PAGEFOUR THE WOLVERINE
THE DETACHMENT NEWS
4o Acres Farmed
"Work or fight,' 'is the phrase that
is ringing across the country at this
time. The Athletic association has
adopted the watchword and is doing
its bit to defeat the kaiser. Accord-
ing to Mr. Bartelme, director of ath-
letics, every available piece of ground
in the possession of the Athletic as-
sociation, has been utilized for raising
There are about 40 acres of land un-
der cultivation, but Mr. Thomas, the
groundkeeper, states that the crops
this year will not be nearly as good
as was expected. The 40 acres has
been divided into 15 acres of hay, 8
acres of oats, 9 acres of corn, and
7 acres of wheat. They expect 40
bushels of oats this year, compared
with 65 bushels last year. The corn
and wheat crops are unsettled, the dry
weather which we have had, practic-
ally ruining these crops. All of the
wheat, and part of the corn will be
SOME MORE SMALL TOWN STUFF
(From the Swindle Sheet)
While the new road roller and scar-
ifier was doing some work on Packard
street yesterday, a big Detroit car
came down the street at the usual
high speed and hit the heavy mnchine,
but did not knock it off the road. The
electric car was slowed up, but it was
going so fast it could not stop quick
enough. No damage was done to the
machine, but the fender of the car was
pretty well smashed.
Gosh, just imagine what would have
happened to the "big Detroit car" if
the famous Ann Arbor sacrifier had
been a Ford.
"Yell, Ye Yankees, Yell"-Headline,
120 Florentine type, Tonopah (Nev.)
Bonanza. Leave it to the Yanks, they
are doing that and then some.
The way the Allies are running
through the Germans on the Marne,
reminds one of the old adage, "The
worst' is coming."
Miss Alice Evans Graduates
Word has been received from Miss
Alice Evans, director of the women's
gymnasium, that she has completed
her course of training in orthopedic
reconstruction ias Boston. She expects
to be sent to France for active ser-
vice very soon.
sold. This year only one and three-
quarters tons of hay are expected to be
produced, to the three tons of last
year. Probably three or four loads of
the hay will be sold. The straw from
the wheat and the oats will also be
sold. Part of the grain raised is re-
served to feed the live stock now own-
ed by the Athletic association.
HOSTESS NOSE ISIIOGS
Monday, July 22
J. H. Ualeye, Grand Rapids; Mrs. C.
C. Johnson, Ann Arbor; Evelyn
Bloome, Detroit; Mrs. A. Anderson,
Grayling; Mr. and Mrs. John Watch-
orn, Fayette; Miss Doris Hawes, Lans-
ing; Rosa Seyfred, Ann Arbor; K.
Friedman, Ann Arbor; V. Stark, De-
Tuesday July 23
K. E. Ehel, Big Rapids; Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Mullen, Detroit; Mrs. C. F. Patch,
Wednesday, July 24
William McBain, Sault Ste. Marie;
D. A. Cook,.Kalamazoo; J. L. Cherry,
Flint; Ida Waltz, Detroit; Ella Doug-
lass, Detroit; Margaret Kuhn, Greg-
ory; A. Langneeker, Gregory; J. D.
Roherts, Gregory; Mrs. Pearl Yates,
Detroit; Ben Mullin, St. James; Mr.
and Mrs. J. Watchorn, Fayette; Mrs.
H. Diehl, Detroit; M. J. Lytle, Glad-
arn; A. Force, Attica; Agnes Wagar,
Manchester; Mrs. Charles Maynard,
Thursday, July 25
Irene Weiss; J. M. Dobee, Pittsburg,
Pa.; Frank Hetchtel, Detroit; Joe Cic-
Cob, Detroit; Josephine Russel, Ann
Arbor; Sue Sill, Cadillac; 'C. Afford,
Ypsilanti; Claire Ajamy, Detroit;
Schoville, Hillsdale; Grace Malasney,
Friday, July 26
Mrs. Walter White, Claire; Mrs.
Arthur White, Shepard; J. F. Hubel,
Saturday, July 27
Mrs. . B. Wallice, Caston, Ohio;
Mrs. F. Weida, Flint; Gladys Warstler,
H. Lavigne, Detroit; F. Leiner, M. L.
Lytle, J. B. Lytle, Gladurn; M.
Knickerbocker, Ethel Gilbert, Flint;
Reta Ballingtyne, Flint; Miss Appel,
Detroit; Mrs. C. F. Scoff, Pontiac; D.
Ign, V. M. Irin Deckerville; Mrs. H.
E. Walter, Hopkins; Mrs. E. Kibby,
Bradly; Mr. and Mrs. George Hunziek-
er, Detroit; Josee Keene, Chicago;
Mrs. R. S: Swinton, Ann Arbor; Miss
S. Rice, Adrian; V. V. Knox, Beaver-
ton; L. Merseman, Mt. Clemens; Mrs.
Van Norman, Pontiac; G. L. Carr,
Sunday, July 28
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Spanier, Lansing;
Mrs. R. Keene, Lansing; Mrs. H. D.
Bedford, Lansing; Murice Bedford,
Lansing; Mrs. 0. M. Bedford, Lansing;
J. Bymes, Lansing; Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Mauke, Jackson; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis
and Margaret, Detroit; G. Chapko, De-
troit; N. Booker, Detroit; Rose Choy-
ke, Detroit; Elmer Worn, Detroit; E.
B. Chapman, Detroit; Mrs. S. R. Web-
er, Detroit; B. Hornick, Detroit; A.
Ricker, Detroit Mrs. Frank Smith,
Pioneer, Ohio; Mrs. W. L. Crandall,
Hillsdale; Mrs. H. C. Scovill, Hilld-
dale; Miss Mary Crandall, Hillsdale;
B. B. Barnes and son, Detroit; P. P.
Paine, Ann Arbor J. G. Jantze, West
Branch; Hattie Hoffman, Monroe; Lil-
lie Hoffman, Detroit; J. J. Newman,
Detroit; Mrs. J. Duswell, Detroit; Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Abraam, Detroit; J.
Hozniacki, Detroit; Mr. and Mrs. F.
Rozwarski, Detroit; Leota Mahan,
Detroit; F. Bernier, Detroit; H. M.
Halvorsen, Detroit; J. Eckhart, Len-
ox; Grand M. Vrush, Detroit; Mrs. J.
R. Crawford, Detroit Laura Frairman,
Detroit Mrs. Eva Herrick, Flint.
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Two Shades of Brown Shoes
Washington, D. C., July 25.-Shoe
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shades of brown shoes to two colors,
medium and dark.
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