Matinees a, 33. Nights 6:3o ,8 ,9s:3
'13-yrtleG onzalei n"Sou hern
Justice.", Alsot'wilight SObey."
ShTw tato Ladies only in W\Vucrth
Wet--Wm. Russell in s"The Iram-
''lhars--Fri-5-6-Wm. S. lart in "The
Istatinees a, 3:30. Nights 6:3o, 8, 9:30
Tues-3-Myrtle Gonzalez in "Southern
justite." Also "Twilight Sh-sp."
Shawn to Men only in Os-stis
Theatre. Matinees ic. Even. 25c. .
Weodq- -Matgarite Clark in "Theal-
ettias Girl." Resboaked. h-tt. 15c.
Thurs-Fri 5-6-athlyn Wiliams and
ou e Peters in "The Ilghway of
A R CA D E
Shows at 3:oo; 6:30; 8:o; 930
i5c Unless Otherwise Specified
Sat. 5a-Altae Joyce in "HerSeas-at
Chaps1 The SearetKingdom" lat
part Ms. Vernon Catinst Patrla
Maon-1-Robert Warwick in "The Ar-
gyle Case" (Ret.) and Christie Com
edy, "Sad Sea Waves"
TIss- 3-Dt ahlla slipsin" ' e flash-
We have both the inclination and
the equipment to furnish the
best in banking service
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital and Surplus S 500,000.00
Resources-. . . $4,000,000.00
Northwest Corner Main and
707 North University Avenue
Open ALL Summer
338 SO. STATE ST.
The official 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-Furished upon ap-
plication to the business manager.
Sulbscriptions and ads takens 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. Phone 960 or
Address, The Wolverine, Press Build-
ing, Maynard St., Ann Arbor.
Leonard W. MTeter-Managing Editor
Phone 2414 or 1855
Bernard Wohl-Business Manager
Phone 960 or 2413-R
TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1917
'rie are somepla ces open on t
editorial and business staffs of The
Welseriie. All those wto are interest-
ed are requested to call at the offices,
in ths' Press hImilding, Jlstynarsl street,
between the heurs of 3 and 4 u'cluck
WITHIN YOUR REACH
During the summer session a large
number of excellent entertainments
have begn provided for by the Univer-
sity for the students and people of
Ann Arbor. Those who have attended
the courses given in previous summers
make no hesitation in affirming that
they are both entertaining and valu-
The programs are in the forms of
lectures, recitals and plays and the
talent is the best obtainable in this
city. Furthermore, the entertainments
are free to the public and are an at-
tempt on the part of the University to
extend the scope of its educational
facilities, without even compensation.
in every conceivable manner.
Because of the excellence of these
programs, the diversity of subjects
treated, and the entertainment and di-
version that can be secured from
them through the summer months we
urge that all students and'friends of
the University take advantage of the
summer session lectures and enter-
tainments. Only by so doing can one
come in contact with the larger ex-.
tension work of the University and the
liberality of its edcatinnal failiti
Comin Events SUMMER SCHOOL STUDENTS
We're already to serve you.-Our stock
(Slmmer Session Lectures) T E X T B O O K
Open to all students. Lectures take
place in Auditorium of Natural Science is complete.
buildingnslesa otherwise stated,.Second-hand Books in areat numbers at sreatly r
Tuesday, July 3, at 5 o'clock--"Mich-
igan Men and Moments," by Prof.
A. G. Hal.
Wednesday, July 4, at 8 o'clock-Con-
cert by faculty of School of Music.
Thursday, July 5, at 5 o'clock-Segre-
gation in Secodary. Education, by
Mr. D. McKenzie of Detroit.
Thursday, July 5, at 8 o'clock-Educa-
tional Motion pictures.
Friday, July 6, at 5 o'clock-Reception
by the President for the students of
the Summer Session. (Alumni Me-
Friday, July 6, 8 o'clock-"The Story
of American Sculpture" (illus-
trated), by Prof. H. R. Cross.
Sixty-three women were present at
the first houe neting of Newberry
Residetice held yesterday. This number
is greater by four than the total num-
ber of woien occupying the residence
Th initial meetig was devoted
primarily to business matters and the
appointmnt of a nominating commit-
tee composed of the Misses Kelsey,
White, Newell, Davis, and Claybaugh.
The members of this committee will
present a list of candidates for the
electiots which will be held on Thurs-
day evening of this week.
Those women who do not wish to
buy gymnasium suits may rent them
of the Woman's League. Both regula-
tion floor suits and swimming suits
may be had on application to Miss Mc-
Kee, at her office in the gymnasium.
The normal training course may he
dropped from the summer schedule,
according to present indications.
Swimming and tennis prove to be pop-
ular sports in the women's athletic de-
partment this summer. The registra-
tion in these classes is as large as
usual but so few women have enrolled
in the class in normal training and
playground work that unless at least
ten sign up immediately, the course
will have to be dropped,
The Women's league has planned
several enjoyable events to relieve the
strain of study during the hot summer
months. In the near future, they will
give ,an opening reception where last
year's friendships may be renewed and
new ones made. To keep up the good
work, there will be several Dansants,
probably one a week. Every member
is urged to come and others are invited
to come and join.
Try The Wolverine for service.
WANTED-Young lady wants room for
the summer with private family or
in quiet house. Address Box B. B.,
FOR SALE-Cheap. Morris Canoe, in-
cluding rental at boat livery. 1118
S. University. Phone 1070-J.
WANTED- Help male. Two waiters
and a dishwasher at once. New-
LOST-One Pli Beta Kappa pin, on
Wednesday, June 27th. Name, Flor-
ence Haxton on back. Return to 711
S. Twelfth. H. Champion. 3-5-7
LOST-One Tau Beta Pi pin on Wed-
nesday, June 27. Allen '15, on back.
Return to 711 S. Twelfth. H. Chatu-
Trunks, Bags and Suitcases
Trad in our Old One
325 S. MAIN ST. PHONE 24
gUVERITYWB gOT ORy .
AT OUR FOUNTAIN
Make Our Store Your Store This Summer!
s p CtPLT C Watches - Jewtelry - Silverware
Fine Repairing of Watches and Jewelry
we do our own Lense Grinding,euabling usto give yot prompt servae.-
H A L L E R & F U L L E R, State St. Jelvelers
1857--Dry Goods Furniture, and Women's Fashions--1917
A cool, quiet dining place
where an appetizing lunch-
eon ca n be obtained at a
moderate cost during any
part of the shopping day.
Special Noon Dinner, 45c
eveloping, 1 Oo Prints, 3, 4c, So - " i- -
8 HOUR SERVICE
KODAK FINISHING TOE NEW SPIRIT OF THE FOURTH
reade Floral Shop - "Kodak Florist" It Fe Ul
tickels Arcade Opp.sub-PostalStation indepemdenct day will b regarded
Phone 600 with a new spirit tomorrow. There
will be little of that accustomed noise-
ness and wild, empty celebration, so
CHINESE AND AMERICAN DISHES common for many years past. In-
Open All Summer stead the nation will be concerned with
TRY GEORGE'S CHOP SUEY the greatest problem that it has faced
WAI KING LOO since its Independence day. It will be
214 S. Slate S1. Phone 1244-M
the new consecration to a bigger and
nobler cause. One that includes the
P. RANDALL, '17, BRINGS civilized world and its future.
NEWS FROM NEWPORT, R.. 1. While we are at leasure, let us con-
sider with a sober and intelligent mind
the special duties that confront us.
Franklin P. Randall, '17, who has Let us discuss the problems of our
nlisted in the mosquito fleet at Few- great democracy and adjust ourselves
ort, R. I., arrived in Ann Arbor late to the situation and the sacrifices and
aturday afternoon for a few days' obligations which it demands. A day
isit with friends, and called on the spent in such a fashion will be more
in harmony with the spirit of the pres-
ublication offices. ent and will accomplish more than all
At present, "Curly' is engaged in empty celebration. It will be a day of
atrolling the submarine nets, and consecration to a great cause.
ated that the immediate presence in
he so-called "warring zones" made
te realize that the war is actually
ear us. He also stated that about 50. S
:ichigan men are located at Newport, NO CLASSES TOORROW
le majority belonging to the mosquito C
et. tClasses e all the colleges of *
During the last year, Randall was the summer session will be dis-
mitor-in-chief of the official Students, * missed tomorrow, following a *
irectory. e ocustom long set aside for the ob-
* servance of Independence day.
* All work will be resumed again *
"he new.July Columbia Records are * Thursday.
)w -ready at Allmendingers, 122 E. *
hbeity. Adv. * * a a a * a s a o * *a
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