TUES., Aug.,4-Thos. W. Ross In "The
Only Son .
WED., August 5 - international Auto
Races at Indianapolis. Ford-Detroit
THUR., Aug. 6-8y request, we repeat
"Coodnes Gractous," a Vitagraph
Comedy, teaturing Stdney Drew
FRIDAY, Aug. 7-"The Mystery of the
Hidden House," Vitagraph Drama
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1914.
ANN ARBOR AND WAR.
While great papers are shouting
about all phases of the European war,
it is for so mere an instrument as The
Wolverine to devote itself entirely to
the pursuits of peace and happiness.
Butwhen the little ripples strike us,
we claim the right to edge in a word
about the local effects.
The effect of the war in Ann Arbor
is more than a ripple, however. The
business part of the city is almost en-
tirely inhabited by Germans, many of
them not even one generation removed.
It is interesting to walk through a so
called German part of Ann Arbor. Al-
though by this time very thorough
American citizens, they seem to feel
a little thrill which sends their minds
scurrying away before the command
of the Kaiser. All of them have rela-
tives in Germany, and naturally it is
more than a ripple that strikes them.
On the other side of the city are the
professors, whose interests are linked
more than commonly in European af-
fairs. Many of them are there now,
and their relatives here eagerly watch
the papers and wait for cablegrams.
It is by reason of these close chains
of relation with the war, that some
are inclined to lose their sanity. A
miniature war is being fought this
very afternoon among Ann Arbor Ger-
mans. The following speculation was
heard from a normal man of at least
thirty-five on Main street this morn-
ing, "The United States will join Ger-
many if she gets too hard pressed,
then we will lick England. Together
we can clean up on Canada, go down
and get Mexico." He then added patri-
otically, "The United States could
have all of North America."
There is a report that a Jackson
man bought 100 barrels of flor, an-
ticipating a sudden soaring of price in
that commodity. It is in such delu-
sions that Ann Arbor is not doing its
part in following Wilson's plea of san-
ity, by which the burden of the whole
world may be supported.
MIL MARKS, WE STILL WANT A
PLACE TO SIT.
The fact still remains that the Uni-
versity of Michigan does not allow the
visitor to sit on its campus. The
planks with iron pipe backs are too
near the walk and too uncomfortable
generally to sit for a few moments
with a friend. The campus is had
enough in the summer. The signs of
hospitality are few enough.
Meanwhile the benches are stored
away in a basement. There were
probably reasons for putting them
there. But there are also reasons for
bringing them back. A couple dozen
seats placed in shady spots about the
campus would give it a new aspect.
We were permitted to use the benches
in the spring. Why can't we have
Why, Mr. Marks, why can't we have
a comfortable place to sit?
OUR SWEATING BRAU
SPECIAL WAR BULLETIN TO THE
Tessmer's-on-the-Huron. (ne'er Bing-
en). "Hank" Parsons and Ex-Com-
modore Hulbert were seen assemb-
State cor. Huron
R. S. Loring, Minister.
Morning Subject at 10:30
TENNYSON and the
"ie fought his doubts
and gather'd strength
He would not make his
011) YOU EVEiti
Did you ever while you're sleeping
Dream of wealth galore?
Did you ever in your slumbers,
Pile your riches on the floor?
While you have- some coolie fan you
As a king upon a throne,
And you hear the shekels tinkle,
And you know that they're your
Then you pitch aside a quarter
Or a rouble or a sou,
When you find it's Big Ben's jingle,
That is calling you.
Did you ever in a lecture,
Dream of Islands of Cracked Ice?
Did you ever while he's talking,
Think of things at every price?
Of a boat from the foam of lager,
On an ocean of champaigne?
Of hailstones of gin rickeys
While mint juleps make the rain?
The library clock chimes six times,
And you know it's fifteen to,
But the psychopathic ward is calling,
Yes, it's calling you. -S. W. D.
And he asked of his Southern girl,
-Are you my little sweet potato?"
Then she answered, "I Yam."
I looked at him with a geological
What do you mean? You did not re-
ally look at him with a geological sur-
Yes I did, it was one of those stony
Father's Death Calls Student Home
James E. Fitzgerald, '14, who was
taking special work this summer, pre-
paratory to a medical course, has been
called to his home in Valley City, N.
Y., on account of the death of his
father. tIe will teach in Valley City
On Reach and "Ty Cobb"
Base Ball Cloves
ling a fleet from the boat club here _
tonight at 11:59 G.M. in preparation TIN
for the attack of the army worm. U
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bers of young girls could be seen
here on the streets with Rouge-n
war (?) paint on.
Mt. Blanc--Early morn. Three young Minnesota Stude: Why are all these
American students were in the lean matches labeled "Made in Sweden?"
of 2,000,000 refugees fleeing to the Don (the versatile clerk) in the
Alps for safety. come-back, "Because they're light
Paris, Ky. The king was with the headed."
troops-I mean trumps-here and--o-
played havoc Ivith some of the pre- Boy: "Salvation Army paper, Mis-
meditated tactics. ter?"
Bologna. Sunset. Prince Gustav went Mister: "Why call that a Salvation
on a dog hunt in spite of the war Army paper."
trouble. Boy: "War Cry ain't it?"
Shiftless Stude Even Takes Advantage Windsor Race Track Program-La-
0tfes devit'edy Gertrude, selling 98-2. You know
It is reported that a large number me, Al.
expect to enroll in general chemistry Ao
Advice to Mothers: Send your eil-
next fall, as a result of the news that dren to the "Movies" when they get
the laboratory equipment may be in-
adequate on account of the war. y s
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WED., Aug. 5 - Sports and Travels in
Central Africa. TravelogueS Story.
FRI., Aug. 7-"The King's Wilt." 12th
Story of Kathlyn.
SAT., Aug. 8-"Mystery of Room 643"
With Francis X. Bushman.
COMING NEXT WEEK
"Too Many Husbands." Big Comedy