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July 10, 1917 - Image 4

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The Wolverine, 1917-07-10

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THE WOLVERINE

SECOND CONCERT
COMES TOMORROW
School of Music Faculty Members Will
Appear in Program in 11111
Auditorium
The second complimentary concert
of the season will be given by the
members of the School of Music fac-
ulty at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening
in Hill auditorium. The program will
be offered by Miss Ada Grace Johnson
and Mr. Albert Lockwood. The gen-
eral public is invited to attend
The program is as follows:
Chaconne ...............Bach-Busoni
Mr. Lockwood.
Paria ........................ Arditi
Miss Johnson.
Caprice on "Alceste" of Gluck.....

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STUDENTS IN GOOD HEALTH,
SERVICE REPORT SHOWS
Students appear to be in the best
of health, according to the latest re-
ports from th'e University Health Ser-
vice. The number of office calls since
the summer school has opened has
been small in number.
The service has examined 49 stu-
dents enrolled in Prof. J. A. Bursley's
Army Stores Methods Course, and as
there are a few more to be examined
and the physicians request all those
who have not attended to this matter
to do so at their earliest opportunity.
The June report for the Health Ser-
vice shows that there was a total of
1,037 office calls and 32 new patients
registered. Among this number there
were one pneumonia, one scarlet fev-
er, and four measles cases.

......................... St. Saens GOODRIICH RETURNS FROM
Ballade F minor, Op. 52.......Chopin LIBRARIANS' CONVENTION
Mr. Lockwood.
"It's Morning"..............Sharp Mr. Frank Goodrich, reference li-
Sunshine Song .............Grieg brarian, has returned from the Amer-
Ecstacy ................... Rummel ican Library association convention
Miss Johnson. at Louisville, Ky. The convention
spent much time in discussing plans
Cross With Life Insurance Company for soldiers' reading.
Cecil F. Cross, '17, one of Michigan's There were interesting reports on
star track athletes during the last few what English librarians have done for
years, who also reaped scholastic hon- Tommy Atkins. Lists of the books
ors, is at present occupying a positon read in the trenches show the fighting
with the Grange Life Insurance branch man a hardy and adventurous reader
office of this city. unafraid of Conan Doyle, Marie Cor-
elli, and the Bible. The tired soldier
The Farmers & Mechanics Bank eads books of the tired business man
South Main Street State Street Office A library week will be announced
Corner Huron 330 S. state St. soon when all people will be told how
they can help in getting together a
A i000 STRONG BANK WITH EVERY BANKING NEED collection of books and magazines.
Between sets drink Coca-Cola.J
Welcome wherever it goes,
for there's nothing that com-
pares to it as a thirst-quencher f
and for delicious refreshment.l
Demand the genuine byful nam'-
nicknames encourage substitutionT-,.
THE COCA-COLA Co. ATlANTA. G.
23CC
As a. Natural Cave
Delicious Candies
and
Summer Drinks
Light Lunches
OUR SERVICE IS PROMPT
fUIVEIed'
709 N. UNIVERSITY AVENUE

Y. M. C.9: EMPLIYMET
BOBEAU SECORINC JOBS
Many Students Availing Themselves
of Opportunity for Work
in Summer
The summer drive for odd jobs has
begun and the Y. M. C. A. employment
service is in the thick of the work.
Since spring vacation 50 odd jobs a
week have been given out and many
positions are on the waiting list.
Jobs of every description, from hoe-
ing gardens, peeling spuds, and wash-
ing windows, to beating carpets, and
office work have been given out and
the employers are well satisfied with
the students' efforts. Even the most
elite student can find some odd job
that will satisfy his odd spare mo-
ments and increase his bank account.
During the past week the Y. M. C. A.
employment service has received a
score of letters, and all the writers are
desirous of getting jobs to keep them
in school.
Last week's reports show that many
graduate students, as well as under-
graduates and prep school boys are
working at odd jobs.
OVER $420,000 OF MICHIGAN
UNION FUND IS SUBSCRIBED
Over $420,000 of the $790,000 sub-
scribed to the new Michigan Union
building fund has already been paid
and indications indicate that the fall-
ing off of subscriptions will be very
slight. The average of such losses has
amounted to about eight per cent, but
many of such subscriptions will
eventually be made 'good.
The policy of the building commit-
tee up to the present time and in the
future will be not to give out any con-
tracts unless sufficient capital is on
hand to cover such agreements. Thus
far the progress of the construction
has not been halted by insufficient
funds.
MICHIGAN DAMES INVITES
STUDENTS' WIVES TO JOIN
Michigan Dames society, an organ-
ization for wives of students of the
University, wishes to announce that it
invites the membership of students'
wives on the campus this summer.
Mrs. W. R. Rathke, president of the so-
ciety, wishes to visit those interested,
and requests that those interested call
her at 2336-J so that she may be able
to call on them. A meeting of the
organization was held last night. The
date of the next gathering will be an
nounced soon.
Issue School of Music Catalogue Soon
The annual catalogue of the School
of Music will be issued in a few days.
It is now on the press. The plans for
remodelling the old building delayed
the publication this year. Besides in-
formation regarding the new building,
the catalogue will contain half tone
cuts of the new school.
J. A. Rickert, Medical Student Married
Miss Ruth Riemeyer, daughter of
Rev. and Mrs. E. Riemeyer, of Rich-
mond, Mich., was married to John A.
Rickert, student in the medical de-
partment, on Friday of last week.
The ceremony was performed by the
bride's father in the Casso German
Evangelical church.
Mail Grades of Literary Students
The first marks of the students of

the literary college for last semester
were mailed out yesterday and the
remainder will doubtless be sent out
today. No official information could
be secured as to the number of stu-
dents placed on probation.

i

A BIT OF TERSE LIBRE MEDICAL STUDENTS
ON THE OLD LIBRARY WILL BE DRAFTED
"The old Library is gone," I thought
with surprise War Department Will Give Them Fur-
As I walked through the dim shadows loughs, Conditional, to Con.
of the campus last night. tinue Their Studies
I do not know why I should be sur-
prised. Word has been received from the
I had watched them at work with their War department by President Harry
ropes and picks B. Hutchins and Dean V. C. Vaughan,
As 'they worried the old building, until of the medical department, that mced-
it fell ical students will not be exempt from
Bit by bit, with reluctance. draft, as has been the rumor in this
I felt that if I only held my breath vicinity.
hard and closed my eyes, The notification expressly states
When I opened them, it should still that medical students will not be ex-
be there, empt from draft, but that medical stu-
That quaint old rounding front with dents drafted will be given a condi-
the ivy of the years tional and limited furlqugh to con-
Upon it. tinue their medical studies. This last
Today there is nothing left but a pile fact, will allow those studying med-
of nicine to continue their work, even
In front of a new red brick building, though they are drafted. The notice
Marian G. Wilson. to this effect has been posted in the
medical building.
Fire Ruins Shoe Shining Parlor
Fire practically destroyed the No Women's League Party This Week
Economy Shoe Shining parlor located
on the corner of Maynard and Liberty There will be no Women's League
streets yesterday. Nearly all the fur- party on Friday of this week on ac-
nishings in the place were destroyed. funt this weekPthe rill beceptiot
The fire was soon brought under con-
trol and the frame structure was sav- every Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock
ed from ruins. No definite informa- in Barbour gymnasium.
tion could be received yesterday as to
what the plans of the owners are for C H O P V E Y
the future. Open During Summer School
11 A. M. to 1 P. M.
Read The Wolverine. At your door MICIGAN INN
three times a week for 75c. Phone_948-R_60__1_._______St.

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Summer School Supplies
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Two doors frm
Hill Auditorium

LYNDON'S

715 North
University Avenue

The New Catalogue
of the
Ulliversity 1 of Miohligall
IS NOW READY
Complete information concerning the eight Colleges and Schools:
LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS, EN-
GINEERING, MEDICINE, LAW, PHARMACY,
HOMEOPATHY, DENTISTRY, GRADUATE, AND
THE SUyNMER SESSION
Special Courses in Forestry, Newspaper Work, Land-
scape Design, Higher Commercial Education, including
Railway Administration and Insurance, Architecture,
Conservation Engineering, Education (affiliated with
Ann Arbor Schools for Observation Study), and a
Course for those preparing for the scientific administra-
tion of departments of sanitation and public health.
For Copy of Catalogue, Special Announcement, or Individual
Information, address
The Dean of the School or College in which interested, or
SHIRLEY W. SMITH
Secretary University Ann Arbor, Michigan

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