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The Wolverine, 1917-07-03

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WOULD ENROLL GIRLS BE- PII ALPHA TAU TO ERECT
TWEEN 16-21 IN WAR WORK . MEMORIAL TO G. CARON,'171
Washington, July 2.-The associa- Phi Alpha Tau, honorary oratorica
tion of collegiate alumnae has sub- and musical fraternity, it is reported
mitted to the woman's committee of will erect a memorial tablet in com
the defense council a plan to enroll memoration of George C. Caron, '17L,
for training all girls between 16 and who was drowned at Goderich, On.
21 years old. The proposed curricu- tario, last fall, while out swimming.
lum includes food and clothing con- Caron, while in school was one of the
servation, clerical, nursing and agri- most popular and active students on
cultural work, and instruction in the the campus.
use of the telegraph and telephone. No* definite date for the erection and
place of the memorial has been set, but
The Farmers & Mechanics Bank defipite plans will be announced within
South Main Street State Street Office a few days.
Corner Huron 330 So. State St The Wolverine delivered to your
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Paris To Honor
Pershing 's Hen
America Battalion to Parade Streets
of Paris en Fourth of
July

RVICE 05!East
William
EDWIN DENBY PROMOTED TO able comment when he expressed the
CORPORAL IN U. S. MARINES belief that he could serve his country
best as an enlisted man.
Detroit, July 3.-Edwin Denby, age
47, probably the most distinguished J. E. Oberlin Marries Miss Hubbard
American to enlist in the ranks at the J . Edwin Oberlin, 17D, was mat-
first call to arms, was promoted to the .ed to Miss Ruth M. Hubbard at Mans-
rank of corporal in the United States ield, Ohio, last week. Miss Hubbard
marine corps on Saturday. Mr. Denby has been residing in Ann Arbor with
was a member of congress from 1904 her sister, Mrs. F. H. Swain, for sev-
to- 1911, former president of the local eral years, but was formerly of
board of commerce, and a prominent Rochester, Vermont.
attorney of this city.
Corporal Denby, who is taking mili-
tary training at Port Royal, S. C., C H O P 8 U E Y
headed the list in a competitive ex- Open During Summer School
amination open to all members of his 11 A. M. to 1 P.M.
company. His enlistment as a private MICHIGAN I N
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e Paris, July 2.-It was decided this
afternoon to parade one battalion of
the United States army in Paris
July 4.
t The American troops will arrive
here July 3. They will be quartered in
the Grand Palais, while the officers
will be entertained at the Military
club.
On the morning of the fourth a
French band will serenade General
Pershing, playing patriotic airs outside
his mansion windows. Afterward the
general will be the central figure in
a commemorative ceremony at the in-
valides, where he will be presented
with a pennant by the society of the'
Cincinnati of France and also with a
lace flag donated by the town of Le
Puy, Haute-Loire.
Speeches at Lafayette's Tomb
The American troops, headed by an
escort of 30 French soldiers, after-
wards will march to the Picqus ceme-
tery, where speeches will be made at
the tomb of Lafayette.
The American troops participation in
the celebration was requested by the
French authorities.
Ans official statement, issued at the
headquarters of the American army,
states an investigation is in progress
regarding premature publication in
London papers June 28 of news of the
arrival of the first American expedi-
tionary forces.
The American correspondent says
the statement complied with the un-
derstanding nothing was to be pub-
lished until a release was given.
Publication Endangers Ships
The London papers published the re-
port of the landing, however, while
several transports were in the danger
zone. It is known, continues the state-
ment, the fault does not lie with any
correspondent, but with someone, who
permitted a single one of scores of
telegrams, being held for release, to
go through to London before the re-
lease was given.
U. S. LOANS TO ALLIES
TOTAL $1,043,00),1001
Washington, July 2.- Twenty-five
million dollars was placed to the cred-
it of Great Britias today by Secretary
McAdoo, bringing the loans to thot na-
tion up to $59,000000 and the total
loaned all the Allies to $1,043,000,000.
A new series of loans to foreign gov-
ernments will be made this month, it
was announced at the treasury today.
It is expected the loans will aggregate
between $200,000,000 and $00,00.09.
ADDITIONAL WARt ONDS NOT
INCLUISED IN WAR TAX BILL
Washington, July 2.-A final draft
of the war tax bill, reduced from $1,-
800050,000 to $.670,000,000 and carry-
ing no provision for additional bonds,
was completed tonight by the senate
finance committee and will be reported
to the senate tomorrow.
Lucy Gates sings for Columbia Rec-
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122 E. Liberty. Adv.
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Work called for and delivered
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