T H E W OL VE R INE
THUR.,.Aug. 6-By request, we repeat
"Coodness Gracious," a Vitagraph
Comedy, featuring Sidney Drew
FRIDAY, Aug. 7-"The Mystery of the
Hidden House," Vitagraph Drama
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The official student newspaper for
the University of Michigan summer
session. Published by the students on
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Subscription rates-By carrier, sev-
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Office Hours: Managing editor, 2:00
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Address, The Wolverine, Press Build-
ing, Maynard St., Ann Arbor.
Leo N. Burnett-Managing Editor
F. Gurnee Millard-Business Manager.
Athletic Editor-Charles Kendrick.
Juan Bonilla Stockbridge Hilton
Harold Bowcock Clement Jackman
Louis Bruch Charles Johnson
Verne Burnett Dudley McClure
Wilbert Fuller Harry Vandarwarker
S. W. Donaldson, Asst. Bus. Mgr.
T. C. Hill Lee Watson
THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1914
A NEGLECT OF DUTY AND A
The Boat club and all other organ-
izations on whom the duty rests, have
neglected to take any steps toward
making the dangerous point on the
Huron river near the railroad bridge,
more safe. Drownings have occurred
there before, and drawnings will oc-
The Wolverine is not rich enough to
buy dynamite to clean the river, but
it at least has an ambition to prevent
the loss of life. By next week, The
Wolverine will place at the bridge
near the dangerous spot, a sign with
the following information.
1. Location of nearest telephone.
2. Telephone number of Tessmer's,
who can send men immediately with
grappling hooks-men experienced in
3. Telephone number of the Edison
Co., which can send a pulmotor by au-
to in a very short time after notifica-
This information and a little prompt
action would have saved the life of
Roy Davis early this summer. We
hope, if the occasion arises again-if
some other victim is caught in the
undercurrent, that we shall be instru-
mental in saving his life, while the
Boat club and other organizations are
dreaming about the price of dynamite.
A MATTER OF HABIT.
This summer's Wolverine, like Wol-
verines of past summers has actually
prayed to Mr. Marks to put a few
benches on the campus. The appeal
will probably do no good this summer,
as it has been without result in the
past. It is said that users of benches
trample the grass, interfere with work
on the campus and scatter papers and
It is a peculiar attitude. As a cam-
pus, as a public ground belonging to
the state, as a place which people come
long distances to visit, as a park, the
University of Michigan should put for-
ward a sign of hospitality in spite of
grass, rubbish and everything else.
In a park, benches are a necessity,
part of the outfit. Here they seem to,
be regarded as a luxury.
Building and constant tearing ulY
doesn't permit the grass to grow any-
way. Why in the world can't we have
a few benches placed where they will
do the least harm to the grass? Mr.
Marks is probably limited and cannot
engage extra help to clean up the rub-
bish caused by bench users. He prob-
ably has many reasons besides those
he has stated.
But in spite of those things, a few
seats should be sneaked out of their
hiding place. TINKER & CO.
Resign yourself to sit on the grass
this summer. They have never heark- FURNISHERS and HALTERS to University Men
ened to our appeals before, and they 342 S. Stale 5t.
probably never will. But if anyone
reads this who has the least word of
influence, we beseech you, in future
summers, to help make the campus
FALL PLANS MADE
BY LYCEU. CLUB
(Continued from page 1)
passed upon by the department of ora-
tory, are allowed to fill dates and this
assures the public that each entertain-
ment offered will come up to a high
The most timely lecture offered this
year will be that of "Swords and
Ploughshares" given by Samuel 3.,
Whiting, '15. This lecture deals with
the war condition as it exists at the
present time. William C. Mullendore,
'14-'16L, will speak on the subject
"What's the Use." In this lecture Mr.
Mullendore shows that our materialis-
tic policies both politically and social-
ly are leading us far away from Amer-
ican ideals. "Newer America" will be
the subject of a lecture dealing witti
the industrial and social change which
are soon to come in America. This
lecture will be delivered by Roy R.
Fellers, '15. James A. Phelps, '15L,
will lecture on "Our Outcasts." This
lecture is a study of the conditions,
needs and rights of the people who
seemingly prefer the life of the under-
world. In addition to this subject Mr.
Phelps offers lectures on "America
Tomorrow" and "Education for Citi.
Other lectures to be offered are Is
follows: Isador Becker, '15, "The Man
in the Raiks"; Hugh G. Allerton, '14-
'16L, "The World at Your Door"; Wer-
ner W. Schroeder, '14-'16L, "The Spir-
it of Modern Business"; and Harry D.
Parker, '16L, "The Liquor Business
and the People's Business."
Aside from the lectures offered, re-
citals and readings will be given. Lu-
cile K. Strong, '15, will give as a recit-
al number George Elliot's "Silas Mar-
ner." Miscellaneous readings will be
given by Fred S. Sorensonn, grad.,
Harold L. Nutting, '15L, will appear as
an entertainer, reading humerous se-
lections in costume.
The officers for the club of the club
for the ensuing year follow: J. Arthur
Phelps, president; Roy R. Fellers, sec-
retary-treasurer; and, Professor R. D.
T. Hollister, director.
SAYS CAMPUS BENCHES WERE
REMOVED TO PROTECT GRASS
According to an announcement yes-
terday by Mr. James H. Marks, super-
intendent of the grounds and build-
ings, the benches which were placed
on the campus during Commencement
week and during the last weeks in the
spring, have been removed on account
of damage done to the grass. It is
asserted that men engaged in planting
shrubs and doing other work on the
lawns, were interfered with by those
using the benches. It is also said that
the men were caused unnecessary
work by papers and other rubbish
Service, Quality, and Prices Right.
Edsill's Rexall Drug Store. 122 So.
Main St. Phone 35. tf
Buy your kodak films and supplies
at Sugden Drug Co., 302 S. State. tf
Electric fixtures for sale. Inquire
at University Music House, Press
building, Maynard St. tf
Weymann Mandolutes, Martin Gui-
tars, and Musical Instruments of
every description for sale at reason-
able prices at Schaeberle & Son's Mu-
sic House, 110 S. Main St. tf
Clean soda water at Calkins.
August Sale Campus Bootery-Any
Gents Oxfords in store $3.98, formerly
$5.00, $5.50 and $6.00. tf
Calkins Pharmacy for drugs. tf.
Cold Soda, served right. University
Avenue Pharmacy. tf
Kodaks and supplies at Calkins. tf
Phone 416. We deliver your drugs,
Rexall Remedies and Toilet Articles.
Edsill's Rexall Drug Store. 122 So.
Main St. Phone 35. tf
No canvassing or soliciting required.
Good income assured. Address MER-
RILL, 1175 Broadway, New York.
Summer Students Notice
We give special attention to ama-
teur finishing. Daines & Nickels, 336
S. State St., over Cushing's Drug
On Reach and "Ty Cobb"
Base Ball Cloves
And Students Sup-
Books for all de-
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FRI., Aug. 7-"The King's Will." 12th
Story of Kathlyn.
SAT., Aug. 6-"Mystery of Room 643"
With Francis X. Bushman.
COMING NEXT WEEK
"Too Many Husbands." Big Comedy