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November 30, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 52) • Page Image 1

…r i r p a A .Ai 1 I ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1917. I A COME FRONT PIGMY FLEET PREPARES FOR FIGHT ON TINY LAE HON DFEARS SLIDE IINTO WORLD CONFLICT om Death ine ic Port, Nov. 29.-The party ican representatives, members h had narrow escapes from injury when they came under machine gun fire recently isiting the trenches on the front in France, returning i an American steamship to- ermans, it appears, noticed the...…

November 30, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 52) • Page Image 2

…ave Never Had Such B efcre ^., G Wintei I""SEl 1or women an, )rice, have no c, ood looks andi icy Tweedts, Ch tailored or t- ing, velvet or mngth models, e. rCoats - 7.LAT f id misses, which, at comparison anywh ere real service. GC' ats heviots and Kerseys. 'immed with fancy fur fabric plush. 4 traigft line or bei=:ed. ff MAIL IN ~ INQUIRIES t SOLICITED This year's samples are urnu and leave your STATE ST, WA We have a complete st...…

November 30, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 52) • Page Image 3

…1"I n in Shot Put Events Exceeds All Records of Both Regi- ments Members of all the companies in the second regiment showed good form in the athletic events held on Ferry field, under Dr. George A. May 'since Oct. 1. The winners-of the dif- ferent contests were as follows: t. Co. D EET MAIN STRI FOR MHING ECTRICAL I or too Large It right Ann 117 Pcarl Ypsilanti i-Sodasj sian and Commit- Second regiment, company A: 50- yard dash, W...…

November 30, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 52) • Page Image 4

…uI ., Text- to over is trul .... , my Differenc s on5Roll 25c ea. 90c [ANEY than others. Group Picture the Packard d Thursday . Private lea none 1850-n1. TODY jMAY FORM COAL POOL I - - TODAY 7:30 o'clock-Alpha Ns literary so- ® ciety meets in Alpha Nu rooms, Uni- ADVOCATES BELIEVE BETTER versity hall. SERVICE MAY BE OBTAINED 7:30 o'clock - Prof. C. L. Meader BY GOVERNMENT RULE speaks to Cosmopolitan club in Lane hall on "Russia." i Washi...…

November 29, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 51) • Page Image 1

… ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1917. To Safeguard Vessels grossing Submarine Zone ADVISE ATTI SUMMER Times Oblige Stud( rations of all American merchant vice is planned by the government e submarine zone. The proposal ker and Daniels and will be adopt- ,To' ships with capable reserves, the pres- .t fleet. Those who do not wish to American and Pacific trades, al- jority are ready to enter the naval merchant marine already is e...…

November 29, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 51) • Page Image 2

…to obtain and use the cc r lies in your eyesight. [ege education you (If they are weal to me.) C. FULLER, Optometrist-Optician h Haller & Fuller State Street Jewelers I 11 This beens,' of us. The fiery trial thr6ugh which we pass will light us down in honor or dishonor, to the latest generation. We, even we here, hold the power and bear the responsibility. We shall nobly save or meanly lose the last, best hope of earth." WM. H. HOBBS....…

November 29, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 51) • Page Image 3

…A nnounce Results inches, Anderson, 17 feet; shot put, 16 ~ ,,~une teuy pounds, Richelberger, 26 feet 7 inches, of (CoMp an M eet Smith, 6 feet 3 inches, 12 pounds, Suits, 31 feet. ka G-- Bucklwlder ts First in Two Events Athletic Contests Bring To Light Company H: 50-yard dash, Burk- Coach Yost Will Officiate Today SHOW SOMJ Lincoln, Syracuse vs. Nebras Columbia, Kansas vs. Misouri Omaha, Wyoming vs. Creight Des Moines, Ames vs. Drake. Sio...…

November 29, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 51) • Page Image 4

…I A wI .&y~ l Lr.. r Aoldier Boy," * " Gladden SickI at the Gar- TODAY Whitney - "The Whole Damm Family." Majestic-"The Naughty Prin- * *, * * * * * * * Orpheum-Ruth Stonehouse in- "Phantom Husband." Also Tri- angle comedy and weekly. Wuerth - Jack Pickford and Louise Huff in "The Ghost House." Also Keystone comedy, "The Sul- tan's Wife." * * * * * * *, * * -Jane Cowl in "The Dawn." Also Christie ' Rae 'Jury - Mable Taliaferro o...…

November 29, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 51) • Page Image 5

…THREE GERMANS TURN TRAITOR TO FATHERLAND EXECUTED AFTER DISCOVERY OF ACTIVITY IN CAUSE OF EN- TENTE ALLIES Amsterdam, Nov. 28.-(Correspond- ence of the Associated Press).-Three The L ARE The "NEW WHI nembers of the Univer- the Medical school are mnmissions in the United navy. Many of the pro- gaged in active service army are Those now in active .service and their headquarters, are: Major V. C. Vaughan, on the surgeon general's staff, Was...…

November 29, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 51) • Page Image 6

…MERE IN LEAGUE I CHICAGO OPPONENT OF TEAM ON SAME NIGHT [ TO THEM, TUES. OTHER foreign stu- h With the Central league debaters 'les E. Hurry, finally selected team work has al- e Y. M. C. A., ready started on the question which lest in Amer- Michigan will debate with Northwest- students Tues- ern and Chicago. These teams are to construct sep- 'y, many of the arate briefs of their respective sides orth American and they are to be completed a...…

November 28, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 50) • Page Image 1

…Z1tr!T &U J1t ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1917. Fl ti BOARD NION 5 PRESIDENT'S THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATIN '"""ULLIES CONFER IN PARIS S Oi N UFIED WAR PLAN QUOTA $4,000 F IN ity tor am in chigan branch versity Union Prof. C. B. V The :s had ns re- e, any ir ac- as a itself blica- publica- d be im- this time . "We have been given the opportunity to serve mankind, as we once served ourselves in the great day of our De...…

November 28, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 50) • Page Image 2

…U~o ree n I .11 flour became scarce the other were also scarce on dough. -0 Keep the food pledge in the kitchen well as in the front window. ISPIRIT WRONG C 'EM" AND NOT' DS" HEARD AT 4 MEETING. "MICHIGAN FOOTBALL e L.l ics i re the Editor, The Michigan Daily: teach Those who seek evidence in score- ditor board records appear to be of one [anager mind in pronouncing Michigan's past Carey rk, Jr football season more or less of a fai...…

November 28, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 50) • Page Image 3

…TILT II Ill LII FOR INITIAL PRACTICE NORE TIAN 6 TRY-OUTS FIGHT FOR PLACES ON BASKET- BALL TEAM MINNESOTA OR CHICAGO MAY BE ON WOLVERINE SCHED- ULE Football Hot Chocolate and d $4.50 Co. MAIN STREET ,! NOW SERVING PUBLIC FOR .v ~ '. I Small or too Large it right 117 Pearl Ypsilanti amr Although Michigan's 1918 football schedule will not be arranged for some time yet, there has been no little speculation as to the teams which...…

November 28, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 50) • Page Image 4

…'ENSifWl ill ii lb Ye' L NEWS Fabrics e hard to get. But despite of all-wool fabrics in the men's stylish clothes are on nt you can't afford to over- d suit that is truly LM One-third of Quota Reached in First Day's Drive; Committee Confident Subscriptions for the Knights of Columbus war fund among the citi- zens of Ann Arbor for the first day of the drive, which started yesterday morning, were announced last night by the city commi...…

November 27, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 49) • Page Image 1

…1 F, I IDAY A ) ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1917. OST OF NEW MEN AT CUSTER UNFIT Tren Per Vent Sent Home; Heart Trouble to Blame in Majority of Cases Battle Creek, Nov. 26.-Ten per cent of the last increment of selected mena at Custer will be rejected because of physical disabilities, heart afflications being more prevalent than any other cause, according to an announcement given out today by the examining board here. Th...…

November 27, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 49) • Page Image 2

…)obtain and use the college education you are 0o receiving today lies in your eyesight. (If they are weak-l I come to me.) HSES Too MUCH YS TJIANKSGIVN4 UNION IS WASTEFUL 'RIOTIC. chigan Daily: issue of-Sunday's Daily ing item-the menu for ping dinner advertised 3n Union, consisting of Greeting R. C. FULLER, OptmtitOtca With Haller & Fuller State Street Jewelers This year's p I At a time when millions of people in rM. Carey the ...…

November 27, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 49) • Page Image 3

…111 1 li IIInu STARTSI I WORK I T OI ent you put on to keep/ The Latest in aS FARRELL HOLDS FIRST PRAC'TCE OF SEASON IN GYMNAS- IlM All assistant track managers and try-outs report at Waterman gymnasium at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon. t" brings to your mind a picture 4f , comfortable outer garment that a leaves his home-- STEIN-BLOCH and MICHAELS-STERN Twenty to Thirty-five Dollars. :hmitt, Apfel Co. ________ i ale and Rent TRITI G ...…

November 27, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 49) • Page Image 4

…II I iIBT- LOIETT r4. 'HOEj n LAST irge Shipment Just Arrived All sizes and widths gulation or Oil Tanage Price $7.00 [k-Over OT SHOP S. MAIN ST. * of the University of Ntiehigan nspect our splendidly complete line of handsome :s and Overcoats Smart, Clever Models MOTOR COMPANI;ES CO-OPERATEk WITH PRODUCTION OF WAtR MATERIALS Washington, Nov. 26. -"The report that I am contemplating an order shutting off cars from the automobile indus...…

November 25, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 48) • Page Image 1

…an 31 a I ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25. IC AERIAL SITY SQUAD; 3RE12 TO 12 R SCHOOL XNS ORGANIZE Sub Sinks U.S. Ship; Crew Saved Washington, Nov. 24.-The American steamer Schuylkill has been torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean. The navy department was advised today that 40 men of her crew had been landed at a Mediter- ranean port. There was no naval armed guard aboard. Whether there was loss of life was not known here but...…

November 25, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 48) • Page Image 2

…uliti I reigns, you may hear sometimes at a big game, when near the final whistle, "Hurry Up, Michigan." And the war- riors on the gridiron hurry and make1 a drive for another touchdown before it is too late for the added achievement to go down in history. The American troops must hurry on a vast scale to win this war. The world's resources of food and fuel and patience may soon be exhausted. We have entered the war late and every blow must ...…

November 25, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 48) • Page Image 3

…REGATN (Continued from Page One) line. Northwestern's ball. Kohler made two through center. Holmes made three around end. Northwestern made 10 yards on a short forward pass, Holmes to Arries. Ellingwood' went straight through center for five yards. Michigan was penalized five yards for holding. Ellingwood failed toxgain around right end. A forward pass was incomplete. Ellingwood failed around left end. Ellingwood dropped back and on a fake pu...…

November 25, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 48) • Page Image 4

…of >A-1 Again in De- et of devastated villages of fruit-trees have been y the Germans or de- r ways, are to be re- over-seas relief divi- ;ional league foi wo- the new relief Mrs. Davi-; R the di r'v n at s for purchas2 of being collected The tr, to France as a ees is to be done the French gov- supplied an army h of the Am- wounded at co - I, ,ion en the work, a made with College Exchanges The University of Kansas is distin- guished by h...…

November 25, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 48) • Page Image 5

…b. lu1sIII UuaE1 8RTS I :n LiNES TO FIGHT Fl I ZR Calkin Corn ues OLD AND INJURED SOLDIERS CONSTRUCT ROADS FOR, TOMMIES RE. HORSEMEN RECEIVE LAND AND PRI VILEGES FROERULER FOR BRAVE EERS Football Hot Chocolate and! $4.50 Behind British lines in France, Nov. 24 (Associated Press)-The "Labor Companies" form 'the greater part of that "Army Behind the Lines," which is now so essential a part of army or- ganization. The first British E...…

November 25, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 48) • Page Image 6

…rday ts them over im onomy Others 15] 04c ea. Difference on 5 Rolls 25c 90C SAVE MONEY sooner than others. TLUTONS ATTEMPT TO SUNOA SE FETTERDBUTCH MAINE ANN AR HAVE CONTROL OVER STEEL - First Presb USED IN SHIP Sermon at 10:3 BUILDING L. A. Barrett o ciency, or TheI Amsterdam, Nov. 24.-Germans are strain in Camps," attempting to secure entire control of success of the Y. the Dutch mercantile marine during ening sermon at and after the...…

November 24, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 47) • Page Image 1

…4ft, 1C1 L I i___ ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1917. T PEACE 3S" CHIEF END Of Y. M. C. A CAMPAIGN AT HAND a Be Lks Russia's Move Will orted by Proletariat ' All Nations RETURNS WILL BE RECEIVED AT HILL special Wire Service and Score Board To Inform Students of Pro. gress of Varsity Gotne Special wire service and a score :zz_- .I (By Associated Press) Petrograd, Nov. 23.- In connection with the order to General D...…

November 24, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 47) • Page Image 2

…11 11 1 , '~n II "WI1 I cracy." Iat the Hawaiian queen is expect soon to hear of her eing bequeathed for a home and infirm ukeleles. rman staff just now is busily in trying to make a report the British advance will be I as a "minor victory." S BEING GIVEN MORAL AT TRAINING CAMPS Washington, Nov. 23.-"With the help of God and a few marines I shall carry out the department's instruc- tions." This terse message, variously accred- ited to...…

November 24, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 47) • Page Image 3

…steri ;I I Z'. put-inr' r Var- issued. . Lambert n will cheer Yost's grid- the sidelines at Evanston mbert has been declared in- a ruling of the Conference. Mitchell's boys Show Lots Of Pep Candidates Display Last Workout of the Week Snap ave the varsity bas- , stiff workout last im consisted of two hi of which the boys OT NSTERN GAMP COACH MURPHY DRILLS SQUAD IN TRICK PLAYS FOR MICHI- GAN GAME * ____ Chicago, Ill., Nov. 23.-With th...…

November 24, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 47) • Page Image 4

…copies of the e athletic pro- Five thousand id the number .on to the num- I of last year. given out by L Campbell, '18. ne FACULTY MAN TREATS PRESENT CONDITIONS IN SECOND ARTICLE OF SERIES (Editor's Note:-Mr. Pargment has promised to contribute to The Daily a series of articles dealing with the Russian situation and with Russian life in general. This is the second of the series. Mr. Pargment has spent most of his life in Russia and is well a...…

November 24, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 47) • Page Image 5

…V SYSTE to your mind a picture of able outer garment that a I Co. PAMPHLET WRITTEN BY CROWD- ER FURNISHES COMPLETE INFORMATION All local'and district boards for the examination of drafted men have re- ceived a pamphlet, written by Provost- Marshal General Crowder, and issued at Washington, regarding the new sel- ective service system. The pamphlet is entitled "The Selective Service Sys- tem, Its Aims and Accomplishments, Its Future." Metho...…

November 24, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 47) • Page Image 6

…ties I. [. I la i _l l I L ULIII u - Ui 100 Bakers Spend All Their Time Mak- T ipment Just rved and widths or Oil Tanage :e $7.00 )T SHOP . MAIN ST. eline coats WILL . INCLUDE AMENDMENTS TO ing Flaky Desserts For Great DRAFT LAW AND OTHER Lakes Boys PROVISIONS Great 'Lakes, Ill., Nov. 23.-Mothers Washington, Nov. 23.-The secondg war message of President Wilson is I w now being written., It will be pre- bluejacket sons are having ...…

November 23, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 46) • Page Image 1

…I ) ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1917. [AUNCEY VICTIMS ITransports flee Submarine; "GOD SPEED", CITY .> 7 '1 C £ J O'[1T - r 11[ in C- x 1 x ", ,17 sur hi: s o le o CAUGHT LIKE RATS BI1DS78 RECRUITS Reach French Port Safely Were Asleep In Quarters When Their Cap-JisBsnsmni ae Ship Was Cut in Two by A French Port, Nov. 22.-American I out On deck, donning their life belts well Parade for Custer Transport troops arriving ...…

November 23, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 46) • Page Image 2

…omen j SELECTIVE SERVICE - tion is made that we have no love or -- spirit for our country. dis. An American flag at the end of a edit- rotten movie or on a cheap novelty ews _ calls for the endorsement of all who of must have anything to do with them. cept The poorest kind of entertainment: can sail to success under our emblem of freedom. Sub- As soon as people wake up to the uP- fact that a soap-box orator can feel at home with a high-class ...…

November 23, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 46) • Page Image 3

…vts.' WI sin ana. At Urbana, Minnesota vs. Illinois. At East Lansing, Syracuse vs. Michi-' gan Aggies. At Iowa City, Ames vs. Iowa.I At St. Louis, St. Louis vs. Washing-! ton. At Kalamazoo, Olivet vs. Kalama- zoo. At Hillsdale, Ypsilanti vs. Hills At Lawrence, Haskell vs. Ka IWesleyan. At Lake Forest, Northwestern lege vs. Lake Forest. At Mt. Vernon,, Grinnell vs. Co: college. At Tiffin, Muskingum vs. Ile berg. At Cleveland, Hiram vs. Case...…

November 23, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 46) • Page Image 4

…Whit- * ISSIONER BEGVIN( G U. S. VERNIENT TO RELEASE SUPPLIES SEIZED hington, Nov. 22.--More than 00 people are starving in. Fin- and a special commiszloner i ' nge Als ate L ra Kimball * * in "The * o Key- * Lament- * * * Young * Comedy. * * "Public * Come- * * * *** * * * * * * * AN TROOPS IN EGYPT DIEMOIRATE BRETHERN ypt, Nov. 22.-One of the memorials in the world is ed in Egypt by Austrialian a tribute to their comrades fallen in Egy...…

November 23, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 46) • Page Image 5

…"k-op' ial Values AT and $4.50 0 ns & Co. MAIN STREET 'I Cafeteria THE NOW SERVING THE PUBLIC ss Is Paramount UIi ILn IILLUU UiniIUL I MAKE IT EfFECTIVE ENEMY ALIENS MUST BE PLACED UNDER ADDITIONAL SUP- ERVISION Washington, Nov. 22.- Department of justice officials declare that activit- ies of spies in this country cannot be curbed effectually without an amendment to the espionage law which will give the president authority to restr...…

November 23, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 46) • Page Image 6

…thing Concert Dir Albert I ay jOatS over, _ _ _ _ Difference Others on 5 Rolls 1.c 25c a. 05c ea. 90C It was a small red flag hanging in dejected half-mast sort of attitude, on the campus flag pole yesterday. He wasn't sure what it might designate, but something in its attitude and col- oring, aroused in him a.feeling of an- tagonism. He voiced his indignation to the nearest bystander, "I'd like to . find the fellow that had the nerve t...…

November 22, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 45) • Page Image 1

…IL k Ar ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1917. JDAY CITY'S SELECTED HONORED TODAY Will Be Sold at stern Game WAR FUND DRIVE TO BE CONTINUED: University Still Over $2,000 Short of Quota Assigned By National Headquarters REPORTS NOT YET IN FROM FEW FRATERNITIES AND MEN ed of the 1,700 copies ofI r Gargoyle, scheduled to e campus Friday, will be nston to be sold at the thwestern game. Conse- a limited number will sale at th...…

November 22, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 45) • Page Image 2

…IY A [AYIN G. 'es. unt aim nan for himself and the kais- all. e that when the team sees the tern fullback carrying the 1 think he's Berry, and so on he Evanston squad. If they )n't fear much for the result. arer the Germans get to the y wish to reach, the rougher the 'going. looking for the team Northwestern about rermans have been to wade like the wading W~fomenI hat Smith college girls have done he war-torn villages of France be the s...…

November 22, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 45) • Page Image 3

…Calibrel HUIU1Mi DELItV trum SKATTERED YOSTS SQUAD THE BEST El 'ERTAI I As Football Closes Sport Interest Tunisk to Coach Mitchell's Basketball Men e Wo With the close of the football sea- son only a few days away, basketball --- will soon be the center of athletic ASH interest. Practices are being held every evening. There will be none on and Thursday, however, on account of th" Band Bounce. Richener, Brown, Hulett, Bornstein. Van Bove...…

November 22, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 45) • Page Image 4

…ai 'm se. LBUI~A UUWN-IHUUUtN BY BURWN INVDR on for e only exist- d on the monthly body. The military department of Purdue university will maintain graphic rep- resentation of European battlefields. It is planned to have one large contour map of cbay on the floor, showing the French and Belgian front, which will be corrected and rearranged each week, keeping the map absolutely up to date. In addition to this, Captain Mitchell will endeavo...…

November 22, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 45) • Page Image 5

…OM E. )Y IN iTI nirnp A you put on to keep it" brings to your mind a picture of ;, comfortable outer garment that a leaves his home- LOCH and LS-STERN -five Dollars. chmitt, Apfel Co. IILUMU VVflI I t NUUL LETTERS FROM CANTONMENTS TO D. A. R. PROVE NECESSITY FOR KNITTING Sarah Caswell Angell chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolu- tion received definite proof at their meeting this afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. W. Gill, that...…

November 22, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 45) • Page Image 6

…i, u TY ON I Fi ; UliI Shop 115 S. Main Street ADVISES MEMBERS OF CLASS TO CULTIVATE DAILY SPIRIT Prof. John L. R. Brumm spoke to the freshman class yesterday in Universi- ty Hall, on the importance of loyalty in university life. Professor Brumm pointed out to the freshmen three kinds of loyalty: First, devotion to one's group; second, will- ingness to do dangerous things as is well exemplified in tle battle fields of the great war; thir...…

November 21, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 44) • Page Image 1

…'1 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1917. [ C NOTICE 11 With the approval of the President and the various departments interested, all freshman classes, scheduled to meet at the time of the freshman assembly today, will be excused. JOHN R. EFFINGER, Dean. All freshmen of the liter- ary college are expected to be present at the assembly to te held at 10:30 o'clock today in University hall. Prof. John R. Brumm of the rhetoric d...…

November 21, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 44) • Page Image 2

…ILtNULINEtI5 Iwomen NG P E O P L E Y. M.C. A. cabinet will meet at 3:30 VOICES IN CON. o'clock this afternoon. ws dis- W e wno are rortunate enougn to be credit able to remain in the university can 31 news not fail to recognize that it is an sity of act of heroism for us to aid a worthy except cause, but recognizing small requests for support, forgetfulness and indif- ference are probably the greatest ob- Sub. stacles to be niet. The contribu...…

November 21, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 44) • Page Image 3

…AE during the ga parade of the men. III ut I. hard )atI 'URPLE ELEVEN GIVEN HARD WORKOUT BY COACH FRED MURPHY Evanston, Ill., Nov. 20.-Coach Fred [urphy lived up to the schedule he ad planned for this week and sent his lanned for this week and sent his ten through a light but spirited crimmage with the Freshmen this af-- rnoon. on Ferry field ye i street clothes ai as out of the gan ,he season, a tc FRESHMEN STAY OUT TO GIVE VARSITY ME...…

November 21, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 44) • Page Image 4

…f! tI i 'HE 13 TH PROGRAM TO CONSIST OF LECT- . URE AND EXHIBITIONS; 50 WORKS ON DISPLAY Lectures on and exhibitions of a number of representative paintings will constitute the program of the four days art institute, which is to be held Friday evening, Saturday, Sunday afternoon, and Monday, in Me- morial hall, under the auspices of the Ann Arbor art association. ossCrane will open the sym- posium with a lecture on the pictures on display....…

November 21, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 44) • Page Image 5

…NI 11 EACH AGREEM 11 II 11l Values MUHL LUMUUI IN MI H GOVERNMENT NEEDS PINE TIMB. ER TO BUILD SHIPS FOR ATLANTIC SERVICE TERMS FOR RAISING OF EMBARGO ON STEEL UNSATISFACTORY TO JAPAN HotI AT 0 and $4.50 p is & Co. MAIN STREET Cafeteria NOW SERVING TiE PUBLIC Bess Is Paramount FOR EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL No Job too Small or too Large Tokio, Nov. 20.-A lengthy state- ment was issued today by the depart-, ment of communications, a...…

November 21, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 44) • Page Image 6

….Mit; nneBAnI; I.. nnrU foit*I ir Grin and Grit Army ."Y, . . . Tailor lem in Economy Our Difference Price Others on 5 Rolls ...... ....... O1e 5c 25e 0........... 04c ea. 05cea. 90C fne in price..........................$1.15 FILMS WITH US AND SAVE MONEY printed hiall day to day sooner than others. Floral Shop K DEPARTMENT Call'us for Party and Gromp Pictures MOMS A and Supplies I Courses LY STUDENTS' NEEDj ,n& Co. Detroit IbPJUL W...…

November 20, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 43) • Page Image 1

…p43rt at J ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1917. * .* * * * * * * * * * NATION'S FUND FOR "Y" ARMY WORK RAISED * BAND PROMISES STRONG PROGRAM Y co of fa GE th New York, Nov. 19.--The war nd of $35,000,000 with which the M. C. A. will provide care and mfart for soldiers and sailors fthe allies has been raised. This ct was announced tonight by eorge W. Perkins, chairman of e finance committee of the war * * * * * * * * wo...…

November 20, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 43) • Page Image 2

…«i month, on his individual account, is -- $1.50, As the banks' profits come through the loaning of money, the stu- credit dent business is seldom profitable and news is usually a nuisance. .ty of If we were to offer two pieces of ad- except vice in regard to checking accounts they would be as follows: bor as When you find it necessary to writ Sub- a check against your account, avoid > writing it for odd cents; this will sav- , 960; the telle...…

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