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The Wolverine, 1918-08-06

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THE WOLVERINE

THE DETACHMENT NEW

rrn iirii MEN WEATHER IS HOT
SUP [0o NE.W MElN AT CAMP GORDON
ASE NOW ON WAY HEHE The weather at Camp Gordon has
been rather hot, according to a let-
Order Includes Every Article Issued ter recently received by one of the
to Detachment; Will Be Ready
for Them men who left Ann Arbor to attend
the officers' training camp. The let-
Equipment for at least 900 men; ter is as follows:
who will report for duty here during "Some hot place and some work.
the months of August and September, Some of the boys are ready to come
is now on the way, according to in-
formation given out last night by back home. Many of us are about all
Quartermaster Stotter of the Univer- in from the heat, but the only way that
sity of Michigan training detachment. they'll give in is to topple over and
Every article that is issued to the have to be carried in. This will hard-
men, including field shoes, regulation ly happen for we are all working our
hats and leggins, has been ordered. heads off to gain that commission.
The equipment will probably arrive "Talk about eats-well, I won't tell
sometime this week. what we have, but at dinner time I
Quartermaster Stotter plans to have would rather be standing in the mess
the clothing issued to the men within hall at Ann Arbor with one of those
a few days after their arrival. When cans of cream. Of course I have the
the previous detachments arrived the best of eats if I want to buy them
men had to work in the shops, drill, myself."
and attend class lectures in their civ-_
ilian clothes. This will be a thing of To learntowri K well
the.past for the future detachments. requires olose applioatioZ
Tailors in some sections of the coun-, A typewriter and free
try are making a specialty of turning instruction book from
men's suits inside out, as a war econ- O.D.Morrill. 322 S. Statee
omy measure. will do the rest.

Save the Pieces
Broken Eye Glass Lenses ground In our own shop, same day
TRY OUR SERVICE. EYES EXAMINED
LET US SHOW YOU OUR
ARMY AND NAVY FRAMES
You Should Have One
Haller & Fuller State Street Jewelers
THE EBERBACH & SON COMPANY
200-204 E. Liberty Street
CHEMICALS, DRUGS, SUNDRIES
Always Good Quality
The Best the Market Affords
Go to LYNDON'S 719 N. UNIVERSITY AVE.
Eastman Kodaks Eastman Films
GUARANTEED AMATEUR FINISHING
ENLARGEMENTS FROM YOUR NEGATIVES A SPECIALTY
I have led while others followed in amateur finishing for twelve
years. Now we are still leading. We guarantee perfect results
or no charge. We give you "Peace Time Results" as we have
a plenty of Metol (which we could sell at $50.00 per lb.) and
we venture to say that no other firm is using Metol for finishing.
If you want the best results you will bring your films here
TwoDoors from TY N DON c 'N'S 1 Nsrthl
Hill Auditorium L41 .J.1J 1 13 University Avenue
THE WATERWAY BETWEEN
DETROIT & BUFFALO
The D & C Steamsbip Line, with daily service from Detroit to Cleveland, and
Detroit to Beuffslo.afferd s faorite route for teavel hetween these peiucipal Great
Laepoeints. Theto Gint Steamerso e t eLahes"-ofsi neCetrtI IadCity
of CievelaudII-n-ues she bheut obtainahis in thao[luxusrsious apouintmuenis
eceiisaineendeplinstaunservice The D xCu.dinitgeservice isnunsurpased.
Gernh Lahes Fin oods and other appetiing menus being noteworthy features. The
safety andhalmthfa n isengers ase alobhndantd y provided ior , auasteame heing
equipped with wireiems service and ther sese ity devisem.
- STEAMER SCHEDULES
nunao steamerieaveDeiroitdaiyat ho00PH MCentralTime, arriving at Buffalo,
9.00 A. M., CEsenTime. Cievelad stenmers ienve Detroit daiy nt i0:45 P. H.. Ceo-
trai Time,aeivng at Cleelnd, 6.00 A. H.,Centrai Time. Ohms imseshedulein
effect feom Buoil to Deteot nad Cleveiand te oetroit Als reguiareamer service
iroms Toiedo and Detroit toeMakichislSand and Lahe Huron wiay poeis.
Cuss tiehets honoredioretruansporttien on D.a&. C Linestenmees ineitherdir"eion.
Ash youe ticket agent is reute yeu vieD. & C. Line, making connectious wish eil linus
toue sEast s.
+ ®ND 2 STAMP Per riustrated pamphletand OreatLakesMap. AddressL. 0.
Lewis, G. P. A., Dsetrot, Michigen.
DETROIT & CLEVELAND NAVIGATION COMPANY
Phiip B. Mcllanie Pes.
A. A. Schatz, eVise-Prese.l. tMgr.0
! ~ 4

VICE ZONE RADIUS p II ffl
Tear Gasitis ORDERED EXTENDED DUAI a ND YhLI IN
(By Black Fly) Sweeping regulations for the rigid ENTERTAIN 1S IN11
The Barrels' Almost Gone, Gang! restriction of vice have been issued by
Sing a song of sugar, Secretaries Baker and Daniels. The Talent Recruited From Audience Whe
Two spoonfuls you may eat, former local vice zone limit has been Company C Artists Fall to
If you take it in your coffee, increased from 5 to 10 miles.
You skip your shredded wheat. Officials of the University of Mich-
Go easy on the butter igan training detachment are consid-
And leave a Hoover plate, ering ways and means of complying For some reason not explained Coo
And at the end of August with the new vice regulations. The pany C's talent for the entertainmex
You'll get a slight rebate. new zone will include the towns of last night in the Y tent did not a
- Ypsilanti and Dexter.
Ypsilnti nd Dxter , , pear and entertainers were recruite
"Kaiser Again Gives Thanks"- "The prohiition against vice in the
Headline in the Detroit News. He vicinity of military camps, stations, from the audience. Neither was tl
ought to know the Grace Before and posts and cantonments, and all dis- audience disappointed for, judgin
After Meals by this time. Or is he tricts under naval jurisdiction will ap- from the applause, last night's affa
learning his own version? ply hereafter to all territory within a was one of the most enjoyable ys
radius of 10 miles from army camps held
So Has Ii Ever Been and naval districts," says the new or-
(From the Chicago Tribune) der. Conley of Company C, and Buch C
the author of "Erewhon" hazards the There have been but few violations B clampered on the platform for tl
hallowed conviction that it doesn't of the first ruling in this city. The first number. It was supposed to
Sir:-Somewhere in the Note Books causes, which were responsible for a boxing bout, but as neither of t
matter much what a man hates, pro- the small number of violations, have men were experienced boxers, it we
vided he hates something. A useful been removed, and at the present time comic rather than scientific. The t
little thought. And so, meditating von there is practically no public vice performers joined in the fun, a
Gott from whom all Bissings flow, source present. swung arms and clinched in reguli
Gen. Hell, and the legions of Below comic supplement style.
who have devoted weeks of special ISSUANCE OF FIELD SHOES Johnson of B, and Gordick of C, the
training, far behind the lines, to get- COMPLETES MEN'S EQUIPMENT put on a real fight. They mixed it
ting the reception committee ready for genuine style and before the mats
our c. 1. a., it struck me like the flutter Field shoes were issued to the mem- had progressed far both were posses
of a sibylline leaf to open again, at ber of the training detachment last ing noses which bled profusely.
random, and read: "Dragon-slayers week. This completes the second is- D. Anderson, 138 pounds, and McCle
did not take lessons in dragon-slaying. suance of shoes to the men. This lan, 165 pounds, wrestled. McClel
. Small things may be rehearsed, also completes the issuance of all took the first fall, but after the fir
but the greatest are always do-or-die, equipment to the men, with the ex- neither was able to pin his oppone
neck-or-nothing matters." ception of a few of the men who have .The program for tonight has her
orders in for clothing and shoes of arranged by Mrs. Root of the Unive
THE CLOWN QUINCE is having a large or small sizes. sity Music Store. Tomorrow nig
deuce of a time getting his half mil- Estimates are being made by Lieu- Frederick Thieme, who spent seo'r
lion out of the Soissons-Rheims tenant Stotter for the equipment nec- months in the Western front as a
pocket. If he doesn't the Allies will essary to outfit the men of the third ambulance driver, will tell of a few
have mince meat to go with the Turk- training detachment. As soon as the his experiences. Thursday night the
ey Thanksgiving Day. definite number of men to be detailed will be moving pictures, and Frid
to Ann Arbor is known requisitions night another series of boxing ai
Illustrious Headlines will be sent out for the outfits. wrestling matches.
"Off for Camp Custer, Twenty-Two ---------------
Lefe this Morning." Shades of Her-
bert Spencer. BOOKS FOR SOLDIERS
"Ate Pancake Left by Queen, He Moss-Manual of Military Training----------------$2.25
Brags of It." Quite a scandal in in- Moss-Oicers' Manual-------------------------2.50
ternational society. Ellis & Garey-Plattsburgh Manual---------------.---2.00
"Paper Essential." Well, for good- Infantry Drill Regulations------------paper 3oc, cloth .75
ness sakes. Kilver MacEroy-Contentment Manual----------------- 1.00
"Thousasa Soldiers in Threshing Drill and Service Regulation for Field Artillery---------1.25
CreW." Faintly I seem to remember Blue jacket Manual -----------------------------------i.oo
from my childhood a use of the word R UNIVERSITY
"threshing" that Webster never wrote W A IHB O S R
about. In this shade of meaning we BOOK STORE
have several more good sized crews
in Francethat are doing efficient ser-
vice.
"Must Get Coal Now or Freeze, Says
Couzens." We have been doing very
well the last few days, thank you.
"What Caused the Wrecki" We bite, of the
What did?
"Shock Troops in Wheat Field."
Didn't they object? Or was it that
they were greatly amazed?
K. of C. Program Thursday Night
The regular Thursday night enter- IS NOW READY
tainmeht will be given in the K. of C.
tent this week. No definite arrange-
ments have as yet been made, but the
committee in charge of the K. of C. Complete information concerning the eight Colleges and Schools
war activities expect to have one of the LITERATURE, SCIENCE, AND THE ARTS, EN-
best, programs they have ever sched- GINEERING, MEDICINE, LAW, PHARMACY,
uled for the war tent. The complete HOMEOPATHY, DENTISTRY, GRADUATE, AND
program will be printed in the next
issue. THE SUMMER SESSION

A

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