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WalkOverIHIGAN PRESSORS ANNOUNCE CHANGES Choice Cut Flowers and Plants
W a___-____er___SPEAK ON PATRIOTISM IN PHARMACY COLLEGE A Specialty, M ade o f Corsage Bouquets
OUr NATIONAL SECURITY LEAGUE 1 IT PROF. A. B. STEVENS TO SUCCEED
iDvo 'CLUDES THEM IN PRO- DEAN J. O. SCHLOTTER- Cousins & Hall UN1. ASE.
tf fDeon 1GRAN BECK
The National Security league, a With the reopening of the College lembers of the Florists Telegraph L elbry Association
country wide organization offeri ; of Pharmacy, two important changes
Aea series of patriotic addresses, 1a3 in the faculty of that college were an-
regular thorougbrd included in its campaign for patriot- nounced. Prof. A. B. Stevens succeeds
ism through education for the Mich- the late Dean J. O. Schlotterbeck, and
Comes also in Brown igan section, a number of vital and Dr. Henry Kraemer of the Philadelphia
Russia, Koko Brown important lectures by University pro- College of Pharmacy, has accepted an
Cordovan Style 939 fessors. appointment as professor of phar- To the Public:
$700 to$900 Prof. William A. Hobbs, chairman macognosy.Do not violate the city ordinances and expect to get off without
of the Ann Arbor branch and member Dr. Stevens has been a member of paying the penalty. Your attention is particularly called to the fol-
of the national executive commi'ce the faculty for nearly a quarter of 'a lowing:
of the organization, delivered an ad- century. Do not ride bicycle on the sidewalks within the city.
[k- v er B o o t S h o p dress at Imlay City yesterday, the Dr. Kraemer was professor of bot- Do not play ball in the streets.
occasion being Patriotic Day at the any and pharmacognosy in the Phila- Do not tack signs on telephone or telegraph poles.
115 S. Main Street Lapeer county fair. Governor ".ieep- delphia College of Pharmacy for sev- Do not keep a dog unless licensed. Bull dogs must be muzzled
er also was present. Friday Prof ss- eral years. even if on a chain.
or Hobbs is scheduled to speak at Do not drive taxi or dray without a license.
Tecumseh and . Sunday at Mason a Do not open muffler on your machine. No vehicle shall cross any
similar gatherings. W aco En ivened thoroughfare or make any turn thereon at a greater speed than ten
Patrintic and other. organizatios acomiles per hour. No vehicle shall be parked at any time within twenty-
Iariicadote,'Taiaposfive feet of any fire hydrant. No person shall operate an automobile,
Clothnthroughout the state are taking rV motorcycle, or other motor vehicle on any street or public highway in
Men's Clothing Section vantage of the liberal offer of the Na- the business and closely built up portion of the corporation at a
(Ground Floor Annex) tional Security league. Arrangements greater speed than ten miles an hour, or on any street or public high-
New Stores and Theaters Open for way elsewhere in the corporation, or on any park driveway, at a
and next week we have arranged a special exhibit of smart may be made for the delivery of any of Convenience and Amusement greater rate of speed than fifteen miles an hour.
new models in the following addresses without other
compensation than the reimbusement of Sldiers THOMAS O'BRIEN,
ung M en's F all Suits of the lecturer's traveling expensesgA Ci of ann Abo, M
form Ann Arbor. Michigan troops of the new national Ct fAnAbr ih
By Dr. Claude H. Van Tyne, Pro- army in training at Waco, Tex., are
leverness in design, a smartness in make-up and fineness of fso fHsoyi h nvriybigtetdrylyb h iir
A must appeal to lovers of correct dress. livery suit is splen- fessor of History in the University being treated royally by the citizens__________________________________________
d, a masterpiece of the tailor's art, and they are great values, of Michigan, "Why We Are at War of the vicinity. They furnish them
with Germany." amusement in their spare time by
Prices Ranging from $1,9.50 to $35.00 By. Dr. Edward R. Turner, Profess- opening new theaters, where even
of European History in the University standing room sells at a premium; by
of Michigan, "The Causes of the War," introducing them to one bevy of
B arber, "What the War Means to the Ameri- southern beauties after another, and T h A rcade Shop
can P eople," "T he G reat W ar and the by opening additional stores for th eirTMn n i tes av i.noay
.'Manner in Which the Germans Have conivenience. Todn ay
Carried it On," "German Methods- Before the advent of the troops Opens
" ° Belgium, Zeppelins, Sub-marines," Waco was what might be called an
C o1slih us in"Democracy vs. Autocracys".n average southern city. Everybody took Modern and Sanitary Individual Service
By Dr. William A. Frayer, Assistant life easy. There was no hustle and
Professor of History in the University rushing which characterizes a north-
of Michigan, "Democracy vs. Auto- ern town of the same size. Shopkeep-
cracy: Why the Defeat of Germany is ers spent the sultry afternoons talk-
through our immense stock of Rugs and Furniture Vitally Necessary to America," "Ger- ing over prospects for the cotton crop ONAT ' Gu.NG C U R T IS
many's Responsibility for the World or the acts of the city council. Even
ill soon observe that our goods are typical of the War: A Few of the Most Startling prosperous business men would sit TODAY Hand lu It
Proofs Selected from the Mass ofTIS
that is manufactured, in all the very latest designs Evide ce d " rm Militas a complacently behind their desks and 2:30 o'clock-Michigan-Case game
talk over topics of the day with bust- on Ferry field.
d finishes. At prices that are very reasonable. English Navalism: Which Do You ling salesmen from northern climes. 7 o'clock-Upper Room Bibl class
Prefer?" "How the German Empire is On the main street the cars went meets at 444 South State street.
Governed: The Medieval Character of leisurely along on their 15-minute TOMORROW Plain and Non-skid Tread
rtesy Efcency Service the Imperial Constitution Historically schedule. 3 o'clock-Freshman meeting at the Built By
Explained," "The Good and Bad Qua - But Waco of today is a changed Michigan Union.
Mates of German KusinThe Two town. This is not only because there 7:30 o'clock-George W. Coleman V ULCANIZED
Master Builders oef Prussian Auto- are two soldiers to. every citizen, but speaks at Methodist church.
cracy: Frederick the Great and his- also because many friends of the sol- U-NOTICES PRODUCTS
marck: Their ContriDe utions to the diers and families of the officers are All cross-country men are requested
V A R T IN HB W A L L E Ryl Great German eHsion." - in town as well as men who, seeing to turn out for practice from 3 to 6 C©
ByRUGo o . Gelyinm he U sit ofss the increased business opportunities, o'clock this afternoon on Ferry field.
MURE RUGS DRAPERIESr g he uk rs o- have moved in with their families. Members of the Varsity band will Mgo ch.
Michigan, "The Outlook for Demo- Naturally the place is booming. Many meet at 2 o'clock today in front of
Would it Be?" "The 'Blonde Beast' in new places of business have opened, University hall. Full uniform must
____________house and room rent has nearly dou- be worn.
R T E D e . bled, the street cars run on a six-m-ciPILGRIM MAGAZINECONTAINS
M Lor anize Girls'ppeeClut town is busy from morn until late at ADVICE FOR FRESHMAN CLASS E nginoorsl
III ? Il rnvrii More than 20 girls appeared for the _______________
WORK ON FERRY. I 1fELLVGirls' Glee club first tryouts yesterday night. and there are always crowds on
- afternoon, and former members ex- the streets. The October number of the Pilgrim
Epressed themselves as completely sat- a monthly magazine published by theatr
prseteslvsacmlteyst-atyoullned"ll,
EN FORM LINE AT GYMNASIUM isfied with the new material. PROF. L. WATERMAN TO START nmes' club of the Congregationaicle by Rev.m
AND MARCh TO FERRY About eighteen of the girls E UE E ES UNA hrcntisaatcebyR.
__tc sLloyd 'Douglas entitled "Heart to
FIELD who sang in the Glee club last year PrsuLryppelaies einaHer wt heFesmn
____have returned, and seem to be enthus- Prof. Leroy Waterman will begin a Heart with the Freshmen.'Supisiatcaotisrsetsfrhsya.sresflcuesn"TeMkgof r.D gasaespanmbrf
hav reurnd, ndsee tobe nths-series of lectures on "The Making of Mr. Douglas takes up a number of
Active work in military drill and Miss Hunt ofthe University School of the New Testament" at 9:30 o'clock the important subjects relative to
training commenced at 4:30 o'clock Music will continue as directress. Sunday morning in the Guild house, first year men and gives some very We have Drawing
yesterday afternoon on Ferry field un- Helen Camins, '18, is president of the of the First Baptist church. The substantial advice. He declares that
der Lieut. G. C. Mullen of the United club, lectures will be given every Sunday primarily these new men should be Sets,
EABODY& CO IN' States army. Approximately 1,600 Plans for this year are not announc morning until the course is finished. serious and make it their first and
AfAKERS students, forming 200 squads, drilled ed as yet, but officers of the club pro- Everybody is invited to attend. highest business to do the work of Slide Rules, and
on Ferry field until darkness called mise an entertaining program. the University. Freshmen are said

DANCING a halt. Tryouts will be held again during Rural School Teachers Meet in Dexter to be enjoying the privileges of high- everything you nee
ckard Academy every The men assembled outside of Wa- the early part of next week. Rural school teachers of Dexter and er education at a time when men are
'hursday evenings, 7:30 terman gymnasium in their respective surrounding district, will meet in con- shedding blood and treasure for their
ping October 8th. Also squads and marched down to the field High shoes at low prives. S. O. vention today in the high school build- sake. They should be preparing them- Lits Laws, Medics!
modern dancing. Ad- where they were instructed in a few Davis, 119 S. Main.-Adv. ing at Dexter. Two conventions are selves for later service in a world
ouple 50c; single 25c. military principles by Lieutenant to be held later, one at Manchester, under reconstruction. and all others will
ns by appointment.-- Mullen. The "Standard Loose Leaf Note on Oct. 19, and the other at Chelsea, Mr. Douglas is a firm believer that find just what
tf. Books, at Wahr s.-Adv. on Nov. 9. a freshman should be a freshman.they5w
__-_B___,_t___r'sAd_."Do not talk much about your former they want
Cas copon sae % on all pur-
ns, all the best makes, chases. 0O. Davis. 119 5. Main.- Dancing at Armory every Saturday Continue to Take Orders for Shrubs exploits," he says. "High school here
dv. Adv, . night-9 to 12.-Adv. In the city beautifying campaign, badges on one's waist coat and LT.
2,000 shrubs have already been sold of M. stickers on one's baggage are a
this fall by the Ann Arbor Civic hissing and a byword. Don't try to WE ARE THE ONLY
association and orders will continue evade freshman duties or worry your-
to be taken until Oct. 15. R. E. Bas- self sick over freshman humiliation. T U U E N TS
.sh len G reetin g s:set, secretary of the local association, Get acquainted with your class-mates. U
hGnhas charge of this work. Don't be chummy with seniors. Your
people are expecting you home for
ome you to our midst. We have seen many job-or no pay. toph r e ecting you he ford
me and go. We have been here 12 long There is only one real Kodak Shon in Ann Arbor There is always an opportunity to Christmas vacation. Read all the good
ving Michigan Men and Women. Several and that is LYNDON'S-719 N. University SAve., 2 increase your business through Daily literature. 1111 S. UNIVERSITY AVE.
ve tried to serve you in the same capacity doors from the Hill Auditorium, at the sign of the advertising. Try it.-Adv. "Strive for culture, and cultivate
have failed. While they have made failures, Kodak-right on the Campus-just north of the Law your soul," says Mr. Douglas. "Form
chpiade uceesand ntnow u as we rr.are ea oentering Building. (s.10,goigee ic)yu
ihdo yes, e ant ou, M Freshmntong BBass Soloist wanted for church pos- the habit of going to church. Select Officers' Uniforms amt accessories
d RIGHT. We want you to know our bust- (Est 1905, growing evr de Theatre ition. Call 312 S. Division, Phone some one place for worship and be- G. H. Wild & Co., Strae Street.-Adv
policy, our value to you as. a student and in 212-J-Adv. come regular in attendance."f
s we want you to realize now what Pictures P. S.-Open every evening until 9 o'clock-but you
e days meant to every student-what a can drop your film after hours in the chute and
of Ph ography means to a man through well take care of it next day
own an think it over and resolve to start Here's some good news:-We have 9000 Eastman
een a collection. Start now to find by in- gKodak to rent for only 10c per day. Also some bar- To[il~J ' 1 'U ~ 'A l c
er o dbyKodks rt r 0p ah a HENICKELS ARCADE CAFETEI
iy personal observation who should do your gains in slightly used Kodakcs as wel as al the new sin--hoha heKoakan inshng onsinstck OrLimsar festhyRont e
ishing-who has the Kodak and Finishing ones-in stock. Our films are fresh, they don't get
f this new home of yours. stale 'round here. in the NICKELS ARCADE
:e you to come in and get acquainted with See our line of albums.
t and busiest Exclusive Kodak Shop in Come in and get acquainted. I'll have some Rush OPEN S TH IS W EEK
-and remember that we guarantee every and Football Pictures for you roon.
Lyndon WHERE CLEANLINESS IS 'PARAMOUNT

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