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August 19, 1911 - Image 2

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The Wolverine, 1911-08-19

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T ?Ii EWOL VERNI NEN

Northwestern Mutual
LIFE INS. CO.
MILWAUKEE
Let Us Have a Talk
WithYOU
FRED'K M. STEINBAUER
Dlistrict Agent.,tHammond Building
Detroit
WM. S. McCORMICK
* Local Agent
1210o Washtenaw Ave.
Call 373-J
LUNCHES
BANCILOFTS.
PHOTOGRAPHS;R
Official Photographer to Michigan
Athletics for 10 yearn.
Studlio: 319 E. Huron St. Phone 961-L'
SuetsSupply Store
Shtationery, ENGINEErR'S SUPPLIES,
CantdyCigars, otc.1111 S.University
UNIVERSITY
School of Music
MAYNARD STREET
SUMMER SESSION
Eight Weehs All Braches
Fall semester will begin
Oct. 2 -30 Artist Teachers
Senailfar illusore at alogue
CHARLES A. SINK
Secretary
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Capital :"50,000 surplus 0001 Profits j.0,0001
Rtesouarces J1,400,000

THE WOLVERINE
Publisbcd Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday afternoonls by ihe students of
thic Univcrsity of Micbigainsunamer ses-
Comnmunieations will be priintcd olt
when signed, although wtritrs namc
wili be wihheld on requcst. Notices
pertaining to university affairs stilt be
printed once gratis.
Managing Editor-IHarold G. McGee.
Business Mongr-JuHx H. PAYNt.
Bell Phone 1359 or 960.
Res. 444 S. Slate Sc.
cODITORIAl, STAID
gInOaS
Ernest R. Burton. Robt. M. Gillett.
William T. Daugherty.
RCORCeono

-,gtt22-\ o5 ectl it
a tgit 23-2 1 I~i:pon nall d-
pairtmientts, exceptl. .1 law, accoiring
to sc,;ctl at s ailol ced et-ewbere.
' Uiltst 3n- eiptcm551i Nulls m atioi's
ii(O ino lwleflrse ito rSSnl t I
fine line of exaiii 'on qusionis, wilt
be brewi'ig frtepor hs i tu51-
dent. Probialys-those ijitestioiis will lie
isorked out swithiscerupultous care; andu,
sen iThey a re compl ete, oversight soe
baste awill tease a feaw of thsemini a con-
dstiias of total inianilt. Nos e sokeowi
that instruetors are ttiiiaii:1(oerr i
livnstsi ; erga-. Vist, and iere's the
rib, it is for just sucihiihuan errors
that stuenits arc connied ansd pliickedi
every rear. Havssinig swasteidpreiou151
miniutes, ini the unervous tenssissntof sa 1-

MUSIC AND DRAMA
11-1 51"CH ADO ABOUT -NOTINGt.
Thte secosnudrecital by 'the class i
Sthakoespeaireals readintg .pill tie gis cc
N\lssayl es' tinitg sit iS osclisck iltSarahb
Cswsetl Angel lihall. Tbe ssaue scemis
of chainginigthe cissteh sceic i s was1
dosiicit "lamslet" sillIse empsiloyediill
"Musch AdossAbsouitNothsing." Thte sit-
teitolsoce sit ticeisist recital ws soi large
thsst iainy foud itimispossoileteo see ori
hear, aind as the per forimaiice -Mondusay
isill biegoin promly ontim ~e, late coms-
irs swill meeltsi siiiilar fate. Prof. T.
C. Trisebslosidexpects si imuchIiusori fin-
ishest produsctissiiofiShakispea lltre's coal-
edo is lie hisshact aimple iijsportuists ts
sttid his clsiss. The recital is coisp-
Iseitarv lto the genuerail public.

TextBoaks
FOR
SUMMER SCHOOL
Oceans of Second-Hand
Books at prices that will save
money.

Penn IH. Hossick. Maude Edwards. oat exaaiiitious, to hutd tiiisscf cir-
Morton R. Hinter. L. Earl Crossn. ieret ini the blindt alley of tnimiipossilte ..5i~iiio JoNAss.
Chas Johsoii Jams D~etit. irolemx, a -smii is, pirhaps ratiherlaos- siberio Jsonas, PhD., 1formierly hieadi
IBurleigh N JE b. t ioae.Win s tl, iiiclinied to regard ihis examni s of the pianio detsartmsentc of the Ulliser-
itiacobpst.IHoritcloenG. hatlguei.s sitshySchoolstof Music. andillately hon-
~ STAF ol te Istssitelisse, is the past, forfeited oredlwstllsthe Reel Cross biy the King isf
Aasistant Business Masager-Victor H. the respiect of their sudensts iii this mn Spin,. has recenily receisved froii the
Lawn. 11c~nr, 1s a tact ; thtat a careful soloving. of Blerlinsirtorshaltlhandles his photssgraiphs
Addressa: THE WOLVeRuNIto, Press the ir owssqetsions aresious to the ex- t statemieinit whichi say'siliact.420 caibiniet
Bldg., Mayinard Street, Ann Arbor, siiiiistioii ssosildthaureteiinataedl tse itutres, 10large phtograsphs, sad averf
Michigan. troilstomne errors. is reasoniabile;tshit s00 post-lcardls hasve beeni sold swiin
sits teacher shlunowli or caire so lt- the list year. (31 the large photiographs,
Office Hoars: t 1:00to 0:30 p. M.sxweeoltoatchlssmdls
daily. tie as tosgive outiclam ssinat i o c oeooinissn-cso saiisie
Belt Phone, 96o. taisninig simpille errors is, to the Illol ci t Dr.isinss is sitpresect on ai tour of Eu
ire miiid, iinexcsablet. nip.
Subscription Rates : Local, sevently- 51ANY f VCliNTS its unusso ii (IN sR ISIT ligROiTisy
'lve cenits for the summaer; mnilied ito r . 1101 1Ta cots treeiitestbug .io
any address for one dollar. iiiai .t1 rte eaderslhip of Prof. Rt. h).
neilost the tnivesrsiityliosplit, wais 151 Psrma lfr-siAitracieta sos
Advertising Rates : Furnaished sipon neilarkerylifl 't'tscsboasyesterroyit to M
applicatiots to the Business Matiager. hg tis Isit the lsirge electriesil plasnts oil
lanschetsr Tlo. ''Tsr 3 . 00011" iiofletrii The Detrtiit Edlisson, Mercy
\\'aiter It. llon'rt iss liii Pouts,1D.LR a.nd ise Muinicipl i Lgut-
- Ongii. i irIsoh51 iiit i.Plaiits soere s isitesI it the ntosrng
__________________coples__will____________________i51whiltshils aftero onws spest a st the
S ATUIOD II', .AU.GUST 19, F911. Thec isier". I ni ac>oilf tI s iEi d-ios osssii itoi
Niii I. Bakrlsi tol i ueII iiiil IWiy tot have your fouintains peas
Editr Tday '5 ico It Is N. lii, i 1i ii1,1 , 1.1 to sut llt)1w ite is they' ought to? Brisng theta los
.1 llololliOlil'Ith l5a le. ohSkier. He still ix thesis. 36
Ranssdaill oaid P[cs, 121 E. Ifosihingitlo 1, ,01tate
Nor. all hfsiusical isss sste=lie stipplies, -
11 iloifos, .-hlc~liot 21, oil 3 P.M - ---popuilsir aitd classicemusiste see Sclhacherle1 CollceeIn is still open through suns-
CALEN DAR and Sost, Music H-osise,110 5otS.'Main St. user school. Sansdswices of alt ktnds.

Enigilleer's Supplies
FOUNTAIN PENS
BLANK BOOKS
STATIONERY, ETC.
WAHW'S
University Bookstore

t
t

I-I0. 1-I0.

:\t gistl21.01 1es'l 'ITsbosms, lecture lby
Prf . N. Scott,.wsot ctlecerolilsi,
phylsicsslloIratoory 01t.
(sigoist 21--llnlsetsIdoo Abouit Noting
recitaol by the cliscs inii Viltsiloslrenrs
reaoding,. SaraohoCswesll Aur g1 I ala

i

8o.
ProIf.
C'ooss i

Hailer's College JewelryI
Csomplsete Oil D ept. Iiis Ct~.os 55all loasia i eily Repsairing.
Hailer's Jewelry Store 21a6 S. Main Street
[tome Laundry Company
Bell Phone 381 J 21 8 1E. Huron St. H/ome Phone 205 Black
JO S. A. ( tiAGL ~E
Our Mlotto: "Whsat we do, we dos Well" Quality not Qaanity

21 \ 0 i)a Taoos , lectutre by
It. 'N. Sc;. ss iet letru re ro 1111.
aut laora10tory,. ot ;.
Ido AbsosutNotig, r citotlits
it Siataiwa~'rea'oir .5iii ', Sarot
11n l 11-aollsu, st 8.

1Rough Without Extra
Weight
A groat many1 men lllike ltse
roughl course braids.btit object
to the weight. The Knox
hat solves the problem.
1171o0:' sold onfy byl so.
IReule, Conlin & FHegel
j 200=202 S. Main: St.
K1IRTLAN D'S
Ihe Old Place Billiai d
Parlors
Beti-c rd Ntlit xpeinsive
equuiJ f~iiuuItN TH EVtCITY
FU1L LINE 01"
Cigars, Tobacco and Candy

i

hA

Hear Ye, Hear Ye,
Hear Ye
Citeans at Asn Arbar-Students at
the U.at M.
SUGAR BOWL
intheicsly ofAnn SArbo of1010S. Mi
t. ait allugsthtisthue saidiSUGAR
BOWL is ready ableli, andol willing in
srvecbetter reaansweeso'teri'cundie's
with prompulter o-is iuoe ouy othee
simsitar 'oncectionsory ini thisecity. Assd
tius thuey ure 0wlling touleetoiltue
coutray.s
Phone 967

Lyndon, Phtora r
Arson Arbor's Headq.sartea-s for- Kodaks, Catras a d PP..onoSuapplies
I make a speci ally of Devielopiitg, Printinig asud Enilarging for Am ntori-by moderiinaetiods.
This has beetsany businuess for seveni yeas s an~d it has increased es-coyslay-Only results will do
1 this an~d so wshenuever you oralit ainythlinsg phlotographie lole 'or thse sign of thse kodak-That's
whlere thinlgs miove.
j 719 No. N
79N.Vnilr.slly Kodakts foe st Rca. IOn nper- eay
J .All Me's Suits
0

Take theni to (Now under new
MODEN SHE REAIR HO manssg rnent)
and the will be repaired as they should be--with nothing but the best alfnmaterials and worhsmaaalap eaacelldhbyn o- CLO'e have recently added twa cI the newes
machines to our modern equipment which makes our shop the mot camplesa and up-I-dae o any sho in the v eioii9 of thuo campus This is wuha maes it possible
for us to do such high-grade work and gal it cut so promptly with no conusion. We make a speiallyj at re-coine rubber-slad Ofords.
4Wesell Shoe Laces EJa The Sign o the
and Shce Polish ' Big Elecric Shoe

Better Sole Those Shoes
Before You Start Homne

Co an See210 Huron Street

You Will Always Be Clad
You Did. Tom Gives
You Service Plus

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