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One was slightly wounded. The
r was sobbing and pleading with
surgeon to save him from having;
lead cut off, which he said he un-I
tood from his commanding officerl
Id be his fate.
he doctor assured the frightened
nan that the Americans were notl
e as savage as all that; but the,
oner was still trembling and
ving as he was led to the rear of;

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most rational procedure. The daily
washing of the mask in ordinary wat-
er and soap, is sufficient for its care.
We advise that the order in regard
to the wearing of masks by instructors
and students in class, be continued
for the present.
Respectfully submitted,
THE SPECIAL HEALTH
COMMITTEE.
Onie New Case
Only one new case of influenza de-
veloped among S. A. T. C. men yester-
day and few new cases of pneumonia
have been reported for several days.
Authorities believe that by continuing
present precautions the epidemic will
soon be entirely obliterated.
Five deaths occurred yesterday but
medical men say that in an epidemic
of this kind the number of deaths
keeps up even to the end as people
recovering from influenza, if proper
precautions are not taken, -develop
an almost fatal pneumonia. Three of
the deaths were among section B men
of the S. A. T. C. They were: Merle
Boyer, company 1 of Monroe; Cecil

"Cripple for Life" Sees Acnn
Bay City, Oct. 29.-Major A. H.
Ganssor, "crippled for life," in action
on the western front, is again at the
front, according to advices from
France and is just as eager to chase
the Hun as ever before. His stay in
the military hospital was shorter than
the major himself expected. It is re-
ported that his recovery has been
complete. .,

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Ilinois Students Study New Star
Champagne, Ill., Oct. 29.-The Ob-
servatory of the University of Illinois
is hard at research work on the new
star that appeared in the sky last
June. Every clear night since then
observations have been taken of it.
The star, which is just visible to the
naked eye, is in Aquilla. The stuff

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McEvoy, company 3 of Jackson, and
Lawrence Tubbs of Adrian, a member
of the University of Michigan army
training detachment.
Miss Eleanor Compton of, Burbon,
Ind., a junior nurse of the University
hospital training class, died early yes-
terday morning at the contagious hos-
pital.
Medice Victim of Flu
Antonios Panayotides, '19M, died at
the University hospital last evening at
6 o'clock of pneumonia,; following an
attack of influenza. Panoyotides came
to Ann Arbor in 1913 from Turkey
with an A.B. degree from Anatolia
college, Merzifoun, Turkey, class of
1912.
1 The funeral will be held at a date
to be announced later by the senior
medical class who are taking care
of the ceremony.
Epidemic Among Civilians Nil
The epidemic among civilian stu-
dents has been practically stamped
out. The University hospital, where
those contracting the disease are sent,
has admitted no new cases in the last
two days.
One hundred S. A. T. C.'s are still
at the hospital with influenza or pneu-
monia. Only six of these men are in
a serious condition. In addition, there
are 96 convalescents in the various
infirmaries. Barbour gymnasium,
where the mild cases among men from
military units are treated, is at pre-
sent harboring 120 patients.
Increase in Japanese Trade Noted
Tokio, Oct. 29.-Japan's trade with
the United States increased during the
six months ending June 30. Exports
to the United States gained $30,500,000
and imports $97,000,000.
The increase in exports was ac-
counted for by the large shipments of
raw silk, habutae and other staples,
While the increase in imports is attri-
buted to increased requirements of
cotton, iron and machinery, as a- re-
sult of the flourishing state of Japan's
industries.
Two Killed in Airplane Accident

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Mount Clemens, Oct. 29.-Lieuten-
ants Oliver P. Jackson, of Buffalo,
N. Y., and Andrew Sivley, of Raymond,
Miss., were killed at Selfridge field
today when their airplane crashed to
earth from a height of 1,000 feet. The
cause of the accident has not been
determined.

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U-NOTICES
The Michiganensian staff, ed-
itorial and art, will meet at
4:30 o'clock this afternoon.
Everyone must be present.
All members of the Student
Directory staff must be at
White's studio at 12 o'clock to-
day for the Michiganensian pic-
ture.
Rev. Leonard A. Barrett re-
quests that all members of the
Presbyterian church on duty in
the infirmaries and hospitals in-
form him of the illness of Pres-
byterian students, both S. A.
T. C. and civilian. The registra-
tion of the S. A. T. C. men by
church preference is not avail-
able, making this request nec-
essary

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