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The Wolverine, 1915-07-31

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THE WOLVERINE

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THE WULVERINE
Orpheum Theatre E
The House of 'tmouc t1 'ys by Fatous The offcial student newspaper for
'it' the University of Michigan summer
session. Published by the students on
l tl t d Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday af-
July 3u-Sat.-tCourtnez Foote and tI nos wny-ieise,
Gladys rockwcll i Up from the jternoons. Twenty-live issues.
Depth s.
August e-3 us.1 sen-Tues. Subscription rates-By carrier, sev-
guerite Clark in Pretty Sister of enty-five cents for the summer;
Jse. mailed to any address for one dol-
lar.
Advertising rates--Furnished upon ap-
plication to the business manager.
Subscriptions and ads taken at Quar-1
Majestic Theatre ry's, Cushing's and University Ave-
PRESENTS THE FAMOUS PLAYERS nue Pharmacy.

Unitarian Church

Stote and Huron Sts.
At 10:30 Rev. R. S. Loring, in the
course on "The Modern Approach to
Religion," speaks on
SOCIOLOGY AS SAVING RELIGION.
Sopranosolo, by Miss Stevens, with
violin obligato, "Adore and Be Still,"
Gounod. Offertory, violin solo by Miss
Struble, of the School of Music,
Unitarian Church

Second Hand
Summer School Text Books
Woodruff's Quasi-Contracts
Beale's Crimminal Pleading and Practice
Mickell's Cases in Criminal Proaedure
Hall's Cases Constitutional Law
Wigmore's Cases in Evidence
Ame's Cases on Equity
WAR
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PROGRAMME
ThuraIy, Jrrd (, '.1., oi Jec"s,
ascc' CIs. Chaplit
in "Mable's,. _, Day."
Friday, July -Charlotte Ives in
"Clothes" d 'athe News.
Saturday, Jul -- .! Barrymore in
"cAmerican CI .
Temple Theatre
ADMISSION 5c.
(except Friday and Saturday)
Sat., July 31-- "Frauds, "Edna Iayo.
Next Week-"Words," Chas. Chaplin.
Arcade Theatre
SHOWS:AFTERNOONS 4:00: EVE. 6:15; 7:45; 9:15
Thursday, July 29-T'hos. Jefferson
and Adelaide Thurston in "The
Shadows of a Great City," a grip.
ping dramatic play in five parts.
rharlie Chaplin Friday night.

Office Hours: Managing editor, 2:00
to 3:00 daily; business manager, -
1:00 to 2:00 daily. Phone 960 or ize, however, is that the best equip-
'244ment in the world is useless unless
there is some one with knowledge and
Address, The Wolverine, Press Build- personality to direct its adaptation.
ing, Maynard St., Ann Arbor. We doubt if all the equipment that
has been added to the university this
Howard R. Marsh--Managing Editor year is woith as much to the students
Phone-2414-1505 as two or three of the faculty who
Ferris 1. Filch-usiess ianager ehave gone. The money spent on that
Phone 960-236 equipment would have insured their
__________ _____________________stayitig.
Why not keep the faculty men whose
A Distant to Ilusiness Manager- worth can not be estimated, even at
William HIl. ogan tlc sacrifice of a few thousand of
- cl dollers worth of equipment?

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Issue Editor
Dwight W. Jennigs
Reporters
Phil Pack
Ward Peterson
Nathaniel Thompson
Bruce Swatey
David Rosenthsal
C. W. Lemmon
Karl Wehnieyer
Jeronme Zeigler
Willis C. Goodenow
Issue Editor-F. M. Church.
SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1915.
MEN OR EQUIPMENT?
Several men, whose places on the
faculties of the various departments
will be impossible to fill completely,
will be lost to the university when it
reopens in the fall.
Many times in the past, Michigan
has given of its best to other colleges.
Often it has seemed as though the
university faculty were a training
school for other university faculties.

Vaudeville at the Temple theater for
next week, beginning Monday, is one of
the best bills that the Temple has
shown sinte the opening. Heading
the, bill is Fiske iO'Hara, the celebrated
Irish-American romantic actor and
singer, called, "The John McCormick'
of Vaudeville." Several songs which
Mr. O'Hara will sing, have been writ-
ten by him. The second feature of the
bill will be Mrs. Gene Hughes in a
comedy playlet written by Edgar Allen
Woolf, called "Youth." George M.
Fisher and Green-Harry come next on
the bill in a clever comedy similar to
the writings of Montague Glass, under
the title of "Partners." Nonette, a
very clever singing violinist whom
Schumann-IHeink took on a tour, is
next on the program, and will play
several classieal and popular songs.
Others on the bill are Morrissey and
Hackett, in a talking and singing skit;
Kaufman Brothers, in tuneful non-
sense. Jesse Lasky presents the
"Aurora of Light," in an exhibition of
art by, "A Living Venus Clothed in
Rainbows." 'Ile Tarada brothers, in
a sensational Japanese novelty, and
Hearst-Selig ends the bill.

Health service officials report a con-
tagious attackc of hiccups among the
summer school studes.
As a result of the Union dances, the
collar department of local laundries
are about to be enlarged.
Why does a student in a taxi on a
rainy Cay refuse to recognize his
friends under an awning?
One contrib says that the Union
dances lack punch.
Nuts
"He seems to be wandering in his
nmind."
"Well, he can't stray far, anyway."
Favorite Songs
No. S-The prohibitionist's.-"Drink
to me only with thine eyes,"
Hope does not live long in the
breasts of those who have just had
their whites one cleaned.
Nothing to Worry About-
Midsemesters in summer school.
One contrib suggests that as "Jack"
Benton is a "bad actor," it was prob
ably the Drama league instead of the
Women's league to whichli e jumspi"d;
knowing "Jack," we conclude- that the
contrib is right.
SONGS TO UNSI'NG MEROES
No. 1-The Mosquito
Oh little bease with keener tongue
Than any man I ever knew-
How is it you have gone unsung,
And none immortalizes you?
I laud your courage, who attack
Great man-I praise your gamey
fight-
Upon the middle of his back,
Within the darkness of the night.
Your getaway I think is fine-
your sense of humor something
great-

Certainly other institutions are allow-
ed to take from us with ease many of
those faculty men we have learned to
value the most. A history of the facul-
ty for the past ten years would shotw
a series of young instructors rising
because of their abilities and person-
alities to the rank of assistant profes-
sors and professors; rising until their
worth to the university was inval-
uable. Then their worth has been
recognized by other colleges, who have
taken them away from us.
Probably a few of those men who
have taken tositions in other insti-
tutions welcomed the change, but most
of them would have preferred to re-
main at Michigan had they been able
to do so without too great sacrifice.
The offers from other colleges have
been so much greater than what Mich-
igan gives, however, that many of
them have gone, but not without ex-
pressing regret.
The regents of the university have
genercusly increased its equipment
until now it is near the top of the list
of universities in point of facilities.
What the regents do not seem to real-

You drink the human blood for wine,-
A warrior, you play with fate.
I praise the way'you leave your mark
Upon the sturdy human race,,
When you have met it in the park
Right oft upon its very face.
Oh little beast with powerful sting-
I have no other thing to do,
And so I call my muse to sing,
And dedicate this song to you.
-G. C. C.
FElt IN INE ROOTERS NEARLY
CAUSE DEFEAT OF WOLVES
By "Dope" (oe Kane
Worn out from the long jump front
Saline to Ypsilanti, and the heavy tack
back to the home port, the Wolves
tove into camp today with a record of
but one defeat on the long training
trip through the South.
Yesterday's game at Ypsilanti was
a narrow escape for Chief Marsh's
crew, as the feminine rooters of the
Normal city badly upset the travel-
torn campaigners. The Wolves were
leading by half a dozen runs .in the
eighth round, when a school of co-
studes swam onto the field, and in
less than a minute the game was de-
serted by the Wolves.
Manager Marsh failed to tally his

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the outfield between pitches, and Chief
Marsh was also exhausted covering
the various bases for him, Ypsilanti
managed to score four runs in the last
two innings.
The home season opens today on
Frry Field, when the Wolves will
stack up with the sophomore embalm-
ing class, in what should prove an
exciting battle. When interviewed last
Might the soph embalming class said
that lie would present his strongest
lineup against the Wolves. Manager
Marsh will stand pat on the lineup
which has proved itself so siccessful;
althoug hte will probably give the
home fans a chance to see Rosenthal,
Swaney and Ziegler, three recruits
who looked well on the trip.
Marsh has secured Goodenow, who
formerly played in the Daily league,
to take the place of McKinney, veteran
first baseman, who has been sent to
the bushes of the Federal forest re-
serves of the west.
Score:-
Innings- 123456789-R H E
Ypsilanti .......0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2-4 9 13
Wolverines ....200 0 00 211-6 13 29
Bateries--Ypsilanti, Oliver and Arm-
strong; Wolverines, Church and
Marsh. Umpires-Bell and Cushing.
'Time-4 hours, 74 minutes. Attend-
ance-4 and 6,785 co-eds.

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