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The Wolverine, 1917-06-30

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PAG FOU THE WOLVERINE
1121 South W~ 605 East
University

General Pershing
joins His Troops
Expedition Reaches France Safely;
No Information as to Part in
War Troops Will Play
Washington, June 29.-Complete re-
ports from Major-General Pershing
upon the landing of his first expedi-.
tion -in France still were lacking to-
night. The delay may be accounted
for by the report that until today Gen-
eral Pershing did not personally visit
the American encampment.
At the navy department reports are
awaited from the commander of the
convoy that accomplished without a
marring incident, so far as known, one
of the greatest tasks ever assigned a
naval force.
Plans Kept Secret
There was much discussion today
relative to when the American forces
will take over a part of the great
battle line in France. Whatever plans
have been made in this regard are
closely guarded. No official of any
branch of the government would ad-
mit having any knowledge on the sub-
ject.
In a general way, however, it is
known that a considerable period must
elapse before the troops can be thrown
forward into the trenches.
Attend State Bar Ass'n Meeting
Dean Henry M. Bates and Prof. E. C.
Goddard of the Law school left yester-
day for Grand Rapids to attend the
Michigan State Bar association meet-
ings. The meetings will close this
evening.
CLASSIFIED
FOR SALE
WANTED-Young lady wants room for
the summer with private family or
in quiet house. Address Box B. B.,
Wolverine.
WANTED-Position as second maid or
will take care of children. Address
Box A. A., Wolverine.
C H OP S V EY
Open During Summer School
11 A. M. toi1P.M.
ICHIGAN INN
Phone 948-R 601 E. Liberty St.

URG[S ClIlZES ID AID
NAlY R ELIEF SOCI[IY
Governor Sleeper Asks for Spport of
People to Assist in
Work
Governor Albert F. S. Sleeper on
Monday, June 25, issued a proclania-
tion to urge the citizens of the state
to assist financially and otherwise
the widows, orphans, and mothers of
men of the navy and marine corps.
This work is being carried on by the
Great Lakes auxiliary of the Navy
Relief society.
The governor's proclamation is as
follows:
"The Great Lakes auxiliary of the
Navy Relief society has asked me to
issue a proclamation calling attention
to the work and needs of its organi-
zation.
The object of the auxiliary is to as-
sist financially and otherwise the
widows and orphans and mothers of
men of the navy and marine corps,
who die, leaving their families in need.
Relief is given in every necessary
case. When a death occurs in the
navy or marine corps, steps are taken
immediately to ascertain if any rela-
tives are left in need of assistance.
This is usually given in the form of a
rmonthly allotment and continues until
such time as other means of support
can be provided. The auxiliary also
advises and assists dependent rela-
tives in obtaining pensions and takes
the necessary steps to insure the edu-
cation of the children left fatherless.
It will, therefore, be seen that the
auxilary will care for the families of
those men from our own communities
who have offered their services and
their lives for the protection of the
nation. The scope and work of the
auxiliary are wide-spread and its
needs are immediate.
Therefore, I, Albert E. Sleeper, gov-
ernor of the State of Michigan, do is-
sue this, my proclamation, and I
earnestly request our citizens to re-
spond, as liberally as they are able,
to this urgent appeal."
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Jiany Register in
School of Plusic
To Give Wide Diversity of Courses
During 1917 Summer
Session
In spite of the war times the sum-
mer enrollment of the University
School of Music promises to be un-
usually large, many students from out-
side having enrolled, while the number
of local students is correspondimngly
good.
Students are registering for the work
of the summer session which.will be-
gin in all departments on Monday,
July 2nd.
Many teachers from the regular fac-
ulty have remained for the summer
session and in addition to regular work
in piano, voice, and organ, classes in
all forms of musical theory and his-
tory will be conducted. These classes
will cover the equivalent of a full
semester's work, so that it is possible
for students to receive regular credit
for work during the summer.
This year the work of the summer
school will be conducted entirely in
the annex and in the rooms in the
rear of Hill Auditorium, owing to the
fact that the main building on Maynard
street is to be entirely remodeled dur-
ing the summer vacation. ~
Arrange Bigger Quarters
Work will be begun at once in or-
der that it may be completed in ample
time for the opening of school, Oc-
tober 1st.
For several years the attendance at
the School of Music has steadily in-
creased, and its activities have ex-
panded in all directions, making it im-
perative that more commodious quar-
ters be provided in order to provide
reasonable accommodations for the
Ark of the institution. The changes
will provide about twenty additional
teaching and practice studios with con-
venient office facilities and waiting
rooms, all arranged in a manner which
will contribute to the efficiency and
comfort of students and teachers alike.
The addition of a large number of
practice studios should aid the stu-
dents of the school who in years past
have found it difficult to secure satis-
factory accommodations where their
practice could be carried on without
interruption. Hereafter many stu-
dents will be able to do their practice
work at the school, while those who
are able to practice ii their own homes
or rooming places will be permitted to
do so.
Many professional musiians from
Chicago, Detroit, and other large cities
are now in regular attendance and
with added facilities it is believed that
the growth of the school will be still
greater.
During the summer the temporary
offies of the school will be located in
the Nickel's Arcade in the apartment
second to the postoffice.
Will Speak on America's Obilgatio
"America's Obligation to the World"
will be the subject upon which the
Reverend Leonard A. Barrett, of the
Presbyterian church will speak at
10:30 o'clock tomorrow, Easterni
time. At the noon Bible school hour,
Prof. W. O. Henderson will speak oi
"The New Patriotism."
To Speak on "The Value of Culture"j
"The Value of Culture," will be the

toput spos shics the iteverei RobrerI
S.Lorinig, of the U'itariani church,
will speak. Services will begin at
10:30 o'clock, eastern time.
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iAN ' AHLETICS IN FALL
Continued from Page One)
leges and' universities that had sus-
Iended athletics to resume same be-
ginning with the opening of college
in the fall.
"te it resolved that this Board do s
hereby recommend to and request of
the honorable Board of Re gents thalt
its action of March 30th, 1917, sus-
peingslinsitercollegiate athletics fur-
tng thimonstinsuanice of the wsar be re-
considered.
"Be it further resolved, that in c
of resumption of intercollegiate atu.
letic activites, a percentage of the
net profits of the football season of
t917 be turned over to the American
Red Cross."

smts, 'sconssins uttMichigan. Wis-
eussimis, Isosever. lias rcsunIisd her
limll-tics, usnssiniiiiiprobability'Min-
ismita issll resm'ise herss also, ass'cord-
in-ts all information obtain:!bile from
authioritstive sosurces.
As tos Mircsigan's football schedule
nset fall, there is still a possibilty that
one conference game will be layed if
a satisfactory date and game can be
arranged. \s it is now, Michigan will
plas of the scidml sle she arranged for
eore enteric- tie conference.
l'ro i.'r I' .i'r l1isketiball look par-
,i:a_ r 7, thcn in''i isis definite
i ! E , 5ot ees a tetative one,
if i s airye fur s set. At
if.. fL i b' C :-d and the
gniesv.i l learratde dfor
sometim ?, : ,' eber.

hlinnesola Still 11i of TIt
Of the conference teams, before smsmeriii' furhol iverine and get
.liiehigan reversed her decison, the a es iiier-school-irectory free.
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