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The Wolverine, 1918-07-02

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WuerthTheater
Afternoon-2:3o and 4:0o
Evening-7:0o, 5ooand 1o:oa
* Phone--nbo-J
PROGRAM FOR JULY
Tues-Wed-2-3-Dorothy Dalton in
"Love7Me." Also "Eagle Eye,"
Thurs-Fri 4-5 -Jack Pickford in
'Huck and Tom." Also 'Holmes,
Travels and Comedy. :Z
Sat-6Ela Hall in "A Mother's
Secret." Also News and Comedy.
Su Mon-78-James W. Gerard's-
PM ose Years in Germanay," in
tzo Pacts,.
Tues e9-o.-Ann Pennington in
"Sunshine Nan." Also "Eagle Eye,"
No. z,8.
OrpheumTheater
Afternoon--2:so and 4:00
Evening-7:00,t8:ooand t:o.
Phone--16o-J
PROGRAM FOR JULY
Wed-3-Ann Pennington in "The
nics of Ann." Also "Eagle Eye,"
Not7. .
Thurs-Fri-4-5-J. Barney Sherry in
" -,Cr- Aa Pr~n

THE WOLVERINE
As a suggestion to one of the polit-
DV. V 1 1ttGine rical parties in Russia we put forward
"Fre Vodka," and an excursion trip
Official student newspaper for the to Constantinople after the war.
summer session of the University of
Michigan. Issued Tuesday, Thursday, It must make the Mexicans jealous
and Saturday afternoons. to watch the Russians changing gov-
Advertising rates-Furnished upon ap- ernments so rapidly.
plication to the business manager
Office hours: Managing editor, 1:00 to
2:00 o'clock; business manager, 11 n
to 12 o'clock, daily.
Address, The Wolverine, Press Build- There is an opportunity for sever-
ing, Maynard St., Ann Arbor, Mich. al girls to earn their board by wait-
ing table at Newberry residence.
Russell Barnes-Managing Editor,
Phone 2414 or 319 Prof. A. L. Cross will lecture at 5
Agnes L. Abele-Business Manager o'clock this afternoon in the Natural
Phone 960 or 1892 Scien6e auditorium on "The British
Empire and What it Stands For."
Regular gymnasium classes start
TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1918 Monday, July 8.

SUMMER STUDENTS!
BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU EAT DURING HOT WEATHE
THE ARCADE CAFETERIA
offer you a great variety of vegetables, salads, pastry, as well a
fish and meat. You select what you want, and do not pay for wh
don't like. Buy a Metal Ticket and Save Money.
Nickels Arcade
SUMMER
SCHOOL IK and
STUDEN TS' SUPPLIES
AT
Unite
Wahr 'SBta

"J gh Strikes.' Also eyston
Comed.5 SUMMER COURSES
Sat-6-Baby Marie Osboroe is "A In planning a schedule there is al-
Dtasghter of ths West." Also Wes-
y and Comedy. ways the tendency to pick out at
Sun-Mon-7--Pauline Stare lin"The many easy courses as possible, not-
Mas Who Woke Up." Also Serial
No. 6, "Vengeance and the Woman." withstanding the fact that they say
Tues-n-Julian ELtinge in "The n
Clever Mrs. Carfax." Also "Eagle not he the courses one needs. Par-
Eye," No. 18, ticularly is this the case in summer
ellillllllillillililIIlilllill{ltinfl1Ni,. session when the ewather may be
hot, when it is very pleasant up the
river, and it is the easy thing to loaf.
C A E In normal times such a selection is
bad enough, but now while the war is
- on it is the course of a slacker. The
SHOWS AT 3:0, 6:so, :oo, :3t defence for staying in school at the
Tsc Unless Otherwise Specified. present time, and it is a legitimate
PROGRAM FOR JULY
Tues-Wed -2-3 --Herbert Brenon's defence, is that one is gettingprepa-
"Empty Pockets" by Rupert Hughes, ration to be more effective later on.
and (Tues.) Pathe News. (Wed.) Therefore it ehooves each student it
Screen Telegram. 2o.
Thurs-Fri-4-5-Clae inoall Yung the summer session this year to pick
Cis"edyR "All Dressed Up." e. his courses with the idea in mind of
Sa--Marry Moreyod slorenoe making use of them in a very short
Daeshes in "The Golden oo"and
Drew Coedy, "Romantic Reggie." time to aid in the conduct of the
war
The University is offering a num-
her of courses specially selected with
Courteous and satisfactory this end in view. They should be fill-
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account he large ad. ot these courses are not the
or small, only ones of value to potential war-
riors. The mathematics engineering,
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank medical, language and even the his-
- Incorporated 1869 tory departments, are each offering
Capital and Surplus, $550,000.00 courses of the kind. There is not a
Resources. $4,000,000.00 man or woman on the campus that
can afford to fill out his schedule this
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron. summer without includng one or
707 North University Ave. more. If you have a slacker course
it is not too late to change it. Drop
a few of the "pipe" courses and do
your duty by the country.
Open A LL Summer
THE UNION FUND
It is to be hoped that the alumni of
TUTTLE'S theUniversity respond to the call of
the Michigan Union for $250,000 to
Lunch put the new Union building in shape
to accommodate the 700 men detach-
LUNCHES, SODAS ments the government is sending to
AND TOBACCO the University for special mechanical
33$ S ST ATE ST. training. The housing problem is the
3 weak point in the University's
schemes for training men for war
work. Our instructors are equal to
DETROIT UNITED LINES the best in the world - our shop,
while not as large as could be hoped
etween Detroit, Ann Arbor & Jackson for in such an emergency, are ade-
quate for training many hundreds of
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-Leave men. Houses in which to shelter
nn Arbor, 7:25 a. .,:a. m., and hourly th , and places in
"s;,ntP. ra,.tem n lae nwhich to, feed
Jackson Express Cars (local stops west of them, are what we lack. The pres-
.nn Arbor)-8:48 a. m. and every two hours
S48 p. s. ent system of quartering them about
Local Cars East Bound-5:35 a. so., 640 the
* ., 7:05 a. in., and every two hours toe campus it separate houses, and
05 p. a., osos p ,i:. To Ypsilanti only, feeding them in shifts, leaves much
n05 p. a., soon p. i., 11t5000p. .,12 0
sn., .t 0 a, M. To Saline change at to be desired.
Psilanti. -Athnwehvabuligwic
Local Cars West Bound-6:oo a. m., 7:23 At hand we have a uilding, whic
n., 11:20 p. s. if completed, would solve the prob-
lem admirably. It is sufficiently large,
is very well arranged for such a pur-
Pa * Chop S e pose, and. is conveniently located.
iiass op Ueyo~ This of course is the new Union
Rice - One Pot Tea building. To put it in shape willire-
35 CENTS quire 3250,000, according to esti-
Open during SUMMer mates. It must be realized that the
Scdiool e present is not a very favorable time
School in which to ask donations. Everybody
'ung Tanghas been called on time and again for
1 Lo different war causes. There are no
613 E. Liberty St. spare funds in any household. But by
Phone 948-R contributing now alumni can kill two
birds with one stone, they can benefit
the war work of the country, and
assist their Utniversity as well. It tso
GOOD BOARD a to be hoped that they respond to the
BREAKFAST FOOD Union's Call.
MRS. L A. HURLBURT
806 S. UNIV. Opp. Tappan Hall Ann Arbor is determined to have
$5.n0 PHONE 470-J $5.00 good water. It must.

Miss Mary R. McKee, physical di-
rector for women will hold the fol- -
lowing office hours; Tuesday, 2to44
o'clock; Wednesday, 10 to 12; Friday,
0 to 12, and 2 to 4; Saturday, 11 to 12.
This time will be devoted to arrang-
ing schedules for classes.
Summer gymnastic courses may be
be substituted for the required work
of the academic year in proportion to
the time spentand the grade received.
PHYSICAL TRAINING
COURSE ANNOUNCED
Miss Mary R. McKee, director of
physical training for women this sum-
mer, will arrive in Ann Arbor today.
Regular classes in gymnasium will
not begin until Monday, July 8. Of-
flea hours will be held in Barbour
gymnasium Tuesday, 2 to 4 o'clock;
Wednesday, 10 to 12 and 2 to 4 o'clock;
Friday, 10 to 12 and 2 to 4 o'clock;
Saturday, 11 to 12 o'clock to arrange
schedules for classes. The courses of-
fered to women in physical training
this sunmer consist of gymnastic
plas and -gamses, folk and aesthetic

CLA RA KIMBALL YOUNG
--- an -
"THE REASON WHY"
By ELINOR GLYN
A STORY OF HIGH SO-
CIETY. THE STAR
W E A R S NINETEEN
GOWNS DESIGNED BY
LUCILE, LADY DUFF
GORDON - A SISTER
OF THE AUTHOR. SARA
WILL BE SHOWN AT THE
ARCADE THEATRE

dancing, swimming, and tennis. Sum-1
mer courses for women may be sub-
stituted for the required work of the
academic year in proportion to the TWO GIANTS OF THE GREAT Time. Daily service is also g
time spent and the grade received. LAKES tween Detroit and Cleveland,
Regular steamer service on the De- both points at 10:45 p. m., U. S.
STATISTICAL CLERKS TRAINED troit and Buffalo Division of the D. Time. ,.Rail tickets are hono
TO DO GOVERNMENT WORK 0 C. Lake Lines begins Monday, May transportation on all D. & C. s
,6th. The Two Giant Steamers of the
A new course is offered in the sum- Great Lakes-City of Detroit III and Trunks and travelling bags
mer session known as Mathematics City of Cleveland III-make daily trips purposes-Koch & Henne.-A
49, designed in part to train both men between these points, leaving Detroit
and women to qualify as statistical at 1:00 p. i., U. S. Central Time, and Suhscrihe for The Dat
clerks and supervisors in the govern- Buffalo at 6:00 p. no., U. S. Eastern News. Delivered for 75 cent
ment service. The civil service com-
mission is making repeated calls for
statistical clerks to fill vacancies in
the office of the chief of ordnance, war SESSIO N
department, and there are also many
places to be filled in the statistical de-
partments of the bureau of war risk
insuranoce, cotmmerce, food adminis- H A M IL T 0 N
tration, and elsewhere. Appointees HL
are expected to be able to make stat-
istical summaries of records, to pre-
pare graphical representations of such U-N ESS
graphic representations, and statistic-
al tables. C O L L E C
The principal object of this course
will be to give the student a Work-
ing knowledge of statistical methods.
It will include a discussion of plan- OFFERS BEGINNING AND ADVANCED
ning statistical investigations, gath- CLASSES IN
ering the data, and constructing the
schedules. Various graphical methods Gregg Shorthand
of representing the data will be stud-
ied, and, following the mathematicalTypew it
treatment, careful study will be giv-
en to the interpretation of results.
The course will be as non-technical as
is consistent with a thorough under-! AND ALLIED SUBJECTS.
standing of results on the part of the
student.
This course is one of the various PREPARE FOR
applied courses offered in Xhe de-
partment of mathematics and insur- Civil Service
ance. Students desiring to elect it
may consult the instructdr in charge, Business Position
Dr. Robbins, in room 405, Mason hall,
between 9 and 11 o'clock any day this Commercial Teachi
week.
Typewriters cleaned and repaired.
O. D. Morrill, 322 S. State St. (Over CALL TODAY STATE and WILLI
Baltimore Lunch.)-Adv. 3-tf

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