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[HE NLY OFFICIAI
SUMMER NEWSPAPER

VOL. VIII. No. 11

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1917

rAICE FIVE CENTS

1

JO BATL TODA
Men Taking Quartermaster's and Ord-
nance Courses Will Stage
Fray
DR. GEORGE A. MAY TO UMPIRE
Michigan's summer baseball sport
will begin today at 2 o'clock on Ferry
field, when the Quartermaster and
Ordnance baseball teams play their
first game of their series. Then with
the Ypsilanti Normalites scheduled to
play the All-Campus team next Sat-
urday, summer school students will
see the summer sport started in earn-
est.
Several of Michigan's past stars are
in the line-up on both teams and a lit-
tle fast'stuff will be seen.
Keen rivalry is being shown by the
members of both teams and rumor has
it that everything from "the makin's"
to "let's take your accounting notes"
are being betted by, the "Sammy's"
for their team.
Doctor George A. May, physical di-
rector of the gymnasium, will umpire
the game and the promises that there
will not be any "shady decisions" for
the losers to use as alibis.
At present no authentic dope can
be given as to the/strength of the
teams, but the following line-up will
probably start the game, though the
finish cannot be predicted.
Quartermaster vs. Ordnance
O'Hara, c. Hammond, c.
Niemann, p. Perry, p.
Collins, p. Herrick,; lb.
Mahoney, lb. Kneeland, 2b.
Humphrey, 2b. Young, 3b.
Miller, 3b. Wagner, as.
Guy, a. Dwyer, rf.
L. E. Brown, if. Springer, rf.
D'Ooge, If. Quinland, If.
Levinsohn, rf.
Mclsaac, rf.
Walsh, cf.
SHIP SIX CASES OF
RED CROSS GOODS
Local Organization Expects to Have
Two More Boxes Ready
Tis Week
Six boxes of supplies have been
shipped to France from local Red
Cross headquarters, under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Louis P. Hall, this week.
The cases consist of three boxes of
surgical dressings, and one each of
knit goods, children's clothing, and1
hospital supplies. The total value of
the goods shipped is $500.
The local organization is continu-
ing its work at top speed, and expects
to have two more cases of supplies
ready for shipment by the end of next
week.
Kalamazoo Club Postpones Meeting
Members of the Kalamazoo Normal
club have postponed the meeting that
was scheduled for next Monday night,
one week. Professor Hickey, of Kala-
mazoo, who was expected to address
the club, is unable to make arrange-
ments and will appear the following
week.

Needio More Men
For Tournament
This Number Wanted in Order That
Tourney May Be Played;
15 Signed Up
At least 10 more men are needed
for the tennis tournament in order to
secure a satisfactory schedule. Up to
the present time 15 men have signed
up for the game, and judging by the
number of men that are carrying
racquets these days there is every in-
dication that a sufficient number of
men can be secured.
Those interested in the sport and
who have already signed up for the
contest are especially urged to secure
additional men. If the necessary quota
is not filled early next week, it is
planned to post placards about the
campus and have the men sign up
there.
It is also planned to assess those
entering the contest 25 cents so that
a suitable medal may be obtained for
the winner, and also prizes for the
best singles and doubles.
Arrangements have been made to
start the schedule by the end of next
week. All those who wish to enter
the contest should call 2414 between
3 and 4 o'clock Monday afternoon or
present their names at The Wolverine
office.
Applicants Still
Needed for Corps
'25 Men Sign Up for 27 Vacancies in
Three Ambulances
Divisions
Twenty-five men have already signed
up for the 27 vacant places in the
three Michigan ambulance corps at
Allentown, Pa. While some of the
men, who received letters concerning
the openings, have been known to have
gone immediately to the camps to take
their examination, it is certain that a
large number of applicants will be
needed.
It is figured that some of them will
not be taken because of physical or
other reasons, and it is urged that any
men that wish to enter the corps, put
in their names as soon as possible.
Just how long the men who have ap-
plied and signed up here in Ann Ar-
bor will have to wait to be sworn in
im not known. A medical officer is ex-
pected to arrive most any day, and at
that time the details can be lea'rned.
The corps at Allentown are expected
to leave within a few weeks, accord-
ing to all present indications.

SHA ESPEAH1IN ACI ODS
UPHOLOH[PVJAIIN
Elsie Herndon Kearns Players Show
Polish; Present Two Plays
Today
With "The Taming of the Shrew" in
the afternoon and "Much Ado About
Nothing" in the evening the Elsie
Herndon Kearns players began their
annual series of Shakespearian plays
at Michigan yesterday. Though handi-
capped by the absence of Ben Greet
himself, the company gave the plays in
a smooth and polished fashion. Prac-
tically the only weakness was in those
parts which the former director was
accustomed to play himself, not in the
direction or acting of the plays as a
whole.
The simplicity of the settings, with
their background of leafy boughs, the
new mown hay, the music, the songs
between the scenes so nearly approxi-
mated the conditions under which the
plays were first preseted that no little
contribution was made to the enjoy-
ment of them.
In the afternoon production, George
Carleton Somnes as Petruchio shared
honors with the 'Katherine' of Elsie
Herndon Kearns. The contest betweer

DBAWINC OF NUMBEB 250 CALLS,
FIBSI MEN FOB 11. OBAFT ABMY
'Y" GIVES OUT 100 JOBS William Melodisdes Honored by Being
DURING MONTH OF JULY at head of List in Washte-
naw County
"Jobs wanted for twelve people;
people wanted for four jobs" sums up MANY PROFESSORS ARE TAKEN
the present condition of the Y. M. C.
A. employment bureau, according to One minute after 9:50 o'clock yes-
Employment Secretary Peck. So far terday morning number 258, the first
this month nearly 100 odd jobs have to be drawn from the glass jar at the
been given out, but yesterday 12 of
those who applied could not be ac- capitol, was flashed over the wires to
commodated. Four board jobs are as all the cities in the United States, an-
yet unfilled. nouncing that the national lottery for
the first army draft bad commenced.
Company I T4ll William Melodisdes, 33 Hill street,
will share with all other registrants
Give E xhibttzon whose number is 258, the honor of be-
-- ing the first' called by the draft. By
Will Drill Before Ball Game to Be a peculiar coincidence 258 is the exact
Played for Soldiers' Mess quota of Washtenaw county.
Fund The second number drawn was
2,522; held in Washtenaw county by
Company I, with 150 men in regula- Roy Charles Curtice of Ypsilanti,
tion uniforms, will give a demonstra- Wayne Frankforther of Milan was af-
tion drill Sunday afternoon before the fected by the third number. Two
ball fans at West Park. brothers, William and Alfred Reiser
The Ann Arbor Athletics and All- of Clinton, were holders of numbers
Star teams will furnish the thrills and 3,382 and 3,383, which were drawn in
sensations. Van's Marine band is sequence.
scheduled for a musical concert be-

the blustering caprice of the one and fore the benefit game, featuring cornet
the shrewish temper of the other kept solos by young Harold Campbell.
the audience attentive every minute. Both nines are practicing every
As to the evening performance, the night for the coming fray. The pos-
continuous laughter of the audience sible batteries for the All-Stars will
was the best indication of its excel- be E. Stanley and F. Root. Edward
lence. Not only were the characters Lau will be on the mound for the
as well portrayed as they were con- Athletics. P. Walsh will umpire the
ceived, but the often misinterpreted bases and balls and strikes.
quips and turns of language were Major Wilson has his whole organ-
plainly brought out. ization working to raise a large
This afternoon the company will pre- mess fund for Company I. The stu-
sent "The Blue Stockings," a trans- dents are out selling tickets for the
lation of Molieres comedy, Les Fem- gme and they have already disposed
mes Savantes. Tonight at 1:10, at of several hundred tickets. , Paste-
the last performance, they will give boards can also be obtained at The
"The Winter's Tale.' Wolverine office on Maynard street.
The managers of the teams urge every
BOOKS SELL FAST one to buy tickets, even if they are
unable to attend the game, and help
Secure Directories at Wolverine Office the local company's mess fund.
or at Stores Near Campus
Russian Student Enters Service
Summer school directories which A. Elkind, '19E, has left for his home
went on sale Thursday, are be- in Manchuria. From there he will go
ing rapidly distributed among the to Russia to join one of the engineer-
summer session students. At the pres- ing divisions of the Russian army.
ent rate of consumption the supply
will be exhausted in two or three days. Harrison Returns from Washington
All subscribers and non-subscribers Theodore Harrison, head of the vo-
who have failed to procure a copy can cal department of the School of Mu-
obtain a directory by applying at the sic, resumed his duties at the School
Students' Supply store, The Wolver- of Music early this week, braving
ine office, or any of the State street recently returned from Washington,
book stores, by showing their sub- D. C., where he was called on account
scription receipt or paying 25 cents. of the serious illness of his mother.

Many Professors in List
A number of the professors in the
University have been called to the col-
ors by the draft. Sons of several pro-
fessors are also in the lists.
The professors who are to enter the
new United States army by draft, if
not exempted, will probably be or-
dered to different training camps
throughout the state before the middle
of September.
Courses that are in charge of men
called' by the first draft are expected
to be dropped from the curriculum,
made into one class, or substitutes
will conduct them.
Washtenaw County Requires 258 Men
Washtenaw's quota of men will be
258, as compared with 1,386 men
in Wayne county, the largest, and 13
in Mocasta, the smallest in the state.
Among the other smaller quotas for
the different counties are, Oscoda, 15;
Roscommon, '19; Lake, 34, and Mont-
morenci, 39.
Detroit calls for 11829 men for the
new army, while Flint is expected to
furnish 882 men.
The approximate number can be as-
certained, due to a probable 50 per
cent exemption, by doubling the quota
of each county.
LECTURES MONDAY
Professor Wenley to Speak on Subject,
"The Human Element"
Professor Hubert M. Wenley of the
philosophy department will deliver a
lecture on "The Human Element" at
5 o'clock Monday in the auditorium of
the Natural Science building. Pro-
fessor Wenley will talk about the im-
portance of the human outlook and the
culture acquired unconsciously from
society. The dominance of social de-
sires will form the main topic of the
lecture.

Presbyterian Church
Huron and Division Streets
SUNDAY, JULY 22nd, 1917
10:30 A. M. Leonard A. Barrett-"Moral Preparedness"
11:45 A. M. Professor W. E. Henderson-"Mr. Britling's Idea of God"

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Friday Afternoon
TAMING OF THE SHREW
Friday Evening
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING'
Saturday Afternoon
MOLIERE'S LEARNED LADIES
Saturday Evening
THE WINTER'S TALE

ANNUAL SUMMER SCHOOL ENGAGEMENT
ELSIE HERNDON KEARNS' and
GEORGE CARLETON -SOMNES
...IN ....
Shakespearean A Classical Plays'
CAMPUS THEATRE JULY 20,21

SEAT SALE OPENS at 3 P. M. at
WAHR'S STATE ST. BOOK STORE
Saturday, July 14th
AND CONTINUES DAILY
THEREAFTER AT 4:30
A REDUCED RATE OF $2.50
FOR THE 4 PERFORMANCES
CENERALADMISSION SOLD
AT THE DOOR

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