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July 17, 1917 - Image 3

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The Wolverine, 1917-07-17

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THE WOLVERINE AETHREE

TWELVE APPLY FOR
AMBULANCE PLACES
Allentown Divisions Still in Need of
More Men; Should Notify
Dr. L. P. Hall
Twelve men have already applied
for places made available in the three
ambulance corps of Michigan men by
the recent order of the war depart-
ment, which' increased the war
strength of the corps fromp 36 to 45
men each.
There is fear that the war depart-
ment will fill up the places in the
ranks with outsiders or assign Michi-
, gan men to- other divisions if the
places are not filled soon. It is for
this reason that Dr. L. P. Hall wishes
all those who intend to join one of
the divisions to phone to him as soon
as possible. If the required number
of men apply a medical officer will be
sent here to give the physical exam-
ination. It is not known whether the
men will be sworn into service here
in a body or go to Allentown and en-
list there.
Wolverine advertising pays.

Sis ' Af'terCobb
Ifor First Place
George Jumps Back to Second Place
in One Week; Pounds Out
17 Hits
Baseball fans are suddenly display-
ing interest in the race between
George Sisler, '15, ex-Varsity pitcher,
and Tyrus Cobb for first place in the
batting percentage. Cobb still main-
tains a slight lead over the young
player.
Sisler's Wonderful Batting
The number of hits marked up to
Sisler's record in comparison 'with
Cobb and Speaker givesthe former
Varsity star claim to his position.
Sisler hammered out 17 hits last week;
while Cobb got eight, and Speaker
five.
The individual batting percentages
for the leaders in the American league
are as follows:

The contractors started pouring ce-
APPBOPBIAI[ N0 O (ment for the first floor of the new
JUnion building yesterday.
The Farmers & Mechanics Bank
Library Committee Makes Systematic SOUth Main Street State Street Office
Survey of Good War Corner Huron 330 So. State St
Literature A GOOS lTRONG BANK WITH EVERY BANKING NEED
An appropriation of $500, to be de-
voted to the purchase of books on the
war was recently voted. In addition SUM M ER
to hundreds of books and pamphlets
presented by persons strongly inter- T E X T 3
ested in one side or the other, the
library has already spent about $300 NEW AND SE
for the same purpose. DRAWING IN
The committee in charge of this lat- .sxppllas of
est appropriation is making a system-
aticT h survey of bibliographies of war T e ~ a e
literature in order that it may buy Phome 430
books of real merit and historical
value and avoid those which are mere-
ly ephemeral publications. The ac-
quiring of new books is delayed by Go - 9' - .
the fact that most books on this sub- to L N D O N S,
ject must come from London or Paris, Fo
but, by the time the University opens l' an Kodaks
in the fall, at the latest, it is expected Eastnk
that a comparatively large collection Guaranteed Ant
will be at hand.
A survey o fthe shelves upon which Enlargements from you
the present war literature is kept
gives but a small idea of what the li I have led while others followed
brary really has, as the books are in years. Now we are still leadin
constant circulation. o ocag- We give von "F
ar plntycor etlWe icle we

SCHOOL
BOOKS
COND-HAND
[STRVMENTS
f All Nlnda
Book.Shop
336 So. State St.
719 N. University Ave.
OR
Eastman Films
nateur Finishing
r Negatives a Specialty
I in amateur finishing for twelve
g. We guarantee perfect results
Peace Time Results" as we have
could sell at $50.00 per lb.) and
firm is using Metol for finishing.
yon will bring your films here.

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Hamilton, St. L... 20
Cobb, Det. ....... 77
Ruth, Bos. ....... 24
Sisler, St. L. .....78
Speaker, Cleve. .. 80

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1857-Dry Goods, Furniture, and Women's Fashions---1917
A cool, quiet dining place
i where an appetizing lunch-
eon can be obtained at a
moderate cost during any
part of the shopping day.
Special Noon Dinner, 65c
(Second Floor)
Detroit
to
Put-in-Bay - Cedar Point
Cleveland - Sandusky
Daylight Across the Lake

PAT-CHES
IN THE LIT CLASS
Prof.-"Well, Mr. Hudson, what
have you gotten out of life this week?"
Hud-"Our copy didn't come, pro-
fessor."
MISS KEARNS needn't be so proud
about publicly announcing her "An-
nual Summer Session Engagement."
She is not the only girl who has one.
DO YOU IMBIBE THIS?
The Sage-"A drowning man will
grasp at a straw."
The Soph-"But a thirsty man grabs
at two of them."
DISSECT THIS ONE YOURSELF
Interne-"I've operated on the pa-
tient, doctor, but though I examined
the contents of his stomach thoroughly
I can't find the cause of his sickness."
Surgeo'n-"Perhaps you'll find it in
the appendix."
WHY, BETSY ROSS, who ever ate
a "plate" of ice cream? We eat a
"dish" of ice cream, but a "plate" of
it? No, your ad manager made a mis-
take in diction.
MORE SQUIRREL FOOD
"There comes the limited. Do you
think we can beat it to the crossing."
"Surest thing you know. Watch me
step on her."
SAME OLD STUFF
Nicholas went into Petrograd a czar
and came out a rushin'.
IN CIVIL ENGINEERING
Prof.-"What is a trunk line?"
Civil Stude-"Why, I should judge it
to be a baggage delivery service, pro-
fessor." P. A. T.'
CLASSIFIED
WANTED-Day work, house cleaning.
Call 2036-J. 118 W. Kingsley.
17-19-21
LOST-Thursday a. in., on Packard-
Huron car or between Packard and
Hill on State St., gold watch in
leather bracelet; large S engraved
on back. Finder please call 2093-J.
14-17
INSTRUCTION in French by native
teacher. 1471-M. 723 S. Thayer.
TYPEWRITERS
FOR RENT OR SALER-
Hamilton Business College
Phone 842-R STATE and WILLIAM

l

U1u :agc .VV giv yv
a plenty of Metol (which we c
we venture to say that no other'
If you want the best resultsy

Two doers eom
Hill Auditorium

LYNDON'S

719 Nori.
University Avenue

Make It Two!
Coca-Cola is always a mighty welcome sugges-
tion, whether the crowd's hot and "dry" or
just wanting a glass of delicious refresh-
ment. It's the favorite call of millions daily. r
Demand the genuine by full name -
nicknames encourage substitution
THE COCA-COLA Co., ATLANTA, GA.
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The New Catalogue
of the
Ulflivorsity of lMllhigall
IS NOW READY
Complete information concerning the eight Colleges and Schools:
IITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS, EN-
GINEERING, MEDICINE, LAW, PHARMACY,
HOMEOPATITY, DENTISTRY, GRADUATE, AND
THE SUMMER SESSION
Special Courses in Forestry, Newspaper Work, Land-
scape Design, Higher Commercial Education, including
Railway Administration and Insurance, Architecture, 4
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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