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The Wolverine, 1918-07-27

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TWO THE WOLVERINE

WuerthThea ter
Afterooon-2:so and 4:00
Evening-7:oo,8:o and o:xo
Phots-e60J
PROGRAM FOR JULY
Sat-27-Marion Dves ia "Runaway
- Romany." Also Nos ad Cooedy.
SuMon-28-g-Cecil B. DeMille inu
The Whipeong Chorus." Sennett
Comoedy,-"Watoh YourPNoighor"
TuesWed-30-3-Vtallae Rei do
"The House of Silence." "Eagle's
Eo" No. o
PROGRAM FOR AUGUST -
- ThuoFri i--Viiao Mai o rn"Un
claimed Goods." Also Holmes Trav-
lo od Cooedy.
OrpheumTheater
Afternoon-2:3 and 4:o
oEvessing-7:u, 8:ouand to:oo
Phone-r6o-J
PROGRAM FOR JULY
Sat-aF--ranlo nFatnuou inC"5edy
Reward." Also Ness ad Cousdy.
Sun-Mon-28-2-Gloria Swanson in
"You Ca n eliee Eveything."
Also Srial No. 9, "Vngae ad
the Woman.
-Tu 3o-Maguerite Clark in "ab's
Matinee Idol." Also "lagl's Eye,"=
No. 20.
Wed-3t-Lina Cavliri i d"The
Etrnal Tomptress." Also "Egl's
Eye," No. 2o.-
PROGRAM FOR AUGUST
Thur-Fri r-2-William Desmond in0
' Closi'." Alo Kystone Comedy,
'Or Wioos Utressos obl."
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SHOWSAT s:oo, 6:3, S:oo, g:3
15 nesOtherswise Specified.
PROGRAM FOR JULY
St-27-Alioe Joyoo i: Fiodsthte
Wosa" Dreo Comedy, ao opectal
Hawaiian music, singing and dan-
ig. Adlto s c; hildons roc.
Mon-29s-. X. Bushon aod Beverly
Bayne in "Social Quicksands" and
Flagg Comedy, "The Man Eater."
Tues-3o-June Elvidge "TheO Oldest
Lus" and Cooedy.
W d--raerkly n Farnus in "The
Rought Lover" and Screen Telegram.
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small..
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869 ,
Capital and Surplus, $550,000.00
Resources .........$4,000,000.00
Northwest Cr. Main & Huron
707 North University Ave.
Open ALL Summer
TUTTLE'S
Lunch Room
LUNCHES, SODAS
AND TOBACCO
338 SO. STATE ST.
DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor & Jackson
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-Leave
An Arbor, 7:25 a. in., 8:su a. m., and hourly
to 55 "0 p. m
Jackson Express Cars (local stops west of
An Arbor)-S:48 a. to. and every two hours
to 8:48 P.M
Local Cars East Bound-535 a. m., 6:40
a. m.,705a.om., and everytwoohours to
0:05 p. o., os:5o p. so. To Ypsilanti only,
*8o0 5p.m.,9:10 p. m., 11:5 p. ,1:
a. m., i o a. m. To Salie hge at
Ypsilani.
Local Crs West Bound-6:oo a. m., 7:23
".. M., 11:20 P.O."

Plain Chop Suey
Rice -.- One Pot Tea
35 CENTS
Open during Summer
School
Quang Tang Lo
613 E. Liberty St.
Phone 948-R
Chinese and American Dishes
OPEN ALL SUMNER
Try GEORGE'S CHOP SUEY
WAT[ KING LO
314 5.-State St. Phone 1244-M

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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 iditor
Phone 2414 or 319
Agnes L. Aele-iusiness Manager
Phone 960 or 1892
Editoral
James C. J. Martin.......
...............Detachment Editor
Louise A. Irish ...... Women's Editor
Paul A. Shinkman ........ Dramatics
Cordelle Kemper .............Music
Reporters
Mary Rhodes Naomi Bradley
N. A. Gleason Herbert Hobart
Business
jWilliam Wachs .........Assistant
SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1918
FALSE WAR REPORTS
Thursday night there was posted on
the window of a local place of busi-
ness a dispatch reputed to be from an
Ann Arbor evening newspaper that
declared the Crown Prince of Ger-
many had been captured with 500000,
men-that all escape had been cut off.
This report spread rapidly all over
town, not only through Ann Arbor
proper, but also through the Univer-
sity section. Dispatches in the morn-
ing papers discredited the reputed
capture to the extent of saying that
the mouth of the pocket had been so
narrowed that the Allies were enabled
to sweep it with shell fire. There was
no mention of the Crown Prince being
in the pocket. Neither did the evening
paper dispatches say so.
Whether or not the Crown Prince is
there is of little concern, except in
the effect his capturg might have on
German morale. It is sae to say his
capture would be no great loss to the
German morale. It is safe to say his
concern that any one should spread
the report that he was made prisoner,
together with his army. Such news is
bound to raise the spirits of all loyal
Americans to a high pitch, and when
the truth is learned, there is a corres-
pondingly great pychological reaction
of disappointment. Such incidents al-
so lead to the discrediting of the press.
The common observation "that's just
newspaper talk" is directly the re-
sult of such experiences. The Amer-
ican newspapers are making a record
in this war for truthfulness in war
news, although some are guilty of
over-playing. Such posted dispatches
are not conducive to a continuance of
such a record, at least locally.
No loyal American will knowingly
spread any war reports or rumors
which he does not have good reason
to believe are true, and heresay is
poor guarantee of truth. Much Ger-
man propaganda is carried by people
who would rather be an interesting
source of information than a loyal
American. Thoughtlessness is at the

bottom of most of it, but that is no
excuse. Watch your tongue and in-
tern it if it gives evidence of being an
enemy alien.
Engiineers Sally
Forth To Dance
(By "Bak Fly")
Thursday evening after dinner, ten
of our Romeos shook the moth-balls
from their Kuppenheimers, harvested
the cropo from their faces, and em-
barked in a couple of Ford Chariots
for Cheboygan. The occasion for afl
of these unuusal proceedings was the
Red Cross Dance at Fay Hall. They
all weathered the cruise as well as
could be expected and stepped out on
the floor just as though they were
used to it.
The evening was spent in romping
on the feet of the buxom natives, who
must of heard of our fame at the ter-
psichorean art, and had come from
miles around to see us perform. The
music was furnished by a regular
artist who played a violin and pumped
a player piano with his feet in perfect
unison. "Bill" Dorrance missed sev-
eral "rounds" watching to see that he
didn't fall to sleep and drop his fiddle.
"Tommy" Garrett was the big attrac-
tion of the evening with the women.
He even had a bell-boy paging him
before the affair was half over. All
returned to camp and wer afely
tucked in their trundle beds bys9:0
P. . (?)
The first "Sing" took place Friday
evening, July 12, at the "Michigan
Union." Under the apt leadership of
"Doc" Stouffer we wheezed and
gargled our Camp Davis songs. We
haven't received any complaints from
the "Bug Camp" or any place else
around the lake, so it must have at
least sounded good at a distance.
CHOP SUEY
The kind they make in Ring-Joy-
Lou or Mandin Inn, Chicago, or
Chinese Pavilion, Detroit, and at Ar-
cade Cafeteria, Wednesday and Sun-
day nights.
Dancing at the Armory every Sat-
urday evening. Fisher's Orchestra.
-Adv.
Subscribe at the "Y" tent for The
Detachment News. Now 50 cents.
To learn typegiwriting well
requires clone applioaticil
A t oewriter and free
instruction book from
O.D.lorrill. 322 S. Star
will do the rest.
Special Values
in
Writing Papers
and
Correspondence Cards
Sheehan & Co.
C. W., Graham, Prop.

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DURING HO'T WEATHER
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