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The Wolverine, 1911-08-03

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THE WO LVE R IN E

Contains Ten .Dimes Here's a
WeekaEn Sale of
Men's Frnsings
at Mack's-Friday and S~aturday
that means the saving of manly dimes.
It's our annual mid-season event that brings drastic rednc-
lions on every article of Furnishings in our completeup-to-
date stuck.

ONLY IT'S. DIFFERENT WHEN PRACTICE COURT ROOMf TO I
ONE'S BEHIIND THlE SCENES. CE MADE INTO 1AIBRARY.

.A hatd glass and a greasy towel re-
posedl 00 the istruc tar's desk; the ceci-
tation henches wreefall. Open-maouth-
ed sacks. andcivalisses, sari-coilored cdoubl-
ieis aid hose, had usurtped Ihe places of
stoudeaic, in rc ens02, Tappan Hall, last
risigh. ai lf ozecnofDcii Erect 's
trup wei~ sres 'unaking"
"He le is lthisayousir l, Lytion' " samie
oar called frees a far career (if tse
roonm, "NioIt' Well,liere it goes ini the
coman bowisi isi an" wit lammsieid idowsnj
the , cedarsecoviecclabselled "Romsesaisd
Juiliet," i a sitsvcr threads aiiioingIhe
gold 'sisiesvcry oilier color.
Dn isc ih uskly cc'sose tineslaid beeii
'isinisedsersysaswcisils1 awasy tse
timise sy sketcinsg si Falsitaff Isis own i
in a liiitle blsakboasrdI ssid srroitndsecd
isy thse iiseasge of Charles V. Desisde
hsims a WcreerilJohnnyivBEsilihosesdthe
grease siff his cosusntenansce cxiii sicrrsy
omiibi towcc-l. Ashelienished swiths it, aiss
ih thie grease isot, asid ihe crush, snd
tsehe irortheeycdescendseelinita tseaipein

The osditrtiesciee rsrcssmiin iheI
lawsusilsinsg wii sinegoia rcshssge ths
sisismeerschich islviinot isakie it recsig-
nizable next year. Itcciiiliebessisverted
ito a stk sosimto astcomo datssise use
iris booiks ccwiich hocve bseenpurschiasedi
fsor the lihrary.- The curass mes illcci
thsens le iniRoomsi I. All (if use lix-
hires of use court rssasi haie sslreadiy
bseensisocved, hut use wcrk of erinsg
bsooks has sot yetbe'gisn asduitliipirob-
abliy lie postposned ustiiuse clse of the
sumsmser sessiosi.
PROF. C A HOUN WANTS MIORE
TO JOIN IN GEOILOGY TRIP,
'Ticets for tse Put-us-Hay trips, to
takie lice Saiturdssyaodstoirsic oss
ducedes by Prof. F. H. Calhos nasisre eoi
stile at she professor's oafice. Of tea
wh iichs are to he disposedi if, 30osire at-
retdy suold. Itis sirgesitsethatisiose in-
tesinsg to siakselise tripscree ticetcs
sit onsce to isure sue rcedrs ates of-

You'll want 3 or 4 of
these Shirts
The name "Cluett" on a
shirt is sufficient guarantee for
its quality and up-to-dateness.
The stasndard price every-
where under the sun is $sr,.o.
Our week-esnd price (Friday
and Saturday), $i.s19.
The 'Monarch" is univer-
sally known as the best $ i oo
Shirt made. Our tine includes
a wide asnd varied assortment
-and the week-end price is
79c.
Underwear
Cooper's "Spring Needle"
Union Suits are jsust the thinig
for late summer asid early fall
wear.. Prices are reduced for
the week-esnd as followvs:
tie $2.00 quality at $1.39, the
$1.-5o quality at $r.1rg, asnd the
$r.oo lute at 79c.

New Neckwear at New
Prices
We take justifiable pride in
our line of Neckwear. Care-
ful selection has msade it one
of the most-up-to-date and
complete tines you will find
anywhere.
At the week-end sale 39c
will be the price of the 50c
quality neckwear, and 19c, of
the 25c quality.
Stylish Hosiery
to suit every fad and fanscy of
thec ultra fashioning as well as
thse conservative. Our im-
msesnse line cffers a tharmson-
ions blesiding of qusality, style
asnd econcomy. Friday and
Saturday the 5oc quality cwiii
sell at 39c sod the 25c qsuality,
at 19c.

rThe Keinpf Mvusic SuisSUBaCRIBs FOR
P~a~oPip0Zhe GARGOYLE
Voic7 Culturr Francis.Liordan, Managsng Edstolr
L 1 S . 5 Isiviisiss St. 'liaie 10-16ij I7JE 5pe Warren Crane, Business Manager
THE NEWT CATALOGUE
ol the
Uni1versi*ty of Michigan
IS NOW READY
Complete information concerning seven departments:
Collegiate, Engineering, Medicine,
Law, Pharmacy, Homeopathy, Dien=
tistry, and the Graduate School and
the Summer Session.
Special courses in Forestry, Newspaper Work, Lansdscape
Design, Higher Commercial Education includinig Railway
Administration anid Insuransce, Architecture, Conservation
Engineering, Pedagogy (affiliated with Ansn Arbor High
School for Observation Study), and a new course for those
preparing for the scientific administration of departments
of sanitation and public hsealthl.
For Copy of Catalogue, Special Announcement or
Individual Information address
SHIRLEY W. SMITH
Secretary University
ANN ARBOR

mawfasssI igsiblackisihag. fesesi,
'Disc gels fithsy at this huesc, Rieardless of tse iseasther, the usrty
y'i~nosiuuisa''idhuhle cheecrfnully."Bii ut nshen ill sueetat tse Michsigasn CesntraslSia-
there's aigreatsintesirest to it. Yes, I tisois st 6 :37 a. ic, or at tse tat Si. hock'
asinilie uisit ails asd sarited 5ai in istrit at1(S:3o a. iisonSatuirday.,
practilce as te iari f t luefre I tPcirepaacy for tis ctrip, PrlEss. LH
jie .sseIhir. Get. Itis a5ityindseediriEsis Ni sitgive si lecture ini ice geol-
thatiwesackutue aishstistoipiishsesciwc-coi's-croom sa ie cciiiec ssoic sisuilinig st
airlife scrls isice townssaslith i ee a' - t:3 I' Fsisy sifiersiosis, Alligissi
as greaea i~ili e setn.isetire is islenissesdfur thse whosiiisscci
''"uD i e icuti inteplayisoights"ii' mtusheItrit, lte gs-uer at uicis is is-
Jovs! ys, miles as ilises. ' ki c 55 tutd
tse tsciime hSi a -serecwoss i s
play there isara n pr iiii oincettsiinIii 11OLL E iBLL C 'sHEWIL
il I.,oisis i an ste Mtris N~iFs"is L WAED tiN SATURI) 'sY.
Just full (if js on ussill), issto ilets,____
y'isis:c. Is's-uswtllif iaiyonsicbuii tSak- Iiil Eginueers' udenisitiin usC.C. ts,
esaesuhadsssisiiritisn sit ne usuldr call i ituderthelstpruofesisssisionl ae,'''srsa Moa
siliy, almst. I c u'ts sauppouuse 5 it a iuuets" cwili crossa hts uwlihisFluit ]"H-
cs-er pt eu. intote.iOner s nC. sit., ciiiouhets'the snamse,
''I, itoigrsi h 'I cisc playings 1ordth res i.grainu,' setast~suksay sutes'-
ther iusciandssifu uset ciithe sisersysite iinusnciatsWhiiimsire I,,skr,
usrycc'as4 sirs. lii, Yestc t 5 Siiiig gsilOiitithecasme liii' cotesitcsiill ibe
to 15150N i Isish'ldoS Sco1utshlsFterayiFieldi behteenthue
'situjustthes h 11s tfuth lid uiiss h Iis usnidtees a1t,3:seeo'clock., Fa'su
lassu of- Ithe uplaye' could beceeareasceind- andiplaye's ftrlos'tsuhsatschecssire sslic-
lisp ihit datitusi e'ed sasis irwa , tutu Johnls i
1Still1 hisstedc off.t',
1-F \\TIE's~ EMPS ('A CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
SE t'sA.; IT 'sCTREMIFN'1' I
Alluumatter intsisa rhussustssb e paid
Nui longuer sltote stsuentsoh theunius- fee its advranice.Office haustes515:30 ha
verity a s-ruth hearschi oits usl fop r'cit-si- 3 p . M
t xerise be siethe days 'wtutrhk;hush
they u hisSontirs',dtitush se5diulthue q~uite WsANT1ED
St th ip;Iuse's clssto thutse So sistie-
hplimpsibiusle. '111 huSie '' toudut lsuT1u'tiorhig itsRhethoric asnd Esglish,
titys" cwies-iseuyounssstleshadsuaspluius Prices reaconuahle. Address, Loin,
cc shareofu e sp ect oriIt heir thlders tee Pres sBuildincg. Phsonse 9o. 4-h.
was a ssspeciiltutu sdetailedh is getSlut
usape unire Sreiteravaties of helt EXTR'sORDINARY.
ights smysteriouscntuers.irTo1 thuose oh yout cwIo are ntshassto
Solilhomoruecitshn leshmeunrwccac-ohl 'sits rIris anusd tier suedes, If pots
isays fihinsgi sut;SstiteS n psuagainte aishaltqsuuitlitle retiet-stty frets
ras aoflte usornuing asuitwusldag'istenuals tis surly hburly .ad te msaddeuning
cus te suewsrarnsiised ibenchues ishere grindhasseScramssofhrooks, go usote
oous use o eslreuuf te sinsie racasses .uluse Tea Roomuswiths itspefeci op-
wiacsidue 1stutuowusndsue huumuiity a gt 5uittto 0sipendtiyous exsctesaeng
o'clck.cis, h ie janitor alwasa1ud a wstllsHSr Thur rats tie deliciotus. tog
gust ucsui sppyuf rctsccresult, adn aussi Upsst51 uaisi.cI2-13.
casa evriceissctreasiedstoirselc ceassure of--..-
seeingp its msitaciiesuesus yst uck So its ikue a drinks of fees,coat buthermcilk,
beces.aISisut wa sntalwas-s varnih;thickfscenthue chsurns? Asik fsrit at
defsuuct cabbuagesanauth tyuicchsikey stots httester Fees,, Car. Dci. and
bottles cost hensappieared outhue righti hand iCathetrinue Sts. Dcii423; I-ouie 140.
anud tehe ldthand of "Prexy 's" sbie 6-16.
thesik, 'Verly, the college sothl is she-
teriuuratinugne'st-re ipas? For all Muical Instraumnts, snpplies,
- popiular and elastic mnusic, see Schaeherle
N oTCcu:-Liithbasall canudidiates mueetand Son, Music Noose, isio S.Plain Si.
daily cut Souik Perch iield at 4 o'clock. s-so.

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jWhat is the Use of
Paying Four Dollars
A week fr ibard when yu can
get goad home cooking at
WALKER'S
fr
$3.00
bty paying four weeks in advance.
336 S. Division Street
Phone 212-5
U. o M. and
HURON RIVER,
BOAT LIVERY
tcaoss us sllms 1tseusd
P. G. TESSMER, Proprietor
Boatlsi luese6.ie
Yu, uiwis pas ud. ge iueef
SUMMER SCHOOL
SUPPLIES
Tfie East University Pharmacy
ii219StestyAve
Ou Prises ares Right
JONH. LAMBEBRT
Laces, Polishes, Etc.
The University Shoe Shop
61 as , iliss 51 Si t r eet.i
You-all who come from
the South
Do yous knowstsh ow delicious
rich creasm con taste cwith genuine
insple srup poured over it and
a dash of frisk ulled nuts?
You can fied out at
Basso-Rovegno's
208 S, Main St.
Rovegno asks you I cents for
his sundws-any place else you
uwould pay 10 and 15 cents and not
get as much, Guvekite the
chance to shoe' you. If you don't
you are the loser,

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