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The Wolverine, 1915-08-07

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THE WOLVERINE

Orpheum Theatre
The House of Faious Plays by Famous
Players.
Saturday, Aug. 7-Mignon An-
derson in "Milestones of Life."
Sunday, Aug. 8--William Far-
num in "The Plunderer."
Temple Theatre
ADMISSION Go.
(except Friday and Saturday)
Saturday, Aug. 7-"The Profili-
gate," with Ruth Stone House.
Arcade Theatre
SHOWS:AFTERNOONS 4:00: EE. 6:15; 7:45; 9:15

THE WOLVERINE
The official student newspaper for Unitarian Church
the University of Michigan summer
session. Published by the students on State and Huron Sts.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday af-
ternoons. Twenty-five issues. At 10:30 Rev. J. T. Sunderland will
speak on:
Subscription rates-By carrier, sev-s
enty-five cents for the summer; IS THERE A JAPANESE PERIL
mailed to any address for one dol- iving his views of tierelations of
lar.
Advertising rates--Furnished upon ap- America and Japan as obtained dur-
plication to the business manager. ing his recent visit to the Orient.
Subscriptions and ads taken at Quar-
ry's, Cushing's and University Ave-
nue Pharmacy. Unitarian Church
Office Hours: Managing editor, 2:00
to 3:00 daily; business manager,
1:00 to 2:00 daily. Phone 960 or
2414. at least, until they realize the value
of their use of the sidewalk, and feel
Address, The Wolverine, Press Guild- less likely to violate the "care" quali-
ing, Maynard St., Ann Arbor. fication. Unless some such solution is
adopted, some of the irate pedestrians
Howard R. Marsh--Managing Editor are going to declare an "open season"
Phone--2414-1505 on all bicyclists who ride on the side-
Ferris It. Fitch-Business Manager walks. Beware the early pot shooter.
Phone 960-236

Second Hand
Summer School Text Books
Woodruff's Quasi-Contracts
Beale's Crimminal Pleading and Practice
Mickell's Cases in Criminal Procedure
Hall's Cases Constitutional Law
Wigmore's Cases in Evideuce
Ame's Cases on Equity
WAH
UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE

Assistant to Business Manager-
William H. Hogan

Saturday, Aug. 7-dna Mayo in "The Reporters
Quest of the Sacred Gem," four parts. Phil Pack
Also Charlie Chaplin in "The Round
er.",Ward Peterson
Nathaniel Thompson
sunday, Aug. 8-Free Show. Bruce Swaney
David Rosenthal
C. W. Lemmon
Karl Wehmeyer
Jerome Zeigler
Willis C. Goodenow
Issue Editor-Willis C. Goodenow
SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1915.
Heading the bill at the Temple
theatre, of Detroit, for this week, will ON BICYCLES
be Belle Blanche, direct from George
M. Cohan's musical comedy, "Hello They make our strolls on the campus
Broadway." Miss Blanche is a prima a little more exciting, as they sneak
donna impersonator of rare ability, up noiselessly behind us and pass us
and comes with a budget of new songs, with a whir of wind and a sharp ring
caricature and imitations, and also a of the bell, after we have hardly
keen sense of humor. The next on jumped as far as we could on such
the bill is Powers, Walters and Crock- short notice. For our part, we have
er, presenting an amusing comedy en- grown tired of such excitement, and
titled, "The Three Rubes." They are would appreciate a little peace of
a trio who present a merry melange mind whole on our walks.
of music, singing, country dancing Bicycles otl the campus sidewalks
and accentric falls. Third on the bill are a nuisance. Furthermore, we els-
comes Galletti's baboons, who present tertain the view that 150 pounds of
"A Day at the Races." The Misses man on a bicycle, traveling at a rapid
Lightner and Alexander, two talented rate of speed, is a real menace to
girls and a man in a delightful sing- those who travel afoot. Lawmakersj
ing and dancing number are the are of the same opinion, apparently,
fourth on the program. Others on the for they have passed laws relegating
bill are: Mr. and Mrs. Norman Phil- bicyclists to the street, where they
lips, who present a unique comedy, really belong. Just as a sporting prop-
"Sweets to the Sweets," the Fridows- osition, a bicycle has a better chance
ky thoupe of Russian dancers; George among the automobiles and wagons
N. Rosener, character monologist. As than a pedestrian has among bicycles.
usual the bill finishes with the Hearst- The regents of the university have
Selig News. given bicyclists the right of riding on
the campus sidewalks. Their reason
probably was, that forbidding the
,EWf YORK LIBRARIAN GIVES
CLASS SERIES OF LECTURES short cut across the campus would be
an inconvenience to those who rely
on wheels as a conveyance.
Miss Marian P. Greene of the New But the permission granted by the
York public library gave a series of regents was a qualified one. It's con-
six lectures Wednesday, Thursday, and tituatio was made contingent upon
Friday, to the library class. Her talks the care with which the bicyclists ex-
dealt with reading work for children. ercised the license. The time has
She discussed in her first lecture the cone, apparently, when the wheelers
subject of selection of books for chil- have forgotten the qualification. No
dren. In her subsequent discussions precaution is taken by them to insure
she considered the value of illustra- the safety of those who are walking
tions-to the child, the place of poetry, where they have a right to walk and
history, biography, and travel, and the others have little right to ride.
high value of using fun and humor in It seems that the time has come to
dealing with children. put the bicycles back on the street;

Have you learned the professor's
favorite word yet?
Ann Arbor will soon be just exactly
like Cleveland; it will have an honest-
to-goodness Arcade.
We have had enough of this duck
weather; even one-sheet weather
would be a relief.
KAZOO 111Y1'
''ROTs OFF
-Headline, Detroit Free Press.'
Hit it harder next time, and maybe
it will lie still)
Patent applied for-Non-skid ba-
nana peel.
HERE BROTHER WIth iTHE AXE!
This little verse
Is just a stall
To see who'll add
To it, that's all.
-New York Sun.
So here is one
To give it length
In union, then,
There may be strength.
-Youngstown Telegram.
And here is one
To spin it out:
A little breadth
Will help, no doubt.
-Commercial Appeal.
There is no reason,
We contend,
To add much more;
So here's the end.
-Tennessee Orange and White.
Don't jim -the party,
Let it run
Until we get
Our "Hancock" on.
-Orpheum Bulletin.
Where have I heard
That gab before,
There's always room
For just one more.
-Michigan Daily.
We'll add what little
Bit we can-
To help some other
"Colyum man."

They've Arri
fThe smartest, snappiest, and
ice lull and Winter Fabric
G ~left a loom,
Summser school students w
order their fall snitings bef
-- 0 will find a hatdsoume assorty
woolens.
KYER. tC WHITKE
For Table Supplies Wholesale and Retail
114-116 E. Washington St. Phor
Fine Watch, Jewelry and E
...REPAIRINC...
FOUNTAIN PE
CONKLIN, SWAN & OUR $1 SP
10 5 ~Lenses Ground to Or
Alarm Clocks 75c. to $;
HAILER JEWELR-
STATE STREET JEWELER
U. S. PostalStation 3 TELE

Let's get him,-the mas who reads Let me settle at east by t
aloud every sentence thrown on the the street,
screen. Where the dust and mi
--- While I ruitsser at wagons o
ANOTItER ARGUMENT and meat,
"A Flint man stopped to buy a drink Like storm-beaten ships,
and thereby escaped the fate of the And msy neighbors gay, b
Eastland passengers." away-
-News item. On asphalt avenues,
Have another? See never a wagon the live
Nor polish they their sho
FAVORITE SONGS But why should 1 sit on myl
No. 7-The baker's-"That's how I And damn Ann Arbor tow
n.e3d not." ' j'Tis cabbies and teamsters

ved
most effect-
s that ever
ho wish to
ore leaving
ent of new
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the side of
clots fly-
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go by.
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long lay-
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little stoop
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who loop
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connection
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rings, and

TODAY'S RIDDLE
Why is the average summer school
student like a German Zeppelin?
IY THE SEAS OF MUTI)
Inspired by Sympathy for the Ann Ar-
lorite on North State Street
(With Apologies to Sam Walter Foss)
Let me live in my house by the side
of the road,
Where the taxicabs go by-
Some are Fords, some are not, but
each one has its loal,
f._v._ g.h-ride low and high.
And the brick wagons pass, and the
laundrymen too,
And joggle across the ruts--
While they fill up the air with their
blasphemy blue-
Which pierces our wayside huts.
So 'why should I sit in my 'ottage
small,
And curse Ann Arbor town?

the loop,
And Alpine up and down.
'140 Menibers of 1912 hiss
(Clare J. Tinker, '12, and
Prithard, '12, will be ma
'lhursday morning in Sait
E'piiscopal church. 'the g
completed the course in the
Theological Seminary at
Mass., isid is iiow ini cha
imission station at Sandusky
expects to reside there in
with his work.
N. F. ALLEN'S IED 'AG G
Now on--All Clothing at
uced rices. N. F. ALLI
our new location, 211 So. Ma
Musical Instruments, Str
all Musical Supplies atr
prices. Schaeberle & S
House, 110 S. Main St.

LAN), SEA AND SKY
SWEPT IN ORATOR'S
PRAYER FOR KAISEII
-Headline, Detroit Free Press.
Some sweeping! Campus janitors
please note.

'Tis they who must flounder,
bounce and fall,
And voyage up and down.

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on, Music

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It's Cool in Mack's
Special Luncheon at noon, 50c

JULY CLEARANCE SALE
All Spring Suits 1-4 off All Furnishings 20Cc off
THE MAN STORE OF ANN ARBOR
NEXT TO ORPHEUM
J. F.WUERTH CO.
Firm J. F. WUERTH. F. P. HARRIS

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