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The Wolverine, 1917-07-14

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Baptist Church
10A1 SERVICES IN Services at 10:30 o'clock. Rev.
John Mason Wells will preach on "God
AN ARB U O!R URC ES in Human History, or One Increasing.
H UUH UH UHUH LUPurpose."

SUNDAY SERVICES
Unitarian Church
Sunday services at 10:30 o'clock.
Sermon on Well's new book, "God, the
Invisible King." The new faith which
the war brings to Mr. H. G. Wells
and its relation to the philosophy of
Prof. Wm. James.
Congregational Church
Sunday services at 10:30 o'clock.
Reverend Douglas preaches on the
subject of "Self-Control."
Presbyterian Church
Services at 10:30 o'clock. Reverend
Leonard Barrett preaches on the sub-
ject, "The Probable Effect of the War
on Christianity."
First Methodist Church
Union services at 7:30 o'clock in
the evening. Prof. Leroy Waterman
will speak on the subject, "Personality
Versus Individualism."
Church of Christ (Disciples)
Sunday services at 10:30 o'clock.
Reverend N. C. Fetter will speak on
the subject, "Stilling the Tempest."
The Farmers & Mechanics Bank
South Main Street State Street Office
Corner Huron 30 So. State St
A i000 STRONG BANK WITH EVERY BANKING NEED

MAN WITH CORK LEG TRIES
TO ENLIST IN MARINE CORPS
Muskogee, Okla., July 13.-Believing
that the use of a cork leg should not
prevent him from serving his country,
John Franklin walked over 50 miles
from a farm near Wilburton, to this
city to apply for enlistment in the
United States marine corps.
Franklin had spent two months
ploughing the fields ' previous to his
long walk, and supported himself on
the hike by working at odd jobs along
the way. He surprised the marine
corps medical examined by walking
without the slightest sign of lameness.
Although Franklin expressed the
opinion that his cork leg should be
considered a handy life-preserver in
case of submarine attack, he was not
accepted.
DR. WARTHIN WILL ADDRESS
SOLDIERS NOW AT LANSING
Dr. A. S. Warthin of the Medical
school will address over 600 soldiers
at Lansing some time next week un-
der the auspices of the Y. M. C. A.
of that city. Professor Warthin is be-
ing sent under the direction of the
University extension service and will
most likely address the soldiers on
some subject of sanitation and health.

Between sets drink Coca-Cola.
Welcome wherever it goes,
for there's nothing that com-
pares to it as a thirst-quencher
and for delicious refreshment.
Demand thegenuine by full name-
neiknames encourage substitution.
THE COCA-COLA Co. ATLANTA. GA.

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BELIEVES CAMP DVIS
MOS1THEAJHFIIL CAP
Dr. C. B. Stouffer, Medical Attendant,
Writes Interesting News Con.
cerning Station
"Camp Davis is the healthiest engi-
neering camp in Michigan," writes Dr.
Clyde B. Stouffer, medical attendant.
"There have been very few cases of
actual sicknessa. For the first week
we were busily engaged in bandaging
up sunburned legs, arms and faces.
"There has been a lot of rain in this
region, and if it continues to pour
the way it has during the past ten
days we will have to wire to head-
quarters for a score or more canoes
in order to accomplish the work as-
signed us.
Hot Days; Cool Evenings
"About two hours after the sun
creeps over the horizon the air be-
comes extremely warm. During the
day the temperature constantly hov-
ers around the 90 degree mark. The
evenings are cool and acts as a
'bracer' after a hard day's work.
Heavy bed clothes are applied every
night.
"Swimming furnishes the boys with
plenty of exercise and amusement.
The water has been luke warm all
summer, despite the fact that the
source of the stream comes from the
ice cold springs in the North.
Men Take Setting-Up Exercises
"Captain Martin is giving the stu-
dents setting-up exercises. His train-
ing is working wonders on the stu-
dents in the way of hardening their
muscles, reducing all unnecessary fat
and training them in the rudiments
of discipline. The physical training
exercises are so arranged that they do
not interfere with the daily routine of
students.
Perfect Sanitation System
"The camp is absolutely sanitary.
The main street, mess hall, different
buildings and passageways are thor-
oughly cleansed each day. The danger
of an epidemic infesting the camp is
practically impossible."
EMPLOYED AT CAMP
Rowe, Intramural Athletic Director,
Goes to Fort Niagara
Michigan's intramural director of
athletics, Floyd Rowe, left Thursday
for Fort Niagara, N. Y., to take charge
of the athletics at the officers' training
camp stationed there. Rowe will act
as the official athletic director under
Colonel Miller.
Mr. Rowe has been in charge of in
terclass athletics at the University for
several years and through his efforts
class athletics have been growing in
popularity.
Latest reports state that Mr. Rowe
will hold this position until camp is
over, August 15, and then it is thought
he will go to Battle Creek to stimu-
late athletics at the army cantonment,
which has been placed there, though
as yet,enhe has not received the ap-
pointment.
DR. WATERMAN GIVES TALKS
ON "MESSAGES OF THE BIBLE"
Dr. Leroy Waterman of the language
department will give by request a
short course on "Messages of the
Bible," in the Baptist church at 9:30
'clock Sunday morning. Dr. Water-
nan was requested to give this course
especially for the benefit of summer
school students, but it is open to any
one who cares to attend. The subjects

to be treated are as follows: "The
Patriarchial Stories," "The Historical'
Books," "The Law," "The Prophets,"
'Apocalyptic," and "The Wisdom Lit-
erature."

Summer School Supplies
and Books Now Ready
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Age o Hadica; ept Report of Dr. J. F.Bln
Age no Handicap,
T American Institute of Homoeo-
.71 kes 100 Pillows pathy at a recent meeting in Roches-
ter, N. Y., accepted the entire research
rs. S. B. Holman, SO Years of Age, on drug proving of Dr. John F. Blinn

Actively Engaged in Work
for Boys at Front
Perhaps the oldest and most faith-
ful citizen of Ann Arbor and of many
a city to do her "bit" to help the sol-
diers in France is Mrs. S. B. Holman,
86 years of age, of Geddes avenue,
who has made over 100 pillows for
the khaki boys within the last few
months under the direction of Mrs.
L. P. Hall. Mrs. Holman will soon
be 87 and she is as alert and thrifty
as though she were 30.
The pillows are filled with sanitary
comfortable and can be used any-
where that there are woundedS sol-
diers. To complete one of the pads
requires considerable lime and
patience, it is said.
"I'm prouder of the Hubbard
squashes I am raising for the soldiers
than I am of my pillows I have made,"
lirs. Holman answered on being con-
plimented for her industry. "I have
a patch of 40, with leaves 16 and 17
inches long >y actual measurement,"
and she marked the distance off on
her cane.
"As long as the Lord lets me live,
I am goiig to live to some purpose,"
is a favorite expression of Mrs. Hol-
man.

of this city, as reported by the com-
mittee and gave Dr. Blinn a special
vole of thanks.
Dr. 1 1inn is a member of the depart-
ment of materia medica of the Uni-
versity IHomoeopathic school and has
during the past year carried on tests
regarding the action of important
drugs on the human body and upon
animals also.
sFunds have been appropriated by
the homoeopathic institute for Dr.
Blinn to centiiue his research work
along the same lines.
Siusmuer Baseball Starts at Wisconsin
Madison, Wis., July 13--Summer
baseball games will commence tomor-
r<w afternoon at the University of
Wisconsin. More than 50 men re-
sponded to the first call for players.
Masks, bases, bats and balls will
be furnished by the athletic depart-
menit, while other material will be fur-
nished by the players. The games will
be of seven innings each between the
three chosen teams.
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