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THE WOLVERINE

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concert under te personal direc-d
PRESENI "FAIH £LLEN" tion of cneti Kenneth N. ersnlWsterman, and
will feature Miss Ada Grace Johnson,
AT CONCERTON M[ e5soprano, and Robert Dieterle, bari
tone.
A rehearsal of the Choral Union
To Be Last Program This Summer; chorus will be held at 7 o'clock to-
Large Crowd Attends Next morrow night in Nickles' Arcade, di-
to Final Concert rectly above the sub-postoffice. Di-
rector Westerman urges all members
A large crowd attended the compli- to be in attendance as there will be
mentary concert given by the Uni- only a few more rehearsals before the
versity School of Music last night in final presentation.
Hill auditorium. One more recital
will be given at 8 o'clock next Wed- WILL START NEW SURGICAL
nesday night in Hill auditorium. DRESSINGS CLASS IN SEPT.
The first number on the program
last night brought out the .orchestral A new class in surgical dressings
effects of the organ. The composer will be started the first week in Sep-
attempted to create Persian color in tember by Mrs. . D. Lre. The mak-
the piece. The second number of the ing of 21 kinds of surgical dressings
suite, "The Garden of Iram," was like will be taught. Volunteers are want-
ed to help in the work going on now
a pastel, full of opalescent shades and at the old Angell house which is open
tints. "Saki" was a bizarre, display- all day.
lug spontaneity and freshness of in-
spiration. ANN ARBOR MERCHANTS HOLD
An organ program would hardly be "DOLLAR DAY" ON AUGUST 16
complete without something from the
pen of the master composer of the Ann Arbor merchants have almost1
French school, Guilmant. The two unanimously pledged themselves to
numbers selected, while not monu- offer unusual bargains on Thursday,
mental in structure, nevertheless Aug. 16, a day which has been desig-
vividly portrayed the master at his nated os "Dollar Day." On this occa-
best. The- melody of "Prayer and sion they purpose to demonstrate the
Cradle Song" was sincere and appeal purchasing possibilities of a dollar.D
iog.r
A startling and novel effect original Prepare Gymnasium for Fall StudentsI
with Guilmant was shown by "Ca- Waterman gymnasium is being ren-
price," which cleverly introduced rap- ovated for the fall. The janitor isi
id shifting of the key-boards. The busily engaged in washing, varnishing
last number was in the nature of an and cleaning the different gymnasium
improvisation upon the old southern apparatus.
melody, and was written especially Boxing gloves for the new boxingI
for the organ in the Morman temple course to be given by Dr. May during
at Salt Lake City. As a composition, the coming semester will probably ar-
it Is better than the usual composi- rive about the middle of September.
tions of this type and showed consid- Wrestling mats and other material
erable creative genius and mtsician- have also been ordered. d
ship on the part of the composer in
working in the melody. Engineering Toner to Have Dormersd
Program Featured by "Pagliacl" Dormers are to be built in the Eng-
The program was featured by a ineering tower for the face of the olde
lection from "Pagliacci," "Arioso, Library clock. It was reported that
'Vee ",the bells and chimes were to be in n
'Vesti La Guibba,"' by Leoncavallo. th e and che wee owin
"Pagliacci" is one of the most popular stalfed without the face showing.
of the short operas of the modern Wicosin Paper Suspends Publication
Italian school. The tenor role is one Madison, Wis., Aug. 8.-The Daily t
of the shortest in all operaticlitera- adion is.,ndedAu.i-thenDra
tartesots naloeai iea Cardinal suspended publication for
T s nsg.hsummer with its issue of Aug. 1.
This selection is among one of the Preparations are already under way
greatest gems of the opera, and comes for publishing the paper next school
at the climax at the end of the first year.
act when the hero, Canio, discovers a
that he must go on with his-part in CLASSIFIED t
a little playlet which opens the sec I
and act, meanwhile knowing that his LOST-A pair of small horn-rimmed
wife is unfaithful. In this Aria he nose glasses in W. C. Sommers case,
gives vent to his feelings which run last Friday night. Finder please
the entire gamut of human emotion. Phone 129, University exchange. 9
The opera is in two acts, with one set- FOR SALE - Reasonable, complete
ting for the entire play. household goods nearly new. One
Presentation of "Fair Ellen." set of the New International En- in
"Fair Ellen," and "Joshua" by cyclopedia. Also some wearing ap- T
Moussorgsky will be presented by the parel and musical instruments. fr
Choral Union at the last compliment- Have completed course in the Uni- v
ary recital next Wednesday evening versity. 507 Walnut. 7, 9, 11.

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PAT-CHES
THE LITTLE WOLVERINE
(Editorial)
Oh, the Pres-i-dent of the D. U. R.
A mighty man is he.
He calls his stenog
And he says to her:
"Take Order 93.
"On account of the war,
And the price of cheese,
And the heat, which is intense,
When the Army Stores gang
Go to Jackson, just hang
Up an increase of thirty-two cents.
If tiey want said car
Brought up to school;
Why, gather three extra bones,
Or else let 'em walk-
Of course they'll balk-
But the D. U. R's no fool."
Oh, the Pres-i-dent of the D. U. R.,
A mighty man is he.
He knows his job,
Though he may play hob
With the boys from Ann Arbor-ee.
(Personal Mention)
Mr. Joseph Hart, famous for his Y.
M. C. A. work in Ann Arbor, is soon to
leave us. He will either join the War
Department or assist in making New
York dry (by whichever plan will do
it the quicker-prohibition or pourin-
hibition).
(Complain.t Editor)
Business Manager,
The Little Wolverine.
Dear Sir:-I wish to say that I en-
joy reading your little paper very
much but here lately I have had some
difficulty in doing so. Please tell your
carrier that I don't mind crawling un-
er the porch for it, or climbing up
n the roof, or even shinning up a
ree, but when he throws it into my
eighbor's parlor, I would rather call
or my copy at the office.
I. M. CRABBY.
Dear Mr. Crabby:-You will not be
roubled any more. Your neighbor has
greed to close his parlor window.
W. L. F.
(Etiquette and Perfumery)
Dear Patricia:-Two nice boys have
sked me for dates next Friday-one
o go boating, the other for the dance.
don't like to disappoint either.
IVY B. EYES.
Well, don't. You must be off the
ver at 9:30. The dance is there until
n. Do you see, deanie?-
We are especially fortunate in be-
g able to scoop the Times-News and
he Wolverine with this advance copy
om the new catalogue of the Uni-
ersity and School of Music.
English
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The courses of Landsape Design
are designed especially to meet the
needs of students whose design it is to
acquire a knowledge of the principles
that govern the designing of Land-
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personal and comes at hours conveni-
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The Boulevard, the Huron and other
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to accommodate upward of 1,458 stu-
dents this summer.
School of Music
SB--Ballad Singing. We begin with
the simpler tunes as "Rock-a-Bye
Baby" and work up to "Lonesome"
and all the Waikiki songs. Recom-
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We put The Little Wolverine's O. K.
upon the above courses.
P. A. T.
Redeem your subscription receipt at
one of the State Street Book Stores
and receive a 1917 Summer Student
Directory.

600 BOOKS DONATED
TO U. S. SOLDIERS
firs. A. Forsyth of Grand -Rapids and
Sheeann and Company Largest
Contributors
Almost 600 books have been received
by the University Library to be sent
to the soldiers in, the different canton-
ments throughout the country.
Among those who have donated
books are: Sheehan & Company, Mrs.
C. L. Anderson, F. L. D. Goodrich, Mrs.
A. Forsyth, Grand Rapids; Professor
Wilgus and family, Mrs. A. S. Warthin
Mrs. C. W. Wilder, Mrs. H. Wilson,
Prof. W. H. Hobbs, Miss Emma Mat-
thews, Wald Lake; Mrs. L. A. Rhoades,
J. D. Edmondson, S. Moore, Mr. and
Mrs. L. D. Carr, Mrs. B. F. Carpenter,
Miss Heath, Mrs. Swift and Miss
Bixby.
Book plates are being made to bear
the name of the donar in each case.
Directory of all the Summer School
Students now on sale at the State
Street Bookstores.

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