Matinees 2, 3:3. Nights 6:30, 8, 9:30
Tlis -Fri-.6-Wm.,S. ldart in "'the
Satq-Wm . Caasrtney is "h Rcoi
S-Ma-8-o' a erlie F e derikan."He
Better Se l."
Tes-Wdgwod Kssss in "lihe
IP te 11Lf." Als Baby JSa
Wed.-rs-Franklyn Farnum in "The
Man Who 'oosk a Chance." Also
Matinees a 3:30. Nights 6:30, 8, 9:30
Thurs-Fsi-6-Kathlyn Williams and
I suse Peters in "The Highway of
Sa --May Ward in "The Daught gr of
SunMon-8-9-Bessie Love in "Cheerful
Tus -i-Doulas Fairbanks in "Flirting
With Fate." Rebooked. ve.5c.
Wed-s-Jacickford anss Luise uff
Shows'ata3:oo; 6:30; 8:0; 9:30
t5c Unless Otherwise Specified
Thurss-Theda Bara in "the Darling
of Paris" (Ret.) and Comedy.
Fri-6mitmyWehlenn I "The Duchess
of Doubt" and Drew Comedy, "Her
Sa 17-ar,, -. Wliams i ts Soot
Basers asssPast IIofl"ThiSecres-s
We have both the inclination and
the equipment to furnish the
best in banking service
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital and Surplus $ 500,000.00
Resources . . . $4,000,000.00
Northwest Corner Main and
707 North University Avenue
Open ALL Summer
338 SO. STATE ST.
Developing, 100 Prints, 3o, 4c, 5o
8 HOUR SERVICE
Arcade Floral Shop - "Kodak Florist"
Nickels Arcade Opp. Sub-PostalStation
CHINESE AND AMERICAN DISHES
Open Alt Sumner
TRY CEORGE'S CHOP SUEY
WAi KING LOO
314 S. tate St. Phons 1244-M
BILLIARDS AND BOWLING
CIGARS AND CANDY
IWe Try to Treat You Right"
VAN ORDE-N, AT GREAT LAKES
CAMP, TAKEN SERIOUSLY ILL
A telegram to Mrs. Van Orden of
this city, this morning, brought the
news that her son. William Van Orden
has taken seriously ill with spinal
meningitis. Van Orden is a member of
the 7th naval division at the Great
Lakes training station. He also
graduated from the Ann Arbor high
school this year. Mrs. Van Orden left
for the military camp this afternoon.
Lucy Gates sings for Columbia Ree-
ards. The latest at Allmendingers,
122 E. Liberty. Adv.
Try The Wolverine want ads for re-
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-Furnished upon ap-
plication to the business 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. Phone 960 or
Address, The Wolverine, Press Build-
ing, Maynard St., Ann Arbor.
Leonard W. Nieter--Ifanaging Editor
Phone 2414 or 1855
Bernard Wohl-Business Manager
Phone 960 or 2413-R
F. W. Wood J. L. Stadeker
Marion Rood H. J. Burtis
William Le Fevre Circulation Mgr.
Maurice Klein 1B. F. Fullerton
THURSDAY, JULY 5. 1917.
There are places open on the edi-
torial and busineso staffs of The Wo-
verine. Any one interested in news-
paper work call at the Maynard street
offices Press building.
Getting acquainted has long been a
familiar slogan on the campus at
Michigan. It makes for the demo-
cratic and genial spirit that alumni
and new students speak so favorably
of whenever they refer to Michigan.
It has been the main point of recom-
mendation by those who have visited
To those summer students who have
never attended Michigan before, the
acquiring of this Michigan spirit is
perhaps the most essential element of
the entire summer. It is the factor
that gives both enjoyment to the sum-
mer's work and provides a source
whereby friendships can be formed
that will bind the University and its
students closer together.
Numerous places for the making of
acquaintances at Michigan can be
found. The class rooms, the daily lec-
tures and programs, the receptions,
boarding houses, and other activities
afford ample opportunity for making
friends. The Women's league has
been an important factor in creating
a closer friendship among the women
enrolled in the University.
Besides these1 various sources of
acquiring friends already in your pos-
session, the part that the individual
must play is still more important. To
make friends one must be friendly and
willing. If you intend to do the most
you can for the, University and the
most for yourself, getting acquainted
will be one of the principal objects of
your stay in Ann Arbor.
EMERGENCY RATION IPORTANT
T1O SEA-SOLIER IN BATTLE
Washington, July 4.-Not the least
important part of a fighting man's .
equipment to be used by the United
States marines on the firing line, is
the emergency ration. It will enable
the sea-soldier to stick to his guns and
keep up his physical strength when
cut off from the base of supplies by
the enemy barrage or other causes.
Every marine on expeditionary duty
is supplied with a half-pound tin case
containing a two days' supply of food,
consisting of chocolate and a condens-
ed meat and vegetable compound that
may be made into soup, or eaten raw
if there is no opportunity to prepare
Read The Wolverine. At your door
three times a week for 75c.
(Summer Session Lectures)
Open to all students. Lectures take
place in Auditorium of Natural Science
building unless otherwise stated.
Thursday, July 5, at 5 o'clock-Segre-
gation in Secondary Education, by
Mr. D. McKenzie of Detroit.
Thursday, July 5, at 8 o'clock-Educa-
tional Motion pictures.
Friday, July 6, 5 o'clock - Poetry,
Comedy, and Duty. Professor A.H.
8 o'clock-The Story of American
SctIsure, (lilustrated). Professor
11. i. Cross.
Friday, July 6, 8 o'clock-"The Story
of 'American Sculpture" (illus-
trated), by Prof. H. R. Cross.
Mtonday, July 9, 5 o'clock-'-The Ret-
tion of Mouth Intection to Sy tmi
Diseases. Professor C. J. Lyos.
Tuesday July 10, 5 o'clock -fThe Mos-
ern Jew: A Problem of Racc, Na-
tion, or Religion. Rabbi Louis Wol-
sey, Cleveland, Ohio.
8 o'cloek-Medical fLec-tuse.
Dr. Elsie Pratt wishes to announce
that all appointments for physical ex-
aminations must be made with Miss
Mary McKee, director of women's ath-
letics, at the director's office in Bar-
Baseball will not be played in the
women's athletic department this sum-
mer. The chemistry students must
forego the pleasure of watching the
girls strike out balls in the baseball
field opposite the Chemistry building.
The reason is that there will not be
enough women in any one, class to
make a full team.
One hundred and fifty members
have now joined the Women's league.
The first party of the summer will be
given at 4 o'clock tomsorrow afternoon
in Barbour gymnasium. With so large
a membership, it is hoped that there
will be a good attendance. Members
are urged to come and bring those
friends with them who wish to join.
Among the gifts annoueed during
Commencement week was that of Mr.
Levi T. Barbour of Detroit. Mr. Bar-
bour has given $100,000 for a new
women's dormitory. It is to be built
on the site of West Hall. It will be
called the Betsy Barbour house. Mr.
Barbour has also given $50,000 for
an Oriental women's scholarship fund.
Dr. Elsie Pratt, in charge of the
University Women's Health service,
states that the office hours are fron
9 to 2 every morning except Sunday.
Appointments may be made for other
The first Women's league party of
the year will be held from 4 to 6
o'clock tomorrow afternoon in Bar-
bour gymnasium. All campus women
are urged to attend the affair, which
will be the initial get-together of the
women of the Usiversity.
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 Phi Beta Kappa pin, on
Wednesday, June 27th. Name, Flor-
enco Haxton on back. Return to 711
S. Twelfth. H-. Champion. 3-5-7
LOST-One Tau Iota Pi pin on Wed-
nesday, June 27. Alten '15, on back.
Return to 711 S. Twelfth. iH. Ciam-
LOST-A white pocket off of a skirt,
containing a pair of shell-rimmed
glasses, Monday, between the cam-
pus and Hill St. Phone 456. Re-
SUMMER SCHOOL STUDENTS
We're already to serve you -Onr stock of
Second-hand Books in great numbers at greatly reduced prices.
UNIVERSITYW H R'S BOOKSTORE
AT OUR FOUNTAIN
Make Our Store Your Store This Surpmer !
Watches - Jewelry - Silverware
Fine Repairing of Watches and Jewelry
We do our own Lense Grinding, enabling us to give you prompt servie.
H A L L E R & F1U 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, 65c
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