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n in Shot Put Events Exceeds
All Records of Both Regi-
ments

Members of all the companies in
the second regiment showed good
form in the athletic events held on
Ferry field, under Dr. George A. May
'since Oct. 1. The winners-of the dif-
ferent contests were as follows:

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Second regiment, company A: 50-
yard dash, Windes, Duffield; broad
jump, Gould, 16 feet 3 inches, Harland,
15 feet 6 inches; shot put, Levine, 16
pounds, 27 feet, Story, 12 pounds, 33
feet.-
Company B: 50-yard dash, Savage,
Belknap; broad jump, Pear, 18 feet,
Parks, 16 feet,' Busha, 16 feet; shot
put, no entries.
Broad Jumpers Show Class'
Company C: 50-yard dash, Cuth-
bert, Kilmer; broad jump, Kilmer, 17
feet 6 inches; Thurston, 17 feet 3 inch-
es, Campbell, 1 feet; shot put, 16
pounds, Metz, 27 feet 3 inches, 12
pounds, Marshall, 32 feet 4 inches, La-
Fleische, 33 feet 5 inches.
Company D: 50-yard dash, Crocker,
Magnuson; broad jump, Nowland, 16
feet, Magnuson, 15 feet 6 inches; shot
put, 16 pounds, Crocker, 25 feet 9
inches, 12 pounds, Laurie, 33 feet 7
inches, Dye, 30 feet 6 inches.
Martin Wins Shot Put'
Company E: 50-yard dash, Haidler,
Buol; broad jump, Glasgow, 16 feet
9 inche, Scott, 16 feet 6 iliches; shot
put, 16 pounds, Martin, 30 feet 9 inch-
es, Scott, 29 feet, 12 pounds, Scott, 37
feet 11 inches, Martin, 37 feet.
Company F: 50-yard dash, Keskey,
McKensie; broad Jump, Keskey, 15
feet 9 inches, Bellinger, 15 feet 6
inches; shot put, 16 pounds, McLaugh-
rey, 26 feet 7 inches, 12 pounds, Brown,
30 feet 3 inches.
Company G: 50-yard ,dash, Suttle,
Vincent; broad jump, Jeffs, 16 feet 9
inches, Irvine, 16 feet; shot put, 16
pounds, Gunn, 26 feet, Bolt, 25 feet 8
inches, 12 pounds, Smith, 32 feet 2
inches.
Company H: 50-yard dash, Yates,
Enright; broad jump, Clarkson, 16
feet 3 inches, Shippey, 16 feet; shot
put, 16 pounds, Hopkins, 23 feet 2
inches, 12 pounds, Boonstra, 31 feet
9 inches.,
Adrian Takes Two Events
Company I: 50-yard dash, Lambert,
Sekeimrian; broad jump, Workman,
16 feet 10 inches, Knapp, and Heck,
16 feet 4 inches; shot put, 16 pounds,
Moore and Adrian, 26 feet 10 inches,
12 pounds, Adrian, 33 feet 7 inches.
Company K: 50-yard dash, Martin-
ek, Kingsford; broad jump, Slaughter,
16 feet, Carl, 15 feet; shot put, 16
pounds, Dean, 27 feet 9 inches, 12
pounds, King, 36 feet 6 inches, Krump,
32 feet.
Company L: 50-yard dash, T. Kei-
danz; broad jump, Haig, 16 feet 2 inch-
es; shot put, 16 pounds, Crane, 24 feet
11 inches, Lawton, 24 feet 1 inch, 12
pounds, Reed, 32 feet 5 1-2 inches.
Athletic Instructors Announced Later
Company M: 50-yard dash, Wil-
liams, Losch; broad jump, Tuttle, 14
feet 9 inches, Smith, 14 feet 6 inches;
shot put, '16 pounds, Beach, 27 feet 10;
inches, '12 pounds, Pentecost, 33 feet
2 inches, Gunn, 32 feet finches.
Athletic instructors for the gymnas-
tic and athletic events in Waterman
gymnasium will be chosen from the
winners of the different events that
have been held on Ferry field, and
will be announced later by Dr. George
A. May.

Companies Tarred
MCAdco Believes American Property
In Danger Under Foreign
Control
Washington, Nov. 29.-Secretary of
the Treasury McAdoo announced today
that all enemy and ally-of-enemy in-
surance companies, excepting life in-
surance companies, are prohibited
from doing business in this country.
Life insurance companies may carry
out existing contracts, \but may not
write new business.
Access To Munitions Plant
The arguments advanced for this
move are that these firms had access
to many plants, including munitions
Factories, flour mills, warehouses,
docks, etc., and that the information
obtained might be valuable in finding
the easiest way to start fires or ar-
range explosions; and - that no Ameri-
can ought to accept insurance with a
German firm while the war is going
on, as it is merely putting American
money into German hands.
German Companies Not Rich
The German companies are none too
strong, financially, which is another
rmason for prohibiting them from do-
ing business. It was pointed out that
in the case of a large conflagration,
these firms might go bankrupt, and
thus be unable to meet their obliga-
tions. The San Francisco fire was
cited, in which time some German
firms were bankrupt, while others
paid only 75 per cent of the policies.
It was also advanced that Germany
would be bankrupt after the war, and
would not back the German concerns.
DeliriousVci
Goes To Hospital

Drugs, Soda, Kedaks,

DON'T FAIL TO PURCHASE YOUR
Thanksgiving
at the FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH. We have
ful boxes. Filled with fresh candies.
Come in and select one of them.
We are sure that we can please you.
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WAI KING LOO
Joe Gin, Prop.
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LMEC~a F tipp, Waterman
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U. of M. Jewelry
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(Special Dispatch to The Daily from a
Hospital Somewhere in Ann Arbor.)
Ann Arbor, Nov. 29, 11:50 P. M..-In
a critical condition, and raving con-
tinously, A. Student was just brought
into the medical ward, Since his
arrival, his pulse has decreased some-
what, and the attending physicians en-
tertain some hopes for his recovery.
The causes of his illness are not
definitely known, but his delirious ut-
terances have thrown some light upon
the events leading up to his collapse.
Following are some of the irrational
articulations recorded by the nurse in
attendance
"Alarm clock... Too Tired to get up
..Got up in time for dinner....
Turkey.... Cranberries.... Oyster soup
Mince pie.... Olives.... Demi tasse
.... Salad .... Mashed potatoes
Mints....Celery.... Cigarettes......
"Tried to itudy. .. .Nothing doin'....
Maj... . Co-eds... . Lunch at Eta Nu Pi
house. .. .Back to my room....Box
from home. . . . Blue book Friday.....
Can't Study... .Box from home.... .Box
from home.... Turkey . .. . Blue book
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We all want a drink that
i;n't inspid. The soldier;
athlete and the hard-work-
iag stu de t muSt have the
C rin_.i: _ t at ta,cgod and
keeps them toned up.
I~cvo is just that. It is
sparkliig and efreshng-
healthful as chaice cereals
and import d Saazer hops
can ma'ke it-a zstrzct'_y soft
d -aet d der-
metically patent-crowncd
Z1gainst contamination.
Served at first-class restau-
rants, hotels, cafes and
soda fountains everywhcrc.
Familiesup-lied by grocer.
Manufectured and bottled
ezclujiVely by
A t. Louis, U. s.. A.

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aot scheduled to ap-
asium will have com-
platoon drill at 3:45
leld.
to Seize Foodstuffs
Nov. 29.-Commis-
ation White asserted
.tupe seized at the
the Italian plotters
ein~dicated that the
eize food intvarious
.ed States. The al-
society laid plans,
o make Boston the

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* Whitney - "The Whole
* Family."

Always Drink
Bevo Cold

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Majestic-"The Naughty Prin-
cess."

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nsey To Head Aggie Eleven
Lansing, Nov. 28.-Frank Ram-
Ludington, Mich., was yester-
ected captain of the Michigan
Itural college football eleven,
18. Ramsey played left end.
were awarded to 13 members
Aggie squad this afternoon.

SOFT COAL AND CLOUDS FORCE
CHICAGOANS TO USE LIGHTS
Chicago, Nov. 29.-Chicago's street
lighting bill Showed an unusual jump,
today as the result of a combination
of conditions that held the downtown
district in darkness virtually all day
yesterday.
Soot, caused by the use of soft coal,
lowlying clouds, which kept the soot
from rising and the absence'of wind
to disperse the clouds, forced the use
street lights throughout the day. For
two hours in the morning there was;
daylight of a gray, discouraged order.
On the board of trade it was found im-
possible to judge samples of grains
brought in. Artificial light will not
suffice for the purpose.

* Orpheum - Belle Bennett in
* "Ashes of Hope." Also Triangle
* comedy and weekly.
* iWuerth Jack Pickford and
* Louise Huff in "The Ghost House."
* Also Keystone comedy, "The Sul-'
* tan's Wife."

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Arcade--Jane
Spreading Dawn.
comedy.

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Honorable Friend."

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Use the Daily classified columns.

U. S. NOT TO CONFISCATE
MONEY OF BANK DEPOSITORS
Rumors have been voiced in several
communities in the nation, stating
that the government would in time
confiscate the money of depositors in
local banks, and Ann Arbor has also
heard these tales.
According to Secretary McAdoo, the
rumor -is absolutely groundless and
false. He says in part: "Among the
many and vicious rumors put into cir-
culation these days, probably through
pro-German influences, is one that the
United States proposes to confiscate
money on deposit in banks. These ru-
mors are wholly without foundation.
The government has no power to con-
fiscate the money of depositors in
bns:"

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LOST
ady's watch in brown leather
t on campus, near Physiology
g. Call12224.
FOR RENT
NT-We will have Dec. 1 a

Christmas
Don't delay your Vic-
trola Purchase. A short-
age of Victrolas is pos--
sible. So make your se-
lection early.

Victrola

A.

Prices from $20 to $400.
Anyone of them sold on
easy terms. Make every-
one home happy.

I.

TELL BROS.

116 S. MAN

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