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August 02, 1910 - Image 4

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The Wolverine, 1910-08-02

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TEE WOLVERINE

White Swan Laundry

We d
Finest
w
in the cif
be con

do the WHITE SWANt Junoth
Laundry Catherine
ark =- s2~, Detroit
u'G3Caf and Fourth
rder and- Bell Phone 1
nvinced Home Phone
WHITE SWAN LAUNDRY

Ion of
and
Streets
hAvenue
65
i1 52-White

We are showing an especially fine assortment of
IWOOLENS for Summer
in Flannels and Light Grey Suitings
Keep Cool. Come where all legs lead to.
I F. A. MYLES

(Second Fleer)

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 hour to
10:45 p. in. To Ypsilanti, 5:45 a. in., and half hourly to 11:15 p. in.,
also 12:15 a. in., 12:30 a. in., 12:50 a. in. To Saline, change at
Y'psilanti..
Local Cars West Bound-5:45 a. in., 7:15 a. in., -and every two hours
to 11:15 p. in.
Cllege Men, Take Notice
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR
BUSINE ISn This F OR YOUNG MEN
Itlerviews and Correepondence seItetted
Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Col.
W. T. CAGE, General Agent
615 Hammond Bldg. DETROIT
If you are looking for the Coolest Place in Towne and the
Best Place to Eat, Board at
Th'utng Cafe
Corner of Monroe and State Streets
Regular Board, Meal Tickets, and Single Meals

FUNIVERSITY NOTICES
COMING EYFNTS
ITiileesssotheerwise seifiedte l etures
will be glveenin teWiest Lietre 14 cnn.
Phy~sical Labioraory.
Ang. 2, p. m ~.SaiahB ull
F1iht(Illeslrace) Ast..Proi. C.
P.XWagier.
Aug. 2, 8I p. ini.-The hlookw iorimiDis
eae rf . S. V. ariii. In XX ci
aBililillieIe ci e lelci
censPiof Dais..
Auii 4, n. .Reiiiforcedl Masiiyi
Irof. C. JTilieii
Augi 4Ii p m-Jiliiis.Cecr, ca recital
toi le gieu n ytheclass in ,Sliaikes
pearleani lRedinlig.
Aug. 5,5 p. m.organ ectal. Univie-
siyHlii TMl. Ricard Ks i g
Aug. , 7 ip iii.-The Reaion ofi iii -
gie le aiid Athlei, Iinliie MOnl
Tone. Asst. Priif. C. S. ery.
.lug. s, Si. mi.-Dallnandl lhii Viii
leiiicl f le Atmil ciii lci.
Prof. R. M. XX cl.
MICIGALN \TiLETE SMAKES
i(1001) \ITH I IITRIIT 'II7,RR.
"Chiickeii Lthles, lii c yers ago1th
h~ang inlthe peselnilscasll le wasi
slateid, siiIhe ipes..s i, for thle ''le,,
shire lie ii as lto 1m:t1uie for a time1.
liieky [tlias fliiDctei.
XWhlen leleliaiiiiacd M1riartyle-
ceitllsreceiv eelse hacks ..Siimiiniis and1
bathiers lbegaliltoiilight iiouilorlsie
ing la bltting .average' clse lto 211 ter
eeil, whlichi is noiliiiancrecoririliia
At the prese l niiieui''Cien"isu'i
siiome diste e aeIfileen thegrea
Mat lMyXcnyre. But11t1isi' l nei liiii ci
thue sick 11h:t1lie s itmakiing cauiir fi-
hinsef. XAs a fielder, aniiiill had
lie is a leer asset to is litemi. In ias
wih itihle ciuveti f LathersiandCii aVl:rie
IO'Leary IthatlDetroitilmfiiiiiheriipace1.
aiii start'eduponll tilt liprsesetil ithi for
that ell keep Ithese Itwoiiiin e ame fore
ai whlile, aitd ci le iili eciis rus.
Thact spells coppruity forls Lath:ilers,an
he' miay le expeceditl l 1111r w icn-i
tiudbrlincith.lae ada
PRINT SHll MA hS 'lTOO
51 CI I NOIiSI OP AC PT-JAl'l'.
This iieek Ihe uiiiisrsily peint sill
1111ves lfriii the liasneiiciitheiiler
lilrars toit snew quail~rers i Ihehae
mentlofitheIld checlildn. o
someie thelieorI: f theiookIind
hasii liii d o the loorsaceiof thi.
iii buiuldii- is remodueledcu, roii isthr
affiirded forli liiipreses aiiiityle ases.
"ulse"saiiilM1r.-1 lullaudtulhle
suerintnidiienillofIte prit 11111,'le,
ale diriiectly underniit eulia ciuly redu-
ing table ini tlheuiagaine remn 11111the
liiiar and'm the iiise is so distuiiringi
thiat ise thoeugt ie hail beterimovee
while we haul the cianice
The1boo11liiiibinig esaiblismient wisill
remain ndiieir the lirre. Noc lcsea
wiorkc is required i Iis oein miiiiaii
no resse's wiill lbe luccdlt10 shakec ti
builinug. Juslnw h eiloyrIk ein em-i 1
ploees ccare ilusyc biiidingIthe lbookusswr
iiit Iby lie sltuentisuiruig the past
SUITS CLEA'NED.
Brinig cour si civ'r lto The Vlt,

cr iif ciii cannot afford hel lie ngeliiihi
wi-ll gladly call fir it, julst ciil 1137 ,
or 13k While.
Big sciluecs on alieoiir aluiiti 1,
State Street Haredware.
lig oxfouridsalle cii AllisaiiilaiiilFor-
svthue.
Snusimer Ianlcinig :: Laike I louse,
Wh itmolire Lake.,\Veelicsela aiielSaur-
dayv evenings.

Guitars and Manmdolinfs
BEST IN THE WORLD
SCHRAEBERLE tom.SON
MUSIC HOUSE 110 E. MAIN ST.
We Do the Highest Grade of Work
Varsity Laundry Co.
215-217 S. Fourth Avenue
Coil 928, Either Phoe.n cd Our' Waon Will Call Promptly.
I Ro'w'si' Lauindry
406 Detroit Street
We call for and deliver your Laundry
FINEST QUALITY OF WORK DONE
Bell Phone 457
Sale Sale
STATE STREET HARDWARE
ALL THIS WEEK
Aluminum and Graniteware

Sale

Sale

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And beome :t ineme Lh It'y o
The University of Mdichigan Alumni Association
Alt1iiwhoisubise crikillrece eas iue'ical photiograv11t ure rit of Dri. Angell
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C'ilt, Altitiitis is tbe icargest eollege mointhly in the country. (LIt con-
tinls the ntest nlews cacbiet the >L'iuicisity. and editorial comment en
impoirtaint eentls. CLII eontains pelisona~l items concerning imembers of
yourilas'11eer iy iminthi. (Litvoluici ofitIe Alumnus contains the his-
toryvoiih Ietlutiesity Ice thte yea.Culilt publishes a series of well
chiisen pilitureeereymonthil~.

Bell Phone 1097-L

Home Phone 524-White

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.

LffUR VACAIONl i1±I'
J N arrngingesyenr suminrvacation beinnre that partoeit,at least, issp nt
en teaGreat Lkebs. Itis tbeimost pleasant and eonomical trip in Am~ee-
lca and youuwill enjeyeaeryininute. All the importianepaoriseof e"
GreatLkes are reached regularlykbyth exucellenteservieef the D. &C. Lake
Lines. Thenten lareesteamners oftifleet arefmdrntelont~ucin,
pirapalled by powerfelllngines and bane all the qualities af ipeead, safety aid
cesmfort. Tbe United Wireless Telegraph Sericle used ahoard.a
Tickets reading via any rail line between Detroit ant Buffalo, Detroit and
Cleveland are available for transpotation on D. & C. Lice Steamers in eithier
direction.
Thse D. k& C. Lake Lines operate daily trips betwnetDaroit and Buffala,
Detroit and Cleveland, lonretrips weekly beiween Toledo, Deiroi, Mackiac,
Island and way penis, end iwontrips weekly beiween Detnoi, Bay ity, Soginaw
and wuyprts. A Cleveland toMackinac special iteamer willhbeaperated fromn
Jane 25 to Septemibar 10, leaning Clsneland diiect fer Mackinac, stopping at
Dennois enre eerecytrip and at Godeiceh, Oat., eery niher trip.
Special daylight trips bceween Detrtit ad Cleveland during July and August.
Send 2-cent stamp for illusterated pamphlt and Great Lakeiamap.
Addcess L. G. LEWIS, G.P. A., DETROIT
P. H. McMiLLAN, PatS. A. A. S7-HANTZ, GEN. MGR.

Complete Ulhre of
Fabrics

G. H. WILD COMPANY
311 South State Street

Sucmmer Suzltingis
e&rnd
Outis TrQ #eri,

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