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July 22, 1911 - Image 2

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The Wolverine, 1911-07-22

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THlE WOLVERINET!

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M'ILWAUKEE
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FRED'K M. STEINBAUER
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Detroit
' WM. S. McCORMICK
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tee OreaI
T BEST
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ln towneat
HANCMOFT
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PHOTOGRAPHER
Official Photographer to Michigan
Atisetics for 10 years.
Studio: 319E. Huron St. Phone 961-L
Student's Supply Store
[F or your Note Books, Fountain Pens,
Stationery, ENGINEER'S SUPPLIES
Cady, Cigrs, Etc. 1111 . niversity
UNIVERSITY
School of Music
MAYNARD STREET
SUMMER SESSION
Eight Weeks Al Banhe
Fall semester will begin
Oct. 2-30 Atist Teachers
Send for Iliustrated ctaogne
CHARLES A. SINK
Secretary
STATE SAVINGS BANK
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Capitai 00,000 Srpls ad Proits 80,000
Resources $1i400,00
Hear Ye, Hear Ye,
Hear Ye
Citizens of Ann Arbor-Students of
the U. uf M.
Now Comes th
SUGAR BOWL
n the city of Ann Arbor of i09 S. M5an
St. and aieges that the said SUGAR
BOWL is ready, ale, and slling to
serve bettercreatm and sweetersandies
witih prompt er service than any other
similar confectionaryint iiscty. And
this they are willing to leave to the
country.
Phone 967

THE WOLVERINE
Pubiisbed Tucetday, Tbhirsday and
Saturday afternootts by the students of
tile University of Michtigan summer ses-
Commttunications trill be printed onliy
when signeti, altihought writer's nasme
will be wihhcld on requitl. Notices
pertainieg to untiversity affoirs wili be
printeci once gratis.
Mautagietg Edior-Harold 0. McGee.
Business HMatoyc-John IH. Paynse.
liOITORIAL Sor t
Ernest R. Butrtonl. Robt. M. Gitiett.
WVillianm T. Daughterty. Blurleigh Jacobs.
Fcttts II. Hossick. Mlonde Edsvards.
Morton R. Iutttttr. L. Eonl Crossmatn.
Chas. Johtnsoni. James D'Is ciit.
Arthutr H. tKuhn. elmtWN. Cotlamore
BUttotos OTArF
AssisatfBusities otsgcr-Victor IH.
Lawn.
.Addrcss: Tug WOMRgItNr, Press
Bldg., Maytnard Street, Attn Arbor,
Michigan.
Office Hours: I :00 to 2:30 p. m.
daily.
Bell Phone, 96o.
Subscription Rates : Local, sevety-
five cents for the summuer; mailed to
any address for one dollar.
Advertising Rates : Purnsished upon
application to the Business Manager.
Editor Today-EotcgsT BUnTON.
SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1911.
CALENDAR
July 04-TiherUtniversity ctf Michtigasn
Expedition to Southerts .\leieco, lec-
ture by Ass't Prof. A G. Rtttltven,
west lectuire roomtt, physics tei' ralor;,
Jtuly 25-The Modern Pu~blic Library
(ilustrated), lecture Isp Liberarian T .
\t' Hoch, swest lecturecrt,. phtysi-
eatltetit ralory, at 5.
PFntous Quacks its Me.ecite, icctture
F.lPcf. A. W. Hewlett, we st ampib-
threatre, mcdical butilditng, at S.
JtE ::f - The History of Or N eterats,
lecture by Ass't Prof. L. C. Karpitnski,
at 5.
west lecture roome, phtysical laboratory,
at. 5.
July 27=Mechtanism attd Vitalisum as
Thecories of Developtment of Livitng
Beinegs, lecture by Prof. F. C. Nesw-

cotmbt, west tptysical laboratory, at 5.
Recital of Shiakiespeare's Ihoulet icy
Class its Dratmatic Retdittg, Satraht
Caswell Aitgellt tall, at 8.
Jttly 28--NVetstseemerzandttth le Poset
Lettett, lecture Icy Prof. C. E. Eggert,
weest lecture roo, pitysical tltbora-
toey, at 3.
The Ilitecral Wealth of Mliebigase (il-
lutstraeld), lectue iy Mr. R. C. Attest,
statte geologist of _Miebigtt), swest tee-
ltre roott, iphtsical laborttory, ett S.
Not until ycsterdlay did see realize
shtite liibrasrv cilecteaent toIus1; but,
secswse sass its ieaetds it somete ittee
iositinand ht erestit start to mttetr
its call of thse ihotr aced thens suddensly
slots :it suet litke wt ecing a loved faca
froeet whse brosw reasosn sat fleeleas-
ineg onslysthse features anth le voice -thte
satte. Andr, as we san it sinise downs
an aimsless quartler-to-tnitte smie altltlist
night, tthsesghs se knecweits abseratios set
le e leonely tcempordtry, ste raisldIsardlly
htelts prasyineg for the old clock.
Thttrsdiay, swe gave a rathter bsarbatric
citl of delight-thtc beces, or rathter
sonme of-them, were to be reitlated. So
far, thscyve seot appeared. DeasnKras
aned Stspt. Manes talsied tse statler over,
and sdeciedsto0 lutlearlk a tess osstriasl,
several dasys ago ; aned as a result of this
coseferesece, ste prissted our story. 'They
arransged a meectisig to deceide as to
where the triaesnsschses should be placed,
a meetiseg to shelec Supi. Manks did slot
romse. Thsat is, so far as see knsow i,
lice story of the bechces 10 date.
FOUND.
Say fellows, the otlier evetninsgt fouttd
jutst the place to hove a good, quet
lutsch. It is utp stairs at tog E. Washs.
Tee it sure. It's altlteosmee sade too.
Astevesnineg's csstertaisnet is sot
comsplete weithout a lutishbat Tttle's.
Stop there after your parties. 338 S.
State. I0-25.
Fountasin Pests repaired good as nesw.
"Dad" Skintier, 3o6 S. State.

SUMMER STUDENTS.
TheUiveiersity ?MusiieHouse carriesa
ceemsplete steele of the Michigain College
Music. NNe invise yonst'o call ssnd le-
comse famiiliar stll it. 8-15.
G~ood secosed-hand keodaks ie all sires,
to rent, for lets ceets per day, at Hlop-
pc's, btg E. Liberty-,iihrec doors frotm
State. 5-8.
Ifassburgers ore the originael. Also
serve steaks ased otlier sandwsichtes. Give
ets a trial. College Inee. i-to.
Neswasid Secosnd Hasid Books. Law,
Medical, Dental. Largest stock, loswest
prices. C. E. Darihllt, 32f S. State St.,
upstairs. Tel. 761t-L. i-to.
These hot dots get tour meilk from a
Wuirster Bros. waogosn. They stassid for
puiey and fresness. Also at Detroit
ansd Calls. Sts. Bell 423. Homec t40.
Underwear for mns, all styles and
prices. Allens's Good Clothes Storc,
Main St. i to.
What is the Use of
Paying Four Dollars
A week for board when you can
get good home cooking at
WALKER'S
for
$3.00
by paying four weeks in advance.
336 S. Divisin Street
Phone 212-J

Text Books
i0OR
SUMMER SCHOOL
Oceans of Second-Hand
Books at prices that will save
money.
Ellgineer's Supplies
FOUNTAIN PENS
BLANK BOOKS
STATIONERY, ETC.
WAHR'S
University Bookstore

Hailer's College Jewelry1
Complete Optical Dept. Hligih tlatss Weatchs and Jewelry Reairing.
Haller's Jewelry Store 216 S. Malts Street

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A great many mon ltke the
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to the weight. The Knox
hat solves the problem.
Knox sold only by us.
Reule, Conlin & Fiegel
200.202 S. Main, St.
KIRTLAND'S
The Old Place Billiard
Parlors
Best and Must Expensive
equipmueut IN THlE CITY
FULL LINE OF
Cigars, Tobacco and Candy

Lyndon, Photographer
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I make a specialty of Developing, Printinsg atid Enlarging for Amateurs-by modern methods.
This has been my business for seven years and it has increased every day-Only results will do
this and so wvhenever you want anything photographic look for the sign of the kodak-That's
where things move.
LYNDON
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