THE MICHIGAN DAILY
he third edition of the Michigan
mnus has appeared, sending the
sage of Michigan's activities to
e "once Michigan men, always
higan men." It is. filled with strik-
editorials, comment on campus
*ities throughout the pastmonth,
tributions by able writers on a
iety of subjects pertaining to the
versity and current events, and
s of interest about former stu-
ne editorial seemingly foretold the
on of the Regents in eliminating
tary training altogether from the
versity, and recommends the in-
luction of "tests of real life" rath-
;han military discipline. It states
; a student should beable to learn
obligations without the "attendant
dvantages of a military post."
er editorials are entitled "The
nch Mission," "Breaking with the
t," which sets forth the issues of
reconstruction problem, and "A
r to Remember," describing the
rits of Nov. 23, when the M. A. C-
re brought back the old Michigan
it, mingling military and naval
lay, with the realization that the
vents intBrief picks out the major
its of the month concerning the
versity so that an alumnus is able
glance through this section and
e the progress of the University
tg military, scholastic, and lines
eneral campus interest.
ephane Lauzanne, member of the
nch High Commission to the
ted States, publishes an article in
issue on "How Germany Must
air HerCrimes," written in the
r cut, tense, French style, which
ied over into English, is themore
king. He laments the loss of
eless architecture, but demands
return of everything returnable
t Germanyahas removed from
rice and Italy.
lie work of the War Camp Commu-
service at Michigan is compre-
sively presented by Prof. W. R.
uphreys, who tells of its origin,
s, program, and management. The
tese house is also well described.
fr Irving K. Pond gives a short
ory oft he Michigan Union and
es the development of the pres-
building which exemplifies lead-
sip in its tower, and democracy
its color scheme, "embodying the
blood and brain of men."
letter from the front is another
ure, carrying its message to all
es of the Union where Michigan
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men have gone. Marriages, births,
and deaths, and other news from the
classes keep Michigan's representa-
tives everywhere advised of what
their former classmates are doing.
The book is illustrated with cuts of
the new Union, the S. A. T. C. and
naval unit in march, and other scenes.
Just be Reported
(By Associated Press)
Lansing, Dec. 14.-Beginning next
week Spanish influenza will be con-
sidered an epidemic by the state
board of health, it was announced here
today. Accurate reports from phy-
sicians must be made to the board,
it was declared.
The disease continues to spread rap-
idly in all parts of the state. Phy-
sicians who fail to make reports reg-
ularly will be prosecuted. The max-
imum penalty is $100 .fine. Registrars
or deaths will also be required to
make a report and the board expects
to check up on each report to ascer-
tain the facts of each case.
Reports from over the state, with
Detroit and Grand Rapids missing,
list 1,606 new cases. Health officials
believe that the total will run more
than 2,000 cases.
Saginaw reports the highest number
of new cases with 207 in the city.
WHAT'S GOING ON
There will not be a meeting of the
Jewish Students' Congregation to-
day. Plans are being made to have
regular weekly meetings after the
The Athena society will hold its
regular meeting at 7:15 o'clock Tues-
day evening on the fourth floor of
The Michigan Dames will hold a
Christmas party at 7:45 o'clock Mon-
day evening in Alumni hall. All wives
of University students are urged to
There will be an illustrated talk on
Medical work in Japan, Africa, Cey-
lon, and Armenia, at 7:30 o'clock this
evening in Iane hall. Admission free.
Sgudent council will meet at 10
o'clock this morning in the old Union
The women's chapfer of the Cos-
mopolitan club will hold its regular
monthly meeting at 5 o'clock this aft-
ernoon in the basement of Lane hall.
All women interested in the club are
invited. Dues will be paid at this
D-MO3 LIZATION SEND ) 100,000
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Camp Custer, Battle Creek, Dec. 14.
HALF OF 1,700,000 MEN IN -It is expected that 100,000 men will
HOME CAMPS GET DISCHARGE pass through Camp Custer on their
way from the army to civilian life,
Washington, Dec. 14.-Demobiliza- about 3,000 being scheduled to arrive
tion of the military forces of the coun- this week. All soldiers awaiting de-
try is gaining momentum, General mobilization .will be quartered in the
March, chief of staff, announced today, barracks vacated by the 40th Infan-
with half of the 1,700,000 men in the try regiment, which has just left for
home cmaps dsciharged. Camp Sherman, Ohio. It is expected
Reports to the war department, he that men from every camp in the
says, indicate a discharge of 15.000 country will pass through this camp
men a day, which will be doubled as before demobilization is completed.
soon as the demobilization is in full Camp Custer now leads all canton-
progress. ments in health percentages, having
but 15.68 per cent non-effectives.
Students Given Chance to Donate Camp Meade is second with 19.15 per
Writing pads, envelopes, bottled cent, and Camp Johnstone third with
candy, Hershey's, Life-Savers, gum, 25.55 per cent. The base hospital
and playing cards,-why not send here is now ready for 2,000 convales-
some of these to a returning soldier cents. The wounded men will be
at the Brooklyn U. S. Naval hospital? formed into companies and will be
Bring your offerings to Barbour gym- given only such work as will be nec-
nasium immediately. essary to build up their systems.
Anne Mertons believed that her ring was sig-
nilicant only within certain limits. Her hus-
band contended that it was binding no matter
what he did. What's your opinion?
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