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SUMMER SESSION
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THE WOLVERINE
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the University of Mielnigasn sumrna ses-
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will be withhneld on request. Notices
pertaisnisng to university affairs uwill be
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Fenn H. Hossick. Maude Edwards.
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lice cents for the summer; mailed to
any address for one dollar.
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application to the Busisness Manager.
Editor Today-WsetdAnt T. DAucticevy
THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1911.
CALENDAR
July 27-Mechntisminasd Vitalism as
Theories of Developmnit of Living
Beings, lecture by Prof. P. C. New-
combh, west phnysical laboratory, at 5.
Recital of Shakespeares Hamlet by
Class its Dramatic Readisng, Sarah
Caswell Angell Hall, at 8.
Jttly 28-Weltschtuerz and the Pot
Lenau, lecture by Prof. C. E. Eggert,
west lecture roonn, physical labora-
tory, at 5.
The Mineral 'Wealtth of Michigan (il-
lustrated), lecture by Mr. R. C. Allcn,
state geologist of Michigatn), west lec-
ture rooms, physical laboratory, at 8.
July 31-'The Opportunity of the Ho-
tanst(illitstrated) lectnire hr Dr. Id.
T. A. Hits, weest lecture roomss, physi-
cat laboraitory, at 5.
Tine Represenstatiomn of Disease itn Art,

elctulrebyProf . A.S. Vs tis bs, west
iinl)Iiilsite un ediase busilingsat S.
Augst t-5\\VInat Astrsoomers AtelDo-
li n h Srds ioftine Sltr,lic-
Iures\- ssset Prosf. in It.laie,ins-I
lest Sri i-3itishsicait laboratoayoat .
Atmis-isI 2 ncirinsPcirfinsrmasnce-Asn
sit Lice Isibn Bess Greet Placers,
Olpens Air Periormsasnce- '!erry
Wisc of NVi iisor. isy Bein Grecet
Playss, c. i555 theatre.,iat S.
Ausot 3Siidisst Life ini Paris, iece-
lure tyIn Istsructosr C. BI. Vibberi, iwest
eelturersoos, physical labsoratory, at 5.
Visitor.' 'Night at tlhe Observatory.
Ticbets casnceobitaissed ait tine office
of Dciii KrausWXednsesuday assetThusrs-
dayfom rat 3 to 5.
Auguist 4-School asid Society, address
by Prof. J. J. Pisndley (University of
Mainchnester, Eniglandl), west lecture
roomt, physical laboratory, at 8.
Auguis 5-Exctursion to Pnut-in-Bay,
Lake Erie, unsder the direction of
Prof. P. H. H. Calhousn, leave Atn
Arbor via Michsigana Central at 6 :57
Mv, sWHAT A --
Preeenitly tiractical is a subject
whose tore is famailiar to every teacher
also teaches, thsotughanusse rofesses to
teach it-the getlte siatf sbsiffisig.
Spite of thid of their owtn supposed
consstitsstionsal inability to swallow it,
learnsesd professors sonnetimes feed rawu,
sncosednshe bluff to weakling studetits:
"ani fool can ask cquestionso sage cats
answer," you ksnowv, a reflectioin that is
osftenssoothling an otne stands mnute lie-
fosre saintelquestiosn nark withn a "thus,
red" book. Of course somae bluff s are
tort) raw: thney cantInc downed. But the
fisne, subty turnied bnluff, shot otit byc a
fellowe who is thinkitg igk1clighttning0
suet, u-tase apparetntly putnghis i ha
ini a traip, is really nosinig arountd for a
stick toi siring it with, is the bluff worthn
wilie. It teaches mnore in a secotnd thans
sisst miethods do in an hour. And whnt
eone leaves his college, with the probles
all writtens out and the atnswers in the

lasck ifteofors inai placu se swhere osse
cans't ci iciae iro ' ts isy a
couple s-of isoar -' t :s-tle eensisig, tse
ablility tis a nit0 5 I ic c lur e sliff
still he ii sus ~ r lt, aPh.D. fAs
somei one dit 1 -c, t vis ossly a
sciensce, btli-i !! )tif is anisri."
Yre of tse lisht itas i'stoeI Dtie-
ing thai esalert. is~iss sit sasragerns cli
at Tuttle's to restsiaid Iry our soda asid
creamis, 338 S. Stsste. to-25.
College Isns is stliopsensthnrosigh stum-
mer school. Sasdich ess of altlIkinds.
Wurster Bros. sell fresh cottage
cheese, the old fasi-onecstkild. Cor.
Detroit and Cathserineicsn. Hell 423;I
Home 140. 6-16i.
WHITMORE.
Mrs. Stark is giving smsall datnciing
parties each Thursday evesnitng follow-
log her generous dininers.
CLIFTON INN.
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. Division. Street
Phone 212-J

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