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The Wolverine, 1917-08-02

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FHE WOLVERINE

PROVIDE MILITIARYL **
COURSE NEXT LYE ightni Said
* To 21e Whimsical
(Continued from Page One)
those essentially military schools -
which do not confer academic degrees, Storns Yesterday Arouses Reporter to
but which, as the result of an inspec- Recollections of Past Hap-
tion by the War Department,care es- penings
pecially designated by the Secretary
of War as qualified for units of the All clouds are usually more or lessj
senior divison. charged with electricity. When they
Students in the Reserve Officers' have a heavier charge than they can
Training Corps will be organized into carry, tension ensues and the charge
companies, batteries, troops, ambu-
lance companies, field hospitals, bat- jumps through the intervening space
talion, or squadrons, and regiments, from cloud to cloud or from cloud to
the organization, drill and administra- earth in the shape of lightning. This
tion of which shall conform as far as electric spark is often over a mile long
possible to that laid down for similar and as it travels it heats the air
units in the Regular Army. through which it passes. The ex-
Conditions of Service pansion and compression which en-
Eligibility to membership in this sues, creates a partial vacuum into
branch of service shall be limited to which the air rushes and causes what
students who are citizens of the United we know as thunder.
States, who are not less than 14 years Lightning is, above all, whimsical.
of age, and whose bodily condition in- It can kill without recognition. A
dicates that they are physically fit to case is recorded where it shaved the
perform military duty. or will be so hair off a young girl as neatly as
upon arrival at military age. though with a razor and so deftly that
No member of the army, navy or she did not realize her deprivation for
marine corps of the United States, or several minutes. In April, 1901, light-
of the national guard or naval militia ning struck a certain stable that hous-
is eligible for membership in the Re- ed 20 cows. It killed the first, then
serve Officers' Training Corps. going down the line killed all the odd
Loney Furnished for Uniforms numbers but spared the even ones.
An official letter from the Secre- Another peculiar case is recorded
tary of War received by Captain Mul- where all the black sheep were killed
len yesterday morning authorized an but the white were left uninjured.
appropriation of approximately $11 for -10
each .student for the purchase of a , ELtIINA TlONS TAO

REPORT SHOWS SUCCESS
OF STATE tNIVERSITIES
(Continued from Page One)
citizens to serve the state whose ser-
vant it is. This it does without money
and without price. It is already an
axiom .that the existence of democ-
racy depends upon the intelligence of
its citizens, but it is not so readily ap-
parent to the belated perception of
much of the business world that intel-
ligence and education are the greatest
of all commercial assets. For they
carry with them initiative in action,
energy and perception in'the develop-
ment of resources, the ways of free
spending, the genius of invention and
efficiency, and in truth all the essen-
tials of advancement and progress. An
education which means these things
needs to go farther than mere rudi-
ments and must give opportunity to
the many. So it is that in these es-
sentials the state university is the last
word in democratic education."
What Four Universities' Enrollment
Shows
*Students Total Work-
Institution Enrolled ing Income
Illinois ..........7322 $2,824,053.45
Minnesota .......7392 3,033,891.33
Wisconsin .......6765 3,093,254.54
Michigan ........6258 2,202,860.38
'Mich. Ag. Coll. ..2010 576,632.47
tU. of M. & M.A.C..8268 2,779,492.85
*Total attendance: Regular, sum-
mer and short course.
tSince each of the State Universities
of Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Illinois

'Thursday, Aug. 9, 5 o'clock-Subject
to be announced. Mr. H. C. Bulkley,
Coming Events Regent of the University of Mich-
igan, Detroit.
(Summer Session Lectures) 8 o'clock-Educational Motion Pic-
ures.
Open to all students. Lectures take Friday, Aug. 10, 5 o'clock- The Cast
place in Auditorium of Natural Science Against English Grammar. Professor
building unless otherwise stated. J. R. Brumm.
Thursday, Aug. 2, 5 o'clock-Maurice 8 o'clock-The Relation of Insects
Barres, (Illustrated.) Professor A. to Man (Illustrated). Assistant
G. Canfield. Professor R. W. Hegner.
8 o'clock-Educational Motion Pic- Monday, Aug. 13, 5 o'clock-America's
ures. Relation to the World Conflict and to
Friday, Aug. 3, 5 o'clock - The New the Coming Peace. Professor F. J.
Movements in Poetry. Mr. L. L. Klingberg.
Bryson. Tuesday, Aug. 14, 5 o'clock-Stars and
5:30 o'clock a. m.-Excursion Telescopes (Illustrated). Professor
to the Island of Put-in-Bay, W. J. Hussey.
Lake Erie, under the direction Wednesday, Aug. 15, 5 o'clock -The
of Assistant Professor I. D. Scott, High Cost of Living. Professor G.
via Michigan Central Railroad to W. Dowrie.
Detroit, and Steamer to Put-in-fay. 8. o'clock-Concert, Faculty of the
Monday, Aug. 6, 5 o'clock-Geography University School of Music. (Hill
and Politics. Professor R. G. Gettel. Auditorium.)

7:30 o'clock.
Tuesday, Aug. 7, 5 o'clock-China and
the United States. Professor Stan-
ley K. Hornbeck.
8 o'clock-China and the United
States. Professor Stanley K. Horn-
beck.
Wednesday, Aug. 8, 5 o'clock-Dollars
and Sense in Education. Professor
W. D. Henderson.
8 o'clock-Concert, Faculty of the
University School of Music. (Hill
Auditorium.)

Ask for number A5973 at Allmoen-
dingers, and hear "THE MAN BEHIND
THE HAMMER AND THE PLOW." A
truly magnificent patriotic popular on
the Columbia Record. 122 E. Liberty.
Open During Summer School
11 A. M. to 1 P.M.
MICHIGAN INN .
Pone 94$-R 601 M. Liber-ty St.

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The War Department was forced to
make appropriations for new outfits
on account of the preset scarcity of
regulation army cloth for the large
number of men that have recently been
drafted into the army.
Uniforms for the men will probably
be made of a high grade serviceable
material, as near like the regulation
army suit as possible. In case the in-
dividual members of the unit agree in
writing to participate in such camps of
instruction as the Secretary of War
shall prescribe, a large appropriation
will be given for additional clothes.
Curriculum of Studies
The course of training prescribed
for the infantry units of the senior
division consists of practical, theoret-
ical and physical drills. Military tac-
tics, art and history, together with a
number of lecture periods are also
listed in the schedule.
The F mers & Mechanics Bank
South Main Street State Street Office
Corner Huron 330 So. State St.
A 0000 STRONG BANK WITH EVERY BANKING NEED

BEGIN TOM RRY' includes an agricultural department,
comparison is offered to these Uti-
(Continued from Page One) versities, with the U. of M. and M. A.
yet paid their 25 cents to defray the C. together.
prize expenses and are urged to do so
before entering the competition. Being a state institution, the uni-
Rules for Participants versity is always responsible to calls
The games will all be played on the from the state for assistance of any
Ferry field courts and the men in the nature. This, according to the Na-
contest are requested to get in con- tional Chamber report, has been es-
tact with Chairman Hedin either at pecially marked in Wisconsin where
the Press offices or at the time when the trained members of the faculty of
they are due to play on Ferry field. the State University have greatly as-
None of the first elimination games sisted in formulating much of that ad-
can be postponed unless both contest- vanced legislation affecting the rela-
ants agree to such postponement, and tions of the state to 'public utilities,
providing that agreement does not too and to business in general, for which
seriously interfere with the proposed Wisconsin is so well known. In many
schedule. All such arrangements should states, through the medium of unl-
be made through the chairman. For- versity extension, there are special
feits will be given those men whose bureaus at each university which co-
competitors do not appear on the field operate in advisory capacity with
at the scheduled time. state municipalities in relation to all
the various problems of sanitation, so-
CLASSIFIED cial life, municipal construction work,
education and hygiene.
WANTED-Engineering student who Part Played by 'o-education
can draw and blueprint a window "Because of its democratic nature,
background design according to the state university is almost invar-
specifications furnished. See Mr. iably and enevitably a co-educational
Mulholland at Mack & Co. 11-2. school," the report continues. "So,

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The New Catalogue
of the
ilhverityof Miohigari
IS NOW READY
Complete information concerning the eight Colleges and Schools:
LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS, EN-
GINEERING, MEDICINE, LAW, PHARMACY,
HOM EOPATHY, DlEN' ISTRY, GRADUATE, AND
THE SUMMER SESSION -
Special Courses in Forestry, Newspaper Work, Land-
scape Design, Higher Commercial Education, including
Railway Administration and Insurance, Architecture,
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

for many years it anticipated that
awakened spirit in the modern world,
and especially in our country, which
recognizes woman's proper place in
the general scheme of things, which
she has been so long denied by anti-
quated and reactionary thought. It
seeks to make woman independent in
thought and action, so far as circum-
stances and the limitations of sex per-
mit, and thus to fit her as an efficient
and fitting companion and comrade
for men, rather than that mythical,
impossible creature, who was the
glory of the sentimentality of the mid-
Victorian period. The 'co-ed,' as she
is generally known, has the oppor-
tunity of a practical test of comrad-
ship during her four years' sojourn
at college, and the roll of marriage
licenses in after years between class-
mates is the best answer to the speci-
ous statement that education gives
woman a distaste for domestic life."
Detroit Hospital Unit to Mobilize
Orders have been issued for the
Shirley hospital unit of Detroit, to
mobilize immediately. The unit is
composed of a number of Michigan
men and are expected to leave for Al-
lentown, Pa., by the first of next week.

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Detroit

to
Put-in-Bay - Cedar Point
ClevelandC- Sandusky
Daylight Across the Lake

Every Day Excursions to Put-in-Bay
Round Trip Fare Round Trip
Same day on ib Sundays or " ~ l
Week Days 75-C., Holidays Je
Cedar Point Excursions $125 Round
Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Friday Trip
Cleveland One Way Fare, Every Day, $1.75
Big SteelSteamer "Put-in-Bay" leaves Detroit every day
at 8:00 a. im., Central Standard Time.
Steel Side Wheel Steamer "FrankE.KRirby" leavesDetroit
week days at 4:00 p. m., Central Time.
FREE DANCING-Finzel's Orchestra on Str. "Put-in-Bay."
whole afternoon at Put-in-Bay. Two and one-half hours at Cedar
Point Visit Perry $1,000,000 Memorial, the Ca ,es Casino, Dance
Pavilons tBg Hotels, Bathing Beaches, Aquatic Slides, Board Walks,
Midway, Lagoons, etc.I
First Street Wharf, Detroit
Write for Folder
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Detroit, MichiganIO

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