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The Wolverine, 1915-07-10

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THlE WOLVERINE

Orpheum Theatre
The ose o f Fsams lays by Fasss
Players.
July io, Sat,-"A Child of God."
July 2-13-14, Maa.-T"e.-Wcii.-. Mary
P'ickford as "Fie iesalae CricketC"
Majestic Theatre
PRESENTS THE FAMOUS PLAYERS
PROGRAMME
Sat. July as-MARY' PICK ORD in
THE EAGLEV'S MATE+.
Sun. July CI - THE, BLUR MOUSE,
MADGE LEI"SSI:NG.
Sundayontosshow z pim.tio aIn
ALL SEATS 10 CENTS

THE WOLVERIINE
IisT.evofficial studet 1espaper for
t1 UlIih el llyiii ofMichiganiSummeni Unitarian Church
; cSsioIC.PubiCsheCd by the students on St-ite andl] huron ts
Tuesday, Thursday andl Saturday at-
ternoonals. Twenty-live issues. E tII,,daCc C 'C C
a____ _ tia,C Science and the Prableis at' E+vil,
Subscriptiala rates---By carrier, sev-
enty-Eive cents tar the summuer; by ite'v. It. S. Loring.SapraCCCscolo
nailed to say address tar oneadol- by Miss Stevens ad Vialin solo by

SUMMER SCHOOL
New and Second=Eland
Drawing Instruments, Loose=Leaf Note Books
Student Supplies in General
UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE

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Arcade Theatre
SHOWS: AFTERNOONS 4:00: EYE. 6:15;1:45; 9:11
Sal. Jalyio C-CII.s CLII' CHAPLIN i
"Caughtin C a Cab~aret." AlsCMargaret
Wysiherly iCs "THE 1IH~iT" Cby ihe
Authsor at "Within tles Lass.''
Temple Theatre
ADMISSION 5c.
except Friday and Satur'day)
Sat. July is-"The Lad~y oathe CSnos','
by Mrs. C'arteHarriason (WithC lIns
Maya).
Next Wek-"The Ch~am~pian," CCCa.
Chaplin.
Men desiring experience in
practical journalism are urged
to tryout for The Wolverine
staff. Those wile intentd to work
011n the editorial side should get
ia touch withi the managing edi- '
tor, while those interested in the
* business end should report to
*the business msanager. Tryouts:
will continue fotr isMeek, aftera
*which staff appointmsents will bea
*made.
LOST-Lady's silver watch tengravedl
C. B. W. on back), between E. Madi-
son St., and Physical Labaratory,
fob and trinkits attacised. Reward.
Mrs. Wenley, 509 E. Madisoan. 6-S
N. F. ALIEN'S RED 'lAG, CLOTIlNG5
SALE
Nose on-All Clotihing at greatly' re-
dosed prices. N. F. ALLEN CO. Al,
or new location, 211 Sa. Main St. t
BOOKS,
Law & Medical
NEW AND SECOND HAND
Complete line
Text Books
Laboratory Books
Reference Books
Dictionaries
Conmpends, etc.
Cash or exchange for your
old Books

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ACdvertiing raltes--Furnisised upan ap-
plicatisui to he busines manager.
Subscriptions and ads taken at Quar-
ry's, Cushing's anCd South Univer-
sity Ptharniasy.
OffiC iCe ous~: Mlaaging editsr, 2:05
to 3:005 daily; business manager,
1:00 Ia 2:00 daily, Phone 9EE or
2414.
Address, The Wlverine, Press Build-
ing, Maynard St., Ann Arbor.
Hlosard R. Marsh-Managing Editor
Pisoae-2414-1502
Ferris Id. Fitchlosiness Manager
Phone 90-236
CantribtingsiCE Eitrs--.RM~ne
F. . Church
Asst. to manaager... William . Hgai
lIsse Editors
Fri'ierii'k A. Kantn
Dwsigt W. JeninglCs
Rleporers
j hit 'ark
Wiard i'etersona
S. IH. Springsu
Nataanie lhaimpsonC
Bruce Scwaney
David Essenthal
SATIURDAY, JUDY 14I, I9l5
Issue Editor........F. A. Mlann
t'LAY IBALI!
Wh'ati are you gisig to Ia the Sat-
CCrda~y afternoionis thiiasisnmer, wcena
it is.toa lat to study and toa close
In goC to the "muoies," and your sys-
tomCCcraves exercicC'? Thse uter-
nooin s will seem tieernallty tang, and
Anti Arbor wiii be as vdesd as that
graseyardi iat' thom~eWhat are yaii
goin~g isi ds?
O)1CC'oodsaCInIIswCiroccurstSCitsi. I
sugestved iself yesterdasy afternoon.
Tserse as a balamgie at Ferry field,
lthe opeing gasie at the Vaatiais
segie. it sas a gd game, espeial
ly tr the firt ne 01' te seasa, and
weci anme assay. ssel sCtisied tr ta-
ing' sC'C'uit. Tsere we rC'enouh oln
eon hand is. motley un~-unifrin garb to
make up vswa teamis, ad leave a ews
o'er. TlherieswerC' asa a febleach-
iCrites.
It seeams to us that thsose as the
blsarhers lhadias mCch afN as lthse
iwhiaplay'A. 'lisy'scrainy ejoyes
thCC umii~prig. SOP tik that they,
tCo ,cere glad fit they ladswalkd
sowsn to Ferry fiel, had sat out las
lie asaand iroateilfor teir favr-
ies,awiethier theiy knewis'thenm r-nt.
'They ccee the oaies ciha suggested
the answer to us, Cd left it fr us to
suigget it tiC youis. Whyidont YOU
tulesa handiuin athe ball gumes this
siumimCr? If' you ilay, or eer plaayed,
tit oui sm" ennis',shoes ad turn
oit for your teama; they'll prbaby
neediyau befire thii suismner is ver.
If you ion't play, take a haaad lan the
gaile anyay ). Co uowanad it n
itii softest board oni theosunaiet

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bleacher; forget your lessans and your
buard bill, jain the great army of the
"withouit-a-care." It silt be seorth
wehile.
Play' ball! iathibsbleachirs, iir oas
the field, play ball!
''ilt, PD'fTEN'liA I I it iIGCANIIE.
flune sitthe tiiggest Iseritagic ii'e
haiidi'didossni throsigh tarsuccreedting
class's atfItichigan, is theievusrilista
spiirit at loyally that binds siiidirg'rud-
Cal C, atlumnusiiiid inivsity iiito 0oCc
uiifiieid ishate. Its best kvnoiss's iude is
chiwinsa iovria'atltlraicoti'cts, and in i
the 'fflailsaf iiiidiviialssaid virgisn-
izatians tossard thse aebieveamenit sita
isare perfrct unity', bait the ramaifira-
tiaois of this spirit ran be Iared ilso
every phase of activity that taurus
the university either diretly or ini-
diriectly.
'lust is, except one, ad that ione is
ciimmer school.
Miechigain has caiie inito tier great-
aivss largely' through tier abiity to
assimilte the limge portionl if sin-
detnts 'abshase poured into AniniArt-
liar from far counitries, and~ friiolothe
seats of learnlig. Anid it seas minlly
through this all-.pervading spirit that
this slows process of asciiltioni has
takenCl iace. Inisuimamer schlao w-i
eer, there is a notieeable tack at rI.-
fart on the hurt 51fmaive Itirhig anit-
era to keep alice thivswork. The ini-
tiative must coime froii us, iCCtis
reaci'nig olt far news blood. 'The
burdenl of proof is osii s to shoiiv iii'e
csmmer visitors thaul Michigan is ini
the: frionilrasnkCof universities.
Buct ice cani nes'er dii it bsytianging
onI to that cliqueishiness, ini the class-
roiiiiian uital, wichti'aisec a ilcl-
aiaiiitabte barrier betseena the nails
s01 andiiithe ovtlanduuei'
Th'is colsun, Cont'inting ne'os of in-
terest to un1iversity women, will alp-
pear in eachs issue of Thte'Wotlverine.
nnsounseemsents to he ma~de in it shsould
be phonted to Frances Htogan, 5194J.

New Patterns and WeaVes
wCotmisi tt attCl examineirthese fabrics
clusely. 'Thiir apperanicse is all rightl,
jivat we wvant you to actually lay hiaids son
' them. Tue valaue is nastl excellsnt, and
os ake you a suit at a reasonable price
t foman y piess you slest.
- 1i~l s ' fir- Palm Reach Suits made toMeasur"z
l _ - $10.00 up

:'vlsc Strule of the SihlsaofalMuasic.

For Table Supplies- Wholesale and Retail
114-116 E. Washington St. Phone 326

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IIEPA ITEN OF1'OlRA'ITOIY 1T)
'wo sea iiys iilltbeipretiniited duiring
lie summe~iCr secsion biy' the Shakeis-
plearianlireanig clrsscof thie vdipart-
menP~t of oratory. 'The first to be pre-
siented wiii be Shiakespeare's comedy,,

llit XI'S 14)11i.111t11 SI 115 tE('ORIl)
Literary C'olle'ge ,StillreasOthers;
laws ad tng'inaeerinsgShow
I iecrentse
Summiir schooul enro'liei'lt conitin-

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"Mtuh Aio About Nothings." Lterli'r ) ues ta incrrease,13' stiadetsohavinig
the sessionnen of Shakespeare's trage- reeistered ths. past tunee days, bring-
sties is ill alco be presented, but it hasingtettluss 14.Ti s5
sat bes'ii deinitely dieideid yet swhichmtrethnttaeuptoal64t.the'hna is 18
one i, to b seleced. Th d see an sicodseek of registration last year,
plars's of piresentlationl ciii be 511 anid more than the geuaud total of any
nouned lter.suammer session at Michigan.
These pltays wehich are pirescnted by 'the literalry rollege is still in the
tie aratory dephartmein t eeery summiuer head, and also shiows the greatest in-
fui fr 1111111th t Ciii' iinte~Cresingilin- crease iCC registration over previoos
ti'rlliuaelliu the suimner program. years. Tithers is a decrease of 22, how-
ovr ntz efracs hyever, us this'lawusschool, and 21 in the
rlaims tih' iappreirationi of their avid-enierg;clg.
iencs. o carg is adeforadms- 'rafessar 1". Ii. Erasus, dean of the
sion to these pitys, their production sunimer sessionu, stated yesterday that
beiag pusrt nof th' regsilar weork at the lie expectedisewsetsudeunts seould be
oratary depa'tm~llenth. eosing in intilthfle eud of the session,
as0 maiiy teachers are taking Cadantage
"age r eat to .tryaouIt;sar Wialserine nf the oppartunuity altered to review
Althugha tetatve taffof he nd attend thse excetlenut lectures oh-.
tt'slc 's cc s ' lets es 'terday, liii'fared this silummerl. The is gures for
editrs nnoncethataddtios t itthe uariouus rolleges anld schoosaare:
cilt be maude is soiin as ties'umeni literary colleee, 719; college of engi-
iluatify. Seviral misre meo n both neering, 230; graduate school, 252;
Ills' miuoituihhuisesase fhi iedical school, 149; lace school, 175;
ticeoushl be placesd, and men its- o hray 8
siringk soums experience iti practical college o hauay 8
joiurna:lismii 'r"eurged to repoart to thus
cuhuhirs.REQ. I. C. 1)O1'PlA TO DELIVER
SUMMER SERMON LECTURES
.Xiiit Comma (itttteehe laaces Six
Dluritui;hss.ast wseek thei'followinug In a series of four sernmon-lectores,
sudients haves'secaredh feacthiang po- Rev. L. t'. Douglas weill speak on the
tions for uext ycar throughi the ap subject, "IamperiatlLiving." iMr. Boug-
luiiutiii'ut comamsittee of the univer- lai has very recently takcen op the
city: F'lorence Tiixsan, scrieuce at pastorate of the church, and is to give
Eamton RIids;. Gertrumdae 'anderhonof, this series sf lectures especially for
depaCrtmental ciork at Saginase; Floyd the itudeuta of the summer session.
Craweford, aaperintendenit at Three The first of these sermons will be
Itiscra, Edwiardt Abell, superintenudenut given next Suniday moarning and the
at Munmisig; aid Charles Greiner, others will follow at iutervals of one
chsemistry at Orchard Lake. week.
- ___The subjects are as follows:
Bible Cltass fnr Suummer Students at July 11-"Poise-'fle Babit of Self-
11:SS Cnoonmouirrow at the Presby- Bnminance."
tcrian tChurchm. 'raf. 'T'masaE., Ran- July 1S-" Preparidness - Equipped
ksin ccitt speat. For Enmergeancies."
-_-. .-. July 25-"lease--Insured Against Un-
Pleasuing and artistie portraits nmade rest."
ct Hoppe's Stumdio auytimie. 6t9 E. August 1--"P'rospe'rity -uImmuns From
~ibierty. If j Po'verty."

Tlhree h~unsdred andstfifty-eightseoul-
s's ire registeredin timlieuliiesrity
far Clue sium'rsiessionm. Althomugh the
smujority of this numiber are eurolled
in thie literary departmenut, there are
mo~re s'omeniniiithus Isve01and medical
schoolas thain ever befori'. Tlhere is
also aim suusually large enriollmmenmt in
thai graduate school cehich has 7f0
wo'inustudents.
Mlany of thu saumsmer school studenuts
ire tuaking adveantage of the opptortuni-
ties ofafired by time*Woumen's Le'ague to
aoeet other ceomen studeants. Loth of
the parties wshich thC League his
givenm thiSsvummer havee been swell at-
ts.'ided sild there are many nae mem-
be~rs, making a totatlumeuubersbiu of
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