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UNIERSITY PREPARES TO
RECEIVE 700 MECHANICS
MI EN IN SUMMER SCHOOL TO USE
('LUB HOUSE ON FERRY
FIELlD
Preparations are now being made
to accommodate the 700 members of
the second training detachment, who
are scheduled to arrive in Ann Ar-
bor about June 15. The special stu-
dents in the first detachment are com-
pleting their courses as rapidly as
possible, and are anxiously awaiting
orders, which will probably be receiv-
ed from! the war department before
the beginning of next week.
Approximately, 460 men will be
housed in Waterman gymnasium, ac-
cording to the plans now being work-
ed out. The entire gymnasium floor,
and the running track will be devot-
ed to regulation army cots. Capt.
Ralph H. Durkee's office will be lo-
cated where the old R. O. T. C. of-
fices were situated. The office of the
battalion sergeant major will adjoin
that of Captain Durkee.
Will Organize Battalion
With the exception of sufficient
gymnasium apparatus for the sum-
mner session students at the club
house on Ferry field, the entire ath-
letic equipment will be locked up in
Dr. George A. May's office.
It is the intention of Captain Dur-
kee to organize three companies from
the men in, the second detachment,
forming a battalion of war strength.
The new men will be given intensive
battalion drill aside from the regu-
lar mechanical work in the Univer-
sity shops.
14 Autos Enter "Heaven"
Ten ancient machines wended their
weary way into Ann Arbor yesterday
morning and were admitted to "auto-
mobile heaven," where they will be
cordially received by the members of

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iTERNESHIPS FOR SENIOR
MEDICS ARE ANNOUNCED
SEVERAL STUDENTS GO INTO
A RMY OR NAVY UPON
GRADUATION
Dr. Reuben Peterson, head of the
University hospital, has announced
the appointments of the senior med-
ical class to interneships at various
hospitals in the country. These will
begin about July 1, 1918, with the ex-
ception of the University hospital ap-
pointments, which have already be-
gun as many of the former holders
of these positions have been called
into army service. Some of the men
will not take interneships, but will
go into army or navy work at once.
They do not know when they will
be called but most of them have al-
ready received orders to be ready to
report on 48 hours' notice. The list
follows:
F. M. Allen, navy; Jose Alum, post
graduate work In New York poly-
clinic; C. E. Anderson, navy; D. M.
Bacon, St. Paul city and county hos-
pital; E. C. Baumgarten, University
hospital, surgery; T. S. Barnett,
Barnes hospital, St. Louis, Mo.; P. W.
Beaven, University hospital pediat-
rics and contagion; C. W. Brainerd,
navy; R. E. Brown, medical mission-
ary, Cheng Tu, West China; Laura
C. Buck, Women's hospital, Philadel-
phia; M. R. Burnell, Long Island col-
lege hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y.; G. J.
Busman, Mayo hospital, Rochester,
Minn.; J. T. Connell, Traverse City
hospital; J. R. Darnall, army; H. D.
Dieterle, Trudeau sanitarium, Sara-
nac Lake, N. Y.
A. W. Erickson, navy;. Bert Fel-
lows, navy; J. F. Foss, Western Penn-
sylvania hospital, Pittsburg; R. J.
Frackelton, Minneapolis city hosp-
tal; Helen L.. B. Gage, Memorial hos-
pital, Worcester, Mass.; R. M. Green-
tha, University hospital, pediatrics;
Glenn Grieve, General Motors com-
pany, Grand Rapids; M. D. Haag,
University hospital, gynecology; J. J.
Hall, University hospital, surgery;
Campbell Harvey, University hospi-
Stal, pediatrics and contagion; C. K.
LHasley, University hospital, derma-
tology; Parker Heath, University
hospital, ophthalmology; G. R. Herr-
mann, Peter Bent Brigham hospi-
tal, Boston, Mass.
L. A. Hoag, Providence city hospi-
tal; M. S. Hurth, St. Francis hospi-
tal. Pittsburg; C. C. Hyde, Univer-
f sity hospital, surgery; H. A. Judson,
Rhode Island hospital, Providence;
R. M. Kempton, University hospital,
pediatrics and contagion; K. C. Ker-
well, not known; H. G. Lundgren,
University hospital, otolaryngology;
W. K. McCandliss, New Haven hos-
pital. Conn.; W. R. McKinnon, Calu-
met and Hecla hospital; C. H. Mar-
shall, University hospital, dermatol-
ogy; D. M. Morrill, University hospi-
Stal, internal medicine; and M. E. Mo-

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the training detachments. A number
of the special students in the first de-
tachment left Ann Arbor yesterday to
obtain a second allotment of ma-
chines.
The result of Tuesday's first de-
taclhment sing at the Michigan Union
wss "peppier" than previous ones. A
number of the officers were called up-
on to render Michigan and war songs.
The mascot of the regiment, a tiny
chap with fiery red hair, lead a num-
ber of the songs.
Carpenters to Finish Building
Members of the carpentry squad
have . succeeded in putting the roof
on the new building facing south Uni-
versity avenue, and expect to finish
their work by the end of the week
In order to rush the building to com-
pletion, 12 men from the gas engine
squad were chosen to aid the car-
penters. The work on the building
will be a model for the future train-
ing detachments detailed here.
Whether or not week-end passes
will be granted to the men desiring
to make their last farewell to their
relatives, families, and friends, de-
pends on the receipt of travelling or-
ders from Washington before that
time. The majority of the men will
finish their work before Saturday.
Intensive drills will be held until
definite instructions are received.
To Hold Alien Day
On Friday afternoon about 30 mem-
bers of the first detachment will. be
escorted by an armed body guard to
the circuit court, where they will be
made citizens of the United States.
It is not known whether the cade
band will accompany them, but the
officials of the organization plan to
have some music to celebrate the oc-
casion. Immediately after the nov
friendly and neutral aliens take the
pledge of citizenship, the band will
render the "Star Spangled Banner.'
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A. B. Norton, St. Joseph's sanitar-
ium, Ann Arbor; P. H. Piper, Trav-
erse City hospital; H. J. Prall, navy;
C. Reynolds, University health serv-
ice; T. H. Robertson, Harper hospi-
tal, Detroit; Juan Rodriguez, Luther-
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pital; E. R. Smith, army, psychiatric
unit; J. H. Smith, navy; H. B.
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s Should Consult Committee
seniors enrolled with the Uni-
f appointment committee, who
not yet secured positions for
ear should call at the office be-
eaving Ann Arbor to consult
he committee, and to leave their
er addresses. They should alsol

keep the department informed of any
change of address during the sum-
ier, and notify them immediately up-
on acceptance of a position.
Office hours of the committee are
from 10:30 to 12 daily.
Use the Daily classified columns.

J. M. Stanton, psychopathic hos-
pital, Ann Arbor; J. R. Stine, Uni-
versity hospital, house. physician;
Jane Stevenson, Philadelphia gener-
al hospital; W. P. Stome, Traverse
City state hospital; C. F. Tang, New
Haven hospital, Connecticut; L. C.
Todd, navy; T. L. Tolan, tirsi .
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Ruth C. Wanstron, Memo- >
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club at this University., will hold its
final meeting of the year at 7 o'clock
tonight in room 201 University hall.
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