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""""""""""""'"""'"""""""" « Cb e W olve rine
Wuerth Theater
Official student newspaper for the
Ateengss: 3o and 4:00 summer session of the University of
Evenig-7ts, :ss andd 'ns
Phae-z6o-J E Michigan. Issued Tuesday, Thursday
PROGRAM FOR JULY and Saturday afternoons.
Sa 3--Ireneastlathe sCrsad Advertising rates-Furnished upon ap-
yser. 4plication to the business manager
SanMn-,s-r-Williasm S. liars is
hedy, iKitban Lady oSenntt Office hours: Managing editor, 1:00 tc
Tues Wed-16-17-Henry B. Walthall 2:00 o'clock; business manager, 11
'. in His Robe of Honori n 7 Parts. to 12 o'clock, daily
Thurs-Fri-r8-9-Jack Pickford in
"His Majesty, Bunker Bean." Also
Holmes Traveej and Comedy. Address, The Wolverine, Press Build-
Sat--o-Bryant Washburn a "Twen-
ty-One." Also Pathe News and -p ing, Maynard St., Ann Arbor, Mich
Comedy._
Russell Barnes-Jlanaging E ditor
Phone 2414 or 319
OrpheumTheater Agnes L. Aele-Business Manager
_ Phone 960 or 1892
Afternoon-a:30 and 4:0
Evening-7:oo, 8:0 and 10:00
Phone--16o-J =
PROGRAM FOR JULY
-g Sat-,3-William Carroll in "Danger
Wihan." Also News ad Cedy. SATURDAY, JULY 13, 118
Sun-o 14s-Almaerabes in
"adame Shix." Serial No. ,s
T'en gSessand ayakaw a i"The ACQUIRE SELF ASSURANCE
Secret Game." Also News and Com-
edy.7What does one gain at college? The
Wed-x-Jack Pikord is "Jak ad qusto -isfreuel akdadth
Jill." Also News and Comedy. question is requeny ase, an tr
u i-Fri-O--Belle BesoKet sit answers are varied because of th
"TheLas Ree." Also Keystoe
Comedy, "Mr. Miller Muddles." many advantages resulting from a
Sat 2o--Mary Miles Minterins "So- college course. Aside from the pro
ciBriars." Also News ad Co-
edy. fessional training received, one bne
7h1IlII1lI1IIIIaIIIIlI;IIII1IIIIIIllligEi fit looms large- the acquisition o
self-assurance. By self-assurance we
do not mean the obnoxious egotism
AC . which sometimes makes itself man-
ifest, but we mean the confidence
founded on an honest faith in one's
SHOWS AT are, Sto, 8ta0,9:3 ability, and born of thorough prepa-
5c Unless Othe-se Specified- ration for one's task. The college of-
PROGRAM FOR JULY fers a place for the fostering of this
SaW-x3- i-NellS iman and Kead quality, so that we may meet the
ad Drew Comedy, "A Case of varying conditions of the outside
Eugon ars.a w world without hesitation.
Ms-nV-Harold Lokood is "Led
Me Your Name" and Flagg Comedy, Many students enter college with-
"The Artist Model." . out faith in themselves or their abil-
Tues-r6-Ethel Clayton in The
Journey's End" and Pathe News. ities. Though the responsibility lies
largely with the individual, the col-
lege must endeavor to see they do no
leave in the same condition. In the
Courteous and satisfactory classroom where recitation and dis-
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large cussion is largely voluntary, many
or small., students fail to give any contributior
to the thought, because they do no
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank have sufficient confidence in their
Incorporated 1869 knowledge and views. On the basis
Capital and Surplus, $550,000.00 of an honest study of the subject
Resources .........$4,000,000.00 however, a student should be willing
to express himself. The results o
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron. having expressed himself a few times
707 North University Ave. are cumulative, and soon it no longer
requires an effort. The student has
then attained some degree of self-aso
surance.
Open ALL Summer In the social life offered by a col-
lege a student meets people of every
S type. With the confidence born of
E thi experience he ecmes a judge
of human values, and is able to pass
Lunch Room keen judgments on character.
In short, the college aims to train
LUNCHES, SODAS a man to have confidence in himself
AND TOBACCO and to fail to acquire self-assurance
is to fail to receive one of the lasting
338 SO. STATE ST. benefits of a college education. -
Minnesota Daily.
DETROIT UNITED LINES In the Churches
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor & Jackson Us d
- Union patrotrc servce under the
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-Leave direction of Federation Churches of
Ann Arbor, 7:25 a. m.,8:ro a. m., and hourly
to 8:10o p. m. Ann Arbor on the campus. The Con-
Jackson Express Cars (local stops west of
Ann Arbor)-8:48 a. m. and every two hours gregational church is responsible for
to 8:48 pCae at Bsund-5:35 a. at., 6:4 the meeting. In the open air theater
a. m. 7:os a, m., and every two hours to 7:30 Sunday (tomorrow). Chorus will
-~os p.at, torso p. am. To Ypsilanti only,
8:05 p. m., 9:5o p. m., 1 :5o p. m. 2:o sing patriotic songs and solos will bh
a. t., :o a. m. To Saline change at rendered by James Hamilton and Rob-
Ypilaati.
Local Cas West Bound-6:os a. er, 7:3 eel Dieterle. Mr. Douglas will lead

a. m., i i:2o p. m' some war verse by John Oxenhan and
Rupert Brooke.
Plain Chop Suey Congregational church, 10:30 o'clock
Rice -.:- One Pot Tea -Mr. Douglas will preach the second
R 5e-: ENTS tT sermon in the series on "Adventures
35 CENTS in Altruism." The specific topic for
Open during Summer the day will be "Chinese" Gordon.
School
Quang Tang Unitarianchurch, 10:30 o'clock-
g Dr. J. G. Sunderland, of New York,
613 E. Liberty St. will give a sermon on "Hints and
Phone 948-R Foregleams of Immortality."
St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran
church, 10:30 o'clock-Sermon by the
Chinese and AmerRan Dishes Rev. H. A. Brauer on the subject, "Eli-
OPEN ALL SU L E Y oejah the Prophet Meets Obadiahdthe
Ty GOG' RPSE Governor of the Household of Adah."
WAI KING LOO I Kings 18, 1-16. Evening service
114 S. State St. Phone 1244- omitted.

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WHAT'S GOINGONf
July 13, 4 p. m.-Ibsen's "The Master-
Builder,"
8 p. m.-Shakespeare's "The Tempest."
Elsie Herdon Kearns and her com-
pany. Admission will be charged.
(Compus theoter.)
July 15, 5 p. m.-The Origin of Man
(Illustrated). Prof. E. C. Case.
7:30 p. m.-Visitors' Night at the Ob-
servatory. Admission by ticket
only.
July 16, 5 p. m.-The Social Outlook
After the War. Mr. A. E. Wood.
7:30 p. m.-Visitors' Night at the Ob-
servatory. Admission by ticket
only.
8 p. m.-Personal Health a National
Habit. Dr. W. E. Forsythe.
TO HOLD COMBINED VESPER
SERVICE TOMORROW EVENING
The Y. W. C. A. and the Y. M. C. A.
will co-operate with the Congrega-
tional church and hold a combined
vesper service at 7:30 o'clock Sun-
day, July 14, in the campus theater.
An extensive program has been plan-
ned. A large chorus will lead the mu-
sic, and vocal selections will be giv-
en by Miss Louise Gould, '18; Mr.
Robert Dieterle, '18, and Mr. James
Hamilton. Mr. Douglas will read war
verse by Oxenham and Rupert
Brooke. The public is cordially invit-
ed to attend this second union meet-
ing.
AT THE ARCADE
"Baree, Son of Kazan," by James
Oliver Curwood and starring Nell Ship-
man, is the offering at the Arcade
theater for today. Curwood's stories
are known to everyone and Miss Ship-
man is remembered for her sincere
performance in "God's Country and the
Woman."
"Baree, Son of Kazan," is a vaca-
tion picture of tents and canoes, a pic-
ture of the big woods, isle-dotted
lakes and rushing waters, a cool, in-
vigorating breath from the North-
land, a will romance wherein might
stirs and love conquers. Baree, him-
self, is a most wonderful dog, and will
endear himself to the hearts of all
aho see him.
James Barret Is Gassed
James M. Barret, 'L19, now in
'France, was gased on May 25, and
had to be sent to a Paris hospital for
recuperation. He has recovered.
Dancing at the Armory every Sat-
urday from 9 to 12. Fischer's or-
chestra.
Dance at the Packard Academy
next Saturday evening, July 13. Ike
Fischer's orchestra. Dancing 9 to 12.

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