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The Wolverine, 1919-06-26

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THE

OLVERINE

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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, $1.oo
Offices: Ann Arbor Press Building, Maynard Street
Phones: Business-96; Editorial-2414
e Hours: Managing Editor-:o o to ':oo o'clock. daily except Saturday; Business
Manager-i x:oo to 2 :o o'clock daily except Saturay,
arunications not to exceed goo words, if signed, the signature not necessarily to ap-
print, but as an evidence of faith, and notices of events will be published in The
ne at the discretion of the Editr, if left at or mailed to the office.
signed communications will receive no consideration. No manuscript wil be returned
he writer nloses postage.
Wolverinedoes not necessarily endorse the sentiments expressed in the communications
Mark K. Ehlbert....... ...............Managing Editor
Phone 2414-
J. Ellsworth Robinson.............B3usiness Manager
Phone 96o or r5oS
THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1919
DOMMENCEMENT: THE VICTORY, FESTIVAL OF EDUCATION
IEN VICTORY IS THE SHIBBOLETH OF THE DAY AND THE HOR-
OF WAR ARE FAST FADING INTO OBSCURIY, THERE IS A TEN-
, MERELY TO SURVEY THE RESULTS OF THE CONFLICT WITH-
AUSING TO INQUIRE INTO SOME OF THE FACTORS WHICH
POSSIBLE ITS SUCCESSFUL CONCLUSION. IN THIS RESPECT,
LTION ESPECIALLY IS DISREGARDED. . WHERE MEN OF TRAINED
LECTS HAVE PERFORMED DEEDS WORTHY OF COMMENDA-
THE EXCELLENCE OF THEIR WORK HAS NOT BEEN PROPERLY
BED TO THE INFLUENCES OF THEIR INSTRUCTION. THEY HAVE
LAUDED AS INDIVIDUALS, BUT NOT AS MEN IDENTIFIED WITH
IDED BY EDUCATION.
ME SHARE OF THIS TRIBUTE, HOWEVER, BELONGS TO EDU-
N, TO THAT INFLUENCE OF WHICH DEFOE SPOKE IN THE FOL-
[G CONNECTION:
HE SOUL IS PLACED IN THE BODY LIKE A ROUGH DIAMOND, AND
BE POLISHED, OR THE LUSTER OF IT WILL NEVER APPEAR.
['IS MANIFEST, THAT AS THE RATIONAL SOUL DISTINGUISHES
OM BRUTES, SO EDUCATION CARRIES ON THIS DISTINCTION,
AKES SOME LESS BRUTISH THAN OTHERS."
[ROUGHOUT THE WAR EDUCATION STRUGGLED AND SUFFERED
[OW, HAVING HAD A PAWyT IN CONQUERING, SHE MERITS THE
LEGE TO JOIN IN THE CELEBRATION OF VICTORY. HER INDI-
L FESTIVAL IS COMMENCEMENT WEEK.
IEN EDUCATION BEHOLDS HER SONS - MEN OF THE CLASSES
9 ,WHO, THROUGH ACTIVE OR POTENTIAL ASSISTANCE, HAVE
IN SAVING A WORLD FOR LIBERTY AND JUSTICE - SHE FEELS
THEIR VICTORY IS HER VICTORY. SHE HAS RENDERED THEM
ALLY FIT TO UNDERTAKE THE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
ADERS; SHE HAS PREPARED THEIR MINDS FOR THE CONCEIV-
F AN IDEAL; AND SHE HAS GRANTED THEM ITHE COURAGE TO
FOR AND To REALIZE THAT IDEAL. SHE HAS GIVEN THEM OF
TORE OF EARNING SHE HAS TAUGHTITHEM THATTHE MAN IS
,TtOrTH IE BRUTE, EVEN IN A TEST OF ARMS; SHE HAS
DI THE1 4 WITH THE WAND OF KNOWLEDGE. EDUCATION IS BUT
:FHER WHO SHARES IN THE GLORY OF HER SONS. SIE IS UN-
SH LIKE ALL MOTHERS: IF HER CHILDREN FAIL, SHE SUFFERS
THEM; IF THEY SUCCEED, SHE SHARES THEIR JOY.
IT THE MOTHER'S HAPPINESS DURING THE COMMENCEMENT
OF 1919 IS LESSENED BY THE SIGHT OF THE GOLD STARS
HER SERVICE FLAG. SHE REJOICES TO SEE AMONG THE GRAD-
MG CLASSES MANY WHO HAVE SERVED THE CAUSE; BUT SHE
NS FOR THOSE WHO WILL NEVER RETURN. VICTORY HAS BEEN
BUT ITS COST HAS BEEN GREAT.
qD NOW, WITH COMMENCEMENT WEEK DRAWING TO A CLOSE,
ATION SENDS HER CHILDREN FORTH UPON THE JOURNEY OF
NO GRIEF, HOWEVER, ATTENDS. THIS PARTING. SHE HAS
HER DUTY. IF HER CHILDREN HAVE NOT ACCPTED HER
KINGS, THEY ARE UNWORTHY OF HER FURTHER SOLICITUDE;
EY HAVE, SHE NEED NOT BE ANXIOUS.
IE YEAR OF\VICTORY IS AN AUSPICIOUS TIME FOR THE PASS-.
UT OF THE CLASSES OF '19. THEIR ALMA MATER WITNESSES
DEPARTURE IN THE HOPE THAT VICTORY MAY TRAVEL WITH
THE MISSION OF VISITING ALUMNI
rE OF THE MOST PLEASING OF THE EVENTS COINCIDENT WITH
ENCEMENT IS THE RETURN TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MANY OF
LD ALUMNI. VISITORS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME AT MICHIGAN,
RADUATES OF FORMER YEARS ARE DOUBLY SO.
IS THEY WHO KEEP US CONNECTED WITH THE PAST AND PRE-
US FROM LIVING ENTIRELY WITHIN THE NARROW CONFINES OF
RESENT. THEY REPRESENT TO US THE MICHIGAN OF OLD -
DEALIZED AND PERHAPS OVER-SENTIMENTALIZED MICHIGAN
[ICH WE REFER WITH DREAMINESS AND A TRACE OF ENVY IN
YES.
AIN, THE ALUMNI ARE MORE CAPABLE OF FORMING CORRECT
)NS OF THE UNIVERSITY AS IT IS, OF DECIDING WHETHER IT
ROGRESSED, WHETHER IT HAS MADE NO ADVANCE, OR
HER IT HAS RETROGRADED. WE OURSELVES, CONSCIOUS OF
ACK OF EXPERIENCE ANQ THE ABSENCE OF PERSPECTIVE, DO
ARE TO FORM CONCLUSIONS. FOR THESE WE TURN TO THE
U AND ASK FOR GUIDANCE AND HELP.
VSE A POPULAR PHRASE, LOOK US OVER. SCAN OUR FACULTY
LOOK OVER THE STUDENT BODY, MAKE A TOUR OF THE UNI-

TY BUILDINGS. IF WE HAVE PROGRESSED, HELP US TO AD-
FURTHER; SEND US STUDENTS - MEN OF BLOOD AND MUS-
ND BRAIN, AND AID US BY WHAT OTHER MEANS YOU POSSESS.
J HAVE REMAINED STATIONARY OR HAVE RETROGRADED, HELP
RECOVER AND TO RISE AGAIN TO THE POSITION WHICH MICHI-
IOULD HOLD.
E STRENGTH OF AN INSTITUTION LIES NOT ALONE IN ITS FAC-
OR ITS STUDENTS, BUT IN ITS ALUMNI - MEN WHO ARE
ELY INTERESTED IN ITS WELFARE. ALUMNI, MICHIGAN CALLS
YOU FOR CONTINUED SUPPORT.
E GRADUATING SENIORS WHO WENT HOME LAST SUMMER
I'HE SLOGAN OF "BRING BACK A MAN" CAN CONTINUE TO SERVE
UNIVERSITY BY ACTING UPON THE SLIGHTLY ALTERED MOTTO
ND BACK A MAN - A REAL, MICHIGAN TYPE OF MAN."
ASS PROPHECIES ARE INTERESTING DESPITE THE FACT THAT
N IS A PROPHET IN HIS OWN COUNTRY.
[JMNI, ARE YOU GOING TO HELP COMPLETE THAT UNION

Ye Colyum starts out under a mys-
terious heading because Ye Colyum is,
in this issue, a mysterious affair. Ye
Colyum Editor, who is sojourning at
his home in Ann Arbor's Ford-manu-
facturing suburb, has not sent in his
copy as per instructions, and it takev
the combined energies of Dr. Tom
Lovell, the publication pests, and the
managing editor to cover the deficit
caused by a temperamental genius(?).
Dr. Lovell, - being the most illus-
trious of the contributors to the first
column, deserves priority of space-
(All Rights Reserved)
When Our Great U. of M. Closes
1.
When our great U. of M. it closes
For the summer school for to begin
With teachers coming from other
states
Where intellectual work comes in
For the further improvement of the
mind
To frame and mould to win
By the teaching the youngsters after-
wards
In the rural districts where the school
begins.
2.
While in the summer school studying
By research in order to find
In being the recipient of the solution
Got at by the master mind
With the fight as clear as crystal
Now in transparent so fine in combined
By the scholartnever resting
Till that knowledge it is found mine.
3.
So that when the summer school is
over
By each lesson found overcome.
With each intellectual problem mas-
tered
To say a scholarship I've won
For with a master there is no idle
moments
Until all the work has been done
That takes the master scholar to do it
In being found a conquering one.
4.
For that's what a school it stands for
With the thinker and his play
For the mind must have its relaxa-
tion
To make the mind healthy and strong
each day
'For after it has been resting
By the mind being perfectly free for
to say
I can do my work far better
After hard work for a while any day.
DR. TOM LOVELL,
Poet Laureate.

28 Senior Girls
Partake of Lemon
.As the final event in which the see
nior women of the University were to
meet together the annual senior
breadfast was held Saturday, June 21,
at Helen Newberry residence. The
turn-out exceeded that of any former
year by a considerable margin, not
only the dining-room, but also the two
side verandas being requisitioned for
the lemon-eaters and their still-eman-
cipated class-mates.
Enthusiastic renditions of Michigan
songs featured the intervals between
courses, and toasts were given by
Dean Myra B. Jordan, Martha Guern-
sey, Emily Lomani, and Lucile Duff.
,Emma Riggs acted as toastmistress.
Following .thebreakfast, small slices
of the fatal citron were passed
around, and twenty-eight girls who
had been enticed into life-affiliation
with members of the other sex confess-
ed their weakness by indulging. They
are as follows: Lucile Duff, Dyme
1lodenstab, Helen Balz, Emily Loman,
Cecelia Classen, Groeso Gaines, Ethel
Gluz, fElizaboth Connor, Emma Riggs,
Zola Steele, Elizabeth McCormack,
Rheta Lee, Ethel Harwood, Twila
Ilaines, Olive Burch, Mildred Potter,
Eiladene Brown, Alice Brown, Helen
Webber, Florence Brugh, Clara
\Wohlfahrt, Antrynetta Pool, Elizabeth
Doughty. Lillian Ottmer, Margaret
Lippincott, Mary Tinsman, and Rose-
marie 1 Ianson.
255 Genesee Students to (raduate
Flint, Mich., June 25.--Two hundred
and fifty-eight graduates of Genesee
county schools will receive diplomas
Saturday. Superintendent of Public
Instruction Thomas E. Johnson will
deliver the address.
Wolverine delivered at your door
three times a week at $1.00 per term.

SUMMER SCHOOL STUDENTS
We offer quantities of New and Second Hand

TEXT BOOKS

for all departments. Our
BOOKS, FOUNTAIN

stock of LOOSE LEAF NOTE
PENS, Etc., Etc., is complete.

A Cordial Welcome and Unusual Service at

Wahr' s University Bookstores
For Traveling Anywhere Anytime
You will enjoy using the
A. B. A. Travelers' Cheeks 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 S. Main 330 S. State St.
tNickels Arcade)
. L
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 Restlts" 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 isg using Metol for finishing.
If you want the best results you will bring your films lere

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Two Doors from
Hill Auditorium

L YND ON'S

719 North
University Avenue.

And the Regents didn't give
Lovell an honorary degree for
an addition to the world's Belles
tres.

Soft kCO4LLARS
Very superior in fit and wear,
It pays to ask for Arrows.
CLUETT, PEABODY & CO., INC. MAKERS
NIKELS ARA E is the way to the
postofficeMAliest ic Theater, School of
Music, "Wolverine" and other promi-
nent places.

Dr.
such
Let-

Hl i
Veteran-"Yes, I lost my good right
arm at the capture of Nancy."
Rustic-"Dew tell. I never thought
them Russian women could fight like
that."
She Dressed Exceedingly Plane
Gertie-"Whatcher gonan wear to
the Carpenters' Ball this evening?"
Maggie-"Me tulle!"
Do You Know That-
The expression "good old days" has
been used 23,752 times since 8:30
o'clock Monday morning?
92,783 glasses of Coca Coca and 76,-
620 of root beer have been consumed
in Ann Arbor since May 1, 1918?
5,723 pairs of cuff buttons and
8,645 harmless and cutless silver pock-
et knives have been received here
within the past two weeks?
13 members of the graduating class
have been offered positions not de-
scribed as "just what I wanted"?
832,438 men with an average bank
account of $242.33 apiece have, within
the past three weeks, told 888,894 high
school graduates how to be successful
in life.
11 engaged senior women did not
partake of the lemon at the senior
breakfast?
6,103 graduating seniors are going
out to conquer the world with oyster
forks instead of pruning forks?
5,999 seniors have severed their fi-
nancial relations with Aran Arbor
banks -by drawing balances averaging
23 cents apiece?
A situation someone akin to that of
the present editor of Ye Colyum.
"Y" EMPLOYMENT SECRETARY
HAS JOB AND ROOM LIST

LIBERTY STREET !-
MAJESTI SCHOOLOF t/
THEATER i music NOR
IA'
- ) NICKELS ARCADE
O F lBANKI}.
Il A
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Do you want a beautiful campus view?
Call at 713 East Uniyersity Avenue
YOU CAN GET
Satisfactory Results frop Your Films if you leavMe tam t'Quarry's.
THE SWAINS,
WILL DEVELOP AND UPRNT ThE
SCHAEBERLE & SON, Music House
110 SO. MAIN ST.
Complete line of High Grade Pianos, Player
Pianos, Victrolas, Victor Records
All String and -Wind
EUFInstruments
SEE US FOR YOUR MUSICAL WANTS

II

At the store of
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels ArcadTe
you will find a complete line of
TYPEWRITERS
University, Fraternity, plain and fancy
stationery; also writing and typewrit-
ing materials of all kinds.
TYPE WRrTING and
MIIEOGRAPHING

IT

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Freeman S

Washington Street

egular Boarders and Transients
$5.50, $6.50 and $7.00 per lvesk
Lonches 4C oDinners doc
Sunday Dinners 75c
One Block North from Hill .$ ditorium

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IT'S LIKE BURNING MONEY
Summer School students have heavy expenses. Their
work does not require all of their time. The balance, if
not utilized, means that an equivalent of the summer's
expenses is wasted. It's just like-burning mnoeey. Eevry
Summer School pupil can utilize his spare time to splen-
did advanhage by taking a business course. It is sure to
be worthi a great ilseal to you. At least it has to others.
Before deciding what to do with that spare hour each
day, call at TIlE SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND, 711 N.
University Ave. (2nd floor) and let us explain our course
to you. We know we can give you information that will
help you. Investigate before deciding.
SELBY A. MORAN, Principal.
The School of Shorthand

Absolutely..
The Coolest Place in Town
Air Changed Once a Minute
ICE CREAM and HOME
MADE CANDIES
The Sugar BoWl
Phone 967 109 SO. STATE
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Anh'Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $650,000.00
Reboures ........$4,040,000.00
Northwes r . ~ Man & HB Turon.

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L-CAMPUS QUESTION: "GETCHA GRADES YET?"
"FAREWELL TO YOU, OLD STATE STREET,
AND SO-LONG, TAPPAN HALL.'
GOOD-BYE TO YOU, DEAR BARBOUR GYM,
LIBRARY CHIMES AND ALL.
THO' WE SAIL ACROSS THE OCEAN,
WEREMEMBER TIMES' OLD TIE.
SO NOW ADIEU, FAREWELL TO YOU,
I' f nTfVF ''7~~aiTU T (1 A ~T rvfv~T'n ~'vT1

Students who wish to obtain work
during the Summer session may ap-
ply at the office of the employment
secretary at the University Y. M. C. A.,
as there are a number of positions
available.
The "Y" is also listing rooms for
rent. Landladies having rooms to let
to Summer school students are re-
quested to communicate with the em-
ployment secretary.

(Established in 188)

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