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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGA
mey il La DLIEV I LELSW [1 all PL layer A nd rof. C. 0. Davis to A ddress Women important phases of the wars
r ery Will Lead T[[{ IG[ERSl lyrAn
SrIs"Maintaining Existing Standards of for women who have regist
Vext Year 's Five AD il IVTADnii Soldier Loses Eye -Education During the War," will be service in the line of patriotic
WIT IIY ~~~~~~Cthe tirt fn ,rrc ~ rffaLinP ana1n1cnilA

Red Kuhn, Former Chicago
Snapped With Towel
Scuffle
Dallas, Tex., April 1.-A

Catcher,
In
playful

Detroit, April 1.-Will the Detroit snapping of a heavy bath towel cost
Tigers abandon their slashing hit and Uncle Sam a good soldier and depriv-
run attack this season? That is the ed a promising catcher from partici- A
question. which is arising in the minds pating in any more baseball games. foa
of Detroit fans because of certain "Red" Kuhn, formerly of the Chi-
slatements which are credited to cago White Sox and later of the Coast ol e ei
"Wild Bill" Donovan, former man- league and star receiver for the Dal- TRADE MARK
ager of the Yankees and now coach- las Giants when they won the Texas TeeArEtMofK
ing the Tiger pichers. league pennant last year, was drafted These are wo of the
"Show me a club that uses the hit into the army last fall. He was glad
and run to any extent, and I will show to serve Uncle Sam. Along with sev- W you can get tht
you a club that invariably is in the eral thousand others he went to Camp Stratford
second division," said Donovan. He Travis at San Antonio and in a few ~ $1.00 and up
has gone on record as saying that Ed- weeks -the husky ball- player was
die Foster, of Washington, is the only transformed into a regular soldier and r 5AYfC a n vMad
real hit. an(l run batsman in the Am- made a corporal. $1.50 and up
erican league, and he also politely in- A few weeks ago he was lounging in each a fine pipe
formdl the Tiger sluggers that the the barracks when the troopers start- with sterling silver rum
Detroit club has not had an effective ed scuffling. One had a bath towel and vulcanite bit
hit and mrn man since "Dutch" Schae- with a long heavy fringe. "Red" said Leading' dealers it
for left. something and his companion snap- town carry a fill, as
Jennings, it is understood, agrees ped the towel, the fringe striking him Genuine sortmnent. Select you
with Donovan, except that he consid- in the right eye. The army surgeon French favorite style.
ers the hit and run play, used occa- found that the fringe had struck the B r i a r We.DEMUTH & C,
sionally as a surprise, of unquestioned pupil with enough force to destroy Now York
value. the sight permanently. Worl's Largest Pipe Manufacture
If the Tigers do give up this mode of Kuhn was given an honorable dis-
attqck, this season is likely to see a charge from the army. His sight was
decrease in the number of ninth in- gone and he was of no use as a fight-
ning rallies on the part of the Detroit er. Now he's back in Dallas. His
sluggers. This will be a great disap- baseball days are over, but he's not N O TICE
pointment to many old fans who al- disheartened.
ways expect to see the Tigers come "I'll come out alright," is the way MEN WHO ARE LEAVING FOR THE FRONT
through with some heavy stick work he expressed it. His home is in Cali- should have their eyes examined. Let us show you
in the ninth. fornia. the new army frames. They eliminate breakage.
ENAINE:RIS OVER 21 MAY STATE HEALTH DEPARTMENT
ENLIST IN RESERVE CORPS ADVISES KILLING OF FLIES R. C. FULLER, Optometrist-Optician
Engineers who have reached the age Swat the fly and drive away the With Haller & Fuller State Street Jewelers
of 21 years since June 5, 1917, will spreading of typhoid fever, a state-
be eligible for enlistment in the engin- ment from the state department of
eers' reserve corps, if the draft bill health advised yesterday. The de-
just passed by the senate becomes a partment paraphrased the maxim, "a
law, Secretary L. A. Hopkins of the swat in time will save nine million,"
Engineering college stated last night. and urges that the public kill as many
The senate bill provides for the regis- flies as possible, before they begin to
tration of all men who have become of lay their eggs. S UM
age since June 5. Since only stu- It has been estimated that one pair
dents who are subject to draft may of flies, beginning to lay eggs early in
apply for enlistment in the corps, men the spring, would by fall have des- FR ATERN IT IES
who have just become of age cannot cendants totalling -almost 200,000,-
now be enlisted. These men will, 000,000,000,000,000, or 200 quintillions,
however, become subject to draft if enough to bury the entire earth to a Arrange for Your
the pending bill is passed by the depth of 47 feet.
House, and will then be eligible for " The health department points out GROUP PHIOTOGRAPHS
enlistment in the reserves. that fly killing has 'been one of a
It is estimated that about 75 engin- number of necessary measures in Unsurpassed Accommodations
eers will be affected. typhoid prevention.
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