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Routine work and speculation as to
the possible time of leaving for the
training ships are the only affairs
bothering the Seventh and Eighth di-
visions of the Michigan naval reserves
these days. The routine work consists
of a regular morning march to the
hills surrounding Barton pond or to
the boulevard where short but trying
skirmish drills are held. Afternoons
are taken up by lectures, signal drills,
and seamanship practice for the deck
and line men and by stoking practice
for the engineering division.
Last night the Eighth division held
a smoker and dance at the Union and
the Seventh will gather at the Pack-
ard academy for a dance tonight. Of-
ficers of the divisions hold some doubt
as to the success of the two dancing
parties on account of a soreness de-
veloped in the pedal extremities of
some of the reserves on their morning
REPORT FAVORABLY TO U. S.
SENATE ON SELECTIVE SYSTEM
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gard to their other responsibilities.
Men may come from the farm, or from
the mines, or from the factories, orl
centers of business who ought not to
come, but who ought to stand back of
the army in the field, and see that
they get everything that they need,
and that the people of the country are
c astained in the meantime.
"Selective draft, in short, has at its
heart this idea, that there is uni-
versal obligation to serve, and that a
public authority should choose those
upon whom the obligation of military
service shall rest, and also, in a sense,
select those who shall do the re-
mainder of the nation's work.
Provides for Volunteers
"If adopted, the bill will do more, I
believe, than any other single instru-
ment'ility to create impression of uni-
versal service in the army, and out of
it, and if properly administered, will
be a great source of stimulation.
Those who feel that we are turning
away altogether from the volunteer
prznwiple seem to forget that some
600.000 men will be needed to fill the
rank, of the regular army and the
natit.nal guard, and that a great field
of individual enthusiasm lays there
-, ide open.
"Cordially and sincerely yours,
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The chairman of the senior law so-
cial committee stated last night that
aside from adding some military
spirit to the arrangements, the war
preparations on the campus would not
change the original plans which were
made for the annual Crease dance to
be held a week from tonight at the
The tickets went on sale to the sen-
ior laws yesterday and will be opened
to the Law school at noon today at
the Union. If any remain after next
Monday morning they will be put on
sale to the campus. The number has
been limited to 100 and 25 remain un-
scld last night.
Chile Remains Neutral Until Overt Act
Washington, April 19.-The govern-
ment of Chile will continue its status
as a neutral until some overt act oc-
curs, although it is in hearty sympathy
with the United States, the Chilean
ambassador, Doctor Don Algunate
Bascuman, informally told Secretary
of State Lansing.
4 o'clock--W. W. Ellsworth speaks,
room 205 N. W.
4:15 o'clock-Prof. P. A. F. Appel-
boom speaks in room A Alumni Me-
morial hall on "Holland and Its Peo-
7:30 o'clock- Adelphi-Alpha Nu
fresh debate in Alpha Nu rooms.
8 o'clock-Deutscher Verein meet-
ing in Verein rooms.
8 o'clock-Hobart Guild dance in
2:30 o'clock-Catholic student dance
at Packard academy.
8 o'clock-Grad club dance in Bar-
8 o'clock-Mr. John Dewey lectures
in Natural Science auditorium on
"Education for Democracy."
There will be a rehearsal of "The
Merry Wives of Windsor" at 4 o'clock
today in University Hall.
Soph prom tickets will go on sale
at 2:30 o'clock today at the Union
There will be a meeting of the Ten-
nis club at 7:30 o'clock tonight in'
Plans will be discussed for a tourna-
ment and all entries must be present.
Soph and fresh engineers expecting
to enroll for military drill will report
at 4 o'clock today on Ferry field.
Freshmen meet under west end of cov-
ered grandstand and sophs at east
Soph engineers will meet at 11
o'clock today in room 348 Engineer-
The firs and third acts of the French
play will ehearse at 7:30 o'clock to-
night in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
All pre-medics report at 4:1 4o'clock
today in front of Medical building for
Soph hlits interested in military drill
will report at 4 o'clock today in front
of Waterman gymnasium.
All junior engineers interested in
military drill report at the corner of
South and East University streets at
4 o'clock today.
The following engineers are ordered
to report at 3 o'clock today in room
218 Engineering building to discuss
the formation of an engineering regi-
ment with Major Wilson: Seniors,
Anderson. Dieterich, and Frank;
juniors, Atwood and Montilius; sopho-
mores, Schermer and Schmook; fresh-
men,.Lowe and Cotton.
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the regular meeting of the Ann Arbor
Bird club in room 355 Natural Science
building on "Early Migrants." This
lecture was the second of a series on
the sanme subject.
Dancing classes and private lessons
at the Packard Academy. tf
Regular assembly at Armory Satur-
day night.-Adv. 19-20
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