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CELEB6ATED BY

'Gen. ' Darnall
And Staff Seek
Girls for Dance

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SPECIAL DECEMBER NUMBER
CONTAINS ARTICLES IN
KEEPING
Michigan's oldest publication will
celebrate its thirtieth anniversary to-
morrow, when the December number
of the Michigan Technic appears on.
the campus.
Five articles beside the regular de-
partments are listed in the contents.
The leading article deals with the his-
tory of the Technic since its first ap-
pearance in 1887, and contains letters
from alumni who have worked on the
magazine, giving many interesting de-
scriptions of the Technic of previous
years.
Article on Photo Surveying
"Photo Surveying," by R. S. Winton,
deals with the use of instruments now
necessary in military engineering. Mr.
Winton worked near the equator with
a party of Jesuits in experimental
work, and writes of his experiences.
Other contributions are "Duluth's
Private Observatory," by J. H. Dar-
ling, '73E; "Tests of a Small Engine-
generator Set," by Professor J. E.
Emswiler, and "Benjamin Henry La-
trobe," by Professor S. Fiske Kimball
of the Architectural department.
The origin of the Technic may be
found in the old papers on engineer-
ing subjects which were Sprinted by
phe Engineering society, and distrib-
uted among the members of that or-
ganization.
Records Published
In 1883, these papers were published
in book form as "Engineering Society
Selected Papers." Among those who
presented papers were: Dean M. E.
Cooley, and Prof. J. B. Davis, '68, all
of the Engineering college, and C. E.
Loeffler, and Prof. E. T. Loeffier, pres-
ent professor of dental therapeutics.
In 1887, the magazine was named the
Michigan Technic, and was issued an-
nually thereafter for some time. Later
it was published semi-annually, and in
1912, the large amount of material re-
sulted in monthly issues. Since 1914,
it has been published quarterly.
In 1901, the Technic lost in a strug-
gle fr existence, caused by the nation-
wide panic at the time of the Spanish-
American war.
Offices of the Technic are located in
rooms 269-271 in the new engineering
building, where they were established
the early part of the year.
Rooms Secured in 1911
The Technic first had its ,own offices
in 1911, when, through efforts of

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Somewhere in Ann Arbor, Mich.,
December 5, 1917.
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
Ann Arbor, Mich'.,
Dear Bob:
For the love of Mike, please help a
couple of old seniors to get a couple
of new, fresh, "peppy" girls for a
dance. We're tired of taking girls
we've known. for a long time, and
want to give some of the other girls a
chance. We've spent our money for
Liberty bonds and Y. M. C. A. War
funds, and so can't afford to enter this
as a paid advertisement, but if you
can come across with the goods, you
have our thanks, (and maybe we'll
introduce you to a dozen or so of the
applicants we expect to hear from.)
Please find enclosed our recruiting
advertisement.
Hopefully yours,
(Signed) GENERAL GOODTYME,
Alias Joe Darnall.
(Signed) MAJOR I. SPARKLE,
.Alias Ted Squire, Adj.

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PREVENT COLDS BY WEARING
Duofold
HEALTH UNDERWE\AR NOTHING LI
The layer of soft cotton on .tho inside is' soothing to
The layer of fine wool on the outside is warm and c:
The air space between the two layers of fabric venti
garment and lets the body breathe. The outside wool al
from the inside cotton and drys it. It keeps the garmei
and dry-never feels wet or sticky like an all cotton sui
DUOFOLD- provides Warmth, Comfort and Health
much colds and sickness.
Yet it is a comparatively light weight garment!
Come in-we'll gladly show you.
SOCIETY BRAND AND HICKEY FREEMAN CL

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have signed the pledge.
r was held recently at
ta State university, in
ith the North Dakota-Ag-
ncluded a parade through
streets, a forty-five min-
for begging dinners, fol-
eed in the woods, and a
on the athletic field in
jay be worn all the time,
by Columbia men taking
ining, according to an-
by Captain Williams.

Dean Cooley, rooms
the old engineering

were secured in
building. They

W I Tie-up scraps have been inaugur-
ated by the student council at'Penn
State university. The robject of the
scrap is for the opposing sides to tie
r j up as many of their opponents as pos-
sible, in as many five minute periods
nges as are required to get all the contest-
ants tied. Fifty men from each class
- will take part in the struggle.

consisted of the room formerly occu-
pied by ex-Secretary Bird of the en-
gineering college, and the vault of the
main office adjoining. Shortly after-
wards, a set of office furniture was in-
stalled.
In 1914, the Technic moved from
these quarters to the Engineering so-
ciety room in the new building, and
petained these offices until the early
part of 'the present year.
On account of recent developments,
the Technic has undergone a complete
reorganization. The magazine was
formerly a collection of lectures, now
,it contains both instructive items and
department columns.
TARTAR RtPUBLIC ESTABLISHED
IN CRIMEA, REPORTS TIMES

WANTED-Two girls, for two young
men to take to a fraternity dance.
Requirements: Must be good looking,
respectable, members of the Caucasian
race. Must be between the ages' of
17 and 22, must weigh more than 100
and less than 130 pounds, and must
be over five feet and less than five feet
and eight inches tall. May be either
brunette or blonde. T.he young men
extending the invitation are seniors in
the University, good dancers, 'not es-
pecially hard to look at, and congenial
conversatlonalists, as well as possess-
ing numerous other qualifications. Due
to the exigencies of the war, the two
young men, who are enlisted, wish to
give all the lonely young ladies ful-
filling the above requirements a chance
to enjoy a recreational evening. The
dance is scheduled to begin at nine
o'clock Friday evenng, Dec. 7.
All applicants please call Major
Sparkle, 921, Thursday evening, be-
tween 5:30 and 7 o'clock.
AUSTRIAN'BREAK MEANS
NO CHANGE[I RELATIOS
STATE OF HOVILITIES EXISTS
ALREADY DUE TO GER-
MANY
Washington, Dec. 5.-Declaration of
war with Austria-Hungary involves
little readjustment of affairs be-
tween the United States and the dual
monarchy, because the state of war
which congress is about to declare
actually exists.
There have been no such number of
depredations on American lives and
rights by Austrian military forces as
has been the case with Germany, but
Austria as the willing or unwilling
ally of Germany has gradually come
into a position where officials of the
American government have realized
more and more that she must be In-
cluded with Germany as an enemy.
Series of Unfriendly ,Acts
There have been no outstanding
overt acts on the part of Austria
against the United States; there have
been rather a series of acts short of
being classed as causes of war.
They go back to the beginning of the
European war.
Long before former Ambassador
Dumba was uncovered and sent home
as an instigator of strikes in American
manufacturing plants, the government
had evidence that the Austrian diplo-
matic and consular service was being
used in this country for Germany's
warlike purposes.
Austrians Act as Spies,
The German spy system in the Unit-
ed States today Is known to be man-
ned largely by subjects of Austri
Hungary, many of them members of
.the Industrial Workers of the World,
and the recent attempts of that or-
ganization to hamper the govern-
pnent's war purposes are known by
the department of justice to be trace-
able to the German system.
The Fresh-Lit. that picked up the
"account book" in the Floral Shop,
Nickels' Arcade, Friday night, please
return it at once.-Adv-.

should be ordered at once.

rush is already on. Fine selection at
THE MAYER-SCHAIR
STATIONERS, PRINTERS, BIr\

112 S. Main Street

ITest our Men's S.

Cousins & Hall uN
Members of the Florists' Telegraph Delivery Ass
Those Personal
Christmas C

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Flowers
For All Purposes

Don't wait too long.

Then you will know why so
many men buy their shoes
here.
Expect better shoes and better
shoe values here than you can
obtain anywhere else, and
you will not be disappointed.

a penalty for dishonesty in class
three students at the University
insas will be required to complete:
xtra hour for graduation.
erlin will have its usual spring
tics, although they will not be as
tsive as in past years.
N OBTAINABLE AT ANGELL
OUSE FOR 55 CENTS A SKEIN

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of

GROSS & DIET:
119 E. WASHINGTON ST.

Yarn is now obtainable at Angell
house on Wednesday mornings and af-
ternoons at a cost per skein of 55

I Mrs. Imogene Reilly will distribute
the yarn and supervise the knitting
I class Wednesday mornings, while
r Mrs. W. B. Pillsbury will act in this
capacity on Wednesday afternoons.
Finished garments should be handed
1 in to either Mrs. Pillsbury or Mrs.
Reilly on Wednesdays only.
t Dance at the Armory every Satur-
day night, 9-12.-Adv.

London, Dec. 4.-The establishment
of a Tartar republic in the Crimea is
announced, according to the Petro-
grad correspondent of the New York
Times, who adds that details are un-
known. In this connection the corre-
spondent refers to the declaration of
independence made by the Caucasus
.and the secession of Siberia. He de-
clares it is difficult to say where the
process of disintegration will end. It
appears to cause little concern to the
politicians in power who are wholly
absorbed in the peace program.
Actuarial Society to Meet Tonight
Meeting of Actuarial society will
be held at 7:30 o'clock Thursday eve-
ning in room 401, Mason hall. All
members, and especially new initiates:
are urged to be present. -
Daily advertisers cater to Daily'
readers.-Adv..

SOCIETE DES INSTRUMENTS
ANCIENS TO APPEAR IN YPSI
Societe des Instruments Anciens will
appear at 8 o'clock Friday evening,
Dec. 7, in Pease auditorium, Ypsilanti,
under the auspices of the Normal con-
cert course.
- The Societe has gathered together
the various violins most used during
the seventeenth and eighteenth cen-
turies, and has striven to reconstruct
the ensemble of sounds which were

PROFESSOR S.
BEFORE

Prof. I. Leo Sharfman of
mics department will spew
Zionist society at 7:30 o'clo
in room P-162 Natural Scie
ing on some phases of Zior
Reports of the amount o
the Zionist fundcollected o
pus, will be made at this me
students interested in the
are reested to attend this

Leave Copy
at
Students'

employed by the composers of that
period. The quartet consists ofD
Maurice Hewitt, quinton; Eugene Dub- DRAFTED MEN LACI
ruille, viole de gambe; Henri Casade- CLOTHING, SO C
sus, viole d' amour; Maurice Devil-
liers, basse de viole; Madame Regime Washington, D. C., I
Patorni, clavecin. . there is not enough w
Tickets can be procured frpm Mr. permit the next incre:
Frederick Alexander at the Normal men to be called unde
college, or at the box office of Pease draft being taken into
auditorium. Single admission is $1.50, service while the wea
season seats are $2.50. cold, the date of their g
has been postponed u
AVIATION SECTION TO RECRUIT , part of March.
10,000 SKILLED MECHANICS

WANTED
ay at WANTED-Boarders at
late on Home cooking. Girls

A Anywhere* I the U. S. will
I you 11nd the VICTROLA

803 S.
dining

State
room

-To buy second hand cloth-
[1 pay fair price.APhone
all 210 E. Hoover Ave

Will there be a Victrola in
your Home this Christmas?

A recruiting campaign to enl
000 skilled mechanics in the a
section of the signal corps ha
] started. Training will be given

G * H. D '116
Grinnel Bros. So. Main St.

EASY

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