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OCTOBER 2, 1917

igan Heads
,acs at Camp

By Phil Pack)
1 thought you

were

in

s the other boys are now
*~1f

more.,
u are sorry that you
and-
eed to wait for them
irse I am sorry that
lay for three months,
evedore from 5 A. M.
i had the other ten
elf for relaxation,-
charged. Yes, yes,-
; a night or two in
ht have made up for
life of a laborer-so
Uncle Sam thought
here I am, back at

out in
began,

time to get
wasn't it?"

.1 'em how I languish-
>ital, and then grew
I the tears begin to
ut telling 'em what a
1. And if I'm not a
ental wreck by that
ell, so long; see you
e fact that I war dis-
ect "developed in line
never regret the three
in the company of 107
men at Allentown, for
drive an ambulance,
,learned how to drill
and above eevrything
, little discipline; and
was not spent for
presentation at the
army ambulance en-
ndeed worthy of the?
i the work the Mich
oing is in proportion.
sun, they are working
king hard.
ours a day are given
ith first-aid lectures,
uction, and practical
field surgery in the
e boys, when they do
it, will be well pre-
," for this is the name
mbulance corps, are
t entirely of college

aid un? ersiti "St n" ontanna.
"Lee" ofilJ "r" x nd "t-
rolled up the w tning score "'ack"
Dumn ad "hrl" ehrcyr,'on&
about which winning nines an$ elev-
ens have been formed. Mici igan's
athletic supremacy at Allento5wn is
unquestioned.
And in the military end of it, Mich-
igan men are also coming ,to the
front. "Jack" Pardee, Glenn Coulter,
Karl Wehnmeyer, "Stan" Fontanna,
"Charlie" Weaver. "Hal" Louis and
"Bob" Goodrich are all slated for first
lieutenancies'.
Mr. Dan C. has also claimed a num-
ber of men In the three. sections, but,
because of 'wartime conditions, the
news Is largely censored. "Bob"
Goodrich, '17L, was married to Miss
Marian Sott, daughter of Prof. F. N.
Scott last month, and "Fighting 89,"'
of which Bob is sergeant, turned out
to a man to witness the ceremony',
and to enjoy the feed the sergeant
set up for the boys afterwards. "Char-
lie" Frisbie, '16, has received a com-
mission as batallion Interpreter, and
l'Freddie" Snook, "20, has transferred
to aviation. Blt, on the whole, the
sections have been kept pretty well
intact. "ee" Scofield was transfer-
red to the casual barracks as ser-
geant, and Howard Berkey and
"Brad" Braidfilc have both been frans-
ferred to the central department at
Chicago. The gaps in the sections
have 'been filled by Michigan men
wherever possible. Several boys from
the Universit of South Carolipa have
transferred to the Michigan sections.
Sectis 91. commanded by "Char-
lie" LaMarre, '18E, sailed from New
York harbor nearly a month ago on
the "Baltic," but were forced to put
to St. John's harbor in Halifax for
repairs, and were encamped there for
nearly two weeks. In this land of
snow and Ice they lived in shelter
tents 'with but two blankets apiece.
But a offiBial report ntw shows them
safely in France. ln
Sectlions 89, cOmmanded by Charles
Weaver, and Section 90, coandnded
by GBdn Ciuld er are still at Allen-
town, but hve received orders to be
ready to sail, and the Michigan boys
are asurely glad to be offg But wheth-
er these orders mean an Immediate

BECOMEUeSo CITIZENS
THOSE OF GERMAN PARENTAGE
SUBJECTED TO MORE RIGID
TESTS THAN OTHERS
San Juan, P. R., Oct. 1.-Eight
hundred and forty-one native sons of
alien parents have become citizens of
the United States in Porto Rico under
the provisions of the Jones Act since
the approval of that law and approx-
imately 200 Porto Ricans have re-
jected citizenship, according to the
best information available.
With Judge Hutchinson sitting as
special United States Judge until af-
ter midnight citizenship papers were
issued to 83' new citizens on the last
day fixed by law for becoming Amer-
ican citizens by a formal declaration
of purpose.
Aliens in Porto Rico from now on
may become citizens of the United
States under the general naturaliza-
tion laws. The Jones Act provided
,that sons of alien parents within- six
months of the approval of the Act
might make their declaration in the
Federal court and become citizens in-
stead of taking' out first papers and
then waiting for a period of years be-
fore the final papers could be granted.
A few petitioners of German par-
entage were subjected to a somewhat
more rigid test than applied to other
nationalities, and were required to
satisfy the court that they could con-
scientiously subscribe to the oath of
,allegiance without mental reservation
pr thought of evasion.
Few Enroll in Law School
Registration in the Law School of
the Univeristy received-a great slump
this year. The registration for last
year totaled 134 while those who have
registered this year only number 53.

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