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August 22, 1918 - Image 4

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The Wolverine, 1918-08-22

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THE WOLVERINE
E TACHMENT NE

ASH TRAYS GIVEN clined by the authorities. He also of-
TO DETACHMENT fered to supply the different barracks
with coal shovels, made out of the
same material,,
Fifteen jet black ask trays were samemateria__
presented to the training detachment
by Jacob Goffe yesterday. The pecu- FOR RENT-Cottages for rent for
liar fact about the ash trays is that September. East Grove, Whitmore
they were stamped out of scrap iron. Lake. Electric lights, most desirable
Goffe offered to present the detach- location. on the lake. Cottages in
ment with 1,000 of the trays, but since first class condition. Phone 212J
there was no immediate demand for Saturday, 1 to 5 p. m., or address R.
this special article, the offer was de- H. Kempf, Whitmore Lake.
BOOKS FOR SOLDIERS
Moss-Manual of Military Trainsng-----------------$225
Moss--Officers' Manual---------------------------- 2.50
Ellis & Garey-Plattsburgh Manual-----------...- 2. 00
Infantry Drill Regulations------------..- paper 3oc, cloth .70
Kilver MacElroy-Contentment Manual-------------- 1.co
Drill and Service Regulation for Field Artillery---------- 1.25
Blue Jacket Manual-------------------------------1 ;50
WAH R'S UNIVERSITY
BOOK STORE
THE EBERBACH & SON COMPANY
200-204 E. Liberty Street
CHEMICALS, DRUGS, SUNDRIES
Always Good Quality
The Best the Market Affords
TO THE SUMMER STUDENTS
We have appreciated your patronage. We hope
you will be back for the winter term.
We will close when you go, to open again Sept. 24.
We are going to make some improvements we
could not make while open. If you like our place tell
youtr friends coming here about us. Good bye 1
Mother says, "Be good."
Father Says, "Make good."
The Arcade Cafeteria
Military Wrist Watches

COENMENI 10 HELP
KEEP CO[[EGES GOING
(Continued from Page One)
obtained a satisfactory standing. Some
boys will be assigned to technical
and vocational schools, others to
academic institutions dependent up-
on an examination of their individual
cases by the War department's selec-
tive machinery. But there will be a
steady flow into the schools and col-
leges of boys of 18 who have been in-
ducted into the military service un-
der the new law and a steady flow out
as soon as they are trained sufficiently
to be useful in active service. Be-
fore they are called out of college,
however, the military commander sta-
tioned at each of the colleges will co-
operate with the faculty of the insti-
tution in determining which men shall
be permitted to go on to officers'
training camps, non-commissioned of-
ficers' schools, or National army
camps, and which shall be retained
for further instruction and educa-
tion. If Congress decides to call the
men over 31 years of age before sum-
moning those below 21, then it is quite
likely that the students will be able
to stay at their respective schools and
colleges until they are 1 or 2. In
some cases, especially students of
'medicine and certain sciences, the
boys will be permitted to graduate
even though it takes them beyond 21.
It was contemplated originally to in-
duct them on reaching the age of 21
andsthen grant furloughs to those
whose standing was sufficiently high
to warrant keeping them at school,
but with the change in the draft law
all boys of 18 will be automatically
inducted Into the service and will be
subject to the call of the War de-
partment at such time as it is deem-
ed proper to interrupt their educa-
tion or graduate them. If physically
unfit for active service, they will be
permitted ,of course, to stay at school
or college.
"Congress will decide all these
questions, to be sure, but will be guid-
ed by therecommendations of the ex-
ecutive branch of the government,
and the pian sketched above repre-
sents about what is contemplated. It
is the most feasible scheme which
commended itself to the educators,
who wanted to see the colleges pre-
served, and the military authorities,
who wanted to make officers to re-
place the many men with college de-
grees who will have been killed or
wounded each year. The college meh
of the country are now officers, but as
the casualities increase provision must
be made to replace them. The War
department is acting op the problem
none too soon."
LOST-Rhinestone buckle on State
St. between the Newberry hall and
Liberty St. Finder please call 1892.
Reward.
Plain Chop Suey
Rice -:- One Pot Tea
35 CENTS
Open during Summer
School
Quang Tang Lo
613 E. Liberty St.
Phone 948-R

THE
Farmers& Mechanics
____Bank
SOUTH MAIN STREET
CORNER HURON
STATE STREET OFFICE
830 SO. STATE STREET
A Good Strong Bank With Every Banking Need

qa VP th P P1 PPP.i.'

Laa V L' I A
Broken Eye Glass Lenses .round ii our own shop, same
TRY OUR SERVICE. EYES EX
LET US SHOW YOU OUR
ARMY AND NAVY FRAMES
You Should Have One

d:
AM1

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119

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Hailer & Fuller State Street Jevele
Go'to LYNDON'S 719 N. UNIVERSITY AV
Eastman Kod aks Eastman Fill
GUARANTEED AMATEUR FINISHING
ENLARGEM0ENTS FROM YOUR NEGATIVES A SPECIALTY
I have led while others followed in amateur finishing for twe
years. Now we are still leading. We guarantee perfct rest
or no gharge. We give you "Peace Time Results" as we h
a plenty of Metol (which we could sell at $50.oo per 11.)
we venture to say that no other firm is using Meto for finsh
If you.want the best results you wil bring our films hero
T oosfr L Y N D ON'S
Hill Asditoiin iUniesiy Av
MILITARY SUPPLIE
We have in stock everything in the
Military Equipment Line that
a Soldier may require
You are invited to inspect our
"Soldier Shop "
GEO. J. MOE
711 N. University Ave.
THE NEW CATALOGUE
of the
iliversity of Miohiga
IS NOW READY
Complete information concerning the eight Colleges and Scho
LITERATURE, SCIENCE, AND THE ARTS, EN-
GINEERING, MEDICINE, LAW, PHARMACY,
HOMEOPATHY, DENTISTRY, GRADUATE, AND
THE SUMMER SESSION
Special Courses in Forestry, Newspaper Work, Land-
scape Design, Higher Commercial Education, including
Railway Administration and Insurance, Architecture,
Conservation Engineering, Education (affiliated with
Ann Arbor Schools for Observation Study), and a
Course for those preparing for the scientific administra-
tion of departments of sanitation and public health.
For Copy of Catalogue, Special Announcement, or Indivi
Information, address
The Dean of the School or College in which interested, oi
SHIRLEY W. SMITH

Khaki and Leather Straps
Wrist Watch Holders
Watch Glass Protectors, Bill
Folds, Fountain Pens
Trench Mirrors, Drinking
Cups, Diaries; Masonic Rings,
Service Pins, Military Lockets,
Army Rosaries,Wedding Rings

Hialler & Fuller
State Street Jewelers
Open Wednesday Evenings

Secretary University

Ann Arbor, Mic

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