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flour became scarce the other
were also scarce on dough.

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Keep the food pledge in the kitchen
well as in the front window.

ISPIRIT WRONG

C 'EM" AND NOT'
DS" HEARD AT
4 MEETING.

"MICHIGAN
FOOTBALL

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re the Editor, The Michigan Daily:
teach
Those who seek evidence in score-
ditor board records appear to be of one
[anager
mind in pronouncing Michigan's past
Carey
rk, Jr football season more or less of a fail-
rn, Jr.
ey ure. It may be pertinent to point out
Millar
. Pack that the mere winning of the two de-
Vighell cisive games on the schedule could not
Cooley have compensated Michigan for the
Th.2r loss she suffered even before these
[anager games were played-a loss which may
'anager
[anagerbe characterized as a betrayal of Mich-
[anager
anager igan spirit on the part of those who
anager attempted, and with considerable suc-
cess, to imbue the student mind with
Roeer the ethics of the prize fight rather
than'the sentiments of clean sportman-'
Rice ship. 'The mischief was worked at a
Alian recent mass meeting where speakers
Brawn made frenzied appeals to the "fight 'em"
spirit of the team and the student
- body. The viciousness of the occasion
Gates was evinced less in the character of
Haue the speeches and yells themselves than
heimer .
in the temper which animated them.
The team must win at all hazards!
That is what it was trained for-to
win! It must exhibit itself on the field
1917. of combat as "eleven fighting devils,"
the "fightingest team" Michigan has
s, Jr. ever produced-to win! Brute strength
- and the fighting spirit - these alone
to bring glory and honor to Michigan!'
Not a word uttered expressive of the
" the ideal interests that are associated with
rance Michigan's cnginuous traditions -
irmer playing the game for the game's sake;
dichi- clean, healthy sport inspired by
e are friendly rivallry; generous sympathies
i $6,- and admirations. unsullied by dis-.
days likes' and disdains and mean advant-
ages. There was nothing of this more
a the z obust tone to inspire the student with
the a passion of devotion to what is best
.ggest in college life.
r en- This criticism does not lodge against
seems the members of the team. They were
from subjected to admonitions and appeals
must inspired by an enthusiasm which feeds
i and only on victory, but their sportman-
hting ship affords proof that they were not
ot be easily susceptible to cheap sentiment.
a sur- The criticism, moreover, does lodge
s en- against the men whto apparently exer-
gy? cised no precautions in permitting to
rsub- appear on the platform speakers who
pos- lacked the proper qualifications to ad-
E the dress a representative student assem-
e Un- bly. More than one visitor, not to
such mention the many students who have
higan beensheard to voice their opinion, ex-
;asion pressed surprise and disappointment
much at the vulgar tone injected into the
mpeeting by the swaggering deport-
ment and lack of good taste exhibited
by at' least one speaker. Who shall
1T attempt to excuse the mismanagement
* will of a public student assembly which
rence brought" the blush of shame to the
etball cheeks of the women present?
e the Sincerely yours,
-the ONE OF THE SUFFERERS.
and

Y. W. C. A. cabinet will not meet
this week.
A Thanksgiving party will be giv-
en by the Women's league at 3:30
o'clock Friday afternoon in Barbour
gymnasium. Senior Society will give
an original stunt. Dancing and re-
freshments will follow.
Classes in military marching and
playground will meet at 2:30 o'clock
this afternoon.
Freshman basketball practice at
3:30 o'clock this afternoon. Sopho-
mores will come on the floor at 4:30
o'clock.
Freshman girls are expected to pay
their social tax of 50 cents from 8:30
to 3:30 o'clock today at the Women's
league room in University hall.
Girls who expect to be in Ann Arbor
during Christmas vacation- and who
desire employment for that time
should register at the office of the
Dean of Women.
A benefit Thanksgiving dinner will
be served at 12 o'clock- tomorrow noon
at the Second Baptist church.
COLLEGIATE ALUMNAE AID
PARIS UNIVERSITY UNION
Arts and Crafts Company to Give
Three One-act Plays for Benefit
of Men in Europe
Under the auspices of the Ann Ar-
bor chapter of the Collegiate Alumnae
association, the Arts and Crafts play-
Ors of the Detroit ittle theater, will
present three one-act plays, December
11, in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
The plays chosen for presentation
are: "Nettie," by George Ade; "The
Lost Silk Hat," by Lord Dunsany, and
"Suppressed Desires," by Susan Glas-
pell. The proceeds will go to sup-
port the lounging room of the Aeri-
can University Union in Paris of which
the University of Michigan is a mem-
ber.
The Ann Arbor chapter of the Col-
legiate Alumnae has, since its founda-
tion, offered many loans of different
sums to undergraduate women ani
has been active in the agitation for a
women's infirmary.
The aim of the national organization
according to Dean Lois Matthews,
president of the oraginzation who spoke
in Ann Arbor last Friday, is the Am-
ericanization of the foreigners in this
country and- their general patriotic
education.
Interest in the work has spread
abroad, for requests have come from
college women in Japan, England, and
France to have the organization made
international.
PROF. C. S. BERRY RECEIVES
SANITARY CORPS COMMISSION
Prof. Charles S. Berry of the depart-
ment of education received his com-
mission as captain of the sanitary
corps of the United States army and
-left Ann Arbor Saturday for Wash-
ington, D. C., where he will devote his
time to analyzing the results of psy-
chological tests given to recruits in
some of the national cantonments with
a view to devising more efficicut meth-
ods of applying these tests.
Professor Berry has been granted a
leave of absence from the University
.to undertake this work. His classy
will be continued by Prof. Charles M.
Elliott of the MiAigan State Normal
school at Ypsilanti and members of
the educational faculty here.

Rev. Crane Talks on Market Problem
Before an audience of 3,000 men of
the Detroit chamber of commerce Rev.
Caroline Bartlett Crane, state chair-
man of the Women's defense commit-
tee, recently delivered an address on
"The house-wife and the marketing;
problem." Former Senator Everett
Colby of New Jersey also spoke. Mrs.
Crane gave three addresses in Detroit
on the same day, speaking before the
City Federation of women's clubs at
noon and before the National munici-
pal league at night.
Twenty Wish To Join Naval Reserve
More than 20 students have con-
sulted Luther H. Beach, 18E, in re-
gard to enrolling in the naval auxil-
iary reserve at Cleveland. Beach has
advised some of the students to post-
pone their enlistment until arrange-
ments can be made to bring Enrolling
Officer Lieutenant J. H. Clark of Cleve-
land to Ann Arbor.
Evan Williams Will Sing in Detroit
The Detroit glee club, how entering
the second year of its existence, will
introduce Evan Williams, the best
known of Welsh tenors, at its concert
tonight at the Hotel Statler in Detroit.

FINAL LIST OF YEAR'S GLEE
CLUB MEMBERS ANNOUNCED
Twenty-five Tenors and 33 Basses
Compose Organization of
1917-18
The final list of members for the
Varsity Glee club of the current year
was given out yesterday as follows:
Tenors, R. M. Allan, '18L; T. S.
Barnett, 'i8M; P. W. Beaven, '18M; R.
E. Boes, '20; P. E. Cavanagh, '19D; W.
E. Cole, '20; J. L. Driscoll, '18; J. H.
Failing, '20; C. W. Good, 'i8E; F. W.
Goundry, '2GM; N. D. Ireland, '18, E.
J. Kricker, '20; Joseph Palma, '20M;
W. F. Pellow, '20L; G. B. Riker, '20D;
G. E. Roop, grad.; L. H. Scott, '18; W.
R. Stark, '19; F. W. Sullivan, Jr., '18;
A. B. Thompson, med.; J. V. Tracy,
'20E; J. M. Tuttle, '21; E. C. Upton,
'20; H. P. Wagner, '20; F. A. Wills,
'20E.
Basses, M. S. Ballard, '20H; C. O.
Barton, '20E; G. R. Byrne, '19; F. S.
Church, Sch. of M.; L. G. Crocker, '18;
R. R. Dieterle, '18; H. M. Easley, '18L;
Welland Gay, '18E; R. B. Gotfredson,
'18; F. T. Rally, '19A; A. T. Hener, '18;
M. G. Hedin, '18; E. T. Jones, '19; H.
Willard-Jones, '18E; P. R. Kempf, '20;
D. L. Lawrence, '20; Chester Lawton,
'18; L. A. Lundquist, '19; C. P. Mart-
zolf, '20; P. M. Moore, Jr., '19; R. J.
McCandliss, '18; D. T. McKone, '19L:
C. R. Osius, Jr., '20; D. D. Nash, '20;
G. E. Rogers, '20; H. D. Reed, '20;
H. J. Schlee, Sch. of M.; M. W. Sco-
field, ,18; S. J. Shipman, '19M; R. D.
Smith, '20; H. Tinsman, '18D; L. R.
Van Ness, '20; J. F. Walker, '1SE.
Because of the Thanksgiving holi-
day the regular Thursday night prac-
tice will be held at 7 o'clock on Mon-
day night. The new members are re-
quested to be present.G
frilitary Nek's
New York city will give returned
soldiers preference on municipal jobs
after the war.
Applications have been received
from 120,290 soldiers and sailors for
government insurance. The average
amount of protection sought is $8,-
587.
A special medal will probably be
provided as an award to n en of the
United States naval service, who have
distinguished themselves iry the war
against submarines.
Nearly a score of the principal ex-
hibitors at the recent horse show in
New York have turned over the prizes
received to the proceeds of the show.
These will go to the Red Cross togeth-
er with the national horse show asso-,
iation's contribution. The sum will
probably amount to $100,900.
Lieut. George C. Mullen's military
cadets will have volutary drill at 9
o'clock Thanksgiving morning. The
drill period will be accepted as credit
on drill absences. No drills Thursday
afternoon or evening.
Dr. Alfred S. Warthin, director of
the pathological laboratory in the Med-
ical school, will deliver a lecture to
the cadets at 4 o'clock this afternoon
in Hill auditorium.
a A new schedule has been posted on
the special military bulletin boards
announcing the drill program for theE
remainder of the semester.

Dr. George A. May, physical direc-
tor of Waterman gymnasium, announ-
ced last night that the gymnasium will
be closed Thanksgiving day. Regularj
gymnasium and athletic work will be
held Friday.
Women enrolled in military march-
ing will be drilled under the personal
supervision of the commanding officer
and five uniformed assistants, at the
second regular meeting of the class
at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
Registration in the course will be
definitely closed at the meeting to-
morrow. The squads will be com-
pletely organized then. In case of in-
clement weather, the class will
meet in Barbour gymnasium.
U. of M. Jewelry. J. L. Chapman's
fs tne place. 113 S. MaIn.---Adv.

STATE ST.

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This year's

We have a complete stock of.
FLASHLIGHTS
and
Flashlight Batteries
Switzer's Hardwar
310 STATE
CHOICE SELECTIONS
OF
CHRISTMAS CARD
NOW ON DISPLAY

Greeting

samples are u
and leave y

SAter'sA Book
STATE STREET

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as much as
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anted in th
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elieve Mic
pore as occ
ver do toor

CAMP MAC ARTHUR BOYS USE
GAS MASKS FOR FIRST TIMEI
Camp MacArthur, Waco, Texas, Nov.
27.-Gas masks were worn for the first
time today by 150 men in the gas-
fighting and trench-raiding classes led
by Captains Hinckey and Gardner., A
realistic night raid was held last night
under cover of the darkness and torch-
es were used by the raiders to dazzle
the "Boches," whom they easily con-
quered. Wire entanglements were
much in evidence and the soldiers
showed that instructions given them
by the foreign officers had not been
forgotten.
Surplus officers with this division
will be sent to France to fill in gaps in
the national guard and regular army
units already theye, according to ad-
vices received from Washington.
Michigan Women on Municipal Council
Michigan claims two of the four
women named on the council of the
Municipal league during the past week.
These include Rev. Caroline Bartlett
Crane, chairman of the Michigan -div
ision of Women's defense committee,
and Mrs. Bessie Leach Priddy, chair-
man of the civics committee of the
general Federation of Women's clubs.
The other women on the council are Dr.
Katherine Bement Davis, commission-
er of corrections of New York City,
and Mrs. Mary K. Simkhovitch of New
York, a writer and head of a large
settlement house.
Gill-Fikert Marriage Announced
Announcement has been made of the
marriage of Hussein Halouk Fikert,
'16E, to Miss Ethel M. Gill of Colum-
bus, 0., on Nov. 26. Mr. Fikert was
an assistant to Dean Mortimer E. Cool-
ey during his coarse of study here,
and is at present an instructor of eng-
ineering at -Ohio State university.
Food Being Conserved at Madison
Madison, Wis., Nov. 27.-A special
food pledge is being signed by
hundreds of University of Wisconsin
students, whereby they agree to ob-
serve meatless and wheatless days
weekly as well as to save butter and
sugar.
Hoover Steel
Ball Stock
We advise the purchase of this se-
curity at present prices
Forshee & Kuehnle
Phone 21694
412 1st Natl Bank Bldg.

QUARRY

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Gilberts
Cranes

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arsity baskE
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of Michigan
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INCORPORATED 1869
Capital and Surplus $ 54
Resources . . . $4,0(
Northwest Corner Mai
Huron Streets
,707 North University A
DETROIT UNITED -LI
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor ar
(Effective M~ay 22, 191;
Detroit Limited and Express C
m., S:Io a. m., and hourly to 7:1
P. m.
Kalamazoo Limited Cars--8:48
every two hours to 6:48 '. iM.;
8:48 p. in.
Jackson Express Cars ;local sS
A-n Arbor)-9 :48 a. in. and eve,
to ;':48 V. m.
Local Cars East Bound.-5 :35
a. M., 7:os a. m, and every two I
p m.. 8:os p. in., 9:05 p. In.,
To Ypsilanti only. qo:20 a. Tn..
2:05 ; . rn. 6:05 p. im,9:45 r. in,
12:2o a. in,. i:oa. in:. i:20 a. ni
change at 'Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-5:o5
a, m.. 10:20 p. M, 12:2o a. m.
"Just a Little BETT

, this winter will
on of athletic activ-
rary, it will prove a
chigan enthusiasm
-pitched as ever.
r stated a few days
e winter his classes
L. As a reason for
ck of outside inter-
going to watch the
losely this winter,
eep an eye on our
well.
seem to be wait-
the military train-
rrive.
istructors might be
n the art of picket-
s party.
e Taxi," will be a
he taxi companies
;s.
ered from personal
takes 1,947 average
rigate the campus.

_Union-News I
Cast tryotdfs for the Union opera.
will be held early next week, the ex-
act date to be announced later. Stu-
dents desiring to compete are urged
to prepare some skit, or be prepared
to give some sort of recitation', in or-
der that their ability may be judged.
This year's opera book is said to of-
fer exceptional opportunities for good
singing and acting.
A special Thanksgiving member-
ship dance will be held from 2:30 to
5:30 o'clock Thursday afterpoon.
Prof. R. M. Wenley and Mrs. Wenley,
and 'Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wierengo will
act as chaperones. ThQ dance com-
mittee is composed of -William Hin-
shaw, '20, chairman; W. M. Brace, '18,
P. M. Haller, '18, and R. L. Storrer,
'19E.
"Jazz" music will feature the first
of the weekly gatherings to be held
next Sunday afternoon at the Union.'
The entertainment committee has been
announced as follows: Ralph Gault,
'19, chairman; William Granse, '19,
Donald Van Horn, '20, James Whitley,
'20E, Walter .Riess, '20, S. W. Sedg-
wick, '19, Joseph H. Broderick, '19, C.
Philip Emery, '18, A. G. Gabriel, '18,
Arthur Adams, '20L, and E. C. Schacht,
'18E.

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for all

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Classes

ention in
esteemed
ing a pat-
invention.

Get those Neolin Soles Put on
AT
PAUL'S PLACE

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our alarm clocks at
n'S, Jeweler. 113 S.

J. L
Main.

611 E.

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