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June 25, 1911 - Image 3

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The Wolverine, 1911-06-25

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T NV 0 L VFR IN E

I i s?:N GREET ACTORS.

Special Rate
Detroit Aviation Meet
For College Day
Friday, June . 30
The Aeronautical Society
offers to members of the Uini-
versity and alumni a special
rate of 50 cents, admitting to
grounds, grandstand and ex-
hibition lball.
Tickets for sale by
H. L. CONNELL
PRES.
109 Michigan Ave. Phone 1446 L
The. Ann Arbor Dye Works
Freech Dry and Stearn
CLEA JNINGx
Highest Class af Work. 204 F. WshingvtonS t.
Bell Phone 628
L6. K. WAHL0
U. of M. and
HURON RIVER
BOAT LIVERY
Canoes sand Boats Rented
P. G. TESSMER, Proprietor
Rotlh Phontes 655
STATE SAVINGS BANK
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Capital 550,0100 Soeptees otrid ProfitsO8,000
Resoarees $1,40t0,000
THE FARMERS AND
MECHANICS BANK
101-'103-105 S. Main St.. Ann Arbor, Mich.
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS

(Cotitiiod lfronl Pails..
Cle.i~tlr UBtrttel, Elizabeth Vtlenlte,
(irace Itatscy Mitts, Rttth Vivian, Etiza-
betPattersttt, atd PhylisScttuyler-,
Ia,, entv-setventtlaye rsill atll. etch chosent
ftr the espelttitnhtess far the ptarts
thteyittay.
Mr. Dalas Atttersatt,the lettdingmtant
of the fleaGreet 1pl1ayerstttwate ttf the
origintal ttttttatty traugt toItthis coatt
Ivy lby Ate. Greet frota Lottdotn to ptre-
setl"Evermtaatn,' itt shiie ptlayetdtthe
rttle ttf Cttttessyott. Since tthett Mt. Atn-
dersott has apspeared in many recet
New York stuccesses; attt, as teadittg
ttaat for Miss Mtastde Adamas, layedtitt
hter fattotts prodtuctiatt of Jsittes dAre,
givett attte ttarvatrdlStadtitttt.
tte teen here swith tte cotmpany, is a
graduttate ttf Cttrttetl University who re-
teivedt her traitting tar the stage under
tte diretiota tf Sir Hertbet Beerbohm
Tree, ttte rettowtted Etngtistt acttr. Last
year Miss Valettinte swas a metmter of
the Sathertn-Martowe coompanty, ptayittg
Nerissa to Miss Marlowe's Pnrtia itt the
"Merchattt of Vettice."
Concertniatg tte wett kttown Mr.
Greet hinmself, it is atmost ott intposi-
tionttt Ott A rtbor's ttetmory to ditate
ott his tame. He is otn Englishattan of

atntt this\-catr ttiettrtttises, 1t attear tat
Auttst'.l tcten still give ttwttparfoarm-
Setts tvtll teattrr atgedtittsitde thetea-
elatsttrt.so tht atttcts- ttt ty retsertvet.
:tttoissitta, tttluttintg treeted seats,stall
be 75 cettt atttrtottevdtoltartt reser-vattionts
tmay bet miateatt \atttt- onttt Attatttax
'Tustday's mtitnee ts ill begitt at 3 :00
oclock;ote ev-enittg- tarformattce, 8:09
o'clock. Thte ttiteatWedettsda~y tat-
gits at 3 :4 atttt te. even.ittg perfortt-
attet at 7:30.
tWatteit-Astet toItwtait tatle (tar tis
toard. WVork is lightI; 336 S. Divi-
sion. 1-4.
Lasw Books tar Stttttter Sctotal. Larg-
est slotk ittichtigatn. New astd secttttd
hattd.
C. C. BARTUEL,
326 S. State St., secottttfittar.
Tel. 761-L. s-10.
New attd SecottdItatnd Bootks. Law,
Medicat,tDetttat. Largest sloth, lowsts
trices.

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THE WEL[.=KNOWN
CHUBB HOUSE
One Bloct frotm Catnits
209) Sooth Stole Street
Rates, $3.50 Per Week
Tea o m stiottlte Stcottt l Fott-
Make OX11r Store
Youzr Shoppirn~
Headqu~arters ~
MACK t' CO.

g3he
tt 't' Fbi, a at 1: a
M. M. NOWLIN, Propr.
W. C. NIOWLINO, Engr.
ANN ARBOR SAYINGS BANK
Capitlal - - ?300t,000t.00
surp-ustasntd Profits - 81t0t,000t00
Resttres - - j28,000ttO.00
A -enteral btanking bosittess tresateld
N. W. Corner Matineantd uotnet s.

C. E. BARTIIEL.
320 S. State St., Uptairs
Tel. 761-L.

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great fatte as a leather, actor-tnianager
attd produlcer. At ontimoe, ttere nwerr
to less thatt ftfteett comapanies uttder his
tirectiottattd ntt less thaat a thousattd
artists itt tis enmpltty. te catme to
Atterica niare years ago withtt oltd
tttorality tttay "Eseryman~i." Afterwards,
hetaoo001 utp the arodntciot of a tnttmbter
of Shakeespteariant plays itt Ite oltd Eiza-
bethtatt style ; attd, after a lottg appear-
attee its New Yark Ite visited etery
lrttitnet untitersity intthle tcotttry
with htis itnnovatiatt, tte "open air pltay."
14is w as the first comtspatty tstay at the
Whtite HuOtse int Washtittgtnattd Itt
has play-ed btefore thte royal fattily at
Ettglandt.-Matty of Mr. Greet's tteth-
ohs taste beett adopted by Attericat'
tmanagers attd his schenmes are in biglt
favor itt the leading dratnatic schools of
'the cstuntry. Itn New York, Mr. Greet
has fountded a school tof acting whtere,
froom November util Alaril, every year
lie gives eacht pupil his personal atteo-
tiotn.
It is Ott anttuail item itt Mr. Greet's
itinerary to appear btefore alt Antt Arbtor
audiettce uttder thle auspices of Ite uni-
versity daring Cammtencetnent sweeke,

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Sutmtmer Schoocl Books. Nestasttd
secottd tattt Dictiattaries, :art Littes,
tc., etc.
C.'E. ta oRuta-pT

326 S. State St. secttttttfloor.
Tel. 761-L.T

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THE NEW CATALOGUE
of the
University of Michigan
IS NOW READY
Complete information concerning seven, departments:
Collegiate, Engineering, Medicine,
Law, Pharmacy, Homeopathy, Dena
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 thte scientific administration of departmntus
of sanitation antd public health,
For Copy of Catalogue, Special Announcement or
Individual Information address
SHIRLEY W. SMITH
m Secretary University
ANN ARBOR

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CAt.PS.
Thtelatest Ettgli-lh shapes itt plaint
colors atttl checkes. Allen's Gtoad Clothtes
Stare, aie St. t-10.
Fotr all Mulsical ttnstruets, ssuittlies5,
papuilar asttt classic mustsic, sec Sehaselerte
attd Sott, Mtusic I ttttse, ito S. Mlaiit St.
Urittgsatur tFiltts ttt 1. F. Hotppe,
AttttArbttr's test Photograp~her, 6f9 E.
~ibterty St., phtotte 1078-J. We dotht te
test fittishittg. 1-3.
Thtis is juist ftor thte Aluttati.
Cliftotn Ittt is at hbitmore Lake. Jst
ttirty cents roundttt rila, attdttere is
swhere otte gets htuttgry-. 1-3.
Htt WAeatihter Specials-Light Cloth-
itng, b'ntttrttetr, Hotcse, Tics, StraistHaits,
atttt othler fixittgs at'staltlanrces. .Alletn's
Goottt Clothecs Stttre, Mtaint St. i-no.
Mat~iasrotit's anttlGilbert's 1I1ligh
Greadre Chla : ates alstays fresht at 'T'it-'s
Drug Stotre, 117 St. hMaitt,Photte 270.
1-4.
Tuttle ( Co.
LUNCHES InneC5ndana
338 S. State Street
You wtilslwys fialateae lieeo
SUMMER SCHOOL
SUPPLIES
Tlie East University Pharmacy
1t11t S. Utivtorsity Ate.
0.- Ps-ice s areRigist

Beat Out the. Play-
The man who's never caught "off'
first" is the fellow whose keen brain
and pliant muscles act together in-
stantaneously. Muscle which respond
like lightning to the will, and a quick
mind-are the result of right dieting,
in training and out.
Sh u dis the athletes food. It builds brain tissue
and supplies muscle energy, because it con-
tains all the nourishment of whole wheat, in
its most palatable and digestible form, un-
like flour and most forms of wheat which lose
the most nourishing elements of the grain.
^ 1 Mode onelylby
- The Shredded Wheat Company
's-~ Niagara Falls, N. Y.

The Ann Arbor
.Swimming Pooll
WXill be Openi
Every Day Except Sunday
9A.M. to 9P.M.
Open Sundays
3 P.M. to 5P.M.
It in'refreshing to take a bath in nine cool sptineg water.
ANN ARBOR SWIMMING PARK
713 5. FIFTH AVE.

Bell Phone 166
116 South flain Street
TRUBEY'S
PLACE
Is A Confectionery
hbut it in somnething else besides.
It is a place wvhere you can go
these hut, sweltering days, and
order sonmething cold--never mind
what you want, TRunnv has it.
The room in cool and pleanant and
you are given pronmpt service by
quiet, neat, pretty girls. You may
order your cream for the folks for
over Sunday, too.

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