A R A D E The official student newspaper for
the University of Michigan summer
Shows at 3:oo, 6:30. 5:0, 9:30 session. Published by the students on
Thur., 27-Harold Lockwood and May Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday af-
Allison in "The Comeback," and Drew ternoons. Twenty-five issues.
Comedy. enos wnyfv sus
Fri. 28-Harold Lockwood&May Allison
in "One Cylinder Courtship" and Drew
Comedy, tsc. Subscription rates-By carrier, sev-
Sat. 9-Sallie Fisherin "Little Shepherd enty-five cents for the summer;
ofoBargain Row" "Trip Around the
Wo.ld" Children's matinee, 4.30, mailed to any address for one dollar.
"lPinocchis," and "Buster Causes a Advertising rates-Furnished upon ap-
C_____t ____._ plication to the business manager.
Subscriptions and ads taken at Quar-
O m T hry's and University Avenue Phar-
Orpheum Teatre m-y
'Office Hours: Managing editor, 2:00
Payer y by Famous to 3:00 daily; business manager,
1:00 to 2:00 daily. Phone 960 orj
Thurs.-Friday, 27-28-Peggy Hyland in 2414.
"Saints and Stoners." Bray Cartoons
Sat. 29-nBessie Barriscale in "Not My Address, The Wolverine, Press Build-
Sister," Triangle Comedy,"The Moon- ing, Maynard St., Ann Arbor,
shiners" Evening 25c
Sun.-Mon.3-3'-Blache Sweet in.'The
Thousand, Dollar Hs band."urton Verne E. Burnett--Managing Editor
Holmes Travels. Phone-2414 or 128-M
C. Verne Sellers-Business Manager
Phone-96 or 1460
The only Open-AirTheatre in Ann Arbor
Thurs., 27-"ILove's Toll," a remarkable
Fri 8-"The House of a Thousaod Can-
dies" Featuring Harry Mayestayer.
Sat. 29- "ThouShaltNot Covet." a fre
reel midocean drama, featuring
Katclyn williams and Tyron Powers.
DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson.
Cars run on Eastern time, one hour faster
an loal time.
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-5:so a.
*and hturly to y:so p.in., g:rosp. M.
Kalamoo Limited Cars- :48 a. m. and
ery two hours to 6:48 p. m.; to Lansing,
48 p. m.
Local Cars, Eastbound--5:35 a. io., 6:4n a. m.,
05 a. m., and every two hours to 7:05 p. m.,
05 p. m., 9:o5 p.,i., 20:50 p. m. To Ypsi-
nti only, :485 a. m. (daily except Sunday),
2o a. n., 12:05 p. m., 6:05 p. ru., 51:45 p.
Local Core, Westbound--6:os a. y., 7:5o a.
., and every two hours to 7:50 p. i., 50:20
M., 12:20 a. tn.
University School of Music
ALBERT A. STANLEY, Director,
"A Gathering Place for Advanced Studets"
Annual Summer Session
EIGHT WEEKS - JULY 3-AUG. 25
Reglar Fall Tern begins Mon., Oct. 2,1916
For Catalogue and information address
CHARLES A. SINK, Seoretary
Ann Arbor, Mish.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Seourity - Service - Location
Capital..... ..........$ 300,000.00
Surplus and Profit..........$ 175,000.00
Main Office, N. W. Corner Main
and Huron Sta.
Branch Office, 107 North Univ-
NN ARBOR--.W ITMORE LAKE
SCHEDULE JUNE 7, 1916
Monday to Friday
Tom C. Reid-Associate Editor
H. C. Garrison-Sports Editor
Mal-ian Wilson-Women's Editor
,Walter Atlas-News Editor
Bruce Swaney-News Editor
M. H. Cooley R. T. Mann
George W. Corwin Frank Martin
M. N. Elsenau Phil Pack
R. F. Fitzpatrick Ward Peterson
H. H. Gellert Grace Rose
Mary Gratiot Carl Rash
H. H. Haag Jerome Zeigler
Win H. Hogan Robert M. Schiller
Richard Goldsmith Allan Livingston
THURSDAY, JULY .27, 1916
Issue Editor-Ward D. Peterson
THE AMERICAN FLAG
An enormous flag, about 30 by 50
feet, will be unveiled at a mass meet-
ing in the Hill auditorium tomorrow
night. Small contributions have
brought up the required total. Old
soldiers will march onto the platform.
Little children will childishly vow
their allegiance to the great emblem
of patriotism. There will be much
clapping and cheering and singing.
Someone here and there will probably
weep. Then most of them will go
home and forget about the significance
of it all.
An enormous treasure, consisting of
scores of thousands of soldiers, will
be lying along the Rio Grande to-
morrow night. A state of national un-
preparedness brought them there.
Many of those soldiers will think about
the mass meeting In, the far north.
And they will believe that the people
at that meeting are vowing to com-
bine a bread-and-butter philosophy
along with their emotional patriotism
so that the families of the absent
militiamen will not suffer.
The big flag will be only a symbol.
It will be an introduction to another
campaign far bigger-the campaign
to get ample provision for the militia-
men's families who are in real danger
of the bitterest hardships of poverty.]
Straw and Felt
Hats 1-2 Prie .
FACTORY HAT STORE
118 E. Huron Near Allenel Hotel
40c candy reduced to 25c a pound.
-Sign in local candy store.
Yes, indeed, we enjoyed Hen Greet,
but then those campus chimes every
quarter hour,-well, you get my drift,
Woodrow W.-"Wei, my good man,
for whom are you going to cast your
ballot in the coming presidential elec-
-And Woody's still wondering!
Eddie Joy blinded when kicked in the
eye in attempt to tag base,
(And Eddie met de feet worst of all!)
No, Fernand, It Wasn't Baseball or
Sophisticated-"Going to Epworth
Unsophis-etc. Summer Stude-"The
League? Who plays in the league, to-
We hear that the soldiers at Mex
will be allowed to vote in the presi-
dential elections next fall, in absentia.
it's a cinch that neither Wilson nor
Debs will bat high in the border
BalL LEACUE 10 FAIL?
Law and Science Teams Show Little
Interest ts Organization;
The inter-departmental baseball
league has proved a great disappoint-
ment to its backers so far this season,
according to some of the managers,
and it is evident that some radical
change must take place 41 its organ-
ization if it is to finish out the season.
At present there are virtually but two
teams competing, the lits and the en-
gineers, the other two departments
failing to put nines in the field. In
fact, not a single law or science ball-
player has appeared on Ferry field
since the league season began. That
the scientists find it difficult to come
out is not surprising, as many of the
students of the departments composing
that team have afternoon laboratory
classes, but for the laws there seems
to be no possible excuse, except lack
of the good old "pep." The law school
in former years bas always boasted a
fine team and there is no reason why
it cannot have just as good a team
and display just as much interest this
year as ever before. An attempt will
be made to play out this week's sched-
le, which consists of two games, the
lits and scientists meeting today and
the lawyers and scientists coming to-
gether tomorrow. If this final attempt
is not successful, a meeting will be
held next Monday evening at 7:15 in
The Wolverine office to determine the
future of the league. Managers of all
teams, officers of the league, the cap-
tain of the all-campus team, and all
others niterested in summer baseball'
at Michigan are expected to be present.
The Women's League will have an
informal card party Friday afternoon
between the hours of 4 and 6, at the
New and Second-Nand
Drawing Instruments, Loose-Leaf Note Books
Student Supplies in General
Two Ice Cream
Repetti's Johnsons' Thorpe's
Mchigan and Fratern
Leather, Gold and
WATCH BRACE L
Extra Fine Repairs of Watches
HALLER ( F
STATE STREET JEWEL
. [ntc cole fate
Seattle, Wash., July 27.-According
to statistics made known by Recorder
E. N. Stone, of the University of
Washington, the summer attendance'
has surpassed by 321 the total enroll-
ment last . year, mnaking the present
enrollment number 1,386. All but
seven counties of Washington are rep-j
resented and most of the states of the
Union, as well as eight foreign coun-
A Right Spry Young Man, This.
Harry K. Young recently elected
captain of the Washington and Lee
University baseball team, is also cap-
tain of . the football, basketball, and
track teams at that college.
L. LANGER AND HERB VOLLMER
WILL SPLASH IN SWIM RACES
Followers of the splasher sport are
looking forward to a battle royal when
Ludy Langer and Herb Vollmer meet
in the championship 440-yard race at
New York next Saturday. Langer is
captain of the University of California
swimiming team and holds the Amieri-
can championships in thet440-yard,
half- mile, and mile swims. He now
represents the Los Angeles Athletic
Vollmer is the young man who broke
the American record in the 500-yard
indoor swim in the New York Athletic
club tank last week. He is captain
of the Columbia University tank squad
and is the metropolitan title-holder in
the quarter-mile swim.
After the race next week, both Lan-
ger and Vollmer will leave for the
west, competing in meets at St. Louis,
Los Angeles, and Honolulu. At the
latter place they will race Duke Kaha-
nomoku, the marvelous Hawaiian
Hamilton Business College
State aand William
METHODIST YOUNG PEOPLE TO
HOLD LAWN SOCIAL SERIES
All Methodist young people are In-
vited to a lawn party at the home of
George W. Sample at 406 Packard
street. This party isone of those held
under the auspices of the Wesleyan
guild of the First Methodist church
for summei- students and all other
young people of the Methodist church.
It is expected that there will be sev-
eral of these parties during the sum-
mer school session. Announcements
will be made in The Wolverine and
Ann Arbor Times News.
in Town is the
--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
Noon Luncheon, 50c
a Is carte
ANN ARBOR WHITMORE LAKE Thursday, July 27-Lecture-The Ot-
5:00 A, H. 9:15 A.HM ter Lake Agricultural School (illus-
t:00 P. M. 2:15 P. M trated), Mr. J. A. Doelle, Superin-
6:oo . 9:00 -2 tendent of Schools, Houghton, Mich-
igan. Auditorium of the Natural
Saturday and Sunday Science building, 5 p. m.
8:oo A. H. 9:15 A. M, Educational Motion Pictures, audi-
1:00 P. M. 2:I5 P- M- torium of the Natural Science build-
4:00 5:15 ing, S p. m.
7:00 " 9:00 " Friday, July 28-Lecture--Americana
(illustrated), Mr. W. L. Clements,
ave from Edsill's Drug Store, 2o8 So. Regent of the University of Mich-
Main Street, Ann Arbor. igan, Bay City: Auditorium of the
lve from Lake House, Whitmore Natural Science building, 5 p. m.
Lake. Lecture-The Story of the Making
of Steel (illustrated with motion
aro -- --p 50 p ictures), Assistant Professor A. H.
necial Round Trip.75 White, Auditorium of the Natural