Another One of
Poet Tom Lovell 's
in Which Our Poetus Laureatum Pens
A Few Lines to Our "Ameri-
From the prolific pen of Ann Ar-
bor's self and popularly-elected poetus
laureatum, Thomas Lovell, esq., has
come another choice bit, which The
Wolverine has been given the honor
and distinction of publishing for the
first time by its venerable author.
Here it is: -
GOD BLESS OUR AMERICAN
God bless our American Troopers
I mobilizing for
What is facing them over the sea
To meet a foe in war.
These we pray God to speed them
In the cause for right,
Heiping dear old England and France
To put the foe to flight.
The three flags floating together
With Old Glory in view,
All the troopers joined together there
Winning the victory through.
Our boys we send them with a wish
That each dould wish for himself,
Which is found from a warm heart
That the foe might be expelled.
WAR COURSES FOR
Classes Is Dietetics, Surgical Dress-
ings, and First Aid Be-
The Red Cross classes which are
now progressing successfully in
dietetics, first aid, and surgical dress-
ings prepare women to be nurses at
the base hospitals in France or to
Miss Mary Gunther conducts a
course in dietetics from 2 until 4
(Summer Session Lectures)
Open to all students. Lectures take
place in Auditorium of Natural Science
building unless otherwise stated.
Thursday, July 19, 5 o'clock--The
Grange: An Assest to Michigan. Mr.
John C. Ketcham, Hastings, Michi-
8 o'clock-Educational Motion Pic-
Friday, July 20, 2:30 o'clock-Excur-
sion to Niagara Falls, under the di-
rection of Assistant Professor I. D.
Scott, via Michigan Central Railroad
to Detroit and Steamer to Buffalo.
4 o'clock-Open Air performance by
the Elsie Herndon Kearns Co.
(Shakespeare's; "The Taming of the
Shrew"). Admission will be charg-
ed. Campus theater.
8:30 o'clock-Open Air performance
by the Elsie Rerndon Kearns Co.
Shakespeare's' "Much Ado About
Nothing." Campus theater.
Saturday, July 21, 4 o'clock-Open Air
performance by the Elsie Herndon
Kearns Co. Molliere's, "Les Fem-
mes Savantes." Campus theater.
8:30 o'clock--Open Air performance
by the Elsie Herndon Kearns Co.
Shakespeare's, "A Winter's Tale."
Monday, July 23, 5 o'clock--The Hu-
mane Element. Professor R. M.
Tuesday, July 24, 5 o'clock-The Grad-'
uation of Statistical Data. Mr. H.
8 o'clock-Surgery of the War. Pro-
fessor C. G. Darling.
Wednesday, July 25, 5 o'clock- The
Correlation of the Arts. Professor
T. E. Rankin.
8 o'clock-Concert, Faculty of the
University School of Music. (Hill
Thursday, July 26, 5 o'clock-The Sig-
nificance of Sex. Professor 0. C.
8 o'clock-Educational Motion Pic-
By Heavy Storm
Students in Military Course Stick-to
Their Places "Under
Somewhere East of Ann Arbor.-
'The enemy suddenly attacked our
troops yesterday afternoon by a deluge
of a 'curtain of fire'-the rain came
down in torrents and buckets of water
were bailed out of the trenches under
fire of the elements," was the official
report from Major Wilson, commander
of the trench building squad.
The platoon of students taking the
Military course under Major Wilson
did not stop work during the entire
storm and were complimented for
their work "under fire." One or two
appeared with "slickers" but were im-
mediately dismantled and cheerfully
took their ducking.
A problem of selecting a defensive
position was worked out by the stu-
dents. Three sections starting at
twenty minute intervals took up and
worked out approximately the same
system of trenches, entanglements and
stations. Eash section worked inde-
pendently of the other and compared
results with other divisions.
The company were instructed on in-
terior guard duty Tuesday. A trip
of inspection to the Mt. Clemens Avia-
tion camp has been arranged, and they
will probably leave next week. One
or two practical problems will be
worked out during the following week.
And the War Has
Hit Ann Arbor!
Which Has Caused the Addition of One
Female to the Ranks of Our
The war has hit Ann Arbor!
Safety first appliances of every des-
scription cannot keep apace with Ann
Arbor's latest novelty. Yesterday
streets were lined with groups of ped-
estrains waiting for a particular ve-
hicle driven by the citys newest crea-
tion in the chauffeur line.
Speeding down Maynard street, one
of the keen-sensed Wolverine cubs
spied the novelty and started a sprint
for the ofice, where he gasped be-
tween words telling the stenographers
and tired reporters that at last a real
news story was in sight. And away he
Late last night, when approached on
the big story he was trailing all day,
he proudly pulled up his shoulders and
remarked, "It's 'er feature!She's a
taxi driver for the White Cap. Gosh,
that girl can drive."
The question is, what next?
XRMY STORES MEN HOLD
FIRST SMOKER IN UNION
(Continued from Page One)
were among the other speakers of the
Future Plans Discussed
The proposed arrangements for fu-
ture smokers, a dance and the three
baseball games between the Quater-
master's and Ordnance departments
were discussed, to be under the aus-
pices of the social committee.
Refreshments and a musical pro-
gram, with Ben Clark at the piano,
concluded the affair.
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Michigan Naval Reserves Given Out-
ing at South Shore Country Club
Michigan men at the Great Lakes
training station held an outing at the
South Shore Country club; Chicago,
last week-end. About half of the
Michigan men at the camp attended
the affair, while a large number of
Chicago alumni were also present.
Among the speakers at the dinner
were Regent Junius E. Beal of Ann
Arbor, Mr. I. K. Pond, Chicago, archi-
tect of the new Union building; Judge
Hugo Pam, Judge Howard Hayes, Paul
Reighard and H. C. Garrison, '17.
Secures Reporting Job in Cleveland
Robert T. McDonald, '18, who will
assume the position of news editor on
The Michigan Daily next year, is work-
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