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June 29, 1911 - Image 3

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The Wolverine, 1911-06-29

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TNE WOLVERINE

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Brennianl's Restaulranlt
Is the popular place to eat.
We keep to the front and
let nonse get ahead of u1s.
Pricea are Sac and 40c.
Special rates by the week
612 Liberty, off State 5t.
You ill always fied a large ier of
SUMMER SCHOOL
SUPPLIES
The East University Pharmacy
12111 S. University Ave.
U. of M. and
HURON RIVER
BOAT LIVERY
Canes and Boats heeted
P. G. TESSMER, Proprietor
Bloth Phones656
STATE SAVINGS BANK
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Capital $50,0i0 0 Seplu',sendPeafits $00,00
Rtesaurceis $1,40)0101

PROF. HUDSON PRESENTS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
BOOKS TO UNIVERSITY.____________

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On the eve of becoming professor
emeritus of history, Prof. Richard Hud-
aon has presented the university library
swith the major portion of his private
library, a gift consisting of about ,200
voltumea ┬░together sith several hundred
pamphletsanaid periodical puhlications.
In recognitioit of this gift, Ilhe hoard
of regensts has giveis Prof. Hodsois a
vote of thanks; the books are to be
nmarked with special book plates and
classed wills lia cognate literature of the
subjects treated,
Prof. Hudson is planning to spend
July and Aunust at Teal Harbor, Maine.
lIn the fall he intends to sail for Europe,
swhere -he swill spenad a year in travel.
His house hsas been boughst by the Alpha
Tan Omega fraternity, whose present
house, is to be occupied by the New
York club.
NOTICE
Registration takes place as follows:
Graduate school, in office of graduate
schooat Untversity halt; literary depart-
rent, registrar's office, University halt;
engineering department, secretry's office,
r001( 263 new ensgineering building;
phairmacy departmnsit, dean's office,
roomss252 chemical laboratory, alt on
Friday, June 30, 10-12 a. isi. and 2-4
t. in, Saturday, July i, 10-12 a. in. and
2- P. ms or Moisday, July 3, 9-I2 a. in.
andl 2-5p. in. Foe the deisartment of
imedicisse asnd surgery, register at thse
office of thse secretary, msedical buiildiisg,
on Friday, Jusie 30 or Saturday July i,
9-I2 a. in., or oin Monday, July 3, 9-I2
a. in. ad 2-5 p. as.

Aft matte inithis coliiianimstfhe paid
for in advaiice. Office hoursa: 1:30 to
3 P. Mi.
L-ost-Lady's Gold Bracelet, marked
"Annie Fenton." Mrs. W~m. Schaf-
fee, 812 E. Washsbsgton, tl. 913-L. 2.
Wanted-A student to wail table for hsis
board. Work is tight; 336 5. Divi-
51011. 1-4,
Wanted-A studenst to snail table at
Wa~ltker's for his board. 2-3
Law Books for Sumssner School. Lace-
est stock in Michigans. New ansd second
band. C. F. tBarttsclt, 326 5. State St.,
second floor. Tel. 761-L. I-10.
Whens you gee to Whtitnsore ansd lonsg
'hoist diisssrtisse whsen you feel stars-in,
just aissle 'roun~d to the CliftonIintni.
Mrs. Stark is sonsse beef swhen it rcouses
to fixiis' young csickenss, fists, aind frogs'
legs. 1-3.
Nra' and Secoisd Hand Bookas. Lass,
Medical, Deisl. Largest stock, loswest
psrices. C. E. tBarltselt, 326 ,S. Stale St.,
uptsairs. Tel. 761-L. 1-10.
Outing trousers, flaisiels and tropical
Woorstedls. Allcea's Goodt Clothes Stosre,
Mains St. I-10.
Undcrwvear for mnt, all styles aisd
prices. Alleun's Good Clothes Store,
Maiss St. I-10.

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THE WELL =KNOWN
CHIJBB HOUSE
One Block frorn Campus
2019 South State Sktreet
Rates, $4.00 Per Week
[fa oom nihe trSecrud ltos
Make ozsr Store
Yo~zr Shoppirid

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MACK !R],CO.
WE i
Believe II igils

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44LLENEL:'
Aiiii Arbors Lrgeot
an.iit oel .. .
M. M. NOWLIN, Propr.
W. C. NIOWLIN, M~ngr.
SHOES, for MEN
Tennis and Golf Shoes
Ladies' and Children's
SHOES
You cave money by getting
your Shoes at
E. M. FROSTS
302 South State Street

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AND 7tAKE ALL KINDS
Let us make you a
Sketch and give you
a price 0on anything

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Summsuer Schsool Bootbs. Ness an
LAWS AND LITS CROSS second hand Dictinsaries, Art Lint
BATS; FORMIER WIN 9-8. etc. C. C. t'aretlell, 326 S. State S;
seconsd floor. Tel 761-L. z-Ic

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A faist 1ripple disturbed the surface
of firieiidly feeliisgs betweens the seiior
hisss ansd Itse senior Tits whsb eisl tw so
teams represeninlg Ilhese departmseints
claished ini a baseball coislest on Ferry
fiseld Salo turiy isorning. Thse lasss is-
sued victori101oushangiisg itsa score 1sf
9 againstI the Tits' S.

THE FARMERS AND T tl o
MECHANICS BANKTuteCCo
10 I-103-105 S. Main St.. Ann Arbor,,Mich. LUNCHES IeeadSe
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS 338 S. State Str-eet
THE NEWT CATALOGUE
of the
Unlivcr"sity of Mi0chiga-hl
IS NOW READY
Complete information concerning seven departments:
Collegiate, Engineering, Medicine,
Law, Pharmacy, Homeopathy, Den=
tistry, and the Graduate School and
the Summer Session.
Special cour.ses ini Forestry, Newspaper Work, Landscape
Design, Highler Commercial Education includisg Railway
Admninistration aiid Inuorane Archiltecture, Consetvatioii
Engineering, Pedagogy (affilialed with Aim Arbor High
School for Observation Studs)0,aitd a new course for those
pr;eparing for tuheintific adminilstration of departnments
of sanitation and public healili
For Copy of Catalogue, Special Announcement or
Individual Information address
SHIRLEY W. SMITH
Secretary University
ANN ARBOR

W~e haoveallsallIislatale at \Walker's,
336 5. Divisionl St. 2
'Whitmsore Lakle is ai pleasantilsItace
for a little antilog. Stop at thse Clifton
Isis. 2-4.
Mrs. Stark rnakces a specialty of chick-
en, fish, aind frog leg dilnners. 2-4.
Peinnanats, fatncy swork andl curios ; best
prices. Palais Royal, 209 B. Liberty.
CAPS.
Thse ltstolEnglishishiatpes inlplafs
colors aind checks. Al's Goood Clothes
Store, Maine S.I-Io.
For alt iMusicalIns11101e1t1, supplies,
polltar 011(1classicm1s15 seeSaebserle
and1 5011, Mustc House, 110 5S.MainSt.
hBring yourei lmoi0.)F. Hsppe,
Annl A-rbosr's less Photogahler, f6ig E.
Liberts- St., phone 1071 J. se do thse
best finising. 1-3.
This is just for lieArlu10ni.1
Clifton I1nn is at 0 tllore Lakti. Just
thsirty cenits esoon tels triardtheare is
whsere 0one gets billrys 1-3.
tool Weathaer Spec itls-Light Cloth-
ing, UnaderwearFHose, Tics, SterawsHats,
anad other fixings at 510a11 prices. Allen's
Good Clothses Store, -Main. St. i-to.
MacDiarmsid's anod Gilbert's IHighli
Grade Chscalates alsways fresha at Tice's
Dreg Store, 117 So. Maiis, Phois 270.
1-4"
Bell Phone 166
116 South Plain Street
TRUBEY'S
PLACE
Is A Confectionery
but it is sonmethling else besides.
It is a plae where you can go
these hot, sweltering days, and
order something cold-never niind
what you want, Tere Fv has it.
The room is cool and pleasant and
you aee given pronmpt seevice by
quiet, neat, pretty girls. You may
order your creaue for the folks for
over Sunday, too.

Weissigner Sign Co.
Phone 910-L
ANN ARBOR SAYINGS BANK

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Caipit - - x'300.000.00l
Onepias anud Peafits - $100,000O.0
Rtesoures - - w2.800,000.00
A generalitbaniingibeg ibesrs transacterd
N.WA. Corner Alainluand 1-uronl Sts.

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Hailer's College Jewelry
( oe I ete OpticIalDept. 11 1 iClass Watcli and11lenetey lRepa((lung.
Hailer's Jewelry Stoic 216 S. Malts Street

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Granger's Academy of Dancing
.Sumnmer School ClsssforhLadies an~d GOrltenurls Tuesday andFri-
blegils 'Thursdsiy, Jl1y 11111
For Particulars call at Academy or Phone 24$ Office Hours 10 to 12 a. m.

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The Ann Arbor
Swm ingPool'
Will be Opetn
Every Day Except Sunday
9A.M. to 9P.M.
Open' Sundays
3 P. M. to 5 P. M.
It is refreshing to take a bath in niee cool spring water.
ANN ARBOR SWIMMING PARK
713 S. FIFTH AVE.

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