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November 28, 1917 - Image 4

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of all-wool fabrics in the
men's stylish clothes are on
nt you can't afford to over-

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is truly


One-third of Quota Reached in First
Day's Drive; Committee
Subscriptions for the Knights of
Columbus war fund among the citi-
zens of Ann Arbor for the first day of
the drive, which started yesterday
morning, were announced last night
by the city committee as having reach-
ed one-third of the required quota.
A campaign among the students of
the University will begin this morning.
Solicitors will canvass the city for
seven days.
"The progress of the war fund cam-
paign is gratifying," stated the com-
mittee yesterday. "Only a small frac-
tion of the town has been solicited."
A meeting of all the committees in
Ann Arbor will be held at 8 o'clock to-
night in the Knights of Columbus hall
on the corner of Huron and State'
The result of the drive for funds
begun yesterday under the supervis-
ion of the Knights of Columbus, al-
though it is not a Knights of Colum-
bus undertaking, will be used to aid
every soldier and sailor in the camps
and the navy, regardless of creed or
Buildings, similar to the Y. M. C.--A.
will be erected. The structures will
contain all the comforts of home. A
number of temporary quarters have
already been erected in the different'
,cans,; but will be .replaced by per-

7:30 o'clock-Intercollegiate social-
ist society meets at 1340 Wilmot street.
9 o'clock-Voluntary drill on Ferry
2:30 o'clock-Union membership
dance at Union.
All-fresh lits are urged to pay their
class dues today in the booth in Uni-
versity hall.
All-fresh glee club meeting has been
postponed until 7 o'clock, Wednesday,
Dec. 5, at School of Music.
Students having acts for the Christ-
mas Entertainment are asked to com-
municate at once with Matthew
' Towar, '19. Try-outs will be arranged
to the satisfaction of the candidates.
Assignments for the art work of
The Michiganensian will be made from
2 to 4 o'clock this afternoon in the
rooms of The Michiganensian.
There will be no band rehearsal to-
Movements of Troops Must Be Kept
Secret If Journalists Will
Retain Privileges


Sheehan &
Ann Arbor


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manent buildings before next summer. Battle Creek, Nov. 27.-Newspaper
_ _ _men will have free access to Camp
CLASSICS IN Custer as long as they don't print in-
LEAD formation concerning military exper-
iments and equipment, according to
More Important Than Engineering an announcement made today by
and Most Up-to-date Brigadier-General S. W. Miller. Gen-
eral Miller has assumed command of
"The classics are more important the eighty-fifth division since the de-
than engineering, for the engineer parture of Major-General Dickman.
only works in a small corner of the In his conversation with the news-
frame-work which the classics build paper men here, General Miller told
up," said Prof. R. M. Wenley last night the journalists that they had the run
in his talk before the Classical club of the camp, but impressed upon
on "Classics and the War." them the .importance of keeping news
According to Professor Wenley, of military movements quiet. The
there is only one way in which to un- general made it very clear that 'he
der stand the present war situation and was opposed to having any kind of a
that is by a careful study of Plato and censor. He said that he wanted the
Aristotle, for they are the only au- news men to abandon all false no-
thorities in politics and ethics. "The tions concerning Camp Custer that
scientists of today cannot write be- German sympathizers had spread
cause they do not know the English broadcast throughout the state.
language," said Professor Wenley. The most prevailent of these false
"Consequently their work suffers. statements is the one that the eighty-
They have no means of adequate com- fifth is a depot division. If this were
munication." true, it would mean that the division
In conclusion Professor Wenley said, might never go abroad, but would sim-
"You do not need to bring the classics ply be a feeder for units in the field.
up to date to make them practical Nothing could more fully destroy
for they are more than up-to-date now. the morale of the men here than to
They are in the lead." tell them that they would never see
actual fighting in France. However,
SOPHOMORE LITS VOTE the lists are already made out at
TO REPLACE FLAG RUSH Washington showing the order in
which the units will sail and Camp
(Continued from Pagl One) Custer troops are included in one of
J. P. Winchell, president of the these lists.
freshman engineering class, says that Other reports that should be cor-
his class is in favor of the fresh-soph- rected are those that men at the camp
omore flag rush. The engineers were are not properly fed and receive harsh

Cyko Paper

The lowered physical standard of
the freshmen at the Ohio State univer-
sity is explained by the head of the
department of physical education as
due to the fact that many of the able-
bodied men who might otherwise have
entered the university are now in ser-
Passing the war fund quota by over
$1,000 and still going higher, the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin has answered
critics and has shown her whole-
hearted loyalty. The total so far is
$21,386, although the final result has
not yet been announced, and sub-
scriptions are still coming in.
Today is newspaper day at the
University of California. Automobiles
will be sent by the national service
committee to fraternity, sorority, and
boarding houses to collect all old
newspapers. The women students will
make trench wa'rmers for the men
from the paper collected.
An appeal for waste paraffin and
candle stubs is being made, as these
materials are utilized in making the
trench warmers. They are construct-
ed by gluing together long strips of
paper, rolling the strips into a cylind-
er, and then soaking the whole in
paraffin. The resulting candle is used
by the soldiers to furnish warmth
when no fire is available.
Success marked the food sale given
by the women of the University of
Illinois for the benefit of war relief.
Almost $200 was the total of the re-
ceipts. The success of the undertak-
ing is due to the co-operation of all
of the university women.
. Patronize Our Advertisers.-Ada.
Rae Theatre
TODAY - Fox presents Geo.
Walsh in "SOME BOY." Also
Charlie Chaplin in "The Cham-
Whitney Theatre
Presents the Funniest of Comedies
The Whole
Damm Family
Vaudeville Between Acts
Prices same as Night-10-20-25c
10c Matinee Saturday




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C. Pumpkin Pie
1 119 N. THAYER
able Service 1:00 P.M.


the ones who started the agitation for
the rush after it had been callgd off
by the council, by sending in a peti-
tion to both the Senate and Student
councils asking for its reinstatement.


Soles Put on



William St.

is being Through the courtesy and contribu-
spital for tions of several University organiza-
tions, including some of the foreign
students' clubs, a piano has been ob-
ho is ill tained for Lane hall, Y. M. C. A.
e contag- building.
The instrument has been placed in
the red room and anyone who likes
ught by music may use it.
"The red room with its comfortable
ever, was chairs and lounges has an added in-
ph hospi- terest now," declared Secretary Fet-
ter, "which ought to prove a drawing
card to many."
Staebler ._
r. Always-Daily Service-Always.

Winchell states that his class is in ."Peace in industry will come," said
favor of any games in which the en- Mr. A. E. Wood of the sociology de-
tire freshman class may take part but partment in a talk at Newberry hall
not those in which only chosen ones yesterday afternoon, "only when the
are engaged, as in the cane spree. human element in industrial relations
l is recognized and social problems are
Gulomar Novaes In Detroit Next Week approached with understanding and
Guiomar Novaes, the young Brazil- the right kind of sentiment."
ian pianist, will appear with the De- In the speaker's opinion, it is a
troit Symphony Orchestra Friday af- swelling movement which will grow
ternoon and Saturday evening at the much stronger after the war. The faith
Armory in Detroit. Miss Novaes will of the social worker in society and in
play the Beethoven Concerto in G ma- possibility of creating the vIll to do
jor. Mr. Weston Gales has chosen the in the community will influence all
following orchestral numbers for in- our relations.
terpretation by his band; Mendel- All this means important new posi-
sohn's "Fingal Cave" overture, the D tions for persistent, resourceful wom-
major Symphony of Schumann and en, it was explained. The reconstruc-
Liszt's Second Hungarian Rhapsody. tion work in which the Red Cross will
Senior LIts Announce Engagement interest itself after the war was the
Announcement is made of the engage- subject of special consideration. Mr.
ment of Frieda McClellan, '18, and A. Wood emphasized the need of organ-
Loomis Kirkpatrick, '18. Miss Mc- ization in this field, but cautioned
Clellan is a member of the Kappa against the lack of enthusiasm which
Kappa Gamma sorority, and Mr. Kirk- often prevails where the work of a
patrick is an Alpha Sigma Phi. group supplants individual effort.
Read the Daily advertisements. Independents To Play Detroit Solvays
('hey will lead you to the best of Ann A Thanksgiving benefit football
Arbor's storts.m-Adv. game will be played in the city tomor-
row between the Solvay team of De-
troit and the Ann Arbor Independents.
THANKSGIVING The proceeds of the contest will be
used to purchase Christmas gifts for
lates. We have, just Washtenaw county soldiers in training
S. camps throughout the country.
Engagement Announced' ,
B. J. Scheinman, '18, of Detroit, has
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