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PAGE FOUR THE WOLVERINE
THE DETACHMENT NEW

S INKO GLEE CLUB SIGNS
FIFTEEN WARBLERS
JENI DYFATIJEII BIJHKE Fifteen membersrof the detachment
______tried out for the first practice of the
Committee Will Open Plaem Officially detachment glee club, which is being
About the Middle of . organized and conducted by Mr. Krieg-
Next Week er, Company C. The men displayed
a__great enthusiasm, despite the fact that
the first try-out had to be conducted
Low mass will be served by the Rev. without any written music. The men
Father M. T. Borke i the Knights of rendered songs with which they were
Columbus war tent at 7:30 o'clock to- familiar, and became acquainted with
morrow morning for the men of the the various movements of the baton.
second training detachment. During the practice the different
About the middle of next week the parts were grouped, and arranged.
committee In charge of the Knights of The arrangement, however, is not per-
Columbus tent activities plan to offi- manent, for a number of additional
cially open the tent. There will be a men will be given a chance to prove
program, which will consist of music thmusicusical talent at the next re-
and speaking. hearsal, which will be held Sunday af-
More than 125 couples attended the ternoon in arbour gymnasium. The
first dance given for the men of the next meeting will be the last oppor-
detachment under the auspices of the tunity for new men to sign up for the
K. C.'s in the St. Thomas hall last glee club.
Wednesday evening. There were From the material obtained at the
about 25 more girls than men, but the first rehearsal, Mr. Krieger expects to
guests enjoyed themselves until a halt form the nucleus of a first class glee
was called in order to permit the club. The men will be given written
soldiers to get to their barracks at 11 music to rehearse from Sunday after-
o'clock. noon, and additional progress is ex
Refreshments were served between nootd '
dances, and Private Cruse rendered peveral entertainments will prob-
a solo. The orchestra was the best in ably be given by the members of the
town. Officials in charge of the dance glee club, both to the members of the
pronounced it a success. Several detachment and to the general public,
more dances may be given by the before leaving the city.
Knights of Columbus before the pres- The members who reported for the
ent detachment leaves Ann Arbor. first rehearsal were: M. A. Murphy,
Practically every member of the de- Rhod, Caldwell, Cowan, William WV.
tachment who attended the dance was Davis, Kieppe, Apel, Weiss, Warnecke,
clad in his new uniform, and the ap- Kruse, Starburck, Herig, Hacker, C. T.
pearance of 100 odd men in khaki Johnson, and Crawford.
dancing caused comment from several
noted visitors. This is the first all
war dance that has thus far been giv- T ear Gasitis
en in Ann Arbor.
Strafe de Kaiser
* tt will enssure the prompt de Hush, little Liberty bond,
* livery of messages, mail, etc., if * Don't you cry-
* the men of the training detach- You'll get the kaiser
* ment who have families located Before you die.
*in Ann Arbor, will have them
* register at the HostessHouse. * Don't Crowd Boys!
* * * ** * * * * * * .** "He looked over the buildings for
the mechanics, and he is going to
erect another large tent for the Y. W.
ALL MAKES C. A. here."-Detachment News.
ALLEW AKES Ye Hon. Proof-reader must have
T YPEWRKITER ~ been fussing the night before.
FOR SALE
or RENT * * *O** * *,
o When you expect guests on a
Typewriting Done * certain day, it will save time ini
* locating you for them if you will *
HAMILTON BUSINESS * please leave information at the
COLLEGE * desk in the Hostess House as to
State and William Sts. *your whereabouts on that day.
Save the Pieces
Broken Eye Glass Lenses ground in our own shop, same day
TRY OUR SERVICE.' EYES EXAMINED
LET US SHOW YOU OUR
ARMY AND NAVY FRAMES
You Should Have One
Haller & Fuller State Streat Jewelers
Go to LYNDON'S 719 N. UNIVERSITY AVE.
Eastman Kodaks Eastman Films
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ENLARGEMENTS FROM YOUR NEGATIVES A SPECIALTY

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
ill1Asditsius LYNDON' S Universiy*Avene

CAMPHOLADIHO MEN
APPHE9IA1EIHEIR F0OD
Have Big Chicken Dinner on Sunday,
Says Letter Received from
Former Student
Members of the first training de-
tachment, which are now stationed at
Camp Holabird, Colgate, Maryland,
clam that they get better food than
they received while in Ann Arbor, ac-
cording to a letter received by the
officials of the detachment here.
"They are building a number of
shops of structural steel and concrete
for motor repair in which some of
our bunch are working on permanent
detail already," writes C. B. Hover.
"'Rveryone is working hard at one
thing an danother from K. P. t(kitch-
en police) to pick and shovel on the
railroad, but well satisfied.
"The food is fine-much better than
we had at Ann Arbor. Forinstance,
Sunday we had a big chicken dinner.
Several of our boys have signed up to
go overseas with outfits moving out
in a few days. For once in my life
I am lucky. Captain Glen Drake,
who is from Adrian, and went to
school with me, is here, and has
charge of all motor transportation,
and as we have 4,50 Otrucks here to
say nothing of light cars you can see
that he has some department. He is
building a railroad as a state issue.
I had a nice long interview with him
and he wanted me to come with
him.
"There is a boat house right across
the bay fro ous-some park. I am
acting sergeant in charge of barracks
for the time being. There are a mil-
lion opportunities here and inciden-
tally, lots of friendly young-well, fill
out the rest yourself.
"Our fellows really have made a
tremendous hit here All the officers
are after them. They never saw any-
one drill here or calesthentics 'till
we came."
EASY TO DISCOVER
BOOZE VIOLATORS
Lansing, July 5. - Any man com-
ing from Ohio into Monroe county
with a new suitcase or traveling bag
is carefully watched by members of
the state constabulary who board the
trains and interurbans looking for li-
quor.
Col. Roy C. Vandercook, whohhas
been in charge of the detachment
stationed near the Ohio line for the
past week, says it is comparatively
easy to detect the individual who is
attempting to bring liquor into the
state in violation of the state and fed-
eral laws, and thus far few mistakes
have been made.
A few days ago a constabulary ser-
geant boarded one of the electric
cars. Near the door he noticed a large
suit case. It was a cheap bag and
was brand new. He;arelessy pushed
it with his foot and the clink of glass
attracted his attention.
"Who owns this bag?" shouted the
state trooper.
No one answered, the man nearest
the, bag being apparently interested
in the daily paper.
The trooper repeated the query at
the same time tugging at the heavy
suit case. Still no answer.
"All right. It's confiscated," 'said
the trooper, as he opened the bag an
disclosed two dozen bottles of beer.
As the soldier started from the car
with the load of beer no one spoke,
but the man near the window who
had been reading the newspaper
sighed deeply as he watched the suit-

case disappear.
Chinese and American Dishes
OPEN ALL SUMMER
Try GEORGE'S CHOP SUEY
WAI KING LOO
314 S. State St. Phone 1244-3

NOT A HOLIDAY
FOR MUSIC BOXES
For the first time since the Univer-
sity of Michigan training detachment
Hostess house has been open both,
pianos and the Victrola were busily
engaged the entire day of the
Fourth.
A number of the men's friends,
the Hostess house. Entertainmennnn
wives, and parents visited the men at
the Hostess house. Entertainment
was provided by means of musical se-
lections. A larger number of the
men from the detachment were also
taking advantage of the spacious
quarters especially fitted out for
them.
HOSTESS HOUSE
ATTRACTS MANY,
During the past week there have,
been a large number of visitors at the
University of Michigan training de-
tachment Hostess House. The guests
who registered during the week were
as follows: -
Monday, July 2
Ernest Ruff, Monroe; Mrs. E. A.
Kuhn, Miss Mildred Kuhn, Mrs. M. E.
Kuhn, and Miss Myra Singleton, Greg-
ory; Mrs. H. G. Burnham, Ann Arbor;
Miss Anna Mott, Battle Creek; Miss
Emma Forest, Jackson; Carl E. Top-
ping and Miss Florence Topping,
Gregory; Louis J. Platt, Miss Mary
Platt, Miss Minnie McLeod, H. M.
Kirby, Miss fipple, and Mrs. A. J.
Gerwich, Detroit; Miss Mary E. Stang,
East Tawas; Paul C. Dancer, Dort-
bridge; Miss Ida Knudsen, Cadillac;
and Miss E. E. Johnston, Flint.
Wednesday, July 3
Miss F. Anderson, Muskegon; Mrs.
Wilson Elliott, Maxine Elliott, Lake
Odessa; Miss Evelyn Goders, Grand
Rapids; Miss Izola Albright, Grand
Haven; Miss Grace Dichtelmiller, Miss
Nellie Dichtelmiller, and Mrs. Mitch-
ell, Bay City; and Mr. and Mrs. George
Moorhead, Detroit.
Thursday, July 4
Mrs. George Fair, Lansing; Mrs. W.
L. Burken, Pittsburg, Pa.; Mrs. L. W.
Moore, Alma; Mrs. Maude Saxon,
Joseph Bradley, Miss Pearl Yates,
Mrs. M. A. Murphy, Miss E., Murphy,
Miss Helen M. Green, Miss Ruth L.
McClelland, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Keet-
ing, P. Drew, Herman Betnor, Miss
Hetty Bartoff, Miss Betty Gardner,

PHOCNAM9AlY.C.IA
MAKES 0l HIT WI[H ME1
Numerous Encores Prove Popularit
of Songs and Other Forms
of Entertainment
Company C night in the Y. M. C..
detachment tent last evening was or
of the best thus far given. The pr
gram was short, peppy, snappy, at
interesting. There were more the
500 in attendance, and the singers, f
well as the other men on the lis
were encored again and again. Cot:
pany B will be given a chance ne
Friday night, when they will put o
a program composed of company to
ent, while Company A will be billE
for the following week.
The entertainment was opened I
the singing of the "Star Spangle
Banner" by the entire audience. Co
poral Jack Caldwell sang two sol
while William Nyhoff also render'
a solo, together with a few reading
The program was as follows:
Opening Chorus, Star Spangls
Banner; Solo, "On the Road to Ma:
dalay," "Perfect Day," Corp. Jas
Caldwell; Readings and Solo, Willia
Nyhoff; Eccentric Comedian, Corp. E
Rhod; Cartoons, Vincent McDerni
Solo, "Sunshine of Your Smile," Cor
Ed. G. Kruse; Pianologue, E. Lest
Krege, and Saxophone solo, Prv
Boursma.
Bible class will be eld at 9:
o'clock tomorrow morning in Lai
Hall. At 3 o'clock tomorrow afte
noon the American Hawaiian 'r
will give a concert in the "Y" tent.
speaker, whose name will be announ
ed later, will talk at the religio
meeting at 8:30 o'clock Sunday nig
in the "Y" tent.
The motion picture machine w
tried out last Wednesday night wi
success, and the "Y" officials plan
have several reels in the tent tonigl
On the Fourth, a number of Ur
versity women from Newberry Rei
deuce, dressed in elaborate costume
put on a pantomime of "Lochinva
in the war tent. They were enthu
iastically received. Mrs. Carl Smi
rendered several piano selections.
Mimeographing and Typewritin
O. D. Morrill, 322 S. State St. (Oy
Baltimore Lunch.)-Adv. -

THE NEW CATALOGUE
of the
11111versity,,G f loigl
IS NOW READY
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HOMEOPATHY, DENTISTRY, GRADUATE, AND
THE SUMMER SESSION
Special Courses in Forestry, Newspaper Work, Land-
scape Design, Higher Commercial Education, including
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Course for those preparing for the scientific administra-
tion of departments of sanitation and public health.
For Copy of Catalogue, Special Announcement, or Individual
Information, address
The Dean of the School or College in which interested, or
SHIRLEY W. SMITH
Secretary University Ann Arbor, Michigan

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