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TODY jMAY FORM COAL POOL
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TODAY
7:30 o'clock-Alpha Ns literary so-
® ciety meets in Alpha Nu rooms, Uni- ADVOCATES BELIEVE BETTER
versity hall. SERVICE MAY BE OBTAINED
7:30 o'clock - Prof. C. L. Meader BY GOVERNMENT RULE
speaks to Cosmopolitan club in Lane
hall on "Russia." i Washington, Nov. 29. -A national
7:30 o'clock-Baptist Guild social at coal pool may be put into efrect be-
Guild house, East Huron street. fore many weeks, as a war measure.
e !_Agitation has already been started to
t l j bring this about, and advocates of the
TOOROWi plan believe that maximum service
7 o'clock-Upper Room Bible class pan beoiedforatheaxomumer by
S meets at 444 South State street. an be obtained for the consumer by
placing the government in charge for
the duration of the war. -
Y ENLISTED MEN AT CAMP The scheme now contemplated calls
GRANT FAVOR UNIVERSAL for the establishment of large region-
SERVICE FOR YOUTHS OF 19' al pools which would make possible
the greatest degree of efficiency in dis-
Camp Grant, Rockford, Ill., Nov. 29. tributing coal to all sections of the
country. The fuel administration has
-Enlisted men in the eighty-sixth div- the power to adopt this course through
ision here voted in favor of universal the food control act. The government
military training for all young men can either commandeer mines and op-
who have reached 19 years of age. erate them, or purchase all the out-
The period of training as stated in put which they can pool, and then
the question was fixed at six months distribute.
although a number of the men who; Question of Sales Important
voted wrote on the ballots that , the The last plan is the one the gov-
time should be not less than one year. 'ernment will probably follow, as it is
The enlisted men at Camp Grant are satisfied that operators will provide
men who have been here for a period maximum output if the transportation
of three months having come to the facilities are adequate. The question
j camp through the workings of the!of sales and redistribution is the most
selective service system. important.
That the system would mean a Operators in the bituminous fields of
world of good for the men themselves the central district have already form-
was the general opinion and was back- ed a pool voluntarily. This system
ed by the fact that the voters were has the sanction of the fuel admin-
? men of civilian life only three months istration, but a government pool would
ago, and know at first hand the enorm- be better, as then operators would be
Aca- ous benefits that come to men through relieved of any chance of being faced
military training.I The other reason with a violation of the anti-trust law.
for the decided vote was that the coun- It would also safeguard operators
aeons try needs such a provision and it will against damages where it was found
make the future defense of American necessary to abrogate contracts to
ideals a compartively easy matter. bring about a proper distribution of
_ output.
1i President to Investigate
OR THANKSGIVING President Wilson has given personal
tttio to th mattr. as has also

Phone 152-W

NICKELS ARCADE

WE SUPPLY EVERY STUDENTS'
Sheehan & C
Ann Arbor
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Choice Iiits From.
College Exchanges
Purdue university will have a pow-
erful basketball team this year, ac-
cording to the Purdue Exponent. Only
one man of last year's team was lost
through graduation.
Vanderbilt university has establish-
ed an honor board to administer the
rules of the honor system. All re-
ported cases of violation of the regula-
tions will be heard by the board.

THIS ARRIC
WEEK DETROIT
CLIFTON CR
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Spreading Dawn," anc
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ATLAS
After almost endl
new heating plant
Our patrons will n
fortable.

ARCADE JEWELER

Jazz music will be an innovatioi
the musical programs of the Uni
sity of Washington's Glee club
certs. An eight piece jazz band
accompany the club on its tour.
Pittsburg university will not c
the football championship of the
this year because several eastern
versities are not playing formal I
ball.

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ORSE'S.

We have just

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d., en61I Lon o eld L , a ~
the interstate commerce commission,
because of the danger of an actual coal
famine. Men who are in favor of gov-
ernment control of the coal situation,
say that it would have to be followed
by the control of railroads if the war
continues another year, and that the
greatest good can be accomplished if
action is taken at once.
R4ecreation makes for Efficiency.
"We try to treat you right." Huston
Bros.-A dv. tf.
Patronize Our Advertisers.-Adv.
For Your Victrola,

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Iowa State university has added a
course in jiu jitsu to its physical
training curriculum. The jiu jitsu
used in trench warfare is being taught.
Ten war nims are being circulated
throughout the state of Wisconsin by ,
the state University. They are a part
of the extensioi course.
Five hundred dummy guns are be-
ing made by the University of Kansas
for the military training corps. Special
saws and machines have been install-
ed for the work.
Harvard will probably not publish
its Senior Album for two years be-
cause of the conservation movement's
influence. Proceeds from the Red
Book have been turned over to the
Liberty bond sum.

Flowers
Plants
Ferns

Clothes Service

ind at The Lutz Clothing Store. See
west and most up-to-date ideas in
hings.
lothing,by inspecting the famous

ADLER - ROCHESTER'

Brown university subscribed
to the "Y" war fund.
DELINQUENTS FROM DETRO:
AT CAMP CUSTER FAILED
RECEIVE OFFICIAL NO

nd Overcoat. See the English Walking
:he French rmodel. And the one-piece back
These Clothes are of superior quality and
ly shown by us.

3

Battle Creek, Nov.
from Detroit's contri

A RECORD-LITE
Ornamental, Practical
Serviceable

SPECIAL

STARTING SATURDAY, DEC. 1ST

3 DAY SHIRT SPECIAL

Men's Dress Shirts of this season s patterns at reduced prices and ex-
nally large variety.

How often in playing your
Victrola you have wished
for a stronger light that you
could better see to place the
needle or set the automatic
stop.
The Record-Lite gives you
all the light you want-just
at the time you want it-for
as long as you want it-and
exactly where it is needed.
All danger of scratching the
record and improper setting
of the automatic stop is elim-
inated. Nickel finish, $3.50.
Gold finish, $4.00.
Schaeberle
&.Son
MUSIC HOUSE

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ter, each da
carloads of
al misunder
the delays in
men were ci
away fromL
not receive
reach Camp
At first th
selects look
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trit men from appearing so
the camp.
Exempted Men Raise Fund
Exempted men from Wa
county have raised a fund of $1
used to give drafted men of th
ty Christmas remembrances.

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value ..............$ 98

value ........... .

1.29
1.49
1.69

2.50 value .. .
3.50 Silk value ...
5.00 Silk value ...
6.00 Silk value ..

2.19
2.98
4.45
5.39

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KINSEY KO
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