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December 08, 1917 - Image 6

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LRMY SHOE
Regulation
IUNSON LAST

HUM
COACH
Tlraek

TIONAL SPOHTS
FARRELL DRIVES
PUPILS IN )AILY GRIND

There will be no hike tomorrow aft-
ernoon for the men in the military
companies under Lieut. George C. Mul-
len.

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Price $7.00

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With the regular track season not
far away, Coach Steve Farrell is send-
ing his pupils through snappy prac-
tices daily.
With Michigan's return to the Con-
ference the coach realizes that com-
petition will be much keener this year
than it has ever been before. To win
from such strong teams as Minnesota,
Chicago, and Illinois Steve realizes
that he must not only have an abun-
dance of good material but that every
man must work daily in order to be
in the best of condition.
The determination with which the
men are going into the work, and the
number .of candidates that have been
out for practice daily, show that there
is much interest in the coming track
season.
About 15 Varsity candidates were
out yesterday and went through the
usual routine of work; most of the
time being spent in short, snappy
dashes, and as yet no records have
been taken of these practice events, al-
though Steve seems wellsatisfied with
the results. While the distance men
have not broken any records thus far,
they have been steadily at work and
by Christmas should be in excellent
condition.
COMMITTEE ON JUNIOR GIRLS'
PLAY NEEDS MORE SCENARIOS
Plots Submitted so Far Said Not to
Measure Up to Class
Ability
"The talent of the junior girls is
not being exerted on the Junior Girls'
play to the fullest extent," said Emily
Powell, '19, chairman of the committee
yesterday. "A very fine play is ex-
pected of the class of 1919 and we
think we can produce it."
The scenarios for the play are to be
submitted to Emily Powell by 7 o'clock
tonight at Newberry residence. It is
expected that the judges will have
about ten scenarios to work upon.
These judges are Dean Myra B. Jor-
dan, Prof. John R. Brumm, Emily
Powell and Doris MacDonald, '19.
The accepted scenario will be submit-
ted to the class for approval as soon
as possible.
Lyrics and catchy songs are now in
order. All those interested in writ-
ing sonnets or perpetuating their
name in the music score are request-
ed to speak to Emily Powell or Hazel
Beckwith, '19, of the music committee.
PETITIONS ASK THAT LIEUT.
G. C. MULLEN BE RETAINED
(Continued from Page One)
sued with tact but unerring purpose
his resolve to produce from the corps
a highly trained military body per-
meated by a commendable esprit de
corps. We here bear witness for our
respect for him as officer and gentle-
man who is moved neither by fear nor
favor, but solely by the spirit of ser-
vice and responsibility.
Express, Regret
"We learn with profound regret that
he has been superseded in command of
the corps, for we feel that his removal
at this time with the work of organiza-
tion but partially completed, would
result in disappointment and discour-
agement of his officers who loyally
support him and in a general demoral-
ization of the corps itself. We sincere-
ly hope that the authorities of the Un-
iversity will spare no effort to have
him reinstated in a position which he
has filled with credit to himself and
to the entire satisfaction of his com-
mand."
Drillers' Petition
Seven hundred and eighteen stu-

dents taking military drill signed the
following petition:
"We, the undersigned, respectfully
petition you to retain Lieutenant Mul-
len as commandant of the cadet
corps. We are anxious to train our-
selves to be of the most benefit to our
country - and have absolute faith in
Lieutenant Mullen."
Names Omitted From Committees
Owing to an oversight, three names
were omitted from senior literary com-
mittee appointments as announced yes-
terday. Those omitted are: Donald
Wilson, to serve on the banquet com-
mittee; Mildred Mighell, to 'serve on
the social committee;- and George W.
Keller , to serve on the promenade
committee.
The Fresh-Lit. that picked up the
"account book" in the Florai Shop,
Nickels' Arcade, Friday night, please

More than 350 applications for the
fifth ordnance course, which will prob-
ably start in January, have been re-
ceived by Prof. J. A. Bursley. No
additional applications will be con-
sidered for the January course.
One hundred notifications of ac-
ceptance to the fifth ordnance course
were sent out by Prof. J. A. Bursley
Thursday afternoon. The notifications
are subject to change, if Professor
Bursley deems it absolutely neces-
sary.
One hundred and eight ordnance men
will graduate from the fourth army
stores methods course on Wednesday,
Dec. 12. The men will have the choice
of enlisting and going direct to an
arsenal, or waiting until after Christ-
nas and being inducted into the
ordnance department of the army.
The ordnance men in the fourth
course are working from 7 o'clock in
the morning until 9:15 o'clock at night
in order to shorten the term three
days. The men are working
every Saturday afternoon.
Steamer Ar al Wrecked Off Japan
San Francisco, Dec. 7.-The steamer
Arial, Manila to San Francisco, has
been wrecked off the coast of Japan.
according to a wireless dispatch re-
ceived yesterday by the marine de-
partment of the chamber of commerce.
The Arial was owned by Hind, Rolph
& Co., of this city.
Grand Rapids has Traffic Semaphores
Grand Rapids, Dec. 7.-New traffic
semaphores have been put in use here
to enable officers to handle the streams
of vehicles more easily. The signals
have mirrors attached to each side so
that the operator can see traffic com-
ing from two directions.
Dance at the Armory every Satur-
(lay night, 9-12.-Adv.

j TODAY
I 1 o'clock-Freshmen meet at flag
pole for bag scrap; sophomores meet
in front of Tappan halt.
7 ()'clock-Upper Room Bible class
meets at 444 South State street.
7.30 o'clock-Bayonne club meets at
Michigan Union.
7:30 o'clock-Craftsman club meets
in Masonic Temple.
8:30 o'clock--Camp Davis (lance at
Packard academy.
TOMORROW
3 o'clock-Mixer at Michigan Union.
4 o'clock-Bible class meets at 444
South State street.
7:30 o'clock-Bishop T. S Henderson
speaks in Hill auditorium.
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Dance at the Armory every Satur-
day night 9-12,-Adv.

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""one Pry" Dill Introduced In
Washington, Dec. 7.-Reps
tive Randali, of California, ha.
duced a bill to make the nation
tal "bone dry." The recent I
tion law did not prohibit the it
Lion of liquor for personal use.

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is afternoon. The totalI
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3.00 Trousers ' 2.49
3.50 Trousers 2.98
4.00 Trousers . 3.39
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prefer them we can supply similar styles in
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