Matinees 2, 3:30. Nights 6:3, 8, 9:3o
Sat-25-Mary Miles is "Mintervno Geri
winke." Also "Theo liystory of theo
Double Crosts." SEisode 15.
Sui-Mon2-7-'au silloreorick in
"The Love That Lives" Also Tri-
Tues-Wed-28-29-Shirley Mason in
"Light isntDarkness." Also GYtosoy.
TluFi-oi30 -3-Visas Maotin s "Foo-
bidden Paths." Also Keystone ('os-
bcly, Gloria Vernon in "Whose,
Matinees 2, 3:30. Nights 6:3o, 8, 9:30
Thu rs-Fri-23-24-Lis Glos i in"Loss
o ustice." AlsosFor't'aess n
Triangle Komedy. Evening sc.
Sat- 2Gladys Ltes is"i Itisippened
to Adlo." Also Mutual Cossesy ansd
Sun-Mon-26-27-Enid Bennett in "The
Girl Glory." Also ioses Travels.
Ts28i Barriscale in "Plain
Jane." Rebooked. Also Comedy.
Shows at 3:oo; 6:30; 8:oo; 9:30
5c Unless Otherwise Specified
Thu-23-asamy e i. ,i"Sowers -ad(
Reapers" (Res.)o; Drew Cosedy,
"Cave Man's Buff.,
Fri-24Dorothy Phillips in"The Piper's
Poes Ierz Comedy, 'Married but
Sat-25.arle Williams in "Apartment
,(RI); Part IX "The Secret
Malti7s y'slsslsMassnsia "Thse Toll-
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Northwest Corner Main and
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The oficial student newspaper for
the University of Michigan summer
session. Published by the students on
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday af-
ternoons. Twenty-five issues.
Advertising rates-Furnished upon ap-
plication to thsbusiness manager.
Subscriptions and ads taken at Quar-
ry's and University Avenue Phar-
Office Hours: Managing editor, 1:00
to 2.:00 daily; business manager,
1:00 to 2:00 daily, Phone900"sr
Address, The Wolverine, Press Build-
ing, Maynard St., Ann Arbor.
Leonard W. Dieter-Managing Editor
Phone 2414 or 1855
Bernard Wohl-Business Manager
Phone 960 or 2413-R
James C. J. Martin J L. Stadeker
Marion Rood H. J. Burtis
M. G. Hedin C F. Wilner
Mary Rhoades Dorothy Middlebrook
William Le Fevre Circulation Mgr:
Maurice Klein R. F. Fullerton
THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1917
With this issue ithe Wolserine sus-
pends publication for the 1917 Sum-
FOR FUTURE PUrLICATIONS
Student publications at Michigan
have increased within the last few
years at a tremendous rate. The field
of their activity and the number of
students that have been engaged in
the various branches has correspond-
ingly increased. It is the future of
Michigan publications that concerns
Open ALL Summer us most of all at the present time. It
cannot be said that the sphere that the
ET Lvarious publications have attempted to
T U T T L E 'S fill is purposeless and unimportant.
The recent notice to the effect that
Lunch R oom several good publication positons are
open for the coming year is already a
LIONCHES, SODAS sign that many positions both on the
AND TOBACCO business and reportorial staffs will be
338 SO. STATE ST. open. New men will have to be re-
cruited to fill such vacancies. The
places offer exceptional experience
Developing, I Oc Prints, 3o, 4c, 50 along business and editorial lines.
Perhaps still more important than
8 HOUR SERVICE these two features, it places its mem-
KODAK FINISHING bers in closer contact with University
Arcade Floral Shop "Kodak Florist" conditions and opinions. The various
ickels Arcade, Opp. S KPostal taost m ediums, then, attempt to impart the
Phone 600 spirit at Michigan. With that purpose
in 'view it can assist in campus move-
CHINSE ND MERCANDISES etlts, crystallize canmpus sentiment,
OpeEAllSuAmer Iand keep the student body alive to is'
TRY GEORGES CHOP SUEY sues and facts about them.
Opents Alltllze amnstnnimet,
WAI KING LOO Those students who will return to
314 a. State St. Phone 1244-M Michigan this fall should make it their
duty to assist in keeping tehir publi-
cations up to the standard they have
H USTON BROS. attained. The war period demands at
closer unity among the student body,
BILLIARDS AND BOWLING and those who are privileged to con-
CIGARS AND CANDY tinue their studies should see that'
''We Try to Treat You Right" such important University functions
as the student publications are kept
SWAIN has a few alive.
unusual views of the Defense Women Urge Girls to Train
falling library tower. In response to the appeal made by
Superintendent of Public Instruction
713 East U. Fred. L. Keeler, letters are being sent
"_out from the state headquarters of the
a ej Women's Defense comimittee, to all
Swik mson 's for the local chairmen asking them to
Trunks, Bags and Suitcases urge the young women of their visin-
Trade in Your Old One ities to attend normal schools during
325 S. MAIN ST. PHONE 24 the coming year, and prepare to teach,
that the educational forces of our
state may not be depleted as the re-
E Tsult of the war.
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WAR WORK FOR WOMEN
Women Needed as Nurses and Clerks
The greatest need for woman's ser-
vice at the present time is to be found
in the nursing profession, and in cler-
ical work, according to Mrs. Ira Couch
Wood, executive secretary of the Wo-
man's Committee, Council of National
"There is a wonderful opportunity
for women to be of service in these
two lines of work," said Mrs. Wood.
"And they need to be expert," she add-
ed. "With hundreds of nurses going
into the Red Cross service, and into
the hospials at the various canton-
ments there wil le a big hole in the
ranks of the trained nurses of the
country. Women who have taken home
nursing courses will be prepared bet-
ter to care for their own families, and
they will be required as never before
to care for the sick in their homes.
But the hospitals must be taken care
of and there must be trained women
in these places. Many women have
felt that they were not fitted to be-
come nurses. Any woman with a
high school or college education, pre-
ferably college education, could
take a course in a good training school
for nurses, and make herself really
expert in his line. The course for
college women should be reduced to
"Also in the various lines of cler-
ical work there is a big demand for
women who are experts, either as
stenographers, bookkeepers, typists,
filing clerks, or any one of the num-
berless lines of work which women
can do in ofices. Women are being
taken by the hundreds for these posi-
tions in Washington, and this leaves
just that many vacancies throughout
the country to be filled by women whoo
must trais themselves for this work.
This nmber will be increased as
more men are called from office posi-
tions to war service. No' other lines
of work at the present time make such
an urgent appeal to vomen as that
of the nursing profession, and that
which comes from the business world
for clerical assistance," said Mrs.
&NNOUNCE COMMISSIONS O
1EN AT FORT LEAVNWORTH
God Numner of Aichigan Graduates
Included in List of Appoint-
Washington, August 22.- The war
department gave out thl; following
names today of Michigan graduates of
the Fort Leavenworth, Kans., engineer
reserve officers' training camp who
have received commissions and who
are assigned to active duty at once.
Among these names will be found a
number of students of the University
Major, Engineer O. A.-C.. Alfred H..
Lovell,Ann Arbor; captains, Sloan-Me
Ardle, Homer; William E. Dick, De-
troit; James H. Pottinger, Detroit;
Ernest E. Carlson, Battle Creek; J.
Dewitt Utley, Grand Rapids.
First lieutenants: Ward F. Dav-
idson, Iron Mountain; John E. Hay-
den, Ispheming; Herbert W. Lamb,
Adrian; Henry H. Anderson; Mar-
quette; Dennis E. Mulvihill. Grand
Rapids; Leslie E. Delf, Calumet; sec-
ond lieutenants: Rufus R. Loveland,
Ann Arbor; Arthur H. Niles, Ann Ar-
bor; Benjamin G. Davidson, Soo
Robert C. Johnson, Fenville; Freder-
ick H. Timmerman, Detroit; Wesley
L. Leveque, Marquette; Henry G.
The Michigan men receiving com-
missions at the engineers' training
camp at the American university:
Russell A. Warner, Plymouth, first
lieutenant, engineer officers' reserve
corps; Edward F. Deacon. Detroit,
second lieutenants, enginee officers'
Neswberry residence eloses Satursday
morning. Before it reopens, Wednes-
day, September 27th, the interior is to
be entirely refinished.
Miss Hortense Wisd, business man.
ager of Newborry residence, will leave
Saturday noon for an extended trip
through the West.
UNIVERSITYW HR'S BOOKSTORE
We close Friday for one month
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LENSES GROUND IN OUR OWN SHOP
Enables us to give prompt service.
Eye Glass and Spectacle Frames in Shell, Gold, Silver, and Nickel
Sun Glasses Sport Glasses Goggles
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