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WAR DEPARTMENT ISSUES ORDER
FOR INCREASE IN
NUMBER
Major Ruben Peterson, M. D., is
completing the examination of the 143
men in the ordnance sorps under Ma-
jor J. A. Bursley, and immediately af-
ter the examinations, the army stores
methods men will be inducted into
the service. A furlough of six weeks
will be granted to the ordnance men
for them to complete the fifth course
in the University.
The present course is larger than
the four previous ones, due to a recent
order issued by the war department,
which enlarged the quota to 150.men.
Major Bursley stated yesterday that
the full quota of men would not be
put into the course, for the new stu-
dents would not be capable of making
up the back work without retarding
the new classes. Applications are now
being received for the next course
which will start in February. En-
rollment in the fifth course shows that
50 men are registered from Detroit,
while 25 come from other states and 9
from Grand Rapids. The following is
the list f the mei in the present
course:
Horace E. Alexander, Detroit; H.
0. Abernethy, Hickory, N. C.; C H.
Adams, Allegan; Louis A. Audretsch,
Detroit; R. A. Ayers, Detroit; David
R. Ballentine, '16, Detroit; C. Q. Bar-
on, Monroe; J. B. Bartch, Chelsea; E.
A. Beckley, Athens, 0.; C. P. Besan-
con, Detroit; Albert Birdsall, Grand
Rapids; E. J. Bollin, Detroit; '0. C.
Bowen, Detroit; J. F. Brownlee, Sagi-
naw; G. H. Buckner, Port Huron; E.
A. Burkee, Highland Park.
D. K. Callahan, Detroit; A. J. Cam-
pau, Detroit; W. S. Caswell, Birming-
ham; J. J. Cavanaugh, Detrot; L. L.
Cecil, Dayton, O.; J. W. Chamberlain,
Lincoln, Neb.; B. C. Chambers, Jeffer-
son, 0.; R. M. Clark, Detroit; Harry
F. Collins, Bataria, N. Y.; J. L. Collins,
Hudson; C. K. Crouse, Ironwood; H.
W. Cullen, Detroit; A. A. Darmstaet-
ter, Detroit; Edwin Deal, Detroit; C.
W. Dean, Detroit; William W. DeGolia,
Detroit; J. Kearn Denton, Detroit;
William C. Dudgeon, Detroit.
D. Ward Edwards, Ann Arbor,
George M. Ellis, Detroit; E. F. Em-
rich, Cleveland, O.; J. A. Findlay, Gil-
ford; A. P. Fiske, Kalamazoo; G. H.
Fraser, akeview; Guido B. Freder-
ick, Detroit; L. K. Friedman, Pitts-
burg, Pa.; H. Le Roy Frost, Detroit;
George F. Gallivar, Flint; Joseph Gold-
berg, Detroit; Gerald L. Goldsmit,
Pittsburg, Pa.; F. J. Gottwald, Jr.,
Duluth, Minn.; William J. Gray, Jr.,
Detroit; A. E. Gutman, Detroit.
Reed S. Hammond,. Chicago, Ill..;
Harry J. Hamel, Detroit; O. W. Hel-
sel, Pratt, Kans.; Joseph L. Hickey,
Detroit; Stanley J. Hiett, Toledo, 0.;
Harry V. Hogan, Detroit; Gordon H.
Idema, Grand Rapids; Raymond P.
Jones, Big Rapids; Fred J. Kerby,
Grosse Pointe Farms; J. Arthur Kerr,
Coldwater; R. J. Keifer, Monroe; H.
A. Kinch, Jackson; C. H. Kingery, San
Antonio, Tex.; Clyde L. Kingsbaker,
Pittsburg, Pa.; Frank E. Kirven, Cam-
den, 0.
H. M. La Boyteaux, Reading; A. C.
Landrigan, Detroit; John W. Lawson,
Grand Ledge; A. V. Lee, Jr., Detroit;
Frank L. Leonard, Cincinnati, 0.;
Archie R. Levine, Houghton; 0. P.
Luther, Kansas City, Mo.; Philip E.
Lyon, Cincinnati, 0.; George R. Mann,
Detroit; Robert Mannix, Greenville,
0.; E. W. Marquart, Detroit; Frank
Martin, Jr., Boise, Idaho; Glenn D.
Mathews, Ionia; Edward C. Meyer, Mt.
Clemens; George A. Miller, Saline;
Fay Morse, Copemish; W. N. Nowat,
Bay City.

H. L. Nelson, Detroit; C. R. Nyman,'
Ironwood; R. M. Parson, Ypsinanti;
Charles A. Patterson, Detroit; Edward
H. Penisten, Chillicothe, 0.; Wallace
Philbrick, Grand Rapids; Norman C.
Plessner, Saginaw; F. E. Quish, De-
troit; W. W. Raymond, Detroit; Ed-
mund A. Reeber, Detroit; L. M. Rich,
Cleveland, 0.; O. J. Robinson, Wayne:
Harold R. Rouland, Detroit; Clark
0. Rudesill, Charlotte; L. F. Runic-
man, Chelsea; B. T. Ryan, Toledo, 0.
Raymond K. St. Clair, St. Joseph;
Frank J. Scheel, Cleveland, 0.; Wal-
ter L. Schuett, Detroit; Herman Sco-

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FIRST CONCERT IN CITY
UNUSUAL PROGRAM OFFERED BY
WALTER DAMROSCH DI-
lECTOR
Under the directorship of Walter
Damrosch the New York Symphony
orchestra will make its first appear-
ance in Ann Arbor at 8 o'clock, East-
ern time, Wednesday evening, Jan. 16,
in Hill auditorium.
In the forty years of its existence,
the New York Symphony orchestra
has had but two conductors, Dr. Leo-
pold Damrosch, the founder, and his
son, Walter Damrosch, the present
conductor.
Three years ago Columbia universi-
ty conferred upon Mr. Damrosch the
degree of Doctor of Music. His musi-
cal education was received under his
father, Dr. Leopold Damrosch, Iten
Beekelmann, of New York, and the
German masters, Draeschke, and Dr.
Hans von Bulow.
The personnel of the orchestra
consisting of 90 men is made up of
musicians of the highest attainments,
each individual being among the best
that can be procured for his particu-
lar part. The sympathy existing be-
tween Walter Damrosch and his men
is uncommon. Together they have
made the Symphony society famous
throughout the United States as rep-
resenting the highest expression of
musical art, both in aspiration and
achievement. The orchestra has the
largest endowment received by any
symphony orchestra in the world, Mr.
Harry Harkness Flagler endowing the
society with $100,000 a year.
The following numbers will appear
on the program:
Overture "Oberon"..........Weber
Symphonie Francaise....... Dubois
1. Largo-Allegro.
2. Andantino.
3. Allegro vivo-scherrando.
4. Allegro con fuoco.
Cradle Song
Song of the Mosquito.......Liadow
Laideronnette, Empress of the
Statuettes,
Beauty and the Beast,
The Fairy Garden,
From the Suite "Mother Goose....
..... Ravel
Roumanian Rhapsody, No. 1, in .A....
.......... ........ Enesco

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ummer Bulletin Issued
lay and Friday when the
he College of Literature,
he Arts classify for the
er, they will be given an
on of the summer school
ining the courses to be
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Adelphl To Meet Tonight
Members of the Adelphi House of
Representatives will meet tonight in
the society rooms to elect officers for
the second semester. The closing ses-
sion of the Adelphi has proved to be
a notable one in the history of the
society. A large number of the old
memory of a member who lost his
called away to the service, and have
been replaced by new men. The pres-
ent officers of the society are Jacob
M. Braude, '18, speaker, Ralph Gault,
'19, ' clerk, A. J. Himmelhoch, '20,
treasurer, and Wilfred Nevue, '18, ser-
geant-at-arms.
field, Columbus, 0.; Fred A. Sellke,
Hawks; Harold Eepull, Detroit; Nath-
an Shapiro, Medford, Wis.; Claude E.
Sharp, Detroit; Arthur R. Sherk,
Grand Rapids; Willis W. Silkworth,
Jackson; James T. Sloan Centerville;
Robert H. Smith, Chicago, Ill.; M. W.
Snell, Detroit; Warren H. Snow, Grand
Rapids; Charles J. Sparks, Jackson;
E. J. peeshardt, Detroit; Jay G. Stan-
away, Negaunee; L. G. Stedman, De-
troit; Prescott Steele, -Onaway; Har-
old A. Steketee, Grand Rapids; Allison
R. Stone, Caro; E. Donovan Sweeney,
Detroit.
T. R. Taffee, Lansing; George C.
Thompson, Grand Rapids; Charles R.
Thorne, Detroit; J. Edward Tighe,
Plymouth; J. M. Toohey, Detroit; Law-
rence J. Toomey, Detroit; D.- H. Tud-
hope, North Hero, Vt.; Ray A. Tyrrill,
Reading; A. J. Van' Keppel, Cadillac.
H. B. Wagner, Toledo, 0.; E. B.
Walker, Detroit; Ward I. Waller, Che-
baygan; Thomas R. Watkins, Detroit;
J. R.. Weeks, Jackson; Arthur W.
Welch, Hudson; Raymond B. Wells,
Detroit; N. R. White, Grand Rapids;
Thomas, C. Whitehead, Detroit; L. D.
Wilde, Camden; Henry D. Wilson,
Grand Rapids; James J. Woods, Den-
ton; Amos F. Zuhlke, Lapeer.
Daily advertisers are first choice

Cadets trying out
the headquarters co
an oral examinatioi
at the R. 0. T. C. of
gymnasium.

Plitary Nelvs

Lieut. L. J. Williams will talk to
the members of the first regiment at
4:15 o'clock this afternoon in U-Hall
on "Combat, as Taken Up in Infantry
Drill Regulations.

The athletic and gymnastic program
for the first half of the second regi-
ment will be as follows:
Company A, buck and tumbling,
high jump, relay racing; company B,
wrestling, Basketball, vaulting bar,
rope climbing, sprinting; company C,{
relay racing, buck and tumbling, high
jump; company D, vaulting bar, rope
climbing, sprinting, wrestling, basket-
ball.

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Company basketball teams that were
scheduled to appear in Waterman
gymnasium Friday night will make
their initial appearance Wednesday.
The course and hours will be announc-
ed later. The program for the com-
pany teams tonight is as follows:
First regiment: 8 o'clock, court

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Fifteen manufacturing plants a
visited every Friday by the 143. m
in the fifth ordnance corps under M
jor J. -A. Bursley. The list of firms
as follows:
Packard Motor Car company, Hu
son Motor Car company, Park Dav
and company, Frederick Stearns coi
pany, Detroit Screw Works, Detrc
Lubricator company, Burroughs A
ding Machine company, Gammer Ma
ufacturing company, Burns Stove co,
pany, Gimplan Motor Truck compan
Kelsey Wheen company, Morgan ax
Wright company, Detroit Twist Dr
company and Michigan Stove cov
pany.

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