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JUNE 7, 1916
The official student newspaper for
the University of Michigan summer
session. Published by the students on
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday af-
ternoons. Twenty-five issues.
Subscription rates-By carrier, sev-
enty-five cents for the summer;
mailed to any address for one dollar.
Advertising rates-Furnished upon ap-
plication to the business manager.
Subscriptions and ads taken at Quar-
ry's and University Avenue Phar-
Office Hours: Managing editor, 2:00
to 3:00 daily; business manager,
1:00 to 2:00 daily. Phone 960 or
Address, The Wolverine, Press Build-
ing, Maynard St., Ann Arbor.
Verne E. Burnett-Managing Editor
Phone-2414 or 1283-M
C. Verne Sellers-Busines Manager
Phone-960 or 1460
Tom C. Reid-Associate Editor
H. C. Garrison-Sports Editor
Marian Wilson-Women's Editor
Walter Atlas-ews Editor
Bruce Swaney-News Editor
THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1916
Issue Editor-H. C. Garrison
An artist, known to laymen as the
Impressionist, painted a few years ago
a picture which was a great mass of
purple and blue, representing a land-
scape. An observer after looking at
it for some time, realized that it sug-
gested remarkably a beautiful mist
which clung about a thicketed meadow
at dusk. The artist had painted At-
mosphere. It takes a great master to
The University in the summer looms
upon the newcomer as a great heap
of impressions, which gradually sug-
gest a beautiful picture and an Atmos-
There is a sort of good-humored ease
and intellectual attractiveness and
sincerity during the summer months
of the University. Both the teachers
and regular term students who enroll
come to work; but they never have
been known to be too busy to exem-
plify the regular-fellowship of real
collegedom. Sometimes the footsteps
echo rather few in number down the
campus walks with their Gothic arches
of elms. Yet the real idea of a Uni-
versity, of gaining wisdom and learn-
ing, and using it, is always alive, even
more than during the winter months.
There is also a peculiar local color
which is unique. The thundering en-
thusiasm of autumn football is absent,
but much of the best in University
spirit and idealism thrives in the sum-
mer months. It is chiefly this kind of
atmosphere which the summer author-
ities wish to paint in the minds of the
Pennell Gets Insurance Co. Position
Frank Pennell, '12, former editor of
The Michigan Daily, has recently ac-
cepted a position as yassistant to the
head of the 'literary bureau of the
Mutual Life Insurance Company, of
New York City, at a salary of $2,500
per year. Mr. Pennell has been serv-
ing as eastern representative of the
Western Underwriter. He will con-
'tinue to live in New York City.
* Summer school students de- *
* siring practical experience in
* newspaper work, either business *
* oreditorial, should call at the
*offices of The Wolverine, in the*
" Press building on Maynard *
O street. Tryouts will be'"held for"
* the first several issues, and then
* staff appointments will be made.
* By special arrangement, stu- a
o dents, with at least six semes-
* ters of credit can get credit in
* summer school, by conferring
* with the journalism faculty.
(By Phil Pack)
Now that Caps and Gowns have been
discarded, pressing bills will again
figure high on the weekly expense
"This is certainly a stable article,"
said the drummer. He was selling
pitchforks. (One might have expected
a hoss laff of this'n.)
Is a rising young baritone a tenor?
Subject for One Phd. Thesis
"The Analysis of the thinking pro-
cess of the boulevard mosquito."
Sounds Like a Skin Game
"Pittsburgh man found with his will
tatooed on his back."
-Head in the Detroit Free Press.
That Willy-hilly Wolverine printed
a head, "Teachers Take Positions,"
which reminded some of us how the
Prof. struck a pose when we asked him
to raise that "D" to a "C."
Another head saying "Summer
Dances Uncertain," also might means
lots of things.
Squib-Among other things, going to
the border did you hear about Abe?
Nib-I gulp. Ladle it forth.
Squib-Abandage for the wounded
"Why do they always hold seminary
courses around a round table?"
"So the Prof. couldn't corner them."
My Only Crack at a Valedictory
"My college days are numbered,"
Said ye stude, with shaking knees,
"Of four hard courses taken,
I've garnered just four E's.
"My English has been perfected
At State street billiard halls,
My drawing's much improved
From hitting ivory balls.
"I'm back ten bones for board,
And twenty for cigars;
Can't go to the city now,
They know me on all cars.
"Ann Arbor's got my number sure, .
For me the town's too warm,
I guess my move's to beat it
And pitch hay on th farm."
U. OF W. WILL SEND CREW TO
1917 POIUGHKEEPSIE REGATTA
Seattle, July 4.-Horace C. Henry, a
wealthy railroad builder of Seattle,
has informed President Henry Suzzalo
of the University of Washington, it
was announced today, that he would
guarantee the expenses of the univer-
sity's eight-oared crew to Poughkeep-
sie next year, thus assuring partici-
pation in the next intercollegiate re-
gatta on the Hudson. The expenses
are estimated at $4,000.
SECRETARY SINK LEAVES FOR
CALIFORNIA FOR SUMMEh
Secretary Charles A. Sink, of the
School of Music, left last night for
California where he will spend his
vacation. Mr. Sink will return to Ann
Arbor about the 20th of August bring-
ing with him his wife who has been
spending the past several months in
California recuperating her health.
ECONOMICS? Studying business?
Read the ad of Hamilton Business
College on page 3.
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Lunches ems} Lunches
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Michigan and Fraternity Jewelry
Leather, Gold and Silver
Extra Fine Repairs of Watches and Jewelry
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STATE STREET JEWELERS
New and Second-Hand
Drawing Instrumients, Loose-Leaf Note Boo]
Student Supplies in General
Campus in Brief
D~r. Peter Field and Mr. C. J. Coe,
of the mathematics department, are
offering a combined course in calculus.
Dr. Field teaches the theory, and Mr.
Coe, the practical applications andt
problems of the course. The system
has been successfully tried in large
Prof. F. C.Newcombe, head of the
Departmnent of Botany, is spending the
summer in California.
Dr. A. H. Povah, formerly assistant
in Botany, has been made instructor
in botany and will next year take the
place in the Department of Botany left
by W. W. Tupper, who will continue
his work in botanical research at Har-
Dr. E. B. Mains, formerly assistant
in the Department of Botany, has been
called to botany department of Purdue
University Agricultural Experiment
Roy Baker, who graduated from the
engineering college this June, is enter-
ing the Iowa Agricultural College this
fall, for graduate work.
R. L. Goman, of Detroit, graduate of
the engineering college, was married
to Josephine Fuller, graduate of the
literary college, last September, but
the announcement was not made pub-
lic until yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Sturgeon, of
Pittsburgh, announce the marriage of
their daughter, Dorothy Battin, to
Bruce Woodbury, '16E, son of Mr. and
Mrs. L. C. Woodbury, of Newton, Kan-
sas. The ceremony took place May,
27, 1916, at Windsor, Ontario. Wood-
bury has a position with the Pere
Marquette Railroad, of Detroit.
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The Inlander, Michigan's resurrect- tween Cleveland and Mackinac Island,
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