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July 27, 1918 - Image 3

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The Wolverine, 1918-07-27

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THE WOLVERINE PAGM THREE
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JOIN!

'V, ENLIST

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UNITED STATES NAVAL RESERVES FOR DURATION OF THE WAR

RECRUITING STATION FOR ENTIRE WASHTENAW COUNTY
City Y. M. C. A., North 4th Ave., Ann Arbor, Mich.
0f Vital Interest to Every Registered Man

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COLLEGE STUDENTS
Come Into the Navy
See Real Servlee in a Real Organization
BE A JACKIE. ENLIST TODAY
The Navy is making safe the road to France. The
soldiers of Ame ica journey to the western front pro-
tected along the way by battleship andadt estroyer.
Join the Navy and help keep clear the path to the
lines where the Allies are battling for you..
The Navy is wreaking vengeance upon the U-Boat,
the last work in Hun savagery. If you want to avenge
those who fell victims to the Teuton "frightfulness,"
join the Navy and help smash the submarine.
If you want to serve your country and its cause-if
youwant to strike at Germany through its ondersae
hots-it you want to see real action-VOLUNTEER
in the Navy.
The Navy offers you clean quarters and wholesome
food, excellent training, an education, an opportunity
to travel on the high seas. The life is clean, the ex-
ercise builds you up, the fresh air and the healthy
work make you a real man.
If you want to live in the open-join the Navy.
The Navy affords opportunityf or rapid advance,
for good wages. There are all sorts of athletic
. games for you-football, baseball, basketball, swim-
ming, rowing, sailing. You learn to box, to fence and
to wrestle. If you want to be an all around man,
join the NAVY.

READ

To you, undergraduates of college and high
school, READ-STUDY-the following author-
ized statements just received from the Secretary of
the Navy and the officials of the University of Mich-
igan and prepare NOW to complete your school
work.
High Schbol and college students may enlist
and go back to their studies, being on the inactive list
until graduation. During the summer vacation
period they must do one of three things; go to the
training station for active duty; take a summer
course in their studies; or engage in some work which
will improve them in the profession or trade for
which they are studying. At the end of the vacation
period, they go back to their studies until graduation,
at which time they report for permanent active duty.

HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
University of Michigan
Offers a Naval Training course During Year 1918-19
If you want to live a healthy life-if you want a
real chance for promotion-if you want exercise in
the beat and cleanest of sports-VOLUNTEER in the
NAVY.
During the year 1918-1919 the 'University of Mich-
igan, with the approval of the Navy Department, will
offer a Naval Training Course; it is intended for stu-
dents already enlisted in the Naval Reserves. By a
recent ruling of the Secretary of the Navy, such stu-
dents will be allowed to return to the University to
complete their course of study. The Naval Training
Course, for which university credit will be given, may
be taken together with regular university work and
will aim to prepare men to secure by eamination an
Enssign's commission in the Naval Reserves. Stu-
dents enlisting in the Naval Reserves during the
summer would have the advantage of active training
before beginning their courses of instruction at the
University. Others expecting to take this course
must enlist in the Naval Reserves before they can
be enrolled.
The instruction in Naval Training, which will ac-
company the regular University studies, will coin-
prise three courses running throughout the college
year, under charge of Assistant Professor Boak and
Professor Curtiss. These will cover as far as pos-
sible the theoretical and practical subjects prescrib-
ed for examination for the rank of Ensign in the
Naval Reserves, and will consist of (1) Naval regu-
lations, ordnance and gunnery; (2)j Signalling; (3)
Navigation.

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We ask you, Young America, what will you do NOW to protect our shores-your homes,
mothers,. fathers, sisters, brothers, and all loved ones from Prussianism? DEEDS SPEAK
LOUDER THAN WORDS! *
ENLIST TOD A Y
Additional information may be had at
Navy Recruiting Station
Contrtbuteb b2 the 3ofn the 1Rav-- Y. M. C. A., N. 4th Ave., Ann Arbor, Mich. *
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