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The Wolverine, 1911-07-15

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THE WO LVERINE

Tuttle (f Co.
LUNCHES Ie Cas""
338 S. State Street
JOHN H. LAMBIBERT
The Yost of the Qhoe Repairing
.Business. Ilewill do your work
in a hurry-up style.
Laces, Polishes, Etc.
The University Shoe Shop
(13 East William Street
You wil alwaysftind a largeline of
SUMMER SCHOOL
SUPPLIES
The East University Pharmacy
1219 S. University Ave,
Our Psr1ces are Rigt t
U. of M. and
HURON RIVER
BOAT LIVERY
Canoes and Boats Rented
P. G. TESSMER, Proprietor
Both Phones(56
STATE SAVINGS BANK
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Capital$50,000 Surplusand Profits$ 90,000
Resources $1,400,000
THE FARMERS AND
MECHANICS BANK
101-103-105 S. Main St.. AnnArbor, Mich.
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
DIRECTORY OF SUMMER
All matter in this column must be paid
for in advance. Office hours: ti:3o to SCHOOL STUDENTS
3 P. 7t.
WANTED Names in this directory are taken
from the records is the offices of the
Wanted-Student who is capable of secretaries of the various departments
doing sign writing for Dept. store. and contain the same errors. If no
Apply at once to Mack & Co. 7-1. phone number has been placed on the
Local Agents Wanted in every city and enrollment card, none is shown here;
ocal ents Mgatte intevryducit n but that does not preclude there being
cot tying ichigan to iatroduce a sew a phone in the house; call chief opera-
lobor sosving device that positively f oe and telt her what htoose voti wont.
sells itself wherever shown; salary to ll by thatsots t-
$6o per month and liberal commission Enrollment by the departments is in-
to live men. b Chamber of Com- dicated as follows : literary, name fol-
more Deto. t t be - twed by no letter; engineerisg, e;
law, 1; medical, mis; pharmic, p; grad-
Wanted-To sell or rent a canoe for the uate school, g.
summer session. Call at 224 S. Thay- Telephone numbers in parentheses are
er. for the Home phone, others for the
Bell. When Biological station or Camp
Tutoring in Rhetoric and English. Bogardus appears as city address, mail
Prices reasonable. Address, Lawn, may be sent to Topinabee, care Biologi-
Press Building. Phone 96o. 4-6. cal station, or Camp Bogardus, as the
Wanted-A good, reliable person to case may be.
room and board ten or twelve Senior
Engineers belonging to a permanent, Brier, John C., 630 S. Twelfth, James-
reliable organization. School year town, N. Y.
III-12. Address "F. M.," care of Brodie, WarrenLuther, 803 S. State,
WoviERINE office, Press Bldg. 6-7. LeRoy, N. Y .1314.
Brogan, Edward Irving, 1, 1408 Wash-
POUNDtenaw, Brogan, Ore. 343 (343).
Found-One pair of glasses in law Brooks, John Edmund, 1, Ypsilanti.
building. Owner may have same by Brown, Allen Burton, e, 407 E. Huron,
calling at Press Bldg., and paying for Ann Arbor. 1384-L.
this adv. Brown, Benjamin Franklin, g, Lansimg.
Brown, Clifford Vance, 714 Monroe, Mt.
FOR RENT. Pleasant. 1073-L..
Brown, Jacob S., lng Glen, Creekside,
For Rent--Desirabie front room, one Pa. 693-L.
block from campus, 11s8 S. Univer- Brown, Mattie Louise, g, t15 Park Ter-
sity, cor. Church. race, Richmond, Va. 765-J.
lBn~r Pr z-t tr G a P86n Hill

U. Or VA. WILL EcATURE RURA, woRK.
Every summer the University of Vir-
ginia stages a "Rural Week." This is
a conference at which farmers, rural
school officers, village capitalists and
legislators attend, discuss, and listen to
speeches and papers on subjects that
are of vital interest to rural communi-
ties. The entire program .is of a very
practical nature, and many of the well-
known speakers on rural subjects are
down on the program to speak on the
subjects they are best fitted for. The
general scheme is similar to that em-
played by the 'Michigan Schoolmasters'
club at their conferences here.

THE NEW CATALOGUE
of the
University of Michigan
IS NOW READY
Complete information concerning seven departments:
Collegiate, Engineering, Medicine,
Law, Pharmacy, Homeopathy, Den-
tistry, and the Graduate School and
the Summer Session.
Special courses in Forestry, Newspaper Work, Landscape
Design, Higher Commercial Education including Railway
Administration and Insurance, Architecture, Conservation
Engineering, Pedagogy (affiliated with Ann Arbor High
School for Observation Study), and a new course for those
preparing for the scientific administration of departments
of sanitation and public health.
For Copy of Catalogue, Special Announcement or
Individual Information address
SHIRLEY W. SMITH
Secretary University
ANN ARBOR

rown, r escor ueorge, e, zo ru,
Detroit. 374 (374).
Browne, Elene Mae, g, Pontiac.
Brugger Harvey, 902 E. Huron, Fre-
mont, 0. 573.
Brunk, Louis Frederick, 522 Monroe,
Mansfeld, O. 99o-J.
Brunner, Arthur Louis, e, 434 Maynard,
Carbondale, Pa. 1564.
Bryan, May Estelle, LaFayette, Ind.
Buck, Robert Clayton, m, 1502 Geddes,
St. Johns.
Buell, Ava McArthur, 71 S. Ingalls,
Cleveland, 0. 187.
Burrell, Esther Shirley 214 S. Thayer,
Norwalk, O. 1138.
Burns, Stella E., 1027 E. University,
Washington, Pa. 411.
Burkhardt, Henry, 237 S. Ingalls, D-
troit. 557-L.
Burton, Ernest Richmond, 503 E. Hur-
on, Oak Park,Ill. 1028.
Byington, Garvies, m, 1003 E. Huron,
Ann Arbor. 394.
Cadwell, Ruel T., e, Camp Bogardus,
Pinckney.
oahalan, James E., 1, 315 Thompson,
Wyandotte.
Cahalan, Richard Edward, m, 315
Thompson, Wyandotte.
Caldwell, Jesse Thoit.s, e, 219 S. Thay-
er, Chicago, Ill. 726-L.
Calkins, Hobart Melville, e, 1017 Hill,
Ann Arbor. 1206-L.
Calkins, William G., e, 337 E. Jefferson,
Ann Arbor. 1705-L.
Call, Leonard James, 1, Roscommon.
Campbell, Cornelia Hotchkiss, 1555
Washtenaw, Ann Arbor. 622.
Campbell, Mary S., 1555 Washtenaw,
Ann Arbor. 622.
'Campbell, Ruth, 500 S. Fifth, Lebanon,
Ind. Ioi8-J.
Caplan, Frank, St. Louis, Mo.
Carlson, Alfred, e, 1125 E. Huron, Bear
Lake. Io65-L.
Carlson, Raymond Earl, e, 1125 E. Hur-
on, Bear Lake. Io65-L.b
Carpenter, Albert L., e, 1437 Washte-
naw, Detroit. 319 (319).
Carver, Gordan A., 445' S. Fourth, Mar-
ion Station, Md.
Cassiday, Hugh, 621 S. State, Rich-
mond, Ky. 979-J.
Cassidy, Frank Edward, e, 715 Monroe,
Worcester, Mass. 979-L.
'Caswell, James Thomas, 522 Monroe,
Hudson. 99o-J.
Cate, Florence Marilla, g, 203 S. Thayer,
Winfield, Kans. 775-J.
Chamberlin, Dale S., e, 320 E. Madison,
Anto Arbor. 375-b.
Chansers, Edward George, 421 N. Di-
vision, Mattawan.
Chambers, Reed, en, 317 N. Thayer, Ann
Arbor. 1700-L.
Champlin, Paul Morrow, m, 418 N. Di-
vision, Detroit. 652.

Chang, Pao Iua, e, 60 N. Thayer, the word 'white' from the constitution.
Shanghai, Clina. 1287-J. For this he was retired by the Whigs
Chapel, John Gage, 433 \liynard, Past who had elected himt, but in a few years
lawas. 136-J. ie led the Republicans to victory.
Chapi, Leora Adeia, 203 S. Thayer, Throughout the storiy days of tIhe
Laigsburg. 775-J. Civil war l ieserved, always optimistic.
Chappell, Gladys Juanit a, 12I8 Washte- Some years after the war he was the
naw, Detroit. 885-J. Democratic candidate for governor,
Chase, AlbertaEizabeth, g, 227 S. and, still later, became a Republican
Thayer, Isite agan. Nis record has been assailed be-
Chase, \\iifred Bennet, g, il Mo-l cause of its seemings tconsistency, but
roe, Detroit. I do not believe that it was inconsistent.
Chastain, Edward Stanhope, 1, 513 No manisinconsistent swhen he chang-
Thompson, Aisn Arbor. es his opinion for what seems to hiit to
Chen, Yong, e, 637 S. Thayer, Soon be a good reason.
ing, Kiang Su China. umoaNG TO T is tGovRNING CLASS.
Chin Chu, 804 Monroe., Wusih, China. "Roosevelt has said: 'The reason I am
Christen, Clarence Winfield, e, oo2 S. in politics is that I wish to belong to
University, LeMoyne, O. o-J. the governing class instead of the gov-
Chsbb, Herman Blaney, 1408 WIashte- ered.' I hope that the. day wi come,
naw, Washington, D. C. 343 (343). in Michigan, when we shall all be of the
Chun, Tien Che, e, 604 S. Thayer, governing class. In an old-fashioned
Shanghai, China. 948-J. bucket fire brigade suppose that five or
Church, Grace Ella, 624 S. Ingalls, six men should have failed to do their
Washington, D. C. 1701. part: the conflagration would never
Claff, LaVerne, E., e, 432 Thompson, have been checked. The man who does
Ann Arbor. 879-L. not do his political duty is just as de-
Clark, Alfred, 920 Monroe, Lansing. linquemt. Each must do all 'he can to
312-J. make the government better, more kind-
Clark, Catherine Francis, 1327 Forest ly, more brothery, to the end that all
Court, Clinton. 1642-L. may have equal chance for the attain-
Clark, Charles Still, 1, 711 E. Ann, m nt of happiness.
Cannel City, Ky. 1022-J. I tIsLsE IS EoST VOUNDATION.
Clark, Harold Edward, 1003 E. Huron, "Thomas Jefferson said: Good gov-
Detroit. 394 (394). ernment and good morals are one.' When
Clark, Mabel Edith, 824 E. University, we consider our standard we find that
East Jordan. 153-L. the Bible is basically the foundation for
Clark, Willis Henry, g, III S. Prospect, government tat the world has ever pro-
Gloversville, N. Y. 1530-J. duced. The Vedic laws of the Hindoos,
Clawson,arry B., 233 S. Ingalls, In- the Koran, and the precepts of Confu-
diana,.Penna. 938J (406 Blue). cius are not to be compared with it.
Cleland, Lester Floyd, m, 508 E. Huron, When I go here and there about the
Edwards, N. Y. state and find people out of the church
Cleio, Thomas Watkins, g, 306 Liberty, I am deeply afraid that we are drift-
Marquette Colony. go5-L. ing away from the safest moorings o'f
Cline, Howard Frederick, I, Gregory, our civilization and governmeent.
S. D. DIVINEt PLAN GUIDS HUMAN APAIRS.
'Clipper, Clarence G., g, 6o6 S. Thayer, "Yet I fully believe in the people. I
Detroit. 1271-L. believe that a divine plan guides the
Clow, Clarence Oliver, e, 311 Thompson, affairs of men just as it does nature.
Seymour, Ind. When the people are deeply moved and
Coates, Jeannette, 1109 College, Ann thoroughly aroused they always act
Arbor. 1283-J. right, and I believe that it is a higher
'Cobb, Charles Wiggins, g, 1303 Wil- guidance than they themselves realize,
mot, Amherst, Mass. 1532-L. that prompts them to do this. Take this
Codman, Glen Lewis, e, 1408 Washte- seriously and see that you are in tune
naw, Traverse 'City. 343. with the divine plan; that you are at-
Cody, Earnest Edwin, g, Fenton. tuned to the splendid things of crea-
Coffes, Claude H., e, 512 S. State, Nap- tion.
panee, Ind. 120 (I20). CONSIDR TE CMMNPACiS OC LIF.
Coffey, Roy Vallette, 301 N. Ingalls, "The real problems in life are not
Cedar Falls, Ia. 88-J. tragedy nor melodrama. They are just
Cohen, Syman Meyer, 1, gio E. Wash- the everyday things of life. If each
ington, East Chicago, Ind. 989-L, one would resolve to make someone else
Cohn, Abe, e, 105 E. Ann, Chicago, Ill. happy there would 'soon be -a great
290-J. change. Elbert Hubbard, who is a great
Cole, Stacy Albert, e, 503 'E. Huron, thinker and a great orator, recently
Hillsdile. to28. spoke on love and the grandeur of
Collamore, Kenelin Winslow, e, 910 brotherhood. He referred feelingly to
Cornwell, Toledo, 0. 396. John Wesley's charuacter and to his
Colvin, Ruth, 913 Church, Pontiac. unselfsh love for his people. Yet when
1365-L. Elbert Hubbard and Corey, of the steel
Comfort, Benj. Freeman, e, 1320 S. Uni- trust, put aside the wives of their youth
versity, Detroit. 1190-J. for others, the love which they teach
and about which they preach count for
'nth
OSBORN CALLS FOR A nothing.U
SUPPOT nut tiwvtsss.
REVIVAL OF SUPER'MAN In conclusion Governor Osborn said:
"We are proud of this great univer-
(Continued from Page 1.) sity. I have never heard but ce o
further and compare ourselves with two ill things said of it. I want -ver.
Italy we find we have still more to be student, every, alumnus, every m. er
thankful for. of the faculty, and every instructori t
SwTzERLAND IS ArD oF US. work in harmony. Never admit short-
"We must admit, however, that in comings nor criticise where there is
some -things, little Switzerland is ahead danger that prejudice will be raised
of us. New and odd experiments in against us. Be sure that you are right
government have been first tried out and before you find fault and then give,
their success proven in Switzerland. Its rather, some direction for the correc-
people realize that all are concerned tion onf -the fault. Then we shall have
and that each must share in the hazards the biggest, best, and the most popular
of all. I believe that this common in- university in the world"
terest is coming to be felt in this coun- E
try. HOME TE A ROOM.
MUSTEEroP HEART wITH MIND. The New Home Tea Room is where
"The university graduate, no matter Michigan students eat, why don't you?
how schooled in ethics, no matter how Everything home-made. Open from 8
intellectually or physically well-develop- a. m. to 7 p. m. o9 E. Washington,
ed he may be, is a hunch-back morally 2nd floor of Hoag Bldg. 1-4.

if his heart has not developed at the
same time in proportion. Our Ameri- Mrs. Stark makes a specialty of -chick-
can education is not what it was yes- en, fish, and frog leg dinners at the
terday. Men and women must be a Clifton Inn.2-6.
little better than their fathers and moth- -_
ers were-better in the sense of being New and Second Hand Books. Law,
equipped for life and better equipped Medical, Dental. Largest stock, lowest
to lead others. prices. C. E. Barthell, 326 S. State St.,
coLLEtGIAN iMUSTLEARN To stv. upstairs. Tel. 76I-L. s-lo.
"The college graduate must learn to
serve. Michigan had a great servant in For all Musical' Instruments, supplies,
Austin Blair, her war governor. When popular and classic music, see Schaeberle
he first entered public life he endeav- and Son, Music House, not S. Main St
ored to get the legislature to strike out 'I-10.

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