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The Wolverine, 1917-08-07

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THE WOLVERINE

Wuerth Theatre
Matinees 2, 3:30. Nights 6:30, 8, 9:30 1
Saturdays-Sundays-Continuous
Tues-Wed--8-ttoyant Woashurn in
"The Mo Who Was Afraid." Also
OHenry.
Thur-Fri--o-ousooe Peters in 'The
THir of the Ages.' Also Keystone
Comedy, Louis Fazendain "The Be-
trayol of Maggie."
Sat-is-Frederiok Warde in "Fires of
Youth." Also "The Mystery of the
Double Cross." Episode 13.
Orpheum Theatre
Matinees , 3:3o. Nights 6:30, 5, 9:30
Satu days-Sundays-Continuous
T es-7-Rpert0 Julian in "A Kentucky
(Cinderela." Alo Come:dy.
Wed-8-Wiliam Gish in "The Children
Pay." Rebooked. Also Mutual Trav{
elsanod Consedy.
Thir-Fri--o-Wm . Hart in "Wolf
Lowry." Also ToiaotielKonsedy and
Ford Tavels. Evening= edy.
Sat-xs-Marjoi e Rambeu sin "The
Greater Wonman," Also Mutuol
Travels Comedy.
ARCADE
Shows at 3:0;' 6:30 8:60; 9:30
05c Unless Otherwise Specified
Phone 296-M
v Margaret Clayton in "Night
Workers;" Comedy, "Mr. Jack's
Hat."
Wed-8-Wm. Courtenay and Lucille Lee
ewart in "Tie Ninety-and-Nine"
fliet.); Comsedy, "ThseHfll Roomo
Thun-Iold Loohwood ad May Alli-
son in "IPidgins Island" (Rt.); Char-
lie Chaplin in "The Immigrant."
We have both the inclination and
the equipment to furnish the
best in banking service
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
INCORPORATED 1869
Capital and Surplus $ 500,000.00
Resources . . . $4,000,000.00
Northwest Corner Main and
Huron Streets
707 North University Avenue

Cbe olovertne
The official student newspaper for
the University of Michigan summer
session. Published by the students on
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at-
ternoons. Twenty-flve issues.
Advertising rates-Furnished upon ap-
plication to the business manager.
Subscriptions and ads taken at Quar-
ry's and University Avenue Phar-
macy.
Office Hours: Managing editor, 1:00
to 2:00 daily; business manager,
1:00 to 2:00 daily. Phone 060 or
2414.
Address, The Wolverine, Press Build-
ing, Maynard St., Ann Arbor.
Leonard W. Nieter-Managing Editor
Phone 2414 or 1855.
Bernard Wohl-Business Manager
Phone 960 or 2413-R
Reporters
James C. J. Martin J L. Stadeker
Marion Rood H. J. Burtis
M. G. Hedin C F. Wilner
Mary Rhoades Dorothy Middlebrook
Business Staff
William Le Fevre Circulation Mgr.
Assistants
Maurice Klein B. F. Fullerton
TUESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1917
Issue Editor-James C. J. Martin
THE WAR'S VICTIM
For the first time in many years,
Ferry field presents an appearance of
a typical hay field, and the cinder
track resembles a new but unwished
weed-patch. If its benefactor and pro-
mulgators were to examine it today
their anticipations would doubtless be

somewhat shattered. Still, the blame
for the condition of the field cannot be
Open ALL Summer placed upon the heads of the athletic
organisation. Primarily, it is only an-
other effect of the war. Some of the
T U TL E ' factors entering into it, however, are
Enot so justifiable,
Lunch R m Lack of interest in sports such as
Lunch 00111I baseball and track work account for
LUNCHES, SODAS the utter disregard of the appearance
AND TOBACCO of the grounds. In fact, it may be
at a financial loss during the present
338 SO. STATE ST. interval. But for outsiders, who visit
Michigan, the spectacle is hardly an
encouraging one.
Developing, 1 Oc Prints, 3o, 4o, So The attempt to inaugurate baseball
.8 HOUR SERVICE this summer proved a distinct failure.
KODAK FINISHING Considering. the few good men who
K K N N could have easily formed the nucleus
Arcade Floral Shop - "Kodak Florist" for a good team it is a cause for re-
Nickels Arecade Opp,.sub-Postastation gret that an orginzation could not be
Phone 600 formulated. Few, if any track men
appeared for outdoor work this sum-
CHINESE AND AMvERICAN' DISHES mer, so that branch of activity has
Open Alt Sunmmer been neglected altogether., /
TRY CEORGE P CHOP SUEY From the business viewpoint, the
WAI KING LOO Athletic association is certainly just-
314 6State St. Phone 1244-M ified in its action. The upkeep of the
- field in normal times is a heavy ex-
NU T ONr BR OS pense and to keep it in a similar con-
e dition during the present lull would
BILLIARDS AND BOWLINQ he more or less extravagance, It
CIGARS AND CANDY does seem however, that for general
purposes of effect, Michigan's athletic
"We Try to Treat You Right" grounds should be kept in a trifle bet-
ter condition.
SWAIN has a few
unusual views of theHAITI VETERANS MAKE GOOD
PROGRESS IN FRENCH LESSONS
falling library tower.
Washington, August 6.- Veteran
713 East U* campaigners of the United States ma-
rine corps, who saw service in Haiti
Wli" n 'fr and who are now with the expedition-
W ilkinson S fr ary force in France, went to the latter
Trunks, Bags and Suitcases place with a good working knowledge
Trade In Your Old One of the French language.
S .PThe national language of Haiti is
French and our "sea soldiers" were
quick to get a smattering of it.
TYPEW ITING Haitien French and the French -of
OF AL' the Parisian are not unlike and the
E R U United States marines who saw service
NE- DO , in the little island republic in the
.D.M ORRIL BE LL P HONE found their knowledge of French ex-
tremely useful in their present sur-
roundings.

WOMEN'S NEWS
An important meeting for all under-
graduate women regularly enrolled in
the winter session of the University
will be held at 4 o'clock this afternoon
at Barbour gymnasium. Miss Wells,
dean of women during the summer
session, will be in charge of the meet-
ing.
A dance will be given at S o'clock
Saturday evening for the residents of
Newberry dormitory and their guests.
The Womtn's Leage will give a
party for all University women at
Barbour gymnasium at 4 o'clock Fri-
day afternoon.
Miss Agnes B. Wells and the stu-
dents of Newberry residence will be
informally at home Thursday after-
noon from 3 to 5 o'clock.
During the extreme heat last week
electric fans were installed in each
room on the fourth floor of Newberry
Residence.
CITY NEWS
Theodore Brown, 953 Greenwood
avenue, who has been camping a-
Vondercook lake, near Jackson, saved
two people from drowning after they
had gone down for te second time,
according to authentic reports, receiv-
ed yesterday afternoon.
Dr. G. B. Rawdon, '11D, of Kimber-
ley, South Africa, has returned to
Lansing, where he is visiting his
brother, Edwin Rawdon. Dr. Rawdo
departed for England, after obtaining
his degree at the University, and then
went to the provinces, where he re-
sided until his return to this country.
The grand lodge of the Michigan
Knights of Pythias and Pythian Sisters
will hold their annual convention in
this city on September 5 and 6. About
1,000 members are expected to be
present. An entertainment program
will be arranged for the visitors.
A meeting of the Michigan fame:
was held last night at the home of
Mrs. T. W. Peck. After the regular
business program, refreshments were
served.
The plan nsed by the Detroit trafic
police regarding the notification of
automobile ordinance violations has
been adopted by the Ann Arbor police.
Stickers are pasted on all cars park-
ed in violation of the rules. Upon the
second violation the autoist is held
for a hearing.
ENTER STATE FIELDS
Zoological Expeditions to Be Confined
to Michigan Territory
The zoological expeditions sent out
annually by the University of Michi-
gan, will be confilred mainly to this
state this year instead of going to dis-
tant fields as hertofore. Every year
the state is becoming more settled so
an effort is being made to collect all
possible data on this section of the
country before it is too late. Short ex-
peditions lasting only a week or so
have been sent out into various coun-
ties and an intensive survey of four of
these has already been completed. The
main expeditions for this year have
not as yet reported.
Last summer four expeditions were
sent out by the University. One went
to Texas to collect reptiles, amphi-
bians and ants. It was located about

60 miles north of the border, a little
east of El Paso, in a country which
had never been worked before and
was a great success. The second ex-
pedition went to North, Carolina to
study salamanders and obtained much
material which the museum had not
had before. The other two expeditions
were in the northern and northwest-
ern parts of Michigan. The object
was to collect specimens and data con-
cerning the habits, habitats and abun-
andance of "various organisms.
Directory of all the Summer School
Students now on 'sale at the State
Street Bookstores.

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NEGROES SHOW ABILITY AND DR. J. G. CUMMING, FORMERLY
ENDURANCE ON FIRING LINE OF MICHIGAN, GETS PROMOTION
Paris, Aug. 6.-The "Soldats noirs" Dr. James G. Cumming, former di-
have made a name for themselves in rector of the Pasteur Institute at the
France. The very positions to which University, but for the past year direc-
they have been assigned prove the tor of the bureau of communicable
confidence which the superior officers diseases for the state of Califoirnia,
have placed in them. has recently been commissioned as
Senegalese negros were used to re- captain in the medical.officers' reserve
take Donaumont and they fought at corps. Dr. Cumming has been assign-
Champagne, Soissons and Verdun. It ed as an assistant to the department
is said that no better or more efficient surgeon, with headquarters with the
workers have been seen, and that western department at San Francisco.
they underg6 constant fighting with Cal.,
but little food. During the present'
war they have been known particu-
larly for their ability to stand the The 1917 Summer Student Directory
strain and hardships of trench life, on sale at all the bookstores, 25c.

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