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r' H A N K S G I V I N G
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t this time of the year, with good thingp
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.n all-wool suit or overcoat, individually cut and hand-
ailored to your individual measure, will be both sensible
nd seasonable, and will give you something good for
he holidays.
Order now while our showing is complete, and have
that Suit or Overcoat in time for Thanksgiving.

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NEW COURSES MAY
FOSTER__TRAINING
Providing of Military Lectures Likely
to Show Need of Further
Preparedness
PROF. HOBBS DISCUSSES PLAN
In the adoption of the modified war
order number 48 by the regents of
the University Friday, Prof. W. H.
Hobbs believes that the military lec-
tures as provided under the plan will
show the need of practical military
training. According to Professor
Hobbs the new courses only promise
to correct prevailing ideas of military
history and policy in the United States
and in this way encourage further pre-
paredness.
These views were expressed by Pro-
fessor Hobbs in a military training ar-
ticle contributed to the Yale Daily
News. When asked for his opinion re-
garding the action of the board of
regents, Professor Hobbs referred to
his article.: He said in part:
"There is an obvious tendency to
consider the college trained man with
theoretical courses in strategy and
tactics as competent to assume posi-
tions of command in time of war.
There is here involved the miscon-
ceptions of generals being produced
out of hand, without the necessity of
first learning the lessons of obedience
and discipline as privates, and by ad-
vancing through several steps to the
higher ranks.
"If in addition it be required that
all who elect the courses in military
science to secure academic credit
shall attend summer camps held under
government auspices, something much
more definite in the direction of na-
tional defense will be accomplished.
A result large and comprehensive will
have been attained only when the wise
plan of the government to combine
practical with theoretical instruction
upon the campus in the proportions
ishown, by experience to be the best
that has been adopted, not overlooking
the pressing need for artillery ,and
cavalry units.
"If the universities elect to play a
minor role only in military prepared-
ness, it is possible that they will be
able to obtain the services of a United
States army officer for lecture pur-
poses under the provisions of general
order number 48 of the war depart-
ment, but they will certainly not re-
ceive the many benefits embodied in
those sections of the defense act which
provide for the training of the reserve.
officers' corps. It is for them to con-
sider whether under the present con-
ditions of the world today they have
not a duty to perform in order to in-
sure the national defense."

Orpheum Theatre
M:i"ir , 2:00-3:30. Evening, 6 45,
8:35, 930.
Saturdays-Ellidays continuous.
Sun.-Mon .26-27-Maurice and Florer ce
Waton in "The Quest of Life". Also
Holmes Travels.
Tues.-28-Normna Talmadge in "The Socl-
al Secrtar:." Also Triangle Comedy,
Star ?:rtoners in "A Scoundrel's
Toll.' Five. 15e.
Wed.-;e-Mary Pickford in Hulda from
llollanid," Rebooked.

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C. W. CRAHAM, Mngr .

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Up -to - date Shoe Repairing
The cleanest and best up-to-date Shoe Shop in
the city.
SPECIAL:T FREE MATINEE TICKET
TO THE ORPHEUM THEATRE

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ARCADE
Shows at 3:00; 6:30; 8:00; 9:30
ioc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Phone 296-M.
M11.-27-Theda Bara in "The Sternal
Sapho." 15c.
Tues.-28-Lillian walker in "The Kid"
Mutt & Jeff Cartoon,
Wed-29-Lew Fields in "The ManiWho
Slood Still"; Mutt & Jeff Cartoon.
Thur.-3o-June Caprice and Jane Lee in
"The Ragged Princess." Chap. 5 of
Billie Burke in Gloria's Romance." 15c

NOW ON DISPLAY HERE

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ALBERT GANSLE
108 E. Washington St.
FINE MERCHANT TAILORING
ALTERATIONS REPAIRING

Sheehan & Co.

Come in and Browse around

FT'S GO0ING ON

STUDENT COUNCIL ASKS FOR
SUPPORT OF STUDENT BODY

Today.
'clock--Free lecture on Christian
.ce by Virgil 0. Strickler, U-Hall
orium.
5 o'clock-Jewish Student con-
ition meets in Newberry hall.
'clock-Prof. E. C. Baldwin ad-
es Menorah society in Newberry
Tomorrow.
'clock-Rehearsal of Hindu act
he Magic Carpet," Sarah Caswell
I hall.
U-Notices.
kets for the Spotlight vaudeville
be on sale Monday at Wahr's,
ian's, and Slater's book stores.
Union members may obtain tick-
or the Spotlight vaudeville at
Jnion desk upon presentation of
>ership cards.
Choral union will meet at 7
k Tuesday night for the Michi-
Jnion Spotlight vaudeville.
junior engineers intending to get
roy trousers must be measured
N. F. Allen company's shop, 211
Main street, before Tuesday
EN REMOD ELED GYMNASIUM *

(Continued from Page One.)
complaint to refer to the council as a
whole, are heartily welcome to the
meetings.
"Through these three media of con-
tact (together with personal expres-
sion of opinion to councilmen), the
council hopes to come more intimately
than ever into touch with student sen-
timent. Not merely passive, but crit-
ical, constructive support is wanted.
The student council wishes to be, in
the mind of every student-particu-
larly of every upperclassman-his gov-
ernment.%
(Signed) "STUDENT COUNCIL."
ANNOUNCE ELECTION OF
SENIOR LIT COMMITTEES
(Continued from Page One.)
Ralph Carmen,dK. Overmann, Elsie M.
Paul, Euthymia IHildner. Finance-
Yancey Altscheler, Jeanette Arm-
strong. Auditing-Milburn Palin, chair-
man; B. W. Taleen, Marsh Woodruff.
Within a short time a class meeting
will be called, and a program for the
year will be announced.
Catholic Alumnae Score Modern Dress
Baltimore, Md., Nov. 25.-The In-
ternational Federation of Catholic
Alumnae in session here discussed the
modern dress and will adopt a reso-
lution favoring reform.
Try a Michigan Daily Want Ad.
Dancing classes and private lessons
at the Packard Academy. 18-tf
Lessons in Fancy Work, 50 cents per
hour. Orders filled for Xmas. Phone
740-M. 34-24-25-26
Roast sirloin steak dinner, Michigan
Union today. 85 cents. 26

PR-lONE
1321 or 170-M
FOR FLOWERS
A full line of plant and
cut flower basRets
Goodhew Floral Co.
2 5 E. Liberty Darling Bldg.
WILL ELECT CAPTAIN SHORTLY
Michig~n Football Squad Awaits
P&'acli Who is llcoxcrintg Rspidly
Mich Igau _1 l'f0ootball captain will
probably be named Monday, although
nothing definite is known as yet. The
delay in the action and the picture
taking 'has been mado necessary be-
cause of the condition of Peach, the
ailing member still being confined to
his home.
Physicians have been reticent in
giving out the exact condition of the
right end and rifle-shot forward pass-
er of the Wolverines, but he has been
allowed to depart from the hillside
building although he is still under
phfsician's orders, and is not allowed
to leave the house.
If the ban is lifted tomorrow, the
election of leader for next season by
the 14 men will be held, and the pic-
ture of the team will be snapped at the
same time. Otherwise the election will
have to be held off until Peach has re-
covered.
Roast chicken dinner, Mich. Union
today. $1.00.
Moleskin coats-Wombat fur collar
-cut long--belted back-Wagner &
Co., State Street. 26-28-29

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FRED HRICE
329. S. Main St.
Opposite Orpheum'Theatre

Week of Nov. 27
Nights (except
~ I~T~ UI'~Thurs. and Sat.)
Pop. Mat., Wed., A R I C
5oc to I.5o D ET R T Sat.Mats., 50c to
DETROIT 2.00. Thiurs. and
Sat Night, 5oc
to $2.50.

Phozie 2428

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with each job of a dollar or more.

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MESSRS. SHUBERT Present

ttThe Girl From Brazil"
A Joyous Musical Scamper
Direct from its Great Success at the 44th Street and Shubert Theaters,
New York. Book by Edgar Smith from the original of Julius Bram-
mer and Alfred Grunwald
Music by Robert Winterberg and Sigmund Romberg
Lyrics by Matthew Woodward
Staged by Benrimo
Dances and Ensembles by Allan I, Foster
Orchestra directed by Gaetano Merola
Under the Personal Direction of Mr. J. J. Shubert
With the Brilliant Cast Including

Frances Demarest
Beth Lydy
Maude Odell
Dorothy Maynard
Nora White
Dorothy Wahl

George Hassell
Hal Forde
Louis A. Simon
-Jdhn H. Goldsworthy
Stuart Jackson
Richard Temple

Others, and a Bewitching Chorus of Fifty

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Lockers in Waterman gymnas-
n will be given out Tuesday
orning, between 10) and 12
clock, and in the afternoon
om 1 to 5 o'clock. Freshman
asses in gymnasium work will
art Monday, Dec. 4.
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Mats.Tues.-Wed.-Fi.-Sat. 3 p.m.
Nights 7:39 and 9:00 o'clock
W ERE N VELTY REIGNS SUJPRE ME
DIRECT FROM THE KEITH CIRCUIT - FIRST TIME HERE
0 "THE BROKEN
MIRROR"
KNAPP AND CORNALLA EVERYTHIGF
EMILY DARRELL AND FORD HANFORD EE FOAL
"'" RTH EEDE V I LSS H
! DE ILI H "T E / !! WHIRLWIND"

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Films, males Prints and
Enlargements.
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