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December 07, 1917 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1917-12-07

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I

TOTAL
OF I

'EN MONT]
ES BIG IN-
R 1916
-American e
.in in Octob

170

Lt1LId 1 htI LI1ULU, IU rEm
MEDICAL STUDENTS ALREADY WE SUPPLY EVI
ENLISTED IN RESERVE
CORPS Sheehy
irst year medical and dental stu- Ann Arbor
ts may apply for enlistment in the
isted reserve corps of the medical
artment of the army after Dec. 15,
ording to the new ruling issued
the war department. To date 170
ical students, out of 206 who were
;ible for this corps, have enlisted. A RCA DI
. notice of the new government rul-
was received yesterday afternoon Phone 152-W

by

A
ing

by Dr. Char
tary of the '
office of the

of the

I

. f4

Gent

'or the t
October1
States wv

of the
duty.

to-

rts amount
,000,000 for
Exports ofI
-ere valued
ared with
en months
to $5,000,-
,000 for the
hat month,

after Dec. 15, will be placed in Class
five of the new registration on the
grounds that they are in the military
service of the United States, and will
be detailed to continue their studies
in the Medical school.
This ruling places the first year
medical and dental students on the
same footing as the upperclassmen in
these schools.
Men Subject to Call
Students enlisted in the enlisted
reserve corps of the medical depart-
ment of the army are subject to call
by the war department at any time
in case of an emergency.
A statement of the standing of each
student must be sent to the surgeon
general twice a/ year by the dean of
the school in which he is enrolled,
according to the rules under which the
enlistments are made.
In case the student is not keeping
up his work or fails to pass with his
class, he will be called into active

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and
per-

elvs
iletic and
three will
r the week
regiment,
tary exer-
man gym-
0 o'clock;
and high
ar and re-

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to C
ural
and

company lM,
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7:,
llen will de.- scen
ilitary Train- esin
8 o'clock to- Cas'
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in c:
TO SPEAK 7:

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odist
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service
year.

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at Chattanoi
nday evenin
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cuss Means of Unifying Roads
ashington, Dec. 6.-Means of uni-
g the railroads as declared neces-
y for the war by the interstate
merce commision were discussed'
.y at conferences between Presi-
t Wilson and three members of the
mission, Secretary McAdoo, and

street.
Kalamazoo Normal club
at 7:30 o'clock tonight in La
Foresters Enter Governmen
J. M. Bacon, '18, and A.
betsch, '18, both of the foresi
ment, have joined the fores
ion of the 20th engineering
This division, which is not
cruited to its full strength, i;
of foresters and lumberjack:
der to join it as foresters I
had to be recommended by
of the forestry department of
versity.

ite coal will

d, to fill t
,d May,
:nut coal
id stove

is-
nt.
re-
up
or-c

ton,
The
over
of ti

lhe

of

e necessary in some
re there may not be
er of lawyers to act
.bers, to utilize ser-
t laymen as such."I

of c

ON FIREI

of railroad operation must be effected
speedily either through government
operation or government support.
Grand Trunk Train Kills Two
Lansing, Mich, Dec. 6,-Frank J.
Champe, a farmer living north of East
Lansing, and Roy Wilmworth, were in-
stantly killed when struck by a west
bound passenger train near Trow-
bridge.
Soldiers To Receive Christmas Cake
New York, Dec. 6.-A Christmas
cake four feet in diameter, one foot
high and weighing 360 pounds will be
sent to American soldiers and sailors
in and around Paris. The cake is the

Comedy Club May Give Student Play
Instead of "Miss Hobbs," original 1
choice, the Comedy club may present
an original play, written especially
for the club. Prof. Louis A. Strauss
of the English department is now re- 1
viewing the student play and if it 1
meets his approval it will be present- r
ed by members of the club soon after '
Christmas.
I Give Sor

of their h
s until the

in
ed

Useful Gifts for Christmas -

M

a wealthy Am
the Daily

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