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The Wolverine, 1916-07-20

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THE WOLVERINE

THE WOLVERINE'
The official student newspaper for
the University of Michigan summeri
session. Published by the students on
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday af-
ternoons. Twenty-five issues.
Subscription rates-By carrier, sev-
enty-hive 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-
macy.
Office Hours: "Managing editor, 2:00
to 3:00 daily; business manager,
1:00 to 2:00 daily. Phone 960 or
2414.,
Address, The Wolverine, Press Build-
ing, Maynard St., Ann Arbor,
Verne E. Burnet-Managing Editor
Phone-,2414 or 1283-H,
C. Verne Sellers-B ilness iltaunager
Phone-960 or 1460

ri.20-2a-George Behan iu "Pas-
Bray Cartoons.
wm. Collier in "The No-Good
Triangle Comedy, "A Dashof
ge"Svening 15C
.3-2.--'MaeMurray in sweet
aellairs.' Burton Holmes Tra-

DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ass Arbor and Jackson.
Cars ras as Fasters tims, ass hear laster
an local time.
Detroit Limited and Express Cars--:sa a.
iaedhourly tao :, . In., 9:.10 .
Kalsmass a Limtd Cars- 8:48 a. m. and
'ry tse hours to 6:48 p. M.; to Lansing,
Local Cars, Eastbound-5 :35 a. m., 64o a. m.,
05 a s.,asd every two hOurs to 7:05 p. m.,
0.:-,oasp ,,la ]oGO P s,. Ta Yps'
nti only, 1R45 a. a. (daily cel ct Sunday),
as a. a, : p. in. 6:0 p. 31 ., 11:45 P.
Local Care, Westbound-6:o5 a. I., 7:50 a.
,and eery two hours to 7:50 . M., 10:20
a., r2:20 a. M.
University School ot Music
ALBERT A. STANLEY, Director
"A Gathering Place for Advanced Students'"
Annual Summer Session
EIGHT WEEKS JULY 3-AUG. 25
Regular Fall Term begins Mon., Oct. 2, 1916
for Catalogue and Information address
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary
Ann Arbor, Mih.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
INCORPORATED 1869
OFFERS
Seurity- Service - Location
Capital.......................$ 300,00:00
Surplussand Profit...........$ 175,000.00t
Resources.................:...$3,700,000,00
Main Office, N. W. Corner Main
and Huron Stas.
Branch Office, 707 North Univ-
ersity Avenue.
NN ARBOR- WHITMORE LAKE
Motor Bus
SCHEDULE JUNE 7, 1916
Monday to Friday
LEAvao LEAVE
ANN ARBOR WHITMORE LAKE
8:oo A. H. 9:15 A. I.-
1:00 P. M. 2:15 P. .m-
6:oo " 9:00
Saturday and Sunday
S:oo A. B. 9:15 A.- .
I:oo P. M. 2:5 1. .M-
4:00 5:=5
'7:00 9:00
eave from Edsill's Drug Store, 2oSo.
Main Street, Ann Arbor.
eave from Lake House, Whitmore
Lake.
=are - - - - - 500
Special Round Trip, 75o
lE V HILL, ,. ER 'It DAILY
EDITOR, GETS LIEUTENANTSHIP
Harry Hill, -'71, asIatnt to Judge
'inkney of the juvenile court or Chi-
ago, is now a lieutenanit in the 1st
Ilinois Cavalry stationed at Browns-
ille, Texas.
In a letter to one of the muembers
f The Wolverine staff he says that
t is just a little distanca from a
le ican army of two thousand and
bey can see their tents by day and

Tom C. Reid-Associate Editor
H. C. Garrison-Sports Editor
Marian Wilson-Women's Editor
Walter Atlas-News Editor
Bruce Swaney-News Editor
teporters
H. 1. Cooley R. T. Mann
George W. Corwin Frank Martin
M. N. Elsenau Phil Pack
11 F. Fitzpatrick Ward Peterson
H. o. Gellert Grace Rose
It. 1. sHaag Jerome Zeigler
Mary Gratiot
Bsine s Statf
Wm. H. Sogan Robert M. Schiller
Richard Goldsmith Allan Livingston
THURSDAY, JULY 201916
Issue Editor-Jerome Zeigler
FRl&EZE OR FRY?
Are you the proud possessor of a
first-class grouch? Are you goin
about with an acrid bitter look on your
usually pleasant face? Has your sense
of humor so far deserted ye that you
fail to appreciate a joke? Do yout
shun your friends? Have you lost
your appetite?
The hot weather, of course!
Do you feel hot and sticky when you
get up in the morning? After your
shower are you hotter and stickier
than you were before? Do you go to
breakfast and emerge from a hot din-
ing room dripping with persiratin?
Do you swelter in the class-room? Do
you sit on the benches about the cam-
pus and reast? Do you go swiolming
or canoeing in the hopes of a reprieve
from the boiling sun, and come back
baked? Do you attempt to study, mis-
erably worn out, cursing the heavens
glittering beams? Do you go out on
the veranda thinking the night breezes
will bring you relief, and then pile in-
to a hot bed and toss restlessly all
thorugh the night? Do you repeat
this day after day?
Can anything be worse?
When you jump out of bed in the
morning do you feel cold land chilled?
Does the goosefesh make you quiver'
even after you have rubbed the skin
down to the blood after an icy shower?
Do you shiver through a breakfast of
hot cereal, hot cakes, hot eggs, hot
coffee? Do you shrink when the fresh-
air-camp professor opens the windo'
at least a inch? Do you go to gym
and wear yourseif out, coming forth
shaking and trembling under your
heavy clothing? Do you sit around a
big fire and toast your shins, while
your back feels like an icicle? Do you
huddle under a mountain of covers in
a frigid room and pray for morning:
and the warmth of companionship?
Do'you repeat this day after day?
Can anything be worse?
Look around at the beautiful things
about you. The trees, the lawns, the
birds, the cooling waters, the lovely
evenings, the sky, the moon and the
stars. Look at the flood of snow, the
frozen rivers, the long hill-slides, the'
cozy log-fires, the enervating winds,

the rosy cheeks, the dewy hair, the
cherry lips.
Quit crabbing about the weather. It
islt so had after all, and you can't
chane1 i.
Iichigrins
1. Eceol
"Man wants but little here below"
In all this "merry whirl."
lut a guy's regrets
Are worst when he gets
No letter from his girl.
Of jewels rare we choose the fair
And evanescent pearl.
But its joy is bum
Compared, by gum
To a letter from our girl.
The postman's feet with stolid beat
Rewards our eager ear.
We wish his step
Would show more pep
As we wait with aching fear.
'What's this wve see, the signs of glee
O'er spreads his mug (or better)?"
"It falls our lot
To judge him not-
--sigh-
He reads his s--'s letter."
The weather-man promises a rain
before long, ut the probability is tsat
he also has been affected by the heat.
* *K*
We didn't know that black garters
were so popular until the recent white
trousers epidemic.
Campus Characters, No. 1
Pat Skully, who has been an em-
ploye at the University hospital for
forty years.
Famous Songs, N. 99234526
TIhe lrize-fighter's -"WhenI 1get
You Alone Tonight."
This Isn't Our Poiey, But Ie Needed
Solething
It has been rumored that Camels
will reduce in price fifty per cent. In
colserquence of which, Uiversity oi-
dials are plreparing fey a greatly in-
creasedserolleent for lext fal.
As yet no big league scouts have
been seen hovering around Ferry field
watching the preliminary practices of
the midsummer stewdent league.
"French Retake Somme Towns"
-Chicago Tribune.
And we judge that there were
Somme others which were not re-
taken.
Got the Job Thru' Pull No Doubt
"Archie Squier who got graduated
from the dentist department of the
U. of M. this spring, has got a fine
position in Calumet where he will go
soon."-Ovid Register Union.
New Form of Locomotion
"Appendicitis Takes Sexton to bes-
pita."-Head from Tle Michigan
Daily.
And who, may we ask, will bring
the sexton back to the cometery?
Heart Aches
(fy lyother Grundy)
Dear Masam Grundy-The other day
I went to visit one of the girls who
lives at Newberry and forgot my hat.
How can I get it back? Hatless.
Dear Ilerman-Ift seems to me that
this would afford a good excuse, to
your roomie, to call again.
While the hand played at West park
last night, three students carolled
"Drinl, Drink, Everyone Drik," ads

all they could get was pop.
MSE T'A'I S TOM LOVELL FOR
ANI)'a'lbiat tOBBLIl.ED LIHRE VERSE
Tom Lovell appeared in the Press
buildine 1of1ice this morning without a
hat, with his negligee costume of an
inly shirt sewed up with a string, and
fired with the spirit of '76 and "Amer-
ica," and read off to the awed staff
the following roaring, galloping can-
,:slenede of verse. Next week he promi-
ses to se what good he can say about
the Ann Arbor boys and girls, what

SUMMER SCHOOL
TD E X T BO O(DKS
New and Second-Hand
Drawing Instruments, Loose-Leaf Note Books
Student Supplies in General
UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE

i

CANDIES CANDIES
Canoe Fountain
Lunchesa┬░Lunches
for and
Two at Ice Cream
OPuLA

i

Repett9

Johusons'

Thorpe's

Michigan and Fraternity Jewelry
Leather, Gold and Silver
WATCH BRACELETS
Extra Fine Repairs of Watches and Jewelry
HALLER FVLL ER
STATE STREET JEWELERS

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they haven't done; and what they will
do, ought to do and should do, as
"they," he says, "have left undone
those things which they ought not
have done, etc."
INN ARBOR-A CITY OF FAME
Written by Dr. Tom Lovell
July 20, 1916
Copyright Reserved
Ann Arbor City that's standing
With its name of fame
High up where light
Flows down into the mind.
Where some knotty work is done
In undoing the knot to find
The solution to the problem
That's found undone of the hardest
kind.
American country 'tis of thee,
In which this city stands
With its buildings and its campus
In a land of sweet liberty found.
Where minds are young and tender
Coming to it starting to train
Within the rooms of the U. of M.
Making powerful men.
Land of the fathers' pride
Where these men will be
Found when thru with Ann Arbor
To keep this country free.
So that the pilgrims pride may stand
Found in every mountain side
With shame and sin banished from
Its ocean foamthat rolls.
Let Freedom ever ring to swell
Our fathers' God and you,
Ann Arbor City to dwell
With minds that are found to do,
Within the fair garden of learning.
Where lies that word spelled doubt,
And when one is found to get in it
It's found hard then to get out.
Let mortal tongues ne'er say
To freedom's holy light
Causing the mind to be
Found in the dark thru sight
That only wants to seek it
Shorthand Typewriting
Bookkeeping Penmanship
Hamilton Business College
state and William

Where no light is found in at all
For intelligent light that's flowing
Will never on that mind'fall.
Come and take a walk around it
This famous city some day,
Beautiful with its boulevard
And its river that flows on its way.
Making the city up what it stands for
And that is for Intellectual Light,
The center where education
Is found scattered from in light.
WANTED-From the person who took
the panama hat from the hatrack in
University Library, Wednesday
night, the return of it to the rack at
once and thus the avoidance of
further trouble.
The Coolest
Dining Place
in Town is the
te Room
-easily reached by north or
south elevators; open from
eight in the morning till five
in the afternoon.
The service is high grade,
and all menus are prepared
by a chef who was for a
number of years employed by
one of the leading New York
clubs.
Noon Luncheon, 50c
Regular Servicc
a la carte

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