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means of the association o1
ws, the heritage of Michigan
and ideals. Their comrades
re their friends long before
the first enemy fire to-

UNIVERSITY MEN! Suppose we
start the New Year right by attending the
Upper Room Bible Class
this evening at 7 o'clock (Campus Time)

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An Excelsior Diary
A Handy Desk Calendar
Dozen Letter Files
Ledger, Day Book and Cash Book
Ink, Paste, Pencils
Pens, Clips, and Files, Etc., Etc.

except To students who wish to take the
ior as great advantage offered them by en-
listing in units composed entirely of
their fellow students, we wish to draw
words attention to the naval reserve division
pub- contemplating organization.
of theacoemltnoraiao.
Arbor --
ewest
-e the A German ship recently launched
was peppered by the Swiss with riile
eior bullets. Which leads us to suppose
anager that the Swiss are anxious to demon-
k, Jr. strate how they make their famous
Wilson cheese.
n, Jr.
waney --
Pack The amount of work done at home
[ighel during a scholastic vacation is said
Cooley
e, Jr. to vary inversely with the amount of
anager books one takes home with him.
anager
anagernubrf
anager It is said that a striking number of
anager soldiers have lost often as many as,
two grandmothers in the past three
mpbell months.
Atlas ._
hibert
- Speaking of chills, we might' re-
nkman mark that the kaiser will ie soon
Given feeling the draft to a considerable cx-
amdibo
lunter tent.
\elson
Movitz
eroene Now that 7!:30's are no more, all in-
Mines
.wport disposed students will have a chan,,e
to re-cover.

444 South State Sfreet.

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Kept your resolutions this long?

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.RY 5, 1918.
,d C. 1gghell
JE ORATOR
rate ordinance
ommon council
1 action within

In view
invited
nt body
ake the
the new

xcellent debating
pus. Each year
Son the govern-
ilways and like
are to go on rec-
the arguments
a great national
instrumental in
special sessions
they are.
nce for the cam-
to the fore. Let
e to argue before
estion that con-
the campus as a
gig chance.
TE MEN
iat I will have to
>n appointments
eks," said a Uni-
ecently, and he
'They'll come in
I .call them my
Minute man?" Or
student who at-

1114 GA31-MA DELTA DONATES
$)00 TO U NTVERSITY UN [ON
At the Gamma Delta convention
held in New York City on Dec. 27,
28, and 29, the national organization
voted to pay from the general fund
two years' dues, amounting to
$500, to the American University
ujion. The union is fostered by tl.e
leading universities throughout tle
country, and Michigan is one of the
strongest supporters.
The Alpha Delta Phi and DUelta Kap)-
pa Epsilon fraternities also adopted
the same plans.
Freshman Girls' Glee Club Assured
"Prospects are good for a fine and
enthusiastic freshman Girls' Glee club
this year," said Miss Nora C. Hunt, of
the School of Music yesterday after-
noon. "So far the girls are turning
out in a promising manner and offer-
ing good material.
Final tryouts for the club will be
held at 5 o'clock Monday afternoon in
Mis Hunt's studio at the School of
Music. All candidates must appear at
this time.
Social Ifeld at Wesleyan Guild Rooms
Methodist young people and their
friinds were entertained at a New
Year social last night in the Wesleyin
Guild rooms. The program was in-
formal and consisted of games and
music followed by refreshments.
Similar gatherings will be held ev-,
ery Friday night in the Guild roon.s,I
and Methodist students are cordially
invited to bring their friends.
Pharmacologist Gives Summer Course
Dr. Worth Hale, assistant professor
in the Harvard uniyersity Medical
school, will give a course in pharmac-
ology during the 1918 sumer s ion
in the University. Dr. Hale was an
instructor in the Medical school for
several years before accepting a pos-
ition at Harvard.

Red Cross work will be resumed in
the Angell house next week.'
It is requested that every soririty,
league house, and dormitory reprt
immediately to the point system co-
rittee through Susan Verlenden, '20,
chairman.
The 1918 schedule for basketball
practice is as follows: Sniore at
4:50 o'clock Mondays and Thursdays;
juniors, at 4:50 o'clock Tuesdays and
4 o'clock Wednesdays; sophomores, at
4:50 o'clock Mondays and 4 o'cloc
Wednesdays freshmen, at 4 o'clock
Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Women's league board of directors
will meet at 9 o'clock this morning at
Barbour gymnasium instead of the
board of representatives as has been
announceO.
K. N. WEST'ERMAN SUCCEEDS AS
CAMP SONV LEADER AT WACO
Former University School of Music
Faculty Member Wins Fame
at Camp MacArthur
Kenneth N. Westerman, for a num-
ber of years a faculty member of the
University School- of Music, is attain-
ing success as song leader at Camp
MacArthur, Waco, Texas, where many
Ann Arbor boys are stationed.
Westerman was appointed song
leader of the camp by the war depart-
ment through a commission for camp
activities, only a few weeks ago. He
at once entered energetically into his
work. Just before Christmas he held
a mammoth "sing." The Waco paers
devoted columns to the event, prais-
ing Westermpn and his success in
arousing so enthusiastic a response
from both the boys and the civilian
populace. One article says:
"With those 400 band pieces crash-
ing out the music of the stirring songs
that have sprung up all over the land,
with Westerman jumping from one
side to another of the platform, with a
score of picked singers on the plat-
form straining their throats to "beat
the band," that wonderful noise must
have echoed like the "shot fired round
the world," until it disturbed friend
Kaiser Bill's slumbers."
Faculty Members Attend Meeting
Prof. G. Carl Huber, Prof. W. P.
Lombard, Dr. 0. M. Cope, Mr. W. J.
ktwell, and Dr. ,S. R. Guild, qf the
Medical school faculty attended a
meeting of the society of anatomy in
Minneapolis during the Christmas hol-
idays. The. society holds a meeting
every year and a number of prominent
medical men throughout the country
usually attend.
Recreation makes for Efficiency.
"We try to treat you right." Huston
Bros.-Adv. -tf

flilitary Nevs
Arrangements are being made to
break up the companies of the first
and second regiments and assign the
men into eight companies for each
regiment. Companies C, D, E, F, G, I,
I, and K of the first regiment will be
broken up and the men will be as-
signed to companies. A, B, C, D, I, K,
L and M of the first regiment. Com-
panies.A. K. L, E F. G and H of the
second regiment will also be dissolved
and the men assigned to companies
A, B, C, D, I, K, L and M of the second
regiment.
Complete athletic and gymnastic
schedules for the members of the R.
0. T. C. are being worked out by
Dr. George A. May director of Water-
nian gymnasium, and will be announc-
ed later. Several new features will
be introduced in .the gmnastic pro-
gram.
All company basketball managers
will report in the director's office in
Waterman gymnasium at 3 o'clock this
afternoon.
The purpose of the meeting is to dis-
cuss plans of practice and draw up
definite basketball schedules. Only
those teams represented in the prac-
tice, whose managers will report this
afternoon, will be listed on the sched-
ule. The work in basketball is volun-
tary and no credit will be given to-
ward the physical training work.
t
Lieut. Fred S. Flick, '17L, has recent-
ly been assigned to the 116th regiment
of the Rainbow division in France,
according to word received by Mrs.
Flick, assistant secretary of the Med-
ical school.
All members of the R. O. T. C. who
have not been measured for shoes
must report Saturday morning at
Waterman gymnasium to have their
measurements taken.
Girls Dance at Women's League Party
About fifty girls attended the Wom-
en's league party held at Barbour gym-
nasium yesterday afternoon. Glaydes
Daum, '20, at the piano and Margaret
Jewell, '20, with her guitar furnished
dance music.
BEAUTY SHOP
Miss Mable Rowe. Shampooing,
Hairdressing, Chiropody, Mani uring,
open evenings by appointment. 326
N. Fifth Ave. 2402.-Adv.
Hoover Steel Ball
Michigan Copper & Brass
Continentail Motors
Reo Motor Car
We solicit your inquiries
Forshee & Kuehnle
Investment Securities
Phone 808 412 1st Nat'li Bk Bldg

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Get your order filled at
WAHR'S
BOOKSTORES

STATE ST.

THE EBERBACH & SON CC
200-204 EAST LIBERTY STREET

Chemicals

Phone 430

336 S. State

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SOME BARGAINS IN
SHOES MADE OF
REAL LEATHER

DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jaci
(-Eflective May 22, 1917)
Detroit..L"mitedad Express Cars--
in., 8:1o a. m., and hourly to 7:10 p. m.,
Kalamazoo Limited Cars-8:48 a. m,
every two hours to h:48 D. im.; to La
8:48 P. in.
Jackson Express Cars 'local stops w
Ai.n Arbor)-9:48 a. in. and every two
to "':48 U. Mi.
Local Cars East Bound- :35 a.in.,
a. in., 7:0O5 a. m, and every two hours tc
o Ypsianti only, 9:2o a. in., 9:5
a:o 5 m, 6:o5 p. m, 9:45 P in, 11:45
12:2o a. in 1 :10a. m.., 1:20 a. mi. ITo>
change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-6:os a. m.,
a. 1.. 10:20 V. n.. 12:20 a. J1.

Laboratory Supplies

If .you can find your size in the
shoes listed below you can save
money.
They are from our stock of well
known makes.

Drugs and Toilet Specialties
1918
DESK CALENDARS
AT
Slate r's Book Shop

J. & M. Black Calf-leather lin-
ed, double sole, rawhide slip
Sizes 6-6/-7-81 $6.30
Heavy Oil Tan-leather lined,
viscolized sole
Sizes 6-6/A-7 $6.25
Black Wad Calf-medium toe, /
double sole
Sizes 6/-7-7/ $4.80
Tan Calf-good style, No. 315023.
Sizes. 5V-6-6V2-7-8-9V2-11
$5.20
J. & M. Wax. Calf Button
Sizes 6-7%--8/-9-11 $5.85
Two Pair Wide Toe Black Calf
Blucher
Size 6 $4.60
One Pair Black Cordovan
Size 6/. $6.15
New Cut Ta Bal-heavy sole
Sizes 62-7-7/4 $4.40
Hurley Make-tan bal
Sizes 6%-7-8r-9/ $4.90
Tan Rubber Sole and Heel
Sizes 5/2-6-7-8V2-10 $3.5
Tan Norwegian Calf Blucher-
heavy sole
Sizes 5 -6-64-72-8 $4.70
Two Pair J. & M. Black Calf Bal
Sizes 7/-8 $3.00
Tan Calf Double Sole
Sizes 6-6%-7-7/-8-9-1O/
$4.80

We have both the inclination and
the equipment to furnish the
best in banking service
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
INCORPORATE:D 1869
Capital and Surplus $ 500,000.00
Resources . . $4,000,090.00
Northwest Corner Main and
Huron Streets
707 North University Avenue

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That's the way a suit looks you buy
from us.
Our mirrors enable you to give it careful
scrutiny at every point-back, front and
sides must stand the acid test of your in-
spection.
NEW WINTER FABRICS
in a wide variety of handsome patterns.

JOHN J, SAUER
StO W. Liberty Street
Phone 2484 or 825-M
Do You Know that the
SUGAR BOWL
has one of the best equippe
Candy Stores in the state?
They have their own Refrigeratin
System, and make their own Ic
Cream and Candies. ::.:.:
You are invited to visit and in
spect their plant. : : : :.:
Phone 967 209S. Main S
Your every Bank
ing need fulfilled a

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"The store for young men"
State St. At Liberty

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LEADING MERCHANTTAILORS

STATE STREET

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