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The Wolverine, 1917-08-23

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THE WOLVERINE

Club Women Plan Patriotic Programs Miss Seeley to Marry Mr. Wardell, '14
Pariotic programs are to be featured Miss Orel Seeley has issued invita-
by the women's clubs of Battle Creek tions for the wedding of her sister,
during the coming winter. Various Miss Ethel, to Mt'. Bert Wardell, '14E,
phases of patriotic work are to be the wedding to take place Saturday
discussed, and one of the most novel afternoon at Miss Seeley's home on
programs has for its theme, "The Hill street. Miss Seeley is a member
National Sugar Bowl." of Mu Phi Epsilon sorority.
Cars et With or
Without Drivers
Our 10 cars are kept in first class condition
and are ready to go any time of day or night.
We have Overlands, Studebakers and Fords
Phone 830 109-111 Catherine
Stark A Fried m an
BEFORE YOU LEAVE!
You will need a
Trunk, Bag, or Suitcase
from
WILKINSON'S
325 S. Main Street Phone 24
Trade in your old one

Between sets drink Coca-Cola.
Welcome wherever it goes,
for there's nothing that com-
pares to it as a thirst-quencher
and for delicious refreshment
Demand thegenuinebyfillame--
THE COCA-COLA CO. ATLANTA. GA.

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23
The New Catalogue,
of the
Ulliversity of Miohig all
IS NOW READY
Complete information concerning the eight Colleges and Schools:
LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS, EN-
GINEERING, MEDICI NE, LAW, PHARMACY,
HOMEOPA'T HY, DIENTISTRY, GRADUATE, AND
THE SUMMVER SESSION
Special Courses in Forestry, Newspaper Work, Land-.
scape Design, Higher Commercial Education, including
Railway Administration and Insurance, Architecture,
Conservation Engineering, Education (affiliated with
Ann Arbor Schools for Observation Study), and a
Course for those preparing for the scientific administra-
tion of departments of sanitation and, public health.
For Copy of Catalogue, Special Announcement, or Individual
Information, address
The Dean of the School or College in which interested, or
SHIRLEY W. SMITH
Secretary University Ann Arbor, Michigan

FIGHTING RISK NOT AS HIGH
AS IS POPULARLY IMAINEI
Washington, August 22.-That the
risk of the fighting man is not near-
ly so great as is popularly imagined
is the belief of marine corps officials
here who have compiled statistics
covering the Allied losses in the war.
A careful estimate shwvs that ony
one sean in 15 is killed, and one out of
500 loses a limb. Recent reports from
French and British hospitals show
that about 95 per cent recover frons
wounds, while about 9 per cent are
able to return to the firing line.
While the marine corps officials hold
unbiased views in regard to the ex-
pected casualties among theis own
troops in France, it is pointed out
that the "soldiers of the sea" recently
engaged in warfare in Haiti, suffered
less than one per cent losses. These
were sustaiied while covering a wide
terrain, fighting from house to house,
and capturing and holding small re-
doubts, taken one by one from the en-
emy. This method of warfare is said
to be rapidly superseding the trens
system of the Western frot.
FOIR 1" MEN RETURN;
GOOD ELEVEN EXPECTED
(Continued from Page One)
Culvert, West, Franke, Hammond.
Press, and Hitchcock of the Fresh
eleven are expected to be present.
Coach Vost states that with the pros-
pects of training the raw recruits with
the help of the former Varsity stars,
the men on the regular squad and the
Freshmen players, Michigan will have
a formidable aggregation.
Coaches to Be Here
Coach Fielding H. Yost, Assistant
Coach Douglas, and Harry Tuttle,
trainer, will probably return to Michi-
gan about the middle of next month
for the initial practice. The board of
control has not decided when the first
practice of the season will be held, due
to the indefiniteness of negotiations
which are pending.
There is some question whether
Michigan will receive the aid of Coach
"Brute" Pontius, who has recently re-
ceived the appointment of first lieu-
tenant in the artillery division of the
new army. Elmer Mitchell, coach of
the Freshmen eleven, will assist on
the coaching staff this fall.
Michigan Might Drop Training Table
At a recent meeting of the board of
control the matter of pre-season coach-
ing during the coming academic year
and giving up the training tables were
slightly discussed.
No results were reached by the
board. Pennsylvania and Cornell di-
rectors recently announced that the
training tables would be dropped. It
is probable that this year's Varsity
squad will not have a training table
for it would be too great an advantage
over the opponents who have abolished
this system.
A resolution was proposed and
passed by the executive committee of
board control that the soldiers in the
cantonments at Battle Creek he sent
an invitation to attend the first four
preliminary games to be played on
Ferry Field during October free of
charge, provided the men attend the
games in a body. Announcements of
this decision will be sent the latter
part of the week.
CLASSIFIED
WANTED-- Furnished flat or small
house for five or six boys for next
fall. State price, number of rooms,
location, etc. Box J., Wolverine.

LOST-A pair of bone rimmed nose
glasses in the South Wing of Uni-
versity Hall, Friday at 11 o'clock.
Finder please call 2414 and leave
name or leave glasses at Wolverine'
office. 21-22
LOST - A 17M BBB Pipe at Boat
House or in a canoe last Sunday
evening. Finder please return to
Tug Hardy, 621 South State St., or
phone 1328.
FOR RENT-Flat. Heated. 5 rooms
and bath. Janitor service, two
blocks from campus. Phone 1917.

Miss Hollands Marries Henry Lucas
The marriage of Miss Josephine Hol- C H O P S V E Y
lands, secretary to Prof. L. H. Hop- Open During Summer School
kins, to Henry Lucas of Kalamazoo 11 A. M. to 1 P. M.
university, took place Friday after- MICHIGAN INN
noon.Phone 948-R 601 E. Liberty St.
SUMMER. SCHOOL
TEXT BOOKS
temNEW AND SECOND-HAND
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to
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Daylight Across the Lake
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Every Day Excursions to Put-in-Bay
Round Trip Fare Round Trip
Stame day on Mp Sundays or
Week Days eC / Holidays *10 U
Cedar Point Excursi s $125 Round
Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Friday ---. Trip
Cleveland One Wzy Fare, Every Day, $1.75
Big Steel Steamer "Put-in-Bay"leaves Detroit every day
at 8:( a. m., Central Standard Time.
Steel 6 u Wheel Steamer "Frank E. Kirby"leavesDetroit___
week days at 4:00 p. m., 9entral Time.
FREE DANCING-Finael's Orchestra on Str. "Put-in-Bay"
Wholeaftroonat Put-in-Bay. T i doe nehalf ursseaCdar
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Ashley & Dustin Steamer Line
Detroit, Michigan p

Preliminary Snon
of
Autumn Hats
FOR WOMEN GOING AWA
The Millinery Salon takes pleasure in pr
this week a most charming display of early
-lats for vacation wear and for women wh
turning home from the university.
Felts, velours and satins with the ne)
brims, soft crowns or both i in effective
colors and combinations-old rose, delf
purple taupe and sand.
Models cleverly designed by Gage, Phip1
and others--all newly unboxed and distinc
PRICED $5.00 UP
(Second I'loor.)

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resenting
Autumn
o are re-
West soft
Autumn
t, green,
ps, Knox
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