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during the freshman yer so that the
student does not have to decide on the
unit he wishes to join until the begin-
ning of his sophomore year. This
gives him a chance to look things over
and reach an intelligent decision as to
the branch he thinks will suit him best.
The signal corps unit can be joined
only by' men taking the course in
electrical engineering, as their work
will be largely with electrical appara-
The men joining the coast artillery
and engineer units may be taken from
any engineering department except,
possibly, chemical, as the men in the
latter department would, in all probab-
ility, select ordnance.
Advntages to Student
The advantages to the student will
1.. The satisfaction of knowing that
he is performing his full duty to his
2. Commutation of rations during
his Junior and Senior years. This
amounts to about 40 cents per day.
3. Commutation of uniform.
Amounts to $18.32 per year.
4. Physical training. "wo hours
per week during entire course.
5. Commission in the reserve corps,
thus assuring service as an officer in
case of emergenrcy.
6. Training for chosen duty when
called to service.
7. Opportunity to attend summer
The advantage to the government
will be a number of men in the reserve
corps who have the _education and
character which make them officer
material and have the basis of mili-
tary training in the arm they have se-
The government will supply such
special technical equipment and sup-
plies as may be necessary for the
proper instruction; of the students.
This will include, for the signal corps,
a large amount of telegraph and tele-
phone equipment and an even larger
amount of radio apparatus, so that stu-
dents in the electrical engineering de-
partment will have a chance to become'
familiar with practically all of the
means of communication that were
used in Europe.
There is no doubt about the fact that
'tudents electing these courses will
have more work to do than those who
do not. This I believe, however, to be
an advantage as it may help to keep
out those men who would not be ca-
pable of making a success of the
course after they have entered it. We
want only good men and only men
who are willing to go to some extra
efforts to fit themselves to serve their
country. These men are the only ones
in whose hands we would be warrant-
ed in entrusting the lives of other men
in time of war anyhow, so they are the
only ones wanted.
Due to the fact that no practical
military drill will be carried on on the
campus, members of these ~units will
be required to attendthree summer
camps of six weeks duration each in
order that, they may get the practical
application of the theoretical knowl-
edge they have gained during the year.
The United States of America has
become, through its participation in
the World war, the leading power of
the . globe, a situation rather unique
for us who have always considered
time you- procure
you can get a business
have found a knowledge of stenography invalu-
able to them in their college work.
used it to pay their expenses.
education at the
to spend one or two hours a day obtaining this
training this year.
you in after life.
It will prove a great help to
For full information write
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
ourselves as being a young fellow who path to prepare themselves for service tremendously costly in mep and it is
always played in his own back yard. I should it be necessary. our duty to see that it does not rappen
The situation which came up so of- ten in the war just ended where an of- next time.
The young men of the country have to ficer with only a few months exper- JOHN T. LUCAS, Lt.-Col. U. S. A.
realize that it is their duty to miss no fence was placed in command of green Professor Military Science
opportunity which may fall in their troops, could not be helped but it was and Tactics.
Lamps for All Purposes
For ybur study table or desk ;-adjustable read-
mg lamps to accommodate one or two students.
For the sitting room or den ;-a large assortment
of the highest grade and most pleasing design, as
well as lamps of lower price and simpler design.
Floor lamps to please all.
You may see any or all of our stock on request.
Come in and let us shon> you
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Stunning New Fa brics
Fur Trimmed and Plain
For Fall and Winter
E DETROIT EDISON COMPANY
WILLIAM AND MAIN STREETS
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
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Only One of Each Style
G. C. MA EDEL Proprietor
Uh RANDALL STU 1O
An unusual and becoming model in the new
CRYSTAL CLOTH in medium blue. The
back is "different." It blouses slightly and is
belted close. It is lined with soft silk of
futurist plaid in which blue is the predomin-
ating hue. This garment has distinct person-
ality and is sure to please the discriminating.
Blue heather mixture in heavy WOOL
JERSEY, with deep dropped yoke. It is
beautifully lined throughout with soft silk and
is trimmed with rows of buttons.-
Brown VELOUR with natural opossum
collar. It has a loose back, belted front and
is lined throughout.
One coat of distinctive style is made of the
new CHAMELON CORD in brown and
gold. This novel fabric is very attractive. The
back is a departure from the conventional. It
has two large inverted box pleats trimmed in
tailored button holes and cloth covered but-
tons. The belt is narrow and ties in front.
CRYSTAL CLOTH coat in French blue
with Australian opossum collar. It is lined
blues which harmonizes beautifully with the
with a soft taffeta in a plaid of greens and
shade of the coat.
Tobacco brown VELOUR coat with full
back trimmed with flat tucks and tailored
darts. It has a coney collar and belted front.
HIGH CLASS PHOTOGRAPHS
SERVICEABLE MOTOR COATS IN TWO STYLES
One is made of heavy ENGLISH TWEED
in a blue and green mixture, double faced in
blue and tan, has big pockets and a double belt.
The other is of heavy POLO CLOTH in a
new shade of brown, lined half way with
brown silk. It has a double belt in front
and large patch pockets.
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