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The Wolverine, 1914-06-25

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THE WOLVERINE

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EXPECT LARGE ENROLLMENT HEALTH SERVICE PLANS TO
FOR CAMP AT DOUGLAS LAKE KEEP OPEN DURING SUMMER

Sixty engineers have already en-
rolled for the summer work in survey-
ing at Camp Davis and it is expected
that fully 90 students will be on hand
to answer the roll call when the work
begins next Monday.
No particular arrangements for the
transporting of the students from Ann
Arbor to Douglas lake have been made.
They will go direct from their homes
or from Ann Arbor individually, and
are to report in camp some time be-
fore the evening of the 27th of June.
Board will be furnished on a co-op-
erative basis as was done last year,
and will be under student management.
Each member of the camp will be
obliged to pay only his share of the
expenses. Last season this charge for
board amounted to $3.57 a week.

The university health service will
be open to the students of the summer
session, and will keep office hours for
the men every morning except Sun=
days from 9:00 to 12:00 o'clock and
for the women, from 9:00 to 11:00
o'clock. The health service is located
at 226 S. Ingalls street, and in cases
where the student is unable to call for
treatment, calls will be made at the
student's room on request for a mod-
erate fee.
A pamphlet entitled "First Aid to the
Injured" has been recently published
by the service and may be obtained
free of charge by calling at the offices.
Pictures of the Tappan Bronze will
be on sale at Daines & Nickols, 336 S.
State immediately after the unveiling.
Over Cushings Drug Store.

"A BIG BULL IS SOMETIMES
BETTER THAN A LITTLE CALF"
Once there was a COLLGE GUY who suite, wherein a magnate HELD
thought he had a MORTGAGE on the FORTH, and walking past the ROYAL
CAMPUS and could FORECLOSE any GUARDIANS who kept the HOI POL-
time he wanted to. He was the BIG LOI from running away with THE
GUN and knew it. After he had KID- MAGNATE, stepped UP to the DESK,
DED the PROFS out of P. B. K. and and said:
taken a few LETTERS from the ATH- "Hello, magnate, and how are all the
lETIC ASSOCIATION, been president little mags today?"
of EIGHTY-TWO organizations, made "What the-"began the magnate,
two fraternities and twenty-one HON- reaching for the BUTTON.
OR SASSITIES, he waltzed up ONE WELL, the upshot of IT was, that
FINE DAY and slipped the proferred EDMUND got a POSITION, which
DIPLOMA in his hip pocket, with THE suited HIM BETTER- than a JOB, and
REST of the DIPLOMANIACS. Every- instead of GETTING the blue envel-
body at COLLITCH was sorry to see ope the FIRST MONTH, he got a raise.
EDMUND go, and all prophesied that THEN ANOTHER and then ANOTH-
in two MONTHS, he'd be'a KING, or ER. He KNEW JUST where to KID
if the KINGSHIPS were all FULL, the KIDDERS, and when to PAT the
he'd lope in to SOME QUIET berth as engine on the BACK. HE now owns
a magnate, or DICTATOR. And ED- the CONTROLLING interest in 1592
MUND was even SURER of this than CORPORATIONS, and MARRIED the
ANY OF HIS DOTING FOLLOWERS. very CO-ED he was ENGAGED to
AFTER giving the ALL-ACROSS to while A COLLEGER.
the jobs in his TOWN, EDDIE hied to MORAL: 'A BIG BULL IS SOME-
the CITY to locate A FIRM THAT TIMES BETTER THAN A LITTLE
would appreciate GENIUS. He breez- CALF.
ed into A LUXURIOUSLY appointed -By Harold R. Schradzki.

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Repairing of Eye Glasses a
Specialty
LENSES DUPLICATED
FINE WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING
Haller Jewelry Co.
Telephone 534 308 South State Street
The New Catalogue
OF THE
University. of Michigan
IS NOW READY
Complete Information concerning seven departments:
Collegiate, Engineering, Medicine,
Law, Pharmacy, Hom e op ath y,
Dentistry and the Graduate Depart-
ment and the Summer Session.
Special Courses in Forestry, Newpaper
Work, Landscape Design, Higher Commercial
Education, including Railway Administration
and Insurance, Architecture, Conservation
Engineering, Pedagogy (affiliated with Ann
Arbor Schools for Observation Study), and a
course for those preparing for the scientific
administration of departments of sanitation
and public health.
For Copy of Catalogue, Special Announcement. or
Individual Information, address
S HIRLEY W. SMITH
Secretary University A N N A R B O R

DiL JAMES SPEAKS
AT 70TH EXERCISES
(Continued from page 1)
building up and supporting these
state universities. "You owe a debt
to the people of this commonwealth,
which you can only return by service
to the community."
Advises Scientific Spirit
"The university man ought, in the
second place, to do his work in the
community not only in the spirit of
service, but in the spirit of science.
The whole world at present seems to
have become hysterical. Every coun-
try in the world is going through a
ferment, spiritual, intellectual, moral,
the like of which we haven't seen for
a century past. The wild antics of
suffragets in Great Britain, the blood
thirsty orgies in Macedonia, and Tur-
key, the terrific and destructive con-
tests in Mexico, the conditionof an-
archy in Colorado, corresponding con-
ditions in Italy, in France, in Ger-
many, all seem to -show that some-
how or other the world has at cer-
tain points gone mad.
Urges Women to Marry
"You are going out into the world,
most of you at any rate, in another
relation aside from that of your cal-
ling or profession in the ordinary
sense of the term. You are going out
into society as fathers and mothers,
as bread winners, and home makers
for the family. I believe that it will
be true in the future as in the past,
that the average man and the average
woman, whether graduates or not,
can do their best work for themselves
and for the society in a partnership
which results in a social unit, effec-
tive for social progress. And the wo-
man who deliberately chooses this
career when the opportunitiy offers
itself, or when she makes it for her-
self, as every woman can if she will,
is choosing a highway to social ser-
vice which is far ahead of all teach-
ing or library or legal or medical ser-
vice she can possibly render to so-
ciety. It looks sometimes as if our
modern society were giving the hon-
ors of social recognition an oppor-
tunity, the ease of life, to the bache-
lor maid instead of to the wife and
mother.

the mediaeval period, or from the
Roman and Greek period.
"Everyone of you," he concluded,
"no matter what his business may be,
no matter where his lot may be cast,
should feel that it is a part of his
duty not to be like a dumb, driven
beast, drifting with the current, with
no attempt to understand it, with no
attempt to appreciate what is hap-
pening, but like an intelligent, free,
hopeful, immortal son of God, to help
to do his part, in working out the
problem of his civilization."
TiREE UNVEILINGS
MAIRK ALUMNI DAY
and other campus attractions, and
short speeches by prominent alumni
present made up the program. Hon.
W. P. Chamberlain, '84, of Minnesota,
expressed a favorable Conference at-
titude in a briefwtalkaDeaimnHenry
Bates, of the law department and
President Harry B. Hutchins repre-
sented the faculty. Judge Robert F.
Thomson, of Canandaigua, N. Y., was
one of the principal factors at the
meeting, delighting the audience in
his usual droll manner. "The Victors"
concluded the program.
Form Motley Parade
Following the program a parade
formed in front of Hill auditorium,
each group contributing with a distinc-
tive class feature. Blue "jumpers,"
khaki trousers, a Scotch bagpipe, cow-
bells and other distinguishing marks
were used by the various classes. A
"boat" was the mark of the '03 class,
supported by a group of white-clad
men and women of the class. At the
ball game, the classes were arranged.
in blocks, cheering individually and
collectively.
The program of the day was con-
cluded by the Senate reception in the
Alumni merorial hall last night, at
which members of the senate and their
wives received the graduates, and
their relatives and friends.
Buy your kodak films and supplies
at Sugden Drug Co., 302 S. State. tf.
We buy peanuts in car loads and
roast daily. Only ten cents for a full
pound. Dean & Co. 1-3.

CAMPUS IN IIRIEF
The Michigan Union, for te first
time in it shistory, will take boarders
during the summer session. The board
will begin with next Monday at a cost
of $5.50 a week. Manager Heath an-
nounced yesterday that a few more
men could be accommodated.
A few places are still left for board
in the cafe at the Michigan Union.
The dining room, which will keep
open during the entire summer ses-
sion, will accommodate 40, and regu-
lar board will be served at $5.50 a
week. Anyone desiring one of the re-
maining places is asked to leave his
name at the Union.
Librarian Theodore W. Koch re-
turned Sunday afternoon from Leip-
zig, where he represented the Ameri-
can Library a.cciatin at the lIter-
national Exhibition of the Book In-
dustry and Graphic Arts.
Change Union Danc: Schedui
The union dance scheduled for Fri-
day has been postponed. The first
dance will be given on July 4, and
weekly dances will follow throughout
the summer on every Saturday night
instead of on Friday as announced.
PHOTOGRAPUER
319 E. Huron St. PHONE 961-M
Chubb House
209 South State Street
Under the Original Management
Summer Board $4.00
" TASTER LIKE HOME "
C. S. Chubb Prop.
J. Q. Neeland Steward
Coolness
Quietness
Excellent Service
Unsurpassed
Cookery
These are some of the high
principles which go into
MACK'S
Tea.Room
There are other elements
which delight and please our
guests during a dainty lunch-
eon here.
Open during Store hours.
Ladies Rest and Corres-
pondence Room in connection.
MACK & co.
j Cor. Main and Lierty

Describes New Equality
"We are putting a new meaning in-
to the word equality today, which is
just as different and as far ahead of
the idea which lay in Lincoln's mind,
as the notion he associated with it
was different from that of Thomas
Jefferson. By equality today, we
mean not mere equality before the
law, but equality of opportunity. And
we are beginning to consider that
equality of opportunity to be the
right of every human being by virtut
of the fact that he is a human being,
and the adoption of this principle as
a positive rule of action will make the
society into which you are going, and
which you will help to make over and
change, as different from the society
which we know today, as this is from

LYNDON, PHOTOGRAPHER
Ann Arbor's Headquarters for Kodaks, Cameras and Photo Supples
I make a Specialty of developing, Printing and Enlarging for Amateurs
--by iodern Methods. This has been my business for so years and it has
increased every day-only results will do this and so whenever you want
anything photographic look for the sign of the kodak- thats where things
LNove.
719 N. University Kodaks for 10c per day

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