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New Invention
Coneil of National Defense Has
Novel Craft Under Consid-
- eration
Plans for one of the strangest war
vessels ever proposed have been sub-
mitted to the council of national de-
fense, according to Popular Mechanics.
The craft is an enormous ocean-going-
water wheel that is intended to per-
form much the same service for the
navy as the British and French'
"tanks" have for the allied armies.
Although highly visionary and entirely
untried, it has a novel potential power
that draws attention.
It consists essentially of two big
connecting cylinders that are sup-
plied around their outer rims with ad-
justable paddles. The horizontal axis
offers space for a crew and is gyro-
scopically stabilized to support a
fighting mast. Opposite ends of the
axis are utilized as turrets for heavy
guns.
The motors are mounted on heavily
weighted sliding platforms on the eir-
cumference of the cylinders. As they
tend to climb the latter they impose
weight that revolves the cylinders and
drives the craft forward. By driving
the cylinders in opposite directions
the tank can be turned around quickly.
UNION COLLECTS
DATA ON HOSPITAL
Ann Arbor May Rave Reconstruction
Camp; Union Member
Visits Toronto

Official reports from campaign man-
agers show that $4,513 has been sub-
scribed to the Knights of Columbus:
war fund drive in Washtenaw county.
"University students have pledged
more than $250," stated the Right Rev-
erend Edward D. Kelly last night.
There are $463 worth of subscrip-
tions and pledges reported but not
.cashed in, according to the informa-
tion given out by Mr. Weatherbee,
treasurer of the fund. A detailed state-
ment of the student subscriptions is
expected Thursday night.
The amount collected in each town
in Washtenaw county was as follows:
Ann Arbor, $2,425; Northfield, $300;
Ypsilanti, $650; Dexter, $225; Chelsea,
$250; Manchester, $125; Miline and
Whitaker, $75.
UNION CONSTITUTION
CHANGES SUGGESTED
(Continued From Page Four)
transacting business concerning the
ensuing year.
VIII.-Meetings
Section 1. Annual Meeting. The an-
nual meeting of the members of the
Union shall be held on the second Sat-
urday in May. At such time, the Fin-
aiicial Secretary shall submit his re-
port for the year, and the President
shall report on the work and condi-
tion of the Union.

University Students
Detailed Statement
Subscriptions

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Suits and O'co
Tailored to your
individual Style

Pledge $250;
of Students'
Later

For your
Xmas Candles,
Cigars,
Kodaks,
Stationery and
Toilet Goods
Two Stores 324 S.State St.
1123 S. University Ave.

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FOR
EVERYTHING
ELECTRICAL
No Job too Small or too Large
WASHTENAW
ELECTRIC SHOP
"The Shop of Quality"
If it's not right le make it right
--PHONE 273-

Sweaters
K 4All wool Good
F FURNISHINGS
VARSITY TOGGERY
TRY OUR NEW KIND

6,000

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Peanut Butter Choc<
THEY ARE MADE DIFFERENT

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THE
Fountain of You

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Ann Arbor

117 .PkarI
Ypsilanti

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STOP AT
TUTTLES
338 MAYNARD
For Lunches and Sodas

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Michiganensian and
Appointment Commit-
tee Photographs
SWAIN
713 East University Ave-
Try our Chop Suey
Chinese and American Dishes

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Ann Arbor may have a government
reconstruction camp located here in
the future. With this possibility in
mind, a representative of the Union
recently made a visit to Toronto for
the purpose of investigating Hart
house, an institution similar to the
Union.
Hart house formerly occupied a
place on the campus of the Univer-
sity of Toronto like that occupied by
the Michigan Union, and, it has now
become an institution of re-education
and recreation work for disabled Can-
adian soldiers.
Wounded soldiers are sent from Que-
bec to the various convalescent hos-
pitals' in -Canada, many going to the
three hospitals in Toronto, and when
they become able to adapt themselves
to new vocations, they are given their
training in Hart house.
Here all sorts of appliances and ap-
paratus for the treatment'of paralysis
and stiffened joints are used to re-
educate the wounded.
The men are taught to use artificial
arms and legs. They learn to play
billiards, tennis and do other recrea-
tional work in spite of their injuries.
Entertainment is furnished in the
forn of moving pictures, theatricals.
reading and music.

WAI KING LOO
Joe Gin, Prop.

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314 S.State St.

Phone 1244-M

ain why we
ghest grade
-e equipped
mploy care-
A treat your

Radio Military
Wrist Watches
$425 to $21

cntaHE .° Streib

FountainPena
Waterman
and ConKdn

Section 2. Special Meetings. A
special meeting of the Union shall be
called: (a) whenever the Board of Di-
rectors may deem it necessary; (b) on
a petition presented to the Recording
Secretary, signed by at least twenty-
five members of the Union, stating tle
matter to be considered; provided,
however, that in either case ten days
notice shall be given to the members
of the Union.
Section 3. Notice of Meetings. The
Recording Secretary shall notify mem-
bers of the Union of every meeting,
annual or special, by posting notice of
such meeting on the Union bulletin
boards in University Hall and other
Campus buildings where practical, and
on the bulletin board in the club house,
at least ten days before such meeting.
Notice shall also be given in The Mich-
igan Daily in at least four issues dur-
ing the ten days preceding such a
'neeting.
Section 4. Quorum. Ten per cent
of the number of annual members
shall constitute a quorum at any meet-
ing of the Union, annual or special.
IX.-Dues
The dues' f r the coming summer
session and the annual club dues for
the ensuing year shall be prescribed
by the new Board of Directors at a
meeting held after the election of of-
ficers and before the close of college in
June. In case no action is taken by
the Board of Directors the amount of
the annual dues shall be the same as
that for the preceding year.
X.-Suspension and Expulsion
Any member of the Union may on
sufficient cause be suspended or ex-
pelled, by a vote of three-fourths of all,
the members of the Board of Directors.;
Before such action is taken, the Rec-
ording Secretary shall send to the
member a copy of the charges prefer-
red against him; and, at the request,
of this member, he shall have a hear-
ing before the Board of Directors.
Xg.-Magazine
A club magazine shall be issued at
such times as the Board of Directors

between one designer and another-not

STYLE IS THE DIFFERENG

between one price and another.

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lGo Home
tDressed

PLACE OF QUALITY

D. E. Grennan The-

CUSTOM TAILOR
606 East Liberty Street

LAUNDRY
5 294 No. Main St.
HER MICHIGAN MEN
IANKSGIVING BRIDES

following. wedding an-
ments were made during
ast week: Miss Grace Ellen
rd of Ann Arbor to Har-
rhompson Butts of Detroit,
Dean and Mrs. W. H. Butts,
took place on Thanksgiving day I
left the city to attend the wed-
shville, Tenn. Dean and Mrs.
nd are expected to return to-
w. Lieut. Abe Hart, '17, to Miss
Hart of Kansas City Mo.; and
lanche S. Patterson to Francis T.
'16E, at College Park, Md.
ies wishing student help dur-
hristmas vacation should list
work soon at the employment
Univ. Y. M. C. A.. Phone

U. 01 M. Jewelry
Schlanderer & Seyfried
Old Embezzlement Case Reopened'
Battle Creek, Dec. 4.-Charged with
embezzling more than $40,000 from
the Michigan Buggy company, Frank
B. Lay, Jr., and George T. Lay were to
go on trial before Circuit Judge Wal-
ter B. North today. They are to be
tried together.
The Michigan Buggy company was
a Kalamazoo organization, now de-
funct. The case was brought to Cal-
houn county on a change of venue.
The trial will probably terminate a'
litigation of several years, during,
which two men were convicted in cir-
cult court. The supreme court re-
versed the decision and a new trial
was called.
Why not do a little stopping
For a friendly bit of swapping?
Your friends will like the shopping'
From the Foster Hose of Art.-Adv.
Always-Daily ServlceAIWsR . -

Give Her One of Th
WHOT WHY, YOUR MOTHER, SISTER OR
SOMEONE ELSE'S SISTER

MAY

SEIZ E

SILVER

Coin

Bullion Scarcity Necessitates
Government Action

Washington, Dec. 4.-Government
acquisition of options on practically
the entire silver output of the United
States and the fixing of a standard
price, effective for one year, are the
ultimate' objects of treasury offiials
who held the first of a series of con-
ferences with western silver produe-
ers recently. Pressing needs of this
country and the Allies for coin silver
under abnormal war conditions is the
cause of the plan.

Handy, Delicious and E
"Y" and "E" Card Index
Recipes. Here's a gift tha
and will be really apprecia
recipes are "Like Mother
Make." Each is written c
The cards are filed behind
signpost guides. There a
cards for favorite recipes. (
ONE OF THESE OUTFITS.
away that clumsy, torn, tir
unsanitary cook-book.

Jewelers,
and optical

manufacturers -of dental
supplies, and other users'

1Oo )1F
VERTI~t

Teave Copy
at
students'
Supply Stre

will continue to receive a supply umn-
der a tentative government plan, prob-
ably at the standard price. Details'
of the arrangement are yet to be work-
ed out and officials emphasized the
fact that for the present the govern-
ment is interested mainly in obtaining
sufficient silver at a fair price for its

shall determine. One dollar ($1.00) of
the yearly dues paid by each member
shall be set aside to pay for a year's
subscription to this magazine. Life
members and participating life mem-
bers shall be considered life subscrib-
ers to the magazine.
XIL-Amendments
Amendments to this constitution, not
in violation of the Articles of Associa-
tion, may be adopted at any meeting
of the Union, annual or special, by a
two-thirds vote of the members pres-
ent, provided a quorum is present;
such amendments having been pub-
lished with the notice of the meeting.
C. C. ANDREWS,
Recording Secretary.

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THE MAYER-SCHAIRER
112 S. MAIN STREET

U. of M. RESTAURANT
Quick, Polite
SERVICE
Special Meals at all Hours

WANTED
ED - A good salesman who
es to make some money solicit-
for an excellent proposition.
live wires considered, Address

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FOR SALE

cal

'o buy second hand cloth-
pay fair price. Phone
1 210 E, Hoover Ave
urnished room near cam-
Homan graduate student.
ox A, Daily.

FOR SALE-Fur set. Collar and cuffs
of Seal, for lady's coat or suit. 303
So. State St. Phone.545.
LOST.
LOST-ON Interurban, Sunday night,
pocket-book containing $20. Name
and address in same. Otto Scherer,
Jr., 1028 Martin Place.
LOST--Gold bracelet, Sunday at.
Wuerth Theatre. Name and date on
inside. Return to 333 E. Williams
St. Phone 917 M. Reward.
LOST-At Armory, gold wrist watch.
Name engraved on back. Call Mar-
jorie King, 781-R.
LOSW.-Ladies' white swea1er vest.

own and allied coinage needs and j
thereby to stabilize foreign exchange
conditions.
BEAUTY SHOP
Miss Mable Rowe. Shampooing,
Hairdressing, Chiropody, Manivuring,
open evenings .by appointment. 326'
N. Fifth Ave. 2402.-Adv.

-Boarders at 803 S. State
cooking. Girls dining room

Near to everyone
620 E. LIBERTY

Will there be a Victrola in
your Home this Christmas?
EASY TERMS
GRINNELL BROS.
116 SO. MAIN STREET

I
Scouts Sel lMany Liberty Bonds
Certified figures issued yesterday
regarding the Boy Scouts of America
campaign in the interest of the sec-
ond Liberty loan showed that the boys
had obtained 525,527 subscriptions,
totaling.$101,133,600. It was fan-
nounced that the treasury depart-
ment had asked the boys' organiza-
tion to participate in the next loanc
campaign, early in 1918. In the first
Liberty loan drive the boys raised
about $23,000,000.

You will enjoy
vacation much it
you are fitted ou
new suit when 3
home for
CHRIST\
An order place<
will be finished in
of time. We a
pressing and dry
ing.
A. F. Marq
CAM1PUS 7TAl]
.14F, Illbl
Dance at the Armory
day night, 9-12.-Adv.

The Fresh-I.
account book'

Use the Daily classified columns.

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