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The Wolverine, 1917-07-12

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AJI A A ditional men, to save transportation,
might come to them from the drafts
of Texas, Arizona. New Mexico, and
S California. Michigan draft troops
might be sent, for the same reason.

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to camps at New Jersey where Guards-
Unfilled PlAces, to be Supplied by men of other states are to traii for
le Plcese toe Sleied byFrance.-
Meln Chosen from Selective "'There is a chance, of course, that
Army we might be able to transport re-
cruits from Michigan to the Michigan
The state War Preparedness board, regiments at our own expense. But
which has been conducting an active there is nothing certain about this. If
campaign for the recruitment of the is certain, though, that if a man en-
National Guard for several months, is lists now, he can go into the organi-
making a final appeal to the young zation where the friends from his
men of the state to enlist. The board home community are. If he waits un-
points out that it is almost the after- til the draft, neither he nor we can
noon of the last day for those who are tell where tie will go."
hesitating in their desire to becom,'
volunteers: DISCONT IINUE ALL I;IT
"Any young man who desires to Cou1SE, IN ISSETETICS
serve with a Michigan regiment in
this war," says the appeal in part, The home nursing and surgical
"rather than among strangers of the
selective army, has little time left. dressings courses offered to Univer-
First, because the National Guard is sity students by the National Red
filling up rapidly; in fact, it is now Cross organization have been aband-
very close to war strength. Second, oned. So few enrolled that it was
because there is a probability after not worth while to continue the clas-
the Guard is called out, recruits wills Of the thrffe
actually be refused because the lack- lythe one in dietetics will be con-
ing men will he taken from the se- tinned
lective army.
"If the Michigan troops should be It is highly desirable that more
sent directly to the border, these ad- enter this course, as the information
__________________ k iv n there has much to do with con-
1 p he rlte W G 1l . k serving the nation's food suppsly. Those
The Farmers & MacbanicsBak"s" :""'n',dos'"tnr
wisihing to enroll msay do so tomsorrow
South Main Street State Street Office afternoon at 2 o'clock in the kitchen
of the Ann Arbor high salhool. The
Cirnur lirlI 330 s,. Silte St fee for materials used in the course is
A 000 STRONG BANK WITH EVERY BANKING NEED $5.50, payable at the high school.

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Between sets drink Coca-Cola.
Welcome 'wherever it goes,
for there's nothing that com -
pares to it as a thiist-enc CTer
and for delicious refreshment.
Demand the genuine by full name- ' a - ' t
nicknames encourage substitution
TH COCA-COLA Co. ATLANTA. CA.
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Detroit
to
Put-in-Bay - Cedar Point
Cleveland --Sandusky
Daylight Across the Lake
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DESCIBES MISSION
OFHJElrSk P EO PLE
Iabbi Wolsey to Give Last Lecture of
Series Today on "The Jew and
The Gentile"
"Fraternalism and International
sympathy are the mission which Jews
must carry to the peoples of the
world," said Rabbi Wolsey in his sec-
ond lecture on the subject of the
modern Jews delivered at 5 o'clock
yesterday afternoon. The third and
last lecture of his series will be given
at 5 o'clock this afternoon on the
topic, "The Jew and the Gentile."
Rabbi Wolsey has been greeted by a
large crowd at each of his lectures
thus far, and a good audience is ex-
pected this afternoon.
Rabbi Wolsey in discussing the orth-
odox Jew said that, "The cult, which
is in the majority, clings to the tradi-
tions and customs of ancient Jewish
history in their entirety. The ortho-
dox Jew believes that God banished
the children of Lsrael as a punish-
ment. This punishment is merely
temporary. The day will come when
historic Jerusalem will be restored.
Explains Meaning of Ejonism
"Zionism seeks to bring the restora-
tiomn topass, The movement was
started in 197 by Theodore Mcmivl.
Since 1897 eleven congresses have
been held to consider buying a home
for the Jewish race. In 1905 the
British Government offered this con-
gress a plot of ground in East Africa.
The offer was refused by a majority
vote of theacongesshbecause the ma-
jority felt that the home of the Jew-
should be Palestine. Since 1905 a
steady colonization of Palestine by
Jews who hoped to hasten Zion has
proceeded.
Will Palestine ie Returned to Jewsl
"News comes from Palestine that
the British armies in the east are
now within 25 miles of Jerusalem.
General Murrey has officially an-
nounced that if Jerusalem is captured,
PIlestine will be turned over to the
Jews."
Closing his lecture, Rabbi Wolsey
said that, "The future of Zionism can-
not be foreseen. But it is plain that
Palestine cannot support all the Jews
in the world. Reform Judaism main-
tains that the dispersion of the Jews
from Palestine was final and was a
blessing in disguise. The Palestine
period of Judaism was a temporary
phase of Jewish life, through the Jews
passed to a larger mission. That
iasion is to bring home to the
world's conscience the fact that all
men are brothers."
NOTEDG REEK PLAYERS
tOME HERE NEXT WEEK
(Continued from Page One
through the south and west, playing in
the leading towns and educational in-
stitutions. They have performed at
M. A. C. during the past week. The
company is scheduled to appear at
Racse next week.
Tickets for the performances will
he on sale at 2 o'clocl Saturday after-
noon at Warsaboktore. Season
tickets for all the plays will be sold
at $2.50 each.
School of Music Enrollment Forty-five
Enrollment for the school of music
this summer is approximately 45,
maintaining the same number as last
year. Although the work of this de-
partment is somewhat scattered, 'due
to the tearing down and remodelling
of the old building on Maynard street,
this is a greater number than was ex-
pected.

Series of Educational Pictures to Be
Given Free of Charge
One hour and a half's entertainment
will be provided to all those attend-
ing the educational moving pictures at
a o'clock tonight in the auditorium of
the Natural Science building. The
reels to be shown tonight are the
first of a series that will be thrown
on the screen during the summer
msonths. No admission is charged,
HEALTH SERVICE REPORTS
DECREASE IN OFFICE CALLS
The University health service is not
the hurly-burly place for curing ail-
ments as it was during the smallpox
scare last fall. Students are extreme-
ly healthy and do not find a long de-
sire to visit the department for med-
icine or treatment. The doctors in
the health service report that the
physical examinmtion for those taking,
Prof. J. A. Bursley's course in Army
Stores Methods are practically fin-
ished.
Dr. Elsie Pratt states that there
have been 71 physical examinations
and about 10 more are expected. Ex-
aminations for the women are option-
al. The office calls also show a fall-
ing off. After Monday morning the
sours for the women stusdents will be
changed to 10 to 12 o'clock every
scorning.
Wolverine advertising pays.

COMPANY HAS COSTLY BLAZE
Detroit, July 11.-Half of the three-
story pipe shop of the Murray W.
Sales company, wholesale plumbers,
123 Woodbridge street west, was de-
stroyed by fire at 8 o'clock. The 50
employees in the building escaped un-
hurt. The cause of the blaze is not
known. A fire wall prevented the blaze
from spreading to the adjoining part
of the building.
The D. & C. Navigation company
owns the building which is insured for
$10,000 and was a total loss. The loss
to the Sales company was small, due
to all of its stock, except a quantity of
oil and hemp, being hardware and ma-
chinery, most of which can be re-
covered. The building was about 50
years old, and was built by the late
Luther Beecher, one of the oldest
prominent residents of Detroit.
K. Staiz, '116111, loins Medical Corp
Earl Staatz, '1itM, who spent the
last year in a hospital in Tacoma,
Wash., is spending a few days with
his friends in Ann Arbor. Mr. Staatz
is on his way to Washington, D. C.,
where he will enter the medical
corps as first lieutenant.
CHOP 8V EY
Open During Summer School
11 A.M. tolIP.M.
4MIC4HIGAN INN
pPhoe948-R 801 52. 1Lberiy Snt.

SHEEHAN (Q CO.
Summer School Supplies
and Books Now Ready
L LYND ON'S, 719 N. University Ave.
FOR
Eastman Kodaks Eastman Films
Guaranteed Amateur Finishing
Enlargements from your Negatives a Specialty
I have led while others followed in amateur finishing for twelve
years. Now we are still leading. We guarantee perfect results
or no charge. We give you "Peace Time Results" as we have
a plenty of Metol (which we could sell at $50.00 per lb.) and
we venture to say that no other firm is using Metol for finishing.
If you want the best results you will bring your films here.

GIVE FREE MOVIES RIVER FRONT MANUFACTURING

Two doors from
Hill Auditorium

LYN D ON'S

719 North
University Avenue

Every Day Excursions to Put-in-Bay
Round Trip Fare Round Trip$
Same day an Sundays or
Week Days 5U Holidays out)
Cedar Point Excursi s $125 Round
Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Friday - Tkip
Cleveland One Way Fare, Every Day, 1.75
Big Steel Steamer "Put-in-Bay" leaves Detroit every day
at 8:00 a. m., Central Standard Time.
Steel Side Wheel Steamer "Frank E. Kirby"leavesDetroit
week days at 4:00 p. m., Central Time.
FREE DANCING--Finzers Orchestra on Str. "Put-in-Bay"
Whole afternoon at Put-in-Bay. Two and one-hilt heiiours at Cedar
Pains. VisPer Isi 87,0,0(;0 ,,isicitirgathe C :inie ,,ne
Paviliosm,lig Hots, hIsktmi ishi q'i idmBadWl5
MIidway, Lagoons, etc.
FirstStreet Wharf, Detroit
Write for Folders
Ashley & Dustin Steamer Line
Detroit, Michigan

The New Catalogue
of the
Ulliversity of ichigall
IS NOW READY
Complete infornation concerning the eight Colleges and Schools:
LI,'1ERATURE, SCIENCE AND THllE ARTS, EN-
GINEERING, MEDICINE, LAW, PHARMACY,
IIOMEOPATI HY, DENTISTRY, GRADUATE, AND
THE SUMMER 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 admimistra-
tion of departments of sanitation and pssblic 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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