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The Wolverine, 1910-07-15

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THE WOLVERINE

Players are particular
about cues. We have good
cues: light or heavy, plan,
corded, or ebony to suit.
Find what yo like and we
reserve it for3 ou in private
drawer without charge
HUSTON BROS.
307-309 S. State St.
THE WELL-KNOWN
Chubb House
One Block from Campus.
209 S. State St.
Rates, $350 Per Week
CMLTE CAFE FOR STUDENTS
0C. BISSELL
Eeything Nw and Cea
U. of M. and
Huron River Boat Livery
Gmnoes antBoat Rentedl
P. G. TESSMER, Proprietor
Both Phnes 65
E. R. FROST
302 SOUTH STATE STREET
liI'A~L-t IN
Ladies nd (Gents'
Fine Footwear
Sole Agent for the Famous
CRAWFORD SHOES
Eberbach & Son Company
Chmicals, Drgs an Sudies I
:00-''01E. Li t t
WOLVERINE
CLVB ROO M
Billiards and Pool
Tobaccos and Cigars
Everythixi New
Student Patronage Slcitd.
Opp. D, U. R. Station
103 W. uron R. G. NOYES, Prop.
and printing paper,
cameras, pure chemi-
cals and supplies of alkinds,
come to this store and you
will be certain of depend
able quality. We sell thera
YA NSC01'
e$ FILM
which makes truer, better-

balanced negatives, and
Cyko Paper for deeper,
softer, clearer prints.
Let us show you our
splendid assortment of
cameras. Pure chemicals,
all photographic supplies.
Developing and printing
doume. Reasonable charges.
E. 3. SCHMIbT
304 S. State St.
'btone-Bell 935 L
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FULLER & O'CONNOR
Steam and French
IDry Cleaners
Soils Presse d 25c
Trousers t4c
619 L. William Street
JOHN H. LAMVBERT
The University Shoe Shop
LACEiS AN)D POLtsIS
613 E. William St., Ann Arbor
Tiff FlARlMERS AND NlItIANI(E DANkt
MAIN AND HIURON STREETS
Capoitl$50,000 Surplus and Profits $100,000
Geeat]ianinig tiness. '5eccenit pati
0D'Time anditSat-ii Depolitis.iSafety tie-
poiti Bouts tto rcciltt tt21.00 and upwards
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(jeiman-micanS ini tsj3ank
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Or AsN ARBOR, MICH.
it DINNEC, tIAtION SOULL
Ccci. Vice-Pres.
S.iv. UtA tRlSON, Cashier.
tapical. ,]o0,000. Sucolusadotidsh, $0000.

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]AMIL Y FHEATRME
The Classy Little Show Shop
THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SA TURDAY, Maion a ntur-day
Character Elsie Bake Singing
Changes ~Commedienne
The Hit of The Season
WELLS BROTHERS
An Entirely New Ant
The Best Self Explanatory Life Motion
Pictures in the City
COMINC MONDAY
Ellis Craves Whistleogue Bowers & Devine
Bell Busy and The Lady and Others
SOON DAINTY MABEL DEMPS TER
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THE NEW CATALOGUE
OF TIll
Univrsity of Michigan
Is ready for distribution at the Secretory's Office.
Itt contains contplete information conicerninig all of
the Departmenits of the University. Fall semester
begins October 4, 1910).
A copy of the Catalogue with special publications relating to any
department wilt be sent on application to
SH IRLBY W. SMITH, Secretary
Anni Arbor, flichigati

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