Zhe olve~nelWHAT'S GOING ON
Official student newspaper for the
sunamer session of the University of July 22, 5 p. m.--Heredity and the
Michigan. Issued Tuesday, Thursday, Food Supply (Illustrated). Prof. A.
and Saturday afternoons. H. Shull.
July 23, 5 p. m.-Practical Arithmetic.
Advertising rates-Furnished upon ap- Prof. C. L. Karpinski.
plication to the business manager. 8 p. m.-The City Milk Supply (Il-
Office hours: Managing editor, 1:00 to lustrated). Dr. U. G. Rickert.
2:00 o'clock; business manager, 11 July 24, 5 p. m.-The War and Econ-
to 12 o'clock, daily. omic Reconstruction. Prof. 1. L.
Address, The Wolverine, Press Build- Sarfman.
ing, Maynard St., Ann Arbor, Mich..8 p. m.-Concert. Faculty of the Uni-
versity School of Music, .(Hill au-
Russell Barnes-hanaging Editor ditorium.)
Phone 2414 or 319 July 25, 5 p. m.-Physics and the War
Agnes L. Abele-Business Manager (Illustrated). Prof. H. M. Randall.
Phone 960 or 1892 8p. m.-Patriotic motion pictures.
Editorial July 26, 5 p. m.-The Polish Ques-
tion and the War (illustrated). Prof.
Tames C. J. Martin........ 1 S. J. Zowski.
. ..Detachment Editor 8 p. m.-The Belcher Islands: Their
Louise A. Irish ......Women's Editor Discovery and Exploration (Illus-
Paul A. Shinkman ........ Dramatics trated). Mr. R. J. Flaherty.
Jordelle Kemper ..............Music July 29, 5 p. m.-A Trip Through
Reporters Historic Paris (Illustrated). Prof.
r h eprtr Bra E. R. Turner.
Mary Rhodes Naomi Bradley8 p. m.-Recital, The Class in Shake-
T. A. Gleason Herbert Hobart spearean Reading. (University
.Jeanette Kiekenveldt July 30, 5 p. m.-Secondary Educa-
Business tion and the War. Prof. C. O Dav-
William Wachs ............Assistant as.
8 p. m.-The Laws of Evolution Ap-
plied to Human Conduct. Prof. F.
s' C. Newcombe.
July 31, 5 p. m.--Habit and Innovation.
SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1918 Assist. Prof. J. R. Brumm.
8 p. m.-Concert. Faculty of the Uni-
PROTECT THE CAMPUS versity School of Music. (Hill au-
It is a too common sight to see ditorium.)
tudents cutting,eacross thelawns of
,he campus to get from one building j7h ~l
o another. Such a practice is to be , h C c
ondemned. The beauty of any cam-
us is dependant upon the condition Dr. T. Sykes, of Detroit, will be the
)f the lawns, and paths across an speaker at the Union mass meeting
xpanse which was designed to be to be held at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow
reen and velvety, can not help but night on the campus. The "Y" tent
oar the effect. will co-operate with the churches and
Not only is it injurious to the ap- the Rev. F. P. Arthur, of the Church
earance of the campus at the pr of Christ, will be the chairman. Rob-
ent time, but permanent paths will ert Dieterle, '21M, wil sing.
'esult, if the practice is continued.
Ye have a beautification committee First Baptist church: 9:30 o'clock,
hat has striven for a number of years Sunday school; 10:30 o'clock, morn-
o make the University and its campus ing service with sermon by the Rev.
s attractive as possible. You owe it J. M. Wells on the subject, "Jesus
o the University, in which you are a Christ, Our Light." The church bul-
tudent, to do nothing which will letin will be dedicated to the men
sake the task of this committee from the 'church who are in military
sore difficult. Stay on the walks. service and a part of the time will be
given in thought and prayer for them.
L. C. Smith, Royal Underwood and
ther high grade typewriters for sale Unitarian church: Sermon at 10:30
nd rent. O. R. Morrill, 322 South o'clock by the Rev. J. T. Sunderlund
tate St. (Over Baltimore Lunch.)- of New York, on the subject, "A Re'
dv. 3-tf ligion for Men and Free Nations.'
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Young men between the ages of 18 and 21-this should appeal to you.
Parents of these young men below draft age-this is an offering you
TO MEN BETWEEN 18 AND 21 TO THE PARENTS OF
The Navy offers you a general education, THESE MEN
a military education, physical training, voca- The Navy conducts one of the greatest
tional training, world travel, and many other schools in the world. It affords opportunity
valuable inducements. for all sorts of training, character building,
The Navy offers you a chance to serve and all-around development.
whileyThe Navy will build up your boy, phys-
your countrywie you are learning things .clyadmnal.I ilgv i icp
that will be of benefit to you in coming years, ically and mentally. It wll give him discip-
when you are no longer in the service, line of the most helpful sort. It will furnish
him an education of immense value.
The Navy offers you an opportunity to The Navy guards its men from influences
enter Annapolis, for every young recruit in which might be hurtful to them-and sees to
this branch of the service is given the chance it that they get the most out of the training
to attend this great school.given.
The Navy gives you this chance-to help The Navy is giving your son the oppor-
your country in its fight against Germany. tunity to secure this physical, mental and
Now is the time for you to take advantage of moral uplift. He can serve himself while
the offer. Enlist in the Navy today. serving his country as a VOLUNTEER.
Undergraduates of the University (any department) or High School
may enroll in the Navy; go into active training during the Summer vacation
and return in the Fall for the regular school year. You thereby have the
chance to get into service and complete your college course. After com-
mencement you can spend the next vacation period in 1919 either at the Great
Lakes Training School, Summer School at this University or in some work
along the lines you are being disciplined in at school.
You MUST be in the Naval Reserves in order to enroll in the special
Navy training course given at this University preparatory to taking the En-
Apply for further information at
Navy Recruiting Station
(FOR ENTIRE WASHTENAW COUNTY)
City Y. M. C. A. (North 4th Ave.)
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
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