ftearnoon-2:o and 4:00
Eeig-:oo, 8:oo ad o:o00
PROGRAM FOR JULY -
Thurs-Fri - 4-5 -Jack Pickford in
"Huck and Tom." Also Holmesa
Travels and Comedy.
Sat 6-Ella Hall i "A Mother's
- Secet." Also Net and Coedy.
Sun-Mon-7-8 - James W. Gerard's
S"Myrour Years in Germany," in
= Tues-Wed-to--Ann Pennington in
"Sunshine Nan." Also "Eagle Eye,"C
Sun-Mon-14-15--William S. Hart in
"The Tiger Man." Also Sennett
Comedy, Kitchen Lady."
Afternoon-2:30 and 4:00
Evening-7:, 8:oeo and o:a
_ Poe-s-J _
PROGRAM FOR JULY
Thurs-Fri-45-J. Barney Sherry in
"Ilogh Strikes." Also Keystone
-Sat-6-Baby Marie Osborne in "A
-Daghter of the West." Also Week-
Su-Mon-8-Pauline Starke t a The
MnWho Woke Up." Alo Seal
No. 6, "Vengeance and the Woman."
Tues-9--Julian Eltige in "The
SClee Mt. Carfax." Also "Eagle
Eye," No. t8.
Wed-to-Pauline Frederick in "The
Hungry Heart." Also "Eagle Eye" -
No. a. 'Ty
SHOWS AT 3:O, 6:30, 8 00, 9:30
i5c Unless Otherwise Specified.
PROGRAM FOR JULY
Thurs-Fri-4-5-Clara Kimball Young
in Theeaee rWhy" ad Christie
Comedy, "All Desed Up" zoo.
Sat-6-Harry Morey and Florence
Deho i"The Golde Goal" ad
Mo--Br. ad Me. Side Deea
i nPay Day" and Flgg Comedy,
"The Matinee Girl."
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o __e n SUMMER STUDENTS!
Official student newspaper for the *
summer session of the University of Regular gymnasium cla saca BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU EAT DURING HOT WEATHER
Michigan. Issued Tuesday, Thursday, Monday, July 8.
and Saturday afternoons. Prof. G. E. Myers will lecture on
Advertising rates-Furnished upon ap- cthe "Educational Value of Moving offer you a great variety of vegetables, salads, pastry, as well as fres
pictures" at 5 o'clock this afternoon fish and meat. You select what you want, and do not pay for what yo
pheotlion to the bustness manager. in the Natural Science auditorium. dont like. Buy a Heal Ticket and Sate Money.
Office hours: Managing editor, 1:00 to Miss Mary R., McKee, physical di- d*ku l ea ae y
2:00 o'clock; business manager, 11 rector for women, will hold the fol- Nickels Arcade
to 12 o'clock, daily. lowing office hours: Tuesday, 2 to 4
o'clock; Wednesday, 10 to 12 o -clock;
Address, The Wolverine, Press Build- Friday, 10 to. 12 o'clock and 2 to 4
ing, Maynard St., Ann Arbor, Rich. o'clock; -Saturday, 11 to 12 o'clock.
Ressell Marnes-Managing E ditor This time will be devoted to arrang- SUMME R
Phone 2414 or 319. ing schedules for classes. SCHOOL and
Dean Myra B. Jordan will hold
Agnes L. Abele-Businsess Manager regular office hours from 10 to 12
Phone 960 or 1892 oclock every morning except Satur- STUDE NTS' SU PPLIES
Owing to the illness of Dewitt H.
Parker, philosophy 16 will be omitted U,1niversi
THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1918 this summer. Bo Oir
The National holiday this year serv- WHAT'S GOING __
ig as an observation post from which
to look back over recent history of
the country shows that the American July 4, 5 p. m.-Causes and Issues of
nation in the last year has experienc- the War. Prof. C. M. Van Tyne.
ed probably greater changes than in July 5, 5 p. m.Reception by the Pre-
any other period of the country, not sident for the students of the sum- -of the -
ven excepting Civil war times. Of mer session. Alumni Memorial hall.
course we are too close to the entire 8p. m.-Parental Care in Michigan
'iohes, Ilortd) rf . HM L O
problem to see things in their proper Rihas, (Illustrated). ProfdJ..E. i _
perspective, and only time will tell ,igar.
the full significance of what has been July 8, 5 p. n.--Psychology and the B U S I N E S S
occurring, but of one thing we can War. Prof. F. Shepard.
be convinced, and that is that the July 9, 5 p. m.-The Jew in English
changes have been momentious. That Literature as represented by Chris- C 1O L L E G 1
they are steps forward in our develop- topher Marlowe, William Shake-
ment we believe. What we are moving speare, anid Richard Cumberland,
toward is shrouded in the veil of the Rabbi Louis Wolsey, Cleveland, 0.
future, and the vistas are too clouded 8 in-Orthodontia and its Relation OFFERS BEGINNING AND ADVANCED
for intelligent observation. All we to Health (Illlistrated). Dr. M. T. CLASSES IN
for nteliget JWatson, Detroit, Michigan.
can do is bend to our task, use the
best judgment we possess, and trust to July 10, 5 p. m.-The Jew in Englio Gre Shorthand
the future to drove ourselves justified. Literature as represented by Walter
At this time next year we can look Scott and Charles Dickens. .Rabbi Typewriting
with more intelligence on events of Louis Wolsey, Cleveland, Ohio,
the national year just closing. EM THD R 1 N EL
EGMONT HILDNER, 117, AND HEL.
The battle front during a heavy bom- EN NIPPS, '18, TO MARRY TODAY AND ALLIED SUBJECTS
bardment is probably a small boy's
idea of an ideal Fourth celebration, as Helen Nipps, '18, and Egmont Hild-
far as noise is concerned. ner, '17, are to be married today at PREPARE FOR
Washington, D. C. The church wed-
The kaiser not only wants 45 bil- ding will be a simple one and a small Cvi Service
reception will be given afterwards at
lions cash, but also ships in which to tehetof the bie forrwntimat
carry it home. the home of the bride for intimateB siesP sto
friends and relatives. The bride and
The majority o American fireworks groom will make their home at An- Commercial Teachin
this year is being shot in France. napolis, where Ensign Hildner is a
duty officer. Niss Nipps is a member
BOYS AND GIRLS ARE INVITED of Gamma Phi Beta sorority and Mr.
Tn cTVW ATERVA RNV AT, Hildner is a Sigma Phi. CALL TODAY STATE and WILLIAM
Every boy and girl, big and little,
in Ann Arbor is invited by the Board
pf Education and Park Commission to
come to the Water Carnival to be held,
at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the
municipal bathing beach.
There will be races and various
other contests, and the large number
of prizes which have been donated by
the leading merchants of Ann Arbor
will make it possible to award three in
each event. There will be plenty of
room for spectators and all interested
in water sports are cordially invited.
Several special features including
fancy diving will be given.
EDUCATIONAL CLUB ORGANIZED
BY SUMMER SESSION )El:N
Thirty men who are taking work in
the educational department of the Un-
iversity met last night at the Michigan
Union and organized the Educational
club of the University of Michigan.
Prof. B. Edmonson was elected chair-
man for the summer session. It was
decided to hold meetings each Tues-
day night, and a committee composed
of Superintendent Fast of Albion, Sup-
erintendent Nutten of Plainwell, and
Superintendent Reeds of Plymouth,
was elected to arrange programs. An
invitation was also extended to all
men taking work in the University,
who are teacherg, to join the club.
D. B. Clandy was appointed to attend
Typewriters cleaned and repaired.
O. D. Morrill, 322 S. State St. (Over
Baltimore Lunch.)-Adv. 3-tf
va auaa i v a..i a a a
AT THE ARCADE I
Clara Kimball Young in "The Rea-
son Why," a romance of high society
by Elinor Glyn, will be featured
Thursday and Friday at the Arcade.
An interesting feature of the produc-
tion is the fact that Miss Glyn's sis-
ter, Lady Duff Gordon, designed nine-
teen beautiful gowns for Miss Young
to wear in the plgotoplay. They in-
clude evening, afternoon and morning
frocks, dinner and tea gowns, sport
clothes and all the other fineries and
accessories with which Milady adorns
"The Reason Why" is one of the
most popular of Elinor Glyn's novels,
and the gayest European society
forms a vivid background for the ac-
tion. The characters are tinged with
adventure and high romance.
TWO GIANTS OF THE GREAT
Regular steamer service, on the De-
troit and Buffalo Division of the D.:
& .C. Lake Lines begins Monday, May
6th. The Two Giant Steamers of the
Great Lakes-City of Detroit III and
City of Cleveland 1-make daily trips
between these points, leaving Detroit
at 5:00 p. m., U. S. Central Time, and
Buffalo at 6:00 p. m., U. S. Eastern
Time. Daily service is also given be-
tween Detroit and Cleveland, leaving
both points at 10:45 p. m., U. S. Central
Time. Rail tickets are honored for
transportation on all D. & C. steamers.
FOR SALE-1917 Ford runabout prac-
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Jay C. Taylor, 1520 Broadway. 3-St
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