advance-ag
ner & Co., State St. .t Libert:z_,.;Adr
Engineers- Ask to see -a Yet
Lettering Scale at Wahr's.---1,: ~.

rity

Arbor,

We have copljete

town. Yo knowv that the
stylesare the kinod fellows
wear whio always took right,
and, tha t the cloth is all wvool
arud wea rsTbetter;"than other
loes for you Can' t.
them anywhe-e else ire Ana

V' rityFifty-Five

SitHnde

OF ies gclrhsad
Fie ,g s'ore at Ithe S-ouh-
eas cornrer" Main arid Wa h-
s= ga,- 1t0 -oni -to D)n.

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