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The Wolverine, 1918-08-08

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PAGE FOUR THE WOLVERINE
THE DETACHMENT NEW

EI Tear Gasitis
DEIIGHT TICMIENI 'WILL ASK War Heads for Coal."
Headline in the Detroit News. De-
Program Arrhnged by Mrs.Hoot Draws troit ought to be satisfied with 116°
Big Crowd to Entertainment in the shade and not worry about tle
at Y Tent future.
IF THE hot weather keep up much
Last Tuesday evening a musical en- longer there won't be enough left to
tertainment was given in the "Y" tent enjoy the coal when it arrives.
for the members of the training de- Diskivered Be Gosh
tachment by University students un-
der the auspices of Mrs. M. M. Root. (From the Swindle Sheet)
The students featured in the mus- The speed cop took Into custody
icale were Paul Moore, Mr. Jones, last night H. B. Gettleman of Dexter,
Fred E. Motley, Gilbert F. Hauke, who was discovered running his au-
George H. Roderick, H. T. Carson, and tomobile at 30 miles an hour on West
Knight Merrielees. Huron street.
One of the largest crowds that ever THE ALL highest expects to scare
gathered in the "Y" tent were present. the British by issuing propaganda to
The audience encored the players sev- the effect that the German navy and
eral times. The entertainment lasted army will strike a combined blow, in
from 8:30 o'clock until taps. The the future. Strike, Hunnie, boy, we,
following program was given: are waiting for youse.
"Sweet Little Buttercup," and med- Heard After Taps
ley of southern songs, by the jazz
orchestra; "Rock A Bye Your Baby." First Sergeant Ott, Company A, made
by Knight Mirrielees; "Victor's," "For an inspection the other night of
America and Liberty," and "Under- quarters to see if all his boys were
neath Your Balcony," by the Mandolin properly tucked into bed according
clut; "Good Night Germany," and to regulations. Approaching one of
"When Yankee Doodle Learns to Par- the barracks he was stopped by the
lez Vous Francais," by Moore, Mirrie- sentry and the following was perpe-
lees, and Jones; medley of war songs, trated':
by jazz orchestra; "Ladies," by Mr. "Halt, who goes there?"
Jones and club; waltz number, Sergeant Ot on spection.'
"There's A Long, Long Trail," and "Pass, Sergeant Ott."
Burning," by Instead of passing, the first ser-
the mandolin club. geant went up to the sentry and ad-
dressed him thusly:
"You're a fine sentry. Don't you
Fisher party at Packard every Fri- know your general orders? Why didn't
day evening.-Adv. _
you order me to advance and be rec-
ognized?"
Trunks and travelling bags for all "Itbwasn't necessary, sir. Itknew
purposes-Koch & Henne.-Adv. you° by the size of your feet If
you had advanced within six paces,
To learn tpewriting ell, as the regulations provide, you would
requires cosoe appliOatiO have stepped on my new corn."
A typewriter anti free
instruotion - book from Dancing at the Armory every Sat-
0 D .Morrill,. 322 S. State urday evening. Fisher's orchestra.-
will do the rest. lAdv.

DANCE PABIES ISSUE
Al DEIACDMENI Oi
Soldier to Apply for Girl, Fills
Slip; Responsible Until
Her Return
One of the most unique mil
balls that has ever been held to
armory will be given at 8 o'clocl
morrow night by members of Com
C of the University of Michigan t
ing detachment.
The affair will be strictly mili
A large number of girls have b
provided for the men, and the sy
of insuring proper attention is
that has never before been see
heard of in Ann Arbor.
Girls Are Guests
The girls will come as guests.
quartermaster and Mrs. Adams
have technical charge of the young
men, who will be known as issue
A soldier of Company C applie
a girl and he is issued one by
quartermaster. At the end of
dance he returns the girl and rec
his issuance slip.
Wives of the officers of the de
ment, members of the Y. W. C. A
the Knights of Columbus, and hos
of the University of Michigan Ho
house will act as chaperones.
Bugle to Be Used
The dance will be conducted
military lines. There will be sp
dances and the different bugle
will designate each particular spe
ty.
Captain Ralph H. Durkee will
the grand march. The official
of Captain Durkee and their wives
follow.
Use Company Fund
Company C has accumulated a:
sum of money in the company
and since the fund must be spen
fore they leave the city, it was f
,necessary to give an entertainme
some nature. Various sugges
were offered but the military ball
pracically the only feasible su;

D ORIENVAL DANCE HELPS MEIC
ORIENTAFLINT'S MARIN EJDRIVE
.Flint, Aug. 8.- When men seated BEADY FOB NEW MEN
in the tent of an Oriental dancing
Otshow at a carnival playing here saw
Out he draperies in front of therstage Supply of Anti-Typhoid Vaccine 01
part slowly they hunched forward ex- ; Hand to Innoculate Members
pectantly. Instead of bead-covered -New Detachment
itary damsels they beheld two men in uni-
the forms. The men were R. J. Corrigan, Captain Vaughan and his staff o
the of Detroit, and Sergt. Reynolds, of medical officers of the training detach
k to- Flint, of the Marine corps. Sixteen ment have already made preparationi
panyrecruits were obtained. Then the for the coming detachment.
rain- crwd ee ontwith the dance.' At the present time there is 3,601
Sergeant Reynolds is holding a re- centimeters of anti-typhoid germs
tary. ruiting drive which will end Aug. nd about 1,000 vaccine. This number
to be 28, during which it is hoped to get will be sufficient to take care of al
stem a complete company of Marines to the men who are detailed to this city
0n0 be known as Flint Devil Dogs. There within two months.
n o are now 4 Instead of inoculating the men whei
arenow _24._ I they first enter the detachment, the
future soldiers will have their physic
The SCHOOL HISTORY VOLUME al axaminations. and then their innoc
will BRANDED AS PRO-GERMAN ulations.
wo- The first will be a vacinnation and
girls. Grand Rapids, Aug. 8.-Calling it an innoculation. The remainder of the
s for "insidious pro-German propaganda," innoculations will be ten days apart
the William S. Fitch, special agent for the For the first innoculation the men re
the department of justice, today sent to ceive one-half a cubic centimeter'oa
;ives Washington a copy of "Robinson's anti-typhoid germs.. The other innoc
Medieval and Modern Times History" ulations are of one cubic centimeter
tach- now being used in local high schools, of triple anti-typhoid germs.
: and and requested that it be barred from -
tess' the mails. The book is expected to be SPEND YOUR VACATION ON THE
stess thrown out of local schools. GREAT LAKES
German institutions and govern- Travel via Detroit & Cleveland Nav
ment are lauded and reflections are igation Co. Daily service between De
d on cast upon the American and British troit and Buffalo. Leave Detroit 5:04
octal nations, according to Mr. Fitch. A P. M. Leave Buffalo 6:00 P. M. Daily
calls full page illustration of the German service between Detroit and Cleve
scial- royalty in the only such picture in- land; leave both points 10:45 P. M.
eluded. arrive at destination early following
lead __morning. Day trips Detroit and Cleve
staff "Wland July and August daily (exeep
s will "W men and the War" is Subject Sundays) 8:0 A. H., arrive destina
"Women and the War," the lecture tion 4:00 P. M. Four trips per woeo
by Miss Agnes E. Wells which was between Toledo, Detroit, Alpena, Mac
large scheduled for last Wednesday, will be kinao Island. via coast line to Mac
fun , given this evening at 8 o'clock lin the kinac. Railroad tickets are honored
t be- Natural Science Auditorium. on all D. & C. steamers.
found
nt o BOOKS FOR SOLDIERS
tions
was Moss-Manual of Military Training-------------------$2.25
gges- Moss-Officers' Manual -------------------------------2.50
Ellis& Garey-Plattsburgh Manual _----------------.2.00
y de- Ifantry Drill Regulations--------.------paper 3oc, cloth -75
ps of Kilver MacElroy-Contentment Manual--_-----------.oo
s aft- Drill and Service Regulation for Field Artillery----------1.25
cora- Bluejacket'Manual ----------------------- --_--- 1.00
ants. UNIVERSITY
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tion.
The Am
Save the Pieces corated fo
five decora
Broken Eye Glass Lenses ground in our own shop, same day ernoon. T
TRY OUR SERVICE. EYES EXAMINED tions wer
LET US SHOW YOU OUR The Armo
company,
ARMY AND NAVY FRAMES practically
You Should Have One C(
Sergean
Haller & Fuller State Street Jewelers and Rhod
of arrange
Dermott,1
on the dec
Any gro
young wor
THE EBERBACH & SON COMPANY like to pa
should con
200-204, E. Liberty Street Mrs. Adam
CHEMICALS, DRUGS, SUNDRIES Me
Owing t
the past I
Always Good Quality the men
who bunk
The Best the Market Affords moved th
and slept
there has

mory will be elaborately
or the occasion. A corp
ators will commence this
The entire number of de
e donated by the merch
.ry was also donated t
while Fisher's orchestra
y given its services fr
ommittees Appointed
its Massot, Harter, K
are acting on the comm
ments, while CorporalsI
Pequinot, and Greschke
orating committee.
ups of young women o
men of any club who w
rticpate in' the military
mmunicate immediately
is at the Hostess house.
su Sleep in Open Air
o the excessive heat .i
wo days a large numb
in the training detach
in Waterman gymna
eir beds out on the cn
in the open air. Thus
been no prostrations ree
the members of the trai
t.
Id cross. Suitable rev
one, 216 N. State St.
party at Packard every
ng-Adv.
ers& Mechani
=Bank
H MAIN STREE
CORNER HURON
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SO. STATE STREET
g Bank With Every Banking

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