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The Wolverine, 1911-07-18

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THE ,WOLVERINE

Northwestern Mutual
LIFE INS. CO.I
MILWAUKEE
Let Us Have a Talk
With__YOU
FRED'K M. STEINBAUER
District Agent.Hammond01 idiot,
Detroit
WM.-- S. McCORMICK
3 1210 Washenaw Ave.
Call 373-J
BESTe7~Mt~O
LUNCHES
in, town sat
BANCK.OFT S.
PHOTOGRAPHER
Officil Photogrpher to Michign
Athetcs for 10 ,ytr.
Studio: 319 E. Huron St. Phone 961-
IStudent's Supply Store
For your Note Bools, ountinoPes,
Statinery ENGINEERS SUPPLIES,
CandyCigatc till S. Uierity
UNIVERSITY
School of Music
MAYNARD STREET
SUMMER SESSION
Eight Weeks All Bauches
Fall semester will begin
Oct. 2-30 Artist Teacheru
Send for iluoraed ctlogoue
CHARLES A. SINK
Secretary
[The Kemfpf M~usic Studios1
Piano Pip Organ
Voe Ciatue-
312 S. Diviision St. Phn 175 J
Hear Ye, Hear Ye,
Hear Ye
Ctzessof1Ana Arbor-Sdansaof
the UaofM.
Now Comes the
SUGAR BOWL
in ties city of Acts Arbor of l10t S. Notn
St nd lcgs that tiensanid SUGAR
BOWL is rady, abe, and witing to
serehbetter creamllaod setr caisdieo
with prouptrrservice thou ny other
siuilrconfctioarytn tisl city. And
thils ticy re silling t to orav to ttc
country.
Phone 967

THE WOLVERINE
PubllishedslTttesdas, Thurtsdlay and
Sautd'ysftenoos by she stuslents of
tlse Utitrity of 'siichigaisustmmiser ses-
Cosmnittions still Ibe printlecioly
whoe issoil,'atlough sritor's samte
swill be withhecld on requiest. Notices
pseraiig to university affairs still be
Printedlonsec giatis.
,Moanogiog Edito-Ilorold G. IMcGee.
Busittess slloitoer-Joli I-. Paynse.
tDITORIAt STAI'r
Erntest R. Burton. Robt. iVI. Gillett.
iWilliams T. Daoghsety. Burleighs Jacos.
James D'Erelio.
Assistant IBusinsess Mosioper---ictor Fl.
Lawnt.
Address : Tiig 'WVtRINE'r, Poes
Bldg., Mayoard Sttreet, Ain Arbtor,
Michigan.
0/fice Hours: I1500 to 2:530 p. ini.
doily.
Bell Pihoine, 960.
Subscription Roles : Locol, sevenity-
fivc cents for the soismoer; mtailed to
otny oddress foe ooe dollor.
Aclvertisittg Roles: Ftirttished u1p0n
apiplicoatoit to te tisittess Manager.

Oituanoctt'itthe aeo iiP lst Iro iriThos 5551.5. ntlest avalethem-
theseson reovil~t " inTiclle 051 ct 'selesofth le oppor si tuitsto cstea beis-
listhes is iv esress nd ie ste cl frnk-lt dsiofnttieinthe playii tsewsthe
Is lhit i 5 ssIpossilet o ireplc a c theit sitsGreet inpiianystos ait aretsolie gieni
FTsiysiereiremovciiblcae it was mills:oihiricsance.
petedhtu pierhiispst tsititis.its srwoe- __________________

Tis a11most ecetllesnt sand 'utucitsirgiu-
mesct;ionett sior ea s tooep
our1 iietriopoilti s i tilitanprscen euissfusl,
ands emtyss isthiisour des and idaniiie sails
reeksigfiull. Don't.lie smsil 'lstr"
\s ccrrRIMs dietetssvsle tinsg s witall t
tse lists htrdi atic -rea 1-oldtht's
setvti leatrned d tisplomisy. Lit pisibl
sOswesltingi liibit I humant1itytplletd
use of thsettlitcheis titlkisusder she
tirces t sipendiasorethsai t comsfortailie
ight onssit. Tirtlt, it twouitilithesae=c
fl if ltseunuiersitysholdti haisise thus
isnsit~tisgly' prati~ced alist cithlistethics
it teatcles!ITh'Fisteisist cersittheivsswhiicis
sire there slots'isr etotisicesistertisie;
itt anyiossectrs sicong" n nefor
is soutsif lie isvaitsto sprilie it. Yet
uses iretised. A i ls ftelist i aii or-
cainl ovsisisits of stecheist wiousld
keei it fromisut cffersits;'ts iolttiaie
biees firetet r t tegrsys tltitke
way atheuserstmoisnt biscisitanid leste
thslethtiicetultinottby svciysreasottitof
thsessir titlerIisghis its, inflictt severe
damautgeii on ut' ont list ofi iiward. Tue
irst is1 sexttimothilswillsec ailot tof
litenches iftome suortitut lerthue ilci
(tieeltiperfoirmancissec 'Nbit sst brinig
aifiw if ttttmsostillowttast sttiretheisl
in 'about thtie thiofiiigNst'

f l-.T T.-I.A I A iiitst ih'

. Asto 'hike Lb .hi
. TiselfthsNiglit.
3.ThieoMeNrtyWives of
. (Douettl ill)'Coosedy
of Leos, asid
S6. She Sthootss to Cots-
cuer'
9. The Mierchsant of Ven-
to. Palace of 'brut, by
Sir William S. Gil-
bert.

Text Books
Fox
SUMMER SCHOOL
Oceans of Second-Hand
Books at prices that will save
money.
FOUNTAIN PENS
BLANK BOOKS
STATIONERY, ETC.
WAHIR'S
University Bookstore

_

I

Tihre e snisihers still le trescnteit
Visters iavst iisil their basllos sisgitedi
either to Tnt YiNoi s'iTist office sir to
rass iilsc'r if the 'loglith faiculty.
555cc' tsA c'1IS et REit i esiteCIsiD.
.xaminiastionsc on the ttoiriiof the first
hltf if tlIisustsitier schtooiliwill 'bej
hedin .'ireoim1Gottthse list builintg,
fromtiThursa,.July 2/toThursday,
Augus1t 3, is follow
Thursdasy, Joiy '-Cr iminasl Proce-

I

UNI05Ncourt, PHYSICIST AN[)DlDOCTOR OF
ishDtIClNLECTURE TODAY.

Editor TIodaiy-ROTi'. I'l. CGst,cuue'o.
TUESDAY, JULY it, 1911.
'I'here trill hisao ieetig oftile etfi-
torial sltf'ossdftryouts if t11wlVoicer-
ic ittff, 'I'iesdav tis', ii 7 isle.
CAL 'NDAR

Twe lectures 'ire sletedtole ien in durein P.i M.
thet iiwel tt l ce ooistesiih icsc Ptida,tJiuiy tt trut
builiss sild istoa t'"Plied ccii ghlt" i isit "'Sttirtdais Jul} 9-Deni
tic discsesyil sis isteant teProessor s. Seatiurday, Julyr "u-'l r1
f). Icitricrsessofttheuit'ersils' uiysiits Sastirsdais July- s2s-lsii
depaitei ntccia t 50 .in.i etiaInieI""ThesiciedayJisis31-Cisisli
"sieeif te Fe" sill ticlccliiireciitionii Tuesday, August r-CoU
ii 8:00 p.im.,iiytDr.YrWalteir1K.tPainet P.
if lteseiclifitcslty.Theslctusrteswill Wdnisdati-lgsiit 2-
lit ilistrait e ytiepctiistcon.(ss Grow iiing saNi.gt si3-R

┬░rshIt, 7 Pi. Ali.
isiges, P. Ill.
ts, 4 P. Ill.
deisce, 7 P. Ill.
licts, 7 P. iii.
srtssrstis, 7
Ssales, 7 P.In
lh- roety,

Jttly sg--Ertiiittionin LanUtiguage, lee- intierest i \ smfricti sitidrersses oni the
hire bty Prof. T. J. C. Dichisoff, wsot tiart osf te us e slits is eridenicedi by the
lecture roomi, tphysical labsoratory, at 5. inceasingts tessicsdasisce aitishe lectures.'
Jtuly 2o-The Geologt of Niagara Pails,
illutsratecd lectore by Prof. F. H.H.
Cahu, fCemo oleeai et . Hal ic e rsCol
Joly 2r-excuirsionsi Niaitara Fails, Comsplete otili Dept. listEhC]
under directiots of Prof. Calhsooo, H e' Jewelry Store
ceare at 2:30 p. to., by MVicisigess CCen-
teal.
'Curiosities of Breech Religioti, lectore jj a n
by Prof. Camstbell Bonnier, wste lee- H o n L un
tore roos, physical laboratory, at 5. Bell Phone 381 J1 218 E. Hur.
'ew Shermsans Anti-Trusb Lair, lee-
ture by Dean 1f. 'A. Bates, wrest iec- Jpos. A.
tore roost, physical laboratory, at 8. Our Motto: "What we do, we do Weil"

C' 7 1P. ii.
Stop iast the ClifoInnis

i

[lege Jewelry1
itas Watc aci ndit JewelrylRepairing. 3
216 S. Maint Street
dry Company
,on St. Home Phone 205 Black
GAGLE
Quality not Quanity

Rough Without Extra
Weight
A great mtany men like the
roungh course braids but object
to the weight. The Knox
hat solves the problem.
Izox' sold onlfy by us.
Reule, Conlin & Fiegel
200-202 S. Maltn St.

Lyndon* Photographer
Ann .,ArbIos' Headquar-tes for Kodaks. Caes anad Photo S"upplies
I make a specialty of Developing, Prtiting atid Enlarging for Amateurs-by modern methods.
This has been my business for sevets reats and it has increased every day-Ontly results will do
this and so whenever you want anyltig photographic look for the sign of the kodak-That's
wvhere things nmove.
LYNON
719 No. Vssl'.e.-atty Kodaks for SRent. 10c per day

KIRTLAND'S
IThe Old Place Billiard
Parlors
Best and bMest Expensive
equipmoent tN THE CITY

Eby All Men's Suits

I

I FULL LINE 0O'
offT Cigars, Tobacco and Candy

Hf You Want YouSrocsepaired Promptly
and repaired as they should be-with nothing but the best o materials and workmanship excelled by none. QhTake them to MODERN SHOE REPAIR SHOP (now under
new management.) QhWe have recently added two o the newest machines to our modern equipment which makes our shop the most complete and uptodate o any shop
in the vicinity ot the campus. This is what makes it possible or us to do such highgrade work and get it ut so promptly with no conusion. We make a specialty o
re-soling rubbersoled Oxords.
We sell Shoe Laces I F M 0-411111PThe ign o the
and Shoe Polish m lm -Thete e Big Electric Shoe
Keep xzp with Subscriptions
camnpis doings by u from n ow ov
si~bscribilfg for the" fifty cents I

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