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FEB. 1 DATE OF ENTRANCE
INTO ACTIVE U. S. SERVICE
Six Months Practical Work on Trading
Vessels to be Program of
Training
Sixty-seven students of the Univer-
sity have beet accepted for the naval
auxiliary reserve, recently organized
on the campus by Luther Beach, '18E.
All have been regularly sworn' into
service by the recruiting officer at
Cleveland, and will report for active
duty at New York on Feb. 1, for the
six months' preliminary training
The men who have been accepted
are: Luther H. Beach, '18E; Edward
Daskam, grad.; B. F. Rosenthal, grad.;
T. N. Kampf, '21; G. R. Finzelj grad.;
E. L. Maloney, '20; Verne G. Eaegle,
'20P; Lynn A. Glover, '18; W. A.
Quinlan. '19; R. J. Mason, '18E; H.
R. Adrianse, '18; G. W. Duncan; B. J.
Scheinman, '18; S. L. Cohen, '18L;
Lester S. Hecht, '18L; S. G. Miller,
'21L; C. C. Corcoran. '18E; R. V.
Lamkin, '19L; H. G. Selby. '20; C. N.
Wimbles, '20; W. H. Ferguson, '19E;
R. T. Mann, '18E; J. E. Marson, '19E;
J. H. Levin, '20L; R. A. McIver, '19;
J. D. Menchofer; '18; N. M. Lincoln,
'20; E. S. Williams, '20E; N. H. Levine,
'19; E. L. Griffin, spec.; S. B. Rentsch,
'19; 0. M. Southard, '20; M. Y. Steck-
er; F. L. Puvogel, '20; H. Blumberg,
'18A; G. P. MacNichol, '21L; A. J.
Levine, '19L; R. N. Hoskin, '"0L; 0.
F. Ringsmith, '18E; W. Boice, '18E;
I. M. Mumford, '20L; R. D. Smith,
'19L; L. H. Bodman, '20E; G. C. For-
rester, '19; S. W. Golinski, '21E; C.
. Stenger, spec.; L. C. Leever, '19;
C. B. Pearson, '19; P. T. Smith, '19;
A. N. Clark, '18E; T. E. Phillips, '19L;
V. D. Waite, '18E; L. D. Larle, '19L;
L. W. Schoon, '18E; L. C. Doerr,
grad.; M. E. Anderson; C. H. Daley.
'20; W. Balgooyen, '18; M. R. Sulli-
v an; R. W. Nicholson; S. L. Cohen,
'18L; S. G. Weiner, 119E; D. H. Baad,
'0; C. G. Fuss, '19P; R. Habermann,
'20E,
COMMITTEE WANTS 20 JUNIOR
GIRLS' PLAY-LYRICS BY JAN. 3
Prof. John R. Brumm Will Coach 1918
Performances; Cast To Be Smaller
Than Last Year

TODAY
7:30 o'clock-Spanish club meets in
Lane hall.
7:30 o'clock-Adelphi debating so-
ciety meets in Adelphi rooms, Univer-
sity hall.
7:30 o'clock - Junior laws hold
smoker at Delta Theta Phi house.
U-NOTICE S
The Girls' Glee club will not re-
hearse this afternoon.
The" Illinois club special will leave
at 1:16 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
Tickets will be on sale until noon to-
morrow at the Union.
Mrilitary Nelvs
Capt. Thomas G. Holmes, M. R. C.,
Fort Wayne, will be at the University
Thursday to examine all the men who
have sent in applications for the third
officers' reserve training camp. All
men who are not examined on this
day, will not be given another chance
to take the physical examination.
Lieut. L. J. Williams addressed the
men in the R. 0. T. C. on the "Theory
of Target Practice," at 4:10 o'clock
yesterday afternoon in Hill auditor-
ium.
There will be no drill, athletic, or
drill program for the cadets Wednes-
day afternoon. Dr. George A. May,
director of Waterman gymnasium, re-
quests that all cadets who can make
up absent gymnasium work on Tues-
day and Wednesday afternoons, should
do so before the vacation holidays.
Company A, Second regiment, will
have buck and tumbling, relay; com-
pany b, voluntary exercise, wrestling;
company C, vaulting bar pole climbing,
and high jump; company D. relay, buck
and tumbling; company E, wrestling,
voluntary exercise, and company F,
rope climbing and high jump, vaulting
bar, at 4:10 o'clock this afternoon in
Waterman gymnasium under Dr.
George A. May.
The gymnasium will be open from
7 o'clock to 5 o'clock every day dur-
ing the holiday season, except Christ-
mas, New Years, and Sundays.
At 2 o'clock, Saturday afternoon,
Jan. 5, all managers of the company
basketball teams will meet in Dr.
George A. May's office in Waterman
gymnasium. The purpose of the
meeting is to formulate practice and
training schedules.

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Twenty lyrics suitable for the chos-
en scenario for the Junior Girls' play
must be in the hands of the commit-
tee by the end of the Christmas re-
cess.
The score will be published again
this year. The scenario and the name
of its author will not be revealed un-
til the play is produced, just preceed-
ing the spring recess. At least two
out of town performances are expect-
ed to be made.
Tryouts will be made soon after the
close of the Christmas vacation. There
will be a smaller cast than usual, but
each participant will have more work
to do.
Prof. John- R. Brumm discussed the
chosen scenario, which was read, and
offered suggestions for the lyrics and
music at a meeting of junior women
yesterday afternoon in Barbour gym-
nasium. Professor Brumm, who will
coach the play again this year, will be
in Ann Arbor during the holidays and
has offered to assist any who care to
come to him with their efforts. Lyrics
or questions concerning them may be
sent to Emily Powell, '19, chairman of
the committee. Her address will be
615 White Ave., Marion, Ind.
Catherine P. Achlen, '19M, Engaged
Colonel and Mrs. J. H. Achlen of
Nashville, Tenn., recently announced'
the engagement of their daughter,'
Catherine Parke Achlen, '19M, to Lieu-
tenant Thomas Hartwell Brown of the
United States Medical Reserve corps.
The wedding is to take place on
Christmas day at the home of the
} bride's parents.

ER PERMITS MARRIED.
rO JOIN NATIONAL ARMT Y
acArthur, Waco, Tex., Dec.
ed min may now enlist in
al army according to a bul-
ved here today from Sec-

conditions as single men.
The re-enlistment of 500 men dis-
charged from the Michigan forces last
summer because they had dependents
is expi^ted by officers here. Most of
the men discharged at that time were
border experts and will receive a roy-
al welcome upon their return to the
fighting forces.

"The teams will be given certain
hours of practice, and every member
on the teams will be required to re-
port promptly at the time schedule,"
stated Dr. May yesterday afternoon.
Second Lieut. Roger Birdsell, '17E,
who is now visiting friends in Ann
Arbor, has been detailed to Washing-
ton, D. C., where he will be stationed
in the ordnance department. Birdsell
expects to leave for the East Wednes-
day. He has been stationed at Ft.
Riley and Ft. Funston, Kans., since
graduating from the engineering
school last June.
Milburn R. Palin, '17, and Harry
Mann, '17, returned Sunday to the na-
val officers' school in the East. Palin
and Mann have been engaged in coast-
wise trade since leaving the Univer-
sity.
Lieut. Donald D. Duncanson, '13,
who was second baseman on the Var-
sity baseball team in 1912-13, was in
the city for one day last week. Dun-'
canson received his commission at
'Plattsburg.
James M. Taylor, '18, is expected to
return to Ann Arbor this morning.
Taylor enlisted in the ambulance ser-
vice just after war was declared on
Germany, and has been in active ser-
vice in France until a month ago. He
is a member of the Chi Psi fraternity.
'MEDICAL OFFICER TO EXAMINE
APPLICANTS FOR ThIRD CAMP
Capt. Thomas G. Holmes, M. R. C.,
of Fort Wayne, will arrive at the Uni-
versity Thursday to examine all stu-
dents who have sent in applications
for the third officers' training camp.
"This will be the last chance to en-
ter the third officers' training camp,"
stated Lieut. George C. Mullen yester-
day afternoon. "In case any student
does not undergo the examination,
Thursday, the possibility of entering
this camp will be doubtful."

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They have their own Refrigerating
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Katherine Smith, '18, Engaged
At a Christmas dinner last night at
the Alpha Phi house Katherine Smith,
'18, announced her engagement to
David Ingles of Petosky. Mr. Ingles
formerly attended Alma college but
is now teaching in northern Michi-
gan.
You will always find bargains in
Daily advertisements. Read them..

ThoYV" /3CST pnOoucr
Catholics To Have Service Flag
Bishop D. D. Kelly, of the Ann Ar-
bor diocese, recently ordered a large
service flag for St. Thomas' Catholic
church while at Camp Custer. The
60 stars which the flag will cotain,
will represent the young men of that
church who are now in the war ser-
vice of the country.
The flag is expected within a few
days, and will be hung over the rose
window in the front of the church.

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