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July 30, 1910 - Image 4

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The Wolverine, 1910-07-30

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We do the
Finest Laundry
Work
in the city. Phone
us an order and
be convinced

Junction of
Catherine and
Detroit Streets
and Fourth Avenue
Bell Phone 165
Hoe Phone 152-White

WIESWAN LAVNDRY
We are showing an especially fine assortment of
JWOOLENS for Summer
iFlannels and Light (Trey Suitings

Keep, Cool. Come where all leg
F. A. MYLES
(Secood Floor)

os lead to.
607 E. William St.

DETROIT UNITED LINES
BETWEEN DETROIT, ANN ARBOR AND JACKSON
Limited Cars East Bound-7:50 a. in., 1:50 p. in., 4:50 p. in., 7:50 p. in.
Limited Cars West Bound-9:24 a. in., 2:24 p. in., 5:24 p. in., 8:24 p. in.
Local Cars East Bound-To Detroit, 5:45 a. in., and every hoor to
10:45 p. mo. To Ypsilaoti, 5:45 a. mn., and half hoorly to 11:15 p. in.,
asn 12:15 a. in., 12:30 a. mn., 12:50 a. in. To Saline, change at
Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-5:45 a. om., 7:15 a. in., and every- two hours
to 11:15 p. in.
College Men, Take ,Notice
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR
BUSINESS Ti FOR YOUNG MEN
Interviews end Correspondence Solicited
Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co.
W. T. GAGE, General Agent
615 Hammond Bldg. DETROIT

MIN

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
COMlING EVENTS
Unles oherwisise speifedl the leuels
w ill e gisen in the WIeslelire Reo,
PhysicaltLalortory.
Atugusi 1, 5 pam.-SoiliiBiology in is
Relation to ';(oil Verility..Ass'.
Prof. J B.follok.
Aug. 2, 5 p. n.'ii-Spanish B ll
Fight (Ilisred). Asst. Prof. C.
P. Wagner.
Ang. 2, 8 p. in-The Hoowormsis i-
ease. Prof. A. S. Wsarins. Ii Net
Amsphitheare of Nei Medicol
Buiilinig.
Aug. 3, 5 p. i.-High Shisol Tedieni
ies. Prof Davis.
Aug. , 5 p. mi.-Reiiiforeet Masosr.
Prof. C. J. Tilten
Autg. , 8 p. i.Jnliiis Caesar, a rcital~
Inole giveii by t- class ii Shaes
peareaii Readiing.
Aug.5,5 . . i-fOrgani Rectal. Utiver-
sity IHall. Mr. Ricarsd Kes Bigs
Aug. 5, 7 p. si-The Relationtsof li-
gieine aiid Athletic, to thirMra
Tou. Ass. Prof. C. S. ery.
Aeg. 5, 8 p. m.-Dafto aiiitle Ctn-i
teniial of the Atomiii Tietr.
Prof. R. M. Wenle.
"Character-Grwtwin th ue Bibluet,"sill
lie the subject of a lecture to le ieni-i
bsy Mrl. iFredi isMerriils-t t- apisi
Stuidents' Esuilt, 503 iasHfitst sres,
et Sundisa at sool.
PSYCHO~LOG~l'Y SiOLD11)IHELP
TEACH ING:idOF2sAi'1I-NITIC'S
'Psychoslogy smstst '-tier sore sitd
store into ottratmetlosiofCtechig
mtatemattic.s," siclaeittetProf.I. N. ite-
stats ini silecures'otns Reformssithis
Tettchisig of Maletemat~ics" Tesdiay f
ternsoos.Trasisig tlistoetry isfiteri-
formssmos-emtets itsngan, race
Gerimansy andIssticly, the seaertserdithue
'close attesstiossf a goodisi tshs-ts.
Methsods of tetaching this science, lic-
ticuliarly its its sle'teitittes-baschets, dif-
fer consisiserahlsirits ettchs(f the .Etrissieut
counisries. Its Esgandi the Elemsets of
Etulid htstess ftrye--s e lstandasicri
text of geomtryt. -Cnssielse egia-
tiosthasbeen svicet, htowever, situ it is
prstaltahsialbefore Iltng, it swi littiv
seectsupilersesdiby-texts for sitng sits
senssbasesd tupossnositri pricilestf
pedagogy.
Int oon the FPet-crisCatmbsersf Del-
stiestlot usitstie sater of refortinis
Frtance asd hsatsincec tcotmpliise,
through a commiiissiontis ch it aplosit-
ci, very exteniove mtoiicatios.
Italy hts astsbeet spitterdiiott by
results its Fransce, aiss it stres liely
thet ieat aong ue lises of ie sisoie-
es initFrancre andilGtrstaiy wil sneet
withs approvsal. Germanuuy, ast,has titl
beess free froststhereforms mosmentteses.
Assintternsatiotittltcotmmtissioin w-hics
will seel its Cmibirig, Eglands, it
Autgust, t913, is extectedi tsitsalecsus
recoismsestations to teachers tand riles
rationsal atthoritit's, ciasiill ibrig aiott
radsial reformss its the tettchisg of msate-
masttics. Aissgstigsilertisisgs t-tides i-
ubility of a mnthetialilattersors is
undsser consiieratiost.
TAKEN liY' tIISTAI.A vsts
front Failtr & OCot ositsc' letingits
tailorinig esabliisment. Wilinlisse
pleasereel tu.
ig oxfordi sale al lmanssaisn o-

Guitars and Mansdolin~s
BEST IN THE WORLD
For Sole at
SCHRA EELE (f, SON
MUSIC HOUSE 110 E. MAIN ST.
We Do thet Highest Grade of Work
Varsity Laundry Co.
215-217 S. Fourtho Avenue
Cail 928, Either Phoe.and Our Waon Will Cail Promptly.
Rowe's Lauindry
406 Detroit Street
We call for and deliver your Laundry
FINEST -QUALITY OF WORK DONE
Bell Phone 457

One Block From Campus

1212 South University

If you are looking for the Coolest Place in Town, and the
Best Place to Eat, Board at
TheCutting Cafe
Corner of Monroe and State Streets
Regular Board, Meal Tickets, and Single Meals

i
i

WVUERTH HOUSE
THE PLACE TO EAT
Special Sunday Dinners 35c
Board by week - -$35
SUaS CRIBSIDFOR
The Michigan Alumnuzs
Ansitecomisains iethi eeysof
The University of Michigan Alumni Association
Alltosubisibe silt ecive aspialsoogravs.urseportraitioftDr. Angell
4ClThe Aluittitoisthe large st collegi.mothly ini the country. (lt eon-
tis the ittest nes about the Uiersity. and editorial commrent uo
ismportaunt events. Qlt contalits perstonail items concerning memnbero of
your class eery moetht. QAthvolume of t hi Alusmnus containo the his-
tote of the Unsivrsity foe thn yeas'. it publishes a serieso-of well
chisenrnpicittriseevery tnonth.

Bell Phone 1097-L

Home Phone 524-Whit

The Ann Arbor Swimming
Pool
WILL BE OPEN
EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
- 9 A. M. to 9 P. M.
OPEN SUNDAYS, 3 P. M. to 5 P. M.
It is refreshing to take a bath in
nice cool spring water
ANN ARBOR SWIMMING PARK
713 5. Fifth Ave.

to

sytise.
Summiner dticinsg c late Iouss-,
Witmsore Lakee, ledsit statdtuScitur-
dciy ev-enings.
Talc animber T14 isidoor hairball
wills yost isi your picssic. Stcate'Slreet
Hardwrare Store.
Wreighst & Ditsoni, ands Gooderichlsto
Cihampsioships Tenniis Ballis at tse Stcate
Street H~ardwrare Store.
If yost waist a ire fre-sh box of Gil-
bets Chocolates gso to Cosiing's Phsar-
stacy.
Redued prices on Tensiis Rcets at
Staire Sreet Hairdre.i

YOUR VACATIONTI!?
JN arr-anfinf your sumensr vacation hoenoneethat part of it. at loestisepent
onthn GeoatLakes. It isthe otpleasantoand eonomnicaltrip in Amer-
ica and you wnill enjoy eeryominute. Allthseinsportant ports of the
Groat Lans are recohed regularly by thoeoexcllnt sicieof the D. & C. Labe
Linet. Theotenlargeeteamersoofthisfleetae of modenseelonstrution,
propolled by powefal enfinet ond hare all the qoalities of speod, safety ansi
comfort. The United Wireless Telegraph Service used aboard.
Ticketn reading via anay rail line between Detroit and Bufflalo, Detroit sod
Cleveland are available for transportation on D. & C. Line Steamnera in eilter
direction.
The D. &f C. Lake Linen operate doily tripe between Detroit end Buffalo
Detroit and Cleeland, leer irips weekly between Toledo, Detroit, Mackinac
Islond and way portn, and two trips weekly beiween Detroit, Bay City, Soginaw
end way poets. A Cleehond to Macbinac special nstemer will be operated, from
June 25 to Soptomber ill, leaving levorland direct ot Mackinac, stopping ot
Detroit enroato eerny sip and at Goderich.DOn., ceey ether trip,
Special daylight trips between Detroit and Cleveland during July and August.
Sond 2-oont stomp for illustrated ponsphlet and Croon Laknes mop.
Address L. G. LEWIS, G. P. A., DETROIT
P. H. MCMILtAN, PREtS. A. A. S=ZHANTZ, GENs. MGR.

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Complete Lus~e of
Fabrics

0. H. WILD COMPANY
311 South State Soreet

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