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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1917.

R.MAN TO
LR LECTURE
English Department
"American and
eals" Today
erman, head of the
nt in the University
peak on ."American
," at 10:30 o'clock
om -203 Tappan hall.
ers who heard the
a Chicago earlier in
rize the talk as ex-
y it is being given
rnalism, although it
uraalistic lecture.
s written a number
e New York Nation,
ihuted to other mae-

AGE LIMIT SET FRp NEW NATLREHSERVE

DISCUSS AWA
MILITARY

Members of
Fiolle

Yale

Only men who on June 5, were under 21 years of age can be en-
rolled in the new naval reserve unit and continue their studies in
the University, according to the 2ew regulations received from the
navy department. About 100 have been enrolled to the present time.
Students who were 21 years or more on June 5 and desire to en-
roll in the naval reserve unit with the rating of apprentice seamen,
firemen third class, landsmen for electricians, radio men, or who
can qualify for the ground aviation school now being started at
the Great Lakes, may do so today at the naval recruiting station, 161
Griswold street, Detroit.
Those desirous of enrolling u.)der these conditions should meet
at 9:30 o'clock this morning at Cie D. U. R. station, Huron street.
The men will go in a body to the iecruiting office.

In view of the fact that
number of seniors are enli
being drafted there is some d:
among a few of the facult
whether or not a special deg
military distinction should
fered to all these men who a
fled in part for a degree. No
action has been taken on the
and the question has not yet
in the hands of a committee
At Yale a degree is given
iors whosleave tosentertthe
and whose work is up to
,when they enlist.

I

NAVAL AUXILIARY MEN
WILL NOT LEAVE YET

I1

106 FOURTH ORDNANCE
COURSE MEN GRAgDUATE

U. S. len
Killed

PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS CANI
BE ARRANGED LATER; COM-I
MISSIONS POSSIBLE
Men applied or applying for enroll-
ment in the naval auxiliary reserve
who will not be able to have their
physical examinations at once, may be
enrolled at the Union today subject
to a future physical examination, ac-
cording to a telegram received last
night from Lieut. J. H. Clark, enroll-
ing officer at Cleveland.
All men who are enrolled in the aux-
iliary reserve will be free from the
draft, provided they pass the physical
examination later.

GOVERNMENT ALLOWS 150
FIFTH TERM OUT OF
400 APPLICANTS

FORT

With the American Army it
Dec. 13.-A number of Ameri
way engineers have been k
German aero bombs in a tom
where behind the British fri
The bombs fell in a strE
town through which Amercia
were passing. Pieces of th
shattered the windows of a
which there were officers, si
them with glass bt injuring

of

100

fI1
I

ient will be reopened today
ion for Michigan students of
In order to assist in the en-
he main office at Cleveland
ed to send Mr. Ruschmeyer,
to Lieutenant Clark, here to
r H. Beach, '18E.
aeral opinion on the campus
naval auxiliary reserve mustl
ining immediately is erron-
e members of the naval aux-
erve, irrespective of age, will
alled to the colors at once.
ibers of the naval reserve
wever, over 21 years- of age
- service immediately.
er to a query if an auxiliary
could obtain a commission.
oleman, recruiting officer of
ated that any member of the
reserve with ability had an
opportunity for a commis-
thic Clinic Opens Dec. 20
nual clinic of the Homoeo-
ipital will be open to the stu-
the University beginning
The clinic, under the di-
Drs. G. I. Naylor, Theron
ans and D. W. Myers, is
to 'take care of eye, ear,
throat cases, abdominal and
>erations and gynecological
ie clinic hours from 8 to 5
re the same as conducted
by Dr. Hugh Beebe who is
e R. O. T. C.

r,
,

One hundred and six ordnance men
graduated from the fourth army stores
methods course, under Prof. J. A.
Bursley, yesterday afternoon. The
men will be sent by the government
to an arsenal, where they will receive
an additional six weeks training be-
fore entering active service in the
army.
More thar 400 applications have
been received by Professor Bursley
for admittance to the fifth ordnance
course, which will start on Jan. 5. Un-
der special dispensation the war de-
partment has granted the army stores
methods course in the University per-
mission to enlist 150 men in the class-
es. The next class will be the first
to contain the extra men.
Following is the list of graduates
from the fourth ordnance class. I
Paul 0. Avery, Three Rivers; Clar-
ence 0. Bahmiller, Dexter; Hal D.
Balyeat, Van Wert, 0.; Russell Basset,
Pontiac; Orlie H. Bates, Hillsdale;
Howard H. Battin, Marinette, Wis.;
Alpha J. Beaudette, Pontiac; Lewis R.
Bebout, Ann Arbor; Newton S. Be-
ment, Ann Arbor; Howard Bennett,
Port Huron; Samuel H. Brenner, Han-
cock; J. H. Brown, Detroit; T. K.
Bender, Grand Rapids.
Russell G. Chandler, Detroit; Ern-
est F. Carlson, Cadillac; Edgar M:
Catho, Detroit; Fiske S. Church,, Uti-
ca; Louis H. Cole, Detroit; Lloyd K.
Crippen, Jackson; Chase Crissey,
Caro; Charles C. Dubuar, Northville;
Henry C. Duffield, Detroit; Albert C.
Eberlein, Sebekuaing; Donald A. Eddy,
Hillsdale; Harry Eriksen, Manistique;
Clarence 0. Fellers, Detroit; James H.
C. Fitzsimons, Detroit; Charles
Fleishman, Detroit; Harmon A.
Fritch, Oxford; Clyde A. Fulton, Char-
lotte.
Jacob Gettleson, Detroit; William E.
Ghent, Ann Arbor; Don F. Gillette,
Hillsdale; Harry Goldman, Detroit;
Carl E. Gormsen, Gladstone; Emer-
son F. Greenman, Owosso; Forest G.
Hacker, Mount Clemens; Frank T.
Hall, Detroit; Samuel C. Henderson,
Omaha, Neb.; Reynold M. Hoffman,
Detroit; Maurice L. Holland, Lansing;
Nath W. Hopkins, Ypsilanti; William
A. Houser, Detroit: Lyle C. Howlett,
(Continued on Page Six)

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DECEMBER INLA'
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of the
Monday.
New Pi
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a "Letter to Rabela
Alroy, '18, has cai
the quaintness of
master, together w
and five short ess
Man department, a
featuring this issue
A number of Uni
sell copies of the
street Monday.

the

Prof. Stoner
Prof. W. G
school, and t
control of s
leave the Un
ing for Nash

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ssion follow-I
Junior Law Class To Hold Smoker]
Members. of the junior law class3
I by Marines will hold a pre-vacation smoker at{
ed men may, -7:30 o'clock Tuesday, Dec. 18, at the1
without per- Delta Theta Phi house, as a send-off
n, but they to the boys who are leaving to enter
isent. the army.

House Votes Contes
Washington, Dec.
day voted to give tV
ond Michigan distr
Roy Bacon, Republ
Beakes, Democrat,
returns showed Bei
but technical quest
regularities made it
the contest to the Y

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