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The Wolverine, 1919-07-10

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OFFICIAL STUDENT NEWSPAPER OF THE SUMMER SESSION
OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Published Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoons
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second-class matter
Subscription by carrier or mail, $i.oo
Offices: Ann Arbor Press Building, Maynard Street
Phones: Business-96o; Editorial-2414
lice Hours: Managing Editor- :oo to 2:oo o 'clockdaily except Saturday; Business
Manager-x :o0 to 2;:oo o'clock daily except Saturday
ommunications not to exceed 300 words, if signed, the signature not necessarily to ap-
in print, but as an evidence of faith, and notices of events will be published in The
erine at the discretion of the Editor, if left at or mailed to the office.
nsigned communications will receive'no consideration. No ,manuscript wll be returned
sthe writer incloses postage.
'he Wolverine does not necessarily endorse the sentiments expressed in the communications.
Mark K. Ehlbert......................Managing Editor
- Phone 2414
J. Ellsworth Robinson.................Business Manager
Phone 960 or 1505
er M. Campbell.............City Editor Howard Weeks..............Column Editor
n Marx...............Associate Editor Chas. R. Osius Jr..........Directory Editor
mbroke Hart.............Sports Editor Martha Guernsey............Women's Editor
Mark B. Covell..............Assistant Business Manager
Thornton W. Sargent Jr....................Issue Editor
REPORTERS
F. G. Merz Robert W. Taylor
BUSINESS STAFF
Schneider George H. Heideman Richard Laambrecht
James C. Coston William Wachs
THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1919.
SUMMER SCHOOL ATHLETICS
Vith the coming of the heat waves and the consequent loss of muscular
gy, students reshape their lives better to fit in with the season's require-
.s - or lack of requirements. They begin doing their tasks half-heart-
and avoiding all exercise more strenuous than the paddling of a canoe.
'.allow themselves to succumb to the attack of Summer, failing to real-
he disadvantages of surrendering themselves completely. The maxim
t a sound mind and a sound body is too well known to bear repetition,
ummer school students seem to be wholly oblivious of the need for physi-
xercise. It is with these facts in mind that we begin to advocate a series
hletic contests to be played during the Summer term.
rhe tennis tourney, for which entries are now being made, should attract
y followers of the court game. The sport is well adapted to meet the
mer student's need for exercise and is not of too strenuous a type. Prizes
be offered to the winners in the matches and there should be some real
tsmanlike competition.
For swimming, on the other hand, Ann Arbor offers very limited facil-
However, inasmuch as Michigan hopes to have a Varsity aquatic team
,year, men intending to try out for the tank aggregation should avail
selves of every opportunity to improve their form.
:n addition to tennis and swimming as suitable for participation by stu-
s of the Summer session, interfraternity matches in tennis or baseball
Id hold some place on the season's schedule. A large number of fra-
ty men are attending the present Summer term and practically all of
louses could organize teams.
At any rate there are enough possibilities so that something in the line of
ner athletics can be started. The tennis tourney offers promise of sup-
g one need. Let's support it.

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On the Other Hand-
Prize ontest!
One large bouquet of rubber pans-
ies will be given to the bird who will
invent a pants pocket that will not
spill everything all over the floor
every night as you hang 'em up.
A Little Late
Hush, little barroom, don't you cry,
You'll be a drugstore by and by,
And across your counter they will sell
Square black bottles of the same old
effervescence.
We've heard rumors that the war is
is over. Yet the stores continue to
sell these war quality matches, every
fifth one lighting when scratched and
leaving great black curls of smoke
in the air.
One of the papers said. "Toledo
Dozes on Eve of Big Battle." How like
Toledo on any other eve, nowadays.
Speaking of Greek dancing one may
get an eyeful any night watching the
shoe-shiners at the boat-house tear
off a gavotte.
-Cosmopolitan Henry
Henry Doan was a Plymouth visitor
Monday. (And then a little farther
down.) Henry Doan was a Northville
visitor Saturday. -Ann Arbor T. N.
"Earth's interior not molten mass."
--Professor Hobbs. Well, now, what
can we blame this hot spell on?
What Are the Queens Doing?
Two hundred seventy-eight kings are
now jobless according to the latest
rumor.
Do They All Own Shinola Outfits
One thing that is a mystery to us is
how women keep their shoes shined.
You never see a pair that needs a
polish and you never see 'em getting
one in any of our Hellenic parlors.
Hudson's advertise 'shell pink union
suits." Of course they must have pearl
buttons.
The paper said that the crew of the
R-34 would never have reached Am-
erica if they hadn't had a victrola and
a cat named Jazz along with them.
That balloon isn't the first thing that's
been kept up all night with Jazz and
a victrola, either.
Jack Spratt could eat no fat,
His spouse refuses lean;
But one thing they agree upon,
They bdth like canned Eggine
For breakfast bacon they abhor;
Ham or sausage never takes
A place upon their bill-of-fare;
They choose Fermented Flakes.
Their luncheon is a simple meal,
No juicy steak or fowl;
They both munch contentedly
On a pre-digested Turkish Towel.
Bran mash their dinner favorite is;
And oft I've heard 'em say,
That the dessert that they liked best
Was good old Uneeda Bala Hay.
Snared from the ads: "Do you know
Myrtle Green?" "A new shade in silk
stockings."
Since when have they been calling
the girls shades?

You know there's nothing in the
world like a h.ammock for bringing the
young people together.
"Yes," said the author as he gnawed
on the end of his pencil, "in my works
I make use of anything I choose."
And the Clerk Blushed
"Pardon me," said the lady, "I want
a sample of cloth for a bathing suit."
"Yes," said the stude as he listened
to the lecture without taking a note,
"I've got it all in a nutshell."
-H. W.
LONDON TO HAVE THEATER FOR
SHAKESPEARE'S PLAYS ONLY
London, July 9.-London is planning
a national Shakespeare theater. Sir
Johnstone Forbes-Robertson, well
known in the United States, heads a
joint committee which is empowered to
select members of a prominent com-
pany to act the bard's plays the ;year
'round in their own playhouse.
The company's season will open at
Stratford-on-Avon August 2, tour the
provinces, and then make its London
appearance. Only experienced Shake-
spearean actors will be engaged, and
they will present the entire repertoire

REMODELLING OF K. OF C.
1O'tE PROGRESSES RAPIDLY
Building To Be Ready For Occupation
By October; Will le Recre-
atIonal Center

SUMMER SCHOOL STUDENTS
We offer quantities of New and Second Hand

TEXT BOOKS

Construction work on the Knights
of Columbus house at 504 South State
street is- going forward at a rapid
rate. The frame work of the building
is practically completed, and work on
tiling the roof has begun.
The structure was formerly a soror-
ity house and it has now been enlarg-
ed until it will be almost twice the
size of the old building. It is ex-.
pected that the place will betfinished
and ready for use by October.
When school commences it will be
open at all hours of the day, and will
be a recrc'ational center with read-
ing rooms, lounging rooms, and a
billiard ball. A large sum is being
:expended on the work.
During the existence of the S. A. T.
C. the old house was used as a head-
quarters for the Knights of Columbus,
and continued as such until remodel-
ing work forced the offices to be
moved to the present quarters above
Calkin's drug store.
POST-MORTEM REVEALS TEIES
WILLARD FELL IN FIRST ROUND
Toledo, O., July 9. - Moving pic-
tures of the Jack Dempsey-Jess Wil-
lard heavyweight championship con.-
test revealed the fact that the ex-cham-
pion was floored seven times in the
first round of the match by the pres-
ent holder of the heavyweight laur-
els.
C'APT1. C. F. LAUER TO SPEAK
AT TRINITY L I HERA NHURCH
Capt. C. F. Lauer, chaplain in the
130th infantry, A. E. F., will speak
Sunday evening at the Trinity Luther-
an church on some phase of the,
church work in the reconstruction
period. Captain Lauer was in active
service at the front where he was cit-
ed for gallantry in action.
Soldiers and Summer school stu-
dents are extended a special invita-
tion to attend the lecture.
Patronize our advertisers.

for all departments. Our stock of LOOSE LEAF NOTE
BOOKS,' FOUNTAIN PENS, Etc., Etc., is complete,

A Cordial Welcome and Unusual Service at

Wahr's University Bookstores I
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For Traveling Anywhere Anytimce
You will eniey using the
A. B. A. Travelers' Checks as issued by this bank. They
come in denominations of $10, $20, $50 and $100, are cashed
by Banks, Hotels, Railroads, etc., without identification.
ASK US
Farmers & Mechanics Bank .
101-105 5. Main 330 S. State St.
tNickeis Arcade)
Go to LYNDON'S 719 N. UNIVERSITY AVE.
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THE PRESIDENT'S RECEPTION

the reception to be given Friday afternoon by President Harry B.
hins for the students of the Summer session affords them an opportu-
to establish a closer personal contact with the chief executive of the
ersity. Students have few~such chances and should avail themselves of
privilege of meeting President Hutchins.
'he reception Friday will be a significant one in the history of the Uni-
ty, for it will probably be the last'one at which Dr. Hutchins will appear
resident of the University of Michigan. Students of the Summer school
ld consider it their duty as well as their pleasure to attend their recep-,
to do honor to President Hutchins, and to pay a part of the tribute
h Michigan owes to her retiring executive.

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CORONA
L. C. Smith
Remington
Underwood
Hammond and
other makes of typewriters
bought, sold, rented, exchanged,
cleaned, repaired.

Do you want a beautiful campus view?
Call at 713 East University Avenue
YOU CAN GET
Satisfactory Results from Your Films if you leave them at Quarry's.

THE SWAINS
WILL DEVELOP-AND PRINT THEM

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110 SO. MAIN ST.
Complete line of Hig Grade Pianos, Player
Pianos, Victrolas, Victor Records
All String and Wind
Instrtsments
SEE US FOR YOUR MUSICAL WANTS

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A FABLE

Once there was a student who -studied books. Over volumes of lan-
ge, history, economics, science, and law, he spent the years of his
ege life. His brain became a catacomb for the storage of millions of
s, in many cases unapplied to his own life, but facts nevertheless. He
I himself aloof from the company of his fellows and chose for his sole
ipanions the dusty texts fromlibrary shelves. He never knew nature
ept as he examined it through the microscope or on the dissecting board.
And then there was another student who tempered his study of books
i the study of his fellow creatures. He studied books, but he withheld
gment on the facts until he had had an opportunity to apply them to real
He enjoyed the companionship of his many friends and he sought wis-
e in the book of human nature. When some of his friends were discussing
'al or philosophical questions, he would often cast aside the printed vol-
e and join in the conference. He did npt look upon his fellow students as
.ous philosophers of a senseless creed; rather, he argued sympathetically
i them, to correct and to be corrected. He knew nature, he breathed in
xaony with the animate things about him.
The first man became a lawyer. He seldom won a case. He had studied
chology, but not its application. He could not understand his clients,
purists, or his judges, nor was he understood by them.
The second man also became a lawyer. He was successful. He had stud-
another psychology text - humanity.
From books comes knowledge; from books and men comes wisdom.
The Ann Arbor Chinks have closed 'up their Chop Suey joints. Wonder
his is a protest against the disposal of the Shantung peninsula.
Being the chaperoning patrolman and watching the spooning couples
Belle Isle for 22 years isn't the worst job in the world.
A convict refuses to leave Sing Sing. Theres' no place like home.
"Packers Have a Santa Claus" - News headline. And they're cer-
ly playing Old Nick with meat prices.

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TYPEWRITING and
MIMEOGRAPHING
A Specialty

400,000 Troops Still Overseas
Washington, July 9. - Few more
than 400,000 troops remained overseas
on July 1, the war department an-'
nounced this afternoon.
Subscribe for The Wolverine.

O. D. MORRILL
17 NICKELS ARCADE

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A Little Sale of
Gingham frocks
at $6,75'

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They are just the sort of dresses the college
wonan wants for campus wear-simply but dis-
tinctively styled.

TYPE W RITER S
FOR RENT
OR SALE
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BUSINESS
COLLECE
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Absolutely..
The Coolest P1pce in Town
Air Changed Once a Minute
ICE CREAM and HOME
MADE CANDIES
The Sugar Bowl
Phone 967 109 SO. STATE
Courteous and satistactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The An[Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $580',000.00
Resources .........$4,000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron.

Quite a number are in pretty pink and blue
checks-or perhaps fine delicately colored plaids.
Then, too, there is a good assortment in the
larger, more strikingly colored patterns.
Collars and cuffs of white organdie add a
dainty touch to the neck and sleeves of not i few
of these frocks.

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