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The Wolverine, 1918-07-16

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FOUR THE WOLVERINE
HE DETACHME NTNEW

DETICMENT BHAVES Tear Gasitis
WELI I ISPECIONWe Still Wunder
Twinkle, twinkle, little Czar,
Officer Commends Men; Declares He How we wonder where you are.
Will Rate Them High in Report Dead or buried-shuffled off
to Government Or still a healthy Romanoff?
FROM THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE.
The inspection held ,by Captain THE LATEST puzzle for war fiends
James H.. Buell, Saturday, was near- to solve is the solution of the von
ly 100 percent perfect, It was the Hindenburg riddle. Won't some Hun
offer 500,000 pfennings for him, dead
best inspection he ever witnessed or alive?
according to his own statements. ISN'T IT A gr-rand g-1-o-r-i-o-u-s
Immediately after inspecting the feeling to hear the money jingle in
members of the detachment at the your jeans today. The paymaster is-
regular Saturday inspection in the n't a bad sort of a fella awfter all.
barracks, he talked to the men in The Winding Trail
Waterman gymnasium informing There's a long, long trail a winding
them ,of .the exceptional high rating Into No-man's-land in France
he intended to give them. Where the schrapnel shells are burst-
This procedure is somewhat unusu- ing
al, for an,army inspector usually in- But we must advance.
spects the quarters, and sends in a de- There'll be lots of hikes and drilling
tailed report. Another feature of the Before our dreams, all come true
inspection was the fact that the en- But we're going to show the kaiser
tire time consumed. was less than 10 What the U. of M. boys can do.
hours. For a detachment, or. an army
division containing more than 700 With the Stars and Stripes before us
men, it usually takes from two to three We'll go over the top.
days to inspect. With your spirit there to guide us
Capt. James 1. Buellwas present at We will never stop.
a battalion inspection held on Ferr With a cheer we'll all charge onwaid,
field Saturday morning. Every rec- And with a cheer we'll break through.
ord of the detachment, the enfire num- Then, America, you'll know that
ber of barracks-in fact, each minute We are fight, fight, fighting for you.
detail was systematically inspected, NEW WAR PARODY
and but two small mistakes were not- LEAVE IT to the U. of M. boys to

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HOSTESS HOUSE HAS Provide J!luch NON-COMMISSIONED
MANY ISIJORS SUNDAY Enetan en1 OFFICERS_INS1RI
Five days of solid entertainment is
Roster Shows Decrease, However, booked for the men of the detachment School Started by Sergeant
(ompared with Number Last in the Y. M. C. A. war hut and the to Hell) Them Solve T
Week K. of C. tent. The Knights of Colum- Problems
bus will give their second entertain-
Visitors at the University of Mich- scent at 8 o'clock Thursday night. Classes for non-commissio
igan training detachment hostess The program will be as folfows: ficers of Company A were star
house were nearly as numerous dur- Tuesday - Entertainment by the night by Sergeant Christian E
ing the last week-end as the previous Masonic dge, "'y tent,-The purpose of the classes
weeks. The number registered on the Wednesday-Motion pictures, ' thresh out with the men pe
roster shows a slight decrease. tent. problems that are constantly
Among one of the novel features Thursday-K. of C. night; Frank J. ring. The men raise a questi
introduced by the Hostess house was McIntyre in a repertoire of fun; Gus- by means of illustrations th
the cookie jar. A three-gallon can of tave Ritz, whistling fantasy with the tion is reached.
cookies, and a large jar of lemonade birds in paradise; and the Jacobus This is the first time that
was placed in Barbour gymnasium symphony orchestra. No program in school has been organized by
several evenings ago. One of the men "Y" tent. the second training detachme
entered the gymnasium, took notice Friday-Stunt night by Co. A, "Y" ular periods are made for
of the cookies, and after being told tent. nights, when they meet and
that they were for the men, rushed Saturday - Motion pictures, "Y" military manoeuvers.
out for his friends. In less than three tent. Before the required period
minutes a whole regiment marched Sunday-7:15 o'clock, Mass in K. weeks is completed, Sergeant
double quick time through the Host- of C. tent; lecture by Dr. Thomas hopes to have a number of t
ess house for the cookie jar. Cookie G. Sykes, who has recently returned commissioned officers from
re-enforcements, together with, the from "Y" work in France, "Y" tent, nies B and C in the classes.
reserves, were put in force, and by evening.
the time taps sounded, every member More than 50 of the men received Insurance Totals Almost $'
of the detachment had a sample from invitations through the "Y" for Sun- Il
the cookie jar. Late reports indicate day dinners in Ann Arbor homes. Incomplete o compilations
that there was one cookie remaining, Prof. S. B. Laird, of Ypsilanti, spoke mr s k out
but that mysteriously disappeared on "Characteristics of Jesus," Sun- mens sn he detachment for
early the following morning. day evening in the "Y" tent. Mrs. ne shows a total of $6
The list of the Hostess house Carl Smith sang two solos. The officials believe that wl
guests is as follows: A stereopticon talk was given by be over the m700, mark
Don Palmer, Mount Pleaant; Mrs. Prof. E. R. Turner at the "Y" tent be over the $7,000,00 mark
Cecil Rhodes, and Floyd Boomer, last night on "What to See When We
Flint; L. J. Cartington, St. John; Mr. Get to England." After the lecture, taken out less than $10,000 w
and Mrs. L. Stanton and family, De- the men were given a waterselon war risk insurance. The c
troit; Elizabeth M. Daly, Pearl Arm- feed. amount taken so far is $2,000.
strong, and H. E. Marti, Flint; Mrs. Primate Sluns Iecoverl
Albert Johnson, Mount Pleasant; TAKE OUT LARGE Private Willi s T.cimons
Mrs. J. L. Carpenter, and Mrs. Harry Private William T. Simons,
B. Carpenter, St. Johns. INSURANCE SUM detachment, who was recently
Saturday, Jaly 13 . an automobile truck on North
Mr. and Mrs. George Barries and Company C still holds first place, sity avenue, was discharged f:
family, Newago; Mrs Ethel Brill, Company B, second, and Company A, hospital yesterday. He is rap
Lansing; Miss Lottie Thompson, third, for the best health. record for covering from his injuries.
Lowell; Mrs. Velma Sower, Len- the week ending last Saturday. The
wick; Miss Clara Sower, Belding; record for the entire detachment for Pictures Taken of Detaclss
Edward Thompson, Lowell; Edgar the week was .008 per cent. This is Pictures of the 711 men in th
Sower, Fernwick; Mrs. R. Moorland, a trifle higher than the previous ing detachment were taken at I
Detroit; and R. B. Cowin, Salt Lake week, but the record remains lower Saturday morning on Ferry fie
City, Utah. than the rate attained in the different is the first time that the men
Sunday, July 14 cantonments. Company C maintains this detachment have ever hs
Mrs. W. J. Olds; Mms. R. S. Swin- the lead by having but six men sick pictures taken in a group.
ton, Bonnie J. Willings, Miss K. Shel- for the entire seven days. At 1:30 o'clock Saturday the
baas, Miss Y. Meece, Blanche Hornik, also several pictures taken of'
Amanda Ricker, Dorothy Blasdale, Trunks and travelling bags for all during the inspection in WE
Mrs. E. M. Gocene, Mrs. E. Anderson, purposes-Koch & Henne.-Adv. gymnasium.

In addition this 100 percent inspec-
tion proves beyond'a doubt tq the of-
ficials in command, and to the men
themselves, that they are progressing
rapidly. No extra preparations were
made for the inspection, and this en-
hances the value of the statement sent
in by Captain Buell.
FOR SALE-Canoe, rent paid up to
next spring, $10, or rent for rest of
season, $5. Phone 2351-J.
L. C. Smith, Royal Underwood and
other high grade typewriters for sale
and rent. 0. R. Morrill, 322 South
State St. (Over Baltimore Lunch.)-
Adv . 34f
THE
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Bank
SOUTH MAIN STREET
CORNER HURON
STATE STREET OFFICE
330 SO. STATE STREET
A Good Strong Bank With Every Banking Need

teach the Teut that right is might.
Y.I.AC. A. Notes
Dr. Kalenberg, formerly ;physical
director at Camp ;Grant, Ill., now
physical secretary for the entire Cen-
tral department, which covers 17
states, was in camp Friday in con-
ference with Secretary Herman re-
garding the work here. He promises
a speeding up in the furnishing of
supplies and equipment.
The new tent has arrived, which
will increase the tent space from 40
by 60 feet, to 50 by 100 feet, and
thus give much better service, and ac-
commodations for the men.
Those who wish to sign up for
Sunday dinners should not wait until
the last minute. Try to sign up by
noon each Saturday.
HELP WANTED-MALE-Boys make
money selling specialties and nov-
elties during spare time. Write Na-
tional Specialty Company, 40 Sun
Building, Jackson, Michigan. 3-4t

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Arbor; Herman Prina, Holland; Ione
Darling, and Mrs. George Darling,
Grand Rapids; Mrs. Bert Andrews,
Maryland; Elizabeth Weber, Glovers-
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man, Monroe; Waiter Gallip, and Les-
ter Docking, Pinckney; Mr. 'and Mrs.
R. D. Cox, Lapeer; Mrs. Lloyd E.
Johnson. Mrs. M. P. Grolfoil, and
Miss Grace Wangus, Jackson; Verda
Ogline and Rosalyn Ogline, Pittsburg.
V Baker, Ypsilanti; Verna Lau-
rain, River Rouge; Mrs. E J. Gleason
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Scott, Alpena; Mrs. Frank Platt, Lan-
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