Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue


Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

July 02, 1918 - Image 3

Resource type:
The Wolverine, 1918-07-02

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.



hip already Exceeds That of
Year; .tore Signers Are
undred new members have
ured by the Women's league
alt of the campaign instituted
ummer school women last
. This number already ex-
ae membership of last year,
believed that when the char-
the organization becomes bet-
en by summer students, that
arger increase may be ex-


Saving Wheat and Sowing Seed
Will Put an End to Teuton Greed
Beans, and peas, and garden sass, June peas trained against the fence
They tell the boche he shall not pass. Make Wilhelm look like 30 cents.
-Baltimore Sun. -R. G. B,
Corn, and cabbage, lowly spud, Spinach, beets, and cauliflower
A tip to Bill his name is mud. Put an end to kultur's power.
-C. C. B. in The Detroit News. -R. L. B.


Eating grits and baked cornmeal
Makes the gang at Potsdam squeal.

Wheatless bread and cornmeal mush
Tell the kaiser sternly, "Tush."
-L. G

A Cheering, Bracing
Non-Intoxicating Beverage
Every normal person craves a drink that not only quenches the thirst but
is vitalized by food elements. They long for something that will brace them
up-cheer, invigorate and strengthen them-+something that has in it the
properties that make for health, increased vim and new vitality.
Here is a new drink-non-intoxicating, but rich in the strengthening,
energizing, tonic elements that give health and strength.
is a beverage of mild, delicious flavor which exactly suits the taste of the beer
drinker-and of everybody else.
It is snappy, piquant, sparkling and satisfying.
And it is excellent for the appetite and digestion-an efficient and agree-
. able tonic for the weak, nervous, sleepless and debilitated.
It never loses its sparkle and its character, no matter how long it is kept,
and it always satisfies.
Order a case today; you'll be delighted with it, and the more you drink
the better.
Excelo Beverage Co.,
Detroit, Mich.
. Trade supplied by NATE HORNING, Phone 1778-M, 208 S. 4th Ave.

Sending grub across the brink Bend your back and hoe the row
Puts the kaiser on the blink. To send the kaised down below.
- M. G. M. -S. O. S.

Women's league is but an in- Corn and beans and a nice ripe carrot
part of a lorger and more com- Will start things movin' in the kaiser's
part of a larger and more con- garret. .-M. K. E.
st conference of Women's Self
ing organizations which exists Beans, and corn, and early peas
mote the social betterment of Bring the kaiser to his knees. I
women. At Michigan the -D. E. P.I
has been directly responsible
e women's athletic field, the tIfto all funds you freely give,
>ries, the ! organization of Old Bill will not have long to live.
houses, for women, and the -E. A. S.

Sweat and dirt and blistered hands
Will tie the kaiser tight in bands.
-F. O. B
Lettuce, onions, green peas, too,
Will show old kaiser Bill he's through
-B. V. D
Save wheat and cease to grumble,
The kaiser's job will soon be humble
-P. D. Q

ional conference held here each
g"I f1l ing but little to do with chemistry.
smer school women will be giv- JrS bI RIIVN TILKS He may find himself in a process
Lother opportunity to join today which would scarcely be called a
en 10 and 10 o'clock at a table chemical process-as, for instance, a
e registrar's office. A series of U U IIU ILUUUIIU metallographic specialist in an auto-
s and a summer vocational con- mobile plant; or in a strictly chemi-
ce are being planned for the near CHEMICAL, ENGINEERING AND ITS cal process-as in an acid or dye
e. The work is in charge of POSSIBILITIES BY PROF. plant; or in a process which might be
hy Roehm, with Verna at as W. L. BADGER thought a chemical process but which
ary and treasurer. really asks of him only mechanical
(By Prof. W. L. Badger) engineering abilities in a plant mak-
SE IN FOOD AND FOOD In explaining what is ing ordinary table salt. So the
VALUES TO BE' REPEATED) the scope of the profession of chemi- field is unusually varied and offers
something to men of all kinds of
course in foods and food values cal engineering, it is scarcely neces- tastes, from pure research to pure
last semester will be repeat- sary to differentiate it from other plant operation.
tring the summer session. The branches of engineering. It is not Qualifications Not Definite
ive value of the prineple articles always clear, ho'wever, as to the dif- Because of the wide range of work
>d of especial importance during ference between the chemical engi- open to a chemical engineer, the
war will be considered. This neer and the chemist. The difference necessary qualifications are less defi-
e is a series of lectures given is mainly, tho not necessarily, the dif- nite than in some, other lines. To be
times a week for the first four ference between laboratory and plant. a good chemical engineer requires a
s of the session and credit for The chemist makes analyses and man of very flexible and open mind,
tour will be given. The course tests, or carries out research on a for he must be both scientist and
be elected by women students small scale. The chemical engineer technologist-both a chemist and, nt
dition to the regular eight hours takes the results of the tests and in- engineer. Mathematical ability is not
trk. terprets them in terms of plant oper- so necessary as in some other lines.
f ration; or he takes the laboratory re- as most of our processes are still too
>scribe for The Detachment search and devises the large-scale little undertood to permit us to re-
Delivtred for 75 cents.-Adv. process to correspond. The responsi- duce them to mathematical form. A
bility of the chemical engineer is man must be fond ot getting out in
greater, his field is wider, his possible the works and helping to keep things
ALL MAKES accomplishments more far-reaching, going-more than in any other line of
and the demands of his professione engineering
[YPEW RITERS more exacting. He must have enough calls for a man who will get into his
FOR SALE chemistry to make him a good chem- working clothes and -get dirty. He
ist on his own responsibility, and must be possessed of a logical mind;
or R Tenough engineering to enable him In as all our processes are still in their
Typewriting Done design and operate large-scale re- infancy, and a man who can see only
esses. what has already been reduced to
AMILTON BUSINESS Chemical Engineering Wide Field order is of little use. We ned the
COLLEGE The chemical engineer may find men who can catch an insignificant
State and William Sts. himself in purely laboratory work; variation and reason from it to
or he may find himself in work hav- changes in the process. We need men

Eastman Kodaks Eastman Films
I have led while others followed in amateur finishing for twelve
years. Now we are still leading. We guarantee perfect results
or no charge. We give you "Peace Time Results" as we have
a plenty of Metol (which we could sell at $50.00 per lb.) and
we venture to say that no other firm is using Metol for finishing.
If you want the best results you will bring your films here
Two Doors from L a T ' N D OTN'VS .North
Hill Auditoriumal L . Unversity Avenue


Toilet Articles -- Sundries
200-204 E. LIBERTY ST.
The D&0C5 easbeiptLinewitsiaiyservice frmsetrit to Cleeland, and,
Detro it o faloi as di rdsa svori t eroteIsortravelab e ss tos pritci e rena t
Lake points. The two"Giant tSteamerso the Lakes"-CityofDetro i IIt and city

who can design apparatus to do .va-
ried and difficult things, such as car-
rying out a reaction at high press-
ures where the apparatus must be
complicated, or handling corrosive
products when there seems to be no
suitable material to resist their ac-
Opportunities Endless
The opportunities are endless. Dur-
tog the war there are many prats
open in the manufacture of chemicals
and explosives, or in the inspection of
munitions. But we must also look
to the time after the war, when most
of us think, the chemical engineer
will really come into his own. Beside
the manufacture of products consid-
ered stiretly chemical, every process
working metal can use a metallogra-
pher. And for other fields, there are
the manufacture of sugar, leather, pa-
per, dyes, rubber, paints, gas, food
products, fertilizer, -cement, ceramic
products, glass, oils, textiles, soap,
and many more. As to the rewards,
a good man will be successful in any
line; but owing to the wide variety of
opportunities there are perhaps more
chances in chemical engineering for
a man to find his own particular job,
where he can be contented and give
his best to the work. And that .s a
better indication of success than a
large salary.

L. C. Smith, Royal Underwood and 1
other high grade typewriters for sale
,an6 rent. O. R. Morrill, 322 South A large assort-
State St. (Over Baltimore Lunch.)-
Adv. 3-tf ment of
VARIETY is the spice of life. The SECOND-
Arcade Cafeteria serves a great var- IHAND
liety of fruits and vegetables fresh
from their own farn each day.-Adv. BOOKS
FOR SALE-1917 Ford runabout prac- BUY EARLY
eically new. Electric starter and
lights, speedometer, yale lock, etc.
Jay C. Taylor, 1520 Broadway. 3-3t
Sheehan & Co.
WANTED-Barber to work evenings CW Gh Prop.
and Saturdays. Student preferred. C. W. Graham, rp
Arcade Barber Shop. 3-It
When in need of anything in
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry,
Optical Goods, Fountain Pens,
Silverware. Silver and Gold
Novelties, Military Watches,
Service Pins, Army Jewelry
We maintain a complete optical department and give rapid
service in replacing lenses. Lenses ground in our own shop.

nord faor trnsaortatio no n s&. C rLinSarinie rco
it to rosts you via D. &C.Line,maaingconnecttonsitht raiilizes
MP For illustrated pamphlet and Great Lates Map. Addiess, L. G.
etroit, Michigan.
Phiips M. McMillan Pres.
A. A. Shantz. Vise-Ores.fI Grn'lL.aMgr.

Back to Top

© 2023 Regents of the University of Michigan