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January 12, 1918 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1918-01-12

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I

rsity Men, Attention!
Try the

v 11

ing
to

many breakfasts have you
since eastern time started?

Upper, Room Bible Class
this evening at 7 o'clock.

and
SUPPLIES

/

there should be
t summer.

no shortage

SUNDAY

BIBLE

CLASSES at

9:30 and at 4

for the
Army Stores Course
AT

o'clock (CampusTime)

444 South State Street

5.

r drive for finals

has

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TO DRILL

WO m eC11 ;
Board of representatives of the
Women's league will meet at 9 o'clock

'. G. C. 1ULLENV
DI ATE ENROLLIrL

ADVISES 1-3

NT TN MIL. this morning at Barbour gymnasium.

- Editor, The Michigan Daily:--
nager I want to make it perfectly clear
nager
nager to every student who is not now en-
nager rolled in the military department, that
his chances to comply with the re-
pbell quirements of G. 'O. 49, W. D. 1916,
Alar and be recommended for a commis-
- sion in the reserve will close tonight,
kman unless he is willing to put in more
.unter t
elso than four years here at the University.
iovitz For, any man who is not enrolled
roene
mines before tonight will have to complete
nport a course covering four full years, be-
Rice
andis ginni1n next fall ,so a present fresh-
-man, who will be a sophomore next
fall, will have to remain for an entire
Haue
eimer year after graduation in order to com-
trick ply with requirements; a sophonore,
Abele
1, Jr. two years, and a junior, three.
aWson My advice is for every man at pres-
ent enrolled in the University to en-
roll ' in the military department at
once, for you are all going to be call-."
ed upon sooner or later to serve your
18 country in this war, and there is no
-- reason why a college man should not
rt make use of the advantage of his ed-
-- ucation and be of greater service to
'IS his country in the capacity of an of-

The executive board of the Women's
athletic association will meet at 11:15
this morning at Barbour gymnasium
to have a picture taken.
Vacancies in league houses should
be reported to the office of the Dean.
of Women by house heads.
One more week remains to have
senior pictures taken for the Michi-
ganensian. Jan. 20 is set as the final
date.
Seventy-five Enroll in Buzzer Class
Approximately 75 students have en-
rolled in the course in telegraphy be-
ing given in the telegraphy labora-
tory of the engineering building.;
Only men of draft age are admitted
to this course. No credit is given for
the work, which consists in receiving
letters sent on a buzzer by the instruc-
tors, who are men of professional ex-
perience in telegraphy. Classes are
held in the afternoon and evening.
The object of the course is to give'
men who will be called in the draft
knowledge which will be of use to
them.

SENIOR WOMEN APPROVE
EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATION
Aeting Dean Wells and Mrs. Fred N.
Scott Speak on National
Movement
An organization among Michigan
women to further patriotic education
was enthusiastically approved by a
large majority of the senior girls at a
tea given yesterday in Barbour gym-
nasium. Over 100 girls came out and
registered, 10 states being represent-
ed.
Miss Agnes E. Wells, acting dean
of women, presented the situation as
it was stated at the mass meeting in
Detroit by Mrs. Lois Matthews, chair-
man of the national movement. Mrs.
Fred N. Scott, president of the Michi-
gan collegiate alumnae association,
spoke of .the work being done in edu-
cational lines throughout the country,
and of the patriotic duty of university
women to forward this movement. A
state organization will include one
speaker from every county as captain,
and club women and university girls
to further war education among the
less informed. Bulletins are being
published. from which general in-
formation may be obtained by those
interested.
The definite organization of the Uni-
versity women will be taken up im-
mediately after the beginning of the
new semester.

WAHRE
UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE

THE EBERBACH & SON
200-204 EAST LIBERTY STREET

Chewmicals

Laboratory Supplies
Drugs and Toilet Specialties

1918
DESK CALENIJ

AT

Sater's Book
Phone 430
DETR
BEAUTY SHOP Between D
Miss Mable Rowe. Shampooing, Chi- DetroitL
ropody, Mancuring. Open evenings by mi.,o .:o a. m.
appointment. 326 N. Fifth Ave. -Adv. Kalamazoo

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it vote
tically. a
ld, and f.
on that
ichment
ing to gi
hinks th
ng the s
n the cap
g no one
it this
flage tha
i in the
he party
which it
he state
most ad
a that w
such a t
again.
many o
B. Railr
thus ma
ssary, un
proceed
Europe i
expense

uld:
m of
take
'e is
year
tting
av-
culty
d to
long
ailed
war
than
ve.
at it
ame
so in
but
fall,
t the
pur-
was
was
gen-
mir-
rong
hing
f the
oads
king
apat-
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of a

ficer instead of in the ranks. IIII ill lll ltiIi lllllll ilIIIIII Ifilllll i 11lilli e'
The government offers as an induce-
nient a complete. uniform free of cost
and after those who have already en-
rolled are wearing their uniforms =M en'sa
about the campus, will you who are=
not making any sacrifice of time or Bwr
effort to take this course, not reel Brow n or Ta
that you are more or less slackers? h
How are you going to explain yourBo ti th
inability to appear in uniform to your
friends? Do you want them to thinkS
you have not enough patriotism to be=-
willing to make a sacrifice of time
necessary to take this course which $$
prepares you most efficiently for ser $7.00 and $8.00
vice? If your instructors in other
courses make it impossible for you to
enroll by keeping you occupied at the
hours set aside for military training, Among the many boots shown in our men's store that appeals particu-
ask them if they are pro-German and larly to young men is the model illustrated, coming in the very popu-
are doing this to hamper the United = lar koko brown or tan calf, and for those of more conservative taste,
-States government. If your empToy-
ers make it difficult or impossible for we have the same model in black calf at the same price. And in waxed
you to take military training, tell calf at $9.00.
them they ought to show patriotism Men who discriminate in their footwear purchases and who seek the
enough to make it possible for you to very newest thing as soon as created turn to this store for the fulfill-
enroll and if they do not do so they ment of their requirements. .
certainly are acting in the interest =
of the German emperor and empire. For a half century, Michigan's Leading Footwear Store
So show your colors, prove your
spirit, prove that you are not pro-
Germ'an yourself, by making every EST. 1865
effort possible to enroll in the mili-
tary department now.
LIEUT. GEO. C. MULLEN.
U, S. A. Retired.
Recreation makes for Efficiency.
"We try to treat you right." Huston _ 8is3-1S5 Woodward Ave. Detroit, Mich.
Bros.-Adv. tt.

Il k

Sale of
Har Schaffner &
Marx Clothes

It

a.n.., it
Iwe

YoungMen's Models
in Overcoats and Suits
We are also holding our
semi-annual sale of the fa-
mous Manhattan Shirts.
Come in and look these over.
Suits and Overcoats
$32.50 and $35.00 Values at
$26.50
$28.00 and $30.00 Values at
$22.50
$26.00 and $25.00 Values at
$20.00
$20.00 and $22.00 'Values at
$16.50

best

Capita;
Nort

h'1

707 North

flTOP A
ITUTTI
3 338 MAYN
For Lunches a
I - TYPEWI

$1600

Frateri

and $18.00 Values .at
$14.00
$15 Values at
$13.50

WH

NEY

THEATRE

sn vote:
ssed in

M. R. WILLIAMS. Manager
SUNDAY EVENING, JAN. 13th.
THE GREAT DRAMATIC SUCCESS
A NIGHT IN HONOLULU
By HOWARD McKENT BARNES
A Feast of Jo-Full of Interest, Romance and Laughter
COME AND HEAR THE LATEST HAWAIIAN MUSIC
By The imperial Native JIawaiian Quartette
Especially Engaged for this Production
A Gorgeous Scenic Display-Showing the Volcano in Eruption-The
Beautiful Wisteria Garden-The Great Fire Scene

Manhattan Shirts
All $1.25 Values at
98c
All $1.75 Values at
$1.35
All .$2.50 Values at
$1,85
All $3.50 Values at
$2.85
All $5.00 Values at
$3.85
All $1.50 Values at
$1.20
All $2.00 Values at
$1.65
All $3.00 Values at
$2.15
All $4.00 and $4.50 Values
$3.15
All $6.00 Values at
$4.85

322 South State Street
Michiganensian
Appointment Com
tee Photographs
SWAIN
713 East University

Do You Know that
SUGAR BOV
has one of the best e4
Candy Stores in the s'
They have their own Refri
System, and make their
Cream and Candies. :
You are invited to visit
spect their plant....

mmittee on

at

Your

II ing

many
at the

Reule, Conlin, Fiegel & CO,
Southwest Cor. Main and Washington
The Home of Hart Schaffner &
Marx Clothes.

4

PRICES:-25c-50c-75c-$1.00-Boxes $1.50
SEATS NOW SELLING

IlL1

PE PAY THE WAR TAX

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