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November 17, 1917 - Image 1

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The Michigan Daily, 1917-11-17

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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1917.

NT GONVENE
THLY MEETING
J. VINCENT VOLUNTEERS
TO FRANCE AS ASSIST-
ANT OF UNION

f TRANSACTS
BUSINESS ONLY

of Absence Granted;
ses Authorized; Degrees
Conferred

Pur-

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That

Varren J. Vincent, graduate of
ersity, has volunteered to go
:e, paying his own expenses,
to assist Prof. Charles B
member of the executive com-
the American University Un-
ad, was announced yesterday
n at the meeting of the hoard
ts.
egents attended to thQ cus-
uties. that present themselves
monthly meeting: those of
leaves of absence, recogniz-
to the University, authorizin:
s, granting degrees, and the
ve of Absence Granted
3 of absence of one year was
o Prof. Walter Pack.ard to al-
to enter the medical reserve
Dr. George Slocuni, his a:-
;vs placed in charge of the
4t of ophthalmology during

AMERICANS STOP
HUNS BY BARRAGE
Yankees In Front Trenches Saved
Front Attack By Guns of
Artillerymen
American Field Headquarters,
France, Nov. 16.-American artillery-
men planted a roaring barrage of
shells over the front of trenches held
,by American infantrymen early Thurs-
war activity short of general assault
Fighting in the American sector is
reaching a hot stage. Every sort of
war activity short o general assault
is being experienced in the front line
trenches.
Tuesday and Wednesday nights,
American patrol parties, scouting ov-
er No Man's Land, encountered Ger-
man reconnaissance units. There
were brief 'exchanges of shots in the
dark and the enemy fled.
Meanwhile, the enemy artillery nre
had been increasing steadily, Wednes-
day night reaching a crescendo. Then,
early in the morning, the Boohes sud-
denly loosed a spray of machine gun
'ire at communication trenches.
Send Up Flares
Alive to the fact that this meant
a raid, the Americans .sent up flares
lisclosing the Germans creeping on
the American trenches.
Word was flashed back from the
American commander of the men-
:ced trench section for a barrage.
The American artillerymen got the
.rder by telephone and bent to their
suns with top speed. Their battery

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sent a duplicate set, of
llection of minerals 'and
nt Lucius L. Hubbard also
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resented the University

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they fell thick and
would-be raiders. '
quickly retreated,
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tion at 8 o'clock tonig:
academy. Dancing an
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