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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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is that to be a soldier he must look a soldier-trim, smart,
set-up!

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St look successf a.

If you would attain success-you

A Stein Bloch

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Begin the Semester Right by Attending the
UPPER ROOM BIBLE CLASS,

444 South State Street

Every Saturday Evening at 7 o'clock.

Eastern Time

Sunday Classes at

9:30 and at 4 o'clock

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FACULTY MEN IN R.LOU.IC
NOT RIVALSOF CADETS
LIEUT. G. C. MULLEN SAYS IN-
STRUCTORS NOT COMPETING
WITH STUDENTS
Faculty men in the R. O. T. C. are
neither preventng prdmtions. nor
competing with the students in the
companies, according to a statenent
issued by Lieutent George C. VUllen
last night.
"At the present time they are only
acting as instructors, and are in an
entirely separate class, even to hav-
ing a different insignia or rank," stat-
ed Lieutenant Mullen. "The presence
of any number of faculty men in a
company will not prevent any worthy
student from receiving an appoint-
ment to an office. -
No Competition With Cadets
"There is no competition between
students and faculty for commissions
as officers. The ;same number cf
student officers will be appointed, re-
gardless of the number of-faculty men
serving in the two regiments."
The military department of the
University has delaped appointing
cadet officers because the importance
of the position of a cadet officer ne-
cessitates great care in the selection
of men for the positions, according to
an announcement issued by the R.
O. T. C. office last night. Lieutenant
Mullen requests all cadets to keep
this in nind.
Candidates Given Advice
"Candidates should be willing, not
only to work to gain the positions,
but work to hold them after they have
been appointed," said Acting Sergeant
Major C. F. Lambert, '19, yesterday.,
"It is also desired that the dignity
of these positions be maintained, and
to do this it is necessary that as few
demotions as possible be made. When
an appointment is made, it is hoped
that there will be no mistake and that
the appointee will be worthy and will
conduct himself in such a manner that
he will continue to hold his position
until promoted.
Promotions Raise Standards
. An appointment, when made, en-
titles the recipient to a position of
much higher respect and honor among
his fellow cadets. He will be a man
whose ability has been proven and
who has shown in himself a good ex-
ample of virtue, honor, patriotism,
and subordnation 'four cardinal
qualities in character which are nec-
essary ingredients in leadership."
Y . C. A. Notes
Sedond payments of the Students'
Friendship War fund are now pay-
able at room 5 of the law building.
Fees should be in as soon as possible.
The Y. M. C. A~ cabinet will meet at
11 o'clock today in room 415 Natural
Science building.
Mr. Harry Ward delivered a lecture,
"The Need of the New World," at 7:30
o'clock tonight at the First Methodist
church.
Lane hall will b opened shortly
after April 1, according to present
indications. The University Y. W. C.
A., as well as the men's organization,
will probably have its offices in this
building.
Shay-Morrll Engagement Announced
The engagement of Katheryn H.
Shay, ex-'18E, to Donald M. Morrill,

,18M, was announced Thursday even-
ing 'at a dinner given by Mrs. W. D.
Henderson for the Alpha Phi sorority,
of which Miss Shay is a member.
Morrill is a member of Nu Sigma Nu
and Kappa Sigma fraternities.
Cron, '17, Denies Being Commissioned
According to a news item from
Washington, Roland S. Cron, '17M, has
received a commission as first lieuten-
ant in the medical corps. Upon being
interviewed, Cron stated that he had
only been recommended for the com-
mission and had not as yet received
it. He is a member of Phi Rho Sigma
fraternity.
Dancing at Armory, Friday and Sat-
urday Nights-9 to 1 Eastern time.-
Adv.

SANITARY ENGINEERS
MAY 0TO FRANCE
TEN SPECIALISTS IN WATER AND
SEWAGE DISPOSAL MAY BE
SSENT OVERSEAS
Ten students, who are now special-
izing in sanitary engineering, will
probably accompany Major W. C.
Bowles, of the sanitation corps, on an
early mission to France. A telegram
has been received by Major W. C.
Hoad, formerly professor of sanitary
engineering in the University, asking
whether that number of students can
complete the course this month.
Twenty-five men ' are taking the
course, which would ordinarily not be
finished until late in May. The fol-
lowing men, however, have been
chosen or intensive training, and
will probably be ready to report to
Major Bowles upon his order before
March:
W. C. Brokway, '18E, Erie, Pa., D.
M. Drake, '18E, Ann Arbor, J. R.
Hill, '18E,--North East, Pa., T. C. Hill,
'17E, North East,Pa., E. R. Kendall,
'18E, Toledo, R. L. McNamee, '17E.
Ann Arbor, R. H. Speck, '18E, Ann
Arbor, G. C. Stucky, +ec., Saranac
Lake, N. Y., C. Van Eenenaam,
'18E, Zeeland, and H. C. Worfel, '17E,
Grand Rapids.
Men Specializing
These men are specializing in water
and sewage analysis, and sewage dis-
posal, also in rapid sand filtration,
and sterilization of water by different
processes. In this\ connection, the
students will be taken to Grand Rap-
ids, where they will be given some
training by.officials of that city in the
actual operation of a big city filtra-
tion plant.
The men enrolled in the sanitary
engineering course will enter the
sanitary section of the medical corps
as -sergeants.
SECOND SEMESTER LIT
ENROLLMENT EQUAL TO
THAT OF '17 MID-YEAR
Enrollment in the literary college
for the second semester equals the mid-
year matriculation of 1917-18. Eighty-
three new students have enrolled
this year, 64 of them being men, and
18 women. Last year the number was
84, with practically the same per-
centage of men and woen.
There have been many changes
from the professional schools to the
literary college. This is attributed toi
irregularities due to war conditions.
LOCAL RED CROSS STARTS
DRIVE FOR MONTHLY PLEDGES
Preparations for a house to house
canvass for the purpose of securing
monthly pledges in support of the loc-
al Red Cross, were made at a meet-
ing Thursday night in the auditorium
of the School of Music. Three hund-
red workers were present and se-
cured instructions. Horatio J. Abbott
postmaster of Ann Arbor, is at the
head of the movement.
The campaign is to begin at 2
o'clock tomorrow afternoon and will be
finished in about two hours. The can-
vass will be complete, inluding stu-
dent houses.
Kansas Woman Inspects Dormitories
Miss Corbin, a member of the faculty
at the University~of Kansas, spent yes-
terday in Ann Arbor inspecting the
two larger women's dormitories. Miss
Corbin is returning from the East

where she has been carrying on a sim-
ilar inspection, and from here she will
go to Wisconsin to continue the same
line of work. She is collecting materi-
al for her own university which is
planning to build dormitories for its
women students some time within the
near future.
Alice Gertrude Bassett Born Thursday
A daughter, Alice Gertrude, was
born Thursday to Mi- and Mrs. Ray
Bassett, 930 Forest avenue, both mem-
bers of the literary class of 1913.
Mrs. Bassett was formerly Miss Ruth
Burdsal.

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STATE REGISTRATION OF
WOMEN TO BE POSTPONED
Registration of the woman power of
534 for est Ave. Michigan has been postponed from
Opeftfor Buslvt ess °
Monday Morning Feb. 17th March 18 to April 6, which will be the
first anniversary of the entry of the
United States into the war. Gover-
BETSY BARBOUR DORMITORY ' nor Sleeper advised the delay bpcause
TO WAIT FOR LOWER PRICES of the bad weather conditions and
the consequent impassibility of roads
Betsy Barbour dormitory is not to throughout the state.
be built for-at least two years, because In preparation of the coming regis-
of the extent to which the war has tration, Mrs. Kate Wood Ray, of Gary,
forced up the cost of building mater- Indiana, will help organize units of
ials and labor. Bids turned in by var- the Women's Defense committee in
ious contractors were so high as* to certain -sections of the state. At the
be prohibitive. The building will event- time Illinois women registered for
ually be erected on the site now oc- war service, Mrs. Gary did organiza-
cupied by West hall. tion work in that state, her activities
being largely confined to pro-German
German Mine Explodes Near Pier sections.
Aberdeen, Scotland, Feb. 15-During
a violent gale at Rosehearty, near here, To Entertain Kalamazoo Normal ,Club
a German mine was washed against a Harry' Day will entertain the mem-
pier and exploded, killing seven and bers of the Kalamazoo Normal club
injuring 10. at 7:30 o'clock this evening at his
home at 1342 Volland street. A pro-
We can supply you with anything gram in the form of a "kid party" has
known to the wall paper or paint been arranged, and all former students
trade C. H. Major & Co. Phone 237. of Kalamazoo Normal are asked to be
-Adv. present.

Ingenious Major
Obtains Jlathtub
Paris, Feb., 15. - Bathrooms and
bathing facilities are a priceless lux-
ury in many of the small French towns
where American troops are billeted.
In consequence, hundreds of officers
and men are going without their cus-
tomary daily baths and some consid-
er themselves lucky if they can get
one hot bath a week. Shower baths
are being installed in some places but
the demand far exceeds the supply.
An artillery, major was recently bil-
leted in a small town which did not
possess a'single serviceable bathtub.
While supervising the transformation
of a barn into a billet, he came across
a bathtub filled with potatoes. He
learned that it had been brought there
just before the war by an Englishman,
who contemplated installing it in a
country home. The war interfered
with his plans and the tub was stored
in the barn. The owner of the barn
converted it into a storgae bin.
After some persuasion the major
bought the tub and had it cleaned
and set up up in his billet. Running
water was an impossibility but by
heating a large kettle full each morn-
ing the major has been able to obtain
sufficient hot water for his morning
bath. When the owner of the barn
learned that the major was taking a
bath each morning he commented on
the "funny ideas of those barbaric
Americans." Other American officers
in the same town have learned of the
major's discovery and the bathtub is
now working on a full-time war basis.
AUTOMOBILE GOES ON RAMPAGE;
DOES $50 DAMAGE TO GARAGE
Approximately $50 damage was done
to Marquardt's garage yesterday af-
,ernoon when a touring car belong-
ing to Mr. Samuel Schultz, 412 E..
Williams st. was accidientally started.
The car apparently had been left
in gear when placed in the garage.
When. the motor was started, it re-
versed itself and crashed through the
large double doors at the Maynard
street entrance. Although the doors
were demolished, the machine was
uninjured.
Everything new in wall paper is
represented in our stock. Phone 237.
C. H. Major & Co.-Adv.
Second-hand Books bought, sold or
exchanged at Water's University Book-
store.-Adv.

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