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August 11, 1917 - Image 2

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The Wolverine, 1917-08-11

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Cbe Wloverine
Wuerth Theatre
The official student newspaper for
Matinees 2 3: 63.Nights 613, s, 9o the University of Michigan summer
Studays-Sundays-Constisnous
session. Published by the students on
Sat-t-Fredeick Wrde in "Fes of
Yoeh.dAlo "The Mystey of the Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday af-
Double Cross." Episode 13 ternoons. Twenty-five issues.
Sun-Mo -a- 1 Fannie Word in "le _
steange Wedding." Attn Tiangle -
Tu e-Vioet Merseean in "The Hnte 40vertising rates-Furnished upon ap-
f Moary Blake;" Figman Comedy, plication to the business manager.
"The Ghost of Cncse."
ed t Willions i'Arene Lop- Subscriptions and ads taken at Quar-
in" fRet; Cnnedy, "Jaok Oncks the ry's and University Avenue Phar-
macy.
Office Hours: Managing editor, 1:00
Orpheum Theatre to 2:00 daily; business manager,
1:00 to 2:00 daily. Phone 960 or
2414.
Matinees n, 3:3. Nights 6:30, 8, 9:30
5atrdays-Sussdays--Continsnns Address, The Wolverine, Press Build-
Sal-s -Marjorie Rambeau in "The ing, Maynard St., Ann Arbor.
tGrete onteon." Also Mutual
Teovels Conedy.
Sun-Mon-r2-13-Charles Ray ie "The Leonard W. Nieter-Managing Editor
MilionairenVgent" Alo tiolmeso
Travels. Evenng so. Phone 2414 or 1855
Tuets -oothy Phillip is "Fires of Bernard Woli-Business Manager
Rebellion." Attn Comedy.
Wed-5-FreankhKeenoq in "The Thor- Phone 960 or 2413-R
snghhed." Rebooked. Alo Mn -__________________
tual Comedy and Travels.
Reporters
James C. J. Martin J L. Stadeker
Marion Rood H. J. Burtis
® E M. G. iedin C F. Wilner
ary ERhoades Dorothy Middlebrook
ShAowsat 3:0; 6:30; 8:0; 9:30
ise Unless Otherwise Specified ' Business Staff
Phenen 96-M William Le Fevre Circulation Mgr.
Sa-x1 Maeiose Snayne in "The Ad- -
venturer;" Part VII, "The Secret Assistants
-ingdom."
Mon13-Nel Craig in "The Trufflers;" Maurice Klein B. F. Fullerton
Comedy. "GeaotExpetotios"
Thu-16 Lionel Barecytoe in "Tie Mi-
linaire's Double" (Ret.); Herz Coot-
Fri-t-eny I. Wolthaltl in "Little
Shoot;" Drew Comedy, "Locked
One,
SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1917
We have both the inclination and DRAFT EXEMPTION PLEAS
the equipment to furnish the The government is having a harder
best in banking service t
Ann rdorSayngs ank time than it anticipated in raising its'
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank draft army. Not that it had an un-
INCORPFORAT'ED 1869
Capital and Surplus $ 500,000.00 usual amount of trouble in registering
Resources . . $4,000,000.00 its citizens, nor is it experiencing
much difficulty in getting the men who
Huron Streets are called to appear for physical ex-
707 North University Avenue aminations, but the unexpected
amount of exemption pleas which it is
receiving is causing the administra-
nOpen ALL Summer tio no little bother and delay.
In some sections of the country as
many as 80 per cent of the men called
TUTTLE'S have asked exemption on various
grounds. Some say they have families
Lunch R oom to Support, others say they are en-
gaged in occupations the pursuit of
LUNCHES, SODAS which is essential to the government's
AND TOBACCO welfare in time of war; still others
338 50. STATE ST. make varied pleas to he let off,
Undoubtedly many of the pleas
__ which the exemption boards hear will
Developing, 10o Prints, 3s, 40, o not be heeded. And it is well to realize
this fact now and here. The fact that
8K O UR NSRVINC a man puts in an excuse for exemp-
KODAK FINISHING tion does not mean that he will not
Arcade Floral Shop - "Kodak Florist" have to serve. But it does mean that
Nickels Arcade Opp. Sub-Postal station he is causing his country much time
Phone 600 and labor, unnecessary in many cases.
Already steps have been taken to
CHINESE'AND AMERICAN.DISHES stall the activities 'of the slackens.
Open Assummer Provost Marshal General Crowder has
TRY CEORGE'S CHOP SUEY suggested that a man whose family
WAI KING LOO is willing to support his wife during
314 S. State St. Phone 1244-1A the duration of the war shall not be
exempted from service, and has other
BROS.plans which when put into effect will
eOprevent the wholesale exemption front
BILLIARDS AND BOWLING the draft which so many men are at-
CIGARS AND CANDY tempting. At the provost marshal's
"We Try to Treat You Right" orders, exemption boards are tighten-
ing up and other means are, being
ohas a few f*rmulated to draft all men who
S AIN ha a e legitimately can be taken.
unusual views ,of the The men who have been picked for
the first call should realize the re-
failing library tower. sponsibility which rests with them and

713 East U. should be more than willing to serve
wherever they possibly can. Pleas for
. exemption should not be made unless
W il1k in so n'.s ferI they have a substantial basis in fact.
Trunks, Bags and Suitcases In the end these men will be taken
Trade in Your Old One despite their often weak protests, and
325 5. MAIN ST. PHONE 24 it is more honorable to go willingly
.and patriotically than to be forced to
serve.
Hold Swimming Matches in Barbour
~OFLTY PEW R IT E RS mAKS -
E E Several impromptu swimming
F E -AE oR mE T*nmatches have been held lately in the
322 S.ST ATE ST tank at Barbour gymnasium. Racesj
* O I.- iBELLPHONE in different strokes were staged and
WC examples of various ways of rescuingj
shown.

Unitaria Church T ENNIS RACKETS
State and Huron Streetsrc 1

Sunday at 10:30-Rev. J. T. Sunder-
land speaks on the "Hindu Poet
Tagore."
Last service until September 30.

1/4 OFF
AT
UNIVERSITY WAHR5 BOOKSTORE

HEISTOAD . . HALL TO
CONSULT WITH SIUDOENTS
Returns for Last Week of Summer
Session to Give Out Informa.
tion on Fall Work
Registrar Arthur G. Hall is expect-
ed to return the latter part of next
week to be in attendance during the
last week of the summer session for
all students in the College of litera-
ture, science and the arts desiring
information on the courses to be giv-
en in the fall.
Registrar Hall and family have been
spending the summer at Cheneaux
Islands.
Students expecting to complete the
requirements for degrees for teach-
er's diplomas during the summer ses-
sion are requested to call at the office
of the Secretary of the literary school
in which they are enrolled and fill
out the necssary blanks preparatory
to the payment of diploma fees to the
University treasurer.i
Anyone in the literary department
who desires to have a statement of
their class record sent to them after
the close of the summer session are
asked to call at the office of Regis-
trar Hall before August 17 and fill out
the necessary blanks.
Credit will not be given to any stu~-
dent who does not take the examina-
tions according to the schedule on
page 29 of the summer session cata-
logue. The examinations start on the
afternoon of August 22 and continue
until Friday afternoon, August 24. The
schedules will be posted next week in
all of the University buildings.
SAYS 6HAI9IMAB METHOD
IS A WASTE OF TIME
Professor Brumm Discusses Subject
of "The Case Against Eng.
lish Grammar"
"I am thoroughly convinced that we
are wasting much valuable time on
English grammar, and that the gram-
mar methods employed has done much
to render the speech of youth inartic-
ulate and barren," said Prof. J. R.
Brumm, of the rhetoric department, in
his lecture on "The Case Against Eng-
lish Grammar" at 5 o'clock yesterday
in the Natural Science building.
"The rules of grammar never have
changed and never will change a bad
speaker into a good one," continued
Professor Brumm. "English grammar
does not teach the correct use of Eng-
lish, but rather belongs to higher
learning, which investigates the laws
of language development.
"The primary aim of English in-
struction in secondary education
should be to develope the pupil's abil-
ity to use the vernacular coherently
and to read the printed page intelli-
gently. How many high school stu-
dents can expose themselves to a con-
versational draft without heing strick-
en with intellectual cramps?
"When educators have once grasp-
ed the fact that the student's speech
is determined by the kind of discip-
line he receives in oral speech and not
by the writing of formal compositions,
the solution of the English problem
will not be far to seek. It will mean
a systematic effort to provide youth
with a better speech environment.
Nor will this be the task of the Eng-
lish teacher alone but of all teachers
and other persons who may influence
the speech habits of the young.".

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at the
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REPAIR SLOP
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

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DOCTOR ELSIE S. PRATT TO
RETURN TO IIVATE PRACTICE
Doctor Elsie Seelye Pratt, who has
been head of the women's department
of the University Health Servica for
the last four years, has handed in her
resignation which is to take effect in
October. She will leave this week for
Denver where she will again take up
her private practice.
No Swimming Classes During Exams
No classes in swimming will be held
during the last week of summor school
because of examinations.
Wolverine advertising pays.

OBERLIN LIBRARIAN DELIVERS
LECTURES TO LIBRARY CLASS
Professor A. S. Root, librarian of
Oberlin college, arrived in the city
yesterday and delivered two lectures
on the "First Principles of Collage Li-
brary Administration" to the students
of the library methods course.
Professor Root has been connected
with the Oberlin library for 30 years
and has been largly responsible for
the present efficiency of that organiza-
tion. He has conducted the interesting
and successful experiment of having
the college library onen to the towns-

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