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May 19, 1918 - Image 4

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Lieutenant Martin, of , the United
States marine corps stationed at De-
troit, has issued a call for a large
number of marines, according to ad-
vices. received here yesterday. This
branch of the service has recently been
re-opened and there is room for at
least 30,000 additional men. This
makes a vacancy of 1,800 officers and
they will be chosen from the newly
recruited marines.



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Responsibility of Avei
Rests Upon Bun.

non-resident member, Dr. W F.
Swann, physicist in the Bureau of
sub- Standards, detailed by the govern-
Holy ment for special work here; graduate
ience students-John A. Van -den Broek, en-
gineering;' Russel A. Dodge, engineer-
ing; Frederick W. Sullivan, chemis-
try; Joseph S. Richtig, chemistry;
Wor- Ida Sitler, biology; Susan M. Rambo,
mathematics; Henrietta Calhoun,
Sab- medicine and surgery; Frank N.
wor- Blanchard, zoology; James M. Cork,
Godphysics; J. S. Imes, physics; Frank J.
McGrath, physics; J. Edward Martin,

The men will be sent either to
Paris Island, S. C., or Mare Island,
Cal., where they -will be given a pre-
liminary training course of 10 weeks.
After this period of time they can then
choose the branch in the naval ser-
vice that they desire. No officers'
positions can be procurred until after
the seaman has completed the pre-
vious training of 10 weeks.
Physical examinations can be taken
in Detroit whenever the applicant de-
sires to take them. Eighteen years Is
the minimum age required. A large
number of men are also wanted in the
aviation branch of the navy. Addi-
tional information can be obtained
from Seward Cramer, or by calling
Special efforts are being made to
have the eptire cadet band of the Uni-
versity appear' Tuesday afternoon.
Captain Wilson of the band wishes
that all members of the cadet band be
on hand in their uniforms that they
might parade with the R. O. T. C.
This will be the first time that the
cadet hand has anneared as a com-

Tokio, May 18. - Warning tb
verse economic conditions may
op in Japan as a result of th
was given by the Japanese pr
Count Terauchi, in an address
ered recently before the annual
ing of the clearing house banks
sponsibility of averting a disas
said, rested upon the bankers
The premier remarked that t:
cessity of industrial independen
been vividly brought home to
in consequence of the war and
because of this that the gover
had introduced into the last ses:
the diet projects tending towar
achievement of this independer
Mr. Shoda, finance minister,
followed Count Terauchi, sai
the government in compiling th
mates for the current fiscal yea
the utmost attention to the per:
of the national defense. A proje
mapped out for the building c
battle-cruisers, three cruisers
75 other warships of all sorts a
tal cost equivalent to $150.250.0(


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Lmes H.

Nicholson, physics;r
hysics; George Ra-
Russell Wightman,
uates - George R.
.icine and surgery;
'18, medicine and
Stanton, '18, medi-
Dorothy Hall, '18,
Kranz, '18, chem-
, '18, physics; Mil-
mgineerilig; Ralph
.eering; Harold T.

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