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The Wolverine, 1917-07-03

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PAT-CHES
THE WHICHISIT?
A friend of mine wrote in that she
Was coming to visit me.
"I'll be there at 6:05, dear Pat,
You'll know be by my new red hat."
So at 6:05 I skidded down
To greet her when she hit the town.
I saw no hurry and no noise
So asked one of the small news boys,
"Hey, kid, how's Number 4 today?"
IHe looked at me and then grinned,
"Say,
When you start to make a class
Or keep a date
If you go by Central time you're
Always late,
If you go by Eastern, early-
Oh, gee, what a hurly-burly!
So always ask "Whichisit?"
To keep straight.
Well, the train came after a while.
And as I left her at the door I said,
"May I come over at 8?"
"You surely may. And be on time,
now."
To be certain, I glanced at her wrist
watch.
It said 6:30, mine said 7:30.
So, since I was to be back at 9
By mine,
I took my time to eat my grub
And give my nose an extra rub.
Then I strolled up and rang the bell.
When she came down she looked so-
well-
I said, "Gee, what's the row about?"
Said she, "I now have not a doubt
You're much the densest man I know.
Is my watch fast or are you slow?"
I looked at hers. IT said 9:10!
And as we walked I hummed again:
"When you start to make a class
Or keep a date,
If you go by Central time you're
Always late.
If you go by Eastern, early-
Oh, gee, what a hurly-burly!
So always ask 'Whichisit?'
To keep straight."
Food Dictator Hoover says we can
fight the Germans as well with bread
bullets as lead bullets. Our landlady
has a thousand rounds of ammunition
left over from dinner last night.
Who's Your Favorite?
She has been on the Wisconsin and
Chicago Upapers and is now in sum-
mer session here. As we sat on the
porch swing together last evening
sezi, "Which is your favorite?" And
she said, "O-0-Oh, I like the Ann Ar-
bor Press best."
Our Konfort Kit
(1) Send some cookies
To the rookies.
(2) Love and kisses are all right
For fellows in the camps,
But liniment is better
When a guy has got the cramps.
Make Your Own Tune
Got a date for the Fourth?
Neither have we.
Gee, what a l9nesome town.
Dismally yours.
P. A. T.
Gymnainnunn to e Closed 'onorrw
Owing to the holiday tomorrow, the
gymnasium will be closed all day. The
first practical physical training class-
es will be held Friday afternoon.
Read The Wolverine. At your door

l three times a week for 75c.

w hen the o i gagement to attend a polo game; sec-,
ond, that a special cabinet meetling was
Spell Gets Him-?; heldatthe co'e'ofwhielPremier
' Dao hd a ongconference witha the-
king. These circumstances have given
Tom Lovell Writes Six Long Stanzas rise to all sorts of comment, many
to Ann Arbor, Athens of persons seeing in them proof that the
the West 'government had received serious news
but nothing so far has confirmed this
There is no telling what a poetic view.
spell will do within 24 hours. Dr. Tom Three Causes of -Discontent
Lovell has been pushing his quill so
rapidly the last few days that no news- There are three causes of discontent
paper in the country would be able to -the dissatisfaction of the army, the
print all his verses. dissatisfaction of the democratic part-
The poem below is considered by ies and the unrest of the masses,
"Tom" to be one of his best. The pro- brought about by the increased cost of
duction is as follows: living. Senior Salmeron says if these
three causes, of different origins.
BEAUTIFUL ATHENS OF THE WEST should produce effects at the se
-ANN ARBOR time, events which would surprise the
I world would be likely to occur. The
Beautiful Athens of the West-Ann army officers, although they have ob-

taeind partial satisfaction, do not trust
the promises of the government.
Strike Is 'lhrsatened
The grievance of the democratic
parties is the attitude of the govern-
ient toward Germany. As for the
masses, the laboring people are in
such a state of effervescence that a
encral strike is imminent, and while
Working for irely economic ends, the
labor leaders ewould leave no objection
to eXploitaiion by the democractic
parties of a political movement for
their own purposes.
Wolverine advertising pays.
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Arbor
Where knowledge is found taught here
Telling the meaning of
What's developed from year to year;
In the minds of young master scholars
Coming from every state,
Who are going to be turned out
A failure or a mind that's great.
II
The importance that gathers with
greatness
Situated as in life they are,
The teacher that guides and councils
Ought to be well on their guard
With a love found in all the teaching,
The same with the one taught too,
So that both of them work together
That the best of results come through.
III
In order that there shall he no dis-
appointment
In that infallible guide will say,
That there shall not be any unerring
counsel
Found to lead them astray,
By telling them of trials and tempta-
tions,
That's bound to come in their way
As taught in that intellectual light
To make them stand strong in their
day.
IV
No judicious mariner would ever enter
Any harbor for the first time,
Or sail up a river with hidden rocks,
Without a pilot in the mind
Who knows just where they are laying,
So that the vessel sails clear
To pilot it into the harbor safe
Like thse teaching from year to year.
V.
Which is the part found in the teach-
ing to play,
And thetscholar to give heed to,
So that there is no mistake ever found
Is the great U. of L. going through,
Only to find an abundant success
Through all the work that's done
In a masterly way to conquer
That's fought out well and won.
VI
To elevate the mind and improve it,
So as to give gladness to the heart
Of the useful traveler on his journey,
So stolid taught not to part
In all the circumstances that surround
With that intelligent mind to last,
Got while working in this great U.
of M.
While in the Athensof the West-Ann
Arbor us fle art.
SPAISH SIJIION
CONSIDEDED YGSE
Strict Censorship Enforced Indicates
That Developments mr' Be-
ing Suppressed
Paris, July 3.-The situation in
Spain, far from improving, appears
to be going from bad to worse. Grav-
ity of the crisis is confirmed amply
by such news as reaches Paris. The
Madrid correspondent of the Petit Par-
isien says the suspension of constitu-
tional guarantees by the government
has not removed unrest in Spain.
The fact that the heavily censor-
ed Spanish press publishes nothing
concerning the internal situation indi-
cates conditions are far from normal.
Great importance is attached in pol-
itical circles to two facts: First that
the king and queen cancelled an en

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