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July 06, 1911 - Image 2

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The Wolverine, 1911-07-06

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TOP, WOLVERINF

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Official Photographer to Michigan
Athletics for i14 years.
Studio: 319 E. Huron St. Phone 961-L
Student's Supply StoreI
F lor your Note Books, F ountan Pen,
Stationery, ENGINEER'S SUPPLIES,
Candy, Cigars, Etc.11i1 S. Unisversity
UNIVERSITY
School of Music
MAYNARD STREET
SUMMIER SESSION
Eight Weeks All Branches
Fall semester will begin
Oct. 2-30 Artist Teachers
Send far ilutrated caalue
CHARLES A. SINK
Secretary

THE WOLVERINE
Tri-weekly poblication of thc studenis
of thec University of Michigan Sommer
Session.
Managisng Editor-Harold G. MeGee.
Business Manager-John H. Payne.
OUSINtSO STAFF
Assistanlt Business Malinger-Victor H.
L~awn.
Address : T t WOLVtINt, Press
Bldg., Mayinard Strcct, Ann Arbor,
M ichigani.
Office Houlrs: I :00 to 2 :3o P. in.
daily.
Bell Phone, 960.
Subscription Rates: Local, seventy-
five cents fortiensumer; mailed to
ansy addrcss for one dollar.
Advertising Rates: Purtnishrd tupon
applicationt to the Buosiness Manager.
Eiditor Today-Rotns.fIt. GnjcvoT.
THURSDAYV, JULY 6, tpst
CALENDAR
July 7-Respect for the Lasv, address
lit Pres. 11. B.tHutchins in University
Halt, at 8.
July 7-Receptioin in Barbour gsysna-
5s001 for summer school studeints, at
Jtuly Is-The Inediatn Trihes of Mexico,
illustrated lecture isp Prof. J. R. At-
leintsssest lecture roois, shysics lots-
cratory, at 5.
Jully ii- Tolstoi, lecture -bs Prof. C. L.
Meader, isswest lectnrc, coons, phys-
ics lahoratory, at p.
MentsltHygiene, lectureehy Heats V.
C. Vaughan in west amphitheater,
Medical huilding, at 8.
July i2-Methods of Learnittg is Ant-
sat and Man, lecture by Ass't Prof.
J. F. Shepard int west lecture rooms,
physics laboratory, at 5.
Concet, faculty of School of Music,
intse tihigh schsool auditoriutm, at 8.
July t3-The Moral Aspect of Words-
worth's Poetry, lecltre by Prof. S. F.
-Gitigerieb of Goshets College, its west
leetitre rooim, physics laboratory, at 5.

July 14-What Should University Grad-
uates do for Good Govertnmenit? ad-
dress bsy Gov. Chase S. Osbortn, in
Utniversity Hall, at 8.
Greetiiigs to yost, sutmmner school slt-
dletits, y'ou wsho boast "Vacations stay
eome and vacatiotnsstay go, bt wse
swork on forever." We're glad you're
here.
Nowsvyot've paid yottr tuitiotn, paper-
covered yostr booktsantd tried, that trw
foutttain pen ons theefiest isagc of the
notebnok, slop ta stmomentt while we
preach. Foermany genetatiotis it hss
beteis customtars to adsvistesiewcotmers,
"osst be a gritid."To sary the mniot-
ons, sic are gotig to say, Be ai grind."
Grinsd, tndgrindl hardl sshite you tire
grtncbng.iBtdonit Ikeep syoitt iose to
tlht ssheel too oag at a stretch-iit isighst
driw the tenster.VsWtether you are
learing howv better to techt the pustpils
of Urbsvcillc tints schtoollion' toitell
the birts frioit the flosscis or repieatig
'Sti''"hyretqutestiiteserse yosir
griiidiig si-it ainsocisionait pltage into
ciooliiigbahaisof uiischiolastic activity. it
takes for scientific ecoiioimy Of effort,
stud it wsilpy
TEXTS TO Oh CAkTALOGUED
FOR UE OF PEtiTGOGUP.S.

Hot Weathser Specials-Light Cloth-
insg, Utiderecar, Hose, Tics, Straw Hats,
atsd other fixntgs at smnall prices. Allen's
Good Clothes Store, Maiu St. P-10.
Law Books for Sunsmer Schnool. Larg-
est ntockn in Michignt. New and second
hand. C. B. Barthell, 326 5. Slate Stk,
second floor. Tel. 761-L. 1-10.
Mac~tuettid's and Gilbert's High
Grade Chocolates alsways fresh at Tire's
Drug, Store, tt7 So. Maiin, Phone 270.
1-4.
New atid Secotnd Hand Books. Law,
Mhsedical, Detstal. Largest stock, lowest
prices. C. E. Barthsell, 326 5. Stale St.,
upstairs. Tel. 761-L. 1-10.
Outing trousers, flatstels and tropical
Worsteds. Allen's Gosd Clothes Store,
Main St. 1-10.
Stuniser School Books. New atnd
secondt hansd Dictionaries, Art Luties,
etc. C. B. Barthell, 326 5. Stale St.,
secotid floor. Tel pflt-L. 1-10.
Utnderwear for tmets, all styles and
prices. Alletn's Good Clothes Store,
Maitn St. 1-10.
We have ait all lawv table at Walker's,
336 5. Division St. 2.

Text- Books
FOR
SUMMER SCHOOL
Oceans of Second-Hand
Books at prices that will save
money.
Hilgineer's Supplies
FOUNTAIN PENS
BLANK BOOKS
STATIONERY, ETC.
WAHtR'S
University Bookstore

About ipoo text hooks asic beiiig regis- 'Wh'iltsore Lake is a pleasant pta-ce
tered ini the pubiiccacrid catalooste is the for at little outiiig. Stop at the Cliftois
mitn corridlor ofithitlibrairsyiwhichi Inst.2-4.
are sutpposeditotu le re"-isteredt aittbooiss
ini the uiviersity. Thiese.bilong Is the Pennsasnts, fancy ssirko aiicu erios;first
edutcational idepitrtimict intlareetliniprices. Palais Royal, 2i09E. Libserty.
the detpartmsent rioiis iV TapaitHalt, z-z2.
to tsrcisisteid by pcdagoiscat sttudents.-
Ptublishsiiig cioitisiiies thsrougtot the CAPS.
counttry "furntishs thesetenwsoks to thse The latest Etiglishishsapes n isplaits
itniversity, gratis, lbysvay of advertise-( colors ansd cliecks. .Ales's Good Clothes
weist. Thse mtajority of them are for Store, Mainte St. I-to.
primtary or secoisdary schsools. After
they are out of date the hooks are rele- Poe all Mtusicatl Instrumoents, stupplies,
gated to the "Pedagogical 'Museum" ots popular and classic tsusic, see Sehaeberle
the fifth floor of the stacks, which cots- atnd Sont, Music Hottse, 110 5. Main St.
tait t ntpresetiabotl4000 volttises. z-10.
Those win-ing board through summsser Britig your Films to 0. P. Hoppe,
school nay engage places tow at 1208 Attn Arbor's new Photographer, 619 B.
Willard Street, Beltltelephotie 1343-L. Liberty SI., phtone 1078-J. We do the
2-3 best fitishitig.'-3.
Home Laundry Company
Bell Phone 381 J 218 E. Huron St. Home Phone 205 Black
JOS. A. GOLE
Our Motso: "What ye do, we do Well" .Quality not Qusnily

^i
,

r

The Kemnpf Music Studios
Plrlso Pipe. Osgast
VnlnCssCltu:s-6
tilt .Division St. t'lone 10t6 J
KIRTLAND'S

Lyndon, Photographer
Aar. AsborsaHeadquarntrs fosr Koaik, Cssaeras crd Phssto Ssspplles
I make a specialty of Developing, Prtnting aiid Enlarging for Amateurs-by modern usethods.
This has heen msy husliness for seven penis anid it has increased every day-Ontly results will do
this and so whenever you want anything photographic look ior the sign of the kodak-Thast's
wvhere things move.
LYNDON -
719 No. Vsslvesity Kodalks for- Res$, 10ncspes day

Rough Without Extra
Weight
A great many men like thse
rough course braids but object
to the weight: The Knox
hat solves the problem.
Kinox sold only by us.
Reule, Conlin & Fiegel
200-202 S. Main St.
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The Old Place Billiard
Parlors I

Best and Moot Expensive
equipment IN-T aE CITT
FULL LINE OF
Cigars, Tobacco and Candy

All Men's Suits
i (Wuef_ VW ( 8 at 20%0''-off

Offiial Student Newspaper for the U'niversity of Michiga~n Summnner Session.
Published Tni-Weekly
The Address nd Phone Number of Every Student
The Daily Happenings on the Campus
Somxe of the Items it Will Contain:1 '. The Announcements and Notices of Future Events
The Substance of Public Lectures You Can't'-Attend
[The Official Faculty Notices
?'Se for the SSumnmer. $1.00 by Mail Bell Phone 960 Address Press Buiding
I BSREN NAN'S RESTAIU R ANT
*The colest place in town, Te only place for Smmer School studnts. Facelleot service and up-to-data in every particlar.
L Reszar Board $4.00. Sngle Meals anid Meal Tickets. 612 E. ]Librty St., two door. froma State St.. Bell Phonie 164

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