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PROGRAM FOR JULY
'SuhshhW@Has." Als "Eagle ye yZ
Sun-Mona-4-i5-William S. Hart in
'The Tiger Moo." Also Sennett
Coo~sdy, "Kitchen Lady,'
Tues-Wed-16-17-Henry B. Walthall
i "His Robe of Honor" is 7 Parts.
Thurs-Fri-8-19-Jack Pickford in
"His Majesty, Bsu e ean" Also
11oboes 'Travels ond Comsody
Sat-ao-Bryoos Woshbburnsi"Ta n
at A O yAo atte News and
Afternoon-2:o and 4:o
PROGRAM FOR JULY
Tues---Julian EHtinge in "The
Clover Mrs. Carfax." Also "Hagle
Eye," No. 18.
Wed-io-fPauline Frederick is "The
Hungry Heart." Also "Eagle Eye,"
Thurs-ri -i--2-Roy Stewart in
"'The Red-Haired Cupid." Also Key-
stoso Comsedy, "ILose Chas. Al- :
Sa--13-William Carroll in "Danger
Within." Also Noes and Comsedy.
Su-Mon--14-s5--Alma Rubens in
"Madame Syhinx." Sorial No. 7,w
"Vegeance ad theWosson."
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SHOWS AT 3:oo, 6:30, 8:oo, 9:30
=sc Unless Otherwise Specified.
PROGRAM FOR JULY
Tues-9-Sir Johnston Forbes-Robert-
son in "Masks and Faces" and Pathe
a Man Sees Red." (Ret.) and Screen
Tba:s-ri-rr-oo-Mae Marsh in "All
Woman" and Christie Comedy, "A
Locky Slop." sos..
Cbe L olverine
Official student newspaper for the
summer session of the University of
Michigan. Issued Tuesday, Thursday,
and Saturday afternoons.
Advertising rates-Furnished upon ap-
plication to the business manager.
Office hours: Managing editor, 1:00 to
2:00 o'clock; business manager, 11
to 12 o'clock, daily.
Address, The Wolverine, Press Build-
ing, Maynard St., Ann Arbor, Mich.
Russell Barnes-:sanaging Editor
Phone 2414 or 319
Agns. E. A 4ele--Busseoo Manager
Phone 960 or 1892
TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1918
There are few students on the cam-
pus who do not waste the greater
part of their waking hours. These
hours could be spent just as pleasant-
ly and more advantageously if the
student would devote a little thinking
as to how he could better use his time
and take advantage of the opportun-
ities for culture offered by the Uni-
versity. Too 'few students on the cam-
pus seem to realize the advantages
offered by the University course of lec-
tures and entertainments being con-
ducted in Natural Science auditorium,
numbers on which are presented near-
ly every day.
At home students would pay a good
sum for the privilege of attending a
Chautauqua program of probably sev-
en days duration, and whose headlin-
ers offered no better material than
WHAT'S GOING ON
July 9, 5 p. m.-Rabbi Eli Mayer.
8 p. m.-Orthodontia and its Relation
to Health (Illustrated). Dr. M. T.
- Watson, Detroit, Michigan.
July 10, 5 p. m.-Rabbi Eli Mayer.
8 p. m.-Concert. Faculty of the Uni-
versity School' of Music. (Hill at-
July 11, 5 p. m.-Rabbi Eli Mayer.
8 p. m.-Educational motion pictures.
July 12, 4 p. m.-Shakespeare's "As
You Like It,"
8 p. m.-Shakespeare's "Romeo andl
Juliet," Elsie Herndon Kearns and
her company., Admission will be
charged. (Campus theater.)
July 13, 4 p. m.--Ibsen's "The Master-
8 p. m.-Shakespeare's "The Tempest."
Elsie Herdon Kearns and her com-
pany. Admission will be charged.
Y. 1f I.. A. GIVES THREE SOLID
DAYS OF ENTERTAINMENT
Three solid days of entertainment
were provided for the detachment dur-
fig the week end by the Y. M. C. A.
The different programs were as fol-
Saturday night--Concert, string in-
strument trio, Fred Motley, leader.
Sunday-Bible class, Lane hall, 9:30
o'clock; go-to-church groups went to
various churches, 10:15 o'clock; Am-
erican-Hawaiian trio of Detroit,. con-
cert, 3:30 o'clock; evening services,
8:45 o'clock; Miss Ruth Juliffe, so-
prano; Miss Hood, accompanist; Rev.
D. Arthur Savary of the North Wood-
ward avenue Congregational church,
Detroit, talked on "The Vital Thing
Germany Lacks and America Up-
Monday-Stereopticon talk on "Vis-
its to the Battle Fields of Caesar in
France," by Prof. Albert R. Critenden,
About 50 soldier boys were invited
out to dinner Sunday by private fam-
ilies. This is one of the really worth
while things as it brings the young
loon intol the right sort of environ-
ment. Any who are willing to enter-
tain the boys, phone Army Y. M. C. A.,
1496-W, or the University Y. M. C. A.
W ahr's BSa
.LAOATO SU P P U I E S1.
StudentToilet Articles -- Sundries
THE EBERBACH & SON CO.
200-204 E. LIBERTY ST.
Sir Johnston Forbes-Robertson
Everybody who knows anything about
THE BEST IN COMEDY-DRAMAS
knows about SIR JOHNSTON FORBES-ROBERTSON
and Charles Reade's Story of "PEG WOFFINGTON"
This wonderful play entitled
"MASKS AND FACES"
has been produced in Photoplay Form with SIR JOHNS
TON FORBES-ROBERTSON in the leading role, and
a strong supporting cast. This feature insures a delightful en-
Today Only-July 9
The Arcade Theatre
that proffered by the men appearing
here almost daily. Also they would
Courteous and satisfactory
'REATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Dapita and Surplus, $550,000.0
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron.
707 North University Ave.
Qpen ALL Summer
338 Sd. STATE ST.
DETROIT UNITED LINES
-een Detroit, Ann Arbor & Jackson
troit Limited and Express Cars-Leave
Arbor, 7:25 a. in., 8:so a. m., and hourly
soa p. a.
:kson Express Cars (local stops west of
Arbor)-$:48 a. i. and every two hours
48 p. M.
,cal Cars.East Bond-5:35 a, m., 6:40
1., 7:oa, a.m., andl esery twooubest to
p. m., 1o:so:p. m. To Ypsilanti only,
p. m., 9:50 p. m., t1:50P . a., 12:20
n o :1o a. in. To Saline change at
cal Cars West Bound-6:oo a. m., 7:23
a r p. M.
Plain Chop Suey
dice -- One Pot Tea
Open during Summer
)uang Tang Lo
613 E. Liberty St.
Chinese and American Dishes
OPEN ALL SUMMIR
Try GEORGE'S CHOP SUEY
WAT KING LOO
4 S. State St. Phone 1244-M
sit during the program in a hot, stuffy
tent, with a multitude of shouting
children playing around its borders.
In comparison the University course
is- conducted in a cool auditorium,
especially constructed for lecturing,
under the most favorable circum-
stances. Also the lectures and enter-
tainments are free.
The regular lecture hour from 5 to
6 o'clock in the afternoon, is one which
the majority of students waste. There
are few on the campus but who could
spend it in a beneficial inspiring lec-
ture without interferring in the
slightest with their present program.
For the benefit of the campus The
Wolverine prints in each issue a pro-
gram for approximately a week ahead.
Get the habit of looking over this pro-
gram, and picking out the lectures or
entertainments in which you have
special interest. Attend as many as
These are bad days for the thin-
ning ranks of the laws. The statue of
a female lawyer now gazes out over
the campus from a vantage place on
the front of Martha Cook dormitory,
and down the campus walks stalk
engineers with mathematical books
hidden in green bags. Shades of
-lackstone and Coke!
Many beautiful women have come to
Ann Arbor in the past to dance at our
J-Hops, but our fellow students, the
mechanics, also import some that need
not be ashamed in any compnay.
"Why should the spirit of mortal be
proud,' when ones manly form isn't
encosed in khaki.
IMIPIENSE SUM OF INSURANCE
TAKEN OUT BY DETACHMENT
Six million, seven hundred and
thirty-four thousand dollars of war
risk insaurance has been taken out by
members of the second training de-
tachment, up to the evening of July
8. Practically every man in the de-
tachment has signed up for $10,000,
and officials in charge of the tabula-
tions expect the final total to be
more than $7,000,000.
This record is somewhat higher
than the one of thefirst detachment,
when all but 12 men took out $10,000
worth of insurance each.
UNIVERSITY WOMEN STUDY
ORTHOPEDIC RECONSTRUCTION estemn Heserve Mars Aliens
Western Reserve university has es-
The seven weeks' course in ortho- tablished a precedent by barring all R
pedic reconstruction that is being aliens from attendance who claim ex- Detr
given at the Normal Physical Train- emption on the ground of non-citizen- Stea
ing School at Battle Creek fits women ship. Detr
for work in hospitals for convales- -m
cents in this country and abroad, LEASED LIVES. A Baccalaureate and
where the graduates are placed on address delivered recently at the leav
completing the course. The school University of Indiana by Lloyd C. is
at Battle Creek is only one of many Douglas has been produced in a Clev
which are established all over the brochure. On sale at the bookstores Stat
country. A number of women have at 25c. poin
come from towns throughout the ' tins
saeespecially Hay City. Among the Fou
vstatersi wlleBawhiyhA one Typewriters cleaned and repaired. Tols
University women who have gone 0.BTorl,325 tt t Oe ola
are: Marion Holden, '18; Ruth Mc- O. D. Morrill, 322 S. State St. (Over Isla
Laughlin, 18, and Dorothy Inglis, as- Baltimore Lunch.)-Adv. 3-tf Lin
sistant in the Zoological department. are.
Katherine Harrington, '18, is doing Trunks and travelling bags for all
civilian relief work in Detroit. purposes-Koch & Henne.-Adv.
A Ten-Minute Lesson in Gregg Shorthand
TWO GIANTS OF THE
egular steamer service betwe
xoit and Buffalo. The two Gis
amers of the Great Lakes-City
roit III and City of Cleveland
ake daily trips between Buffs
Detroit, leaving Detroit at 5 p.
ing Buffalo 6 p. m. Daily sere
also given between Detroit a
eland. The steamers Easts
tes and Western States leave be
its at 10:45 p. m.,,arriving at d+
tion early the following mornii
r trips weekly are made betwe
edo, Detroit, Alpena, Mackir
nd and St. Ignace over the Co
e to Mackinac. Railroad tick
honored on all D. & C. steamers
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