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The Wolverine, 1910-07-07

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THE \VOIVVRINff ____

____ - FRENCH ART EXPLAINED
I'l'er repriular____
about cs tiiree ood Professor Thiemne Contrasts Ideas
ii i i ~ 0) iit. of [)ifferent Schools
I 'idiii it Youi ke d-' e "TIhitlihtle if liii' Nineteenth Centuiry
ro'Wd lRS eiclure iif tie siimiiier scliool series
II I-J 1. ON "RO . veliii iii afte rnooni. "In Friech
307-309 S. State St. IpaI inig IDelacri meaiit as miich as
Vicltr 1In goelidi i literature.
_______________________________________ .Aflee the Rertilitiisttaiiilfinial over-
ihirow if Napoleon there itai a liitg
utb House rsrcin.The hFretieAadml wa
R ppoedttuihfreediomit, atti, inii ten lg
OeBlock from Campus. t iiosetitles. the re enistuedl t batttle
its iil hettt cctithe Seti- ol andilthe Ittle-
209 5. State St. T7-t ii ijtits fletaletit
Tis m(i liipleloth iae Are
Is $3t hecrek Weekiedth
_______________________________________ Is ithe highest itti Of art, (4) tiiltcer-
tansbjcslesigntatedl by the 'Chef,'
Co to the h h iott of ritertioti, sttehtat
STUDNTSSUPPY SORE aun, titos, sylphls, ete., (41 terfect
STUDENTkSUPPLYSTOREtetittice te estile tatusi
tjoR AL rotrt artt(6) a t i e taught,Ihentce tteri
Summer School Supplies Iteauttifuil, (71 to tItiti the creek laisoNt 1)k.Puti os tto- pooto n eini oasrs ihe
try ig i lle ofii Canitetts tosessee of eerttint estimattlle talent.
it ts, t.
Thii result of these pitneiples wtas itiai
Lil.t L ED h ~adm-bit pafridb1111South Unisity's tipertof tdogmtit tutdimethtodleavitig
nohigtocantie.It cretatedlcertaini
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MANY MUSICIANS TRAVEL ABROAD
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tItf.5Iiti IN
Ladies and (Gents'
Fiae Footwvear
Sole Ageat for the Famous
CRAWFORD SHOES
IEberbach & Son Company
Cheoscsot, Drugs ad Sundres
W 0 V E KIN E
CLUB ROOM
Billiards and Pool
Tobaccos and Cigars
Ever-ythigNew
Ptiueti iii tttttgr iitedt.
Opp. 0. U. B. Statna.
1103W.Baron RB G.NOYES, Prop.
F OR photographic film
and printiflg paper,
cameras, pure chemi-
cals and supplies of allkinds,
come to this store and you
will be certain of depend-
able quality. We sellth
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which mokes truer, better-
balanced negatives, and
Cyko Paper for deeper,
softer, clearer printo.
Let us show you our
splendid assortment of
cameras. Pure chemicals,
all photographic supplies.
Developing and printing
idoite. Reasonahle charges. .!,eo
E. J. SCHMtDT
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tutori vi iclorists,cntsidlerintg color sill-
eighteentih centutries artists fitllitwed
ti-tutuio agtainst thtemt, ill its ationiit its-
tutu frt-tdltmtiiiicetiter if tilji-et.
itni thepoutIioittitt'itmhutphlri'ti-i-r
lil tifhentionity-,i ii biftotsitisit-t
hamperefd-t bytthiuri.cko ol edgt-~ite in
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FULLER & O'CONNOR
Steam and French
Dry Cleaners
Suits Pressed 25c
Trousers 10c
619 E. William Street
JOHN H. LAMBERT
The University Shoe Shop
luiIiinofA retitsittith AtiIrchiPro
LACES ANt) POLISHES
613EH Wifliam St., Ann Arbor
rilt FARMERS AND M[ECHANICS BANK
MAIN ANt) HUROON STREETS
Capitl510,000 Sorplos aid IProrfits$100,000
iuitoraltlatuking Business,.5 perusal paid
iTtimeu n aut v ing.,tDeposits. 0Safety Do-
musI ts (mii tori-si t tV-00ttasd upwards
it 11P. Prs.-i . (ai. Iui'l TTt-ss'sAs Vice-Prrs,
it. A. iWttit, t ashtier F. T. STOWE. Asst.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capiuttl Slt.kii0,000 Surplus O$290,000
Reisurcei s $2,4,000
A Geoneral anking Business Transacted
Ovc t s:Chas.KE.lHisock, Pres.; W. D.
Haorriman, Vice Pres.:M. J Fritz, Casier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
iii, J. Booth Jnu. V. Sheehar
Wrot, Arnold fDr. V. C.Vaughan
las. it, Wade K. F. Mills
it itsIf surer Jno. Knob
t'n r(f I-iiS. Curhuart Hfesry W. Dougls
Cirti tiau Muartine Danss.Iimmermn
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
fie ANN ARBOR, MH.
ii INN E, lAfISON SOULS.
Prs.Vice-Pres.
S. t. CLAfRKSON, Cushtier.
-' apit lun10,000. urohussand Profts,$10.000.
Cj4wtAenau SARiiIsuak
Cormsmerclal a.nd
Savmns
Gov,. Ma.,lsn and Liberty Sts-..ts
U. of M. and
HuronRiver Boat Livery
(''aloestut111itBotts Ittnted
P. G. TESSMER, Proprietor
Bath Phonns 656

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flotors anth finisiheiowt,-Go.tithetauotve.
liii fOs 32. FastI frnti. Goodh lioa
Ctutl Iloomis for summuuuer. Retasonale
eatts, uou S. Thatuer St.Thrte doorts
souithliof camphuus. :Modeiruthouse.i Mrs.
A. F. Sutre. Chote 1317-L. I-2-3.

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IL. D. lCARR & I . ShNIfS.
03 I- 17 AP . 7SiyI --. N;Hu wk.

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ow COOLER THAN THE POLAR.REGIONS 0W
THURSDAY FRIDAY S ATVRDAY
Comedy Cyclists Supreme
Ladare-Warner Trio
An Association Aat
ANIMATED VIE WS Pictorial Ballads
THE LATEST THE BEST
The King of Harmony
Musical Alward
And Others
Commnenci ng Monday, Jul~y 11th
Thte Booingsoftot this'Theatre unill he handcled by The Vaudeville
Maniagers' Circuit, uffliateod with 200 thecattes throughout thou
Middle West. Head quauitt ro, Chiciago.

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for all departments at prices that
will interest you.
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Fountain Pens, Blank Books,
Stationery, Etc., Etc.
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