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The Wolverine, 1918-08-17

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P1AGE TWO
WuerthTheater:I
Afternoon-2:3 and 4: 0
Evemng-:on, 8:oo and ro:n =
Phone-6o-J -
PROGRAM FOR AUGUST
Sat-7--Wm. Rossellin "Up Romance
Road." Also News and Comedy. .-
Sunon-&19-Mar gueite Clarksin
Rich Mn, Poo a." AsSe-
nett Comedy, "Sheriff Nell's Tussle."
Tues-Wed-o-2-Charlotte Walker in
en." Also Comedy.
Thur-Fri-22-z3-W. S.. Hart in "The
Hl-Hound or Aask.' Alo Holmes=
r els a nd Comedy, "He Got His."
Sat-24-Mrs. Vernon Castle in "The
ste ios Clien " Also News and
Cmedy, "On the Jump." -
OrpheumTheater
Afternoon-2:3o and 4: 0
Evening- :00, 8 nand sno s
Phne-s6-j-
PROGRAM FOR AUGUST
St-s7-Glodyo Hlete is "Wais.=
Also ews and Comedy, "It'sa Wild
- Top." -
SunMon-r89-Margery Wilson in
"ared Cards" Also Soial s2,
"Vengeance and the Woman."
Tuesoo---ViianMartn in "The Fair
Barbarian." Also Comedy (Ret.)
= We-~2LW. S. Hart is "The Bandit
and the Preacher." Also Comedy
(Ret.)
ThrFri-02-23-William Desmond in
"Hel's Ed" Also OHery Story.
Sat-2-Mlonroe Salbury is"Hands
Down." Also News and Comedy.
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AR CAD E
SHOWS AT 3:00, 6:30, 8:00, 9:30
5e Unless Otherwise Specified.
PROGRAM FOR AUGUST
Sat-7-Harry Morey in "Tangled1
Lies" and Drew Comedy, The
Honeymoon .Bay."
Mon-r-Viola Dana in "Opportun- s
ity"and Flagg Comedy, "The Good
Sort."
Tues-s-Ethel Clayton in "The Man
H t" and Ch se Comedy, "The
Hilky Way"
Courteous and satsfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or smail.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $50,000.00
Resources... 40,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron.
707 North University Ave.
Open ALL Summer
TUT T LE'S
Lunch Roomn
LUNCH ES, SODAS
AND TOBACCCO
338 SO. STATE ST.
DETROIT UNITED LI ES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor & Jaksen
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-eave
Ann Aror, 7:25 a. m., S:o a. m., and hourly
to :su p..
Jackson Express Cars (local stops west of
Ann Arbor)-8:48 a. I. and every two hours
toS8:49p.am.
Local C East Bound-5:35 a. m., 6:40
a. m., 7: 05 a, m., and every two hours to
:5 p. In., o:50 p. m. To Ypsilanti nly,
5.o5 p in., 9:5o p. i., 1:10 p. i,120
a. m., r:ro a, m. To Saltne change at
Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Sound-6:o a. m., 7:23
a. m., 5I:ao p.I

Plain Chop Suey
Rice -:- One Pot Tea
35 CENTS
Open during Sunmer
School
Quang Tang Lo
613 E. Liberty St.
Phone 948-R
Chinese and American Dishes
OPEN ALIL SUMMER
Try GEORGE'S CHOP SUEY

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SWolverine
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 31
Agnes L. Abele-Business Manager
Phone 960 or 1892
Editorial
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 Assistants
William Wachs Warren C. Parmenter
SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1918
WHAT ABOUT NEXT YEAR?
Michigan and other universities will
be in a bad situation next year if
present indications are any sign. With
enlistments of college students con-
tinuing at their present rate, and a
change in the draft law imminent, the
enrollment, at Michigan for next year
will be below the four. thousand mark
unless radical measures are taken to
increase it. This figure is not mere
guesswork, but is the estimate of men
on the campus who are in position to
know.
It has been the rule for men, choos-
ing between giving actual service for
their country and remaining in school,
to elect the former. It is difficult for
anyone who is physically able, to re-
main out of the fight while our Al-
lies are being pressed 'hard on that
western front. But there is another
side to the question, and one that re-
quires earnest thought and delibera-
tion.
Colleges and universities must be
maintained. While it is, important for
the army and navy to pave their full
share of men, it is equally important
to have such trained and educated
men. If the war~ should drag on for
four or five years more-and there are
few who will deny that this is a pos-
sibility-it will be absolutely impera-

tive that these highly trained men
shall be available.
It may be difficult for men to real-
ize this, and more difficult for them to
stay in the University while so many
of the men they know are in the serv-
ice. But it is a patriotic duty. Edu-
cated men, especially those in the pro-,
fessions, are to play a big part, not
only in the war itself, but also in the
period of reconstruction that will fol-
low. Where would we be five years
from now if we had no doctors, no
educated and trained men?
It is the duty of every Michigan stu-
dent to return in the fall if he possi-
bly can. It is his duty to take up
some line of work that will be of use
to his country, to be a part of the great
army behind the fighting line. And it
is his duty to bring others with him.
,A large part in the war must be play-
ed by highly trained men which only
the colleges can ,provide. He is no
slacker who is studying that he may
be fit for future service.
Let each Michigan man pledge him-
self to return in the fall, and let him
pledge likewise that he will bring at
least one new student back with him.
-Michigan Daily.
Aug. 20, 8 p. in-Recital, The class in
Shakespearean reading. (Universi-
ty hall.)
SPEND YOUR VACATION ON THE
GREAT LAKES
Travel via Detroit & Cleveland Nav-
igation Co. Daily service between De-
troit and Buffalo. Leave.Detroit 5:00
P. M. Leave Buffalo 6:00 P. M. Daily
service between Detroit and Cleve-
land; leave both points 10:45 P. M.,
arrive at destination early following
morning. Day trips Detroit and Cleve-
land July and August daily (except
Sundays) 8:30 A. M, arrive destina-
tion 4:00 P. M. Four trips per week
between Toledo, Detroit, Alpena, Mac-
kinac Island via coast line to Mac-
kinac. Railroad tickets are honored
on all D. & C. steamers.

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