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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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W. S.S. Stamnps

ENERAL TAILOR ordered a quick charge over the top
day by the Real Tailoring Division, resulting in the capture

MILITARY NEWS
Five inter-company baseball games,
which were scheduled to play on Fer-
ry Field yesterday morning and atfer-
noon, were postponed. The battalion
championship games will probably be
played next week.
Members of the Red army, First
regiment, won the problem given yes-
terday by Lieut. Corgi C. Mullen on
the regular Saturday hike. The Blue
army, Second regiment, was the los-
er. The cadets marched to Geddes
A d fi it' . d 1

CERCLE FRANCAIS
ELECTS FFICERS
At a recent meeting of the Cercle
Francais the following officers were
elected for the coming year: Presi-
dent, Gilbert R. Byrne, '19; vice-
president, Kennetha W. Berry, '19;
treasure; Floyd E. Buell, '19; secre-
tary, Marjorie C. Springer, '20.
The following were chosen to mem-
bership: Alfred W. Wilson, '21, Doro-
try D. Williams, '20, and H. P. An-
dreason, '20.
In spite of the fact that the war has
taken away many from the society,
among them some of its oldest and
most active members, it has complet-

MARINE CORPS WILL MAKE
SPRING DRIVE IN COLLEGES
Washington, May 25. - The U. S.
marine corps will make a spring
drive for college men. A number of
university and college graduates now
in the corps are being sent both to'
their old schools and nearby recruit-
ing stations to explain thoroughly to
members of the graduating and other'
classes the many advantages of the
marine corps.
A special feature of their work will
be to enroll a few men for the avia-
tion branch of the corps. They will
search particularly among successful
athletes for applicants for this+
branch.-

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avene.
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- I'.iC'reaIJuURIU Uy ed a very prosperous year. It has ful-
avenue, Observatory avenue, filled all of its usual functions except
bridge, and the Huron river, the annual banquet which, by unani-
rked off. The military opera- mous vote, was given up. The man-
ere confined to this area. A ey was used to adopt a French war
umber of cadets participated orphan for one year.
problem. Prof. E. L. Adams tendered his res-
ignation as director of the society at
el Atten, of the British trmy, the last meeting and a vote of thanks
s been sent here by the war for his untiring services was accord-
aent, will speak to the cadets ed him. He has acted as director dur-
o'clock tomorrow afternoon ing the past two years.

Don't Forget to Attend Our
t5th Anniversary Sale'

R.0-T C. MEN!
Have you secured your Uniform for Summer Camp? If
not, we are in a position to Outfit you completely with Khaki

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Literary Critic Says
E FIELD OF HONOR" (Au
d'Honneur), by Hughes Le
Translated from the French
. John Van Vorst. Houghton
company.
ve heard about the spirit of
until it seems as if the very
ould sicken us, but they don't.
s not sicken of such things.
Le Roux, a Frenchman, has
an inspiring glimpse of this
ery short wardiary, contain-
fighting history of his son,
obert Le Roux, who was kill-
s fight engagement. Leaving
s friends, his father, and his
of a few weeks, Lieutenant
went to join his regiment in
1914. He was everything to
r, who had been a mother to
vell as a father.
the short time which he
[lieutenant Le Roux secured a
r himself with his command-
an undying worship in the
the men under him. He was
wounded while trying to res-
major, who lay dying on the
ther went to the hospital,
arted and aged by sorrow.
with his son during the ter-
ys pre eding his death. And
out of the hospital smiling,
his lips a triumphant, "It is
hile!" Such is the spirit of
Anything- everything- is
hile, if it only contributes a
toward the safety of France.

ADDITIONAL S5PORTS
CHICGO BEATS EGBERT
*AND HAMER IN SINGLES

in Hill auditorium. Colonel Atten has
been through numerous battles in
France, and it is expected 'hat he will
talk on his experiences with the Brit-
ish army in France. There will be
no athletic program or drill tomor-
row afternoon. Attendance is ,"om-
pulsory and demerits will be given
for absences. The lecture is also open
to the students and the general pub-
lic.
STUDENTS TAKE TRIPS TO SEE
STATE ASYLUM FOR INSANE
More than 100 sociological students
will leave this morning for Lapeer,
where they will visit the Lapeer in-
stitute for the insane. On previous
trips to this institution a large num-
ber of students were given an oppor-
tunity to see the methods employed
in this particular state home for the
insane.
The senior medical class took a trip
to Pontiac ,Mich., yesterday for an in-
spection of the insane asylum at that
place. A special car was chartered
on the D. U. R. as far as Detroit. This
is an annual affair in the medical
school, the class being acompanied by
Dr. Albert Barrett, head of the psy-
chopathic hospital here.

"Y" Secretary Makes Trip to Ithaca
Mr. N. C. Fetter, secretary of the
Y. M. C. A., left yesterday for Ithaca,
N. Y., to attend the marriage of his
brother, who is secretary of the Y.
M. C. A. at Cornell.
Use the Daily classified columns.
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HARD FOUGHT MATCHES GO
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AT'S GOING ON

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TODAY
11 o'clock-Alpha Nu will have their
anual picture taken at Rentschler's
udio.
12 o'clock- Dean Alfred H. Lloyd
peaks to Methodist Young Men's class
z Lane hall.
4 o'clock-Unitarian Students' socie-
v meets at the home of Mr. M. E. Os-
>rn, 1015 Packard street.
6:30 o'clock-Union Guild meeting
Presbyterian church.
8 o'clock- Dr. Bayliss speaks in
:ill auditorium on "One Thousand
tiles Along the Battle Line in Eu-
>pe."
8 o'clock-Prof. Nathan Isaacs of
olumbus law school addresses Men-
rah society on "Legalism in Jewish
istory," in Newberry hall.
TOMORROW
7:15 o'clock-Prof. Willim L. Phelps
Yale university talks on boys'
orking reserve in Hill auditorium.
U-NOTICES
The Canadian club will hold an im-
>rtant meeting and election of offic-
s at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening
ver Willitt's cafe. All Canadians are
vited to be present. Refreshments
ill be served.
Trunks, Suitcases and Bags at rea-
nable prices. You may trade in your

Michigan los't to Chicago in the Big
Ten tennis tournament held in the
Windy City during the past three
days starting Thursday, when both
Egbert and Hamer lost to their op-
ponents in the singles.
Chicago won the tournament and
Pike of Chicago won the intercolle-
giate singles championship by defeat-
ing his team mate Nath in three out
of four sets, 5-7, 6-3, 6-4, 6-4.
The matches that lost the tourna-
ment for the Wolverines were all
hard fought and the Maroons were
forced to their limit. Michigan wa,
at a handicap due to the weakness of
Hamer who was taken sick Friday.
The little Maize and Blue player
fought gamely all the way and faint-
ed at the end of his final set. Egbert
opposed Pike, the new intercollegiate
champion, giving him more opposi-
tion than did Nath at the meeting of
the two for the title. Egbert lost.
three out of four sets, but in the set
he won, he completely outclassed the
Maroon. The scores of the sets were,
6-4, 3-6, 7-5, 6-4. Hamer lost to Nath
in straight sets, 6-3, 6-4, 6-2.
EVAN WILLIAMS, WELSH TENOR,
DIES AT HIS HOME IN AKRON
In the death of Evan Williams, the
famous Welsh tenor, who died Thurs-
day night at his home in Akron, Ohio,
Michigan lost a true friend. He sent
two of his sons to the University,
Edgar M. graduating with the law
class of 1917, and Evan, junior, enter-
ing this year as a freshman. He
sang at private recitals here on sev-
eral occasions, being the guest of the
fraternity to which his sons belonged.
Evan Williams, Jr., was called
home last Wednesday. Edgar Wil-
liams is an officer in the United States
army, and a third son, Verne, is with
a tank corps. The singer's death re-
sulted from a boil on the back of his
neck, which caused blood poisoning.
SIX 11EN MEMBEItS SELECTED
YESTERIAY FOR COMEDY CLUB
Six aspiring Thespians were select-
ed for membership in the Comedy
club at the spring try-outs from 9
to 12 o'clock yesterday morning in
Newberry hall..
The names follow: Sue Verlenden,
'20, Melba G. Bastedo, '19, Laurens A.j
Packard, '21, Carrie Fairchild, '21,
Burton A. Garlinghouse, '20, and
Carrie C. Smith, '21. A meeting for
the new members will be held some
time this week.
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