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The Wolverine, 1918-07-20

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PAGE FOUR THE WOLVERINE
THE EMHEN TNEWS

TEN MEN PICKED IO CO
AS SIUDENT OFFICERS
Colise Will Last Four Months; Will
Consist of Infantry Work at
Camp Gordon

pressed a dcsire to enter the central
officers' training camps,randis found
sufficiently qualified to do so.
This is the first time that ths lini-
cerotty of Mlichigan trainiog detach-
ment has ever sent any men to the
officers' training camp, and unless
other orders are received, members of
future detachments will be recom-
mended for the camps.

Ten men in the second training de-
tachment have been picked by Cap- Roma
tain Ralph Hi1. Durkee to attend the o iei arc
officers' training camp at Camp Gor-
don, near Atlanta, Ga. No definite Sergeant Lawrence HamiltonI
date has been set for the departure, maine, Q. M. C, M. S. T., marriedi
but the authorities believe that the Dorotby Dillaway on July 1, accord
men will be sent to the camp before to information received here. Serge
the beginning of next week. Romaine was a member of the f
The course of training at Camp training detachment and was det
Gordon embraces the infantry branch, ed to Camp Holabird, Baltimore,I
extending over a period of four Miss Dillaway is the daughter of
months. While being instructed,,en- and Mrs. Walter T. Dillaway, a pr
listed men will retain the rating pos- inent Detroit family.
sessed at the time of entrance into the This is the first time that news
course. All privates will receive first- been received of a marriage among
class private's pay. At the conclusion members of the first training deta
of the course officers will be sent to ment, although there have been r
replacement camps to await assign- ors concerning the future marria
nent. of men in both detachments.
Commanding officers of all divis-
ions, departments, depot brigades, and Subscribe at the "Y" tent forr
camps will continue to recommend two Detachment News. Now 50 cent
percent of their commands, each month
provider sulh a percentage has ex- Subscribe for The Wolverine

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MOVIES SHllWN ALL-STAR REVUE EN
IRESSON TO BE PRESENTED ENHSASI I0EKIPE
go Y. M. T. A. IENT Members of Company C are rehears- AITTENDS ENTERTAINMENT
ing for their all-star revue, which will
erite Clark and Taylor Holmes probably be given during the last Frank McIntyre and Babe eitheiner
iWeek's Bill; Program of week of the detachment's stay in Ann Delight Hearers; Other Numbers
Events Arbor. The entire talent will be Good
drawn from Company C.
Several of the leading features will
uerite Clarke in the film, "Rich Frank McIntyre, in a repertoire of
'oor Man" will he shown at 8:15 be a chorus of 60 "charming young
ladies," an 80-piece orchestra, fun, and Babe Leitheiner, the 10-year-
tonight at the "Y" tent. The
mi of attractions for the cm-Corporal Cowan, will have complete old fancy dancer, were the leading
ek is as follows: Sunday, 9:30 charge of the production end. characters in the Knights of Columbus
Bible class in the tent; 10:15 war tent entertainment given at 8
Go To Church groups will TWO GIANTS OF THE o'clock last Thursday night. The men
at he tent and leave for the GREAT FAKES of the detachment, and a large number
it churches of their preference; Regular steamer service between of outside visitors, encored these two
clock, Y. M. C. A. combines with Detroit and Buffalo. The two Giant acts several times.
es in Union service at the band- Steamers of the Great Lakes-City of Gustave Ritz amused the audience
The Rev. T. G. Sykes, of De- Detroit III and City of Cleveland III with his whistling. He imitated birds,
who has been in France with -make daily trips between Buffalo mechanical devises, and musical in-
M. C. A., will speak. and Detroit, leaving Detroit at 5 p. m., struments. Private Kruse, Company
Lay, 8:30 o'clock, Prof. A. G. leaving Buffalo 6 p. m. Daily service C, sang a number of his specialty
A will give an illustrated lec- is also given between Detroit and solos. Miss Devine also sang a few
a "Joan of Arc;" Tuesday, 8:15 Cleveland. The steamers Eastern numbers. The concluding number was
Knights of Pythias will give States and Western States leave both a selection by the Jacobus band.
.ertainment atethe tent; Wed- points at 10:45 p. m., arriving at des-, This is the second entertainment
8:30 o'clock moving pictures tination early the following morning. that the K. of C. have held in their
for Holmes in "Fools for Luck;" Four trips weekly are made between war tent. Officers of the organiza-
lay, no entertainment at "Y" Toledo, Detroit, Alpena, Mackinac tion are planning to give another on
ie to program at 8:15 o'clock Island and St. Ignace over the Coast next Thursday evening. Otass will be
f C. tent. Line to Mackinac. Railroad tickets at 7:15 o'clock Sunday morning in the
statement which appeared re- are honored on all D. & C. steamers. tent.
in the Wolverine to the effect
e School of Music furnished the
it with a Victrola was errone- SUMMERI
'he Victrola was furnished by SCHOOL
oot of the University Music Sa d
Those in charge of the "Y"
vs asked students and towns- TIU D E NT 'E
to leave current periodicals,
they have finished reading at AT
t for the soldiers.

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Cross my heart and hope to die
If I should ever, every buy
Or use a thing on which I see
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Yes, I Wonder
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