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Eabrics in the
clothes are on
ifford to over-
Others on 5 Rolls
sooner than others.
and Group Pictures
;" Army Shirts, and
also those wonderful
TS" in Black and
Arrangements have been made by
the Michigan Union for the following
holiday party rates on the Michigan
East: .2:39 o'clock, Buffalo party
rate $6.98, including tax. Rochester
party rate $8.37, including tax. Al-
bany party rate $13.91, including tax.
The soecial rate to Albany will be
made only in case there is a sufficient
number signing up. Students leaving
for Boston or New York are advised
not to buy tickets for Albany, since
it is much cheaper to buy single fares
straight through from Ann Arbor to
their destination. Special rates on the
afternoon train at 5 o'clock will not
be made unless a sufficient number
sign. Names and destinations of those
desiring rates on this train should be
left at the Union.
West: 1:16 and 2:29 o'clock, party
rates to Chicago only $5.93, including
tax. Special rates will be made on
the train at 10:42 o'clock only in
case a sufficient number sign. If nec~-
essary, an extra Pullman will be plac-
ed on this train.
North: 5 o'clock to Detroit. Leave
Detroit for Mackinac- at 9 o'clock.'
There will be no reduced fare on this
train. Special party rates may be
secured in the Northern Peninsula
providing a sufficient number sign,
There will be a representative of the
railroad on the Michigan Central
South: There will be no party .rates
except to Pittsburg and Philadelphia.
The regular afternoon train leaves
Ann Arbor at 5:30 o'clock. Train from
Toledo to Cleveland leaves .Toledo at
11:35 o'clock. Earlier train leaves
Toledo at 7:35 o'clock. In order to
make this 7:35 o'clock train out of
Toledo, it.will be necessary to get up
a special train from Ann Arbor to
Toledo, leaving Ann Arbor at 4:30
o'clock. One hundred passengers are
necessary, and names will be taken.
If enough are secured, arrangements
will be made for a special train.
All students desiring the above
rates should' sign at the Union desk
as soon as possible.
MINNESOTA, OHIO STATE, AND
CHICAGO ON 1918 SCHEDULE
(Continued from Page One)
twice the Wolverines upset the title
claims of the Minneapolis eleven. The
team which Michigan beat in 1910 was
one of the best Minnesota ever turned
Ohio State Improves
Since they played Michigan last, the
teams at Ohio State have improved
greatly,'Harley and his cohorts cop-
ping the Conference title the last
two years. Michigan, playing this
time early in the fall, Oct. 26, will
have a real battle, and a victory over
this team early in the fall will stamp
Michigan as one of the best aggre-
gations in the western coalition.
The schedule as arranged, in ad-
dition to being one of the best Michi-!
gan ever had in the class of teams to
be met, will be one of the hardest a
Wolverine eleven was ever called upon
to play. Northwestern and Cornell
will furnish real opposition, and Ohio
State, Chicago, and Minnesota will
give the men. of Yost five real tussles.
M. A. C. also is likely to be strength-
ened in 1918, and may cause some
Michfgan May Get late Start
if the opening game of the season
is placed two weeks ahead of the Ohio
State tilt, Michigan will get a late
start and will have but two games be-
fore 1916-17 Conferencenchampions
are played. This will necessitate a
most strenuous training season, and
possibly a change in the manner of
prepping the team.!
The game with Minnesota on Ferry
field alone makes it a good schedule
from a Michigan standpoint, while the
added Conference games with Chicago
and Ohio State round it out into an
almost perfect list of contests.
4. o'clock-Bible class meets at 444
South State street.
4:30 o'clock - Vesper service at
7: 0'o'clock-Red Cross mass meet-
ing in Hill auditorium.
8 o'clock-Menorah society meets in,
8:15 o'clock-Cercle Francais meets
in Cercle Francais rooms, University
EXPECTS ATTENDANCE OF
ONE-HALF DURING 1918-19
"The engineering department is
planning for an attendance of about
one-half. It is the patriotic duty of
every man under the age of 21 to stay
at the University as long as he pos-
sibly can, in order that he may be able
to serve his country better when he is
called," said Dean Mortimer E. Cooley
at the banquet of the senior engineer-
ing class, held last Thursday night at
the Union. "Michigan has more al-
umni and students in the different
branches of the service than any other
American university." . ) -
Prof. Henry 'E. Riggs and Lieuten-
ant Jaeger of the Great Lakes naval
training station were the other speak-
ers on the program. The banquet was
well attended, nearly 150 members of
the class being present.
GERMANS DISCOVER LAYERS OF
SO-CALLED EDIBLE EARTH
Amsterdam, Dec. 15.-In their fran-
tic search for new food substitutes,
Germans have made the discovery
that so-called edible earth exists in
many parts of Germany. Learned
professors have lost no time in mak-
ing it known that the eating of earth
is by no means confined to certain
savage tribes of New Guinea and
South Africa. It was a highly es-
teemed delicacy, they say, during the
Thirty Years war and also in the "lean
years" between 1719 and 1733.
Layers of edible earth, it is stated,
have been located on the moors of
Luneburg, near Koenigsberg, in the
valley of the lower Vistula and in the
Grand Duchy of Hesse, while the Aus-
trians, it is announced, have their
oWn deposits of edible earth near Eger
and Franzensbad ins Bohemia.
SUNDAY SERVICES IN
ANN ARBOR CHURCHES
(Continued from Page Four)
The Promised'- Saviour.". Sunday
Bethel A. X. E. Church
Morning sermon at 10:30 by the Rev.
James A. Charleston on "Forgetting
God." Class meeting at 11:45 and Sun-
day school at 12:30. Evening sermon
at 7:30 with subject, "If Christ Had
Not Come." There will be an enter-
tainment given Monday evening.
Trinity English -Lutheran Church
Morning service at 10:30 with ser-
mon by the Rev. Lloyd M. Wallick on
"The Advent Herald and His Call."
Sunday' school at 11:45. There will
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be no evening service due to the ]
Cross Christmas services at Hill a
Zion Lutheran Church
English services at 8:30 and 7
in the evening. German services
10:30. Morning sermon subject,
pentmnce and It's Fruits." Matt
1-11. Evening subject, "Grafting C
trary to Nature," Romans XI, 11-2,
Jewish Students' Congregation
Rabbi Samuel J. Abrams of KR
mazoo will address the Congregat
at 6:45 in Newberry hall on "Gr
Turning Points in History.'
Bible Chair Honse
Dr. T. M. Iden will give one o
series of lectures at 4 o'clock on I
ence and the Bible Miracles"
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