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The Wolverine, 1918-07-02

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R D WEEK

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EONLY OFFICIAL
SUMMER NEWSPAPER

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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUJSDAY, JULY 2, 1918

IAI6 PAPES LUNI(Sum of $5o,ooo Already Collected Tovards Putting
-1YN M New Union in Shape for Accomodating Detachment
ent Tendency is to Present Only
iews Which Indicates Forward;
Progress.
[IBIC CHANGING ATTITUDE-
tat newspapers serve as the con- "
ing link between the individual ,
the social system, was the opin-
expressed by Prof. F. N. Scott,
the rhetoric department, at a
ire given by him yesterday aft-
on in the Natural Science build-a
so "How toS Read the Newspaper."
suid that newspapers were fast
'aching the policy of presentinga
heir columns only such, informa-
as indicates the forward pro-
s of the world, and that this was
g made possible by the changing
ude of the reading public in whom
Professor Scott, "The fierce hung-
'or truth far exceeds the desire
ad of evil."
Divides Contents
'ofessor Scott first divided the
ents of a newspaper into three Committees Are Working in All Parts
5:' News, editorials, and adver- PHYSICAL TRAINING of Country to Collect e NO MONEY SOUGHT
g. He then narrowed the classi- ILS A TS O mnarF E IGM C A IS
on to news alone, nroe forth editorials
;it e ifreioil WILL START SOON mainder FEEDING MECHANICS
r all, are but private interviews of
writer with himself and conse- Physical training for men will be A sum of $50,000 in cash donations Contrary to the pre',ailing opinion
itly not news, while advertising conducted this summer on Ferry and life memberships payments has the Michigan Union is not trying to
sws in that it gives information, field. Men who want to take the work been received by the Michigan Union mke money on the project of feeding
te chief criticism which Professor should report tb Dr. May, professor of in its ampaign for250,000 to pot the mnt, Seretary of the Union Homer
t made of newspapers was that physical training, who may be found
he news is not classified as is the every day from 10 to 12 o'clock, and 2 new Union building to shape to ac- H. Heath said yesterday. It is look-
scial and market news, for in- ,to 5 o'clock at the Varsity clubhouse commodote men in training detach- ed upon by the Union as a piece of
ce. A dealer in stocks and bonds, on Ferry field. ments to be sent to the University war work which the Union can do,
'oducer or a dealer in grain pro- The work will consist of exercises for special mechanical training. Re- and is doing.
.o specialn mechaninaa trsising.bRekSo far the management has been
Smay turn at once to his daily and athletics, as they may be worked ports from the 600 committees work- ble to k th t but
r and know just where he is go- in. The fee for the use of the club-eep eaccouns even,
to find the facts he wants, given house is 50 cents, which gives all lock- ing throughout the United States to it has only been through careful figur-
pletely, accurately, and without er and shower privileges. Some light raise the money are expected about ing The government allows 80 cents
rial bias. The same is true of. postume should be provided, but there the middle of the month. a day for feeding each man, and the
ts, society and fashions. is no requirement as to Its nature. ot the $110,000 the sum of $150,- Union attempts to give the men just
Thequeentsmasothturen- f.he$250,as much, and just as good food as it
Attitude is Wrong The fee for summer use of the ten- 000 will be used to complete contracts for the
nis courts is $1, and should be paid canfoth money.
it in political and educational oh cus s$. holde pid for plastering and the like, which Lack of proper facilities and cap-
er, and in questions of culture, at the clubhouse. This does not in-
clude locker and shower privileges at have already been let, but which can able labor is making the job more
news is apt to be presented only the clubhouse, which may be had for be stopped should the money not be difficult. The Union kitchen was not
faewap in qesion and may be 50 cents. raised to care for them. The remain- constructed to handle such a large
ewspaper in question and may be ing $100,000 will be expended on kitch- proposition, and is very crowded. In-
d most anywhere in the paper. en equipment, floor, screens, ice ma- ability to get cooks that will remain
> attitude is wrong says Professor K. of C. Gives Dance for Mecsnies chines, dummy elevators, toilet fix- is another difficulty. Three lumber-
t, and the time is coming when A dance will be given to the mem- tures, and other such furnishings jack cooks from Oconot, Wis., were
Swill be classified for everybody, ers of the training detachment at needed to make the building habitable. hired, and proved efficient, but left, it
it the advantages for out weigh 800 o'clock tomorrow night in the It is expected that the kitchen equip- is thought, because the state is dry.
isadvantag S.es, he said, when suchSt o'lctmrowngtith
St Thomas hall by the Knights of Co- ment alone will cost in the neighbor- One stayed three days and the other
res of newspaper service as te - lumbus. Taps will be extended one hood of $30,000, since a very nearly two weeks. All of the work is be-
hic ngbeery ani c h hour. The men of the detachment complete outfit will have'to be pur- ing done by one cook at present.
, which bring every man in touch can bring girls, or "stag" it, as the chased. A dishwashing machine alone
i the forces which are energizing Knights of Columbus have made ar- wil cost $2,000, but according to Un- MICHIGAN UNION CLEARS $200
society in which he lives. rangements to have a number of ion officials the dishwashing problem FOR BENEFIT OF PARIS UNION
young women attend the affair. Re- will be solved more economically in
aIa Durkee Inspects Restaurants freshments will be served, this way than by the use of human Approximately $200 was cleared by
oldiers are permitted to visit this labor. At present ten negroes are the Michigan Union on the student
aurant," and "Soldiers are for- employed all of the time washing dish- carnival held just before the close of
en to visit this restaurant," signs Mr. Khaki Entertains at Y Tent es for the 700 men in the detachment the regular session in Barbour and
e distributed to the various res- Mr. Khaki and his wife will enter- now on the campus. Waterman gymnasiums for the ben-
ants recently inspected by Captain tain the men of the second training Contracts are not being pushed, but efit of the American University Union
h H. Durkee. detachment at 8 o'clock tonight in the Secretary Homer Heath said yesterday at Paris. Total receipts were in the
tarly all of the restaurants were "Y" tent, between Waterman gymna- that should the campaign prove suc- neighborhood of $1,400. According to
'oved, although some of them were sium and the Medical building. The cessful they would be speeded so as to Secretary Homer H. Heath the Un-
pproved. The restaurant owners program will include mind reading, permit occupation of the building by ion is still $800 short on the pledge
have the disapproval sign in their mystical, cabinet, and slight of hand August 15. Should the money not be made and paid to the Paris Union last
e of business can have it removed tricks. This is the second time that raised, however, to fully settle the fall, and which it was given permis-
emedying the conditions that ex- Mr. Khaki has appeared before the contracts, no attempt will be made to sion to raise through some student
1 at the time of the inspection. men of the detachment. occupy the building. activity.

PRICE THREE CENTS
SICNAL IGAINING
Goernment Officer Lent es withI e-
port; School Would Start About
July 15
DETACHMENT Nt'BERS 300 MEN
No definite steps have been taken
which would assure the establishment
of the signal training school at the
University July 15, but there is every
probability that the 300 men will
come. Lieut. E. E. Dreese, sent by the
government to look over the field,
left last night with his report after
conferring with University officials.
Arrangements have been made for
housing the men without iinterferring
with'any present University arrange-
ments, so this difficulty, which at first
appeared to be sufficiently large as to
make the school almost impossible,
has been surmounted. Further ar-
rangements for caritg for the men
will be announced later.s
There is no definite information as
to how the course will be conducted,
but it is tentatively understood that
all courses will be under one man-
agement, which would mean that
Captain Ralph H. Durkee, head of the
training detachment of 700 men now
training on the campus, will also as-
sume management of the signal
course. Plans have been prepared by
Captain Durkee relating to the work
to be given should such be the case,
and will be found on the page devoted
to detachment news.
An interesting feature connected
with the investigation yesterday is
that Lieutenant'Dreese, who repre-
sented the government, was an engi-
neering student in the University last
year, of the class of 1919.
HEALTH SERVICE PRIVILEGES
GIVEN SUMMER STUDENTS
Full privileges of the University
health service are extended to stu-
dents of the summer sesion, Dr. W.
E. Forsythe announced yesterday for
the benefit of the new students. Any
cases of illness will be cared for free
of charge if the patient will report to
the Health Service biulding on In-
galls street just back of Hill auditor-
ium. In case the patient is unable to
call, one of the doctors will come at a
minimum charge.
Both men's and women's physicians
are available. Dr. Walker cares for
the women, and has special rooms in
the health service for their conven-
ience. Her personal phone is number
2653-J. Dr. Forsythe and Dr. Rey-
nolds are men's physicians, Dr. For-
sythe's ptrsonal phone is number
1818-M. The health service number is
118, University exchange. Office hours
are 10 to 12 o'clock, and 2 to 4 o'clock
daily.
In cases serious enough to warrant
entrance into the hospital, the Univer-
sity .hospitals are open to students.
Kansas Cut Commencment i
The annual commencement of the
University of K was cut down so that
ot may be crowded into three days in-
stead of the usual week.

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