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The Wolverine, 1916-06-29

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ido sat3.00, 630. 800, 9:3014
'hu. 2--Maroy Miles Mitrocr ' o1y
May' (Ret oand tDrew Comedy: -
Fr.3-ap ezand Irene ovley
i "ThePurpe Ldy" xtDew Comedy.
Sat. i-Hleanor Woodruff ho "How of
Submarine 6-' andTip Aondth
Wold." Childe' Matiee, 0.:0;
"Rumpelstiltskin."
Mon. 3-Virginia Person in "The 'tr
of the Road' ad Msty Sffe Cody.
Orpheum Theatre
The Hloose of Faous Plys by Famouso
Sat. t-Frank lKeean With Mote Bolnd
ino'Te Steppiog Stoe," Tioglo
Comedy,"Bckig Socity.' Beoig 15c
Sody.Mo., 23-D-ustin: Poce ,io
" DaidGarrick," alsBurtn.taaw0.ms
'Ce,:,-D1e Wolf Hope with Fay
Tiocc toin"Soooie tld''t'iooglP
Comedy,"TeSn 'oCure" 'cg 5C
DEIV1T (IT NITET) LINESf
Btte,co[ Dtet .,nnAor ian ad jacte'.
'-acocoo t Itotc tine. oe hoar foste
Detroit Liteied ad Expres Dos--h :0
oo oryto 7'10 . n . s9"" . n.
K ale 000z-Limited Ca::8:8a. a.n.od
cy 0 'a.wo hosto 6:4 p . ;totLasig
Loc.al Cas, Eatbond-5:3 a. i.6:40 a. t.,
4,1 a. in.,and eey two'houto 7oo:05 V. .
B:0- 1..0an., 9:0 p. i01, 0:30 p. to. To Yt-t
,ooi oly, :48 a. t. (daiy except Snday.
:60 6. mto0:0S p" 0., 6:01 P i.,010:41 P.
Lol fare,"Wetbootd-6:o a. tn., :0 a.
,ad eeytohourto 7:50yP.tn,.,t-12
2p 2 . yt., 07 ta. in.
University School ot Music
ALBERT Ac STANLEY, Director
1A Gathering Place tr danced Studets"
Annual 'Summer Session
EIGHT WEEKS - JULY 3-AUG. 25
Reglar Fall Term begita Mn., Oct. 2, 1916
F-:oc fatogoc oond Infomatio oaddrss
CHARLES A.SINK Secreary
Ann Arbor Mih.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
INCORPORATED 1889
OFFERS
Security - Service - Location
Captitat ............$ 30,000.09
Surplus and Profi.......$ 7,000.09
Reoturees...9.I... 3,700,00000
Mains Office, N. W. Corner Main
and Huron St.
Brnnebh Offc, 707 Nortla Uiv'-
erity 'Avenue.
ANN- ARBR---WITMOBE LAKE
SCHEDULE JUNE 7, 1916
Monday to Friday
t.EAVOI LAVLi
ANN AROR WHITMRE LAKE
3:0D A. M. 9:15 A. 3.
I:00 P. 158. 2:15 P.'31.
6:00. 00 :0:r)
Saturday and Sunday
8:00 A. M. 9:15 A.31.
1:00 P. M. 2:5 00 M.
4:'00 <,5:15
7:00 9:00
Leave frotuo Hdsill'o Drug Store, 2oS So.
Mlain Street, Moot Arbor.
Leave froth Lake Hoose, Witittoore
Lake.
Fare 50 cents

H. S. HOPPER, Prop.
D)eanaMotimer Cooley, of tite Ui-
veroity engineerin~g college, and Dr.
flarrison 31. Randall, both represent-
jog1 the University, spoke at the dedi-
cation exercises of the Epworth ploy-
oical laboratory building, at Albiono, a
few days ago.
Ilrof. Albert A. Stanley, director of
the University School of Music, will
spend the summer in Maine.
Prof. A9. 13. Stevens, secretary of tihe
College of Pharmsacy, and Mrs. Stev--
ens, are spending the summer at their
sonos ranch in California.

'-THE WOLVERINE

THE WOLVERINE
The official student newspaper oo
the University of Michigan smnme
sessiotn. Published by testtdents ott
Toesday, Thurstlay and Saturdy af-
ternoons. Twenty-five issues.
Subscription rates--By carrier, sev-
enty-five cents for the summer;
mailed to any address for 0130 dollar.
Advertising rates-Furnishoed upon ap-
plication to the buines maager.
Subscriptions and ad taken at Quar-
ry's and University Avenue Phar-
macy.
Office H-otr: Managitg editor, 2:00
to 3:00 daily; buiness mnaoager,
1:00 to 2:00 daily. Phone 960 or
2414.
Adodreso. The Wolverine, Preso Build-
ing, Maynard ft, An Arbor.
Veinte E. Bfrnet-Matoissag' Editor
P1h0ne0--2-114 or 123-M1
C. Vi-:'ae elteros-Alosintess lItottoger
Phone -9t0 or 1400
Tono C Reid-Asoiate E dtor
II. C. Garriono-Stports Editor
Marion Wilson-lWomens Editor
THURSDAY, itUNE 29, 1916
15s9sue ditor-'loil~p ' Pack
BON VOYAGE
Two University senioro will sail
front New York harbor within a fewo
days, to do social servien won thle
Grat "Wa-rcounotries As their ship
sweeps out 000 the blue breast of te
sea, the big buildings sd fle crowded
piers,. bidding them fair sailing, or
"Boot voyage," will melt ito te hori-
Thec biggest fleet which ever ast off
fron the campos cosiss of thos year's
graduaoting seniors. Te caops bids
theomo"Boo voyage."
There is nothing ~isouy about this
farewell. The sooior :10 not suodetly
quit campus lfe, for tey merely
clamooer inot the reaims of alumnnoidoom,
which is the real Utiversity. Graoted
that it Is natural oly for one to be
working for a living, the four years or
so of canpus life are unnatural, and
not until his franmed diploma hangs 000
the wall does a college man assome
his natoural function.
When the shipos go out to sea at the
close of Commencement Week, ooy
the skyline of buildings disappears,
whereas fle essentials always go wito
theon in fle foron of a spirit, a record,
and a future.
Tiouo the tart of Uniersity Whieo
is left n tfloea ropis after Commnce-
ment, althogh aware that perils it-
fest fle waves, nevertheless hopes that
all the. graduates will reach their far-
off detinations happy and safe. That
is w hat is ircuded in our 'on
oyage0"
Campu s in Brief
C. C . Fut,(Chiese egiaeer, recently
graduated frono the University, hao
been recalled recently to his tative
country as a result of the death of
Presideot Yuano Sl ia. Fuo was work-
tug, at the time of his recall, in an
autonobile platnt in Kenosha, 'Wis.,
where his ability had jost begn to be
recognized.
Dr. NarayanaS0. ItHardikar, assistatt
to Dr. Vaughan, recently wired Presi-
dent Wlsolon his offer, co-perationo
and service in fle present crisis be-
tweenthle United States and Mexico.
Dr. Hlardikar is presiet of the Mmn-

dusthan Assoeciation of America, and
"is loyal to the adotinistration in spite
of .the immigration bill whoich cgasses
Hindus as "undesirables." t
The AnnatArbor E pet it Sfira g e 'lub
held a luncelon June 21, at the city
Y. W. C. A. Mrs. C. Edgar Alleot, of
Detroit, president of the Waynoe Couno-
ty Suffrage Associstioo, spokce in thoo
[afterooo on the Chicago convenotion.
D~eana 11. 3L.BIates, of the La0w School,
kanod Mrs. Bates, ale senodinog the suon-
moer too Berkeley, Californois, where
Dean Bates u-ill give a course in fthe
sumnoer sehool,

Ntces and osoioso aocenoo'nls 11or w-
Men s haold fbe telel0oted o l f liri
Wfilseon, 50.
Coumbrnncccmct
tnc" tpono a tioethere 'was a com-
acocemeelt day speaker who did not
tol the youthul gradutes that they
mulst start at the bottom of the ladder
and twrk up to gt sanywere in this
woorld. to spntfle rest of lis life
in te uivll-kno0wn buhogsuse.
awon 1:1;Mle O01011cReltics of tie Past-
lisfte 'w 't girl graduate'wloo used
oea o:w1 t esay 000 "P'lato0c A'e-
ie::f'rol: the little platform::o000cliss
'to. :3ten :days ilater tos s inelp
y S:n':McIlu'le or Will Hert to
;fl(- liheir co~lltO for life.
Shis0stil to e foundintfle funn~y
'iaj eta or tn tie old red vollme of
--:t..c Densoore. ,
A Real Reoason fofr iapiness
"What ails Jami'son,-wehy is te so
jubilnt?"
"Well, youls0--.
"Etgaged to3 a quee?
"No, its thissvw'y.----
"fOh, unoce just died andle :ft hoomoa
milion, eh?"
"tO, sue ceed tot e'raduoatig frme
the law' department?'
"Nat, wron00.-i sn;he--,
"Olldlm0an00gve hioota:mooor boot?
"N:o, y01 dlon't unde1 rsi:tad--"
'oswao, I bit:, whassa' joke?"
li's tIUl:ckd off ooe of these po-
011l j os io toee100om0 tollsn, where
yo etcaround:1in the city hlloito
yor ft on 10the:ftabl alldt drawv toco-
!y-ivsells a week for te smmner.'
"tveet refloe uses of adverisity,-
,xcp' hnthoco le hoom00teamloIs.e:s.
Whlte a la rgelumber of tho retnrn-
ing alumno, tils year os-rCEngieer
the police' dearmnet reporto that a
majority of thenm weeILi.
(ly Phil Ptok)
MElXICA' UltLI-TIN
In tliglt of fle recentotMlexican di-
turbatnccs, it seemst hot fair that we
herewith. pulblsh somel: of the nanes of
Miclhigano celebrites :at fle front:
Major 1-tad Ache, tolone do Pecan,
'cnoral ouitsnce, and Corporal Pun-
ishment
You'll 1f011'lher of the bcadis,
"01Whece11:heoravcoschisper lot0s of
love,
You'll fine! 10:- at the lake-shore,
Or t inteut:: insl hlfio'0g oabov.
boo Neect.:rtbe ach,201:vanitot!;eah,
She'"s tere, no:t bere, 000 oct --
-Obe'swee a'l:11the oorld is care-fre.
_Not bre100 sumnoe-shool!
S0.1111OF THA1 T llI1ll~td t hcll.
. T':.t'
"Yu ollg rda:oys e wre csy,
Compared withof oviat's to c oe,
IOf te bread of life, m y boy,
Yo'e tasted btf a crumtob
Nose go ionfle figt right atay,
And lose the:- 00'r10a otan,
Beep brat- you boonrtod ,am bitiono
bright,

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