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W OL VE RI NE

PAGE THREE

06 SIVOENTS fAKING
ADMY SIDDES COVOSE
Members Divided Into 11 Squads; In-
spect Numerous Jackson
Plants
The Army Stores Methods course
under Professor J. A. Bursley now
numbers 66 students, which -are di-
vided into squads of 11 each. At least
one-third of the class are business
men who have been in business for 5
or 10 years.
Every Tuesday noon and Thursday
morning the students leave at Hill
auditorium in a special D. U. R. car
for Jackson, where they inspect and
work in the receiving, shipping and
stores departments of a number of
manufacturing plants.
Inspect Jackson Plants
The different plants they become ac-
quainted with are: Pearlman Rim
company, Hayes Wheel company,
Jackson Motor Car company, Briscoe
Motor Car company, Alloy Steel Spring
company, Jackson Motor Shaft com-
pany, Jackson Corset company, Jack-
son Grocery company, Sparks With-
ington company, American Fork and
Hoe company and the Schmidt Chemi-

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9 o'clock, French; 14 to 12 oclock
military drill, and on two afternoon
a week, accounting, army paper wor
and accountability. Regular trips t
Jackson will be taken every Tuesda3
morning and Thursday morning an
afternoons.
GEOLOGY STUDENTS PLAN
till Take in Sights and Attrac
tiens; Others Interested Can
Join Excursionists
Geology students and as many
others who are interested will leav
Ann Arbor for a boat trip to Niagara
Falls on the 2:42 o'clock train Fri-
day afternoon, July 20.
The excursionists will stop at De
troit, and take either the "City of
Cleveland" or the "City of Detroit,'
two of the largest vessels on the lakes
for Cleveland, where they will change
for Naiagara Falls arriving there about
11 o'clock in the morning.
Special Attractions
During the afternoon the party will
study the Falls and the gorge. On the
following morning a trip will be taken
on the "Maid of the Mist" or through

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withemen nk en from the regular and
drafted armies. All applica tions close
P A 'T -C H ES on the night of July 15, and the War
I Idepartment urges all men who are in-
terested not to delay until the last
minute as there is a great responsi-
FEMINAE? NON UNEDSTANDSEM bility connected with the position.
There are many girls with beauty, Low Age Limits
There are many girls with sense, Any able bodied citizen who is at
lut to find one fifty-fifty least twenty years and nine months
Makes life almost too intense. to forty-four, can enlist. Retired offi-
cers of the regular army can enlist if
f'Ff nniy ) c ofa age.-n IN- -1, ;1nsii ,i+r -

the "Cave of the Winds." The return
Divided Into 11 Squads trip will be Sunday afternoon, arriv-
of 6 each, and permitting each grouping at Cleveland about 6 o'clock in
to spend three one-half days in one time to make connections with the
plant each week, the members of one boat. They will probably be in Ann
group become acquainted with five Arbor early Monday morning.
plants. Niagara Falls, the gorge and vari-
Expenses for the special car, ous manufacturing plants which are
amounting to about sixty-five cents a dependant upon power generated from
piece, are borne by each member of the river offer special attractions to
the class. all those undertaking the journey. The
Additional Training scenery is especially beautiful and has
Additional training of five weeks at a geological significance.
an arsenal or a quartermasters depot Few Expenses
will be given after the six weeks are While the excursion is primarily to
succesfully completed. It is expected study the geological significance of
that at least seventy-five per cent of Niagara the trip is not confined to
the men will be made non-commission- students of geology. The total neces-
ed officers either during or at the sary expenses need not exceed $20.
expiration of this period of training This includes transportation, hotel
at the Arsenal or quartermasters bills, meals, and fares for the side
depot. trips.
After leaving an arsenal there are Every one who is interested in this
two fields of service, one in tire United trip may get further information from
States and the other in Europe which Professor Scott; either at his office in
they are likely to be installed in. From room G-422, Natural Science building,
the quartermasters depot there is or by phoning 738-J. All reservations
either the field of service in the United must be made before Monday, July 16.
States, or the one on the lines of com-
munication between this country and Camp Davis Boys in Good Health
Europe. Dr. Clyde B. Stouffer, medical at-
Program of Studies tendant at Camp Davis, reports that
The program of studies embraces the engineers and foresters are en-
many things. At 7 o'clock there will joying the best of health. Many cases
be lectures on Industrial Stores Prac- of sunburn, scratches and cuts oc-
tice; 8 o'clock, Army Regulations; curred during the first two weeks of
summer camp. Dr. Stouffer also
If its any sort of photo- states that his health and appetite has
graphic work ask Sw ain icreased 70 per cent.
about it Subscribe for The Wolverine and get
713 East U. a summer school directory free.

THIS STORY AWARDED
sack of
GOLD) MEDAL
As they stood on the front porch he
asked for just one. She refused. He
pleaded again, "Eventually, why not
y now?" This was a clinching argu-
e ment for she had seen the back cover
a of the S. E. Post. So she patriotically
- answered the call to arms and fell in.
Official reports of the engagement
- were made to headquarters next morn-
f ing. He said, "By a circular attack
the enemy was surrounded and, los-
ing heart almost immediately, sur-
rendered unconditionally." She said,
t "By our sudden feint the enemy was
at first disconcerted, but almost im-
mediately embraced the opportunity
offered him to fraternize with our
troops. The heartiest good feeling ex-
ists on both sides. We look for a
permanent union of all forces in the
near future."
ADD MILITARY WORK
As an example of what our college
nmen do when they apply their knowl-
edge to farm life, may we cite the ex-
member of the auto course who uses
a tire pump to feed the calf?
WITH MICKEY AT THE ZOO
Mickey-"What makes the monkeys
talk all the time and fight so much,
Uncle Pat?"
Us-"Our scientists tell us, Mickey,
that they are almost human."
"Which, Uncle Pat, the moneys or
the scientists?"
"Why-uh-why, look at the man with
the balloons over there!"
MODERN LANGUAGE
We had the six cylinder and now we
have the super-six, we had the sub
and now we have the super-sub, we
had the dreadnought and now we have
the super-dread. We have the ma-
rines and after they do some bit of
gallant work on land or sa why not
vary it a little and call them our ultra-
marines?
IN HISTORY
Prof-"Name three important dates
of last year, Mr. Jones."
Jones-"The Christmas Party, the
Soph Prom and the J-hop."
P. A. T.
Officers ' Corps
Wants flore len
Training Camp Opened August 27;
Low Age Limit Offers Good
Opportunity
A large number of high class, cap-
able men, to be trained for reserve
officers of the higher grades at the
second training camp of the Officers'
Reserve Corps, are wanted immediate-
ly, according to a recent notice sent
out recently by the War department.
Business men who possess a college
education and some practical busi-
ness experience are especially desired.
Date of Camp Opening
The second training camp of the
Officers' Reserve Corps for the Mich-
igan men opens at Fort Logan under
the direction of H. Roots. Arkansas,
on Agust 27. - All applicants should
apply in person on the third floor of
the Detroit Trust company building on
Fort and Shelby streets in Detroit.
This is positively the last oppor-
tunity that civilians will have to en-
list in one of these officers' traing
camps, as future camps will be filled

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arfty years or age. men while in train-
ing will receive $100 per month and
sustenance. When they receive their
commissions, they will draw the pay
allotted to their grade.
Notification of acceptance will b
sent out on or about August 10. This
will give the business men about three
weeks in which to get their affairs in
shape to leave.
MANY CITIIENS FAIL 10
CALL FOB ODAFITENVMDERS
But 50 Out of 1,100 Secure Official
IDrafting Numbers it ('ouniy
Clerk's Office
Up to date but 50 Washtenaw county
citizens out of a possible 1,100 have
secured their draft numbers from the
county clerk's office. The number ofa
those receiving their actual draft num-
hers was increasing steadily today,
and while only 25 men called for their
numbers today, greater interest is ex-
pected within the next few days. No
definite statement as to when the draft
numbers will be officially given out
has been ascertained as yet.
All those between the ages of 21
and 31 are requested to secure their
draft numbers from the county clerc's
office as soon as possible. The govern-
ment in turn will notify the holders
whether they have been chosen.
The authorities in charge request
that all those who registered comply
with the request in order that the or-
ganization and entire drafting system
may be successfully completed.

1EMBEllLES $1,1,000
FROM WAYNE COUNJY
A. J. kloka, Clerk iTren Tasurer's Of.
liee, Arrested; Furiishes
$11,00S0 Bond
Detroit, July 11.-The arrest of
Anthony J. Kloka, clerk in the county
treasurer's office, was ordered today
by Charles H. Jasnowski, prosecuting
attorney, charging hi with the em-
bezzlement of more than $16,000.
Kloka appeared before Justice Sel-
lers early this afternoon and gave a
bond of $10,000 signed by David Neder-
lander. The bond was approved by
the prosecutor. The arrest has not
yet been formally made, no warrant
having been issued. His attorneys,
James A. Murtha and Eugene L.
Mistersky, guaranteed to bring him to
court whenever called upon to do so.
Three Auditors Ordered
No less than three audits of the
county building funds have been or-
dered, one by the state, another by
the prosecutor and another which is
already being conducted by the Wayne
county auditors.
James Couzens, police commissioner,
i the role of private citizen, has of-
fered men and money to make any in-
vestigation or audit needed to de-
termine the extent of speculations ii
the county building.
heavy Penalty Attached
Kloka is charged under the special
act under which Frank P. Glazier,
former state treasurer, was tried and
convicted. The penalty is 14 years'
imprisonment.
The grand jury investigation which
Jasnowski will ask tomorrow will be
aided by Attorney-General Groesbeck.
The expense of the investigation will
be shared on an equal basis by the
county and the state.
A TEE-lIEE FOR GOLFERS
Teacher-"What was Bunker Hill?"
Caddie-"Where Gage footled his
approach."

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