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August 17, 1911 - Image 3

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The Wolverine, 1911-08-17

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T HE W OL VE R INTE

University Music House
Press Building, Maynard Street
NEXT DOOR TO UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC

Victor Taling
SRecords !'
E xclussive Aiiercy for
G IBSO
MANDOLINS

VAN TYNE, FELLS
OF DANUBE TRIP.I
(Continued from Pae i)
custody of the Sevaii police tryng to
fnd the Americaon consul who coolcox-
plain to them my actad intentions. Thisj
was perhapo the mot exciting adventre
which we had on the w hole tril, aid it
-seeoied oriouo enoogh lsle it loted."
Still anotliriunusual1 experice fell to
the tot of the voy aers whten they pased
the ire Gate. -Ao isIto pit," sad
Prof. Van Ttre, 'ttte Danble paaose
theoogh teTirmnsylotani 'lp aid
frcoii a wid tlt of a mile or mere it is
ouddelcontatdtoIa twidtiof strce-
ly~ 2C0 yardThciasnrrow trly knowit
as thc Dell of C a sa bot 1totiles
loa1A ii tat to cient 're tie licrapids
whtich conltitete I"troiCtr. proper.
We hail deaiiec tht it ii i lilshoot te
ferst fouapoiitsoanti ntcoget somie or
to haliisiaouacd the fi. Howee,
soc mut haotte to icoootd aitilclltwo
of them swhici lay coeltotgeteoie,
for jnst at duskowe wenccito10a raid
whtichtiiahin g ut lick ever got us
trotugh in safety. The ine-tcay u-c pad-
dleii llsng 0-ret cactioily expctiig ti
ante to the ftfth. ut cncliiiyci ulcelo)cc
ther fact thtat it was already- ip milosle-
College Iut is till open through nn-
tare school. Satidwiches of all kinds.
Skutter wants you to see his stock of
clocks, watches, ntlfotutiaini ps. Call
toy itte. 36 S. Sate.
siworid to the elect: Lxtra copies f
Tmtouooii op nr way le ptcaiteaod at
Cusling's Phariitcy, 3.6 . State.
Youit itight as sell get your book
fi at and ittndtioiossbefore clige
opetts ini liarfal. Skititeeswili treat
yott right. 305 . Sate.
Poe alt Mitsical istruimentts, supplies,
popular and classic music, see Schabere
atid Son, Music Hotse, to S. Main St.
THE OLD PLACE
R INGER. tenCO.
W~e have a fresh stock of Prince
Albert and Tuxedo ini pound andk
pound cans and jars.
Tuttle 1(401%Co.
LUNCHES Ince aino
338 S. State Street
Brennlan's Restaurant
Is the popuar place to eat.
We keep to the front and
let noie get ahead of us.
Prices are 30C and 40c.
Spece1 rates by tihe week.
612 Liberty, off State St.1

GOLD DUST TWINS HiOLD) SUMMER STUDENTS.
SWAY tN ILDCKER ROO1M. The University Music House carries a
complete stock of the Michigan College.
Iteproeitmtentls arc belig mteuni i theI Music. We invite you to tall and be-
licker rtotti if Watermnt gyitatasititti come familiar wsith it. 8_i5.
whsich soill eliinite as fair as piossibile
the accittiulaitiott of dittwchichi has CHIROPODY.
hitherto beent atiaccoimplatiintt of chin-
niing lie gyti costutmte. The lockers are Corns, bunions, inugrowing nails, treat-
to lie raiseil frott the floor to a iteighit' ed land cured. Everythitng absolutely
sich ciilpermtit a flush of waler to antiseptic. Office hours: 9-I2 a. in., I-5
poass titethcemctaatitlchanti h ie ceentlp. m. Miss E. J. Foley, p2t E. Huron
floor, ott which diist gathoers itt great St., end of North 12th. Phone 989-J.
qutatty. "Oust canovas" woll cov-erliar 10-25.
ts ofi liarlockers lto precettthe acctumt
titlatioit of dust ini the cresvice snere the It was a pleasure to go to Tuttle's of-
iloces bich up to eaich othter. Tue tee tine daitce last Friday evenintg. The
equiipmtacis of the upper floor, biy way of service was promupt and everything seen-
rentosvation, taove bcciitreatedt with the ed scas fresh atid cleain. 338 S. Slate
bichiloeride process. sireet.
-tsamot o, rrtuic ocg'O tLeIesARY Likce a drituk of fresh, coot butternmilk,
Tie uieity library callection cc- thick from the churn? Askc for it at
ceied ant addcitionirecetlty with the prer- noon. Wurster Eros., Cor. Det. and
scitoatinlay the Ilott. Elroiy M. .Avsery of Catherine Sts. Bell 423; Honte ioo.
Clevelandi, '7I, itf the fir-it ses-entvolumeus 6-16.
of his work, "A Hlisory of the Untitei
Staites atid its People." The iworkc is to
tar itt sixteen colittmes, aitit is utnusuallyt- U. of M~. and
rich itt illutratiians, inctliig facsitnile

Thy Kemfpf Music Studios SUBSCRIAEGORL
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V~ . oisteti C u Isoe ~75cPrFrancis Lt ordan, Mnging Editor
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of t6e
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Loss iTBRAno N N sn ssCOcR OOMeii.
Tho reiotmainiithe lasw'iibiilintgswhich
ws forer ly occitpiedl by the headtice
cout, iisow ibitag os-erhtastiedhby worok-
tmiet piepriaor y tiothaing it part of
the liroiry. This chiatoge cats necesosary
ini aoideetotacoodeatlae theco-eii-
creasigitnumblieof auogoos. Adoiorwa'y
leaintg fromithle old practice court to thor
cotisultatiotn atit has acencut thiroitigt
lie arl-ol , prov-idiing a coniseniettpaassage-
sooy' betw etntte alit lirairy anthtle aii-
tue-i. Room nitntthe sccndtal foiirwill abĀ°
remoiitded intlmeitonetotat court riotom
ho toilcette ilace of the onrfiortioely
tured.
toe IoInier oosidecidedth ooIto coatch
thor Culsvcertack tta tsit will herepauto
froitm ecer enttritog amteuirit cotitests
igaiitt.ColnelTI..Gh'ignoilliat bloc hiadl
of the Culvnr Millitary A5caidemay is keen-
ly disapooiniteud ov-crhis hiss.
'vhtynt have y'otur foiintaitn pens
occur as they ought to? Brng thena ho
Skinneur. recvilfixi theim. 3n6 S.
State.
PHI BETA, KAPPA
We make charms and
pins. Get your order
in now for engraving
Extra Heavy Charms $5.00
Win. ARNOL D
Jeweler 220 South Main St.
Get your MICHIGAN
Pins, Fobs and Spoons
HALLER' S
Optical6 j~ Dept~
Fioe Watch aod Jewelery Repairing
HLLERI'S JEIW[I RY STOREi
216o Souath t. Me t

t
i
I
r
I

BOAT LIVERY
Cano,,es andlBoats Rentid
P. G. TESSMER, Proprietor
RosthuPhones 6COO
Yosunitt alwauys find usltige linor
SUMMER SCHOOL
SUPPLIES
Tine East University Pharmacy
1219 S. University Ave.
0fu.-P. ices aeRight
JOHN H. LAMBERT
The Yost ef the Shoe Repairing
Business. Fie willdo yourworku
inu aihurry-spystyle.
Laces, Polishes, Etc.
The University Shoe Shop
m1 ast Williaum. Street
I called at
Basso-Rovegno's
Last night and had a peach sun-
eae. It weas fuse. I thresv onta
fime, as I hiked d o o rwo';rd
ttchange:'" and Basso banded me
hack smooth worn nicele. I was
astonished
"Tell Your Friends
That on Sunday We turn makiog
a speeiai oh our S rent chocolate,
strawberry and vanilla sundaes.
On the same day We will manke
thteir mouths wnater josh to bolt at
our peach sundae and it is the
same price."
And so I take this chance to tell
yuoall,
You get More there for your
Money
Than any place in town
I ought to know
208 S. Main St.

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