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MILITARY NEWS-
"A number of acting first sergeants
have absented themselves from for-
mations of their organizations with-
out leave," states the second R. 0. T.
C. order, which was issued from the
executive office last night. "In',the
future, all acting, as well as perma-
nently appointed officers and non-.
commissioned officers of this corps,
who find that it will be necessary for
them to be absent, will submit excuses
covering such absences. These ex-
cuses will be in writing, and will be
submitted to the record office before
the hour of the formation from which
it is expected to be absent."
More than 600 uniforms have been
issued to the cadets by Henry and
Company, according to a statement is-
sued last night. If the uniforms re-
quiring alterations are returned to
the makers they will be altered free
of charge. There is no other way for
the student to secure free alterations.
Where uniforms are evidently intend-
ed for someone else the case should
be called to the attention of the com-
mandant. No uniforms can be ex-
changed until all of the suits are dis-
tributed.
On account of Washington's birth-
day, there will be no drills or gymna-
sium classes Friday afternoon. The
advance or make-up classes Friday
night will also be postponed this
week. The company basketball games
have been postponed for the remain-
der of the week, and a playing sched-
ule, effective Monday night, will be
published later.
Prof. H. L. Wilgus spoke to the ca-
dets on "International Law" 'at 4:15
o'clock yesterday afternoon.
One Act Thriller
Scene-Opposite Hill auditorium.
Time-4:10 o'clock.
Characters -- Upperclassman and
frosh conversing before lecture.
F.-"I had a funny experience last
week end."
U.-"No, is that possible? What did'
you do?"
F.--"I went home last Saturday,
and looking through the attic I found
an old army overcoat. Thinking that
it would be all right to wear the coati
over the R. 0. T. C. uniform I wore it1

back. Two privates passed me on the
street in Detroit and saluted. Sever-
al blocks farther on, several more sa-
luted. They must have thought I was
an officer."
(One man was absent when the roll
call was taken.)
A general ,quiz will be held from
4:15 to 5 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
for the cadets, and after 5 o'clock it
will be limited to the non-commission-
ed officer's school.
William Sears, ex-'20, died several
days ago from pneumonia which had
developed into spinal meningitis, ac-
cording to information received by a
student in the University yesterday.
Sears was stationed at the ground
school at the Naval Aviation, Massa-
chussets Institute of Technology. He
served three years on a U. S. battle-
ship, and also served on a U. S. de-
stroyer and. a U. S. submarine. Until
his recent transfer to naval aviation
he had had charge of all boats at a
torpedo station on the-Atlantic coast.
Sears was a member of the Delta
Kappa Epsilon fraternity.
John E. Naylor, '19P, recently re-
ceived notice of the acceptance of his
application in the gas tank division
under Colonel Dewey. He is expect-
ing immediate orders for induction
into the service.
Dr. H.R. Hildebrandt, '15H, first
lieutenant in the medical reserve
corps, division of general surgery, has
received orders to report at Camp
Greenleaf, Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. The
yeai after his graduation from the
Homeopathic medical school he be-
came assistant to the department of
gynecology and obstetrics under Prof.
C. B. Kinyon. .
Fresh Zits Elect Athletic Manager
A fresh lit assembly was held at 9
o'clock yesterday morning in the old
auditorium of University hall. All
conflicting classes were dismissed by
Dean Effinger.
The first of the meeting was taken
up with the nomination and election
of track manager, baseball manager,
men's basketball manager, and wo-
men's basketball manager.
Prof. John C. Parker of the engi-
neering department, addressed the
class as to how the literary depart-
ment was concerned with the present
conflict.

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WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL OF NURSING
Nursing offers to women an oppor-
tunity for patriotic servicera splendid
preparation for life and a profession of
broad social usefulnrss.
Washington University gives arthree
years' course in Nursing. 'Theoretical
instruction is given in the University,
clinical instruction in the wards of the
Barnes and St. Louis Children's Hos-
pitals, Washington University Dispen-
sarv and Social Service Department.
Six months' credit is offered to appli-
cants havingan.. or B.S. degree
from this college.
Address inquiries to the Supt. of
Nurses, Barnes fhospital,oo South
Kingshighway, Sf, Louis, Mo.

WHAT'S GOING ON

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OUNCING

TODAY
12:35 o'clock -- Lenten services at
444 South State street.
9 o'clock-Membership dance at the
Michigan Union.
TOMORROW
3 o'clock-Prof. A. McLaughlin lec-
tures in Hill auditorium on "England
and" America -Their Common Tradi-
tions and Ideals."
9 o'clock---Crease dance at the Mich-
igan Union.
12:35-Mr. A. E. Wood gives Lenten
address at the Bible Chair house, 444
South State.
U-NOTICES.
.Tryouts for the Classical club play
will be held at 3 o'clock today, in room
101 University hall.
P'rof. F. N. Scott will not meet his
classes today.
Showgirls for "Let's Go!" will re-
hearse at 4 o'clock this afternoon in
the School of Music.
Male cast and chorus members of
"Let's Go!" will rehearse at 7:30
o'clock tonight in the School of Music.
Junior Play Choruses Begin Practice
Rehearsals have begun in earnestj
for the Junior girls' play. The namesI
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