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TirE MTCHIIAN DAILY

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Knittex
Overcoats
Tan Oxford
Heather
at $25.00

MIGHIGAN MILLER NOW
PRODUCING POTATO FLOUR
RECOMMENDED BY STATE FOOD
ADIMINISTRATION AS
SUBSTITUTE
Potato flour is now being success-
fully manufactured in Michigan by
the John C. Morgan company, of
Traverse City. The plant is now us-
ing 1,500 bushels of northern No; 2
stock daily and will double their out-
put and operate as long as they find
a market for their product.
New Process
"The process is entirely new," said
Mr. Morgan. "The potatoes are un-
loaded by water power from cars and
bins and are first washed and ground
into pulp. The pulp travels over
starch sieves, and in this way about
half of - the starchy substance of the
potato is washed out. This leaves the
pulp so that it can be pressed and
dried with our regular cider machin-
ery. The pulp is then cooked, which
gives the flour in this stage, a yellow
color. The starch is saved and the
starch and the dry pulp are mixed
and milled.

PRINCETON TO BECOME
A "MILITARY COLLEGE"

TJA IN IN G ('OMPULSORY.
FRESHMEN; WILL WORK
COMMISSIONS

FOR
FOR

We hate a full line of
Sailors and Panama

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Get your Straw Hat Now!

Straw Hats from $1.50 to $6.00

Princeton, N. J., June 3-After hav-
ing sent 3,322 undergraduates alum-
ni, faculty members, trustees and oth-
er officials to the war, Princeton uni-
versity on June 24 next will become
a "military college." A three-year
course of training and instruction ap-
proved by the General Staff of the
United States Army will on that day
be inaugurated and every student will
be under strict military discipline and
eat and sleep like soldiers in barracks
instead of their more comfortable
dormitories.
700 Aeronauts
For months Princeton university has
taken on the aspect of a training
camp, for here more than 700 men
from all parts of the country, stu-
dents in the government School of
Aeronautics, have been coached in
the theory of flying preparatory to
being sent to Mineola, Pensacola, San
Diego and other aviation centres.
The War Department some time
ago made it possible for any college
having a Reserve Officers' Training
Corps to adopt the system which is
soon to go into effect here. Yale,
Amherst and other institutions are
understood to be considering its adop-
tion but Princeton will be the first
university to put it into actual opera-
tion.

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GIVEN SPECIAL ATTENTION BY US

CUT FLOWERS

FRESH SPRING FLOWERS

CORSAGES

FLOWERING PLANTS

FLORAL DESIGNS

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Goes Twice as Far
"Potato flour is the commonest
flour of Europe and our bakers have
long imported it, as a small portion
of the product helps to keep the
bread moist. We concentrate one
bushel &f potatoes into eight pounds
of flour, which explains why it will
go twice as far as other flours."
"Potato flour has a double appeal
just now," says Mr. Prescott, food ad-
ministrator for Michigan. ."It is oLI
patriotic duty to encourage and sup-
port every plan to use up our Michi-
gan potato surplus and as a substi-
tute, potato flour will go twice as far
as other flours because of the possi-
bilities of concentration and drying."

GOLF SUITS

YOUR SPRING SUIT
will be carefully tailored of the new de-
pendable fabrics.
New Models distinctly our own.

I RIDING BREECHES

ANN ARBOR GARACE
DEALERS IN
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MILITARY NEWS

MOTaR EAR
HURONF

PHONE 1101

OAKL.AND
The Sonsible Six"
AND
DO RT*

The automobiles which
combine grace of design
with strength and dura-
bility at a fair price.

A. C.MARQUARDT
GARAGE

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Cadets in the first and second bat-
talions of the First and Second reg-
iments will march to Ferry field at
4:15 o'clock this afternoon for close
order battalion drill.
There will be no athletic or gym-
nastic program under the direction
of Dr. George A. May for the remain-
der of the semester. All cadets pos-
s essing lockers in Waterman gymna-
sium must remove their articles be-
fore June 10th.
Ensign Alton B. Sharp, ex-'18, is in
town for the week. Ensign Sharp is
a member of the Kappa Beta Psi fra-
ternity and was in the University last
year. He has been stationed at Roch-
ester.
Joseph Drake, ex-'18E, has been
granted a commission as second lieu-
tenant in the flying section of
the aviation section, according to ad-
vices received here. Drake has been
stationed at Kelly field, San Antonio,
Tex., and has received orders to stay
at that field to take the instructor's
course..
WVOMAN GIVEN CHANCE TO
SHOOT AT CROWN PRINCE
Imagine an opportunity to shoot at
the crown prince!
This is what Miss Annie &akley,
woman crackshot, was allowed to do
some years ago. Miss Oakley shoots
the ashes off a cigaret in the mouth
of a helper. While giving an exhi-
bition in Berlin with Buffalo Bill,
Miss Oakley had the crown prince in
her audience. He volunteered to hold
the cigaret.
"Oh, how I wish he would let me

Summer Session
Briefly the plan contemplates an
opening Summer session for gradu-
ates, undergraduates, qualified fresh-
men and other candidates at ,which
the following subjects will be taken
up: Modern language; surveying;
topography; descriptive geometry;
ordnance; hygiene and practical
military instruction prescribed from
the following: Infantry drill; miner
tactics; target practice (individual,
collective and field firing); problems
in musketry; signalling (semaphore,
telegraph and wireless; machine
guns; bombs and bombing; gas en-
gines; administration; gasi defense
and practical military engineering. A
fee of $150 will cover board, room and
instruction.
The course is so arranged that a
freshman entering college at the nor-
mal age will have completed it and
become eligible for his degree by the
time he reaches draft age. The new
military course, therefore, while par-
alleling the regular four-year curricu-
lum which will be maintained as us-
ual, will cover three years and the
two intervening summers.
Men May Enlist
One feature that is expected more
than any other to allay the unrest
among patriotic youngsters at col-
leges who long to don the khaki and
take their places on the firing line
has been provided by the War De-
partment. According to a recent or-
der of Secretary Baker, students 18
years old, or older, taking the new
military course may enlist in the
United States Army and will be de-
tailed to Princeton, or any other col-
lege adopting the system for study
and training. Such enlisted students
will be in the United States Army,
and will be subject to call by the
President of the United States but
only in case of great national need.
The same provision is made for men
entering the Princeton NavaTrain-
ing Unit course, which will be great-
ly extended this year.
The expectation is that all studeyr
wil have fitted themselves for com-
.missions as second lieutenants upon
the completion of their study. After
'the first year of military training,
which will be obligatory upon all
freshmen, it will be optional with the
latter whether they desire to con-

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SENIORS!

D. E. Grennan
The Custom Tailor 6o6

Commencement Gifts

For sensible gifts that have a lasting and
cherished memory let that gift be a piece of
jewelry, Watch, or Diamond.
For the students who will soon be called
to the colors we can suggest nothing better
than our special Military Watch.
Make it a point to look over our stock. We always show
an endless variety of pretty things that are both useful and
inexpensive.

Order your personal cards now
from the
MAYER-SCHAIRER CO
112 SO. MAIN ST.

E. Liberty

EXPERT REPAIRING SERVICE
FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS

11 Maynard St.

Phone 1927

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S RECEIVED FOR BOTH
INED AND UNTRAINED MEN
.erous requests for both ex-
ced and inexperienced men's
s during the summer are now
g in to the engineering col-
The positions do not necessar-
uire, engineering students. Most
men on the campus would be
ed to perform the work re-

A request has just been received
from the Ford Motor company of De-
troit for several rod men to work at
their new- River Rouge plant. They
offer 43 cents per hour. Probably lit-
tle or no training is required to fill
the positions. Those desiring detail-
ed information should call at room
322 of the engineering building.
Always-Daily Service-*Always.-

ARNOLD & CO., Jewelers
220 S. Main Street

Adv.

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To Offer Sum

said Miss Oakley re-= tinue or to go into the four-year-
-academic course.
mer Course in Drafting V. S. Iorses at Front Have Masks

LOST
A tennis racquet on Ferry
Llazenger-Dougherty model.
C. on bottom of handle. Find-
ase call Griffith, 231.
Small silver purse in balcony
1 auditorium during May Fes-
Reward. Carolyn Johnston,
rry Residence.
Log Log Slide Rule. Name C.
aff stamped on. end of case.

FOR RENTr
FOR RENT-431 S. Division St. Nice-
ly furnished front room, suitable for
two people, in private home. Also
use of garage. Phone 1464-W.
WANTED
WANTED - Young men to work
through summer session. Apply at
once, Busy Bee.
WANTED--Handy man to do outdoor
work. Phone 1784-M.
RANTED-Lat us supply TaC i t
what yon want through thh s ea
WANTED-To help you fulfill your
needs through our Classified column.

A special bulletin explaining the
course in elementary drafting to be
offered during the 1918 summer ses-
sion is ready for distribution. "The
course is designed especially for
women as there is a special need for
them in drafting at this time," Dean
E. H. Kraus said yesterday.

Washington, June 3. - Every horse
and mule in the American expedition-
ary forces soon will be equipped with
a new type of gas mask which, it is
declared, will make them impervious
to gas attacks. The masks are com-
ing from a specially equipped factory
at the rate of 5,000 a day, the gas de-

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PHONE 948-W

619 E. LIBERTY

There should be a Victrola in
every home
Holy about yours?
Prices from $20.00 to $400.00
MAKE YOUR TERMS
GRINNELL -BROS., 116-S Main St.

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fense service announced recently, and
are going rapidly to France.
Fresh Engineers' Last Assembly
Freshman engineers will meet in
their last assembly at 11 o'clock' to-
morrow morning in room 348 engi-
neering building. Dean M. E. Cooley
will address the members of the
class.

class will be taken to determine how
many students wish to enroll in the
various departments of the engineer-
ing college next, year.
Will pay cash for 1,000 second hand
Medical, Dental, Law Books-Biddle,
Nickels Arcade,-Adv.
Our Advertisers don't need guaran-

SALE
no. Excellent condi-
nal bargain if taken

At this assembly a census of the tees.--Adv.

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