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The Wolverine, 1918-08-20

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WEI TFWO
WuerthTheater
Evening--y:oo, 8:oo and o:oo
Afternon-:3o and 4:00
Phone-x60- j
PROGRAM FOR AUGUST
Tes-Wed--o--Charlotte Walker s
"Men." Also Comedy.
Tho-Fi-o-3-W. S. Hansino"The_
ell-Hound o Aaska." AlsoIolmeo
Tavels ad Comedy, "He Got Hs" -
Sa2t-v -Ms. Venon Castle so The -
Mysteiuo Client" Also News and
Comedy, "O the jomp."
Sun-tor-25-6-Lin Cavalses rs
"Lov's Coqet," Also Desse
Comedy, "Fied."'
Tes-Wed- ay-a-Lonise Gloam in
"Shackled." Alsm Comedy, "What's
In the Trunk?"
OrpheumTheater
Aftenoon-2:3o and 4 00
Evning-7:oo, 5:oo and zo:oos
Phoe-s6oj
PROGRAM FOR AUGUST =
Tues-zo-Vivian Martin in "The Fair
Barbarian." Also Comedy (Ret.)
Wed-a-W. S. Hart in "The Bandit
and the Preacher." Also Comedy
(Ret.)
Thur-Fri-a-3-William Desmond in
"Iell't End." Also OHenry Story.
Sat-24-Monroe Salsbury in "Hands=
Don." Also News and Comedy."y
SnMon-as'6-Roy Stesat in "By
Pey" As Serial 13, "Vengeance
and the Woman."-
Tues-27-Geraldine Farrar in .The
Devil Stone." Alo Cmedy (Ret.)_
Wed-a8-Dorothy Dalton in -"ove _
Letters," Also Comedy (Ret.)
IIfUlIllililllll 1Ii11il111IIIEIII Jhir
ARCADE
SHOWS AT 3:o, 630, 8:0, 0:30
sse Unless Otherwise Speified.
PROGRAM FOR AUGUST
Tues-o-tthel Clayton in "The Man
Mnt" and Christie Comedy, "The
Milky Way."'
:Wd-a--Dolly Sisters in "The Mil-
lion Dolla Dollies" (Ret.) and
S.en Telegam.
Thurs-Fri--a23-Mae Marsh in "The
Glorious Adventure'" and Christie
Comedy, "Here Comes the Grohm."
20c.
Courteolss and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $50,000.00
Resources . . $4,000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron.
707 North University Ave.
Open A L L Summer
TUTTLE'S
Lunch Room
LUNCHS, SODAS
AND TOBACO
338 SO. STATE ST.

THE WOLVERINE

Zbe (~olerine
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 319
Agnes L. Asele-Business Manager
Phone 960 or 1892
Editorial
James C. J. Martin.......
..............Detachment Editor
Louise A. Irish ...... Women's Editor
Paul A. Shinkman ........ Dramatics
Cordell,. Kemper ..............Music
,Reporters
Mary Rhodes Naomi Bradley
N. A. Gleason . Herbert Hobart
Business Assistants
William Wachs Warren C. Parmenter
TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1918
Some time ago the Wolverine com-
mented editorially upon the rumor
that the German Crown Prince and
his army had been captured, which
appeared in Ann Arbor in the form
of a telegram posted in the window
of a local place of business, purport-
ing to be a Times-News dispatch. We
have recently been assured by the
Times-News that it was not responsi-
ble in any way for this dispatch, that
it did not authorize its publication
and had never even received it. We
are very glad to make and publish this
statement on behalf of the Times
News.
Special Values
in
Writing Papers
and
Correspondence Cards
Sheehan & Co.
C. W. Graham, Prop.

t r _

KEEP THE COLLEGES OPEN
There is much sound truth behind
Secretary of War Baker's assertion C -
to the House military committee yes- Bracing
terday that to exempt college stu- N o
dents as a class would be "thoroughly Non-Intoxicating Beverage
undemocratic." Not only would such
an action be open to the charge of Every normal person craves a drink that not only quenches the thin
class favoritism but it would also is vitalized by food elements. They long for something that will brace
leave open a loophole for the slacker up-cheer, invigorate and strengthen them-something that has in i
to escape service. There are undoubt-
edly some few who would be nmall properties that make for health, increased vim and new vitality.
enough men to take it. Here is a new drink-non-intoxicating, but rich in the strength
But nevertheless college men are energizing, tonic elements that give health and strength.
needed both for the immediate conduct
of the war as officers, and as leaders
in the reconstructive period. This is
a fact that can't be dodged. The
problem is to keep the valuable man in is a beverage of mild, delicious flavor which exactly suits the taste of the
school, and to prevent the slacker drinker-and of everybody else.
from taking advantage of the situa- It is snappy, piquant, sparkling and satisfying.
tion. Some way must be evolved to And it is excellent for the appetite and digestion-an efficient and
solve this problem if the best inter- able tonic for the weak, nervous, sleepless and debilitated.
ests of the nation are to be guarded. It never loses its sparkle and its character, no matter how long it is
It has been suggested that the col- and it always satisfies.
leges and universities be put on the Order a case today; you'll be delighted with it, and the more you
same footing as an officer's training the better
camp, in that men to enter must prove
that they have ability to warrant Excelo Beverage Co.,
their receiving the special training. It Detroit, Mich.
would also be helpful if the draft prin- Trade supplied by NATE HORNING, Phone 1778-M, 208 S. 4th
cipal could be applied, forcing men
to return to their schools if their
training and gifts are such that they
would be of more potential value to
the nation there than on the firing FOR RENT--Four most desirable un- Chinese and Amerean Dish
line. It is very necessary that some furnished house-keeping rooms with OPEN ALL SUMMER
way out of the difficulty be found im- bath, half way between Main and Try GEORGE'S CROP SUE
mediately before the new draft strips
the educational institutions of all of State Sts. Inquire 344 Liberty Ct WAI KING LOO
their men. Phone 15 7-J. 21-i2t 14 S. State St. Phne 124
Distinctive Fall Appaerl
has arrived from New York and other leading fashion centers, and now awaits
the inspection of discriminating women in the second floor fashion salons.
THE SUITS
Navy blue predominates as a color. Nearly all models are belted and
fashioned on conservative lines.
Serge, poplin, and velour, are favored fabrics, in navy, brown, oxford,
® and tan.
THE WOOL DRESSES
Developed in serge, wool jersey, and satin and serge combinations.
0 Representing favored autumn colorings-navy, burgundy, taupe, ot-
tle green, midnight blue,,brown, and tan.
Generous use of silk military braid, wool embroidery, and unusual
vest effects, characterize this collection.

THE SILK DRESSES
Satin, Georgette, and satin and Georgette combinations furnish the
material.
Accordian pleated skirts, distinctive neck lines, and wide sleeves at the
wrists, are a few of their style details,
Colors are plum, navy, black, brown, and taupe.

THE EBERBACH & SON COMPANY
200-204 E. Liberty Street
CHEMICALS, DRUGS, SUNDRIES
Always Good Quality
The Best the Market Affords
THE WATERWAY BETWEEN
DETROIT & BUFFALO
The D & C Steamship Line, with daily service from Detroit to C eveland, and
1Deteit tno faloaffordsatfavorierouteifortavelhetwenthese petolpat Great
Saks poia The two " nGiantSteamers o the Lkes"-City of D t Dot Ill an dCy
oifGieveland 51-lnosue the hit otainable In the way at tlnxutous ann tntmes.
exmcelletse sod panstaking service. The 0. A C. dioing onserie isua psted,
Great Lakes ln Fo s and other appetizin enm sbeing notesorthse atu re The
saety sod healthoatpssoengees aseealsh bnadantl' proided to, all steamers hei
edwithwieless seceand other mnden nety devices.
essppo wih w ma STEAMER SCHEDULES
Boffas steamems leveeDeteotdaly at5:00FP.in,, Central Time, aeevtg at Buffnlo,
9:00 A R.tEasternTime. Cleveland steamers lete Detrotday at tea5P. H., Ceo-
teal Timeatriag at Clneeland, :00 A. M., Cetral Time, Sametintechedtmesn
efetmrm Buffalo to Detroit and Cleveland to Detroit. Also regutan otesmer oervic
from Tledo asd Detroitto nacinclslandanod Lake Huontway poets.
Rail tlokets honoree for tansportatio non D&.C Linteamers in either direction.
Asaour ticket agent to route you via D.& C. Line, making connections with rail lines
to ponts Rast.
a SEN 2eSTAMP For illustrated pamphlet and Great Lakes Map. Address, L. G.
Lewis,.G. P. A., Detroit, Michigan.
DETROIT & CLEVELAND NAVIGATION COMPANY
P sip H. M illanPe es.
8.'" ....A.A.Schatz, Vce-Pes. Gen'LMr.f".v

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