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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TU

APS GOING UO
TODAY
omedy cluau meets in Univer-
all.
ichigan-Ohio State - aseball
at Ferry field.
ommerce club meets in room
.conomics building for initia-
nd banquet.
eeting of interfratrnity stew-
in Union.
Landolin club rehearsal %it Lane
[eeting of senior class preal-
and faculty marshals in room
igineering building to get pro-
s and information concerning
abling and ijarching on Com-
ement day.
ay City men meet in Lane bull.
.thena Literary society meets
ebster room Law building.
ercle Francais meets in room
outh wing.
usiness meeting of Christian
ce club in Sunday school room
irch.
U-NOTICES
aterfraternity indoor baseball
is being formed. All fraterni-
hing to enter should send their
to H. L. Goodspeed at 647 S.
t., phone 131, before 5 o'clock
LL MAKES INCREASE
SALARIES OF PROFESSORS
a, -N. Y., June 2.-Trustees of
university have voted in-
in the salary of all members
faculty, ranging from 20 to 33
t, and also to raise the tuition
$200. The trustees made pub-
lan under which the colleges
and mechanical'and electrical
ring will be combined. Gifts
Ing to $200,000 were announc-
eluding $100,000. from John
ugh, class of 1884, of Youngs-
)hio, to endow a professorship

BAIER CONS1D1ER I UNMi1ISAL
MILITARY TRAINING FOR MEN
Washington, June 2.-(Special,)-.
The establishment of universal mili-
tary training in conjunction with the
use of the national guard as a re-{
serve force is being conside/ed by{
Secretary of War Baker, it was learn-{
ed today. The secretary of war has
been careful to state that his con-
sideration of universal training is
purely tentative and contingent upon
the president's opinion as to whether
the military training of the youth of>
the nation Is necessary or adesirable in'
the world "as it is being reconstruct-1
ed by the peace conference."
NORWEGIAN EXPOSITION TO
RECEIVE AMERICAN SUPPORT
Christiania, June 2.-A Norwegian-;
American exposition will be opened,
here o September -10 with 110 im-
porting firms representing 250 Ameri-
can concerns. It is stated that the ex-.
position is officially supported by the
American government and is expected
to be an important factor in the pro-
motion of commercial relations be-
tween Norway and America.
There will be exhibited a complete-
ly furnished American house, a .wire-
less station, an automatic telephone
exchange, machinery, tractors, motor-
'plows, airplanes, and the latest Amer-
ican electrical inventions.
DE PAUW CO-EDS MUST LIVE
IN UNIVERSITY DORMITORYY
Greencastle, Ind., June 2.-Young
women students of DePauw univer-
sity hereafter must live in the dormi-
tory, sorority house or at their homes,
according to a ruling announced re-
cently. The plan of permitting girls
to live at private homes has not prov-
ed satisfactory. There are accom-
modations for 450 young women in
the dormitories.
Results are lmportaut. Advert" In
The Daily.-44v.

AMERICAN SOLDIERS' GRAVES
HONORED BY BELGIAN TOWN
Brussels, June 2.-The graves of
Americans who fell in the last 10 days
of the desperate fighting of the war in
eastern Flanders, were beautifully
decorated with flowers and the Stars
and Stripes yesterday. These Amer-
icans were buried in the cemetery at
Oudenarde and General De Blauw,
governor of the province of East
Flanders, and Burgomaster Boutre-
ligne of Oudenarde officiated at the
ceremonies, which were largely at-
tended.
BRITISH PLANES DROP BOMBS
ON CAPITAL OF AFGHANISTAN

YESTERDAY' S GAMES

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American League

New York, 7;
game.
New York, 10;
ond game.)
Cleveland, 6;
Detroit, 5;
game.)
Detroit, 2;
game.)

Philadelphia, 0. (Firs$
Philadelphia, 5. (Sec.

St. Louis, 3.
Cihicago, 3.
Chicago, 1.

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(Second

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Washington, 4; Boston, 0.

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London, june 2.-Three British
aeroplanes have dropped bombs on
Kabul, capital of Afghanistan and
Celalbad, the Indian office announces.
The aeroplawes also have attacked
formation of Afghan troops. The
statement says that there has been

National League
Brooklyn, 3; Boston,'- 1. (First.
game.)
Boston, 5; Brooklyn, 1. (Second
game.)
New York, 7; Philadelphia, 4. (First
game.)
New York, 9; Philadelph a, 7; (Sec-
ond game.)
Chicago, 7; Pittsburgh, 0. (First
game.)
Chicago, 2; Pittsburgh, 1. (Second
game.)

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its genuine gratification. It satisfies
thirst.
Nobody has ever been able to suc-
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is indelibly registered in the taste of
the American public.
Demand the genuine by full name
-nicknames encourage substitution.
THE COCA-COLA CO.
Atlanta, Ga.

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no serious fighting on the Afghan Cincinnati, 7; St. Louis, 4.
frontier between the Afghans and
British. Advertise an The Daily.--Adv.

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