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UNDERGRADUATE MEDICAL
ASSOCIATION IS NEWEST
UNIVERSITY ORGANIZATION
PURPOSE TO FOSTER RESEARCH,
TO PROMOTE GOOD.
PELLOWS IP
"University of Michigan Medical
Undergraduate association is the name
of >ichigan's latest organization. The
organization embraces all the medical
undergraduates and has as its pur-
pose the stimulation of extra cunicu-
lar work, the fostering of a spirit of

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these guns was saved because the
detonator did not work until the shell
had passed out of the muzzle. Beside
this he told of a find, a huge range
finder more than forty feet in length.
Jemorial Dance
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research, and the promoting of good I
fellowship among medical students
and faculty.
At a meeting held recently the fol-
lowing officers were elected to head
the association: President, J. E. Lud-
wick, '22M; vice president, A. P. Ohl-
macher, '22M; secretary, L. C. Lud-
lum, '23M, and treasurer, V. L. Hart,
'23M.
In the opinion of many faculty men
this is one of the most important
movements ever undertaken by under-
graduates here in recent years. Presi-
dent Marion L. Burton made a state-
ment not very long ago, that the suc-
cess of a state educational institution
depends largely upon the amount and
character of the research work it fost-
ers. The stimulation of research work
on the part of the students comes
largely from the faculty but the plan
of this new organization is to have
work of this type done by the under-
graduates.
With this purpose in view a day in
April is to be set aside as "Under-
graduate Day"' on which all medical
classes will be dismissed and the medi-
cal student body will have the privi-
lege of hearing a number of its memb-
ers read papers dealing with some
medical topic. A group of faculty men
will act as judges, and will award
honorable distinction to the best piece
of work. Furthermore, on this day
medical guests of national repute will
address this body. As a climax the
day will close with a banquet at which
informijal talks will be made by stu-
dents, faculty and the medical guests.
PROF[ MILLER TELLS OF
GERMN FORTIFICATIONS1

Tickets are now on sale at the State
street bookstores and at the Union
desk for the dances to be given by the
Service Men's memorial committee
Friday and Saturday nights of this
week in Barbour gymnasium and par-
lors.
The proceeds of these dances will
be the first installment toward the
completion of tfie upper reading room
of the Union as a memorial to Michi-
gan men who died in the World war.
Harry H. Archer, '22, chairman of
the committee arranging these dances,
states that in the event that tickets
are all sold out by the middle of the
week, arrangements have been made
to give the dance in Waterman gym-
nasium. Kennedy's Society orchestra
will furnish the music assisted by the
Darling quartette. Refreshments will
be served and novelty numbers of-
fered.
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GUAR ANT EED !
We will
teach you all the
Modern Dances
before your
Christmas Vaca-
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Learn to Dance Before You
Go Home
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"There was no evidence of a direct
hit on the German coast fortifica-
tions in Belgium," said Prof. H. W.
Miller, of the department of mechan-
ism and drawing, formerly lieutenant
colonel in the ordnance department,
in his illustrated lecture before the
senior engineer assembly yesterday.
Professor Miller outlined the reason
for the extensive German fortification
of the Belgian coast line by showing
that their great submarine program
demanded a repair and supply station
near the center of operations, both
for the army and the under-sea flotil-
la. He told how Bruges was the stra-
tegic point for the supply base since
it was accessable by two canals start-
ing at the ports of Zeebrugge and Os-
tend. Thus if one port were captured
there would be a chance of escape
along the other canal through the re-
maining port. These three points
were protected by batteries of artil-
lery with range up to 42 miles. Sta-
tioned a distance back from the shore,
there were two guns able to reach
Dunkirk or Dunkerque,aeach with a
range over 40 miles. "The Germans
were the first we know of to make use
of -the railway artillery for .coast de-
fense work," remarked Professor Mil-
ler.
He then showed how nicely the
whole problem had been worked out
with great care to perfection in de-
tail. Even how they should destroy
their own fortifications In case of cap-
ture had been determined. All but
one of their guns were demolished
after putting a detonating shell into

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