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July 17, 1917 - Image 2

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The Wolverine, 1917-07-17

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AGE TWO T HE WOL
Ube Uoverine If its any sort
Wuerth Theatre graphic work
The official student newspaper' for t
Matinees a, 3:30. Nights 6:30, 5, 9:30 the University of Michigan summer abou t 713 Eas
Saturdays-Sundays-Continuous session. Published by the students on
Tues-1y-Franklyn Frnum in "Bring- Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday af-
ieglomterathe" se.I samte
Wed SJ. W ta erKerigan in "The ternoons. Twenty-five issues. seen. It is a matter
Measue of a Man." to how much of t
'tlI :s- s-I-aeetsse Brricale itCokaw ilb
"The Snarl." Advertising rates-Furnished upon ap- "Choektaw" will h
Sat-aa-Marjorie Rambea in "The plication to the business manager. English.
Dazzling Miss Davison," ptthus ss na . -
Sun-1-o-2-3-Wallace Reid and Subscriptions and ads taken at Quar-
Aee."t m ry's and University Avenue Phar-
macy.
Office Hours: Managing editor, 1:E F
Orpheum Theatre to 2:00 daily; business manager, F
_______________________ 1:00 to 2:00 daily. Phone 960 or
Matinees 2, 3:3. Nights 6:30, 8, 9:30 2414.
Saturdays-Sundays-Continuous Writes The Wolve
Tues-7-Norma Talmadge in "Fifty Address, The Wolverine, Press Build- That Famous Bells
illy" Rehaohed, nMyadStAnAbr
We -Dougslasl k eairebanks in "The log, Mayn rd St. Ann Arbor. Campus Grounds
Amtericano." tebooked. lve. t5_c.
'Ihlvs-i-9--FaTnnie Ward in "Un- Leonard W. Nieter-Managing Editor
cnqteed."
Sat-t-lorence eLa Badie in "The Wt- Phone 2414 or 1855 Detroit
mnit White"
S t Mt-2 2 tmo Lincoln in "Might Bernard Wohli-Business Manager To the Editor, The
ed lt Il .Hart in "The Return Phone 960 or 2413-R To me as to many
of W Draw tgan." Rebooked. Fve. tteU University of Michi
Reporters a cause for regrett
Marion Rood H. J. Burtis chimes have ceased r
CFW. Wood J. L. Stadeker her does nt seem
M. G. Hedin L. Kuschinski them.
Shows at 3:00;E6:30; :o; 9:30 Mary Rhoades D. K. Middlebrook Every university c
130 Unless Otherwise Specified B sine Sta."self a set of traditi
Phone t6-M Business Staf mental atmosphere
'ae-:y-cesege Walsh it "Melting Mil' William Le Fevre Circulation Mgr. influences every stu
dSpltced and cted." Assistants is conscious of it or
Welini 9e Sthiind Marie Sat- Maurice Klein B. F. Fullerton the influence of this
adta~nsedy.GerinPoka
T'ahtt-9 Vakeha Suratt in "The Slave" Georgiana Pockman ' phere which surroun
Fea-Maxin deori atd 'aeei the best thing whici
Myers in t"he launted Pajamas," Out of his college ca
(a splendid comedy-drama) and Fig-
man Comedy, "Monomania." ories and traditions
TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1917 Oxford university fo
speak more eloquen
We have both the inclination and Issue Editor-James C. J. Martin than do his teachers.
the equipment to furnish the versity gradually de
hbest in banking service AN EXPERIMENT uality, a personality
The action of The Wolverine to take I think it ought to b
The Ann Arbor Sayings Bank into its hands the directing of a sum- serve. To take awa
INCORPORATED 1869 mer session tennis tournament is an tures which give it
Capital and Surplus $ 50000.00 experiment from all angles. It is an personality is a mi
Resources . . $4,000,000.00 answer to an appeal made by a num- any features which h
Northwest Corner Main and her of students and the success of the interest, charm or1
Huron Streets movement will depend upon the co- why I think the old
707 North University Avenue operation of those interested in the the chimes ought to
sport- served as a warning
Michigan's facilities in the way of were too much given
tennis are equal if not superior to that as I remember.
Open ALL Summer of any university in the country. Campaniles, such
Ample courts, some of them of extra- Springfield, Mass., ar
T. ' good quality, will be at the disposal popular for the hou
of the men in the tournament. The the United States, an
success of Wisconsin's tournament is
L M hM anindication that Michigan'ssched mental and useful;
S " ul~~e can be carried to completion with mna n sfl
LUNCHES, SODAS strong interest and without interfer- up but little ground
AND TOBACCO ence. they not put the od
In recent summers, tennis tourna- on the campus agai
338 SO. STATE ST. ments have been handled by the stb- of some description.
letic department, but due to the dis- SYLVIA S. VI
ruption in athletics caused by war con-
Developing, t O Prints, 3o, 4o, 50 ditons, no action was taken this year.
8 HOUR SERVICE It is urged that all those interested
KODAK FINISHING in the sport make their interest known W OMEN'S
as soon as possible at The Wolverine
Arcade Floral Shop - "Kodak Florist" office. The success of the project de-
Nickels Arcade Opp.aSub-Postal Station pends upon the co-operation of the Dean Jordan Sends
Phone 600 student body. The fololwi'ng com
was recently received
CHINESE AND AMERICAN DISHESSOLDIER SLANG B. Jordan, will be
Open An Summer When a University man hits the by all women expect
TRY EORGE'S CHOP SUEY trenches he has much to learn, even University duringIA,
WAI KING LOO in slang. He may have been proficient Dean Jordan is loca
314 s. State St. Phone 1244-M in campus jargon, but each calling Old Mission, R. F. D
has its own characteristic language.
BTRO e IHe may have been able to bluff his My dear girls:
H UST iN B u . intsructors, but le must now learn to During the last fee
BILLIARDS AND BOWLINO handle a muck-stick, to lie in a funk- ing situation for w
IGIARDS AND BCWNDNY hole and snipe Heines and see his dug- improved and I amt
CIlARS AND CANDY out smashed-in without flinching, to you that there wil
"We Try to Treat You Right" Much of the slang the collegian comes dormitories open for
in contact with is adopted from the First-the Alumna

REYNOLDS KO D A K SH OPvocabulary of the casual laborer, such Wash"tenaw, where
as "punk" for bread, "bull" for bluff remodelled and will
KODAK DEVELOPING AND FINISHING or bragging, "suds" for liquor. girls. (There will b
PERFECT WORK PROMPT SERVICE American newspapers and soldiers en to those who wisl
Work called for and delivered have adopted much of the lingo of living expenses.)
510 E. William St Phone 1564-R Tommy Atkins. "Slacker," "gassed," Second-the , Epist
"bosche," and "Hun' have become a 517 East Ann, which
W k sf distinct part of our vernacular. Eng- 16 girls. (Residence
W ilkinson s r ' lish trench slang is sprinkled with limited to Episcopali
Trunks, Bags and Suitcases cockney expresseions. "Shag" for to- Third-the Indepe
Trade In Your Old One bacco, "queer" for all-in or sick, 417 Huron street, w
325 S. MAIN ST. PHONE 24 "chucking his weight about" for being modate 20 girls. Ma
chesty self-important, and "Holy Joe" Miss Grace Rose, 216
for sky pilot or chaplin. For the other Dorn
Wast tecords for Company's Victrola Besides these forms there are cer- plication at Mrs. Jor
Company I boys wish records for tain war terms which are peculiar to Very truly you'
their victrola, which has weathered modern warfare, such as "wiring par- (Signed) M
the Mexican border campaign and is ty" for stringing barbed wire entangle-
to go with them to France. Contribu- ments and "suicide club" for bombers Miss Agnes E. Wel
tions will be received by the boys by and hand grenade men. women, Mrs. Harry
calling the army by phone and they What the inventive American will women of the Univ
will come for them. add to the war slang remains to be Music and the mem

VERINE
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ask Swain

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of conjecture as
his picturesque
come legitimate
IS BELL-
OLD0CHIMES
rine Suggesting
Be Preserved on
, July 15, 1917.
Wolverine:
graduates of the
gan, it has been
that the Library
inging. Ann Ar-
natural without
reates around it-
ons, memories, a
if its own, which
dent, whether he
not. Sometimes
spiritual atmos-
ds a university is
h a student gets
.reer. The mem-
which surround
r instance often
tly to a student
Thus each uni-
elops an individ-
of its own, which
e careful to pre-
y any of the fea-
its characteristic
istake, especially
have added to its
beauty. This is
custom of ringing
be preserved. It
to students who
to day dreaming,
as they have at
e becoming more
fug of chimes in
id are quite com-
r are both orna-
and as they take
space, why could
I Library chimes
n in a bell-tower
DETTO, '00-'03.
SNEWS
s Communication
munication which
I from Dean Myra
ead with interest
ing to attend the
he coming year.
ted at present at
., Michigan.
w days the room-
men has greatly
able to announce
i be three cottage
October, 1917.
e Dormitory, 1223
he house will be
accommodate 16
e opportunity giv-
h help with their
copal Dormitory,
will accommodate
in house is not
ans.)
ndent Dormitory,
hich will accom-
ke application to

6N State'.
nitories, make ap-
rdan's office.
rs,
lyra B. Jordan.
is, acting dean of
Bacher, dean of
ersity School of
bers of the Wo-

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SUMMER SCHOOL STUDENTS
We're already to serve you;-Onr stock of
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is complete.
Second-hand Books in great numbers at greatly reduced prices.
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men's League are inviting all wome
students of the summer session to at-
tend an informal reception at Bar-
bour gymnasium from 4 to 5:30, next
Wednesday afternoon.
The Women's League is putting
forth every effort to secure new mem-
bers this week. It has already en-
rolled a large percentag 4 the wo-
10en of the summer school, but aims
to add still more, feeling that the
social life of this session has an im-
portance only secondary to the schol-
astic work.
The reception given for all Univer-
sity women next Wednesday after-
noon will take the place of the party'
regularly given on Friday by the Wo-

men's League. A party on Friday will
be impossible this week on account
of the Shakespearian play which will.
be given on that date.
There are several places open to
University women who wish to earn
part of their expenses during spare
time. Employment may be had on ap-
plication to Miss Well's office in Bar-
bour gymnasium.
The classes in playground work an-
nounced for Tuesdays and Thursdays
at 11 o'clock will be held at 3 o'clock
on Wednesday and Friday instead.
Work begins this week.
liss Ageess I. Wells, acting dean
of women, spent the week-end in De-
troit.

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