Matinees 2, 3:30. Nights 6:30, 8, 9:30
Thurs-Frio3-All Star Cast of Child
Acto rin"A Hode Mother Goose."
Also Keystone Comedy.
Sat-4-MoltfieRing in "Blind Man's
Luc k" Ao Episode 1, "Mystery
of the DubhiCrs.
Sun-Mon-5-6-George Bebanuin "A Road-
sideImpresario."Also Triangle Kou-
Tu Wed --Bry ua t Washburn in "The
ton Who WasAfraid"
Matinees 2, 3:3o. Nights 6:3o, 8, 9:30
Thu rs-ri 3Dorot hy toni "Wild
Winship's Widow." AlsoFod Tlav-
Sat-4-1 kie S undersi i "heWi1-
ca. ' Also Hotual Comsedy ond Tboo
Sun-Mon.-6-Wilfred Lucas and Lillian
Gish in "Souls Triumphant." Even-
tog xto. AlooHolsTrvlt s.
Tues-Rupet tJuias Ti sontucky
TAnn Arbor Sayins an
Shows at 3:oo; 6:30; 8:oo; 9:30
05c Unless Other is Specified
Thu-2-Ethel Barrymore in "The Awak-
Drw,,Comedy, "enr Peerfec$t H)s
Fri-3-Zoe Rae in "Gloriana"; Figman
Comedy, "A ModerneRomance."
Sa Hrauces Nelon i "The Beatifu
We have both theinclinationand
the equipmnt o fnsh the
The n Arbor Savings Bank
Capital and Surplus $ 500,000.00
Resources . .. $4,000,000.00
Northwest Corner Main and
707 North University Avenue
Open ALL Summer
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The official student newspaper for
the University of Michigan summer
session. Published by the students on
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday af-
ternoons. Twenty-five issues.
Advertising rates-Furnished upon ap-
plication to the business manager.
Subscriptions and ads taken at Quar-
rys and University Avenpe Phar-
Office Hours: Managing editor, 1:00
to 2:00 daily; business manager,
1:00 to 2:00 daily. Phone 960 or
Address, The Wolverine, Press Build-
ing, Maynard St., Ann Arbor.
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Phone 2414 or 1855
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1917
Issue Editor-James C. J. Martin
HOT WEATHER SYMPTOMS
With the last counter-attack of
warm weather, at least two familiar
character pictures have been evident
on the campus most any day. They
are the summer 'Grouch' and the ses-
sion's 'Loafer.' Neither of the two
deserve their places.
The 'Grouch' is simply out of humor.
and asserts that the weather is too
hot for anything, that it ought to be
cooler indthis northern climate,and
that he detests everything thio sum-
mer. He has little time for friend-
ships, no room for a smile, and is
grumpy in his class room.
The 'Loafer' on the other hand,
takes more pleasure in outings, and
less in study. He is clever enough to
figure, though not certain, that this is
probably one of his last vacations,
that he will be drafted, and that he
had better take advantage of such
conditions. His studies are second-
ary, his pleasures primary.
There is no justification for either
disposition. There is tact. and inval-
either at the front or at some dis-
tant city, wle can know with certain-
ty that Michigan men have a good
SIDDENI OHCES MODE
Objects to Throwing of Papers and
Watermelon Rinds on Campus
To the Editor, The Wolverine:
An editorial on "The Short Cut Hab-
it," which recently appeared in The
Wolverine, makes it imperative that I
point out another habit that is "de-
The spacious lawns around all of
the University buildings can hardly be
equalled anywhere. The officials of the
institution employ a number of men
to take care of the grass. Men are
continually trimming the strangling
pieces of grass along the sidewalks
and collecting the cut grass. And why
does the University take such excel-
lent care of the grounds? The work is
accomplished in order that it present
an ideal spectacle for all visitor
Despite the fact that the lawns are
well kept, students and outsiders per-
sist in littering the grounds with old,
grease-stained papers. The trees afford
plenty of shade for an ideal picnic, but
why leave the refuse on University
property? The papers, watermelon
rinds, and left-overs should be col-
lected by those parties who create the
mess and thrown.in one of the numer-
ous refuse cans which are situated on
almost every street corner.
This habit, in my estimation, is "de-
cidedly un-Michigan," and the persons
guilty of such, ought to remodel their
personal traits slightly and take pride
in being able to point out "the most
beautiful grounds in the country."
Miss Janet MacFarlane of Detroit,
former House president, is visiting
Miss Mary Porter at Newberry resi-
Miss Agnes B. Wells, acting dean of
women and the students of Newberry
residence, will be informally at home
Thursday afternoon from 4 to 6
3 LECTURES TO BE
GIVEN THIS WEEK
Professors Canfield, Hornbeck and
Mr. Bryson to Deliver
Three more lectures will be given
this seek, in theuauditorium of the
Natural Science building.
Professor A. G. Canfield, of the
French department, will deliver a lec-
ture at 5 o'clock this afternoon on
Tomorrow afternoon at 5 o'clock
Mr. Lyman L. Bryson, of the Rretoric
department, will talk on "The New
Movements in Poetry." Mr. Bryson
published a volume of verse recently
and has contributed poems to a num-
ber of magazines. In his lecture, he
will discuss the two principal tenden-
cies of modern poetry and their rela-
tive virtues, touching lightly on the
war poems and free verse of today.
"The Chinese Political Puzzle" is
the subject of a lecture to be deliver-
ed at 8 o'clock tomorrow evening by
Prof. Stanley K. Hornbeck, of the po-
litical science department, in the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin. Professor Horn-
beck will discuss the difficulties to be
overcome in the international rela-
tions betwen the United States and
China. especially as regards interna-
Hear Elizabeth Brice sing "OH,
JOHNNY! OH, JOHNNY, OH!" on the
Columbia record at Allmendingers.
120-122 E. Liberty St.
Try The Wolverine for service.
UNIVERSITY AH R'S BOOKSTORE
""- tr !- ii ;. x , -:;ftsi -r ,"
BEE i1: ..
LENSES GROUND IN OUR OWN SHOP
Enables us to give prompt service.
Eye Glass and Spectacle Frames in Shell, Gold, Silver, and Nickel
Sun Glasses Sport Glasses Goggles
HALLER & FULLER - State Street Jewelers
Devel6ping, IOe Prints, 3o, 4c, So - ' - '10a ' ''v-
uable - character-power in being able
8 HOUR SERVICE to smile at things and work cheerfully
KODAK FINISHING during distressing times. And, there
Arcade Floral Shop - "Kodak Florist,, is also the conviction that every edu-
'ickels Arcade Opp, Sub-Postal Station cational improvement made now will
Phone 600 add to the nation's war strength. To
eliminate these two characters will
renovate the campus of its useless
CHINESE AND AMERICAN DISHES fixtures.
Open All Summer
TRY GEORGE'S CHOP SUEY
WAI KING LOO FACING OBSTACLES
314 S. State St. Phone1244-M The new Union building, still un-
rocked financially by the war-times, is
H T ON *h Tsteadily looming from its foundation.
H USTOIN BROS. ~ Thus far every precaution has been
BILLIARDS AND BOWLING taken not to proceed with further or-
ders unless sufficient capital was
CIGARS AND CANDY available to cover such costs. But
"We Try to Treat You Right" there are several possible obstacles
that may hinder the plans eventually.
SW A I N h as a fewv Unless all the subscriptions are paid
there is little doubt but that the build-
unusual views of the ing will be haulted somewheres in the
falling library tower. process of its construction. To pre-
vent such an interruption it is neces-
713 East U. sary that each of us strive to promote
that Michigan spirit that will strive to
a build up this much needed institution.
W Iilkinson's ,for The many years that it has been in the
Trunks, Bags and Suitcases making will have been wasted if the
T Traes ourOld on. home of Michigan men is to be left to
325 S. MAIN ST. PHONE 24 take care of itself during its very'
According to all present indications
Juie Report Shows 438 Office. Calls the building is gaining rapid headway
According to the monthly report and will be completed in about con-
from the University Health Service tract time. The war has turned our
there were 438 office calls and 41 new attentions to other things, but yet our
patients registered during the month promises to assist in this project are
of June. The majority of the patients typical of Michigan spirit, and so
were treated for physical examina- should not be too forgetful of the fu-
tions. . ture of Michigan. While we may be
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TWO SOLOISTS TAKE PART IN DETROIT COLLEGE HOSPITAL
FOURTH MUSICAL CONCERT UNIT PREPARES TO LEAVE
The fourth complimentary concert of Detroit, Aug. 1.-Detroit College of
the summer by the School of Music Medicine hospital unit No. 36 expected
was given last night in Hill Auditor- orders today to leave for active ser-
ium before a large audience. vice in the United ',States medical
Mrs. Louise G. Compton, guest solo- corps
ist of Detroit, received several en-
cores for "When Your Dear Hands," Today was the last day given the
and "A Rose Rhyme." unit to prepare for leaving Detroit.
The rendition of "By the Beautiful It was unknown what the destination
Blue Danube," by Harrison A. Stevens would be and, in fact, it was not known
produced much comment. He also ob- definitely whether the unit would leave
taised encores on several of other today.
numbers. The Detroit college unit consists of
Miss Frances Louise Hamilton was 31 surgeons, 100 nurses, and 200 en
the accompanist. listed men.