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The Wolverine, 1916-07-15

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THE WOLVERINE
ETHEL CLAYTON and HOUSE PETERS
ThIreNt SATURDAY
TThe best judges declare this to be one of the really great features produced this July 15
year. Be sure to see it at the Arcade today.

MANY SENSORS SLGE BLANKS
ISSUED) BY UNIVERS1ITY YMCA

Clammy Corpses
Cutely Cinter

WII[S 0DE [D SUMMED

Give Information Concerning Religious d f I VII[N I V I I V0 5
and Social Work; Prove Satta Sad stiffs, glad stiffs, mad stiffs, bad
fatory Elsewhere stiffs. White stiffs, light stiffs, tight .obbler Poet Ids Efforts of Those
More than 150 seniors of the class stiffs, sight stilfs. ilack stiff;, slack Absorbing Knowledge for Benefit
of '16 have signed the alumni record stiffs, snack stiffs, jack stidfs. Stiffs of Folks at home
iblanks issued by the Y. M. C. A. of the in shrouds, stiff in clouds. Stiffs on
University. These blanks give infor- the ground, stiffs on a mound. Murky Tom Lovell, Ann Arbor's lians
mation to those interested in social stiffs, jerky stiffs, perky stiffs, sMirky Sachs, cobbler poet, works in rliyihm-
-. . chin.ts . S tlls .. Il , ... sec seisi ,r,7.1 . lesil be

tlfs. Stiffs all over. Hot Stifs, Col clb,
and religious work. The questions s
asked pertain to boys' clubs, bible stilts, ioli stiffs. Stiffs i clovr. m
classes, big brother work, and public Every kind of stiff that ever croaked. sesk,
No more the dancers, in filmy cos- ode to
surveys. t fumes, with swirling curls. Gone is It is p
C.. A. leaders in the county, city, r the music gone is the laughter, gone ented
C..te A.n Xdish the mans tylct,.oris the punch, left have the bunch. cobblin
state hich the ma is to locate.An undertaking establishment moved
It is hoped by the committee in charge IN 'I'l
of this work that the information will yesaeray. W. A. \
be valuable for constructive com-str -a.
sunity service. "This has been tried cshens
in many universities and colleges," G rads nee R an it
said Mr. Tinker, general secretary of ITc
the local Y. M. C. A., "and has proved N ow It gs Taxis icor th
a very satisfactory method of conserv- - mi
ing association work." Some of the ( y aran ison) 'Maki
work of seniors of the past has been They were t'o "old grads." one ifl'shel I
with the associated charities, the them had been in colle way back il Aga
juvenile court, Y. M. C. A., churches, the sixties. The other had not e n in From
and political parties of localities whiels Ai Arbor for fifteen years, hish puts
needed special attention. The infr- him on a level with the "sway hack ilk Not in
oiation blanks will be used by the local sixties." one evening they started out No,
workers to get the graduate on the to renew their youth. They went in Goin:
job at once. the direction of the Boulevard. For Stud
a long time they wallked. it was a Where
Webber Earls Defi at Campus Teams dark night and twices they felt sure With
"Chuck" Webber, '15, manager of the they were, on the wrong rad. Twice Never
Third Ward baseball team, offers a they were told, "straiht oi up the Froie
challenge to any aspiring ball aggre- hill a little way and turn to your left."
gation in the University. Me stands At last they came to the old dim When y
ready to play any class teams or a stretching hills. Sut it wasa very late Baci
picked team from the summer league. and the two mse uwere weary. To tea
LOST-A large size Covklin self-fill- "Bill," said one of them, "I can't WitS
ing fountain pen. Finder call i87.m sake it. I'm tired out. It used tol IInto t
Reward. such a short walk, too. Remember vho
Reward.how we used to run out before break- Maste
LOST-Oi or near Campus Saturday fast?" They stopped at a nearby In t
afternoon, July 8, enameled silver house and called a taxi. Going home, no
bluebird pin with safety catch. there was a long silence. Then Bill
Finder return to Calkins Drug Store said, "Jim, we're gettig old, we're The fa
on State for reward. getting old." if th
For th
COUSINS& HALL T T ES Th do
The w
jlOCti . LV NCH n0O OFM es
1002 S. UNIVERSITY AVE. LVNCHES and SODAS Tou
Both Phones 115 Ann Arbor,Mich. 338 SO. STATE STREET Solvin
For
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Delivered met o
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BY MAIL $1.00 Mr.ry
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are p
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A Bound Copy of the lightfu
Travis
SSUMME R SCHMOO L DIR ECTORY Tra
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FREE with each Subscription "v"n"
demoli
to the
withs hi
to see

ats. Ile intends to contribute
of his choice selections each
beginning with the following
the summer, school students.
ut in uncensored and uncom-
Iupon, just as it come from the
g s hop.J SUMR c
i 1 i SM il 'lIME
'ritten by Dr. Tos Lovell
July 14, 1916
summer comes therevcomes with
hers from other states,
ye ivurpose of broadening ie
ind
ivg that mind great.
lhe.e teachers, they go back
vn into the field,
this great U. of hut.

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su MOP School Books
And Supplies
Students' Bookstore
NEW MANAGEMENT

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the sense of dishonesty
it's done in intelligent light
to it with all the mind
ying away from night.
the mind lays darkened
Ilittle if any light in at all
w anting to be stealing away
vs it for light on to fall.
the summer teaching is finished
k again they go.
ciil in the rural district
the knowledge to sow,
he minds of youngsters
some lay are going to be
r minds or a failure
Lhe teaching taught if they will
I see.
ult won't lay ii the teacher
e work that is done is in love
e boy and the girl he teaches to
t wor with the teacher that
De
ork of the master mind in earn-
make plain. intellectual light
g problems not easy
hardw rork brought out right.
what a school ought to stand
sell as it's play ground
the master mind wants a little
the master mind till found,
lution in each problem
er resting until won
the knowledge the teacher gains
Sle studying them in summer in
of M.
omen
ces and announcemets for wo-
hould be telephoned to Marian
1, 547.
ry Thursday afternoon from 3:00
0 o'clock at Newberry Residence,
Gates and the women of New-
Residence are at home to all
rsity women. These at homes
articularly for the women out-
d Newberry, and it is hoped that
of them will avail themselves of
pportunity to know the women
Summer School in a very de-
i1 and informal manner.
seal, '17, Collides With Buggy
vis Beal, '17, met with an acci-
while driving his car Thursday
g. He collided with a buggy,
shieg it, but doing no damage
occupants. Beal was driving
is dimssers on and was not able
the rig until too late.

i

APPOlNIENC MITTEE
NNOOUNES TEICHIS
The Appointment Committee makes
the following announcements of vac-
ancies filled:
Esther Mellencamp, Durand, Mich..
mathematics and history; Laura E.
Wendel, Detroit, Mich., grades; Louise'
Lowden, '14, Charlotte, Mich., English
and German; Esther Cook, Toledo,
Ohio, English; M. E. Knoll, Grand
Rapids, Mich., South High School,
mathematics; H. Dana Hopkins, Sagi-
naw, East School, public speaking;
Ruth Adele Westbrook, Port Huron,
English and public speaking; Flor-
ence Snyder, Flint, Mich., Junior High
School, Latin; Constance Enrich, Bat-
lie Creek, physiography; Ruby Hall,
Lake 'Linden, Mich., biology; Esther
Rice, Saginaw, East School, German;
Rilla Trathen, Port Huron, biology;
Dolphus Williams, Lake Linden, Mich.,
science and mathematics; Dorothy
Walker, Ewen, Mich., English, history;
Mary Johns, St. Ignace, Mich., Latin
and German; Anna Evans, Traverse
City, Mich., principal of County Nor-
mal; Mary Marvin, Hibbing, Minn.,
English; Frances Adelaide Cushing,
Niles, Ohio, mathematics; Mary L.

Clark, Cheboygan, Mich., German;
Mary Worth, Traverse City, Mich., sci-
ence; Nell B. Telver, Fremont, Mich.,
Latin and German; Harry Pabst,
Grand Rapids, South High School,
chemistry and mechanical drawing;
Isabel Hicks, assistant secretary of
the Alumnus Association; Harry A.
Brady, Ionia, Mich., science; Genevieve
McLouth, Wakefield; Mich., Latin and
German; Florence Quinlan, '15, How-
ard City, Mich., Latin and German;
Roy E. Waite, '13, Mt. Clemens, Mich.,
principal of High School; Samuel J.
Skinner, State Normal School, War-
rensburg, Missouri, English and ora-
tory; Ruth B. Miller, Muskegon, Mich.,
critic teacher in the County Normal;
Ora Sharpe, Pentwater, Mich., Eng-
lish and history.
3 ENGINEERS ISSUE "BLACK ELY,"
CAMP DAVIS' NEWSY NEWS
"The Black Fly," official organ of
the junior engineers at Camp Davis,
hot from the press, is replete with
typical engineering humor, stories,
cartoons, with a little news thrown in
on the side. The sheet is printed by
hand on transparent paper, and copies
are made on blue-print paper for cir-
culation. The paper is edited by R.
L. McNamee, and the business side is
under the guidance of L. F. Dietrich.

The Farmers& Mechanics Bank HlUSTON BROS.

South Main St[et State treet fice[jg
Corner Huron 330 So.State St
A 1OO10STRONG BANK WITH EVERY BANKING NEED

The Finest Billiard Room in the State
CIGARS AND CANDY
"We Try to Treat You Right"

The New Catalogue
of the
lliVP~it of ichigan-
IS NOW READY
Complete information concerning the eight Colleges
and Schools:
LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS,
ENGINEERING, MEDICINE, LAW, PHAR-
MACY, HOMEOPATHY, DENTISTRY,
GRADUATE, AND THE SUMMER SESSION
Special Courses in Forestry, Newspaper Work,
Landscape Design, Higher Commercial Education,
including Railway Administration and Insurance,
Architecture, Conservation Engineering, Education
(affiliated with Ann Arbor Schools for Observation
Study), and a Course for those preparing for the
scientific administration of departments of sanita-
tion and public health.
For Copy of Catalogue, Special Announcement, or
Individual Information, address
The Dean of the School or College in which interested, or
SHIRLEY W. SMITH
Secretary University Ann Arbor, Mich.

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