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Michigan's faculty are responding
to the call for military service with
the traditional Michigan enthusiasm.
Professors and instructors from ev-
ery department have volunteered their
services, and many are now holding
responsible military positions. En-
listments among faculty men have
been regular since the beginning of
the year, and in both the Engineering
and Medical schools have caused
double work for the men still teach-
Nedical Men in Service
The medical school is represented
by the following faculty men: Major
V. C. Vaughan, surgeon general's,
office, Washington, D. C.; Major R.
Bishop Campbell, M.O.R.C., Camp Cus-
ter; Major 'W. C. Barker, M. 0. R. C.,
surgeon general's office; Major Reu-
ben Peterson, M. 0. R. C., Ann Arbor;
Major U. J. Wile, M. 0. R. C., England;
Major Nillis B. Foster, M. 0. R. C.,
Camp Meade; Captain Paul H. De-
Kruif, sanitary corps, Camp Ogle-
The following were instructors:-
Lieut. Fred P. Currier, M. 0. R. C.,
Grand Rapids unit; Lieut. William H.
Gordon, M. 0. R. C., France; Lieut.
Robert A. Hale, medical corps, Fort
Sevier, N. S.; Arnold Jacoby, navy;
Lieut. Rollan W. Kraft, M. O. R. C.,
expeditionary force; Lieut. Harold S.
Hulbert, medical corps, navy, Great
Lakes station; Lieut. Roy A. McGar-
ry, M. O. R. C., Camp Custer; Lieut,
Harry M. Malegan, M. O. R. C., Camp,
Custer; Robert J. Snider, R. A. M. C.,
mess, MacGregory barracks, England;
Lieuit. Louis D. Stern, M. 0.R. C.;
Lieut. William Levin, M. 0. R. C.,
Camp Riley, K a n s a.s; Lieut.
Edwin Scarboro, M. 0. R., C.
Camp Sherman, Ohio; Lieut. L. Laird,
M. 0. 'R. C., Camp Oglethorpe, Ga.;
Lieut. Russell R. Oldfield, M. 0. R. C.,
Lieut. George A. Treadgold, M. 0. R.
C., Fort Riley, Kansas; Lieut. L. B.
4(ingery, M. 0. R. C.
Engineering College Men
The former members of the faculty
of the engineering school now in the
service are as follows:
-Chemical: Col. A. W. White, Div-
ision T., office of chief of ordnance;
Major E. E. Warc, ordnance depart-
ment, Washington; Captain A. AE.
White, ordnance department, Wash-
ington; Captain John D. Rue,I
ordnance department, Washing-
ton; Captain Clare Upthegrove,
ordnance department, U. S. R.; Robert
C. Archer, signal corps; Samuel Tour,
U. S. R., infantry.,
First Baptist Church and Church of
Sermon at 10:30 by the Rev. J. Al.
Wells especially to young men on
"This Is Your Hour-Will You Make
Good?" Guild class meets at noon
at the Guild house, subject-"The
Question of Suffering." Guild meeting
at 6:30 in charge of Miss Huldah Ban-
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Sermon at 4 o'clock by the
Cyril B. Harris of St. Andrew's
copal church. i
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Second Baptist Church
Morning service at 10:30 with ser-
mon by the Rev. J. B. Pharr on the
subject, "Be Filled With the Spirit."
Evening service at 7:30 o'clock, cen-
tral standard time.
Sermon at 10:30 by the Rev. R. S
Loring on "The Open Door in Relig-
ion." The students' society will be
addressed at 6:30 o'clock by Prof. J.
F. Shepard on "Psychological Tests
in the Army."
First Church of Christ (Scle'htist)
Sermon at 10:30 on the subject,
"Mind." Testimonial meeting at 7:30
o'clock Wednesday evening.
St. Thomas' Roman Catholic Church.
Masses at 7, 8:30, 9:30, and
11:30 o'clock with sermon at 11:30 by
the Rev. Fr. Rottach on "The Trans-
figuration." Vespers at 7:30 with
Lenten sermon on "The -Trial and
Condemnation of Christ, the Model of
Christianity" by the Rev. Fr. Bourke.
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
Holy Communion at 8 o'clock.
Morning service at 10:30 with sermon
by Archdeacon Hastings. Confirma-
tion class for students at noon in the
Sermon at 10:30 by the Rev. Lloyd
C. Douglas on "Angelic Guards." Dr.
H. H. Cummings will speak to the
ladies ofs Mrs. Lloyd Douglas' class
on "The Health of the Community."
Class meets in the minister's study.
Plymouth Round Table will be ad-
dressed at 6:30 by Prof. E. C. God-
dard on "Kultur vs. Christianity."
"The Reality of God," subject of
sermon at 10:30 by the Rev. L. A.
Barrett. This will be the second of a
series of Lenten sermons. Young
People's meeting at 6:30, preceded by.
a social half-hour beginning at 6
First Methodist Church
The Rev. Dr. Howard A. Musser of
India will be the speaker at the ser-
vices at 10:30 o'clock and 7:30 o'clock.
Wesleyan Guild meeting at 6:30 will
also be addressed by Dr. Musser. Prof.
E. H. Kraus, dean of the Summer
School will address the Young Men's
class on "Our Scientifica Leadership."
Bethel A. M. E. Church
Sermon at 10:30 by the Rev. J. A.
Charleston on "Boldness With Chris-
tianity." Class meeting at 11:40 and
evening sermon at 7:30 on "Building
Broadway M. E. Church
Class meeting at 9:30 and evening
service at 7 o'clock. The Rev. O. F.
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The Ann Arbor high school basket-
ball team was defeated by the Pontiac
high school last even~ing in the local
high school gymnasium. The score
was 16 to 12.
Electrical wires were the cause of a
fire in the basement of the home of
E. R. Wightman, 535 Church street, at
2 o'clock yesterday morning. Very lit-1
tle damage was done.
ok after The sale of War Savings Stamps and
ientious Thrift Stamps conducted Friday by
the public schools resulted in receipts
of more than $1,400. The results by
W S schools is as follows:
Perry, $54.10; Bach, $100; Mack,
$47.75; Jones, $12.50; Donovan, $7.50;
Uey Tappan, $69.25; Eberbach, $50; Cen-
tral, $72.25; High, $140.75.
The hotels of the city are facing a
serious situation in the food problem,
1244-M and three of them have been forced
to close their dining rooms this week.
The Whitney Hotel is the only promi-
nent hotel in the city serving meals
to the traveling public. The dining
rooms have been closed indefinitely and
will not be open until the food situa-
Civil: Major W. S. Hood, medical
staff, Fort Oglethorpe, Ga.; Lieut. 0.
Al. McNiel, U. S. N., France.
Drawing: Lieut. M. J. Orbeck, R.
0. T. C., Camp Lee, Ga.; Sergeant J.
M. Nickelson, sanitary corps.
Electrical: Major A. H. Lovell,
engineering corps, Camp Custer; Cap-
tain H. S. Sheppard, signal corps, U.
S. A.; Lieut. Ward Davidson, engin-
eering corps, Camp Sheridan.
Engineering Mechanics: Captain F.
M. Menifie, ordnance department, N.
Y.; Ensign 0. W. Boston, U. S. A.
lMathematics: Captain Peter Feld,
ordnance department, Fort Hancock,:
Mechanical: Captain C. H. Fessen-
den, ordnance department; Major W.
T. Fishleigh, U. S. A., office of sur-
geon general, Washington; Major J.
A. Bursley, ordnance department,
Washington; Lieut. F. A. Mickle, ord-
nance reserve corps; Harold A. Hicks,
signal corps, U. S. A.; W. F. Gerhart,'
Surveying: Captain H. G. Rasch-
bacher, medical corps, Fort Ogle-
thorpe, Ga.; Lieut. R. G. Karchner,
Rockfeller institute; Lieut. B. Grant,
M..O. R. C.; Lieut. H. L. Kiem, M. O.
The law colege has two representa-
tives at the front: Captain W. Stoner,
sanitary corps, Washington, and Grov-
er Grismore, U. S. R., Camp Custer.
Co-eds at the University of Illinois
are now wearing the regulation drab
colored, brass buttoned coats with a
special military hat which give quite
a soldierly appearance.
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Considerable comment has been
made by the city officials here in re-
ard to the fight Detroit is making
against the raising of the telephone
rates. The local officials feel that if
the rates in Detroit are raised similar
action will be taken in Ann Arbor.
German M. E. Church
Sermon at 10:30 by the Rev.
Bau. No evening service.
WILLIAMS AND MAIN ST.
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Bethlehem Evangelical Lutheran -
Sermons in English at 9 o'clock and
in German at 10:45 by the Rev. G. A.
Neumann. Subject, "The Lord's
Prayer in Time of War." Young
People's league meets at 6:30, Central
Trinity English Lutheran Laurch
"The Victors and Victory," subject
of morning sermon at 10:30. Noon-
day Lenten service at 12:40 Monday
with sermon on "The Temple Tempta-
tion" by the Rev. Eugene Moore of
the First Methodist church of Ypsi-
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St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran
English Confirmation service at 9
o'clock and sermon in German at 10:30I
by the Rev. H. A. Brauer on "The .
Struggle of the Christian Against
Satan." Lenten services at 7:30
o'clock, Central Standard time.
Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church
Services in German at 10:30 and in
English at 7:30 o'clock. Lenten ser-
vices at 7:30 o'clock Monday evening.
Central standard time.
Seventh Day Adventist Church
Sermon at 7:30 o'clock on the sub-
ject, "Did God Make the Devil?" Song
service at 7:15 o'clock.
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Bible Chair House
Dr. T. M. Iden will spe
o'clock on "The Bible a:
This is one of a series of ti
general theme, "Some Sci
p of the Bible."
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Fraternity and S
Jewish Student Congregation
Rabbi Felix Levy of Chicago
address the meeting at 7 o'cloclk
the Bible Chair house, corner of S
and Jefferson streets.