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(Continued from Page ,)1
inltelligently. were given the second
ideexamination. . .
eStatistics of 100,000 .ses from the
1,500,000 examinations made . by the
army psychologists show that 4.3 per-j
E cent of the enlisted men were of Al
ly intelligence; 8 percent B, 15.9-per-;
cent C plus, 264 percent C, 24.8 per-1
Bsing cent C plus, 17 percent D, and 3.2s
krbor percent D plus. Of ,the officers 55.6 per:
al In- Icent were rated A, 28.4 percent B,
12.5 percent C plus, 3.2 percent C, and
.3 percent C plus.
IELD Scale Rates Officers
N E The D plus man was a faVy good
soldier but was lacking in initiative,
the C plus man, was a ;good soldier,
the C man an excellent sldier, the C
plus man good material for non-com-
missioned officer, and the B and A
J men were of officer caliber.
Listing the men, according to their
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occupations in civilian life, the scale
ranged front the engineer at tie top
to the laborer at the bottom. The
significent fact. Professor Berry de-
clared, was that the laborer stood
l'owest. making 20 percent of the men
of the United States *ho are engag-'
ed in gainful occupations of the low-
er intellectual class.
ELEVEN.CONCERTS.ON MUSIC
PROG RA1 FOR COMING YEAR
(Continued from Page 1)'
violin; Lorris Bailey, who has succeed-
ed Ugo Ara, viola,'and Iwan d'Arch~
ambean, 'cello.
The final number in the extra

series will take place on Feb. 28,
when the New York Chamber Muslc
society, which made such a fine im-
pression last year, will again ,be
heard in a program of ensemble num-
Lers. Its director, Carolyn Beebe, as
wefl as the other ten members are all
musicians of first rank, who have won
honors both as soloists and in ensem-
ble.
Course tickets for both or either
series,may be ordered by mail. All
orders will be filed in order and filled'
about Oct. 1. For the pre-festival ser-
ies the price (including $3 May festiv-
al coupon) is $4.50, $5, $5.50, $6. Pat-
rons tickets, first choice, $7). For
the extra series $2 and $2.50.

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LAST TIMES TODAY
EARLEvw IL I M

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"AMASTER STROKE"
Star Comedy, "Pills for Papa" - Bray Pictogi
TOMORROW AND SATURDAY

ITHAN YOU!

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FOR RE''
SAUNDERS' CANOE LIVERY

The Wolverine, as it appr~aches the termination of what has prob-
ably been the most successful year in its history. 'wishes to thank its
many friends for the part which they have played in making this suc-
cess possible.
May we not mention, in particular, our advertisers. A newspaper
cannot exist on news alone, even in these times when this commodity
is so plentiful! Its expenses are largely borne by its advertisers. This
year the Wolverine faced a number of problems which had not hitherto
arisen, and it found it necessary to increase its advertising rates. Did
our friends say our rates were too high? Look at any issue of the Wol-
verine and answer the question for yourself. Do you realize that in
supporting the Wolverine these merchants 'have been YOUR friends?
Have you returned the favor? Do you buy your supplies from Wol-
verine advertisers? Think it over. Try it before you leave for home.
To these merchants, our friends, we want to acknowledge our apprecia-
tion. They have stood by us and in so doing have lent their aid for a
bigger summer school and what its growth means tb Ann Anbor, for
these are the things the Wolverine has stood for. These merchants are
men with a vision-a bigger, better Wolverine, a larger Summer School
and a greater Ann Arbor. May we not thank them again, before intro-
ducing them to you.

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On the Huron River

ke

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Kodak With You

needs.

is a Kodak that is just suited to your
It is our business to help you fid it.

We have the eqtipment and the' supplies and
we "do the rest." Come and see us.

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Y OTHER SPORT-
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%K AMATEURS THIS STORE IS G. 1. Q.
as, Photographic Helps and Conveiences
ake Picture Making all the Easier,-Film
and Papgr
EVERYTHING'S HERE,
YNDON AND COMPANY
719 NORTH UNIVERSITY

American Cigar Store
Ann Arbor Dairy Company
Ann Arbor Hat Cleaning Company
Ann Arbor Press
Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Ann Arbor Sugar'Bowl
Arcade Barber Shop
Arcade Cafeteria
Arcade Theatre
Armory (Dancing)
Becker's Delicatessen
Besimer's Grill Room'
Betsy Ross Shop
Blighty.
Blue Front Cigar Store
BluMaize Blossom Shop
Cadillac Garage
Calkins Drug Company
Chubb Dining Room
Connor's Ice Cream Company
City Taxi & Baggage Conpany
Cutting Dining Room
Detroit "Creamery Company,
Detroit Edison Company
Detroit United .Railway
Failing Dining Room
Farmers & Mechanics Bank
Fountain of Youth
Freeman Dining 'Room
Graham Book Store
The Grey Shop
Grinnell Brothers .
Haller & Fuller

Hamilton Business College
Cswald Katz
C eo. Kyer
Liberty Tea Shop
.utz Clothing Store
Lyndon & Company
TPhe Lyndon Shop
Larned Hardware Store,
1\ack & Company
Majestic Theatre
Malcolm, the Tailor
Michigan State Telephone Com pany
Millen's Busy Store
Moe Sporting Goods
0. D. Morrill
Win. Purfield
Quang Tung Lo
Quarry Drug Company
Household Moving Company
Rentschler Studio
Reule, Conlin, Fiegel Company
Saunders Canoe Livery
Saunders Hair Shop
Spedding Studio
Students' Lunch Room
!,?s. Swain
Swiss Garment Shop
Trubey Confectionery
University Music House
Varsity Toggery Shop
Wahr's University Book Store
White Swan Laundry Company
The "Y" Inn

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A cow-punching "Cupid" with an irrestible impuIseto
marry off all his friends - - but when his turn came he
had to have help.
Lassoing from horseback a speeding tin lizzie by one
wheel until it runs around in a circle like a frightened,
tethered horse is an unusal method of keeping a rival
from following one's sweetheart to N.Y. That's what
Will Rogers does.
Presents
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Rogers is a continous chuckle-getter from his first
pearanCe in the film until the fRin1 fliCker.
Capiol omey. EALBURS I "TO{ --1M 9a P !.

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Expert*.arcelling
[cious Special Blricks,
Every Sunday
One from Our Dealer
Next Sunday

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For 30 days we offer our Entire Stock of Men's and Women's Shoes and Oxfords
in Cordovan, Calf, Kid,, and Canvas, in Regular and Brogue Patterns
See Show Window for Prices
You can positively save from $1.15 to $4.15 if you take advantage of this unusual

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[d at the best Soda Fountains
over Thfee Hundred Michi-
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A. CONNOR ICE CREAM CO.
416 FOURTH STREET

Allmand & Forsythe

Campus Bootery

120 East Liberty

304 South State

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