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THE WOLVERINE

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Orpheum Theatre
The Houseof FamyrsPlaysbyFamous t
Playrs
Thurs.-Friday, Io-i-Eda Goodrich in
"the Making of Magdalena." Bray i
Carton Comiedy. -
Sat.,12-B. B. Warner in "The Market
of Vain Desire." Triangle Comedy.
Pay 'Tincher in "The Two O'Clock
Train." Evening, I5c.
San-Mon.. 13-14-Marguerite Clark in
Sitlksand-atins." Paramount Trav-
et.Eveing IC-
C A R D E N
TheoalyOpen-AirTheatreinAnnArbor
Smoking permitted
Thurs., ro-"Captain Jinks," featuring
Richard Travers.
Fri., i-The Millionaire Baby," diama.
tiled from the sensational novelby
Anna Kathelyn Green
Sat. 12-"The Law Deides," the biggest
emotionalidrama of the year. Now
playing at 2c a at in Nw York and
Chicago. No cange in ptcs: lo.
ARCADE
Shows at 3:oo. 6:30 8:n0, 9:30
Thur., ta-P. X. Bushman and Beverly
Bayne in "A Cilliona Minute" (Ret.)
and MaotFigmanaComedy.-
Fri., 11-Dorothy Greene ih"The Devil
at His Elbow," and Figman Comedy
Sat., z-Lillia walker in "The Ordeal
of Elzaeth." Chip Comedy ad
"Trip Arood the World." y d
Childen Matinee, 4:3t-"'ansel
and Grotel"and "Chip's Elopement.'
Children 5c, adlteloc.
DETROIT UNIED LINES
Betoren Detrait, Ann Arbor and Jackson
Cars run on aster time, one hour faster
tan local time.
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-:to a.
. and h1uly to 7:o p.ta.,9to p.m.
Kalamazo 0Limited Car --8:48 a. m ad
ery lavo hurn ta 6148 p- .; to Lasin.
Local Cars, Eathbound-5: s a. ,a.6:a. a.,
teae.ad eeryto hosto 7os P-11.,
:05 p. .,o 9:05 p. to., o50 p. m. To Ypsi-
nti only, S:48 a.,t. (daily except Sunday),
r-o a. i., :05 p. m., 6:05 . no., 1 :45 p.
Local Core, Westboad- 6:o a. in., 7:50 a..
.,and eeryt-ohours to 7:50 p. a., :o:2
Uniersity School ot Music
ALBERT A. STANLEY, Director
"A Gatherng Place tor AdVanced Students"
Annual Summer Session
EICHT WEEKS - JULY 3-AUC. 25
Regular Fall Termbegins Msn., Oct. 2,1916
For Catalogue and Infocatioa address
CHARLES A..SINK,..Sartary
Ann Arbor, Micht
The Ann Arbor Savings Baik
INCORPORATED 1869
OFFERS
Seourity- Service - Location
Capitl.............. .... $ 30,000.00
Srplns and Profit.$.. 175,00.00
Resources...................$3.700,000.00
fain Office, N. W. Corner Main
and Hurone Ste.
Branch Office, 707 North Univ-
ersity Avenue.
ENN ARBOR--EWHITMORE LAKE
Motor Bus
SCHEDULE JUNE 7, 191d
Monday to Friday
LVAVE LEAVE
ANN ARBOR WHITMORE LAKE
8:0 A. M. 9:15A.-M.
I:obP.]M. 2:15 P. M.

6:oo 9:00
Saturday and Sunday
8:oo A. M. 9:15 A. M.
1:00 P. M. 2:15 P. M.
4:00 " 5:15
7:00 9:00
,eave from Edsill's Drug Store, 2o So.
Main Street, Ann Arbor.
eave from Lake H ouse, Whitmore
oake.
Fare - ----- 500
Special Round Trip, 75o

THE WOLVERINE
The official student newspaper for
the 'University of Michigan summer
sesson. Publiohed by the tudents on
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday af-
ternoons. Twenty-five issues.
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. Burnett-Managing Editor
Phone--2414 or 1283-M
C. Verne Sellers-Business Manager
Phone-960 or 1460
Tom C. Reid-Associate Editor
H. C. Garrison-Sports Editor
Marian Wilson--Women's Editor
Walter Atlas-News Editor
Bruce Swaney--News Editor
Reporters
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
Business Staff
Wn. II. Hogan Robert M. Schiller
Richard Goldsmith Allan Livingston
THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1916.
Issue Editor-Ward Peterson
BRIDGE-BUILDERS
Most of what we do and say dies in
a week. Thus it goes with newspapers,
dinner-table talk, assigned readings at
school, and remarks dropped in the
office or shop.
One way of adjusting this statement
with the continuity of human progress
is to think that every sentence we say
or write is fitting together the stones
in a great bridge. This bridge is slow-
ly advancing over vast seas toward
the hazy shores of the ideal land
whither humanity may sometime ar-
rive.
Thus when a college lets a corrupt
lawyer, a careless scientific specialist,
or a journalist without ideals escape
into the world, the whole fiber of
spans, arches, railings, and butresses
of the great bridge of humanity is im-
periled because of inferior material.
Graduates of colleges are among the
two per cent which leads the opinion
and uses the power of most civilized
countries. Thus the college man be-
comes the bridge-builder.
He has the responsibility for the safe
crossing of all mankind for all time.
LOUIS HALL, JR,, WELL AGAIN
Will Resume Work With the American
Ambulance Corps in Paris
Word has been received from Dr.
Louis P. Hall, of the Dental College,
that his son Louis, has recovered from
scarlet fever. Hall is in Paris work-
ing with the American Ambulance
Corps.
Hall's duties with the ambulance
corps Are receiving the wounded sol-
diers from the base hospital sent to

Paris, taking them from the station in
a car, and delivering them to the
American hospital in Paris. For sev-
eral months he worked in the Vosges
mountains, near the firing line, trans-
porting the soldiers from the field hos-
pitals to the base hospitals.
'259 Graduate Students Here This Year
The same number of graduate stu-
dents as last year are enrolled in
the University according to A. H.
Lloyd, dean of that department. 259
are enrolled.

Straw and Felt
Hats 1-2 Price
FACTORY HAT STORE
118 E. Huron Near Allenel Hotel
Ilichigrins
Number 24'-At Huston's-"Hail,
Hail, the Gang's All Hear!"
Famous songs, No. 23; The canoe-
ist's "By the Bridge at Moonlight."
Although we of this colyunm are not
puffed tip a bit, we believe the biggest
'grin of the year will come off when
summer school's over.
llead-A. A. 'Times-News'
SUBMERSIBLE
BREMEN SUNK,
BERLIN HEARS.
--How decidely peculiar!
At the Wolves' Party Last Summer
"Officiate is a news-phrase that is
done to death. B. Alexander, give us
an example of its correct useage."
B. Alexander, "I nearly died of a
fish I ate."
No wonder he pulls so many bones!
The Wolverine Rattle Cry.
(Sung to the tune "Love Me, and the
World is Mine.")
"I care not for the Sun that shines.
I never read the Evening Times.
Although I read the Journal,
Five cents-and the Wolverine is
mine."
Lightning Lit on
Literary Light
The lightning only started matters
when it struck the campus flag pole
last week, and was careless enough to
leave an appaling amount of work for
the campus laborers to finish up. In-
stead of making a clean break, and
carrying the stricken brass bell, to-
gether with the splintered staff, many
miles away, it thoughtlessly left to the
unhappy workmen the business of tak-
ing down the useless part and re-
moving it, by means of a "donkey en-
gine." They're still at it, and judg-
ing by their comments, they don'e fav-
or the business.
B. F. Rosenthal, '16, Admitted to Bar
B. F. Rosenthal, '16L, has been re-
cently admitted to the bar, and is now
practicing in Detroit, Mich., with his
brother, also a graduate of the Law
School.

SUMMER SCH OOL

T E XT B O O KS
New and Second-Hand
Drawing Instruments, Loose-Leaf Note Books
Student Supplies in General
UNIS OKR S

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CANDIES CANDIES
Canoe Fountain
Lunches n Lunches
for and
Two Ice Cream
POPULAR

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Re petli's

Johnsons'

Thorpe's

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Michigan and Fraternity Jewelry
Leather, Gold and Silver
WATCtl B RA C E L ETS
Extra Fine Repairs of Watches and Jewelry
HALLER ( FVLLEK
STATE STREET JEWELERS

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NATURE

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How strange to men all Nature's
workings seem!
And yet, the strangest of them,
curious mind,
Searching through Nature with
eagerness to find
The whole of truth, but vaguely *
sees the dream,
A dream most beautiful, most
grandly true,
Hidden in human breast from
endless time, *
An image of the truth inborn,
sublime, a
That once shall dawn on men in
mornings' dew,
In gentle breezes and the radi-
ant sun,
In stars, and in the murmurs of 0
a brook,
In the things living all in all as
one,
And light shall strike great
Nature's open book*
For all to read the truth that
thinking mind
Is Nature striving her own self
to flind. *
-B. Zalewski.
August, 1916.
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100 MUCH POLIJICS IN
CONSULRR APPOINIMENIS
Tiinks Fleagel of University of Porto
Itico; Latin-Americans Favor
Democracy.
"The blood of the Latin-American
people is blue with aristocracy," said
Dean F. K. Feagle, of the University
of Porto Rico, who is working for his
doctor's degree in the education de-
partment here this summer. "It is the
heritage of Old-World Spain. But in
theory the Latin-Americans favor dem-
ocracy and desire to model their in-
stitutions after those of the United
States.
The diplomats of the Southern Re-
publics need to be a little more con-
genial, thinks Mr. Fleagle. The Porto
Rican boys can be trained in the Uni-
versity of Porto Rico majoring in
political science, history, and inter-
national law. This will give them
American ideals of statesmanship.
The system of consular appoint-
ments, according to Dean Fleagel, is
at present too largely political for
the needs of these misunderstood
Latin-American countries. The 400
Porto Ricans who study liberal arts,
medicine, engineering, agriculture, and
education, provide the islands with a
sufficient number of professional men.
"The South American countries
need more men of all professions,"
says the dean. "Doctors who plan to
open offices in Venzuela, Nicaragua,
or Argentina, will get a running start
by taking a course in tropical med-
icines soon to be offered at the Uni-
versity of Porto Rico, according to
Dean Fleagle's expectations.
Field Gets Athletic Job at Flint, Mich.
Paul L. Field, '16, has been appoint-
ed athletic director of the city of Flint.
Field was a broad-jumper on the Var-
sity track squad while in the Univer-
sity.
WANTED-Student to run dishwash-
ing machine. Inquire, Miss Hunt,

Clyde Bastian to Coach at Fostoria, E,
Clyde Bastian, '16, former Varsity
football player and member of the
track squad, has accepted a position
as athletic coach at the Fostoria high
school, Fostoria, 9.
Patronize Wolverine Advertisers.
Shorthand Typewriting
Bookkeeping Penmanship
Hamilton Business College
State and William
The Coolest
Dining Place
in Town is the
fflach
tea IRoom,
--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 merus 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 Service
a la carte

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