The House of Famous Plays by Famous
J"ly 27, T'esay- Bianche weet in
July 28, Wednesday - Marguerite Clark
in "Gretua Green" (rebooke)
Jely 29-,;0, Thurs.-Fri.-Ina Claire in
"The Wild Goose Chase" (comedy),
T H E W O LVE R IN E hurry to a train in a taxi, and our
head is banged against the top of the
car as we jump from bump to bump.
The official student newspaper for And then we think of those who con-
the University of Michigan summer tnare onveniencedwhy tile
session. Published by the students on
j0d0.Phihdh h tdnso policy of Am Arhor's politicians.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday af- Have you slippr'spcitcfanso
ternoons. Twenty-five issues. Have you slipped, city fathers, or
have you a reason?
Subscription rates-By carrier, sev-
enty-five cents for the summer;
mailed to any address for one dol-
Advertising rates--Furnished upon ap-
plication to the husiness manager. Since the Newberry residence has
Subscriptions and ads taken at Quar- opened, classes in the second floor
ry's, Cushing's and University Ave- of West hall have been popular.
Office Hours: Managing editor, 2:00 Are you coming to summer school
to 3:00 daily; business manager, next rainy season?'
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Summer School Text Books
Beale's Crimminal Pleading and Practice
Mickell's Cases in Criminal Procedure
Hall's Cases Constitutional Law
Wigmore's Cases in Evidence
Ame's Cases on Equity
WA H R S
PRESENTS THE FAMOUS PLAYERS
Tuesday, July 27-Carlye elack well in
W edday, Juy y28 - Jae Grey in "ittle
Gray Lad~y," and Pathe Nes.
Thursday, July 29-"Pride of Jenniros"
Faous 'lsyers, ad CIas. Cliapl nin
Mbable's Busy' Day."
(except Friday and Saturday)
Tuesday, July 27 - "Aiuushed," with
Francis X. Bushman.
Wednesday, July 28 - "Maid of tle
Mountain," with Louise Dale.
SNOWS:AFTERNOONS 4;00: EVE. 6:15; 7:45; 9:15
Tuesday, July 27-wILTON LACKAYE
and Gail Kane in "THE PIT," a five-
part Brady feature. Also CHARIIE
CIAPLIN in "Twenty Minutes of
wrnesday, July 28-ROBT. WARWICK
is "'lhs iace in th~e Msailiglhi." A
remarkable five-part feature
Thurs., July 29-THOMAS Jb:55B5050N
asd ADIh,aIllikTHUtRSTON ini "lbs
Shadow of aGirat.City." A gripping
dramticpl sal i tarts.
Address, The Wolverine, Press Build-
ing, Maynard St., Ann Arbor.
toward R. Marsh--Managing Editor
Ferris R. Litch--Business Manager
F. F. McKinney
F. M. Church
Assistant to Business Manager-
William H. logan
Dwight W. Jennings
- Nathaniel Thompson
C. W. Lemmon
TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1915.
HONOR SYSTEM SUCCESS
IN WESTERN PRISON
-Headline, Detroit News-Tribune.
Headline, Michigan Daily.
Forcing us to believe in the power
"The stadium is very melancholy."
"Keeps all the spectators in tiers."
Dictographed at the Union Dance
"See the stain my flowers have made
on your shirt front! You aren't angry
tAo"Ike" begins to play), "I shall
certainly hold it against you."
Ekeing Out an Existence
Delbert Eek was in debt. He owed
everyone in college, and all but one
merchant. That merchant refused to
sell Delbert except for s. c.
Delbert wrote home to his father for
money. Delbert was always doing
that. That was the only sort of letter
Delbert knew how to write.
Mr. Eek read Del's letter through
carefully and went down to the bank
"Make out a draft for seven hundred
dollars and sixty-two Vents payable to
imy son Delbert," said he.
Then he wrapped the draft up in the
"My Darling Child:
"I am remorseful that- I ain't sent
you all what you hev asked fer here-
tofer, and am enclosing a little gift.
You asked me fer four hundred iron
men, but please, dear son, take the
extry three hundred dollars and sixty-
two cents and forgive your broken-
(Sigied)r"ISAAC T. P. EEK."
Young Eek received the letter and
tears rolled up and down his cheeks.
Dear old dad. Precious old pop. He
sat down and wrote as follows:
"My Dear Father:
"Your kindness has overcome me,
and I cannot tell you how I appreciate
yourbounty. Dit, dearfatler, I muat
return the three huiidred dollars and
sixty-two cents. The four hundred
amply covered my indebtedness, and
it wouldhemere waste to spend more.
Please put itthack in the hank.
Your undeserving soil.
WOLVES STAGE RECORD
NINTH INNING RALLY
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It seems to us that the city fathers
have made a mistake. We students,
who sit on the outside and watch the
management of city affairs, doubtless
have no right to complain. So we will
merely suggest that, perhaps, perhaps,
those who govern the municipal affairs
The Temple are in error.
This week, Jefferson street, a little
Topping the Temple vaudeville pro- street running west from the campus,
gram for this week will be Cecil Cun" is being paved. This street is not one
ningham, prima donna comedienne, upon which there is much traffic. It
well remembered for her marked suc- is not even a through thoroughfare.
cess in "The Pink Lady." Miss Cui- The pavement benefits :immediately
ningham made her initial vaudeville only those who live beside it.
appearance in New York last month in Meanwhile, State street north of
a series of select and original songs, Huron, upon which daily passes more
which were written by her husband, traffic to and from the depot, thaio
Jean Havez, the well known song and passes on Jefferson street in a week,
lyric writer. The second feature of is left in deplorable condition. Fron
the bill will be Frederick V. Bowers the end of the pavement to the depot
and company of six in a merry up-to- the topography of the road suggests
the-second song review. Bowers is a roller-coaster. Not only is the street
known as the "smiling comedian" and not paved, but it is not even well
is also a song writer of merit. Other graded.
numbers billed include Frances Nord- It is difficult to understand for what
strom and William Pinkham in a novel reason a seldom used street is paved,
comedy entitled, "All Wrong." Tom and the most important street around
Smith and Ralph Austin in a conglom- the campus not touched. There seems
eration of nonsense; Ethel Kirk and to be a tendency on the part of the
Billy Fogerty, with bright bits of va- city fathers to pave only those streets
riety; the Bison City Four, dispensing which run from the campus downtown.
comedy as well as harmony; the Four Do they like us so well they do not
Romanos, pretty girls in a dancing want us to go to the depot? Do they
specialty, and Vernie Kaufman, a want us to go only downtown?
European Novelty Cyclist of rare WE do not have to cart things up
ability. The bill ends with the Hearst- State street from the depot. We rare-
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here in a wonderful ninth inning rally
by a score of 67 to G6. Ilniunroiho Schoolnilih
Although Marsh's men hit the local
Federal hurlers quite consistently, it ALBERT A. STANLEY, Cirector
was the fighting spirit of the invader "A Gatliering Place for Advaced Students"
which overcame the seemingly insur-
mountable lead of the home hopes. Annual Sommer Session
The ninth inning rally staged by the EICHT WEEKS-JUNE 28,-AUG. 20
Wolves is without a parallel in the Regular Fall Term begins Man. Oct. 4, 1915
history of farce comedy. The Wolves For Catalogue anl Information address
came to bat in the final chapter 51 CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary
runs behind. Pinch biters were en- Ann Arbor, Mich.
tirely responsible for the victory, the
Chief sending to New York for a couple
dozen reliable clouters when the heavy
artillery got well under way.
The imported players reached Balti-
nore just in time, coming by special -
train. Pack, who had just hit a ball
over the fence, fell exhausted between
second and third, and Marsh substi- L w & iCa
tuted-one of the newcomers, and the
game proceeded. All the regulars were NEW AND SECOND HAND
taken out, as they had run themselves
to death on the bases.
Church joined the squad today, hav- Complete line
ing been dropped in Cuba by the Mexi- Text Books
can airship. He walked all the way Laboratory Books
here, and will pitch against Brooklyn Reference Books
Wednesday, hooking up with Nap Dictionaries
Rucker. Compends, etc.
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Innings- 123 4 56 7 89 old Books
Baltimore .5 6 4 1179 317 5 6-66 4213
Wolves .0...000 0 0 0 15 0 52-67 112 1
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By "Dope" Coe Kane
Baltimore, Md., July 26.-Sweeping
through the southland like a prohibi-
tion wave in Kansas,. the wicked
Wolves won their seventh straight vic-
tory today, defeatig the Terrapins
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