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'HIGAN DAILY

"pot" be forced to wear it when he UNIVERSITY RIFLE CLUB RECEIVES
has more than the required number of'
hours to make him a sophomore? ' OFFICIAL FAC ULTY AUTHORIZATION

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SOLDIER STUDENTS ON BONUS
RANK HIGHEST AT WISCONSIN
Condition Believed Due to Greater Age
of Men and More Serious
Attitude

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ERSEAS

tily agree with Roy John-
he stated that the overseas
have no. desire to throw
y upon the 'sympathy of the
dy; but there are points in
the overseas "fresh" that
e application of common'
er than sympathy. One
nical phase of the question
should a man, who was
in the army, 'continuing
iic work as a part of his
considered a sophomore
eceives sufficient credit -
nilitary credits, since they
ined while in the service
e Michigan man, who re-
m "across the pond" any:
iis steel helmet for a frosh

The first mentioned man was no
more under the jurisdiction of the
University than the man who did his
bit overseas; his time was his govern-
ment's, not his school's. He was an
army man, not a colleg man. He was
no more influenced by tradition and
spirit than the man "over there." He
did not wear a "frosh pot" as a be-
ginning, but still some claim that he
is entitled to a, sophomore toque, while
the overseas man lays aside his "pot"
at the risk of being thrown ii the
Huron.
When the question of spirit is link-
ed with the overseas "Vets," Mich-
igan need have no fears. Any man
having spirit to back his country in
her hour of need at the risk of his
life, will not fail to back up his school
with a spirit, fully as commendable
as any on the campus. His loyalty is
mature when he enters the University
and no "frosh pot" is necessary as a
seed from which Michigan spirit will
grow.
STUDENT.

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Approval of Petition by National As- will be open to all men on the campus
soelation Now Pending with equal privileges for all. The
general plan is to have the range open
Official authorization by Prof. Louis for three days a week for the National
A. Strauss and Sec. Shirley W. Smith Rifle association qualifications, under
has been accorded the University Rifle 1the supervision of an already qualified
expert rifleman.
club organised by members of the.
1N. R. A. medals will be given to
Michigan naval militia. The petition those men who qualify as expert rifle-
has been forwarded to the National' men. Such men will probably form
Rifle association at Washington with the nucleus of the team from which
whom the executive officer of the club Prof. C. E. Wilson of the engineering
I college will pick his state team to rep-
talked recently. The president of the ;
i s t MiUhis Zt tha tinl

association assured him that the club
would be recognized immediately and
all arms, ammunition and target ma-
terials would be speedily forthcom-
ing.
To Promote Use of Rifle
The purpose of the club is to pro-
mote the use of, the rifle by all stu-
dents of the University who wish to
avail themselves of the opportunities
offered by it. The club although or-
ganized by the Michigan naval militia,

resen icnigan aL Le naL onai
matches this summer at Camp Perry.
Petition Return Awaited
As soon as the petition is returned
from Washington, membership will be
accepted on, the payment of one dol-
lar which will entitle the new men-
ber to all the privileges of the club,
including approximately 200 rounds
of ammunition. George M. Gilmore,
'22, executive officer of the clul, will
give any desired information.

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Recent statistics prepared by the
college of engineering of the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin, show that the sold-
ier bonus students of the department
r"have out ranked the regular students.
Prof. J. D. Phillips, assistant dean
of the -college, believes this due to
the fact that the bonus students who
are usually older men, take the work
more seriously than the ayerage stu-
dent. The principal' course> in which
former soldiers excell are shop cours-.
es, topographical engineering and
English. .}
Frosh 0ym Work to End April 9
Gymnasium work for freshmen will
end with the beginning of Spring va-
cation. From then on hygiene lec-
tures will constitute the program.
There wvill be six of these lectures,
the first of which will be held April
20.

A big slump in themouse market is
reported from Columbia university
.where large stocks of the little rod-
ents are used for experimextal pur-
poses. Quotations for mice have fall-
en far below pre-war levels and many
breeders have been forced out.
Hosts of mice were required during
the' war for medical experiments 'and
high prices offered for them by the
government stimulated the breeding
of these animals. When the armis-
tice was signed, the breeders were
caught "long" on mice and found
themselves carrying a heavy cverload.
This alarming situation, in the
mouse market will be relieved, it is
hoped, by supplying numerous labora-
tories throughout the country. If the
demand in this country cannot equal
the supply, there is still one escape
from the mouse deluge. Large quant-
ities of the delectable little creatures
will be presented to the Imperial Uni-
versity of Tokio.

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