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August 22, 1911 - Image 2

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The Wolverine, 1911-08-22

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TUE TWO LV ER IN E

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Northwestern Mutual
LIFE INS. Co.
M~ILWAUKEE
"Let Us Have a Talk
WithYOU
FRED'K M. STEINBAUER
District Agent, Htammsond luilding
Detroit
WM. S. McCORMiICK
Local Agent
j 1210 Washtenaw Ave.
Call 373-J
BEST
BANCROFT
Ice Cream 72Mmo t
an Cold Drinks 72 MrnoSt
Ube
PHOTOGRA PHER
Official Photographer to Michigan
Athletics for 10 years.
StudP: 319 E. Huron St. Phone 961-L
IStudent's Supply Store
For your Note Pools, Fountain Pros,
Stationery, ENGINEERS SUPPLIES,
Candy, Cigars, Etc. 0111 S. University
UNIVERSITY
School of Music
MAYNARD STREET
SUMMER SESSION
Eight Weeks AllBranhes
Fall semester will begin
Oct. 2- 30 Artist Teachers
Sesnd for ilhustlraited caltonue
CHARLES A. SINK
Secretary
STATE SAVINGS BANK
ANN ARBOR; MICH.
Caitl i50,000 Surplus ossd Frolits .0,000
Resources $1,400,00

THE WOLVERINE
Publislhed Tuetday, Tihorsdloy and
Saturday afternoons by the studciits of
thoc University of Michigan summer ses-
Commnunications still lbc printecd only
wslen sigooed, although writer's name
wili be withoheldi on request. Notices
pertainoing Itouniversity affairs still he
printed snre gratis.
llanaging. Editor.-Harold G. McGee,
Business Manlager-JOHiN H. PAYNE.
Bell Phone 1359 or 96o.
Res. 444 S. Shale Si.
EDITORIAL,5ST1FF
EDtITORS
1?rnesl R. Burtoa. Rohl. M. Gillcht.
Williamo T. Daugherty.
Penn IFI. Hossick. Maude Edwards.
MNorlon R. Hunter. L. Earl Crossman.
Chas. Johnson. Janmes DEvelin.
Burleigh E. Jacohs. Hblamer0. Wilgus.
nUSINtSSTAFF
Assistosit Buofness ,Manasger--Victor H.
Lawn.
Address: Tilm WOLVERINE, Press
Bldg., Maynard Sireet, Ann Arhor.
Michigan.
Office Hours: 1:000 In 2:30 p. M.
daily.
Bell Phonse, 96o.
Suhscriptioni Roles: Local, seventy-
lice rents for thoe slimmer; nmailed In
aony address for one dollar.
Advertising Roles : ournished upon0
appiicationo 1thoc Business Mansager.
E~ditorc .1door-Esore . 41. Gotigre.
TUJESDAbY. AUGUST 22, 1911.
CALENBAR
Friday, bog. 2,-Soomsmoor Sessio ciloses
for all olepoorisoeo~s scot loss.
Satooroday, Sept. 2-Lawcsummooer S°soo
closes.

f oriunlte fam is.But thioee are oa few ASS'T.PROF . GNER GOES
,Oodcoits wso 5thoik it is smart 1o exalt TO EU ROPE POR VA\CATION.
g,te Itheir 1troubles; thors prepare fr--
their ex ooooooioos oooticho hubioub oandco , Co harlsotsP.\Wagnoer, asosisantiproflessor
throwo hothemo iooa sscaleof moential csociing Iof omanoce loguages,oandl acinog see-
cluiso c c .sar0aile too sle noise c oil-1rear oooth osmmr sessicno,. sill lease
olces . inso asis icotriin.Por s ir o Tootsoay isth lbOc. iWagner flor Euoropie.
0-e <COO 1 0' triouobles ste advise sleep.o1TIhto sil spotooid abooo o ss ovwecks in
The imal i0s only a game; p0 lay iItloard,,I Paorissowhere Prosi. 'Waogner trill smake
buct doon1touse loaso sonuckles. If itheso isispoograpisof ithe moediaeval Sipanish
er=dci~c a t.c ouboole advantoge mcuscriptosti thbcnatoioonal oosseoioo. Tiot
oi I Iso 0 and oon rog ooompire 00o, isn' t0emoinderof lis vaatoi o will be spento
sclooarc, is an00hoonor to loose. in Madoridl00nc southlern Sipainophslo-
grapinglo osediacoal Sipanoish moanuoscriptis
Ci'V rASIUPTCAMPo. o01 5whichothocnatisoonal omuseumooanodltheo
Ct 00Os log 0.5 0000 ss Libsoaro of Roya~l College, iVladrid, of-
Evc u atth "Bug cmpthe dn' forods moanoy exceilloot specimnoos. Prof.
alwrays scori,. Tfle coaIol nghtoair, the Wanerooswilluse otsese phootographls in
god 01 oliosm oo rethe srrysknisootappr
ei ly nfuene orethn sudousas -0ctiocal etiono of fouorteenthlocentucry,
irolo oocrs. Courfeto ranog iheoshoe ronighot isolot
-bsut it i ciootirinog t011101:30. WheIo ' ________________
maigof sctsoiooos of thocsoars, Paroty,! otcOl o' Ates CiL.SS coojtAKsoox.
3 was ruodely disitorboedIby loearioogithe
sell a0t the isog" caoop rinoutsoienihe Liiorariaoo lo stwill takle a class 1o0
still r igloo air. Iomooediaely after, tliree Jaclkson odaooioy or itoe purpose of study-
statle copls, ho ad ee enoyig ng tse isoublic library. A ithorsoughocx-
the 00msoolighot back of camp, o. were seento iaino h tckcruain n
to goso camoperioog block too shoelter. geoneral sovstein, sinsilar too the oooe moade

FOE
SUMMER SCHOOL
Oceans of Second-Hand
Books at prices that will save
money.
Bilgilleers Supplies
FOUNTAIN PENS
BLANK BOOKS
STATION ERYj ETC.

liosg thoc canmp is Wcowsfsis k lsoss. I V,' - '
LIBRARY 0.000500 se TO vAIseeNo OTING. University Bookstore
C. os. e-'too\O IIISroR OFEREcNCE;o. bMemboers of thoclibrary sloffswill leaveI
for Cedar Psoint, Ohioo, Saturoday, Sep-
C. K.Tsa Ioairmoaoo of Ike commitoo- timeoo~r to:atteond thouoting of toe
lee w h i as chaorgeof thocpreparationst Ohioaondl Xlichoigano Librarianos. The
of thoc lotal1Cinoese activities left today eonoferenoce lasts 01 week, the mornings1
for Moolote it ~sconsint, where thoccom-bs-eiong devoted ol th l eolcotcings 0a(1 after-
orgClocas sooteoos cooferooe scll ocrs0 toisrecreationo. Iheretofore the Ii-
helo, So ptoobrI. brarianos fromo all over ihis stole looseI
hedarta etnsbtti stefrtLRGER, SESSMENT WILL lisle thai aonoter statie bos been inclcod-
>IlkLP UN0IVERSITY INCOME.col.
A000o0g Oboe speakecrs Michoigaoo svll lbe
Thet uonosersitcyssill hereafter receivei rerese di, cobl It1-y :Mr. 1Koch a0n1d ~ y
cc ossoidralile mtost: onooey fr oms l stateProof. bWkoles. ;;:"::.::,::
000 accot'of tooheoinceas s lsoolison of -_____
p5 01000000St00tax lomisohsfoounod For oll Musicalloosirumontos, suplplies
t: atteporty on000hc staoe is scortipopular and classic omusic, iee Schaerl
nealy hre l~l'i,1dollars, tof whicho'and Son, Music House, tin S. Maoin Si.yr
C .3(X I o sessedlminsogOallmotIwo II-0 1O
bsillos 10o hle tunivesity receiv es an a p-
prpraicootf ill 0000tie dlollar VWhy noolhove youor fouontaion pelss
aoild thiloghoersvaluatison osf roperty swill write as they ooughttis? Bring them osit ______________________
mtetiaololy increaste the unoiesiys iot Skinnser. He still fix ithemi. 3o6i S.
coma-frsomthIe stste. Stale. l krnuo'h Withnntf vtr.

r~i aller's College
PLA OttY .Complee Otical Drpt. EHigh loaoss Walco andd 5
FLxsooitioooits Ie~iootoot croos;,aodoj Halter's Jewelry Store
0005- srcis toe lass ofosthoe wstk..wssll o
1~ eciog itebles ofhoeidottositho fits
thotiogh swtlshocheaid of slo 0 ti Ititr o e i Iri 4
my hotatltere still hoe co'itt-oil~ost H o -. aundr
;ivtoo itatsre 00000 harod too le to sot e h Bell Phone 381 J 218 E. Huron St. lHoe
wsith~oot Oartificiall stiomuluos:0 th i ver o t o
-toch alt examoinatlion t 1 ci gs 000 tse osy- JOS. A. GAG LE
opat::iasward; 0cc feel sorrys forIis 1000 Our Motto: "What we do, we ito Wel,

Jewelry1
Jewelry Repairing.
216 S. Main Sireei
Company
mse ,Phone 205 Black
Quality not Quanity

Hear Ye, Hear Ye,
Hear Ye
Citizens at Ann Arbor-Students at
the U. ot M.
Now Coonos toe
SUGAR BOWL
00 tie city of Auin A rbor of 1009oS01ain
.St and allt rs thast the sil SUGAR
BOWL it ready, oale, and nil log. to
serve bootterercramllasod sweetler cnodies
swiths prompter servicethanoayo othoe
similaurconfectioniory in thiscity. And
this 111cy reswillioog to rIO e to otoe
county.
Phone 967

Lyndon, Photographer
ArnaeArbor-'s Headqu~arerseafaor Kadaks. Camerzaas ared Plento S'asppitas
I so le a spciality of Beselopiotg, Printitng atid Etnlarging for Amateurs-by modern methiods.
Thlis 110s beeon liy Liisitcss foi seveto years and it has increased every dlay-Only results will do
this ando so whvlieoes-r you stoo t anyihting photographic look for the sign of the kodak-Thiat's
whlere tintgs move5.
jL YNDON
719 Na. Vrlestr-stty Kodaks faor Rany. t0 pa.- day

INUUS1u 11'SISIUUL J.,ALJ (d
Weight
A great maibytnin like the
rotugh course braids but object
to the weight. Ti e Knox
loot solv-es the problem.
Knoox sold onoly by ots.
KIRTLAND'S
The Old Place'Bililaid
Parlors
Beok and ':Host Expensive
equitolenkt INTTb E CITY

Al1 Men's Suits
4/0 e g L C at 20%w

>offj

FULL LINE OF
Cigars, Tobacco aind Candy

"L d*et We have re.
ceived our =.S o s
The newest styles in tan and dull calf and black suede. We have the new high toes, both broad and narrow, and the new
high cut 1 6 button, boots. Our new line of dress pumps is also in--the swellest things you ever saw in velvet, gold cmbroidercd
and with rhinestone ornaments, matt kid, patent, satin and suedes. If you want the newest and most ccrrcct smyles do not miss
seeing things.
HoieryJ' .,+.r, Maim St eet RRepairing

Better Sole Those Shoes
Before, You Start Home
Co and See

°TOMLOVL
210 Huron $treet

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

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