Sergt. Seabolt says that he think either the desirable men in Arm Arbo have forgotten the Maine, don't know the American ilag when they see it o e!se they imagino that Clancy's pavlng bricks are samples of hard tack. A least the applications for enlistmeri coming in very slow. So far only 1 men have passed the examination, and these, together vvith the 20 from Ypsi lanti who have been accepted, will b mustered in tomorrow. The following is the list of Ann Artior boys who hav joined the army to fill up Co. A' quota: Adam Bross, Sydney M. Bangs, A. M Green (student), John I. Flynn, Max Wittlinger, Otto Schwemen, É. B. Bar. croft, Edward Hoelzle, W. L. Kimrlie (student;, J. A. Perrin, A. Westranc (student), Albert Kline, Adolph Andrus V. J. Reilly, Willis Kent, E. Cender Theo Weinman.