lIT T SENIORS GRADUATE
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CRY SAYS WOOD (Continued from Page One)
esthetic pleasure but for the ideas and
ed from Page One) wisdom contained in them.
sen Will Fight' The classes assembled at their re-
s lost 1,000,000 men kill- spective colleges at 8:30 o'clock, and
er 1,000,000 crippled and at 9 o'clock marched to Hill auditor-
eed be when our last man ium, under direction of Chief Marshal
e supreme sacrifice, our Prof. L. M. Gram. The alumni form-
se up." ed at Alumni Memorial hall and join-
ed great bitterness to- ed the procession there.
"Captain, I'm in great distress."
"What is the matter?" asked the
captain of a new man in the detach-
"Here is a letter .f'om my girl," the
private replied. "She said that she
sent the last letter to me without putt-
ing my name or address on the en-
velope. Is there any way of getting
"Orderly, explain the postal regu-
lations to this man."
the Allies there are no
ms" he said. "All the na-
great so long as they fight
If today there is a small
Europe it is not Rumania,
r Serbia. It is another, large
small, very small, in sense,
nd duty. Well, let that small
Let all those who are tired
and are eager to frater-
he burners of Louvain, the
the Lusitania, the murders
avell. Let them go, but let
.er great nations who con-
ht remain united and stead-
War to the End
to the very end, however
end may be, was emphas-
Honorable James M. Beck,
rk City. He recounted the
ry of the German people,,
d how the present great,
Slargely an outgrowth of
es which Germany has forc-
ations that would rather
participation of Canada in
Atil victory is realized was
Sir Robert A. Falconer,
.t of the University of Tor-
declared Canada had com-
in the ability of the United
undertake the burden of the
rry it through to full vic-
tR Dieterle, '18, sang the
mn of the Republic," and
llais;" Theodore Harrison
Consecration Ode," with
Stanley, its author, at the
of the second training de-
rere given their first "pep-
inment by tht Y. M. C. A.
10 o'clock last night at the
n the campus.
ing attraction of the even-
fire eating tricks by Jehova
ch brought much applause
en of the detachment. Mr.
tastreiter rendered several
ections, while Miss Gladys
'18, recited two selections,
stertainment is scheduled
.nd travelling bags for all
Coch & Henne -Adv.
rS & MeChanRCS
'9EHBERS OF SECOND TRAINING
DETACHMENT SHOW PROGRESS
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iods throughout the day during the en-
tire time that the men have been at
the University. 'Their progress is
clearly demonstrated by the profici-
ency they are attaining.
Members of the first training detach-
ment werequartered in five houses.
The second detachment still has the
five residences, but only four of them
are used as barracks. The fifth house
is equipped as an infifmary. Water-
erman gymnasium has been turned
over to the government, and 460
beds have been placed on the gym-
nasium floor and the running track.
The basement is used for showers
and shaving, and the small room,
where the University R. O. T. C. kept
their stocks of guns, is now a guard
No Visitors Allowed
Government orders prohibit any civ-
ilian, especially women, without spec-
ial permission from a responsible per-
son, visiting the barracks. A number
of violations have been made, but ef-
forts are now being made to enforce
The first muster will be held next
Sunday afternoon. Week-end pass-
es will be returnable at 4 o'clock Sun-
day afternoon. Company C will stand
muster roll call at 4:15 o'clock,
Company B, 4:45 $ o'clock, and Com-
pany A, 5:15 o'clock. The hospital
detachment will muster with Company
A, and the headquarters detachment
will muster at headquarters.
Alumni Banquet at Gymnasins
More than 500 alumni were served at
the luncheon given for them in Bar-
bour gymnasium on Vednesday. Be-
tween the courses and afterwards the
representatives of different years sang
their class songs, and met old frieids.
Another Ancient One
"I wish you would go over to Com-
pany A and get Private Dubbs."
"Aye, aye, sir."
"Aye, aye, sir? You should say,
'Yes, sir.' You're in the army now."
TWO GIANTS OF THE GREAV'
Regular steamer service on the De-
troit and Buffalo Division of the D.
& C. Lake Lines begins Monday, May
6th. The Two Giant Steamers o' the
Great Lakes-City of Detroit III and
City of Cleveland III-make daily trips
between these points, leaving Detroit
at 5:00 p. in., U. S. Central Time, and
Buffalo at 6:00 p. m., U. S. Eastern
Time. Daily service is also givem be-
tween Detroit and Cleveland, leaving
both points at 10:45 p. in., U. S. Central
Time. Rail tickets are honored for
transportation on all D. & C. steamers.
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Hail to our College men fighting for right.
Hurrah for the Yellow and Blue!
Blue for each star on its background of white,
With a prayer that the gold stars be few;
Loyal the answer our men gave the call,
And loyal our women who help through it all. Hail!
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