IN1ERES INCHESES BILL INIDED WILL
PAT-CHES IN DABY COURSE1 D E IDCORPS
SIXTY-FIVE NEW BERRtftIS no's iid~a ~
SIudy Open to All Students with Sat- . IE ..lE o s'l 'fr i Air Fleet
isfactory Preliminary in the Hall. All of them sweet, too. Mid'otfisre house
Orleans Torpedoed and Sunk; Four
of Crew Drowned; Vessel of
Washington, July 6.-The American
steamship Orleans, of the Oriental
Navigation company, has been tor
pedoed and sunk by a submarine
Four of the crew were drowned, bu
all members of the armed naval guard
The state department. announcing
the sinking today. withheld the place
and the time of the attack. The Or-
leans was a steel vessel of 2,08 tons
The Orleans and the Rochester op
enly defied Germany's rurthless sub-
marine warfare by sailing from New
York for France soon after the breals
in diplomatic relations between Ber
lin and this country.
Both ships successfully made their
way through the submarine field to a
port in France. At that time the Or-
leans carried a crew of 35 of whom 32
were American citizens.
WILL ESTABLISHI EPISCOPAL
GIRLS' IOITORY NEXT YEAR
An Episcopal girls' dormitory will
be established at 517 Ann street by
Mrs. W. L. Schurz next year. The
house will accommodate 15 girls, and
there is still room for five more if
applications are put in immediately.
The whole house will be newly fur-
nished, the girls' rooms being all
alike. The rates will be $2.50 per
week, upperclass women having first
choice of rooms.
It should be understood that this is
not a boarding house. Board may be
furnished second semester.
There is no absolute rule that the
girls be Episcopalian but Mrs. Schurz,
prefers it so. Mrs. Schurz will act as
Read The Wolverine. At your door
three times a week for 75c.
Try The Wolverine for service.
If its any sort of photo-
graphic work ask Swain
713 East U.
The Library methods course in the
University is attracting added inter-
t est each summer, more than 25 stu-
dents being enrolled in the course
1ach student taking the course ob-
taiss an elementary knowledge of li-
brary science, and provides ample op-
portunity to assist librarians and, as-
sistants in smaller libraries who have
had no special library school train-
ing. The courses are not offered as
a substitute for a regular full year Ii-
br'ry course. In the past they have
proved helpful to students who could
not afford the time or expense of a
more extended study of library work.
A series of general lectures on books
and bibliography, the history of li-
braries, library buildings and fur-
nishings, library administration, book
selection and book buying will be
given by Librarian Bishop of the Uni-
versity. Technical instruction will be
given by members of the University
library staff. Three hours practice
work will ordinarily be needed for
each lecture in the technical subjects.
fFour hours credit may be earned if
the full course is completed and sat-
No entrance examinations will. be
held, but candidates are supposed to
have completed a high school course
or its equivalent, and must satisfy the
University librarian as to their prep-
aration to undertake the work.
FEW STUDENTS REPORT AT
UNIVERSITY MEALTR SERVICE
The University health service re-
ports that only a few students have
visited the department for medical
treatment since its opening day last
Monday morning. Practically all of
tthe students enrolled in Professor
Bursley's "Military Stores Methods"
course have been examined. Dr.
Elsie Pratt states that the health of
the woeons students is better than last
summer's report for the same length
"Quick, Watson, the needle,' said
Sherlock as oe put on a new record.
TO SOPH SPEED FIfENDS contri-
Buick Guy: "I thought your gov-
ernor said he wouldn't bail you outs
Marmon Guy: "Well, he couldn't
vvery well refuse when I asked him for
a small liberty loan."
THE MEDICS will be astounded to
learn that our typewriter has only one
THE C IUES
Why doesn't somebody suggest to
some one that he present the Ui-
versity with a memorial tower to be
erected at the flag pole? Then we
could put the chimes in an adequats,
And if he cared to add anoctave of
new bells, why-.
OUR EOFORT KIT
A little box of home-made candy
Makes a fellow feel just dandy.
Layer cake is not the best I
To send to Brother Fred-
Ginger bread is better-he can
Hide it in the bed.
TO FELLOW SUFFERERS:
The only advantage we can find in
belonging to the Cod Water Shavers''
society is that the lather doesn't dry
quite so fast as with hot.
HAVE YOU NOTICED the sweep
of the Sig Alph lawn? And the won-
serfully well-proportioned trees? It
reminds us of a csrtain smooth,
weheat-covered valley lying between
high hills i Montana.
DOES UNCLE SAM KNOW that the
U-boats get their mail from a secret
baserigt hsere in Ass Arbor? Te
Arcade Flower Sop sys tat it is -
cate "Opp. Sub. Postal Station."
BIG BEN SAYS:
"You have to rouse up early if you're
in tile solid geometry class that meets
at 7 a. m."
FROM THE RHETORIC DEPT. TOO
"Ibsen is undoubtedly the foremost
living playwright at the present time."
Beans for Monday,
Pork for Tuesday,
Beef for Wednesday noon,
Htasm for Ttursday,
Fis1h for Friday-
Sing it to a tue-
Hash for Saturday,
CHICKEN (oh, joy) Sunday,
This, you will agree,
Is what is meant
By "Regular Meals."
P. A. T.
HARVARD GRANTS PROFESSOR
TAUSSIG LEAVE OF ABSENCE
Cambridge, Mass., July 6.-Prof.
Frank William Taussig of Htarvasrd
university, recently appointed by Pres-
ident Wilson as a member of the tariff
cohmission. has been granted a leave
of absence by the Harvard corpora-
tion until September, 191, it was an-
You can find all the University
notices and events in The Wolverine
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FOR RENT OR $ALE I
Hamilton Business College
Phone 842-R STATE and WILLIAM
Wa'shtTington, July C.-The first
's'l step for ith new American air
rps was taken today, when Chair-
ass 1z o st of the House military af-
.; i-° c-nnmiee introduceel two bills
s vs's sy or the organization asis
essssts 1 ssfsthe proposed aviation
'lie personnel ill authorizes rais-
li rse of 0 ss, provides au-
ority for the admiistration of the
'ing corps and authorizes the presi-
I t to resort to selective draft, if
,ss eary, in raising the men.
'' bill was referred to the nilitary
rcomusittee. War department
s .sssothers interested will be
S 'rby file committiee, beginning
s . s is expected there will be
ss'ci estpposition to the selective
'lisHotse appropriations commit-
oe bs ' begun co'sideration of a
measure to finance the new air serv-
lee. The, ar departsment estimates
$69000,000 will be needed.
3.1 yIll1 itS vHill tS '-'1IIBU'
tfARhS TO IlEPL.A(E Ol) ONEIS
\'ashington, July .-A new card
that will soon appear on many houses
roo'jtssst the United States has been
prepared for distribution by the United
Stals marines. It has been'designed
to replace cards, formerly distributed
by that organization, that read: "A
man from this house is serving in the
inied States marine corps."
The new announcement, printed in
white and blue letters on a fac-simile
of the French tricolor, bears the simple
but more impression legend: "A man
from this house is fighting in France
with United States marines."
N. G. Vegins Soon
Orders, a- They Stand a Present, In-
disale Troops Will Be Called
on July l5
Lansing, Mich., July 6.--Mobilization
of the national guard on the 15th of
July is the way orders stand at pres-
ent. In view of discussion of a pos-
sible change of date to August 5, Gen-
eral Louis Covell and Colonel Walter
llogers visited General Barry in Chi-
iago, Barry being head of the central
divisloi' and were assured there had
been nc, change in orders.
Though nothing definite is an-
nounced, national guard officers here
are confident that the Michigan guard
will bd stationed for a time at Gray-
ling, as improvements on the reserva-
tion there are being rushed.
NEW YORK U. OF M. CLUB
BUYS $100 LIBERTY BOND-
"The Gothamite," published by the
University of Michigan club of New
York, just received at The Wolverine
office, states that it has approximately
450 members. On behalf of the club,
Secretary Stone has subscribed $100
to the Liberty loan. This is not a
stupendous sum, but a decent contrib-
ution when the size of the club and
its modest charges are considered.
Being in the name of the club, this
$100 Liberty bond reflects, it is said,
a certain modicum of patriotism on
each club member.
Mrs. T. L. Stoddard
HairGoods and Cosmetics
707 North University Avenue
LECTURES AT THE BIBLE CHAIR BUILDING
444 SOUTH STATE STREET
TWO SERIES, of helve lectures each, will be given by Thomas M. Iden,
the regular instructor in the Ann Arbor Bible Chair..
SERIES I.-Some Scientific Aspects of Relijion and the Bible. Seven
o'clock P. M. on Thursdays and Saturdays, beginning July 12th.
Subjects for the coaing week: "How Men Know Cod," and "Science and Religion."
SERIES II.-Ai) listro'ducstiou to the Stuy of the Bible. Four o'clock P.
M. on Tuesdays and Fridays, beginning July loth.
Subjects for the coioing week: "What the Bible Is," and "Ho We Got Our Bible."
These lectures are offered especially for the students of the University Summer
School. but they are open andifree to all who ay a/,ire to hear them.
1857-Dry Goods, Furniture, and Women's Fashions- 1917
A cool, quiet dining place Q
where an appetizing lunch-
eon can be obtained at a
moderate cost during any
part of the shopping day.
Special Noon Dinner, 65c
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aopplhnisof All Kirads
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