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The Wolverine, 1917-08-02

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THE WOLVERINE
BURNETT WRITES MILITARY CLASSES
POEMON "AUGUST" DO BAYONET WORK PAT-CHES
Former Associate-Editor of The Daily Students Under Major Wilson Get Good
Now on Editorial Staff of Practice In Science of
American Boy Warfare (editorial)
FOR A COOLER CAMPUS
Verne E. Burnett, '17, associate-edi- Major C. E. Wilson's military classes The trees are a great aid in making
tor for The Daily last year, and now are now drilling every Tuesday and the campus cool but by the co-opera-
tion of all concerned in the working
assistant editor of the American Boy, Thursday in the use of the bayonet t of ale lnsrents could
has contributed the following clever, and semaphore signalling. out of a simple plan students could be
true-to-life boys' poem to the last Regulation army dummies were in- completely protected from the heat.
issue of the magazine: stalled this afternoon for the students The laws could fi smal
Aueito practice with the bayonet. hy would lie along the walks. The
m t Augus t Tomorrow night each student will dents could bore small holes at regu-
We fellows like the month of August Tlar intervals. The engineers could
best, lease Ann Arbor with a 24-hour ra- water into the
'Bcase tht atertaesation to bivouac for the evening. A punmp wtrith pipes at sufficient
3ecause it's then that father takes a pecial drilling schedule haseen a pressure to shoot up and over the
rest, rangedandtheg membersofhtsbeen ar- walks in a high hyperbola. Pedes-
And we go camping at some country ranged, and the members of the de-
place, partment will go through different cool, drinkable awning.Lemonade
There's one I know that has an old military drills on the boulevard Sat- cooldrinkble ang emade
could be substituted for water at class
mill race urday morning. intermissions.
With springboard bobbing at the swim- -
ming hole;..INSPECT IOOMtING ROUSES
A n h le FOR STUDENTS AT WISCONSIN (comment)
And there's a ledge where we can hold The Wolverine editor-in-chief com-
a pole plains that the above is written in a
All day to learn the strategy of fish; Madison. Wis-Inspection and sup- running style. All we have to say is
But when we see how wise they are, ervision of rooming houses for men that that is the only style appropriate
o' wish, students at the University of VWiscon- to this weather.o
Sometimes, we hadn't pulled them out; sin is being undertaken by the dean
the wood of men this summer, and hereafter with our exchanges)
Gives all the thrill a moving picture their living conditions will be looked While having our shoes shined we
could, after as carefully as rooming houses glanced over a Greek newspaper lying
When we observe the comedies of bird for women students which have been on the bench. We were terribly
And tragedies of puny folk, both fur- supervised for several years by the shocked at the headline which de-
red dean of women. dared:
And fiathered. Cool nights beside the Arrangements have been made for ETAMERUBPUNOXY!
outdoor fire, the drawing up of business-like agree- Puts President Wilson In a rather

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The burnt wind dries my brains up,
The floor blisters my feet.
The sheets are hot as pancakes-
Gone is my old ambish-
Oh, gee! Why didn't Darwin
Let me remain a fish?
EXTRA! EXTRA !
She returned safely from Toledo this
morning so you'll receive the paper on
time.
Ann Arbor Resident Killed Instantly
Patrick Cavanaugh, 59, Ann Arbor,
was almost instantly killed late Tues-
day afternoon at Lakeside, near Toledo
Beach, when he was s truck :by a
Beach car. His skull was crushed and
bady badly mangled. The body ar-
rived in this city yesterday.
All the popular hits for August on
the Columbia Records are at Allmen-
dingers. 122 E. Liberty St.
Redeem your subscription receipt at
one of the State Street Book Stores
and receive a 1917 Summer Student
Directory.

MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION
WORKS ON FOOD PR 01LENS
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The Merchants' Association of New
York, has started to solve the food
problem with the assistance of any
who desire to help. The first step has
already been taken. A chart analysing
the handling of food from producer
to consumer has been published and
may be seen posted on the bulletin
board in University hall.
The association has divided the
question into five main parts: produc-
tion, manufacturing and preserving,
transportation, marketing and distri-
bution, and consumption. These parts
are again subdivided into more definite
processes. Anyone who can offer any
suggestions as to saving food in some
one of these details is requested to
communicate NWith the secretary of the
New York Merchants' Association.
REYNOLDS KODAK SHOP
KODAK DEVELOPING JAND FINISHING
PERFECT WORK PROMPT SERVICE
Work called for and delivered
510 E. William St Phone 1564-R

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SUMMER. SCHOOL
TEXT BOOKS
NEW AND SECOND-HAND
DRAWING INSTRVMENTS
tsepplies of All Kinda
The Shar Book Shop,
Phorue 430 336 So. State St.

We hear the chanting of the crickets' menlosnetweenstudenss an nadies
choir to protect the rights of both. The
And bullfrogs' song beneath the ire- agreement calls for a deposit of room
fly lamps, rent, stipulates the rent, the time for
While father tells his yarns of other which the room is rented, the amount
camps. to be paid for vacation periods and
And then we wake with roosters and similar matters. It also declares that
the dew the room has been inspepted and ap-
To run out barefoot thrpugh the grass, proved, and makes the dean of men
and do arbiter in case of disagreement. Light-
Some chores or prod the garden rows ing, heating, cleanliness, price, and
a bit, other matters of convenience and
And even that, we find, has joy in it, sanitation are being considered in the
Thus speed the gold vacation weeks-- inspection,
with fun If any conditions arise during the
And service, faces ruddy from the sun, semester which make the student. feel
Then we return for school and sing that he must break his contract the
the praise case must come before the dean of
Of things we learned and lived in Aug- men so that he may investigate care-
ust days.-By Verne E. Burnett in fully before the student is allowed to
"The American Boy." leave or is required to stay.
Wolverine advertising pays. Try The Wolverine for service.
Care Let With or
W ithout Driver.
Our 10 ears are kept in first elas condition
and are ready to go any tine of d y or night,
We have Overlands, Studebakers and Fords
Phone 830 109-111 Catherine
Stark (f. Fried m an
187---Dry Goods, Furniture, and Women's Fashions- 1.917
Dine Pleasantly in the
Cool Quiet Tea Room
Summer Service and Cooking Unexcelled
Special Noon Luncheon
'65C
(Second Floor)
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delicate position doesn't it?
(more diplomatic news)
Mr. Loomis Kirkpatrick, who is
closely connected with the Mich.ensian
attended, the Merchants' Picnic yes-
terday. Loomis was doubtless lining
up ads for the '18 Year Book.
Numerous Suicides This Week
Many people have been disturbed
this week by the rifle-like shots oc-
curring in different parts of town. No
need for alarm exists for it was only
the thermometers shooting their heads
off.
(in Alumni Memorial Hall)
The one with the wilted collar--
"Why was Sophocles such a wise
man?"
The one with the straggly tie-"Be-
cause he wore sensible- clothes in
summer."
(improvement notes)
Our perspiring readers will be as-
tonishedt( learn that the water has
been emptied from the water tank on
old Engineering Building, This is
the first step in mounting in its place
the Chimes from the old Library Build-
ing which all will welcome the sound
of again summoning us to class. (Dic-
tated but not read, P. A. T.)
The lathers have begun to com-
mence work on the new University
Schoolof Music building which used to
stand formally back a few feet from
the walk, but has been extended to
the walk so it may now look quite
informally out upon Maynard Street.
NEW BERRY N1NWS
(By Patricia)
The girls enjoyed the concert Fri-
day evening. Come again, boys. (Sh-
Sh-Lemonade.)
Since the party has been postponed
two weeks Mr, Fisher will have a
dance tomorrow evening at the Pack-
ard.
The Of-ice Phone Reports:
7:10-Circulation Manager hurried-
ly calls Ypsi. She isn't there.
7:14-0. M. noisily calls Jackson.
She isn't there.
7:39-C. M. excitedly calls Flint.
She isn't there.
7:44-C. M. drops his head in his
hands, moaning, "Where did she go?"
(Further news will be bulletined in
front window.)
2 A. M.
The moon shines in the window,
The tin roof cracks from heat,
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