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THE WOLVERINE
D.aUHI CELEBAJE PSYCHOPSEUDOGROANS AEDOPANS RlD
21 SI AN1NIVEBSAB samas1io' in I,;1y i. NCLAND; KILL 0
rtnght, said, "I dontsee
old Celebration at J'resident-Emer- howuthee faculty concerts arso0suc- From 12 to 14 German Air Raiders
itus Angell's Home, Where cessful without the rendition of such Drop Bombs on Essex
Chapter Originated late hits as "Pretty Baby" and "Yaca Town
Hula" and then there are many other1
OUTLINE WORK OF ORGANIZATION new ones that we have heard in the PLANES MAKE BRIEF VISIT t
opry at home that don't seem to have i
The Sarah Caswell Angell chapter reached here yet." London, July 4.-From 12 to 14 Ger-
of the Daughters of the American Rev- man air raiders today dropped bombs'
olution celebrated the 21st birthday of A LITTLE OF OUR BEST VERSE on Harwich, a seaport town in Essex,r
their chapter yesterday afternoon. Once again the Fourth is over it was officially announced today.
The meeting was held on the east Every boy has done his bit Eight persons were killed and 22 c
porch of the late President-Emeritus And all on 'count of Mother's tip others were injured,.
James B. Angell's home, where the That Uncle Sam would surely need The text of the official statement fol-
chapter was founded 21 years ago. All the powder that he can feed lows:
It was first named the Ann Arbor Into his guns on land and sea "A squadron of some twelve to four--
Chapter in honor of the two Annes for To take the Pep from Germany. teen enemy airplanes attacked Har-
whom the town was named. A few At first they sobbed and began to cry wich from a northeasterly direction
years ago it was changed to the Sarah But later were content to breath a about 7:05 o'clock this morning. A
Caswell Angell Chapter for the late sigh number of bombs were dropped and'
Airs. James 3. Angell. This change in And play with toys and hiss at other the latest reports state that eight per-
name was confirmed by the executive boys sons were killed and 22 injared. Only
board. Who wouldn't play with drum and flag slight material damage was caused.
After a business meeting had been But had to have a powder bag, "Fire was opened from the anti-air-
held, a roll call of all the members But the day was ended and they went craft defenses and the enemy's forma-
who have belonged to the chapter was to bed tion was broken up, although the low
read. Some of the women who were And arose on the morrow to find Ted, lying clouds rendered the visibilityc
present at the meeting respondedto With a face out of place very bad. The raiders also were en-
the names with reminicenses of those And a finger shot to pieces. gaged by our own aircraft from a
who have died. My, how the fun decreases neighboring station.
Outline Work to Do When face and finger begin to smart "After dropping their bombs the
The executive committee then out AAnd right then and there Ted did start enemy's squadron turned seawardf
lined the work which the Chapter is to To make resolutions about next year. without attempting to penetrate inland-
do. The Chapter is in close touch with f Uncle Sam's in fightin gear The whole raid only occupied a few
the Navy league, the National con He vill not only do his bit m
gress, as well as the Red Cross. But will do his durmdest to git minutes- _
Through the committee on the wel- His hands on all the lads -
fare of women and children, it was de- Who nag and pull at their old dads SM ElgfIICl
cided to adopt two French orphans. To buy them powder so they can play
Another is 1 be adopted an honor of And have a loud and noisy day rNITSe 220r STDNTS T
Mrs. Isabella Hegner. She has justfSn- And to old ladies be an awful bore
ished editing the Nellie Curtis War Instead of help Old Glory win the war.1
Cook book. This book is now at the _
printers and will soon .be ready for c rat insinters as Mr hold- Wisconsin Students Go Into War
distribution. It will be sold by the bergsgre inetordeastMrisoldm Work of Various Sorts in P
begshould begin to devote his time Large Numbers
0. A. R. women for the benefit of the to research work in spaghetti. If the _g__ r
Red Cross. It was voted to make the food could be cooked in long endless
knitted equipment, such as sweaters strands much waiter help could be Madison, Wis., July 4.-More thant
and mufflers, needed by the crew of done away with. The customer could 1,500 men students secured summer
one destroyer. The men will be kept be served with the end and the waiter work through the "war service" census
supplied -during the war by this Chap- would be relieved from being bothered and employment bureau conducted at
ter. It will also send interesting read- wsith re-serves, the University of Wisconsin during the
ing matter to the men. This is to be last month of the college year, accord-
especially clippings from the news- ing to final figures. With about 1,000
papers and magazines. Mrs. Wait, the Awho left the university before the end
state regent, explained the whole Don't use the curtains to shine your of the year to take up food or mili-
work. shoes tary work, this means that more than
An interesting story of days of the It gives the Land Lady such awful 75 per cent of the men students are
Revolution was told by Miss Robert- bluesrecorded as devoting the summer vaca-
son. Mrs. Lavinia McBride read a his- Don't make a towel of the dresser tion to emergency service,
tory of the Chapter. The exercises cover Of the 1,500 students who found sum-
were closed by singing "America," aft- Or surely she'll send a letter to e 10studeng wh oyfon su-
erwihapesn udo npr mothier. mer jobs through the employment bu-
er which a pleasant outdoor supper mreau, 44 per cent are engaged in farm-
was served. ing, and 40 per cent in industrial work.
Where does the wind stay when it About 1,600 "war service badges" have
I. C. Jackson, '1, Doing FarmWork ceases to blow? been awarded and a large number who
H1. C. L. Jackson. '18, managing ed- are entitled to them have not yet ap-
itor of The Michigan Daily, is farming The several courses in Landscape plied for them.
near Manistique, Mich. on the Boulevard have been greatly Exactly 399 men students, who ap-
affected by the change of time. A plied for summer work but did not se-
Read The Wolverine. At your door whole hour was lost last Saturday cure positions before they left for their
thyee times a week for 75c. night and many are unable to account homes, are now being aided by the
for it. It is barely dusk when the cur- county councils of defense throughout
ts any Sort of photo- few rings at ten-thirty. the state. The employment bureau or-
gracrganized by the extension division sent
graphicwThe new July Columbia Records are to each county council the names of
about it now ready at Allmendingers, 122 E. the jobless students in that county.
713 East U. Liberty. Adv.
ANTI-TIJERCULOSIS WORK TAK-
EN UP BY STATE ORGANIZATION
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
Though the state board of health
In - tuberculosis survey is ended, the fight
against tuberculosis in Michigan has
been taken over by the State Anti-
LIGHT LUNCHEES Tuberculosis society.
The new organization will make ef-

forts to keep alive the interest in the
prevention of the disease that the sur-
vey will find cooling drinks and deliious has aroused and to increase en-
ice cream at our fountain thusiasm to conquer the disease be-
fore it begins. More than 20,000 per-
sons presented themselves for exam-
ination in the recent survey.
It has been requested by the society
that the general public co-operate
with the work that is being done, so
that the best results may be obtained
TYPEWRITERS
THE HOME OF BLOOMFIELD'S CHOCOLATES -aNmFOR RENT OR SALE...
709 No. University Hailton Business College
Phone 342-R STATE and WILLIAM

Professor Lloyd
To Give Lecture
Address Moved (tae Week Aheadi e-
ise of eceplionB eing,
Puasi-(;aaee
Professor A. H. Lloyd will give a
lecture on "Poetry, Comedy and Beau-
ty" at 5 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
in the auditorium of the Natural
Science building. The lecture is be-
ing given a week earlier than an-
nounced in the program so as not to
conflict with the reception of Presi-
dent Hutchins which will be held on
the thirteenth.
No Danger Seen
In 2ig Productio
New York Fod Supply Commission
Holds Prices Will lie
Firin
Is there danger of overproduction?
The New York state food supply
commission gives this answer to this
question:
"Some farmers have feared overpro-
duction. This fear might be justified
were it not for the conditions in Eu-
rope. All of Europe is approaching
famine conditions, and there is no
chance that farmers of Europe cani
give the care necessary for the pro-
duction of the best crops. Large quan-
tities of food are being lost at sea.
The world's reserve of food is prob-
ably the lowest in history. The grain
on farms in the United States on
March 1 is 700.000,000 bushels below
last year. The quantity in elevators
is much short of last year. The wheat
crop that has'just been harvested in
New Zealand, Australia and Argentine
is estimated at only 70 per cent of
last year's crop. The winter wheat of
the United States is in poor condition.
Wolverine advertising pays.

lAW 10 SEND MAIL 10
FOIENDS WITH PERSHING
txovernn ma ives O st l sling In-
sleaiens to 'Toseos Wio Wish
to Write
The following instructions concern-
ingi macil tfor soldiers of the United
States expeditionary forces in Europe
cave been officially sent out to the peo-
ple of the country:
"Letters, post cards and printed mat-
t«r originating in the United States or
any of its possessions for transmission
to the expeditionary forces in Europe,
-ne simeilar iatter originating with
such forces for transmission to the
UViited States or its possessions, are
subject to the United States domestic
classification, conditions and rates of
postage.
"No other than United States postage
stamps are valid for prepayment of
postage on mail matter herein de-
scribed.
"Mail addressed to members of the
expeditionary forces should bear the
complete designaition of the division,
regient, company and organization to
which the addressee belongs, as well
as the name and address of the sender,
and should be fully prepaid by postage
aimps affixed. P'ostoffice patrons
should under no circumstances attempt
to designate on the addressed envelope
the location of the army unit."
l Sisl'lNSJNS t,1i EiIINROLL-
aI P:i' 1110'O PS iiEA'i'i TAS'
'lais Wis., July 4.-Between 2,200
iol 2: ,lstudents enrolled during the
.if et ihte t'yls of the Untiversity of
ie ssie siumuier scssion which op-
eu-;l la-week and it is expected
that hlie total enrollment will reach
, ec00 durig the second week. This is
:c normal number' although it falls
short out the' huih g hacrk set by the en-
risel ut 333of'2,1:lstusmmer.
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