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July 01, 1916 - Image 2

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The Wolverine, 1916-07-01

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A RCA D E The official student newspaper for
the University of Michigan summer
how. t-td s W:odosi: ,:, 9: session. Published by the students on
Sat-sino o ooruff i"eroo Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday af-
Sm.arVieiu3.2" scaptio"rate-Byrcrrier sev
World." Children's Matinec, 4:30; ternoons. Twenty-five issues.
N10. 3Vigina earonin 'te Trn Subscription rates--By carrier, sev-
oft h ieRd"gatal Moty uferedy enty-five cents for the summer;
rues., 4-Robert Ideson in "Big Jit mailed to any address for one dollar.
Garritty," and Mutt and Jeff Cartoon Advertising rates-Furnished upon ap-
plication to the business manager.
k-_. -Subscriptions and ads taken at Quar-
ry's and University Avenue Phar-
Orpheum Theatre Oice ours Managing editor, 2:00
The House of Faimous Plays by Famous. to 3:00 daily; business manager,
Players 1:00 to 2:00 daily. Phone 960 or
io 'riles steppieg ssoes,"T'iangls
Cousedy,"Buockigsosiety." R'v1irge Address, The Wolverine, Press Build-
Sittiday-Nion., 53 - pustit isarntn in in g, Maynard St., Ann Arbor.
"David Gar? ick,"'also Burton Ito Ies
'travels. VreE unt-aaigEio
oues., 4 - e uwe o f opper witli aty aee E. Btrst4-Mnuging Editor
Tincher in "Sunshines ,"Triangle Phone-2414 or 1283-M
Coitedy, "The Snow Cure " suvng te . Verse Sellers-Basitess Etntger
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1ip JII IN TED JNES Torn C. Reid-Associate Editor
wn)o-t,, ''sAntisarbor and Jackston . C. Garrison-Sports Editor
as i Marion Wilson-Women's Editor
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Issue Editor-Bruce Swaney
Thegrowth of the summer school

of the University has been steady, but
aot apace with certain other big uni-
University School of Music versities. A gain of from 100 to 200
has marked nearly every summer ses-
ALBERT A. STANLEY, Director ,ion at Michigan in the past few years.
"A Gathering Place for Advanced Students" A similar increase is confidently look-
Annual Summer Session 'd for this July.
But there are accommodations for
EIGHT WEEKS - JULY 3-AUG. 25 several thousand students on the
Regular Fall Term begins Mon, Oct 2,1916 vichigan campus. Other big univer-
For Catalogue an infouaoutoaddress ities are realizing and taking ad-
CHARLES A SINK, Secretary vantage of similar conditions in their
Ann Arbor, Mich. 'nstitutions, and this is one of the
Ag factors by which they are clamber-
:n- one by one over Michigan's total
~ttendance record. If Michigan wants
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank to regain her former prestige in size,
gUsome action to induce more students
INCORPORATED 1869 to come to Ann Arbor is in order.
OFFERS One evident method would be for
Security-...- Se0vice- Location every student, alumnus, and faculty
S . . $ 000 man who has not left town, to apply
Resources.............. $3,700,080.00 personal boosting. It is late but there
Main Ofice N. W. Corner is still nearly a week in which to
sen, i.HuroneSts.r write a few letters, or write a short
Branch (ffice 707 Nrth Uni.- article for the Homeburg papers, or
ersity Avenue. just mention to some likely prospect
sfew facts about the summer session,
resplendent with its special lecture
your;; and enterlainment-s, and with
CO t inelcem 1nt tdst brilliant ad largest faculty
a summer session ever had.
(By eorge Caron)
We offer hereby-two niftily curled, (By Ha Church)
ty pretzels and a free peep at our-
If working in this office on a hot Assets
ly day-to any commencement week Mielsigan has the largest student
sitor who conscientiously and abso- 'uody she has ever had-a larger one
tely refrains from attempting to in- hai any of her athletic rivals.
nt a pun on "U Hall" during his or Mkhigan has a larger and better
r stay in the village. 3quipped athletic plant than she has
'ver had-one of the best in the
It may be that the, sage had it right country.
Itmay eru that esage adt rit Michigan has more and better
e~ion hearunetha onebut, "coss- . oaches than she ever had-a separate
low has ben chasing around with trainer for football has just been add-
co-ed all year and then has his l: to the staff.
Michigan has the largest body of
egular" dowo,: to see him graduate, iigaun fayAeia olg
jst cat hep drawing a few ig alum of any American college
,s ellyokn'tvw or university--and they are interested
,well, you know! in Michigan as witness the success of
( the Union campaign.
I and the Others Michigan has her heritage of athletic
is poker games that used to be prestige - "The Champions of the
Shall never be atain- West!"
to girls I used to go to see- Labilities
Will cling to other men. This year's football team was the
te beer I used to hurtle down first Yost team that ever lost three
Will moisten other throats- ames-and they just tied one of the
y "beauty" friends around the town weakest teams Pennsy had.
Will hunt up other goats This year's baseball team was the
id so I sit and sob and cry only Wolverine nine that ever failed
While fall the tears away- to win a game on the training trip.
it smile at this, that bye and bye This year's track team placed the
e bills that used to hit this guy- lowest of any Michigan squad which
'o:ie other ones must pay. has competed in the Eastern Intercol-
0 * legiates.
They tun This Every Sunmmer The Trial Balance
S sumer coeds and some'r old maids. In considering the causes for Mich-
In fact most of 'em are. igan's recent unsatisfactory athletic

Unitarian Chiurchl
State and Huron Streets
Sunday, July 2, at 10:30
Democracy and Religion
Violincello Solo by Mr. Weir
Notices and announcements for wo-
men should be telephoned to Marian
Wilson, 647.
perforgiances there is Js"t nue element
on which all critics agree-the lack of
The cause of this lack of material
for 'Varsity teams is attributed to
everything from the dancing craze to
facuity antagonism, from student poll-
ics to the war shortage.
but whatever the cpgse is, the result
must be changed. Michigan must get
athletic material and there are just
.wo sources. Michigan must either at-
tact prep school athletes who have
oeen trained, or she must develop un-
trained men within her student body.
Michigan has tried desperately to
succeed by the latter method. Student
publications, campus societies and the
athletic authorities have used every
weans possible to induce men to try
for the 'Varsity teams. But the effort
has failed. Over-organization or other
.infuences have made it impossible for
Michigan to get enough earnest work-
'rs on her athletic squads. Michigan's
apring football squad this year num-
bered about one-quarter that of her
athletic rivals, some of whom are
much smaller in enrollment.
Having failed to develop new talent,
Michigan must induce men of athletic
_xperience to enter the university. It
is apparently the only course, but it
presents unfortunate difficulties. Mich-
igan has alwys held herself in a dig-
nified attitude that has unfortunately
been interpreted as indifference in
some cases. The sentiment of Michi-
an has been opposed to taking too
active an interest in inducing athletes
to enter the University for fear the
.novement might be carried to im-
proper lengths or be given unwhole-
some significance in the eyes of other
But these other institutions work
hard-most of them in a legitimate
way-to induce prep school athletes
1'senter their halls, and the time has
come when Michigan must do likewise.
The proper part of the university
body to undertake this work is mani-
festly the alumni. The Detroit alumni
Wednesday took a big step in the right
Jirection by bringing a score or more
of athletes who graduated from Detroit
tigh schools this month to Ann Arbor
for the alumni day festivities. The
repsters were banqueted in Detroit,
ri en to Ann Arbor, and entertained
various ways while here.
The Detroit alumni have organized
ommittees to continue this work. If

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the alumni of other citiest
work in but a few years tb
to be a definite result.
istitutions must be adver
ruly as breakfast foods,
aonds. No intelligent mai
uy an article he knows
ind the alumni must prea
.o the young athletes of
if the utliversity is to rega
athletic footing and maint
ard in that field.
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