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The Wolverine, 1910-07-16

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It . VI L CICI N g

"SILL LINE OF
Kodaks and Supplies
D~eveloping and Printing for
Amateurs
E. E, CALKINS, Druggist
324 S. State St.
Get your MICHIGAN
Pins, Fobs and Spoons
HALLER'S
Optical' Dept.
Fine Watch and Jewelery Repairing
HALLER1'S JEW[[U1Y STOR[
216 South Main~ St.

T"E WOLVERINE
Tn-nweekly publication of th tu ent
of the Unisersitsy of MicigniiSiummerc
tlicaig 1 dto)-ar I Ai' Vjiitt it.
tddin- ccChief -iANA'. Cl Jas
News Editor . l... a. DonS. iriey
4. IR. iBurtotn l'da ant 1. tdt
If.G.C-M~c~iee Bttitch J acobs
Xdvrtisinsg Managccer..iRichardl Simmssons
LI. 0. Carpcenter. t1t. 'l.(Clkins.
Johtn iionilla Fldii iF.J]mochaI
Xv;IG. B levii
cl9drtessa Tit' W0Is,s osas', Pressfill!
'Xayniad Street, a Att r.s',i iiian.i
Offic Hour,: 5r.:'tt to 2:30 1. int. Idily.
Roth phlonie , 960.
Subsecritiionu Rates:tLocal,fi fty cciii
fitr lie sttutte tncailedi tocally a(_
dress fori tvetnty-five cecnts adtoi
\Adverctisintgrales: P'crislsedlupon ap-
plictioun toi the ianatitctsiii itl% r
SAVPTRDAY, Jil Yt'6~, tittt.
Tosday teheart iiislcilliiisccl iiofI I
IFllct,'ct'satiuienti iirectoryappes.
This has lienis anigcled iiiiitheiil-
avcrasyrecoirds,ctscclis a ' t ite a icc'
as possible. 'Teletihioieinuitbiesluis)
ienusseritical at lie otfices if th e tsle
ilhoneccopanies tatudsihere p11c ila
hers iwere not registeredionthestu
dent's cardt thcey tacv eecsaladded. 'Ii
tiusmies nice ccrect iaccc Iis ii iith
niis umbrinig if the streets. lihi' icncc
mieii tosf thse cdirecto ry cassumes o ra
,;incsiiitt for utistakecs that acii'c t
theiwrong registatciti iofistrecta. Vtc
ranitheicitoavoascidi iisakethcat art
tiasond ythe rImiviitoisnii ccl
fro osncs ttest tiianthercc iwlen liii
sate aniot recursdedithis chiange i' the
othces osiChe scummeiissicaession. Thiii(11
rectr issw sillibeitpulishmedi a ast sth
phon i nii umibeir iis clilibe rirs icc It ii ill
lie compiltedciwiittiiinaiiut aiweesk. l1n
order toioainiascomple~iiiti' i of te
stiiieints it cciice necescsary ito'presirve
copies ccf the atp apes cltcImiccc; tihe

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CENOTAPH LOOSE AMONG US
Has Roamed Campus Quietely for
Over Sixty Years
;u>' ill ha ou w r walk cci cc' i n 'ig Peace-
f icllyaac toss a aiiiii'ts o e(,akna ight,
tn hi suit 5ilu i c maie lice to lace
ccii h 'a ccnot sic. "XX'cciit i l tc aike tic
cictic h Ial, or care cciii sine iof those
taollc wholiiare')so col iin tiecs Iiessf
d ci r tic hati i a cic'' ih\c " Sitti~saics
cgIIs', ii), 'ic ii shouldI'holdi iurii oui d
cii \-)n h1 l 'to rco 1 s tcc -
to chIf i al liccislii seei' Awciiif yicc
-eo ii cd it i it li-o 55he ableit
Xcii(51 5 c 1i- i t large
(.11 the ic ciii s 1 asn d u tibeen
aenici~-cY std sit htcs). "Nocti cccii
ci isis cstdet chre iowibli y cw)
in h a cft ticse a ls of cii isisisi
fo c',anw i\ Y as. I a sir-
it cd more it in E~rs c~c'1 1:1,111its eg -
ti, h od cemiiclinicscliii'w sal clinic
is srer so e ooitaih' to se cwenithl

at'\ Nisci tinWsts rnapi'erreci ircms linac
ico Ascin kiirbo inc1841 ansisal deiscs'Pro-
fesscir ccfthe (Greekind ciiLutistLaii-
gacges. ii'He i cciiedt'n c:rbr ini 1845,
jncst aefore cisc irst clcasswatagraduatciedt.
Doisglnis IHoucghictic soiwhomsathetsr
ccf cisc tablets is dedlictedi, waccapint-
ed Prafessriof Chcemscitry , ine 50 C'
andi 1a5slgs it ii nccichianinitics'yliir
1839,cbuice cnescliirccd idayrguari'teants
iuig ice. XXhitseengacgen iiccsi'ilciiial
stirsvcy ccltihs Utiter Pencinsuaii, hicc' s
Isistic c l cniae Scipericorc'inc1845.Iisi
v'aluali'e ollecis of inser'cls and ii s
herb'tai'imiswercc'preseteci ei Unc i-
5e~t c os f c M tichigcan.
SamucetllDeuuuuuuwscsaccmembcer ccf tse
tirst unsaid of regen))ts ccf tics' ccii' s''ai
asci dress'tics' tirs''eeir ters.sH1Icws
Profciessor of thIcs leoryc'sciii Prctice'
if XMeicsusial ofiPathsosicgyinicctis
Med'sis'c lDeparitmnt fro'mn its rgiz'a-e
tion)ini 18,a uctil iisssindciii. tie did nit
XiiiNlXrt i
t'Ccc'harl is iws aptpinteiii'i pr'))fessori
col Xgricul ture.cic ticsUivciir'sits of
M\icisiiganii in 1854 liii) ciii cci cicisa
l An iinne aciiyccr.
5)5)55 iii JCii MP5 HAlS aPFi'i5.
Studesisatcctics Biologcicalchmucs c'
cast tic in ciii clncs iycthoseiatcite ccci-
versity. Tich snstcaphs a'ppesr ofitsi
cccil Mslucs Lutc'i'ie s'scoics atics'eitori).
Theii pacperi'appueacrsweeklin (] con 'sitains
iciisslsicecielscipert'a'iincg tctiost'snsw'Inly
inrkof tics' cacti, f'ature'satorcie's, cand
ridssfIis'tics'guiiacseifcic'h'ecampes''.

NEW FOR
SUMMER

MIc i
sti7 cit

allow .111 r as weiventurcs sw
an cc c l~wne-:Iii)wil,sit miais
rcinpcted at "mycime5555cc cit i
nts i ww a norh of n l esiccal
c. 'thi iprtof the cciii) ha, 5)555
led I1Is tics ciii) XMcdical 13111uu(1ui1us;
ht 55555>> ,aitiiia wasa ftlier
s madeint nsal ticsticc:cfildIsio' the
it ic}. The tilt ahscii)) ito ga
r rw }xlw ' ww aw, as lwavs it oc1
ciii)))')) 1 1)place' in the tic' ci, 'and
11ci sai '") indu 'ciosmove ill ith
WI,' of) ~ toins hei is litsi iiiw'e'e'it
hdtnt isptdswi

We ure shovinlg an exten
sive lhme cl Summsner Fabrics.
Thce assortmcentl comprises
everyclciig that as new and
nisbby icn design, color and
qualify. We culs say with-
out exilggeralitan or stock
this yeur is licenmo. t haynd-
somce we, have ever shown,
a cidwill readily uppeal .o the
mosst particular patron.

XI is acthie risce'Kimit, inast lear'asliii
'crai Sin'' 'try onchalfime atc cc Nc'itsi'
ta,1tints cc'epsctie 'the aiposii ticor th
tear.,11isch' '. XX C. X. is t
( ec'onigiractulatedsioniisec'ursinsg;ierseran

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X~o, (n'the rigum acensoicah
only a imumet erclad n Donoci' of
cc it l)conta ins imemor)cc iatleta
'ss) s. T e 5rken saft s cciudcalo
cii 5) ded a fee- w aeks efore 0))
5s )') tatit) wincha ii s'dcc
Mus t? 1845.'ill )al ti s d taI e
ccRN prourin a 5),universic ty Bury
mou) " b t itias ]il untiii Sep-
as tlccii c I iiwas itsncresiclveits' c
cco opar feetfcand cidwy 'beide
I cci' h sil) ''anidiitaetiast sis')) th
roundscl, rid silka 5 cbe teen theis rt
ccd southlimesofi h r in s bei'sat
)arts i ci a Ct5)5r f rth T ')' ats'.
'Ilk, cmonum it cc it t r). XX iii sc's wa
y asd itic e 1 -U'' isersailty lBu)y-
was i ii I''iasaneer .Cclpii'

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'lie repocrt of tics Ca.rneg'ie' Puns's-
versities Ifc'rm)5tccdia clitheiiaos'encouracg-
isig exhiit'sa oifccui' formccofl si'iiic'icitic
C'pla sc m ic cciandcicinumnl mic sa
crryciallt'iLe ice ccdoin, gu~ita an
pcinocifolioiscatMusiccsal :rtS, ctre. "cci
Stants'Street.
XXesmsakec ccii' owiiiAlIscrap' boos
andii --we you))a s ood'ices nsais am
aisteitiith tiishie betins)graentfeccl.noiss.
J. I,. Skincisc
XX'rightc cciidI itacii, GooduissIch, u1
Ayer ci'a 'scsscins ii te nninsblts cat
Sk~ inner's.
Col QaxIordsatcclAllmcand & Fisaclie's.

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THE ANNARBOR PRES
/'c'icctot h In ie Stimdeccl
'iti'ccsicf:Tics' 5i'cleeriscc',Tics
M~ician talls', Them'Aluminius, 'Thei
usc vits's icsv, '5c'T eggyle. Tise lIies,-
I~ar ' cic, ligic S'Ic iiil Omiega.
Amerssi'canuTletr- Keystonse, linac's
(reat 5pool:cmiinIFootball, Officiul Sti-
col 'ire~c'to'Iry, News-Lietters, S. (C. A.
H ascii, .Scisahoiokut, Cive~sisty
e'i's oliss in s55it'secc lanuageis.
Press Building, Maynard Si,
Ann Arbor, Michigan
All Lovers
oft:fodcd ca Wamesstild
iitics'theicast Uiveris'ity 'Icai'-
ma)cC isan iidea) place lair a
d~eicns colleerice srsalists

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o-I
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Io~ ccsget exccitedl if youiisee acicitln c Ai, I
chcasimig acc ter cc xillsa cc is t. c l in!
right. Juta p ~pieis to ice ac pa t t
sUmies it oa ut1f5lir stiescimes. . i til
Sixall-sevenu instcitutions cs e nI\c oi'') Xl
thec hitascccejitedl uy shun'C'rn' ie'iiciic' "cu i
shahin icu"f

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tic ne XX wasc c'a' muuiste'rss'inc Fuse Footwnear at Xluiini& sic ssitics's.
bc 'sic))siia 'i i chudcme I -to____
'cc i siwr, hico'mblcsidtecinig ElAXY'TENNIS,
c i'sn ii- t Ibcame pr i cciinipitl Cetsyocur'lis atCushinig',;.Ness
I acr ofiis' tic' mimics ')sityl catedil X suhi &' Dii 'mc usualSpahcingsa

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210 E. lisrojm

TOM LOVELL 1109 S. University

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First Class Boot arnd Shvoe Repairing~

Torn wants youzr old hitgh shoes

Beat price lgive:

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Ball & Simmons
REAL ESTATE
Rentals, Houses, Rooms
or Apartments
LOOK HE&RE!
Why net sabsaeibe fa-
THE WOLVERINE
Atuoce. Icthill cntinallhUivritiunamies
isuc'ti nu aunionuc of' r'ge'nts, atsrric dolsjw.'
facultynsteics en'., far tiroC s ucuucce 'Mon'tls.
Miled snxywshea-s 75e
Addr-ess: Press Bldg.. City

SUBSCRIBE FOR
The Michigan Alumnus
AndsciI mc''c as'ccuuembeterebsiy of
The University of Michigan Alumni Association
Alt1whstscactasccci) wilrecive'sa specialsalcutciraure portrait oftDr. Atlgs'
i'iuitui' ats:
tChe AluXccsmnusais the largest college scaunthly in time cuntrcy. t c on-
tains theu Gtstnmenss abnnut the Unaieeraity. and editoiacieommssent to
imptn-Lantrevents. Qtil ecntains personal item. oncesrning membuciers Cif
iorclaseverycsmosth. tCkAsvolcumse usfstheAlumnus contais athe Itis'
tour'5ofithe ne'ivrit for is the yeas'. tQt publishces a series ohfcwell
a' ucen pct ueseer y month,

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W. F. DieterlI
Varsiiy Tailor
117 E. Liberty St.j
GREY BROTHERS
TAILORS
and
Dry Cleaners
1112 S. University Ave.
and
911 N. Vine Ave.
GREY BROTHERS
THE 1FAttNIllt5AND M[LIARICS BARN
MAIN AND HURON STREEiTS
Clapinal $10,000 Suaplus and Profltsa$100,000)
Genueral Basnkting Btusiness. a pereesit paid
-)n Tisse acid Sas'in,aDepsits., Safety Ice-
oasis liocces to rest ct 52.00 and upwarda
ft. ificusre. PreS, II. i1, Pisc'r'rsds, Vice-Pres.
55. A. WIIi nts. Cash, ie I{i' . T. STOW', Asst.
rhe Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capitatock $3t 00,000 OSuralas $290,000
Rsoucs-* tct,OI
A General Banking Busilness Transacted
UFFIERS:n'Chas. E. Iseuck, Pres. ; W. D.
Haimetuan, V'e Fees.:M. J. Fritzn,Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
DRCTORyS:
W., J. Ruothc Jnu, V. Sheehuan
Win, Arnold Or, V. Ci. Vaugiana
las, 0H.'inade E. F ils',l
John Haiarer Jno.Koch
Prof. H. S. Carhuirt Henry IW.Douglas
Cdhritian Martin DlieP. Zissnerman
Cormmrerl .and
Savlnaigs
Conv. Main aend Liberty Str..els
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Ge ANN ARBOR, MIen.
E. d). sIiNN E, HARiRISON SOULE
Prs.Vice-Fees,
S. W., iCLARKcSON, iCashier.
Caithal. $100,000. Surslus and Pruots, $60,000.

I5)ncichtc stce r. i'uut
Fast University Pharmacy
university School of Music
Alt Cci A. Stanluey. AAl5., isrctor
Summer Session, July 5-Aug. 26
Regiularschoel cssyer beinss October 3.
Cosieu.s i ic branIes cufliMusic'.
Afiitcedlsitsh5uis'ers'icy.
10 As'ist 'cher' c'ss. Call, or sendct Str
ill ustrcucrateaenudas'.
CiIA Iii 'IiA. iS IN, Stcetar'y
Maiynadmitst5. - Asia Aricor, Mash.

ANN ARBOR STEAM DYE WORKS ---French and Steam Cleaning
For Fine (Gowns, Waists, Woman's Suits and Men's Clothing

All Spots Removed.

204 E. Wsshirigtori

If yox.i are furnishing roomxs this fall be sure and consult
'us, as it will be to your advantage
MART'%bINHALLER

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Farnl*snr., Carpets. Brad Draperles

112-122 L. Liberti

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121 Washington L

121 ashIgto &. PACIirrotgr5her

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