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July 15, 1911 - Image 2

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The Wolverine, 1911-07-15

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TH7IE WOL V ER IN E

Northwestern Mutual
LIFE INS. CO.
MILWAUKEE
Let Us Have a Talk
WithYOU
FRED'K M. STEINBAUER
1)1stric Agent. IHammsodIuildig
Detroit
WM. . MCCORMICK
Local Agent
1210 Wasitenaw Ave.
all 373-J
BE1ST
an towns'uat
BANCROFT
Ice Crea 2 ono t
and Cold Drinks 72MsmoS.
PHOTOGRAPHER
Official Photorapier to Micitgan
Athletics cr 10 yar.
Studio: 319 E. Huron S. Phone 96-L
IStudent's Supply Store r
Per your Noe RoolsIFontain Pess,
Sttionery ENGINEERS SUPPLIES,3
Candy Cgatea Ec1111 S. Caiversiy
UNIVERSITY
School of Music
MAYNARD STREET
SUMMER SESSION
Eight Weeks All Brasches
Faii semester will begin
Oct. 2-30 Artist Teachers
Send for illstatetloue
CHARLES A. SINK
Secretary
fThe Kempf Music Studios1
I Piano ' Pip 0g-asn
Voice Cuslture,.
31 Sl . Division St Phne176 J
Hear Ye, Hear Ye,
Hear Ye
Citizens @1 Ann Arbor-Students sf
the U. of M.
Now Cnnes te
SUGAR BOWL
n the city of Ann Abor of lost S. Mates
St ad alleges that the teid SUGAR
BOWL to .ready, ale, ad wlln to
serve eter ream ned sweter cnsdies
wth prompter service than ay othe
Isnmilar tofectiaryt this city. And
thtsItey sreewillng In leave to the
country
Phone 967

THE WOLVERINE
Pttbliohed Tuesday, Thttroday and
Sattirday afternooso by te sttdentts of
the University of Michigatnsmmer oro-
Comnsticatiottostwill bte prioted otly
whben signedt, although writer's tisse
stwill he svwitcldl on requtest. Notices
pertaittiog to tutiversity aftairostwill be
pritiedtonsce gratis..
Mantagintg editor-Harold G. MvcGee.
Bsittess Matager-JoltI-IH. Payne.
EITItAL stAte
Erttest R. Burton. Robt. M. Gillett.
REORTwERS
WilVilianm T. Daugherty. Burleight Jacobss.
Jatues H'Evelitn.
BUSINESS STAYC
Assistatit Bsusitness Mantager-Victor H.
Lawn.
Address: Tug WOtVERNEu, Press
Bldg., Mayttard Street, Attt Arbor,
Michigatt.
Office Hones: 5I:00 Iso02:3o p. im.
daily.
Bell Phone, 96io.
Subseriplion_ Rates : Local, seventy-
five cesnts for the summuer;omailed to
atty address tsr one dollar.
Advertisitng Rates : Purnished upon
applicatiott to the Business Mattager.
Editor Today-ERNwoveBURTON.
*SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1911.
CALENDAR

leave at :2:30 P. tm., by Michignt Cen- KNtGHTS OP COLUMBUS BUY
tral A FORMER SORORITY HOUSE.
Curiosities of Greets Religiott, lecture -
bsy Prof. Catmpbell Bottnter, west lee- The local cotttcil of tte Knightso of
tore rotm, physical laboratory, at 5 . Colittbits tas purchtased the Dr. Car-
Thte Shermsan Anti-Trust Last, lee- row residence at 345 E. Hutrott street,
fore bsy Beats H. t-. Bates, stest tee- 'occupied dutrintthIle past year by the
tre rootm, physical labsoratory, at 8. Gatmtta tPhi Beta tttotiy.Thte touse
will bec cottpltely reftttnttshetdattd reatdy
sahsgog ANWHYwt? for ocupcyl hintshestfall, whsettit still
toettsed at a soctal center for Cathtolic
Whsere bate tite betnches swhichs smade students of the uttttversity.
the camspus a fairly cotmfortable toting- ______________
Iing place dtoring cotmtsenceentt week SIItA os e os~~ NtOA
atsd 'efore gonte? Anid wthy are they
gon ? re e s ner te sowsof Lsott ottGusexwhIo trecetred hisEtA.
appiroachsingswittter tat outdloors sihousldl degree here tisyeatr ssill Irate for Itndia
tsr tattoo? Oriare tihe tsoo of us so itt AtotheicallctereIt te willttted it a
significat tt welsrought to do our suma- Asortt acrt olliee ttolseetablshett iny a
tsc's sork its ai half -packed-awsay ttstt- suhr rvneo htcuty
totissit? Wie kttosw that bettches dot't
'beep" so wrell outside as thsey do nicely soco'RT4 YSMItotTH coIgn ssDvAWA.
piled uptin t sotme loft; Istt atny good pbhys- Shirtey VtSmhtt secretary of -the
feinswsilt tell you that tee dlot'tI"beep" untisersity, hais bsenttcalled 10 Muskogee,
as weell ittdoors as out "whlere tsrestittds Okla., swhere htiscother is seriously
dn~o, lo oad theo tirdstdaste,," -flYho ittltithltytphoitd feverI

Text Books
I+O R
SUMMER SCHOOL
Oceans of Second-Hand
Books at prices that will save
money.
Ellgirieer's Supplies
FOUNTAIN PENS
BLANK BOOKS
STATIONERY, ETC.

not save our benches back?
PROP. LEDYARD'S PHILtPPINE
INSECTS GIVEN TO MUSEUM.
The utniversity is the recipieti of tswo
gifts frons Prof. Edgar Ledyard of the
Utniversity of the Philippitnes. The first
is a'coilectiott of some floo-o specimoens
of insects, and int tatny ways is one of
the ttost valuatble collectiotts ever pee-
seted to te tmuseu. Thse other gift
was psresetted to the Iifseary asse is
ntatdc ttp of twenty-three bound volutmes
ontthle faunsa andtlSorn of ,the tPhilip-
pitnes. Prof. Ledyard is itn Ann Arbor
sortittg user te ittsf.
ENGINE'ERS MAY TARE
BATH tN NAVAL TANK.
A crack, large ettought to put otte'
hand itto, htas apspearetd ittotte of thec
brick stalls of Prof. John R. Alietn's

Outitng trousers, flanttels asid tropical
Worsteds. Attes's Good Clothes Store,
Main St. I-so.
SWhat Is the Use of
Paying Four Dollars
A week for board when you can
get good home cooking at
I WALKER'S
I for
$3.00

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W AHtR'S..
University Bookstore
II

1

Jutly I7-lttopecliott of staval lttnk, est-I office itt the testettgitseerittg building.
gitiecfing buildittg, 3-5 p. no. Up~on itnrestigatiott, it as foutnd titat the by paying tour weeko in advance.
Thte Constact of Rotmatt Law With wall, which is eight inches thick, is sup - ___________
Ensgtish Law, lecture by Prof. J. I-f. ported ottly by ant S by S timber beam,
Drake, west lecture roons, phtysical 2s feet lon. As Ihe stall is directly 336 S. Division Street
labsoratory, at 5. over the naval tantk, there hai been sonse Phone 212,
July eS-Polarized Light, lecture by doubt as to the safely of te coons.
Aso't- Prof. W. 0. -Hendersots west - -
lecture roonm, phtysical laborotory, at 5.
Hgeeof -te Eye, lecture by Prof. H llr's oleg Jew elry
W. R. Parker, west assphtheate rI U A
moedical building, at 8.3 Comllete 0ptesS Dept.11High Classwatca'dsewelry Repairing.
July Ip-Etolution in Lasnuage; lee- Hailer's Jewelry Store 216 S. Main Street
lure by Prof. T. J. C. Dtekhoff west________________ ________________
lectsure roosm, pttysical laboratoryx at5
July au--Thie Geology of Ntagara 'alls, a n r o p n
ilusrte ecue y rf.F IHH meCahia f lmsn olee i vet Bell Phone SUt 4 VS, E. Huron St. Home' Phone 205 Black
tecture roons, physical laboratory, at, 5.
July 2r-Excursion to Niagara Palls, JOS. A. GAGLE
usider direct on of Prof. Calhtouns, Our Motto: "4What we' do;we do Well" Quality not Quaniql

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Rough Without Extra
Weight
A great enany men like the
rengh couirse braids but object
to- the weight. The Knox
bat solves the problem.
Knox-#ofdolybVus.
Realer Conlin & Fiegel
200)-202 S.. M~iel, St.
KI RTL.AFNS
The Old Place Billiard
Parlors
Bent and Moat Expensive
equipment IN THE CfTE"
FULL LONE OP
Cigars, Tobacco and Candy

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Lyndon, Photographer
.A~nAr'bor-'s Headqaaertera foo-r ada- urss aas~d Ptoto SuoptIeS
I make a specialty of Developing, Printinsg an~d E''argin'g for Amaters-by moden methods.
This has been my business for seven years ansd it has incrensed every day-Only results will do
this and so whenever you want anything photographic look for the sign of the kootak-That's
whcere things move.
leYN4DON
719 No.. Umleersity todakav fur-Ruot. 10c per day

i F anAll Men's Suits
J~f.IkUCrT at 20%

off

It You Want Your Shoes Repaired Promptly
and repaired as they should be-wills nothing but the bot ao, materials end workmanship excelled by none. tiTake them to MODERNI SHOE REPAIR SHOP (now under
new -management.) tlIWe have recently added two o the newest machines to our modern equipment which makes ar shop the most complete and uptodate ot any shop
in the vicinity o th campus. This is what makes it possible for us to do such bighgrade work and get it out s promptly with no conusion. We make a specialty ot
re-soling rubbersoled Oxords.

We sell Shoe Laces
and Shoe Polish

611 East Willi am Street

The Sign of the
Big Electric Shoe

Thecete paei on The onity ptes tr aSume School stdests. Ecellett serviecad p-to-hte in every pareecutr.
Regular Board $4.00. Sinlei Measanazd Meal Tickets. 612 1r. Liberty St., two doors from Stat St. Bell Phone 164

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