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)obtain and use the college education you are

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receiving today lies in your eyesight. (If they are weak-l

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come to me.)

HSES Too MUCH
YS TJIANKSGIVN4
UNION IS WASTEFUL
'RIOTIC.
chigan Daily:
issue of-Sunday's Daily
ing item-the menu for
ping dinner advertised
3n Union, consisting of

Greeting

R. C. FULLER, OptmtitOtca

With Haller & Fuller

State Street Jewelers

This year's

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At a time when millions of people in
rM. Carey the world are starving for the bare
Clark, Jr.
rhorn, Jr. necessities of life, and the food adiin-
A. Swaneyi
uce Millar istration of this country is bending
i..Pack every possible effort, and justly so, to.
C. Mighell conserve our food supply, because
H.ore Jr.food is ammunition;" when loyal
g MnaerAmerican women in every part of this
Manager country are sacrificing every day to
SManagersaefo
tManager sv odinl their homes, thereby in-
SManager creasing their already arduous duties;
n Manager
when the true and loyal Americans
L. Roeser from the society of our capital down
to the smallest: town have decided
that three courses for a dinnier should
Arlp ice be the maximum number; in this un-
Shinkman precedented crisis in our history,,
'era Brown
s Handibo when pork, especially, has been de-
signated as the onie kind of mleat to be
saved in every form and at all cost,
1~. Gates for the use of our soldiers-at such
D. Hause
Eirsheimer time we are confronted, and I sin-
cerely add,, affronted, with this pre
tentious array of food.
As though the traditionalr turkey
were not sufficient, chicken and oysters
, 1917 are added, and as a final luxury to
-- crown the repast, roast suckling pig!
sou1 Such a menu has absolutely no just-
ification at the present time. Whether
wrt staff it is presented in ignorance of the de-
5 o'cock sires and admonitions of the food
department of our government, or in
defiance thereof, the fact is alike in-
niversity excusable, and a reflection upo AAm-
the thing erica n loyality and patriotism.
)it.' Th~e I am not aloneli my earnest hope
k. Ob- that when next the advertisement
for this Thanksgiving dinner appears
r we all wve will see the wholesome, traditional
ize your three course dinner which is the only
do it is kind to be tolerated when it is too
ted-and essential and vital to our owni suc-
off and cess that all possible feed be conser, -
ed and waste eliminated.
Michigan Are; we, as Americans in Ann Ar-
~g ollybor, unwilling to sacrifice this much
of personal luxury and extravaganec.
xi ourfor the great issues~ now at stake in
es your';
our country, when other natiln; an.'
~* Canindividuals have given all trey pos-
ess i 19 world?

I iomc /
Freshman girls are requested to
pay their social tax of 50 cents prompt-
ly at the Women's league room in
University hall. Payments will be re-
ceived from 8:30 to 3:30 o'clock today
and tomorrow. This tax. is distinguish-
ed from the regular dues in that it is
used exclusively to pay expenses for
the various social functions given by
the class during the year.
Hygiene lecture at 4:30 o'clock this
-afternoon" in Sarah Caswell Angell
hall.
Stylus will meet at 7:30 o'clock to-
night with Rebecca Greenberg, '19, 404
South Fifth avenue.M
A Thanksgiving dinner will be serv-
ed at 12 o'clock Thursday noon at
the Second Baptist church.
Regular Girls' Glee club practice at
4:38 o'clock this atfernoon in the par-
lors ofBarbour gymnasium,.
Dean Myra B. Jordan will not be at
at home to college women today.
Girls who expect to be in Ann Arbor
during the Christmas vacation andF
who wish employment are requested to
register at the office of the Dean of
Women
The class in military marching will
fmeet at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday after-
noon.
Senior-junior basketball practice
will be held at 4:30 o'clock this after-
noon in Barbour "gymnasium.
There will be no Y. W. C. A. vesper,
service this week.
Prof. A. E. Wood will speak oan
social service in war times at 3 :30
o'clock this afternoon at Newberry
'1F;END$IW IFU -D)NOW V$-:4,7100;
FiNA1L RETURNS INCOITPLETE
Several applicatio~n cards area still to
be rtturned to the Student Friendship
war fund committee of thoe University
before the final reports of the cam-
paign in Michigan can be ostimated.
Trotals from the various convassers
last night placed the drive's results

start it.
s futile foi
to antagon
est way to
u have bolt
a minute
ver.
rpose at D
d, dependin
u can frog
alt decreas
fknow ledg

FOLLOW UP FOOD CAM~PAIGN
TO CURB° HOLIDAY DINNERS
les'nlownt Raw Material To Be
Utilized;' Baker Shops To Show
War Bread
To promote educational work along
food .lines and to' increase the interest
of women in learning practical means
of making food pledges effective, the
food' administration and home econo-
mics department of the Women's De-
fense committee will conduct a follow-
up campaign during December.
It is proposed to follow out in every
way possible the definite plan which
Mr. Hoover is expected to furnish
soon. In general the program of the
campaign is to emphasize food con-
servation and substitution at Christ-
mas,
Window displays will be- made,
showing less-known raw materials
and directions for preparation, in place
of those in more general use. An ef-
fort will be, made to secure the co-
operation of bakers in placing a va-
riety of war breads upon the market.
Through the Women's exchange and
other avenues women will be famil-
iarized with new dishes suited to meat-
less and wheatless days.
Miss Georgia L White, chairman of
the home economics department of the
Michigan division,. recommends in this
Jconi ection the buletins of "Food Sub-
stitutiont," "Wear "Boads,' and Meat
Substitutes" which can be' seured, up-
on application to George A, Prescott.
food administrator, at Lansing.
REDp CROSS NEEDS MONEY
TO BUY YARN FOR KNITTERS
Contributions to the yarn fund of
the' Ann Arbor branch of the Amer-
can Red Cross society are much need-
ed, as the organization has heretofore
furnished all the yarn which has been
turned into knitted garments, and
would like to keep up the practice.
The money that has peen expended
for yarn has been obtained through
membership fees, proceeds from fes-
tivals-, and concerts, and through
small individual donations.
All contrdbtions should be sent
Mrs. W. H. Waite, 1706 Camrdge
road,.
Australia A ts to Prtet Shis
Sidney, Australia, Nov. 26.-A reg-
ulation has-been promulgated by the
federal government against alien ne-
,trals working on ships and. wharves
anywhere in Australa. The regulation
is the result of aninquiryunto the re-
cent fire on a large vessel in $y ny
harbor, which slbowed that , her hbad
been deliberate tampering in 'the hold
and placing of combustile appl-
antes at the bottom of the vessel.
p' TI prfec- i
Vion .of Pancil
%IuaritLy--;. un-
formty (of greding
7and d u abilly..
T17 blck d.grees'
Ifromi 613 softest to
t, 5-I hrdest, and
hard and zdium
S(indelible) cop-
Look fJ r the tfazanc-}
tioe VEVUS .jinishlI
[M; 4 FREE!V

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samples are unusually good-ask to
and 1eaT a your order NOW

THE EBERBAC H & SON
200-20I EASTr LIBERTY STREET

Chemicals

Laboratory Supplies

Drugs and Toilet Specialties

e

CHOICE SELECTIONS
OF'

CHRISTMAS CARDS
NOW ON DISPLAY
Slate r's Book Shop
STATE STREET

The women's league of the Univer-
sity of Indiana, will sell light refresh-
ments at the football game this 'week
to raise money for the fund to send
Christmas boxes to students in service.

QOL INSIGNIA
r this year, it seems,
her new students are
ght in appearing in
bedecked with-" prep
The letter is usually
weater to such an ex-
er serves merely as a

Professor Wood to Talk on lVar Worl
Speciai features of social service
work developed during the 'war will b;
discussed biy Prof. Arthur E. Wood,{
of the sociology department at - :4 ((
o'clock this afternoon at Newberry
hall.

Professor Wood has had extensive !at $24,700. Colleges in the state of
experience along various lines of so-j Michigan pledged $50,000 as a quota
cial work, and has thoroughly invest- 'for the fund, and to date have raised
igated presen~t conditions in this field. $51,191.94. The statements from many
University women- and others inter- institutions are incomplete.
ested in social service are urged to bej
present. Patronize Our Advertsers.-Adv.

STATE ST.

,his petty evil. Some
sorrow. Always some
mi to take fiendish de-
ing with such decora-
wing the glamour of
ments has not worn
still high school stu-
dealt with as- such, and
.s fail, we suggest that
)d at this time of the
writer says there is
profanity used as us-
re twice as much to
"co-op" jitney bus
ethe taxi companies
de is essential to their
essed, by the campus
3,1 Plumer of the Brit-
e able to stop the Aus-
k in Italy.
ie boarding house me-
iys are in vogue.
-3
ne the German rooters
ag, "hold 'em!"
-11
ents have organized.
any Bayonetts in the

Y N
A Pew ilitr
Wer t {ol ast
fal oro friy ,as
Hart Shaffne
maeiShc mait
stand goodhard w'8e.ar ai
t v rc a ear indcoivey thb
kofal ro ainalue.
seealdgod ard wea fr mn
and young men.
Reule-ConliE
Fie gel.Co.
Th¢ big story at the so'pt
cast crpr AlMainl and Was)
ingion Surdes-dlofo w'?

il
ad
!st
h-

We have both the inclination and
the equipment to fuj nish, the
best in banking service .
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
INCORPORATrED1869
Capital and Surplus $ 500,000.00
S Resources .. . $4,000,000-60
Northwest Corner Main and
Huron Streets
707 North University Avenue
DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jacks'ja
(]ilffeive sMay 22, 1917)
Detroit Limited and z xpress Cars-,-:3
In., 8:io a. in., and hourly to 7;I0 p. mn., 9:
n. Ill.
Kalamazoo Limited Cars--8 :48 a. m..ai
every two hours to 6:48 a. m.; to 1,alruin
8 :48 p.m.
Jackson Express Cars ',local stops meet
ATn Arbor)--9 :48 a.. in. ari d e e: y t"~ o lho:
to ', 48 I1. m.
Local Cars East BouinJ- : w a. ., 6:
a, Ill., 7:05 a. m..and every two hoiars to 7
I). :tn., 8:05 P. Ill.. :25 p. in., 10:)571 p1
'1'o Ypsi'antiOnly. q:20 a, .,.q:5o ar
2:o.5 r,. 71. 6:o5 P.m. 9:451 In~, It:43 c r
chaniga at Y psilanti.
Local Cars West Bound.-6:o5 'a. mn., 7:
a. mn.. TO:20 p. in.. 12:20 a. M.

CourtC
Tasty Steaks
REGULAR DPIN N F
Q U ICK S F.I
AND THE B l S T
Special Sun day Chicken Q
108 EAST HURON

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AT ARMORY

' hanksiviug Eve.

WEDNESDAY NOV. 28

9
Do You Know that the
SUGAR BOWL~
has one of the best equipped
Candy Stores in the state?.
They have their own Refrigerating
System, and make their own Ice
Cream and Candies. ::'-.'.
You are invited to visit and in-
spect their plant.::
Phone 967 1 09 S. Main St.
Your everye Bank-
ing need fulfilled at
Farmers & Mechanics Bank
101-105 So. Main 330 So. State St.
GEORGM BISCkIQOFF$
FLOIST
Choicie Cpt Flowerp sumq1 Plapig
220 ChlapIEmst. PhIone 809-M

Danefag 9 to 1_

Tickets at Ousy Bee and at Dogr

Miss Florence Wilson, formerly with .Mrs. Stoddard,
will be pleased to see all her, friends at

Mrs. L. E. Rowe's

HAIR SHOP
326 S. State St.

Phone 1198-W

(over Sheehans)

I - -. . .I . II

FOR THE GIRL 'SACK THERE"
GILERS

We pay
Express Chas

BOX CAN4DIES

DELTA

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