Afternoon-2:30 and 4:0
Evening-7:oo, 5:ooa nd 1:o
PROGRAM .FOR JULY
Thurs-Fri-2s-6-Enid Bennett in
"Naughty, Naughty." Also Holmes
Travels and Comedy, "Oh U Boat."s
Sat-a7-Marion Daies in "Runaway =5
Romany." Also Nus and Comedy.
Sun-Mon-8-29-Cecil B. DeMile in
"The Whispering Chorus." Sennett.
Comedy, "Watch Your Neighbor." +
Tues-Wed-3o-31-Waltace Reid in
"The House of Silence." "Eagle's
Eye," No. zo.
Afternoon-2:30 and 4:0
Evening-7:0, 8:n and sn:0
PROGRAM FOR JULY
Thurs-Fri-2s-26--Gloria Swanson in .
"Station Content" Attn Keysone =
Comedy, "Newspaper Clippings."
Sat--Fanklyn Farnum inC"$Suuu
Rewrd." Also News and Cmedy.
Sun-Mon-8-29-Gloria Swanson in
"You Can't Believe Everything."
Also Serial No. 9, "Vengeance and
Tues-3o-Marguerite Clark in "Bab's
Hatinee Idol." Also "Eagle's Eye,"
W'ed-1- mira Cva ii in "The I
Etnal T ers." AscEage's
Eye," No. z.
SHOWS AT 3:0, 6:30, 8:00, 9:30
x5c Unless Otherwise Specified.
PROGRAM FOR JULY
Thurs-25-No performances today on
acunto fc Sou'5 Rednr. t Hill
A dito is . HNoemad i "Th
Venus odel"; Chris tie Comedy,
"The Milky Way"; and a specialfea.
ture, Hawaiian Singing and Dancing.
Aduls 5c, childen roc.
Sa- 2- Alechy e in "Find the
Wo*an" andDreewkComedy, "When
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Captal and Surplus, $550,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron.
707 North University Ave.
Open ALL Summer
338 SO. STATE ST.
DETROIT UNITED LINES
keen Detroit, Ann Arbor & Jackson
etroit Limited and Express Cars-Leave
Aeor,7y:25 a. m., 8: a. m., and hourly
cksn Expeess Cas (local stops west o
Ahu)-5:45 a. m. and evey twn hous
:45 p. m
scal Cae East Bound-535 a. m., 6:4
1., 7:oS a, m., and every two hours to
p. m., an:5o p. m. To Ypsilanti ony,
p. in, 9:0 p. i., 1,1:u p. i., 12:20
n., 1:10 a. m. To Saline change at
scat Cas West Bound-6:oo a. m., 7:23
1., -20 p. m
Plain Chop Suey
Rice --- One Pot Tea
Open during Summer
Chuang Tang Lo
613 E. Liberty St.
Chinesb and American Dishes
OPEN ALL SUMMIER
Try GEORGE'S CROP SUEY
WAT KIN LOO)
4 S. State St. Phone 1244-M
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-Managing Editor
Phone 2414 or 319
Agnes L. Aele-usiness Manager
Phone 960 or 1892
James C. J.. Martin. .. ....
Louise A. Irish ...... Women's Editor
Paul A. Shinkman ........ Dramatics
Mary Rhodes Naomi Bradley
N. A. Gleason Herbert Hobart
William Wachs ..........Assistant
THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1918.
KEEP ON THE WALKS
Summer school students and men
of the training detachment persist in
cutting across the lawns of the cam-
pus despite requests for them to stay
on the walks, and the "Please" signs
erected by the University. It may
seem a trivial matter but yet it is the
difference between an attrative cam-
pus and the common secondary school
play ground. Already unsightly paths
are beginning to appear. Comparisons
are always odious but it may be pert-
inent in this case to point out that
such paths did not exist until the start
of the summer session, and that stu-
dents in the regular session were more
careful. This is your University just as
much as it was their's. Although you
do not have the athletic sports and
other activities to impress upon you
the University spirit, try to get it nev-
ertheless, and a good way to start
is by preserving the University prop-
erty. The campus is not as pretentious
as to grounds as we could wish, but
the campus we do have is laid out as
carefully, and as attractively planted
as circumstances permit. It is an im-
portant part of the University. First
impressions are always gained from
it, together with the buildings. Do
your best to make that impression the
kind we want. Start today to stay on
the sidewalks. Don't cut across.
WHAT'S GOING ON
July 25, 5 p. m.-Physics and the War
(Illustrated). Prof. H. M. Randall.
8p. m.-Patriotic motion pictures.
July 26, 5 p. in-The Polish Ques-
tion and the War (illustrated). Prof.
S. J. Zowski.
8 p. m.-The Belcher Islands: Their
Discovery and Exploration (Illus-
trated). Mr. R. J. Flaherty.
July 29, 5 p. m.-A Trip Through
Historic Paris (Illustrated). Prof.
E. R. Turner.
8 p. m.-Recital, The Class in Shake-
spearean Reading. (University
July 30, 5 p. rn-SecondaryE duca-
tion and the War. Prof. C. 0. Dav-
8 p. m.-The Laws of Evolution Ap-
plied to Human Conduct. Prof. F.
July 31, 5 p. rn-Habit and Innovation.
Asaist. Prof. J. R. Brumm.
8 p. m.-Concert. Faculty of the Uni-
versity School of Music. (Hill au-
Aug. 1, 5 p. m.-Women of the War.
Miss Agnes E. Wells.
S p. rn-Educational motion pictures.
Fisher party at Packard every Fri-
Trunks and travelling bags for all
purposes-Koch & Henne.-Adv.
WThe Navy Wants
Men up to 58 years of nge will be accepted in the Navy for this Special Work.
Pay ranges from $41 to $52 a month, with special provision for families.
TO THE SPECIALIZED MEN OF
The Navy needs men who are skilled
mechanics, carpenters, and the like.
The Navy needs men with such exper-
ience, and is willing to pay from $41 to $52
You do not have to be a young man to
take advantage of this offer. Provided you
are physically fit, you can enlist even if you
are over 50 years of age.
If you are beyond draft age, you may be
assigned to permanent work at Great Lakes,
Ill., along the lines of your trade.
You have here a chance to serve your
country in the way you best know how-to
rise to the grade of Chief Petty Officer-to
receive good pay while helping the Navy.
TO ALL MEN OF WASHTENAW
The Navy wants seamen as well as
specialized workers. The Navy wants You.
You will be given good, clean food; life
out of doors, physical training. The Navy
is doing wonderful work, and you can do
your bit if you enlist in the organization that
is holding the lines to the western front.
If you are of draft age, get a release from
your local board-then present yourself al
the recruiting office.
All you need is a certificate of birth, a
draft release, and the right sort of spirit, and
you can belong to the U. S. Navy.
Wear a Navy uniform-and show 'em all you're true blue.
If you do not enlist today-it is YOUR DUTY to get others to Join-
There's a place NOW for everyone in the Navy.
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-
ENLIST TODAY AT
Navy Recruiting Station
(FOR ENTIRE WASHTENAW COUNTY)
City Y. M. C. A. (North 4th Ave.)
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
Contributedbp the e3nc tbe luvn-
$tag in the 'llnveroftp IFunts