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July 26, 1910 - Image 3

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The Wolverine, 1910-07-26

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Playeis are paticlar
about roes. We have good
cues; liht or heavy, plain,
corded, or ebony to sot.
Find wha you like and we
reserve itfor you in private
drawser without charge.
HUSTON BROS.
307-309 S. State St.
Ball & Simmons
REAL ESTATE
Rentals, Houses, Rooms
or Apartments
CMLETE CAFE FOR STUDENTS
CO PAYinAND NIT
G. C. BISSELL
333 S.Blomo
Eveything Nw and Clean
IHuron iernBot Livoery
IP. C. TESSMER, Proprietor
Bth Phones 656
PaaaHATS Straw
ad all others
CLEANED and BLOCKED
301.2 S. State St.
First lass Shining Parlors
E. R. FROST
302 SOUTH STATE STREET
DESAL3IR IN
Ladies and Gents'
Floe Footwear
Sole Agent for the Famous
CRAWFORD SHOES
Eberbach&SoCmpn
Chemicals, Drgs and Snre
WOLVERINE
CLUBS ROOM
Billiards and Pool
Tobaccos and Cigars
Everything New
stuenet Patonage Soicied.
Opp. D. U. R. Staton.
113 W. Huron R. G. NOYES Prop.
U. y
F OR photographic film
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 the c.
LFILM
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
domet. Reasonable charges.
E3. J. SCHMIDT
304 S.'State St.
'Ihoe-Be4ll 935L

PIl W0L VitRINR
''R PHI3[ONE$ tRFCTOR Miller, Elsie F,, 70 S. 2h. 630 J.
Miller, bEuersnt C.,o jS. Taye r. 640J
(Continued fron Page 2.) Miller, h arry Le, 807 S. Stae. 38.1
MacGillis, H. D., 408 Washingon. Miller, Paul IL, S. -A. 1?. House. 343.
1194 L. Boils phous.
McGiniss, Helen, 407 E. Liberty. 86o. Miller, T. F. 6o 3Moroe. 79..
264 1 Miller, William J., 220 lgalls. 1017 1,.
Mcjunkiu, Frank A., 236 S. Thaper. Miloy , liii Annete, 427 Ilauilon Pl.
1138 J 1024 L.
Maclulire, Alfred L., L~akeland, Mich. Mner, Leonl F., 526 Church. 1064 J.
Mark, Ed. A., 64 S. Sate. 371. Bulbh4Michell, Touas J, 6o6 Caheri. 20E
phones. Mitsus shi, luij, 1.003)S.Uiv. 15' ,.
Mackenzie, Wi. Modarelli, J. M., bo03IF.Aiti. 482 ,.
Me. Kinm, Clay 1., 716 Arbor. 1152' f olour, M ry E., 725 1211h. 402 L.
Mcunight, Cornelia H., 15 Ctting Fats. Monts, Jols ErtNi, 604 S. Thayex r.
1358I. (1 J.
Mcle,au, Aramiuita M., 620 .Uitiver Montgsomecr, Vialter ., 910 ComelI
s ily. 16o. Place~t. 336.
McI~aughlin, . .lorairt , Alert 1F., 423 K. Wasigo.
McLaughlin, Emery, 214 S. Thayer. N phon,1e.
1138 L. Moroi,,Fracis I_, 67 State. 131.
Mcbaughlini, Jam~es A., 83 Tappan31. 398 More, Mac., 331 Manard. 607 swhie.
Macelilan, Julian M., 523 Madison. Morell, I 4Thnd, 430o Liberty 7231L.
347 J Aloruilgsar, ej. ., 711 E. Att.
hMcMilaii, Lyle H., oo 1E. Kitngsley. No T02 J..
phlonte. or is, Charles G., 43. Mayn ard. 564.
McNabb, Dunctant F. J., 426 N. Ingalls. Mori~tso,i Arthur MacRae, XWaye,
i6. othtphtottes. hih.
MaceNab, Mary, Whitney IHItel. Mshter, MerrilltF1. 73 . Ui. 127 J.
MicNair, Sherman M., 510 Catherine. Mosier, ID. II. 717 S. Tayer. No pioe.
210 J. i othersill, 1Ma~rk IHenr , 1319 Wilmoto.
MacNaughtou, Heniry 1., 522 Moiroe. 173) L.
090 J. Xkfowry, Guy15Lero, 017 E13 ~13 on.
MacVicar, James S., 301 Ellis S., Ypsi. 150 L.
Madisoit, R. C., 1037 ackard. No phote. Mutdg, ErwneHIare, 418 N. Diisio.
Mager, Florence J., 503 Motroe. 285 J. 1554.
Maguire, Hamiltonn., 604 13. Madison. Mudge, Roal 1., 713 E. Uniersiy.
789 L. No phon~le.
Mattaney, Ralpht ., 116 N. State. 183 L. Mithlig, George F., 60o N. Fifth. 70 L.
Main, Waler ., 109 . lTgals. 135 L. Mulen, ertard J. 341 E: Jeffersot.
Maticourt, Augustus L., 5,56 S. State. 467 J.
No photte. S4ula, Jilles35Archbald, 615 E. Libert.
Mlarion, W. E., 602 . Atit. i068 J 771 .,
Marley, Harold I., Ito N. Thayer. 81iL. Mull]].Jam1e~s Cltit, 76 . State. 194 J.
Marknham, Harold, 418 N. DHision31.1554. ~lunson, lInecrx Jostph;,0933 Washitg-
Marstta, 1. L., 510 Catheritte. 210 J.ton-1.Not phne.
Mearshall, John~ J., 615 1;. IEthrty. 771 L. "luply, Clare, .12 NAats St., YprhlMlom 05L lrn 9, slni
Bot phine. \ l rio, Flrene lerariine, 7.7 For
Martit, Grace 1, 911 Forest. 14263. cs. 6I3 J
Martin, Lettora ., 9n1 Forest. 1463. Murphy, Frank Wlliamtt, 5458 . State.
Martit, Nia H., 1020 Micigat Ave. 236. Bot poes.
124 black. Mulilrp, HaelAntia,t 548 Top~lll snt.
Martinek, Juliuin A,. 81t E. IHutriit. 991 J. It9Ll.
Marx, Florentee, 106 S. 12111. 1225 Ls,.Mtrrll, Mrgaret P., os Miller. 790 J.
iMast, Clara, 802 S. Ltiversity. 7413 J.
Mattiis, Aaron, 1335 S. State. 1320. . n 33333 53H53 1 s11133F 03o?.
Mlathtesoi, Forrest ., 1027 Ferdoit 113lXXWeidtesday o trnitig Mlr. JhnltR.
Road. 1481. lritttit of the IRhetoric faleult tels
Maniut, . B., 207 . lItgall. 775 LF lactedeib135tharritatof a new memI-
Maxwell, Roert C., 228 S. ITayer. 43.5 ee to te famitily .7'Ill newcome113r is a3
MVay, Carroll H-., 537 5 iSnitt. a . olll boyt13315 a335d1331,iciriitigto ti
May, . C.., 3351. Cthteritte. 151 . latst reports15 3f hi. papallhe isidoiig
Meigs, Moore, 607 S. State. 131. w1elI andsmstiling.
Meie, Aexnia, 1020 S. Cniti. 94 J. - - -
Mentdenthall, William . ,\tcsillait Iflilt, y 1m v5I313131is 3333fo)31 33330339t11
Mecuerey, Wmt. CG., 116 N. State. 13 L.t, luili toIslake i nct l 4 lllllla 31eekly1
11501Home). publicationin]stead itf.taimothly a i
:Mercer, Joseph C., 1 . ttc.12 l1Oi.
Metzere, Emma A., 802 Oaktaud. 76.
Mtetzner, tFrieda 1., 80oallanid. 786. TheUnivtier sit 331f.Mihigan clitli of
Me1rc, IHIugh C., 210 Glen. 1513' Nest York lpulishes Ioslce a0moth an33
Miller, Albert C., 607 . Stale. 131 Juit 13133p13er Cell tlinilltllniersityines
Miller, Bodo C., 8o2 . Kinigsley. 372 andt liub nolltices.
bloc. - - - - - .
Miller, Cricer A., 910 . Weasintotn. (Choicest of sov eirs are to lbe fouttnd
989 ,. at The Plios oait
]FAMILY THEATRE
The Classy Little Show Shop
Matineees Tomorrow at 2:30 and 3:30
Nlightly at 7:30, 8:30 and 9:30
A. B. CLARK, Ventriloquist

Baxley and Wolfre
And Others
Commencing Thursday, July 28
Another big show headed by the world renowed
THE CREAT AUSTINS
The only act of its kind Io the world
Coming Monday, Aug. 1st Helen Cleveland
Soon-The Musical C eralds

1-Miry1andtitit elyl5 3o~cself iat.1Grang-
ccrs firthey arcc pug lto cliose Xtigust
the 9tht. 1 progreamlpartyil il he held
Tuesdax eventings util that date. The
mutisic is furntishied to a five-piece or-
chtestea.
Hig oxford sale at Allmttand atidFo
scilseor11-12-15
Camueras lt rent toe pee daiy at Long-
Hontthrltow yxour oltut awliax, senid
it tel 'The Valet atid see Ih(le well it
wsill he ittde tolet oik6lie tiewx. Caill
1137-1, or 13(1-WXite attit we will
promptly115call foe 333d1dliveer- outresoil
X miasquieadle till xceItelid at1The
Lakelc IHssuse, X«ltiitnor. Lbe,XWedntes-
lay ceingii]t.Juty 27th.
II outed-I tistettitiot i iicorrectIFrenchl
Feloitil3ciatioti. Thr e short lessions
a weck. C. F., Hell tphise 24. L.
The Falais Roiyal tave a bleauttifutl
alssoretmtetof M1ichtigant pillowNs.
MID-SCUII3C R SIIEET MUSIC
goitng it 15c per copy. Mu tsical Art
Stie, .126 S. Stile St.
FOR CENT.
Fromt Septemtber 1st. Fitie roomi rest-
iente on3Forest isvcnie. I listse thor-
ouiglyxtmodeeti. Steall heat. Splendtidl
locatiotn.Ccini $5o per mionthl.
8-ro ml~ttioderit liustson ouithttThaor
er tear the camnpus. Fossessioti Sep.
trimber 1st. Cetit $400 lperyear.
7-or msit toideern house onl Ceddes
avreneeari the Bouevsard. Fitte view
of the vallley. Ccitt $25 per mionthl.
L. H. CARR iand H. 1-1. SERVIS,
17 ..A. Sotviiigs ,i attk hlock.
1If yo1 Nanit yourteplessinig uandecleats-
ig donec right cill The Valet, 1137 1
or 136 swhite. XWe calt foe atnd deliver
Isuits.

FULLER & O'CONNO R
Steam and French
Dry Cleaners
Suits Pressed 25c
Trousers 10c
619 13. William Street
JOHN H. LAMBERT
The University Shoe Shop
11111 tine uf Arrowtsmuithu Arch.Propis
with Nla. 111131ry tor Adljusntl
LACES AND POLISIIES
613 E. William St., Ann Arbor
Reinger & Company
The Old Place Billiard
Parlors
Cigars, Candy, Tobacco
Board !$3600
That's All
Come qunick to
503 East Williams

Smokeless Powder Shells
The Patent Corrugated Head on Win-
chester"Leader" and"Repeater" shells
absorbs the shock of the powder explos-
ion instead of localizing it, as the' old
English way of metal liningdoes. That's
why Winchester shells, with their
modern patented construction, are so
superior to ones made according to
the English method of times long past.
If you want the best shooting shells
ASK FOR THE RED w BRAND.

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THlE NEW CATALOGUE
OF THlE
Unliversity of Michigan
Is ready for distribution at the Secretary's Office.
It contains complete information concerning all of
the Departments of the University. Fall semester
begins October 4, 1910.
A copy of the Catalogue with special publications relating to any
department will be sent on application to
SH IRL.EY W. SMITH, Secretary
Ann Arbor, f'lichigan

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