29, 1918. THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WOK ONNW MECHNICS
SHOP NEARS COMPLETION
If you want
RED GROSS COURSE TO
BE GIEN THIS SUMMER
STUDENTS COMPLETING REQUIR-
ED WORK TO BE GIVEN
of distinctive quality.
TWO MORE AUTOMOBILES
FROM DETROIT; MEN
Vest Pocket Kodak
is still the most popular model
Have you seen the new F 6.A
at $20.00 Come i.
Buy a Stetson
Wadha. s & Co.
State Street Store
SUITS CLEANED TO SUIT
When we return your clothes dry
cleaned we want you to examine them
critically. If they: are satisfactory
kindly do us a good turn with your
friends. If by any chance they should
not be entirely satisfadtory send us
word and we'll call for them and
make them right. We guarantee sat-
a Work on the new building, south of
the Engineering building, was ad-
vanced to the second floor yesterday'
afternoon, by the carpentry squad of
the first training detachment. The
rafters of the roof are being put in
place, and by the end of the week,
the building will be practically com-
pleted. The small shed, which will be
devoted entirely to the study of chas-
sis work, has been erected.
A complete skeletonized frame
building, about two feet square, has
been erected in the carpenter shops.
This small framework will be used as
a model. A duplicate of this model,
which stands about four feet high,
has been made. - The purpose of this
work is to give the men of the de-
tachment practice in =making the dif-
ferent joints required for rafters and
Autos Arrive From Detroit
Two large machines arrievd yester-
day morning from Detroit. The au-
tomobiles have been sent here by their
owners for the purpose of giving the
men in the gas engine department
actual work in motor repair. After
the machines are put in first class
condition, they will be returned to
Detroit. No charge is made for re-
pairs, except when additional parts
are required, and these will be sold
The first consignment of guns was
sent here by the government for the
purpose of giving the men in the first
detachment practice in making gun
parts, cleaning rifles, and know every
detail of a gun's mechanism. This
program, together with drilling with
guns, has thus far been carried on by
ANN ARBOR STEAM
No Job too Smah or too Large
"The Shop of Quality"
If it's not right we make Oit right
-PHONE 273- I
Final arrangements for a course in
Red Cross home service work to be
given during the summer session
were made yesterday at a consulta-
tion of Dr. J. L. Gillen, a representa-
tive of the educational division of the
American Red Cross society, Prof. E.
H. Kraus, dean of the summer ses-
sion, and Mr. A. E. Wood, of the so-
To Give Credit
University credit.will be given for
the course and students may give all
or part time to the work. The re-
quired subjects are community prob-
lems, under Mr. Wood; and practical
hygiene, under Dr. W. E. Forsythe.
Students completing these courses
and .supplementing them with 150
hours of field work will receive a cer-
tificate of proficiency in civilian relief
and welfare work from the American
Red Cross society. The field work
may be done on week-ends during the
summer session or after the closing
of the session in Ann Arbor or De-
For those desiring to put their
whole time on the work, the follow-
ing courses are offered: foods and
food values, under Prof. F. C. New-
combe ,of the biology department;
"The Great War," under Prof. Ed-
ward R. Turner of the history de-
partment; and either labor problems
or social organization, under Mr.
"These subjects have been offered
in previous years, "Dean Kraus ex-
plained," but this summer they will
be dealt with especially in their re-
lation to Red Cross work. This
course, which is superior to the six
week institutes given elsewhere by
the Red Cross, and will fit teachers
to take a leading part in such work
in their home, communities and will
be an excellent training for students
expecting to go into welfare work."
Need for Volunteers
A pamphlet put out by the Red
Cross society explains that at pres-
ent there is special need for well
trained and capable volunteers to
safeguard the welfare of the families
of men who are in service. A spe-
cial bulletin explaining the course is
being published and will be ready for
distribution next week. Those inter-
ested may get further information by
consulting Mr. Wood in room 205 Ec-
All companies in the R. 0. T. C.
will form at 4:15 o'clock this after-
noon without arms on Ferry field, in-
stead of a lecture in Hill auditorium,
according to a statement issued by the
Varsity Toggery Shop
1107 S. University Ave.
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TRY OUR FRESH FRUIT SUNDAES--
Ve give special attention
All laundered by hand
YOUR SPRING SUIT
will be carefully tailored of the new de-
New Models distinctly our own.
be accompanied by good
gment, and depends on
SERVICE not Price
a 6,000 miles of service
RTIS TIRE &
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Chinese and American Dishes
WAI KING LOO
Joe Gin, Prop.
314 S..State St.
S aU. f po q. Je w elry
making subscription to it compulsory
and have submitted the plan to the
The service flag unfurled Saturday
at Johns Hopkins university contains
766 stars, nineteen of which are gold.
The correspondence-study depart-
ment of the University of Kansas has
an Pnrollment of 1,357 this year. Eng-
lish being the most popular study for
Minnesota university hopes to have
the three former presidents of the in-
stitution present at Commencement
this year, and expects each to preside
at one of the important gatherings
John H. Schmidt, instructor in
chemistry at Wisconsin university,
was badly overcome by chlorine gas
during an experiment in the chemis-
try laboratory Friday. He is in a very
critical condition, due to the fact that
quantities of the gas reached his
lungs and started violent irritation.
del to Get 20 Rifles
It is probable that 200 guns, which
belong to the R. 0. T. C., will be given
to the 700 men in the second training
detachment, scheduled to arrive in
Ann Arbor on June 15.
Detachment Drills with Guns
Members of the first platoon of the
195 men innthe first training detach-
ment are now drilling' with guns.
When the training men arrived a
month ago, the government sent 50
rifles to be used by the gunsmiths.
Since that time, requisitions have been
made for additional equipment, but the
war department has been unable to
furnish the allotment asked for.
The training men are obliged to
work in the University shops, and in
addition to this schedule, they have to
drill certain hours during the day.
The members of the third battalion,
or the "peewies," have already com-
pleted the manual of arms. After the
first platoon completes the manual of
arms, the second platoon will be giv-
en instruction in drilling with guns.
Every evening, after supper hour,
the men of the rst detachment play
soft ball in the vacant lot beside the
Headquarters' building until the game
is called on account of darkness. The
detachment has plenty of excellent
material for a first class baseball team
and arrangements may be made for
several games with the company
champions of the R. 0. T. C.
D. E. Grennan
The Custom Tailor 606 E. Liberty
Order your personal cards now
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e University of Indiana R. 0. T.
giment evil start this year an an-
.ii n.1cvor mPof havni np' ilit~q-r
i cusmmof I ,ji aja V Li a m--.i
to observe the improvement tak- Girls' Glee Club Elects Officers
place after a year of military drill Officers for the Girls' Glee club for
he university. next year, were elected yesterday.
They are: Emily Loman, '19, presi-
he University of Minnesota Daily dent; Rose Sturmer, '20, vice-presi-
have a subscription list next dent; Ann Noble, '20, secretary; Em-
equivalent to the total enrollment fly Powell, '19, treasurer; Agnes Ab-
he university. The deans of the , '20, librarian; and Elsie Erley, '20,
ous departments favor the plan of auditor.
University women are to be given
a practical war course in home
nursing and dietetics .tA the regular
meeting of the faculty Monday night,
it was voted to continue the present
war time foods course which is now
being given, and to intrpduce,in addi-
tion, a new course in dietetics, first
aid, and home nursing.
The new course will be given under
the direction of the head nurse of the
University hospitals and it may be
elected for three hours' credit. With
this course the University will have
six hours of work fitting women espe-
cially for service during the period of
the war. The Hoover war course has
been given with success during the
past semester. It consists of three
lectures and a laboratory period tin-'
der the direction of Miss Grace'
Greenwood and Dr. Emerson. It is
given for three hours' credit.
Every cadet, who has been recom-
meded to attend the Fort Sheridan
camp, who does not intend to report
on June 3, must notify the military of-
fice at room 202, Natural Science
building, immediately, according to an
announcement issued last night. A
number of the cadets are not going
to attend the camp, and in order to
give the men on the alternate list an
opportunity to go, they ought to signi-
fy their intentions of just what they
propose to do.
The cadets recommended for the
camp must report sometime Friday
for their travelling orders. It is ab-
solutely necessary for each cadet to
have his order before reaching the
summer camp. Expenses for the trip
to Fort Sheridan will be paid by the
cadets, but will be refunded, at the
rate of three and one-half cents a
mile, after they are in camp. At the
end of the summer session, the govern-
ment will pay the cadet's expenses to
his home, provided the mileage does
not amount to over three and one-half
cents a mile.
No arrangements will be made for a
send-off. All the men will leave in
parties or from their homes in neigh-
boring cities. Every cadet, however,
must report at Fort Sheridan early
Company C won the battalion base-
ball championship of the Second regi-
ment by defeating company D, by a
score of 13 to 0, in a one-sided game
on Ferry field yesterday afternoon.
The batteries were as follows:
Company C, Zietes and CuthLurt;
company D, McCruder and Szynasli.
in the morning of June 3. No state-
ment has been issued regarding the
possibility of holding drills for the
cadets remaining in the University
after June 3.
Realize for yourself the
pleasure of Home Cooked
Food. Prices Reasonable,
218 S. Main Street
Good Lunches of Rice and Milk
10C all the time
ADV E RT I SN4
Cadet band will form in front of
U-hall at 1:15 o'clock this afternoon.'
The men will wear their uniforms.
The cadet band wil lalso have a meet-
ing at 7:15 o'clock tomorrow night in
Hill auditorium. Attendance will be
taken. At 7:15 o'clock Friday night
the band will form in front of Hill
auditorium, prior to marching to Ob-
NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y., ASKS
USE OF MODEL TOWN EXHIBIT
In order to demonstrate to its cit-
izens the benefits to be obtained from
proper industrial housing, the Niag-
ara Falls, N. Y., chamber , of com-
merce has asked permission to 'ex-
hibit the model town now being de-
signed by juniors and seniors in the
College of Architecture.
The model town, according to Prof.
Emil Lorch, head of the college, is be-
ing designed to illustrate the ideal in-
dustrial town of several thousand
See the latest styles in personal
calling cards at James Foster House
Chinese and American CHOP SU.Y
Michigan Inn 601 E. Liberty
.NTED-For three months, a well
.rnished house with yard or gard-
n, in 6th or 7th ward. Immediate
ossession desired. Address Captain
. H. DeKruif, Hygienic Laboratory.
LOST-Gamma Phi Beta sorority pin.
Elinor Leonard, Newberry. Reward.
LOST-Key-ring with keys, E. Hall.
WILL THE person who found The
English Hall Marked Gold Curb
Braclet, May 19, kindly return it to
325 Bramis court or phone 1323-J.
after 5 p. m. Valued as a keepsake
of a deceased*friend. Reward.
-Second hand bicycle
er in good condition.
fter 7 P. M.
There should be a Victrola in
Holp about yours?
Prices from $20.00 to $400.00
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Play Ground, Indoor and Tennis
Balls at Cushing's.-Adv.
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Biddle, Nickels Arcade Building.-Adv.