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148 MEN WHO ORDERED
SUNIFORMS MUST ENROLL,
Deport Articles from Invaded Terri-
tory and Offer Them for Sale
French Front, Dec. 27.- (Corres-
)ondence of The Associated Press.)-
Official recognition has been given by
the German government to the prac-
tice of German troops in France and
Belgium of laying their hands on
everything valuable they find in the
houses and on the farms belonging
to the civilians who have been deport-
ed from the invaded country to vari-
ous parts of Germany to work for,
MANY STUDENTS DRILLING
NOT INCLUDED IN B. 0. T.
They say t
best Kodak I
suggest that you tr
ovate your soiled garments
re them to usefulness. By
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iabled to turn out perfect
oving stains without injury
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ARBOR STEAM -
their conquerors. There has been es-
tablished in Berlin a "War Booty
Office," with depots at 20 Schoeneberg-
er Ufer to which all such loot may be
sent for sale.
Office Contains Assortment
Here connoisseurs may make selec-
tions from large quantities of ancient
furniture, pictures, fine porcelain,
rare tapestries, jewelry, clocks and
even clothing. Whether the price
paid goes to the German government
or to the officer or soldier who for-
warded the booty is not ascertainable
In the great sheds of the depot are
also displayed for sale farm wagons,
agricultural implements and other ma-
chinery and materials of almost every
kind collected from the devastated
districts of Belgium and France. Of-
ficial sales clerks appointed by the
government are in charge, but, in spite
of advertisements of sales, purchasers
are not always found and then whole
lots of' goods are offered to charitable
organizations or patriotic societies.
Public Fears Fakes
Advertisements are inserted even in
newspapers of foreign neutral coun-
tries calling attention to the opportun-
ities offered at the war booty office for
obtaining bargains in useful goods and
materials and in souvenirs of the
world war. French steel helmets are
one of the most frequent aftractions
featured, and the government for a
fee of 25 marks offers to supply with
them a certificate of the authenticity
of the trophy. Even in Germany,
however, the public has become skep-
tical, it is said, as to the origin of
many of the war relics offered for sale
and the belief is gaining ground that
many of them are specially manufact-
ured by Krupp.
COMEI)Y CLUB BEGINS WORK ON
YEAR'S PLAY, "MISS HOBBS"
ill lecture on
.a" tonight in
No #ob too Small or too Large
"The Shop Qf Quality"
If It's not right we make It right
200 E. Washngton 117 Puarl
Ann Arbor Ypsilanti
s For Lunches and SodasA
For Sale and Rent
Fraternity and Social Stationery
0. D. MORILL
322 South State Street
713 East University Ave-
Background of the Great War."
Prof. Q. W. Dowrle will speak on
"The Consumer and the High Cost of
1Aving" in Hastings, Mich., tonight.-
Prof. L. A. Hopkins will speak on
"The Wit and Wisdom in Bible" in
South Haven tonight.
Dante Society Holds Meeting Tonight
All Interested in modern Italy are
urged to be present at a meeting of
the Dante society at 8 o'clock tonight
in room 103, University hall. Dates
and programs for the future meetings
will be decided upon at this time.
Stephen Scatori, instructor in Span-
ish, Lewis Waldo, '18, Rssell Thom-
as, '18, and Margaret Klein, '18, will
SIN (~ suply ratar
T 1 ; 0,O
LOST-Ring set with ruby and small
pearls, in or near Weinberg's Coli-
seum. Valued as keepsake. Finder
call 406-J. Reward of $5.
WANTED- Employment as a porter
in fraternity house or other work
of a similar nature. Call J. Kaki, at
FOR RENT-Good piano for the rest
Lieut. George C. Mullen has com-
piled a list of 148 students who have
been measured for uniforms but have
negle~cted to enroll in the R. 0. T. C.
course. The men must report this
morning at the military office in
Waterman gymnasium to be enrolled
in the course.
Following is the list of the cadets
Nho have failed to enroll:
Abelman, H. H. Ainsworth, D. Allen,
H. L. Andrus, R. S. Archer, E. Brooks,
W. G. Burrows, G. H. Buchner, John
Boyce, H. B. Barker, M. J. Basilhacket,
R. C. Barbosa, F. J. Bauman, B. J.
Birckelvan, C. C. Bleil, G. K. Bollen-
der, R. L. Bourer, B. I. Burns.
Gordon Campbell, F. D. Carter, J.
R. Chemm, C. J. Clemo, W. E. Cook,
E. J. Coram, H. T. Corson, L. Cotton,
C. R. Cummings, J. Cleary, H. M. Car-
ey, J. E. Dodge, G. D. Drudg, J. H.
Duame, Chas. Devenport, L. D. Eg-
bert, J. D. Edwards, E. L. Eriksen
H. C. Funkey, L. R. Flook, J. E. Foley,
B. E. Franklin, M. M. Fisher, H. Gal-
F. C. Goddardl, J. Orton Goodsell,
H. D. Grant, L. Greenberg, H. Harper,
S Harr, P. Hardie, C. J. Hargrave, M.
R. Holtzman, N. Holt, L. Hooper, A.
D. Money, E. Huber, W. S. Halock.
N. H. Ibsen, L. Ilgenfritz, M. Ing-
ham, W. C. Johns, A. Johnson, M.
Johnson, A. S. Kuehn, K. Kidney, F.
Keogh, H. A. Keynon, A. D. Kathan,
E. G. Klaver,~L. W. Kennedy, H. H.
Lichtig, W. T. Lilley, G. F. Lott, M.
D. Martin, A. McLaughn, J. H. Mc-
Lean, R. McGee, H. McKechnie, C. N.
McGannon, J. S. McKenna, J. A. Mc-
Caughry, U. A. McKinley, W. G. Mc-
E. L. Migent, M. L. Moses, G. Mack,
W. Marron, Wm. J. B. Mason, E. Ma-
tin, W. B. Moore, E. L. Moloney, K..A.
Millson, E. Martin, W. E. Nines, C. T.
Nadusen, H. Nixon, P. A. Norcop, J.
C. Porter, J. L. Pouvers Peatlie, C. T.
Prunoyer, R. A. Poutler, H. W. Raub.
F. U. Rankin, R. C. Rech, A. J. Reich-
el, E. G. Reindel, A. G. Riddering, C. F.
Roche, N. C. Roegner, J.. Rosenthal,
S. B. Reynolds, J. C. Shanks, C. J.
Sullivan, G. R. Starrett, E. F. Stek-
ette, G. F. Shaffield, W. S. Simm, M.
0. Sivula, C. E. Smith, F. T. Schutt,
B J. Scheiman, L.'H. Scott, I. T. San-
born, D. J. Shugar, S. B. Stevens, C.
Spaulding, H. Salter, P. Shoup.
E. A. Thayer, H. Taylor, I. G. Uhrie,
R U. Urobleski, S. M. Urarer, F. B.
Vedder, L. Verweib, Wm. Voulks, G. B.
Vold, R. W. Ward, A. B. Weaton, A.
E. Williams, Geo. Williamson, Clair
D. Wilson, P. A. Weij, E. S. Williams,
Examinations for the headquarter's
company will be held at 4 o'clock this
afternoon in the amphitheater in the
Chemistry building. The men will
form in front of Hill auditorium at
the appointed hour and march in a
body to the Chemistry building. The
examinations are open to all cadets
who sent in their applications and to
those who desire to enttr the com-
pany, although they may have missed
the special lectures.
Regimental lectures will be given
in University hall instead of Hill au-
ditorium, although the men form in
front of the auditorium at 4:10 o'clock.
When: addresses are given to the en-
tire brigade the men will march into
Lieut. George C. Mullen requests all
members of the R. O. T. C. not to call
up the office in Waterman gymnasium
for information regarding drills and
lectures. All announcements are post-
ed on the R. O. T. C. bulletin boards,
published in this column of The Daily,
and indicated by the flag on the cam-
pus flag pole.
The regular basketball game of the
second regiment scheduled for tonight
is postponed until Wednesday of next
week, because of the Varsity-M.. A. C.
game. Three games will be played'
next week; the regular Tuesday and
All wool Good
- , VARSITY TOGGERY
that will make you more thoroughly enjoy the su
cold of winter.
A HOT CHOCOLATE OR LEMONAD
skatiig trip makes you feel great. LET US SHOV
Students Taking Military
U. S. Regulation
ALL WOOL SPIRAL PUTTEES
6 yards long, non-fray edges, $3.00 the pair to al
Why Pay $5.00?
Let us make you a price on Milita
Ti~nker '& Compan
Cor. So. State and William Streets
CLOTHES, FURNISHINGS AND HA
- Suits a,
Hollister will give
acbeth" 'at Vermont-
ornton will speak in
night on "Social Re-
Tryouts for roles in the cast of the
Comedy club's play, "Miss Hobbs,"
will be held at 10:00 o'clock sharp
Saturday morning in Sarah Caswell
Contestants may acquaint them-
selves with the play by drawing a
copy from the delivery desk of the
Prof. L. A. Strauss, Prof. J. R.
tirumm, and Warren H. Townsend,
'18, will be the judges. Mr. Townsend
will direct the production.
It is the purpose of the club to pre-
sent the play early in the second
semester for the benefit of the Red
Cross, and later at Camp Custer with
Council to Hold Open Taxicab Meeting
Students and voters will have op-
portunity to present their views on
the proposed increased taxicab rate at
an open meeting called by the ordin-
ance committee of the Ann Arbor com-
mon council for 8:30 o'clock (.eastern
time) Monday night in the council
The meeting is called by the com-
mittee in order that they may ascer-
tain how pubilc opinion stands on in-
creasing the rates.
Freshman Glee Club Elects Officers
At the meeting - of the Freshman
Girl's Gee club held yesterday after-
noon, Esther Hollands was elected
president, Camilla Hayden, secretary
and treasurer, and Grace Albracht and
Esther Hollands, committee heads.
Rehearsals will be held Thursdays
at 4 o'clock ih Sarah Caswell Angell
Dancing at Armory every Saturday
from 9 to 12.-Adv.
Each day some new method is invented o"
coaxing the nickels, dimes and dollars from
the purse of Humankind. The High-cost-of
living keeps us dodging from morning till
night. Thrift has discovered that the best is
cheapest in laundry work. Let us prove it to
Fou ntain of 1
PLACE OF QUALITY
and do your shat
Have your old c
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Friday games as well as the Wednes-
rner will speak
The following physical and gymnas-
tic program will be given to the sec-
ond half of the second regiment at 4:15
o'clock this afternoon:
Company I, wrestling, basketball,
vaulting bar, rope climbing, and
sprinting; company K, buck and
tumbling, high jump and relay racing;
company L, vaulting bar, rope climb-
ing, sprinting, wrestling, and basket-
ball; company M, relay racing, buck
and tumbling, and high jump.
Major J. A. Bursley and 148 men in
the ordnance corps will leave on the
6:34 (eastern standard time) Michigan
Central train for Detroit on the first
visit to different manufacturing plants
in De.troit. A complete list of the firms
will be announced later.
314 S. State St.
$4.25 to $21
er hand bag. Giv-
gan Central check
by mistake. Re-
r return. ' Box H,
I'in front of Tappan
Reward. Box 3,
ding leather purse,
ioney, on Main St
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If interested in any kind of instrument whatever see us
GRINNELL BROS., 116 s. Main st.
Dean John R. Effinger of the
college, will be the speaker
meeting of the Cosmopolitan
7:30 o'cleek tonight in Lane h
subject will be "Various Ideals
ucation" and following the tal