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-! +l i' IC.HItl_9A. DAILY

THURSDAY,

TRE ICHIAN D!L\'THURDAY

Walk-Over
is COLLEGE.
t as MODISH
it is Comfort-
[e.
A woman is as young as her feet. Here are the very
that keep your feet feeling young, vigorous and stylishly
Winged Tip and Military Heel
s in Black and Brown calf, white Buck and white cloth.
Either Boots or Oxfords.
Valk-Over Boot Shop.
115 SOUTH MAIN STREET

200,000 MORE ORDERED
MOBILIZEDBY JUNE 28
NEW REGISTRANTS AFFECTED
BY LAST RULING OF PROVOST
MARSHAL CROWDER
Washington, June 5.-While 1,000,-
000 young Americans just turned 21
were registered in service for world
freedom, orders went out from the of-
fice of Provost Marshal Crowder to the
governors of all states, except Ari-
zona, for the mobilization between
June 24 and 28 of 200,000 more reg-
istrants. This brings the total num-
ber of selective service men called to
the colors to 1,595,704, and when they
are in camps, the nation's army will
number well over 2,000,000.
The registration today apparently
was attended by the perfect enroll-
ing that marked the enrolling a year
ago of 10,000,000. The men who ap-
peared today have become of age
since the first registration day, June
5, 1917. Military authorities estimate
from this number there will be had
750.000 men fit for active service.
The quotas and camp assignments
include Michigan, 7,000 to Camp Cus-
ter.
AMERICANS PENETRATE ENEMY
LINES IN LUNEVILLE SECTOR

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IMP

ENROLLMENT SHOWS
TEN PER CENT DROP
Decrease in the student body this
year due to the war is 10 per cent.
Usually the yearly increase in mat-
riculation is 10 per cent.
"My word to parents is to advise
their sons under 21 not to hasten
into war until there is a demand for
them," said Josephus Daniels, secre-
tary of the navy, in discussing this
problem, and the general conviction
of men well up in industrial and po-
litical life of the present day is the
same.
May 20, 1918.
To the High School Students of Mich
igan:
My Young Friends:
It is of the highest, importance that
conditions in our high schools during
the present crisis be kept as nearly#
normal as possible. I am aware of
the fact that our young people at-j
tending these schools, particularly;
our young men, are not infrequently
uncertain as to the path of duty.
They are anxious to serve their coun-,
try and to know how best they can
do so. It is, of course, the duty o f
those who are called to respond will-I
ingly and enthusiastically. Some who
are within the age limits, very prop-'
erly feel that they should anticipate
the call by voluntary enlistment. But
those whose age exempts them from
ii-nedia e selection, can undoubted-
ly best serve the public interests by
continuing work either in high school,,
ecliege or university. This is the
opinon frequently expressed by Pres-
ident Wilson and others high in an-
thority.
The world needs trained men and
women as never before. It is clearly
the duty of those who havethe op -
portu nty so to do, to continue their
studies so that if later called to serv-
ice, thoy may be fitted for service.
Furth:ermore, after the war is over,
large problems will confront us,
problems that will call for trained,
constructive ability of a high order.
For the great work of the future,
which will necessarily fall to the

WHAT'YS GIG
7 o'clock - El Ateneo Cervantes
meets in room 201, University hall.
7:30 o'clock -Christian Science so-
ciety meets in Newberry hall.
8 o'clock-Saginaw club holds elec-
tion of officers at the Union.
T0.310I1R() W
7:45 o'clock -- Cosmopolitan club
meets at the University hospital.
8 o'clock -- Episcopal students'
(dan(e in Harris hall.
7:15 o'clock-All prospective music
writers for the 1919 opera will please
report to the Michigan Union for a
short meeting.

youth of today, ample preparation given by Hobart guild at 8 o'
should be made. And then, too, we Friday evening in. Harris hall.
should never lose sight of the fact - -- -- -
that in an educated citizenship lies Watch The Daily Classified col
the safety of the repu-blic.-
Therefore I urge the young people
in our high schools, who have not
reached the minimum age fixed for, -
public service, to secure, if possible, --
r higher education notwithstanding =------ =-
present conditions.
Very sincerely yours, -
HARRY B. HUTCHINS,
President.
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Stare has
the. Agency for
N ETTLETON
SHOES
A make known thru-
out the world for
its true worth.
Wahr's Shoe toe
108 S. Main St.

tudents of the University of Michigan
id inspect our new line of very smart models in
Young Men's Top-coats
Young Men's Gabardines
Young Men's Suits

All
vited

U-NOTICE S
Episcopalian students are In-
to be present at a (lance to be

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Fire at Americans
The Germans are fearful of the
band of 'warriors in the Luneville
sector, for they again have increased
the rain of shells upon and behind
the American lines.
There still has been no resump-
tion of the battle in"Flanders and
Picardy where the British are fac-
ing the Germans, the enemy, howevcr,
is sending out violent bombardments
on the various sectors. On the Amiens
sector near Morlancourt, the Ger-
mans made an attempt to capture a
British position but were repelled.
Unofficial reports credit the Rus-
sians with a victory over the Turks
and Germans in the Karp district of
Trans-Cascasia. The enemy is re-
ported to be in retreat and Massacr-
ing the population.
SUBSTITUTES FOR WHEA T ARE
EXHIBITED IN Y. 1. C. A. GYM
Many different substitutes for wheat
were displayed at the food show held
in the gymnasium of the 'city Y. M.
C. A. yesterday, under the auspices
of the state food and drug comnns-
sion. This afternoon wheat substi-
tutes will be shown, with beans, salm-
on and rice loaf in the recipes. This
evening the demonstration of wheat-
less foods will be continued by Miss
Cydna Free, of Lansing. After this,
demonstrations in the use of oatmeal,
nut loaf, and mock sausage will be
given.
A minature army camp is exhibited
at one table, bringing to mind-the
need to conserve for the soldiers.
Another feature is the table of little
ones who are knitting for the sold-
iers and so doing their bit.
A lunch will be served each day aft-
er the demonstrations, being tendered
to the public at a minimum price.
This evening the University orches-
tra will play from 7 to 8 o'clock.
FRESHMAN GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
MAKES ITS FIRST APPEARANCE
The Freshman Girls' Glee club made
its first appearance on the campus
Tuesday evening. The girls, chaper-
oned by Miss Hollands, Miss Hunt
and Mrs. Nichols serenaded all of the
sorority houses and dormitor.ies in-
cluding the new Alumnae house.
A very warm reception was shown
the girls at the home of President and
Mrs. Harry B. Hutchins and at the
home of Prof. A. A. Stanley. The
president of the Glee club, Miss Es-
ther Hollands, entertained the mem-
bers at their home after the serenad-
ing.
MR. BROWN
Offers men and women highest
marketable prices for their old clothes,
Anything in the line of suits, over-
coats, shoes, one-piece di esses or shirt
waists he will take off your hands.
clothes. They are no good to you.
I can use them. You will get your
money's worth. No quibbling to buy
cheap. Their absolute value will be
paid. Men's and women's apparel
both., Call Mr. Claude Brown at 210
Hoover Ave. Phone 2601. lie will
gladly call at your residence.-Adv.
Dancing Friday nights at the Arm-
ory.-Adv.
Reliable Dealers Advertise in The
Michigan Daily.-Adv.

Broken Eye Glass Lenses ground in our own shop,
same day. Try our Service. Eyes Examined.
H AL L E(t. FULLER state Street Jewele
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