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Today BATTLEWTH CARRANZA
DEAN MYRA B, JORDAN
~MEETS JUNIOR WOMEN
Talks to Them on Scho ast e Respon-
sibilities at Annual Re-
Dean Myra B. Jordan gave her an-
nual reception to the gifrls of the
junior class yesterday afternoon in the
parlors of Barbour gymnasium. She
was assisted in receiving by Dr. Elsie
Pratt, of the health service, and the
Misses Gerlach, Evans, Wood, and
Dean Jordan gave the girls a short
talk on their scholastic and social re-
sponsibilities as juniors, which was
followed by a report from Gertrude
Brock, '18, on the work of the junior
advisory committee, and one froir
Clarissa Vyn, '18, on the junior girls'
play committee. She said that any
junior girl wishing to work on the
book of the play and havi1g not less
than one year's residence, could obtair
permission to do so by applying to
Dean J. R. Effinger.
It was decided that Catherine Har-
rington, being treasurer of the junior
advisory committee, should also act ac
treasurer of the junior girls' class. A
tax of 50 cents a member was levied
to defray the cost of the social affairs
to be given during the year. Al'
junior girls are asked to pay this at
Dean Jordan's office at once.
After the adjournment of the busi-
ness meeting, ice cream and cakes
were served, and the girls spent the
remainder of the afternoon in dancing
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EVERY STUDENT NECESSITY
30-Sophomores meet in front of
30-Freshmen meet at flag pole in
er of campus.
:00-Ungerclass contests, Ferry
Report Ozuna, De Facto Leader,
2,000 Soldiers, Meets 1,000
-Michigan vs. M. A. :C., Ferry I Juarez, Mexico, Oct. 20.-A battle isI
00-Regular meeting of Chess club,
n 173, Natural Silence building.
:00-Membership dance, Michigan
:00 -- William Jennings Bryan
aks, Weinberg's coliseum.
[en to act as ushers for the Billy
day meeting at Weinberg's colis-
mn Monday morning are requested
neet at the coliseum at 1 o'clock
:day to usher for the William en-
gs Bryan meeting in the coliseum
o'clock Sunday afternoon.
[RCHES ACT ON SYRIAN
AND ARMENIAN RELIEF DAY
(By United Press.)
ew York, Oct. 20.-:-Armenian and
Lan relief day, which occurs tomor-
by virtue of a proclamation of
sident Wilson, has been made the
lect of a special message by the
e'al Council of the Churches of
ist in America.
ngregations Snday schools and
r church organizations are re-
sted to discharge their duty "of
rer, sympathy, and sacrifice." The
sage is signed by Professor Shailer
thews, president of the council;
Frank Mason North, chairman of
executive committee, and Rev.
rles MacFarland, general secre-
To Hold Charity Chocolatiere
chocolatiere will be given next
nesday afternoon from 3 to 6
>ck at the home of Mrs. B. F. Schu-
hers at 934 Olivia avenue. The
.r will be given for the benefit of
ee bed in St. Joseph's sanitorium.
Ilver offering will be taken up.
s pink-watch for it.
he X. A. C. football extra will be
- Get one.
now raging 25 miles outside Chihua-
hua City between Villista bandits and
a heavy force of the Mexican de facto
troops, according to reports to Car-
ranza military headquarters here this
afternoon. Nearly 4,000 men are en-
gaged in the fighting, according to
these reports. The Villistas are led
by Villa in person.
With more than 2,000 men and 12
machine guns, General Carlos Ozuna,
Carranza commander, marched out
from Chihuahua City to attack Villa
after the bandit raid on San Andres
Tuesday. Villa, with 1,000 men, fell
upon the Carranza force today at
dawn. Re-enforcements for Ozuna are
being hurried from Chihuahua.
HOLD EXHIBITION OF WORK
OF BEREA COLLEGE STUDENTS
The students of the University and
the general public are invited to an
exhibit and sale of the work done by
students of Berea college, Kentucky.
which will be open today in Barbour
gymnasium, 9 o'clock till 3 o'clock.
At 10 o'clock a lecture will be given
by Mrs. Enburg, the manager of Berea
college. The subject of the lecture
will be "Mountain-Whites Around
Berea." It will deal with the lives and
industries of the little-known Deople
from among whom Berea college draws
its students. The exhibit is being held
under the auspices of the local D. A. R.
WILSON ATTACKED BUT UNIN-
JURED IN PITTSBURG STREET
(Continued from Page One.)
ingly so. Reports now indicate states
regarded as certain to be Republican
are now doubtful, and states that were
doubtful are in the Democratic col-
umn. The Republicans consider the
peace argument is winning women
"Labor is practicaly a unit for the.
president and the issues are such that
they cannot be driven away by their
employers. Business men appreciate
the value of the currency law and
farmers recognize the administration
has done more for them than any be-
fore it. I have found the most uni-
versally applauded act has been his
refusal to intervene in Mexico."
T17 Packard t:.
W~e HIax 'thca Style. Al, dItAv
RI iar~Waao Tuly'sHawiian ;omance
S~a~N <w3ovv O a <
War Secretary Denies Slurring Sol-
diers of Washington
Detroit, Oct. 20.-Secretary of War
Baker was "misrepresented," he de-
clared today, in statements credited to
him comparing Washington's colonials
to Pancho Villa's bandits.
"I did not make the comparison I
have been credited with making,"
Baker declared hotly when asked if
he cared to comment on the charges.
"Mr. Hughes is like a drowning man
when he siezes on such garbled mis-
representaions as those which have
Baker refused to discuss the mat-
ter further, but members of his party
declared that in a speech at Flint to-
night the war secretary would make
it plain that his recent reference to
;Washington's troops was laudatory.
CLUM TO DELIVER TRAVELOGUE
IN HILL AUDITORIUM TUESDAY
"From the Mississippi to Hawaii" is
the title of a motion picture travel-
talk that will be given next Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock in Hill auditor-
ium. The "movies" will be accom-
panied by a lecture by Mr. John P.
Clum. There will be scenes in New
Orleans and other southern cities, a
scenic trip over the Apache trails, and
scenes in San Francisco and Cali-
fornia. The trip across the ocean to
Hawaii will be well illustrated, as
well as the most interesting and at-
tractive parts of the Hawaiian islands.
An admission fee of 25 cents will be
The lecturer, Mr. Clum, knows the
west thoroughly and has spent the
larger part of his life there. He made
trips to Mexico in 1871 and to Cali-
fornia in 1874. For four years he had
charge of the Apache Indians in Ari-
zona when that state was still a terri-
tory, and his varied experiences make
him qualified to speak interestingly
and authoritatively on the country
which his entertainment will deal
PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED BY
HEALTH SERVICE DECREASE
Records at the University health
service pharmacy show a big decrease
in the number of prescriptions filled
Last year from October 3 to October
20 there were 468 prescriptions filled,
while this year from October 5 to Oc-
tober 20 there were but 243. These
figures show a decrease of 225.
The mild, pleasant weather early
this fall is held responsible for the
better health of students and subse-
quently for the decrease in prescrip-
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The Comedy club added eight n:ew
names to its roster after the tryouts
held yesterday afternoon.in Saran Cas-
well Angell hall.,
Those who were chosen to help sup-
ply fun for the campus in the several,
plays given by the club were: Helen
G. Davis, '17; Eva Hrzberg, '19;
Frances McCune, '17; Gladys L. Town-
send, '18; L. S. Sanders, '19; Rex R.
Cherriman, '18; Tracy Kneeland, '18,
and T. A. Jacob Hart, '19.
The first Comedy club play is un-
decided as yet, but will probably be
held Dec. 8.
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For Sale By
Freshmen laws nominated the fol-
lowing men to run for class offices at St. Louis, Oct.-20.-Football may be
their meeting yesterday: Iconsidered as a factor in spiritual de-
President, Franklin F. Randall and elopmtent, Bishop Lawrence of Mas-
L. G. Field; vice president, Lee E.
Joslyn and Henley Hill; secretary, L. sachus.ts asserted in an address on
J. Carrigan and E. D. Kirby; treas- religious educati-n at z joint session
urer, Samuel J. Slavens and L. B of the houses oft bishops and deputies
Hart; football manager, Robert T. of the general convention of the Prot-
Perry (elected) ; basketball manager, estaut Episcopal chtrch today. Bishop
R. H. 'Wilson (elected); baseball man- Lawrence was one of the speakers in
ager, Lester E. Waterbury and W. T. a discussion cn religious education.
O'Connel; track manager, R. Harry "Anythin: that tends to develop
Leslie and Frank L. Walters; ora- character is a part of Christian educa-
torical delegate, C. E. Hutton and S. tion," he asserted. "Football, a friend
G. Pickus; sergeant-at-arms, D. T. Mc- of mine was fond of asserting, was
Cone and C. A. Reid. the best of religious instruction be-
-cause it develops self-control on the
Make War en Enlish Sparrow Pest plays'round." Both capital and labor
New York, Oct. 20.--The League of are scathingly condemned for self-
American Sportsmen has declared war ishness by the joint co: mission for
on the English sparrow and is collect- social service for the Protestant Epis-
ing funds to further the campaign of coral church in a report presented
extinction. hi afternoon.
308 S. State St.
"Drys" to Hold Rally Sunday Night.
Detroit, Oct. 20.-The Highland Park
dry forces will hold a rally Sunday
night in the Highland Park high
school on Glendale avenue. Prominent
speakers will address the meeting.
The pink extra will be on the streets
immediately after the M. A. C. game
Saturday. Complete account of the
Get the pink extra, on the streets
,zmediately after the game.
cago Milwaukee Detroit
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