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August 03, 1918 - Image 4

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The Wolverine, 1918-08-03

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T T OTHDetroit, Mich., Aug. 2.-Hal C. Smith
UI1IWUIU well know advertising man, died
Thursday afternoon from injuries re-
Sickness among the member of the ceived in an elevator accident three
second training detachment has reach- weeks ago. He was a graduate of the
bd its lowest level, according to the University of Michigan in the 1907 lit-
report issued last week, endng July' erary class, and a member of Sigma
27. The report shows that .002 per- Phi fraternity. Since leaving college
cent of the men were sick for the he has acted as advertising manager
week. I for the Anderson Electric Car com-
During the entire week there was pany, assistant advertising manager of
not a single cae of illness among the the General Motors company, and as
A and C companies. There were 10 advertising manager of the General
men excused from work during the Motors Truck company.
seven days on account of sickness in -
company B. Y. W. C. A. and WOMAN'S LEAGUE
This is the first time that the sick COMBINE FOR LAWN PARTY
report has been so low, and according
to the authorities in the detachment, A lawn party will be given by the
there is not a single cantonment in Y. W. C. A. and the Woman's league
this country that has succeeded in at- from 4 to 5:30 o'clock next Thursday,
taining this record. at the Cooley home, 703 Forest ave-
nue. All University women and their
Detachment to Play Benefit Game friends are invited. This is ppen to
The Company B team of the train- everyone, not only Y. W. C. A. and
ing detachment will cross bats with league members.
the Ann Arbor city team at 2:30
o'clock tomorrow afternoon at West Ten Nurses Enrolled Thursday
Park. The proceeds will be given to Ten girls enrolled Thursday in the
the yarn fund of the mothe's of the student nurse campaign which brings
men -of Company E now at the front. the total up to 16. Fosters' Art Store
Mlusic will be furnished by Warren's is open from 2 until 5 o'clock every
band. afternoon except Saturday and the city
Y. W. C. A. is open in the evening
Dancing at the Armory every Sat- from 7 to 9 o'clock as recruiting sta-
urday evening. Fisher's orchestra.- tions. A trained nurse is in charge
Adv. . to answer questions and a number of
bulletins can be had which fully ex-
plain the work.
JTHE FIRwE#I:tS stCr - Services at Methodist Church
9:30 A. M.-Sunday School Dr. A. W. Stalker will speak at
10:30 A. M,-Morning Service 10:30 o'clock on "The Long War."
Sermon by Mr. Wells Miss Merriweather of the social ser-
"THE OVERCOMING LIFE" vice directory of the University hos-
pital wil speak at 6:30 o'clock in the
LO learn t ;pewriting well Wesleyan guild meeting on "Oppor-
requires close application tunities for Social Service in the Hos-
A typewriter andl free pit.l.
instruotion book from' Dancing at the Armory every Sat-
1.D.Morrill, 322 S. State ,urday evening. Fisher's orchestra.-
will do the rest. . Adv.
Save the Pieces
Broken Eye Glass Lenses ground in our own shop, same day
You Should Have One
Haller & Puller State Street Jewelers
200-204 E. Liberty Street
Always Good Quality
The Best the Market Affords
The D & C Steamship Line, with daily service from Detroit to Cleveland, and
Detroit touffa saords a favoi te route tsr rve becae ntiee lscaGr et
Lak psits The tw anat Staes of the Lkes"-Cty oaDt to it III ad City;
ofCleerad I-inasre the bet sbtiaale in the way af isuxrises ap""ntmts
eceilea uisie ad aista tg service. The . & C. diig seevioie i seases
raity as helth oat pasegotea ae sits iabsdatirtrvided for. aailseameseng
eqpuye with wieciess sevice ad the mdtern saety devices
Buffalo steamers leave Detoitdayat500P. M CentralTime.rvig at BufalIo,
9:00 A MseatienTime. Ceveaddatslessavhtrit daly at it 4SF M,Ccc
tas Time ariving at Cieveand, 6:00 A."M., Cntrl Time me time schedles i
ete tesrm Btailot Detitad Ceveisnd t Oesit. Als regular steamer service

frm'oeoadDetroit toMsakinaaIslnd n aeHrnwY rs
Sail tickets honored for transportation on D.&.C Linetsteamersia neither direction.
Ash yssr ticket agent to route you via D.&rC.Line, making connections with ral lines
0 SeEND 2c STAMP For illustrated pamphlet and Great Lakes Map. Address, L. G.
Laewis.0. F.A., Detoit, Michigan.
Fhilip H. Mcsillan res.
A. A. Schaatz, Vice-Fres. s GOralMgr.


feed, or rather a nman and his wife had
CAMP CORDON STODENTS us eat at the depot hotel for both JAPANESE SIUDENIS GIE
breakfast and dinner. Our bags came
on the 1:35 o'clock train and we pro- EHIITIN ,OfSOT
ceded to camp immediately, which is UIIIUIIU U
about 13 miles. We arrived about 3
Enjoy Scenery; Lose Barracks Bags; o'clock and by 4 o'clock we were in Box and Whestle for Entertainment of
Receive Meals from Red Cross our barracks and placed. We started * Detachment at Y. M. C. A.
Organization to get settled. Fell in at 5 p. in. Had Affair
supper at 5:30.
Every member who left Ann Arbor At 6:00 we went and filled our Saturday evening at the Y. M. C. A.
or the officers' training camp at straw ticks or rather our bed sacks. tent entertainment was furnished the
Camp Gordon is having a great time Had to walk about three-quarters of a detachment by Company C in the form
of it, according to a letter received mile. At 6:30 we filed through the of boxing and wrestling bouts by the
from Priv Henry 'chroeder. Camp office and received 8 books and a mess men. Katsuizumi and Watanabe, two
Gordon is also the place where civil- outfit. At seven we, marched to the Japanese students at the University
ians are being trained for officers' study hall and studied till 9 o'clock. gave exhibitions of jiu jitsu and of
commissions. The letter follows: Since then we all had to be on the go Japanese fencing.
Dear Captain and Hdq., Officers:- every minute. Wednesday the first The Y. M. C. A. program for Satur-
We had a very enjoyable trip and full day we worked , the following day evening will be moving pictures
feel that it was a treat we shall all hours: first call 5:35, breakfast, 5:50, featuring Ann Pennington in "Sun-
remember long. Of course all the inspection at 7:00-7:15, physical ex- shine Nan." Mr. Steelman has also
boys made good use of the few hours ercise 7:15-8:00, drill and conference agreed to provide some amusement.
we had in Detroit. Our train left at till 11:30, dinner hour till 1:00, but For the combined service of the Unit
10:20 that Sunday evening and we we had to shave every noon, and do a versity churches and Y. M. C. A. Sun-
piled into our berths immediately al- hu dred things. From 1:00-2:00 we day the speaker will be Mr. George
though it was very warm in the cars. ha squad drill. That is one of us Hubbs, salesmanager of the Dodge
We managed to get some sleep and at drills the squad. Conference 2:00-3:00, Motor Car Co. The program for the
5'30 all piled up in order to see the first aid 3:00-3:30, hike with light remainder of the week has not as
sights along the way. We arrived in pack 3:30-4:00 at a cadence of 130 yet been determined, due to the fact
Cincinnati at 7:50 and there found the not route march. Clean up then, re- that the detachment is nearing the end
Red Cross with a nice lunch and hot treat and study as the evening before, of their stay in Ann Arbor.
coffee. We had to hurry it though as Receve Rifles
we were 'to leave in twenty minutes.
We found they wouldn't let us take We got our rifles Friday and those working with. The man next to me is
our barrack bags with us into the new ones were nothing in Ann Arbor 35 years old, an old top sergeant and
pullman so had to check them. Af- compared with the grease on these. and believe me I'm going to give them
I have spent about eight hours clean- or him a, race for a lot of things.
wer ead ou bagswers notawihleing on mine yesterday and today. Be- There are 200 in each company and
us. Hut it was too late to worry then lieve me they just have got to be about 2500 here training now. There
so we had the conductor wire instruc- clean or you get a mark against you. seem to be more coming every day.
tions, ' and answer at Atlanta. We You men have had your day at this They expect to have about 5500 in
then made it our business to see as so you know just what we are doing. about two months and they will con-
muc oftheacene ry e ere oing We have gotten and made our parry tinue at that capacity then. A lot of
through as possible and wesurely sticks also, so tomorrow we start with the boys only have a few more weeks
saw a lot of it. We passed through the real work of breaking us in. It before they 're through.
twenty-seven tunnels. will be a great life if we don't weak- We would appreciate It immensely
Scenery Is Wonderful en. But we know what we are here to hear from any of you. I am sure
I can still taste the kind of coal for. There are lots of men here with it would .do the bunch a lot of good.
that engine of ours used. The scow- three or four hitches in the services With deepest respect from the gang,
ery along the Ohio and Tennessee forty years old so that's what we are Henry Schroeder.
ilvers was simply wonderful to me.
The mountains were all dressed in BOOKS FOR SOLDIERS
their mid-summer grandeur, and as
we neared Chatanooga, Lookout Moun- Moss-Manual of Military Training --------------------$.25
tain loomed up in the distance, proud Moss-Officers' Manual-----------------------------2.50
of its existence. We had a look at Ellis & Garey-Plattsburgh Manual-------------------- 2.00
that historic battle-field where many Infantry Drill Regulations-------..----- paper 30c, cloth .75
a young man gave up his life in order Kilver MacElroy-Contentment Manual----------------5.o
that this nation might live, and be Drill and Service Regulation for Field Artillery----------1.25
the place for us to live in that it is, Blue Jacket Manual.-- - - - - - ----- i.00
and I say here is one that will help we RUNIVERSITY
keep it safe for the world Democracy BOOK STORE
which we are fighting for across the
I took several snapshots of some
scenes which impressed me most but
haven't the films finished as yet. We THE NEW CATALOGUE
had only a fifteen minute wait at NE
Chatanooga and went straight through
to Atlanta, arriving there at 12:15 of the
o'clock. There as no one to meet
us. We tried to get the camp by
phone but of no avail. So we walked
about thirteen blocks till we came to
the Y. M. C. A. There we stopped
and they fixed up a room with 10 cots
for us. They also took us to the IS NOW READY
shower room and we all took a very
much needed bath. At 2:.00 o'cock
helplbute nthinthere w otsan I csaw Complett information concerning the eight Colleges and Schools:
ing of wood in that room but none LITERATURE, SCIENCE, AND THE ARTS, E'N-
We finally decided to get up at eight
o'clock. We called up the camp and THE SUMMER SESSION
told them we were here without bar- Special Courses in Forestry, Newspaper Work, Land-
rack bags and that same were com- scape Design, Higher Commercial Education, including
ing next train at 1:35 p. m. We were Railway Administration and Insurance, Architecture,
told to waite till then which we did. Conervation Engineering, Education (affiliated with
breakfast. They gave us a wonderful Ann Arbor Schools for Observation Study), and a
Course for those preparine for the scientific administra-


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