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The Wolverine, 1910-08-06

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$25.00
4 x 5 Cartridge
Kodak
(Shopworn)
Price reduced 50c each day
beginning Aug. 5th at
$19.00
to it in our Widow
E. E. CALKINS, Druggist
324 S. State St.
Get your MICHIGAN
Pins, Fobs and Spoons
HALLER'S
COMPLETE
picaP ' N ' Dept
Fne Watch and Jeelery Repfiiit
HiAER'S JEIWLLRY SOR
216 South Main St.
TiAE AN ABORPES
P. iotce to th St sient
Pintrs of:-Tie wolverine The
Micahan Dlaily, Tie' Alumnus, Te
Law- llovia'ai. 'ito Gargoyle. The Mieh-
iaTehi.High ScholaaotOmega,
A erle an Tyler - Ieysone, Yost's
Great Iitoimnloothat. Official Sn
items' Ilia-veory. Nes-ettr S. . A.
Hadok vi. orosi', lok IUniersity
3.x-mios in ii illret langinuas.
Press Building, Maynard St.
Ann Arbor, Michigan
All Lovers
ofi Good 'oa IWaters fid
that the ast U'iiversity Pilar-
beer tos neideal paceeore
ieliiiousiicollege ie ra a tst
Try our e"DatchaCoclat." lo oroli
East University -Pharmacy
1,2lt South university

University School of Music
Albert A. Stanley. A. Ml., Director
Summer Session, July 5-Aug. 26
tiocol a school year baggins Octeoier I.
Courses is sOltbranchiesuofSMesta'.
Atiliatealittniviersity.
30 Artlistleathers. ('alte r send(icir
illuestratedlcala'ndiar.
Clt.StLES A. SINK, Secretary
1la3nacal St. Ann Artier, Micli.

'TH-E WOLVERINE
Te-weekly pblication of the stdets
ot the University at Michigana Summer
Session.
Managing F'ditor-LEE A WHITE
Editor-ina-Cief-DANA E. JONES.
EDITORS.
News Editor ........ Dioun S. Binay
REnRERS
E. R. Burtona Edward H. Robi
1. G. McGee Breigh Jacos
Erwin F. Koch It.A. Cakins
UaaNESSSTI-C.
Advertisinag Manager. .Ricard Simamos
. . Carpenter Jolhna tomlla
W. G. Beasey
;Addres: Tang WOVEgIE, Press Bldg..
Maynard Street, Annl Aror, Mictigan.
Off ice Houlrs: a1:30 to 2:30 p. n. daity.
Both phoaes, a6.
Suabscription Rates: Local, fity glent
for te summer; maied to aay ad-
dress for twenty-five cets additionala.
Advertising rates : Purnished upoaa ap-
picationa to tte Maagiig Editor.
SATURDAY, AUJGUST 6, 19no.
E~ditor Tody-Dtoac S. BaRnocs.
PROF. WHITE OPENS SERtES
OF LECTURES ON LtGHTtNG
Wvednesday afternaoona aaarks the bae-
ginnling of a series of two letres that
are of interest to the mthole univerity
biody, thae series that deals with thacree
yeat imaproeenits i itaing. A1t this
time wheani towns aad cities are all dis-.
cutssinag some means of street aidilta-v
naglightiing plants, these lectires given
bty aaemers of te egiering facultyv pca mot
T'he inst lectule ittltic ly Professor
White 011 "Gas Lightiag" Professaor
While lias cliarge tat the laaoratory-
maiataiined as aaa experimaeata tataioaa
at liar city gas works where somae stecial
gas light teststnsch cave aaaantmade ltel.
tHis lecture will tic illstratedt ly the
different styles of gas lamaps, adit dif-
ferent sstemis of gas lighting.
The lecre following on Tursdlaa
wiltieal with the subject of electric
ightaing, and will te gienliby Professaor
-igbie of the eectricat euginerig de-
partmencit. i-i, too, will ilustrate ii
tls with lights solwing te differat
styles of the electric lamap aad the
maaay ways of conlecing elecric lights
for alt purposes. A discssioaa of tha'
relaive aierits of tae different lights
siltle enterdito sby theidiidall
etures.
OtItO STATE UNVERSTY
GtVES NEWSPAPER COURSE.
Another state uivrsit tis brokeni
ato tile newspaper iastrctiona 6fied.
This tie it is the state university- of
Ohio. Mr. Harry F. Harrinagon, for-
aerly a welt knowna nespaper ma of
Colnaaahts, Ohio, tas beatnmadeistuc-
tor ina English at the unaiversiy adsill
teach jounlalisnatae comaing year. Mir.
Harringtonaleaves a simtilar post at the
Ohio WseyanaUliersity.

T tI.T', W )i.VI, N i 1
SENATOR GORE TON SPEAK
Blind Oklahoma Senator Has Had
Uhreat Career
Oane of tieaiaeniiaostI inilharpublic
ev at itpresettais tvheybliiiilseniator f riam
Oklaliomta wio hat jesti made som
senssatiaoal thargets aaitli viofficiaits
higlier lop atllgovernment-aices;an
aslis ito appeisall rs-ereis\ttatfallolasl
ecasire caourse. S'eauatace Gsa'eisreveal-
atig haimsevlf aus alightiiig amaliatfroaviahla
Clewa soaai ast. I liv aise in iics
tins tieenacomaratliils aidalfoll leshas
bieeia tsr just a fewaa3-irs airsideant of
Oklahlomaia.

taR, BHLt?(BY \11',ILL, DISCUSS
"ith.(CARtL O'eTHEtiSMIN."
Tuesday ev-eaninag at eiglat o'cliack thae
last if the series of maedieal lectures
still lie givenl by Dr. Breakey ian the
isest aiaphithaeatre sat the airea amedical
buailsding. IIlis stibject asittli e the 'Care
of lie Sksin."
Dr. Bre'aker is a man of maciaexe-
leeece iiint'eseical professiona. Af-
icr veeinag a great lamaoaant at service
ini theis'viitair lie restaumedllinslprac-
tice at 'Amit Arboar, hiainag toa quait liar
iarmyi3 becaiase atf swoiaaaas receiv-ead.
Saooni after, Profe-ssor tBreakey baecaaae
conneaictedlaith the aunia-ersity-, anishas
bein aiamaemater of the tenchaiang staff fur
a1 csaliiierales 11111mter if y'ears. tie
is a memeatiritof numaes'roius tmcdical sao-
cleies, andal has puballishedi several ar-
ticls't on imedi'icalt, scienatifir, aadsthter
LECTURE ON GREEK WILL
INTEREST ALL TRACt]ERS.
'The afternoona lecture Monsiday will tic
by Proafessor Camatpbell Bsoiaier sfthlea
Greets detaartioent, soin the siabject "The
Fianctioni of Greets ini a State Uivier-
sity." The splecial proleias that arise
ini aistate univiersity ian conanectionl sith
the teachiang of Greek eill tie coaisideredt.
'The lectiare is mne tint wiltlibe of es-
pecentaliterest to tile teachers presenat
ini the sutiaaear sessioni, ansItas baeea
pirepalred fairitais putrpiose.
Professor Baonnmer is a gradnate of
Vainderbailt Unaiversity, ashare tae ye-
cciivca has bachelor's nd his miaster's
idegrees. tie thaeiispetat someaac tieat
liarsvantdiwhere lie secureod his doctair's
adegree inii tioo. While at thaat unliver-
sity tar sptacializesd initiae classics. lie
thenic spent a yeahr abroadv, pairtly iti the
Uiviersity of Bherlini, anidi partly in Italy
a1r11 Greets. Proafessor Boniner has beenta
here three y ears.
PROP. TATLOCK WILL TELL,
jYOU WI-AT TO 0(O AND WHI-Y.
TDlv regalar lecture Tauesays after-
hoo ill tae lbyPraofessor Tatlock if
thec Fl'gisti depaartmaena.tin "W~hahto to
and1why aoada it." larofessair Tatlock
is il istd an thle anitoaauacemets fair
''eadssinag, Hoass daulWhyti.' Itihis lee-
taire Proufessoar Tatlock still otline the
neccessity for reaintg, ivill toll howit i
st~huldtie donte, aniilswhy.
Last siuamaerc Profeissor Tatlocks
tauhti iii the Utaisersity- of ('hicaga.
He retitriied to this unaiversity at the tbe-
ginin gtat the coillege year to coniituct
hais cottrses it the Enaglisha depiartmaenti.
Heis tile aithtor of sieveral texts on
Eniglisha stitjects, latndtis atlautlhority
ion Oldt Eiglishiatid Chautcer.
h11tchC::l. SCHIOOL RECEIYES
ht)NOtt FOR RESEACHiIOPK.
As a tIritaite ho the researcha strl:t.htat
is aseiog;sdoneasy hiiie local pattholoical

NEW FOR
SUMMER-

We are shsowinan exten-
sive hine of Summer Fabrics.
The assortment comprises
everythaing that is new and
noblay inn designs, color anad
qasality. We can say wills.
out exaggeration our stock
this year is the moo. thimd-
souse we have ever shown,
a d n-ill readily appeal ''o the
most particular patron.

S'entoir ThoasiiiPI. Core.
S. L. ..

Seniatoar(Gire isvbtaet'r knownmv as that
tbilid manam el-oquenst . Sinice is-li early
years metaus be hanea i tcappedishbiitotal
hblindness ma slots' ofithics'h tic tas itseci
eatahletea o tha attre tluta at ay ohms
men am otiisom tlfot'utate. isclost liis
left eye at tliagabssateight layhbvinag
accidesnatally- stauctk by<a s htiinthis' nd
act a hplatymaalateasd at tae age of elviv-it
tie lost thy othaer vy-vhutaiimarrowi'from
a erss-t mauI-n- hateof stihais hnia
he seccaresianteaurly esdurcatin aitim itas
aamittedi toithin'bale ini t892. ,-Ithe hahigit
sm-loachfor a mite,mmidiwis-a niominatedh
for liar legislarehaitwsiam faorcetd to
waithdurawhon iiaiccoutitioalf mioritas hao
age. tHe himgaithis lastprauctics' itt Mis-
sissipp~i, mbua sitn remoasvadtotatTexas ini
r&0;.
The- next yevar tie stas a mdelegate ham
thts Popuitaist oas-mit-smimaaalt St. Tolaas.
Twso i-vais haler lie iwas nomainatedshfair
Cotagress b hi e pis eioplet'sipatcy ini the
smthisrict tat Texas, bt asratdefeati-
etd. hait Sif tie jouiaedtmtheaemcratic
party. andh camaaignaedh mals-vritstates.
tie 50011retatoved to Oktlataaimaa, atheare
hm becameaav amathi of attha t rtoiirialh
coucil. he waas elected Seaator ufrom
Okulahoamatociotdtu fmice-fromtaNous'sm-
1ev, tq, to attarcha of thay falhwin┬░-
year, isheat hum'sats slectedfairthue fultl
termtwshichi exphiresillii ityh.
cAs a spakmer that-ve cana he ito sdout
as to liiicaalhiity. Senator Gore is
thue maniwistvirredultp this'sixty-futr
minaute Bryanudmnsts ramionu at 1ecmvuse
Thais atas am speech thtmbrouitghtl this mama
attre intoithue limeightithIlan anythinag
me ansa t oeute tothat ttalime. Just amas
thay natiion's intrest is venthered abhouti
thte senusathioal chtstarge's hue ats brotught.
Geotlogy excuarsiona to trit-iii-Bay'
islandi Atgiash a3.

.tcIaoraory tkthemr icant Mediieal ',so-
ciatianmhats vonferredultpona it a eurti'.
stay cut honotir. Thus situaes ctuieVlt ii
ar-.tmcitiaii of liv exiibit of tiear at u
0113m ushndpatology of thay ia eutasiamat
moica hewihicha Doctaor A. S. W~artiiit set
iosahue annuaualumaetintg af thea ssociat-ena
at St. Lounsin itJunae.
Instruactor itt Geology, 'Vtheam t-as
soutmhevrn Africa glaceiated? "
tBrighut schooliaa'ma fromtiZuantd, "I
eoultdn't say for vertaint, Professor, huh
it satrely maut hanscv eviaenbefore tay
tinie."

W. EB. Dieterle
Varsity Tailor
11 7 E. Liberty St.
GREY BROTHERS.,
TAILOR-S
and
DyCleaners
1112 S. UniversitypAve.
and
911 N. Vine Ave.
GREY' BROTHERS
THE[ F'ARMERS AND M~ECHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
capital $50,000 Surplus and Praftt$gO,OOO
General Banking Business. 3 percent paid
an Ti~me anti Savings Depostsa. Safety Dle-
posit fxen to rent at $2.00 and upwaards
R. genm res. .H. 0. l'Rasaraastice-Pres.
hK. A. WILLIAMS. Cashier tF. T. Sarowa. Asst.
[he Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Captala Stuck $50,000 Surplus $200,000
Resources $2,800,000
A General Banking Business Transacted
'emrrCEfo Cha. E. Hiscock, Pres.; W. Dt.
Himaan. Vice Pesa.:tM. J. Fritz. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
DInECTRS:
iV. J. Bootk Jno. V. Skeekan
'fm. Arnould Dr. V. C. Vaughan
ins. H. Wade E. F. Milia
John Haarer Jtnu. Koch
Prof. H. S. Carbart Henry W. Douglas
Christan Martin Dan F. Zimmermsan
Beran ~ iaBsnik
Ss..vings
Cos.-.1t sda snd XLiberty Stv~tss

210 . Haron TOM L VELL 1109 S. University
Fisrst Class Boot anid Shoe RKepairirag
Tonm wants youer old high shoes Boat price giiven
ANN ARBOR STEAM DYE WORKS---French and Steam Cleaning
For Fine Ghowns, Waists, Woman's Suits and Men's Clothing

All Spots Remroved.

204 E. Wa shirxgtora

i

If yo~a are fu~rnishing rooms this fall be su~re an~d consult
Xus, as it will be to your advarttage
MARTIN HALLER

FIRST NATIONAL BAIL
jOr ANNs Anns, MICH.
..D. KINNE, HARRISON SOULE
Pes. Vice-Pres.
S. W. CLARtKSON, Cashier.
Capital, $100,000. Surelue and Profits. $100000

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