Teuse s sbyaus The official student newspaper for
'yeru y n the University of Michigan summer.
session. Published by the students on
Tueesy, Aug. 3-Sargsurtite Crk i Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday af-
"Pretty Sister of Joie." ternoons. Twenty-five issues.
Wednesday, August 4-Bessie Barriscale
in "'Tre Reward." s Subscription rates-By carrier, sev-
'itusr s-i"i., Asg. 56-Jhiasen end eisty-five cents for the summer;
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Advertising rates--Furnished upon ap-
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PRESENTS THE FAMOUS PLAYERS nue Pharmacy.
PROGRAMME Office Hours: Managing editor, 2:00
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Tuesedy, Asg. - ec,, teterin is 1:00 to 2:00 daily, Phone 1960 or
"The Mali U1lios Not Lose." 2414. I
wednesday, f os. l-I-ry Piekford in
"The Bishop tarriage," and Pathe Address, The Wolverine, Press Build-
News. ing, Maynard St., Ann Arbor.
Thursday, Au-. .-William Fariuitn in
"The Redey c. c elsid Ceirsoii" Howard R. Marsh-Managing Editor
_ 'errto u inca .. ipittss~i c v inager.nn
(except Friday and Saturday)
Tuesday, August3-"Work" (withiChas.
wednesday, Aug. 4-A Feature Filn.s
Ttusdy, Aui - sSilent w."
Friday, Aug. 6-hsterbroos Case and
Zcna Keefe in "One."
SHOWS:AFTERNOONS 4;00: EVE. 6:15; 7:45; 9:15
Tuesday, Aug 3-Babara Tenasii
the dramatization of Bret Harte's
story, "M'iss," in five parts. Also
e Crtiehaplin in "The Face on the
Bar Room Floor."
wednesday, Aug. 4-Burr McIntosh in
F. Hopkinson-Smith's famous story,
Ferris Ii. Fitch-Business Manager
Assistant to Business Manager-
William I logan
C. W. Lemimon
Willis C. Goodenow
Dwight W. Jennings
"Col. Carter of Cartersville.
e j TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1915.
Thiseis sthe sixth week of summer
school for all of us but the law stu-
dents. Although it is their seventh,
they have to stay longer than the rest
of us. The medics, however, leave
this week; and their departure is a
reminder that our term is nearly over.
IIn time, summer school is three-
Garrick quarters through. How far along is it
For the next week of her Detroit in work? How many of your theses
engagement at the Garrick theater, are finished? Is your laboratory work
Miss Bonstelle and her company will anywhere iear completed? Are the
offer Edgar Selwyn's hunorous tale note books in shape?
of the complications that beset a Summer is a hard time for the reg-
couple drawn into the divorce court ular undergraduate student to work.
through interference of others. They To the majority of the summer school
decide to patch matters up and go ienrollment, it is the only time of the
away on a motor trip, only to be fol- year when they are pupils; and they
lowed and told they are not man and probably have their work well along
wife,-that a divoreshas been grant- The undergraduate, however, can't
ed. The title of this comedy is "Near- study in the summer time; or rather,
ly Married." Corliss Giles will be he thinks he can't. The Huron, the
seen in the part of Harry Linsay, the movies and Detroit have proved great
husband, with Miss Bonstelle as Bet- attractions. But in a few short days
ty, a vivacious, snappy woman. Jane it will be *ao late to hand in that
Houston las a delightful opportunity thesis. Examinations must be taken,
as the divorce specialist; the two kind. and the final judgment will be passed.
but blundering friends will be inacted Are you ready?
by Robert Adamsis asud Elleee Wilson, - ______ __
with William Powell as the interfer- IRGE GRANTED RELEASE ON
ing brother. Other members of the BOND, RETURNS TO CLEVELAND
Bonstelle coipany fit into the picture
in the splendid proportions of their Having obtained a release on bond,
ability. The usual Tuesday, Thurs- Clure H. Burge, '17, has returned to
day and Saturday matinees will be his home in Cleveland to await his
given. trial oil charges of forgery. The bond
--called for $500 and the trial was set
Musical Instruments, Strings, and for August 31.
all Musical 'Supplies at reasonable The case of Ed. Goggin, also held
prices. Schaeberle & Son, Music oi a charge of forgery, will be tried
House, 110 S. Main St. tf o the same date as that of Burge.
People are like lakes; the shallower
they are, the more sea they kick up.
"If I had just one day to live, I
would spend it in summer school in
"Because here, every day seems like
a hundred years.
TEA CHERS TAKE
We maintain they don't take much
Gasoline launches are the only
things in the world like women. Think
Problems in mobilization-
1. A Russian army,
2, Canadians for England's battle-
3. Charity for the Belgians.
4. Life insurance (seniors- testify.)
6. Protective forces against the
boulevard mosquitoes when both
hands are occupied.
7. "Eight o'orks,"
8. Spherical peas osea knife,
9, llumouresque, when the thermo-
meter is at 95
SEEN ON MANY
And on many Ann Arbor saloons.
Another contrib maintains that'
"Jack" Benton did not jump to either
the Women's league or the Drama
league, but to the Epworth league.
(professor of an eight 'cloel Latin
class calls on student for difficult
translation in "Aeneld.")
Student-"I put my arms around her
neck * * * Oh, Professor, I didn't get
A Midsummer Night's Dlream
The shades of night were falling fast-
As poets say they do-
Another day was going past-
The peaceful skies were blue.
The campus, in the quiet eve,
Was hushed in stilly rest-
With deathlike calm,-so I believe-
Its grassy sward 'sas blessed.
Anon there came, with genteel tread,
A likely youth, well built--
With scholar's gaze, uncovered head-
Clean cut-face free from guilt.
The shades of night were falling fast,
And all was still as still-
The while the young man lightly
That is, it was, until-
There came a shout, and then some
And then a mighty rush
Of student folk--a thousand score-
To break the evening hush.
On, ou they came, with bloody cries,
Of those who. thirst for gore-
Who seek a hostile captive prize-
With vicious rush and roar,
And as the youth bespied the bunch
He shook his legs with vim-
He straightway had a goodly hunch
That they were after hin.
Away sped he, like Mercury-
It was an ugly chase-
It seemed as if there ne'er could be
An ending to the race.
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Summer School Text Books
Beale's Crimminal Pleading and Practice
Mickell's Cases in Criminal Procedure
Hal's Cases Constitutional Law
Wigmore's Cases in Evidence
Ame's Cases on Equity
.7'he Mirror Will Reflect
a perfect fit at every point if your clothes
are made here. That we guarantee. No
I'' iumatter what your build may be " e can
assure you apparel that will fit you
perfectly. See the man whose tailoss we
J are and you will see a perfectly well-
Have yonordered your flannel hrousersi
S* . f
The town folk joined, the fire patrol-
And Tom, the campus cop-
Until they had him in a hole-
And made the fellow stop.
"Say, what's the dope?" the young man
"Stand back! You prunes"-he said.
"Escaped! Escaped!" the crowd re-
"You've got a convict's head."
For truth to say, his manly crust
Was shaven short of hair-
"To keep my brain from clogging
He said-"To give it air,"
"Oh, string him up," they howled in
"A convict-that's the rule"-
"A prisoner I am," said he,
"But just in summer school."
"Poor guy," said they-he'd saved the
And turned around and went away.
-G. C. C.
Students Visit Caves on Geology Trip
Several students attended the geol-
ogy trip to Put-in-Bay Saturday. Under
the direction of Prof. I. D. Scott, the
class visited Perry Cave, Crystal Cave,
and Paradise Cave, where crystaline,
stalactitic, and stalagmitic formations
N. F. ALLEN'S RED 'AG CLOTHING
Now on-All Clothing at greatly, re-
duced prices. N. F. ALLEN CO. At
our new location, 211 So, Main St. tf
University School of Music
ALBERT A. STANLEY, Director
"A Gathering Place for Advanced Sudenis"
Annual Summer Sess'on
E1CHT WEEKS-JUNE 28,-AUC. 20
Regular Fall Term begins Mn. Oct 4, 1915
Ior Catalogue and Inforsation address
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Ann Arbor, Mich.
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