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October 17, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 14) • Page Image 1

…I M o, ,. pA p !y s ' 't - r SHOQWERS [ER 4bp k x << 4L 4w attAqpoo% ASSOCIATE PRESS DAY AND NIGHT I SERVICE X. No. 14. 4 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THiUSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1918. PRICE TH iii CLOSES PUBLIC PLACES: W6TON BELIEVES CRISIS PASSED; .RSITY ORDERED TO WEAR MASKS i --I President Hutchins Issues Order KASER, ON THRONE; ISSUES NO PEAL NSE EIA TR PASHD LINES; ALLIES NEAR LILLEANDIU to University to WearFace lasks |IGHT MORE DEATH...…

October 17, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 14) • Page Image 2

…" 1 I1AL NEWSPAPER AT THE IVERSITY OF MICHIGAN d every morning except Monday ue university year by the Board in Student Publications. f OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS sociated Press is exclusively entitled e for republication of all news dis- edted to it or not otherwise credited aper and also the local news pue en. F at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, as second class matter. ptionts by carrier or mail, $3.5. Ann Arbor Press Building. . Business, 960; ...…

October 17, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 14) • Page Image 3

…ULII fIbbIUJ Men Through the lies Yesterday IP" MAN ANNOUNCES LINE-UP FOR BIG GAME 'engthenng with Von Wag- 3etz Clark and Vicks Playing , touches are being given y football team, by Coach reparation for the hard C. A. C. game to be played field, Saturday. The first reserves wererdput through mmage yesterday of nearly he mentor paying much at- hi 'line, which though still weak, s rapidly lmprov- ght the last hard workout battle, will take pla...…

October 17, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 14) • Page Image 4

…as t ii r LJ OINT TEST en candidates applied at the eadquarters yesterday for ad- to West Point. Five*of these its were recommended at large tors and are as follows: J. E. G. F. Godley, J. H. Moore, J. , and S. Graetz. Those rec- led from congressional dis- y congressmen are as follows: urden (2), D. D. Thorpe (6), aith (8), C. L. Petty (3), H. R. .h (8), C. L. Fenstermaker (3), arpenter (3), F. L. Britton (3), Perry (3), K. E. Ketchum (1)...…

August 17, 1918 (vol. 9, iss. 23) • Page Image 1

… THE ONLY OFFICIAL J~ i4 u rrirwSUMMER NEWSPAPER K No. 23. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1918 PRICE THREE CENVTS ISO HIACHMENT IJISO51 MEN Have Been Examined, Measured for Uniforms, and Assigned to Quarters ALITIES GOOD, SAY OFFICERS he entire number of men in the d University training detachment ived Tuesday. The present detail sists of aproximately 851 men, in- ding 100 members of the signal ps. .t 4:50 o'clock Thursday morning...…

August 17, 1918 (vol. 9, iss. 23) • Page Image 2

…P1AGE TWO WuerthTheater:I Afternoon-2:3 and 4: 0 Evemng-:on, 8:oo and ro:n = Phone-6o-J - PROGRAM FOR AUGUST Sat-7--Wm. Rossellin "Up Romance Road." Also News and Comedy. .- Sunon-&19-Mar gueite Clarksin Rich Mn, Poo a." AsSe- nett Comedy, "Sheriff Nell's Tussle." Tues-Wed-o-2-Charlotte Walker in en." Also Comedy. Thur-Fri-22-z3-W. S.. Hart in "The Hl-Hound or Aask.' Alo Holmes= r els a nd Comedy, "He Got His." Sat-24-Mrs. Vernon Castle in "Th...…

August 17, 1918 (vol. 9, iss. 23) • Page Image 3

…PAGE THRE THE WOLVERINE- THE WOLVERINE PAGE THRI MAJESTIC Seven Days Starting SUN. Aug.18 O S HIS is the picture that has set the world on fire-You've never STseen a picture until you see this one. W. S. Butterfield, Gen. Manager Bigger and Better than "The Birth of a Nation" he Great War is but the ackground to he Wonderful Love Tale Unfolded Genes taken in Picardy nd the village, of Ham DW*LGflFIH' SUPRE E , ;,SKMEIIMT TRIUMPH WoE/Csr...…

August 17, 1918 (vol. 9, iss. 23) • Page Image 4

…YAdi Fou THE WOLVERINE THE DETACHMENT NEW Save the Pieces Broken Eye Glass Lenses ground In our own shop, same day TRY OUR SERVICE. EYES EXAMINED LET US SHOW YOU OUR ARMY AND NAVY FRAMES You Should Have One Haller & Fuller State Street Jewelers, BOOKS FOR SOLDIERS Moss--Manual of Military Training-----------------.$2.25 Moss-Officers' Manual--------------------------- 2.50 Ellis & Garey-Plattsburgh Manual-...----------------2.oo Infantry Dril...…

May 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 162) • Page Image 1

…I 4kv AL 00, r lmq w Elm tlx ASSOCIATEI PRESS DAY AND NIGHT W SEIVICE TODAY No. 162. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1918. PRICE CST PLANS: TUOWAR TODAY LASSES SUSPENDED AFTER 3 O'CLOCK; LARGE CROWD EXPECTED ORTUNE ELECTED TO LEAD CLASS OF 1920 .phomores Still Lack Candidates for Obstacle Races and Cane Spree Three hundred members of the soph- nore class held a peppy meeting ,t night in the amphitheatre of the hysicls .building ...…

May 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 162) • Page Image 2

…ICH 3AN DAILY ce will be inestimably to the University au- CARYATID niversity of ruing except ar. .nn Arbor as no . Sports AI' l :legraph Editor !ome's Editor ,iterary Editor ation Manager laingaaer Valter R. Atlas :ark K. Ehibert hilip Slomovitz 1 A. Shinkman Ebert C. Angell ancesC andibo amuel Lamport Cecelia Fohey arguerite Clark berta L. Berry n A. Scholnick 2illa A. Nelson L. A. Storrer Frank N. Gaethke LY 17, 1918. 'hilip Slomovi...…

May 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 162) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAiLY LVER ... . __.. . _._ _ ..... __ _ - t INES BATTING OVER .300 g I 0 MORROW Name. AB. Hits P.C. Scheidler...........1 1 1.000 Mraz ............32 12 .375 Knode............24 8 .333 Morrison...... ...15 5 .333 Ohlmacher.........28 8 .286 Cooper........33 8 .242 Genebach..........19 4 .222 Bowerman...........4 Gilmartin..........20 Garrett............31 Adams............37 Ruzicka ...........8 Saunders ...........3 La...…

May 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 162) • Page Image 4

…ThE NICHIGAN DAILY Silver Box,' is anxious to secure) at Last looking indi- ,to take part a The Silver rtisement, publish- m Daily a few days r during the next effort to secure 25 he part of "seedy of a court room third act of "The Oratorical associa- presented May 24 people who have had previous exper- ience in acting seedy looking parts before they camne to the University. No matter how citified and intellec- tual the applicants may...…

May 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 162) • Page Image 5

…. X 'W7 TS SENNETS PANAMAS LEGHORNS OKS $2.50 t $7.00 idhams & Co. reet - Two Stores - Main Street M'1T4 CLEANEDIT SUIT When we return your clothes dry eandwwnt yu to eaietm critically C hoy areV satisctory kindly do us a good turn with your friends. If by any chance they should not be enrely satis actory send us word an. weltl cllforr themand isakethe ! right. We g1arant' sat- _ isfaction, ANN ARBOR STEAM DYE WORKS LANE HALL TUR...…

May 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 162) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY YOU'RE NOT READY Do, Thrift FOR SUMMER Stamps you have ordered that light weight er suit. A summer suit made by Mal- .s a combination of style, comfort, and my. Style is possible for the reason that it is cut and made to your individual re. Comfort is there because the mat- of the sheerest fabric, and economy, be- a summer suit costs little in the begin- nd if hand tailored by Malcolm will ind always look well-We are showi...…

April 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 136) • Page Image 1

…r , PAW ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1918. r- ON 28 WINDOWS PAINTED WITH 'WARNING INSCRIPTIONS ANNOUNCE COMMITTEES FOR COMEDY CLUB PLAY bor residents and one y were among the list :men who were given the University by the is at their last meeting, those who re- vs: Graduate ;ineering, Mar- rbor; M. of S., Ann Arbor; Lansing: mas- Mary Mac- College-Bachelor of Arts, le, Milford; Robert Loomis, 0.; Leroy Powell, Grand...…

April 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 136) • Page Image 2

…are assured of a sue- . war gardens. executed, one of istence has been comes an art. A of living is as a man as a lack Lnd work go hand be pushed away r are bound to fying proportions. d, are an essent- ery road to suc- can be made a e desired goal- cans call them se they have to CARYA TID Occupation for idle vacation-looking over gles and counting the clipped jokes. hours during your old Gar- repetitions of Lde from Old Glory, the nicest...…

April 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 136) • Page Image 3

…,. r.... . r ... .... r.. ..,..... IrI r11 Ir il rr Arrlq t . _.__ .... .. ._ STRAYED UNIFORMS ECoach Lundgren Claims to Havei F. - _I "ressen Leading Off for Jennings _ Checked Baggage for Arbon Ann VARSITY MAY MEET SCRUBS TODAY IF UNIFORMS ARRIVEj Coach Satisfied with Work of Against Columbus Last week Team Somewhere between Columbus and Ann Arbor the uniforms and bats of the Michigan baseball team are taking a little rest, unmind...…

April 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 136) • Page Image 4

…T1 iE NICHIGAN DAILY ---- -- _.A First Duty- Now that we're back---is to 11 I .,._"i "Every dollar subscribed to the Liber- ty Loan is a dollar invested in American manhood. Every dollar subscribed as the result of self-denial means partner- ship in the hardships and risks of our men in the trenches. "Every dollar subscribed will confirm the determination of our people at home to stand by its army to a victorious end. An overwhe...…

April 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 136) • Page Image 5

…PECILIZATION TALKS I BY CAMPUS PROFESSORS Mm TIONS WEl 'I u Y. M. C. A. EMPLOYMENT BUREA ANXIOUS TO INCREASE ITS US] FULNESS TO STUDENTS. U E- s 94 your k Co. 'e R STEAM FORKS ed 1887 RY CLEANING, PRESS- STEAM CLEANING AT -ITY PRICES. YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO INSPECT OUR WORK. FOR EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL No Job too Small or too Large WASHTENAW ELECTRIC SHOP "The Shop of Quality" If it's not right we make it right - PHONE 273 - ...…

April 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 136) • Page Image 6

…MILITARY NEWS I I I LTS G I f nd Trimmings market costs. sociation. mying early. We now lacks, as well as many t before the heavy ad- and look them over. Faculty drillers will continue their meetings from 7 to 8 o'clock every, evening in Waterman gymnasium beginning this evening. This will be the first drill held since the Easter holidays. Commencing tomorrow afternoon the battalion scheduled for athletic training under Dr. George A...…

March 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 118) • Page Image 1

…>N1 anl V 00 it AYAN IG ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 17, 1918. PRICE p pOPERA PLAYS TO LARGE AUDIENCES (R. B.) "Let's Go" played to a packed house yesterday afternoon and to a fairly large audience last evening. The principals seemed much more at ease than in the three previous perform- ances, while every vestige of ungain- AJORIT. liness had disappeared from the chor- QUAB. uses. Spontaneity and "pep" featur- ed the evening app...…

March 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 118) • Page Image 2

…I il 1 Ll 11 and Huron Streets Religion of Our l-lymnns. :30--- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH and the CHURCH OF CHRIST 10:30 a. m.-"Christianity and This Crisis." J. M. Wells, Minister CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Gymnasium ress by Rev. R. S. Loring. UL I g except 6:30-Illustrated address before the r a Student Society by Mr. N. R. Chavre 2414. on india of the Indians. o words, ly to ap- faith.The Now the time is ripe to lend a help r, if left ing hand...…

March 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 118) • Page Image 3

…WIkuLL UFUnI DY OFRS Joe Ray Equals World Record New York, March 16.-Joie Ray of the Illinois athletic association equal- IT ffl ed the world's record for the 1,000- yardi run at the national indoor A. . '. championship here tonight. Dave I'ROVEMENT Caldwell of the Boston Athletic asso- FIELI)- ciation finished second, and Erwin H. Fall of the Great Lakes Naval Train- ing station, third. The time was 2:14. girl with the new tall I over to Wa...…

March 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 118) • Page Image 4

…Show of 1917" at with their tour bridesmaids, are hav- ragtime court room scene males an ing a. farewell party at a popular roof interesting plot. garden. The pair have a misunder- standing and the party breaks up leav- William Fox's screen production of ing the groom in a most peculiar sit- "Cleopatra," in which Theda Bara uation. How he plays his part here plays the role of the Egyptian prin- } Long-Legs," at tomorrow night. "Mary's Ankl...…

March 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 118) • Page Image 5

…I IUliILiI IUdd fll IULIn { RESIGNED TO HIS FAE R)E (WARD DESCRIBES SOLI.- TARY LIFE OF EXILED RULER MILITARY NEWS . nishings & Co. MAIN STREET AT WASHINGTON Eyes '/ our superior services, into every eye exam- Geneva, Switzerland, March 15. -I Nicholas Romanoff who, as emperorl of Russia, once exercised sway over the fate of millions of Russians, leads a melancholy life at Tobols, the Sib- erian "city of death" to which he and his ...…

March 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 118) • Page Image 6

…11 1U dLUULIE II I 9 ItIIB 's resent market costs. ngs Association. by buying early. We now ad blacks, as well as many .ught before the heavy ad- in and look them over. M4 MALCOLM BLOCK U on fixings -the hest St teria YOUR and Supplies h the College Spirit" &0Co. Detroit and GirilI Exquisite SECOND CAMPAIGN TO SUPPLY MEN WITH LITERATURE OPENS THIS WEEK - Libraries throughout the country will participate this week in the see- o...…

February 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 94) • Page Image 1

…Lav Av A6F .4ij if ID all atg PREP DAF AND NIG SERVIC . ANN ARBOR, MICII GAN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1918. PRICE -.,---- . ; 1" 1 . Snall ss) or General ral William he British ancement is to indicate importance the war on 'liament behind him 'appled with the ituation and made he view which so at there should be Af the allied army. with the predicted ng from the meet- ae war council at >bertson would not con- General Wilson's place ...…

February 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 94) • Page Image 2

…_ ...._- The Bolsheviki are having their troubles. Germany says she is still fighting Russia. The Bolsheviki claim they are through. American's don't seem to know how the Bolshevik stand. We doubt if they do themn- selves. We understand that Coach Mitchell is aiming at a good basketball team pext year. We're not interested yet. What we want is one for the balance of this season. The row about letting women in the opera seems to have died a mo...…

February 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 94) • Page Image 3

…1 _ - ?ping in ng Hop-. "Oh, who's shot? Not really over! Well, I'm so glad that I've learned the game thoroughly. You're still cher- ishing my Dorine, aren't you, Percy? AY PLANS ESTLING MEET hiug to Enter Meet Must Up at Gymnasium March 4 Plans for the annual wrestling re- tourney are rapidly taking shape. All men who wish to enter any one of the four divisions are to sign up in the office of Doctor G. A. May in Waterman gymnasium March ...…

February 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 94) • Page Image 4

…is coun- can. He4 apers of f, MILITARY NEWS how is a clever one, well and the music is catchy, clev- original.' * AT THE MAJESTIC * The 1918 version of "The Sunny Side - * of Broadway," is an entirely new show * with the exception of the name, ac- * cording to the press agent. Some of " * the features of the production this * season are a scene in a moving picture s * studio, a rathskeller scene where Max A * does a drum specialty, a rag-t...…

February 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 94) • Page Image 5

…Rl II IIIUIJIUL IILUULfl I IUII OF FESTIVAL SEAT SAL Choice 2its From College exchanges coats Robes off & Co. -MAIN STREET AT WASHINGTON 9 T OLD SUIT looks like a hopeless case hanging in the closet. Well, don't worry, let us' dry clean and press it for you-it is good for lots of wear yet, and think of thie saving. Bring it in or let us call today. ANN ARBOR STEAM DYE WORKS PHONE 628 I. II I FOR EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL No Job too S...…

February 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 94) • Page Image 6

… I, JAY SERVICES IN; ANN ARBOR .CHOHE &L~ ~ a ___. r e for your inspeC- to give you 11 Army Uni- to quote 1. )LM .... MIMOWA I*I B, Two or Three Stars. olid Gold. 'ELER NICKELS ARCADE Recieved ictical Navigation" Bowditch UNITARIAN CHURCH Morning service at 10:30 with ad- dress by the Rev. R. S. Loring on "The Second Coming of Religion and the War." The Students' society will be addressed at 6:30 by the Rev. N. 'J. Springer, n...…

January 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 81) • Page Image 1

…I 10.1 1 rl X4 it 43Ufl A6F 43 at I f i PRESS DAY AND tiIGWI 00 SERVICE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1918. PRICE i-FOOD INDUSTRIES EAST OF ISSISSIPPI CLOSED FOR 5 c I 892 Rivals Cloud Annette's Horizon! U U U IVI L Approximately 892 rivals of Annette Kellerman will be attending the Uni-. versity of Michigan if the health pre- cepts for women advocated by Miss Alice Evans, director of physical train- RANTS, ...…

January 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 81) • Page Image 2

…t of finals is expected to isting. Sort of going in- less dangerous, many of ulty alike thould be proud, it f. 0. T. C. And if the cadet emember that he is responsible development of the corps-that dividually responsible, just as rallest cog in the greatest ma- our Michigan military organiz- ould soon approach the stand- troons with much more train- Count Von Hertling is ill and may resign. What kind of illness, Count? -cold feet? The lits w...…

January 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 81) • Page Image 3

…LL L Illi * SPORTS FOR WAR PERIOD New York, Jan. 16.-Eighteen colleges in four eastern states have dropped athletics because of the war, according to returns from a questionnaire distributed by Prof. Frederick B. Well, of the college of the City of New York. The colleges are in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Twenty-two colleges have elim- inated all pre-season coaching and the others have cut down the period. Twenty-th...…

January 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 81) • Page Image 4

…was the feat rece girl farmer from Patronize Our Nights: Orch-fAl estra $1 50&$2 M 1 BalanceHouse D. 25cto $1.00ki Dr Arthur Hopkins pri I"A Isc SCENE FROM "YOU'RE IN LOVE" AT THE WHITNEY, FRIDAY,;JAN. 18 i The Daily Cardinal of the University of Wisconsin is aided by the services obs of12 young women. The University of Cincinnati has on its daily, an upper staff of seven mem- us in bers, of which five are women, while in col- four out of...…

January 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 81) • Page Image 5

…I iTRIA AND BULGARIA TO DOMINATE BAANS ies play. The recruit soon look a soldier-trim, smart, WHAT GERMAN VICTORY MEAN EXPLAINED BY HISTORIAN WILL If you would attain success-you SBloch or a -Stern Suit for the man who wants to as / mitt, Apfel Co. ;a WOW C. MARQUARDT GARAGE nts for d Sensible Six" We carry a full line of Accessories, Alcohol, and Hood Covers. Overhauling of Cars by experienced men. 311 Maynard Street £ U. S....…

January 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 81) • Page Image 6

…}HOE N LAST Large Shipment Just Arrived All sizes and widths Regulation or Oil Tanage Price $7.00 u< k-Over )T SHOP S. MAIN ST. complete line UNIVERSA CONSORS ION A OCATED__BY FOSTER (Continued from Page One) gical dressings and with inadequate operating materials. Reports Circulated by Enemies "It appears to me," the speaker con- tinued; "that these reports are circu- lated by paid German agents and they gain momentum by the people in ...…

November 17, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 41) • Page Image 1

…44 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1917. NT GONVENE THLY MEETING J. VINCENT VOLUNTEERS TO FRANCE AS ASSIST- ANT OF UNION f TRANSACTS BUSINESS ONLY of Absence Granted; ses Authorized; Degrees Conferred Pur- I That Varren J. Vincent, graduate of ersity, has volunteered to go :e, paying his own expenses, to assist Prof. Charles B member of the executive com- the American University Un- ad, was announced yesterday n at the meet...…

November 17, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 41) • Page Image 2

…do epedy this con- is wrong for a 11 the work on one of us take to be done, and naturally good abits which will ceeding later in I w o4W IH I Board of directors of the Womens league will meet at 9 o'clock this morning at Barbour gymnasium. Women's athletic association will give the second annual all-camp, mixer at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon at Barbour gymnaium. A cross-country hike wil -tart at 9:30 o'clock this morning from iar- bour gymna...…

November 17, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 41) • Page Image 3

…IOTRE DAME BATTLES ALL-FRESH TODAY I ---- 160 Berry f. b. EAST Pa., University Philadelphia, of; wck 161 Light r. h. 173 Strauss Lh. COACH MITCHELL PREDICTS BATTLE, BUT IS CONFIDENT OF VICTORY A 149 Bell q.' AdvantageI 170 Miller r. e. 1. e. Goetz 184 179 Thomas r. t. 1. t. Goodsell 199 184 Dieter r. g. 1. g. Culver 191 162 Wray C. 160 Cleary 1. g. r. g. Fortune 189' 168 Maynard 1. t. 180 VanCinckle 1. e. C. Lambert 160 r....…

November 17, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 41) • Page Image 4

…I! .LI I Liberty Airplane EnginesI Out; Tests Now Being Changes Few e Sent fe; o see Ole sing NEGROES LEAVE FOR CAMP UP- TON; GYMNAStUM PLANS READY sia Has "Feeding Points" rad, Nov. 1.-To put into ef- system of providing food for hildren of P'etrograd, the goov- has set aside 78,000 robles for eeding point" already estab- ere. Requests for the ar pro- of 1,900,000 robles for the es- ent of additional "feeding have been received by the ...…

November 17, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 41) • Page Image 5

…WAR MEASURE, TO CORPORAL PHEL GER USE OF WHITE LAFAYETTE AL COINAGE BAGS Nov. 16.-Great Brit- Corporal Phelps t ilted States have enter- this city, now an av eement, as a war meas- ette escadrille, rec a larger use of silver German airplane or two governments will according to a Frer n regular monthly in- received here. Cor Ilion to the amount of traveling in comp ),000 ounces, during the American aviator, year. Inasmuch as sil- Turnure of New...…

October 17, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 14) • Page Image 1

…TA4E WEATHER IFAIR AND COLDER BUY THAT LIBERTY BOND NOW! C1r tIJnk aitt I ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT 'WIRE SERVICE TODAY p VOL XXVIII. No. 14. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TEN CONGRESSMEN Ml'HI~iAN'R IF TO VISIT ALLIESI FI ,l 1fNINI WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1917. PRICE THREE CENTS > I Lul il III IU TO LIBERTYLOAN REACHEs' S 1,350 COMMITTEE ASTONISHED AT STU- DENTS' TARDINESS IN SUB- SCRIBING MONEY -j THREE FRATERNITIES CARRY HALF OF SUM C...…

October 17, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 14) • Page Image 2

….1 , 6 .- ; , ;:I 1 - 'NEWPORT SALES-OFFICES ISWITZ EK'S m Newberry residence,~ STATE STREET "1 b A L Miss Dorothy Mills,; who has been _________________ teaching -in China for the past two, years, will meet Episcopal girls this afternoon from 3 to 5:30 o'clock at the Episcopal. dormitory, .5~17: East Ann street, Landy ases, ~Mrs. H. W. Douglas of Cambridge ~ road gave a tea for Miss Mills Tues- For Parce. Po6 s4t day. Some interesting ex...…

October 17, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 14) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TARSITY INE-UP 6ETS SOME SHAKE Yost Holds Secret Practice Session to Instruct Squad In Series of New Plays SATURDAY'S TEAM PERSONNEL SU;FFERS SEVEN CHANGES Lambert Replaces Beath at Center; Weston Will Play Quarter and Froemke Half * *- * * * -* * * * * * * * * HOW THEY'LL LINEUP **Goetz........L.E......Ellsner' * Goodsell.........L.T ......... Voss' * Boyd ...........L.G...... Bateson * Lamb...…

October 17, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 14) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY- WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, .....__. U. S. Army Officers Uniforms a I Army Officers-secure the distinctive military ness of the WILD made-to-measure uniform. smart- We were fortunate in being the first in this city to be- come established in this line of work. FOOD AND DRUG STORES TO EIVEINSPECTION FRATERNITIES, SORORITIES, AND BOARDING IjOUSES IN- CLUDED A staff of state food and drug in- spectors under the perso...…

October 17, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 14) • Page Image 5

…r E~7, r 17. THE MICHIGAN DAILY ___________ rJc mAN7MEN a 1HWHU AEGONE TOI FIGHT' FOR -FREEOM ANO DEMOCRACY MAIZE AND BLUE WILL P. T., '18E, Great Lakes training sta- FACE TEUTON ILINES tion; Westbrook, H. G., '18E, Camp Custer, Battle Creek; Bessay, Robert, 20, Camp Sheridan, Ill.; West, John, Editor's note:- This is the last of 20E, first lieutenant, marines, France. the series of nanes of Michigan men in the service of their co ntry.9 r > ...…

October 17, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 14) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 19 J. Real Orient - Mlysterious and Uncanny - Found on Campus Before a Jury You know that your appearance is always on trial. Every man you meet is both judge and jury of how you look. Are you guilty of a faulty selection in your clothes? Do poor fitting clothes stand against you? If so, why not acquit yourself, win the verdict and be declared a good dresser? Let us become your tailoring counsel...…

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