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December 01, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 53) • Page Image 1

…i ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBERl 1, 1917. PRICE -An Y to- the "QUIET" IS PASSWORD ON WORDBATTLE FRONT BRITISH ADVANCE ON CAMBRAI FRONT SHOWS NO SIGNS OF ACTION (By Associated Press) Nov. 30.-Comparative quiet pre- vailed along the battle fronts except for heavy bombardments in various sectors. Even-on the Italian front the fierce engagements of infantry, in which the men often came to hand to hand encounters,have-tuined into due...…

December 01, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 53) • Page Image 2

…I '; ', he usually is able out of it. TUAL PARASITE parasite is he who elf, but whose opin- ose of others. His tions determine his mpanx of one ,man, of that man's par- eed. The next min- s swerve into line w companion. His mercury in a ther-' ses and falls with mperature; or more of stagnant water, ctual parasite supports of a great man, not be- self actually believes in erstands them, but be- .es to be looked upon as gment. How little doe...…

December 01, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 53) • Page Image 3

…-,..,.,,,... f, .,. WP n~ irs 9 9 wnl_ T 74.E 1%t, L ftv'si1.uuvv .~ugI LI L..rrlt I SOON x artelme Awaits Word From Part of Board Before Annoincng Winners of "EM" MA Y MEN ELIGIBLE FOR RECOGNITION BY PLAYING 18 in Line for Award; 14 of These Are Almost Sure to Be Here In 1918 The names of the Wolverines who won "M" sweaters by their work on the Varsity football team this fall are due to be announced some time today B. G. Bartelme, di...…

December 01, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 53) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY BRITISH WORKMEN TO RESIST Interesting Bits , THEATERS * * "PRIJSSIANIZING," SAYS BISHOP Soldier Boy," at th TODAY -- "The Whole '" i -"The Naughty. um - Mildred ,ourage of the Also comedy. Hav Co London, Nov. 30.-"British workmen .e Gar- * are not going to submit to scientific management imported from America and elsewhere," declared the arch- bishop of York, in a speech on the * labor question the other day ...…

December 01, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 53) • Page Image 5

…I IOnl pvIS IN WATH 11 N TheL of that, a 11] GERMAN NEWSPAPER OFFERS CONSOLATION FOR LOSS OF AIRSHIPS Amsterdam, Nov. 30.-The German official view of the disaster which be- fell the Zeppelin fleet in France, is that the loss of several airships was due entirely to weather conditions which are unlikely to occur again. It is as- serted that the disaster is not regarded as any argument against the use of the Zeppelin as a military weapo...…

December 01, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 53) • Page Image 6

…Just )it Tanage '.00 MINT LjUUaLaI IAI~hLt TRANSPORTTION BDARD WAR, FUEL, FOOD COMMITTEES EACH DEMAND PRIORITY IN SHIPMENT Washington, Nov. 30.-Requests from different government quarters for priority of transportation for each food, fuel, and munitions, has thrown the whole question of preferential shipments into a tangle. The commit- tee on priority of transportation to- night was trying to clear the situa- tion. Tonight the food administr...…

December 02, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 54) • Page Image 1

…I I AW Alf\ 2 Ag At r DAY AND NIC SERV1 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1917. PRICE ' _ _..,..T---- -'- LOCAL K. OF C. WAR FUND TOTALS $2,600 $300 Gives to Fund at Meeting in Chelsea Friday Night Held paign managers show that $2,600 has been subscribed to the Knights of Col- iTIFI- umbus war fund drive in Washtenaw AT county," stated Mr. Herbert T. Weath- erbee last night. Three hundred dollars was given to the K. of C. ...…

December 02, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 54) • Page Image 2

…I_+ irst Baptist Churcl "The Day of our Lord" .3. Persol Salvation and Democ- ss by Rev. R. S. Loring. ersity of 6:30-How About Simplified Spelling? g ee Address by Mr. Charles S. Burt. Arbor as Tenor solo by Mr. Cecil Ross. Be- fore the Unitarian Students' Society. oo words The public welcome. First Sermon of a series on "The Coming of Christ and The End of this Age" By JOHN MASON WELLS Greeting Card! This year's samples are unusually ...…

December 02, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 54) • Page Image 3

…I, '18E, II '1 Ii ' 9, Tryimga, *: '19E, Jack- * ndianapolis, * * '19, Grand * '18D, Sag- * 19L, Penn- * '20, Port- * Detour. * Detroit. * , '19E, De- * 9E, Detroit. '20, Shel- '19, Pitts- E, Soo. f )hn, Goetz, '19, Culver, 20, Cartwright, 1. Cruse, '19 ye, '18E, S,o' . Froemke, . Morrison, B. Weston, '18 a P. Fortune d, Gll. B. Genebach, SE, Soo. , e, Jr., '20, '20, Battle * * * * * t. Boyd can play ition he is more at end, and t...…

December 02, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 54) • Page Image 4

…Imill ur AILLERI AT THE nEL raged. to drive ks have+ al league ork City. port Red kroom to GERIIA'i S VALUE RECOGNIZE GREATER OF ARTILLERY OVER INFANTRY French Front, Oct. 30.-(Correspon- (,once of The Associated Press)-The Entente armies have not been alone in recognizing the greater value 'of artillery as compared with infantry in sold- large ed by gto a Pittsburg ploy 700 eer knitters Red Cross units from every are now in France. ...…

December 02, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 54) • Page Image 5

…IVs. UL.11-lauI- 29U MILLION ESTIMATED It ial AT Co. MAIN STREET FOR EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL No Job too Small or too Large UilUli l VLAHIlVIr IIMALD LARGE NUMBER OF IDOCUMENTARY TRANSACTIONS AFFECTED BY NEW TAX BILL - Washington, Dec. .--Millions of dol- lars in receipts are expected to reach the treasury from the documentary stamp taxes of the war tax bill which went into effect today. All stamps are sold by postoffices except those. for ...…

December 02, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 54) • Page Image 6

…ANj ARBORCHI ES NEWS .rd to get. But despite all-wool fabrics in the 's stylish clothes are on 'ou can't afford to over- a good suit that is truly (1 Economy Our Difference rice Others on 5Rolls 10C 15 25c Docea. Ocea. 90c ........................1.15 [S AND SAVE MONEY y to day sooner than others. 'al Shop TMTENT us for Party and Group Pictures meets in Lane hall. 8 o'clock-Prof. R. W. Humphreys '"' Jspeaks to Menorah society in Newber...…

December 04, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 55) • Page Image 1

…i s 2; I gai ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1917. ".1'4 Dec of di coun lay, w ry sc s sta Lmpa * * * * * * . 3.-Hundreds * ollars passed * ters to govern- * when people all * rambled madly * mps. The two * ign opened this * * * * * * * FRESH SOPH BAG RUSH PLANS NEAR' COMPLETION STUDENT COUNCIL ORDERS BAGS; m dollar ca ROUGH DRAFT OF RULES PRESENTED * * * * * DIERS STUDY VARIED SUBJECTS University Professors To Lee- tu...…

December 04, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 55) • Page Image 2

…s, are apt| W omen place for ,es. They The ru I I a are prone to overlook many places it- where there is real opportunity to ws save money. j No one wishes to curtail a sensible pt amount of pleasure. Every one needs as recreation of some kind. But when such pleasures entail expense that is unnecessary and which could as well ds be avoided, times such as the pres- Lb- ent should prohibit that expenditure. :he or The national service commi...…

December 04, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 55) • Page Image 3

…* * * * * * * * *1 WIN 1917 IN FOOTBALL * * * * * */ INGHAM Of NAVY LEADS IN SEASON'S SCORING SCORES 19 TOUCHDOWNS AND MAKES 162 OF TEAM'S 442 POINTS New York, Dec. 3.-Notwithstanding the limitations imposed upon eastern college football as a result of the war, the struggle for individual scoring honors has been almost as close as F Weston and Lambert in Line for Positions on State Teams Picked by Eckersall That Lambert and Weston will r...…

December 04, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 55) • Page Image 4

…df a 4' Special Exposition of Christmas Furs from William H. Jtiller, Detroit Last Days-Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday SEPARATE PIECES Ball or canteen muffs; plain throw or animal scarfs. Black, red and taupe fox; Hudson seal; wolf; racoon; lynx; opossum; coney, and Iceland fox. Price $7.50, $10.00, $15.-00, $20.06, $25.00 to $75.00. Kit Coney.... Red Fox . . . NaturalRacoon Black Wolf ... . .. . .$ ... $ . .. $ FUR SETS 17.50 Ja...…

December 04, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 55) • Page Image 5

…u put on to keep to your mind a picture of able outer garment that a IUU MNI LUAOU1[ CUSTER OFFICIAS SAY DELICACIES SENT 11Y RELAITIVES WASTED; U. S. MAY STOP PRACTICE , Battle Creek, Dec. 3.--Too many lux- uries in the form of cakes, candies, cookies, chicken and other delicacies ,are being sent to the soldiers here who are well fed by the government is the conculsion of the military au- thorities. Despite the warnings of the men in charge ...…

December 04, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 55) • Page Image 6

…leeper Asks Aid In Coming Drat t WHAT'S GOING -1 1L' Large Shipment Just Arrived All sizes and widths Regulation or Oil Tanage Price $7.00 Walk-Over. BOOT SHOP 115 S. MAIN ST. Gov. Albert E. Sleeper has issued an appeal to all citizens of Michigan, to assist local and district boards in their task of selecting and mobilizing Michigan's quota for the first conting- ent of the national army. A complete inventory and classification of all re...…

December 05, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 56) • Page Image 1

…r 00* Z -AAL PRES *DAY AND 06 SLI1vY1( ) ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5. 1917. ppyi ~ -Ta , T 10-I& r r Questionnaires Sent for Draft Questionnaires amounting to 4,705 in number will be sent out by the definit Washtenaw county draft board begin- ning Dec. 15 in connection with the re-classification of all registrants for E selective military service. To serve as an aid to men in answer- ing these questionnaires, a lega...…

December 05, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 56) • Page Image 2

…-ie AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND :ntitls8 THE WAR vs die- credit- new The message which Colonel Roose- velt brought to Canada on Monday ity ofevening last, offers .a fitting oppor- except p- tunity for The Varsity to say a few bor as words of appreciation and admiration in regard to the effort which the Unit- ed States and American universities words are making in the present war. of the The Varsity has read with much in- Arbor .e west terest the...…

December 05, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 56) • Page Image 3

…JTHILL S ,ase n is over and -so we dare Coach write s on one of those superb foot-' ernoons just after the Varsity en the "bras" out of Nebraska, ach Fielding H. Yost was ex- for his football squad the in which Stan Wells, Borleske, orty McMillan had defeated )ta back in the dear dead ages. Michigan mentor enacted all He was at the same time the ;assing to McMillan, McMillan the ball to Wells, Wells for- assing to Borleske, and Bor- eceiv...…

December 05, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 56) • Page Image 4

…ry. >ond ye aat we e and us, an in ly Section 8. (a) The government of ne the Union shall be vested in a Board fore nine on of Directors, composed of the afore- ceding th a. said ten officers; the secretary of the On so rec y. Alumni Association of the University or more c et of Michigan; three members elected retary sh _ annually from the University Facul- nominees h ties; and five alumni, members of the 'Daily and ut Union, the same to b...…

December 05, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 56) • Page Image 5

…,1 3f Values AT $4.50, -0 ~&Co MAIN STREET New Invention Coneil of National Defense Has Novel Craft Under Consid- - eration Plans for one of the strangest war vessels ever proposed have been sub- mitted to the council of national de- fense, according to Popular Mechanics. The craft is an enormous ocean-going- water wheel that is intended to per- form much the same service for the navy as the British and French' "tanks" have for the all...…

December 05, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 56) • Page Image 6

…r Forced * * :A L NEWS of All-Wool Fabrics Woolens are hard to get. But despite e assortment of all-wool fabrics in the e patterns for men's stylish clothes are on This is an event you can't afford to over- over. $30.00 buys a good suit SOMETHING EXTRA that is truly J. K. MALCOLM 604 EAST LIBERTY STREET Problem in Economy Our Difference Price Others on 5 Rolls developed ............. 10c 15e 25c -X6X3=90........... 04cea. O5eea. 9e tal...…

December 06, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 57) • Page Image 1

…AI ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1917. 1 surgical y Jan 1, FRESHMENMEETI TO PLAN FOR RUSH William L..Kammerer, '18L, Warns Small Turnout of Need For Loyalty STUDENT COUNCIL REFUSES CLASS CHOICE OF LEADER Committee Rules He Is Sophomore and Ineligible To Compete For Class of '21 s allot- 11 house 1 begin Chicago 4r 1 ti ca t .s. ss offic( certai n. ° Only 200 freshmen turned out for the meeting to raise enthusiasm and n o...…

December 06, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 57) • Page Image 2

…AY I I 4 Women I tJ 1V 1 T s not in rnment to have Plays Must be in by Saturday Night; Interesting Dialogue and Sit- nations Requisite All scenarios for the junior play are to be turned in to Emily ell, '19, at Newberry residence o'clock, Saturday, Dec..8. girls' Pow- by 7 Greeting ound and patriotic opin- ly given, of Mayor-elect s him honor. If trans- m, as there is no reason it will be after his in- ifice, the disloyal teach- Yor...…

December 06, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 57) • Page Image 3

…ce i er Ias able to feet. - the 'e of All-Ai Teams anr AThlete HOW THEY'LL LINEUP Emma Goldman ............ R.E. Scott- Nearing..............R.T. Red Flag Berkman . .. . ... . .. R.G. Windy (City) Coach Stagg.. C. Dynamite T. Mooney ....... . L.( . 0Dr. Tom Lovell ............. L.T. Mrs. Rena :Mooney........... L.E. George Randolph hearst ..... Q.B. fayor Thompson ...........R.H. Tammany Hall ............1..I. I Won't Work Haywood.........…

December 06, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 57) • Page Image 4

…*= and" * 9. * * >toplay "Little * * 'gery Wilson in Also Triangle d Weekly. n Martin in "The * Also Keystone * rooked. Carrier." * m Farnum in * " Also Christie t a Cabaret." * ~~~ ' na in "The Girl * 14th Patria. * * * * * * * * p' Ne/vs t'six companies of wi'll exercise under 's direction at 4:10 >on. have voluntary ex- rig; ~company IH, high jump; comn- ,r and relay; com..- and voluntary ex- higb1 jump and hor- upany M, relay and Uniform...…

December 06, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 57) • Page Image 5

…11 1 1 1 e V1IJW 1V p CELEB6ATED BY 'Gen. ' Darnall And Staff Seek Girls for Dance I' u put on to keep "'Ui I mind a picture of er garment that a; UCH and S-STERN ty-five Dollars. itt, Apfel Co. Rlly no I r SPECIAL DECEMBER NUMBER CONTAINS ARTICLES IN KEEPING Michigan's oldest publication will celebrate its thirtieth anniversary to- morrow, when the December number of the Michigan Technic appears on. the campus. Five articles besid...…

December 06, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 57) • Page Image 6

…M lII i rI IIUU HIU UI AUSTRIANf CITIZENS UNDER SUS- PICION TO BE ARREST- El) Washington, Dec. 5.-Several hund- red suspected subjects of Austria- Hungary will be arrested as a result of the declaration of war against that country. Many of these have been un- der the surveillance of government of- ficials for some time, but have not been taken into custody because of the lack of definite evidence. There are nearly 1,000,000 Austrian subjects i...…

December 07, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 58) • Page Image 1

…) IOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MEE'llN _Fl [BER 7, 1917. lock Of Gothas Fri !?uring Hours Of Spirit Yew'' Dec. 6.-After several weeks of of this morning experienced an CAPTAIlt The first warnings were received Gothas crossed the coast of Kent.,2 nake for London, but after droppin dle off seaward again. Some 25 pl opted raid. The material damage sons were killed and 21 injured. ear men turned out pep" meeting last for the freshmen as large a...…

December 07, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 58) • Page Image 2

… I )I for Sap- still and sopho- some fall want theffi. e wondering if there. ge in the University ays and we'll all be on way. rate the kaiser is putting the Germans into the service, n capture prisoners just out Manaer Manager LEAGUE HOUSE HEADS PLAN Manager TO GIVE FACULTY TEA JAN. 9 Roeser Plans for a faculty tea to be given ampbe R. Atlas by the league houses Jan. 9, at Bar- bour gymnasium, were made at a sup- per party of the hou...…

December 07, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 58) • Page Image 3

…Lincoln, Neb., Dec. 6.-Reports that the University of Nebraska football team will play post-season games are 1-IJer L ed the hoodo num- I1 F~n ul - + 1. Former Michigan Coach, Now with St. 1 this tail- tne season some out the "13" on the arks. Yost merely e signals were giv alled attention to t ' the plays, one of was numbered "13. led. idn't get a chance se of his bad knee. on a trick play, Nortliwestern muda 1 gain. Then Yost For signa...…

December 07, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 58) • Page Image 4

…FOR BEL CHI'LEN vic 19 IUL Lloyd J. Curby, '17L. Kenneth A. Eastlick, '17. VES Rudolplf F. Wuensch, ex-'18. R Harold Birch. George M. Spartalis. Charles H. Griesinger. Clyde N. Kammerer, ex-'20. eiyed Paul Wilcox, ex-'18. im a William E. Votruba. went Willard L. Huss, ex-'18. etion Warren J. Huss, ex-'19L. e. Charles N. Ponton. Harry N. Deyo, '17L. 17. Henry J. Ranft, ex-'20. Linton B. Dirnond, '16. James A. Jones, '17. men Roy R. Lindsay. ...…

December 07, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 58) • Page Image 5

…ILO w!A f TUo TO IIIn ftfUI T GERNMENT DIi Ltd. ARGE VARIETY OF PREVAIL AS TO WAIT'S EST CRIME 01' 1N ~S GREAT. COLOSSAL RESULTS FROM NEW SYSTEM INSURANCE EXPECTED OF WAR For your Xmas Candies, Cigars, Kodaks, Stalionery and Toilet Goods Two Stores 324 S. State St. 1123 S. University Ave. I Co. MAIN 4 STREET yrT RICAL Large tie SHOP of Quality" ive make it right NE 27 - ton 117 Pbarl Ypsilanti ES d Sodas isian and Commit- P...…

December 07, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 58) • Page Image 6

…I TOTAL OF I 'EN MONT] ES BIG IN- R 1916 -American e .in in Octob 170 Lt1LId 1 htI LI1ULU, IU rEm MEDICAL STUDENTS ALREADY WE SUPPLY EVI ENLISTED IN RESERVE CORPS Sheehy irst year medical and dental stu- Ann Arbor ts may apply for enlistment in the isted reserve corps of the medical artment of the army after Dec. 15, ording to the new ruling issued the war department. To date 170 ical students, out of 206 who were ;ible for this corps, hav...…

December 08, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 59) • Page Image 1

…, ,. tranyrn at II a PRi f AT A:5)D N. {~ ) /r' ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1917. F II 11 S I SWISS INAUGURATE 10-HOUR SCHEDULE I UUnII F ELD L COMPLETES TIONS FOR T AT CAMPUS r Only int to Necessary Be Measure Passed by Federal Council Because of Economic Neces. sity Zurich, Dec. 7. Confronted on the one hand by the grow- ing socialistic and workingmen's agitation, and on the other by the necessity of econo...…

December 08, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 59) • Page Image 2

… ..... les from their faces, nor of their conversa- bs incessantly in their ::ey are busy at theirI and thl 3when Under such conditions concentration University of is imnpos~ible. The student's de.;ire to crning except get the most out of his studies should year. AnArbor as not be questioned; his professors~ ding. should realize that he cannlot be ex- ial, 2414. pected to make as high grades as in ed 300 words former years wvhen his compani...…

December 08, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 59) • Page Image 3

…Ge Thant 9 Wolverines Will Play 7 Games Next Fall Instead of Usual Ten About the only thing certain re- garding the 1918 football schedule of he University of Michigan is the fact hat the Wolverines wil play seven' ames instead of ten. The rule of the Western Conference, which limits the tumber of football contests, will not be unwelcome here. It has been said nany times on the campus, that the ame schedule this season may had something to...…

December 08, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 59) • Page Image 4

…00, will start Monday, and other channels that rely on this :cept the cement work source of capital to a considerable y soldier labor. I extent. This was the substance of completion of the gym- original statistics presented by William SI IJ tnouu110E UtIJL FORIBYWTH ALIENS. The nasium the camp Y. M. C. A. auditor- ium will house the athletic events, c while the government theater takes - care of the shows. The theater was at open this even...…

December 08, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 59) • Page Image 5

…L I 1 LP i E w NIHI 8 YKOOER ay. The recruit soon a soldier-trim, smart, success- --ou Bloch Suit for the man who wants to MORE MEAT AND RAIN BEING EXPORTED TO ALLIES Washington, Dec. 7. - Statements made in Chicago papers to the effect that meatless and wheatless days were beginning to show up as a failure, have called forth a denial from Food Ad- ministrator Hoover. "Results from meatless days have for the first time created a sufficie...…

December 08, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 59) • Page Image 6

…LRMY SHOE Regulation IUNSON LAST HUM COACH Tlraek TIONAL SPOHTS FARRELL DRIVES PUPILS IN )AILY GRIND There will be no hike tomorrow aft- ernoon for the men in the military companies under Lieut. George C. Mul- len. )ivi" t"rv Cawlidates Await Days Competition With "Big '"en""Teams of V wi 3" its, ti" ; . .. ill RaYf.. G ! 9 O O ONE OF THE BEST I Compari4,, . uNpasO Large Shipment Just Arrived All sizes and widths Regulation or Oil T...…

December 09, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 60) • Page Image 1

…Baers who refuse to eoopera iris to obtain 'a pm'per distz s.' This was made lear 'to! ir Garfield giving the text ofy to' a. Philadelphia fi"rn "acti ,n 'The telegram said'i paur ted that yogn refused to co- 'r. If ;iis is kithecase, the a Lit the ,coal shipped toou div co-operate With, this adint at the charged; made against -operate fully . NATAAXlIA TAE PLIAATDXl tNAVAL ; ' ' ." OCne hun.dred and twenty forthenavalalfryre teant ,H dare nrh...…

December 09, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 60) • Page Image 2

….uty in Re- 1R. S. Lor- ""' EMPLOY>MENT cla, of Buenos Religious Oon-j before th,e Stu- ublic is invited. F BUREAU will be open during vacation from 7:30 to 10:30 daily. 3"YTERIAN -LURCH ST. Work should be listed next week. IHfuron and Division I 10:30 A. M. :KEEPING TH~1E HOME FlIRES BURN ING" Students cordially welcomne e war puddle, it is up to all of us keep them going. Who said anything about drama at. e University? Don't we r...…

December 09, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 60) • Page Image 3

…with prospects for a few some of the strong Con- are to be of uni- with yel- ter grey .et eets vo jerseys have the word ,n" spelled out across the e blue jersey in yellow grey shirt in blue. The s of both uniforms will the pants of one uniform h a yellow band on either pants of the other grey * * * * * * * * * * * * ference teams. Rye Applies For Aviation Service; he would be unable to graduate with- out an extra semester's work and that...…

December 09, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 60) • Page Image 4

…i: _ I homn In -after -months of exile, signed the contract the and others were at once formed into aate columns of 100 or 150, and were march, dl is ed towards the front to work on the1 pied trenches.I of- Dr. LaFevre Conducts Clinic Friday had Dr. George E. LaFevre of Muske- Bel- gon, will hold a general surgical clinic one from 1:3~0to 4 o'clock Friday after- the no in the amnhitheater of the Hom- uge. tri- oeopathic hospital. Ri to Her...…

December 09, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 60) • Page Image 5

…,. 0. Lu I LA . JL1+. Large II 117 ILarl I Ypsilanti AT I LES HARD - r,-a . .ALLIES TO INDUCE TRAVELLERS NOT TO GO BY WAY OF BERLIN Paris, Dec. 8.-Two new transport- ation routes across Europe have been proposed in order to break the mon- oply which Germany and Austria- Hungary have established of the traf- fic'between Western Europe and Russ- ia. Until 1914, travellers from Lon- don, Paris, Geneva and Milan, if bound for Petrograd, wer...…

December 09, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 60) • Page Image 6

…a N Tfl 4 112 S Main. 4 $NIJ~SLIJ URCED 'u JOIN pan.. Jewe~~~~ Text-Books and Sn p 1A~~ ~ I I IILIJ CIIOSS !IEPIIITMENI he Fresh-Lit. that picked up the For all >CQUVSeS "account bo&k" In the Floral Shop, 1 MISS MINNIE AHREN$ TELLS Nickels' Arcade, Friday night, please WE SUPPLY EVERY STL~P~NTS~ NEEP M~EDS OF CANTONJIE1~TS UEkJ~ return it at once.-Adv. AND ABROAD -~ -~ ot AI*~W0o1 Fabrics nurses in THESIS, BUSIN'ESS LETTERS, '~ ~neerian ~ them...…

December 11, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 61) • Page Image 1

…tati ;A OPO L ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1917. i to IS N LIST LIST AL UNIT utl 10o Tclcl Mean Go To USPOTLISHT AUD EILLE FEATURES OMA'S QUEEN lEMAIN IN UNITERSITY ApSSPRES. KUTCHINS FATIMA'S ON LIKENESS APPEARS ADVERTISING POSTERS URGES PROFESSIONAL MEN JOIN RESERVE CORPS AT ONCE TO of the great demand for the naval auxiliary reserve, . Clark, enrolling officer at has granted permission to Beach, 18E, to form ...…

December 11, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 61) • Page Image 2

…,i ( [4 .tion. In this time, in addi- beeping up our daily work, s should spend a portion of getting something from the t of our courses, skimmed too lightly wile the canoe- still good. ions to study during vaca- JUST OUT! and-"just great" The Michigan Calendar CHRISTMAS CA] NOW ON DISPLAY Slater's Book S STATE STREET LIMITED EDITION-Each one put up in artistic envelope ready to mail. A very excellent Christmas Gift --at the attractive...…

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