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The Wolverine, 1910-08-08

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,tIE ,WOI.VEiIINE?

Tfi E W O L.VBERIC INE 'J L tMNiitf WILL TEAC H IS -A11ME'Rv'fli)INTS TAKE IN.' 1
_______AT UN1iERSIT f ''(VIC) G\ AN\Y \ FIE ND . ) NC URSIONS. 13

$25.00
4 x 5 Carridge
Kodak
(Sopworn)
Price reduced 50c each day
beginning Aug. 5th at
$19.00
&c( i iour W'iowsa
E. E. CALKINS, Druggist
324 S. State St..
Get your MICHIGAN
Pins, Fobs and Spoons
HALLER'S
Optical' Dept.
Fne Watch and Jewer Repairing
HALEfR'S JEWELEJRY STORf
216 Sonth Main St.
TE ANARBOR PRESS
Pinteicar s oltheSoet
Body
Prits o:of-The woveria.'rhe
Mlc baDailylThe Almnus, 11iae
Lao Fsvew, The (laagyle. The Nh'lah-
gsl . e.hi ci, tigl Slcoal aaega
Ameraian aoTylca'- leysltaana'.Yst"
GreataiBook. onaa 'asaailall, cfficial Sc
adanaas' Daeetsaay, NcwsLttir S. C. A.
tialaaabola Saroal.a ool uairsity
'l'at-Boonasaain diferet laguae.
Pres Building, Maynard St.
Ann Arbor, Michigan
All Lovers
ofood SdacaWater find
that le East unaiersity I'ar-
aaay i aa ideal place tr a
delieious; ceallageaiae or a thirs
aluenache r.
Tal ua~e "Dflasa Caacaalal," laoal or old
East University Pharmacy
1:19 Sata tUniversity

University School of Music
Allcia ctA. St'aley. A. li.,IDireactor
Snmmer Sessiont, July 5--Aug. 26
Ra' la chooaaal ya'ar laaginas Oleller 3.
Caiaseasi alllieraiiesolMusic.
Ailili teal awilah University.
3011Artist Teaaers. Call, or sead liar
illastratedi eala'adiai.
(BlAt .F',S A. SINEK, Secretary
MynaadaSt. Aaan Arbio, Micia.

Tri-weetkly pulbication of the stuldents
of the University of Michigan Summer
Session.
Mainaging Ifailoi Lou A WITE~.
,r,,dflor-in-Chief-DANA E. JONES.
News Editor....Dion S. Birney
E. R. Burton Edward 11. Rohie'
It. G. McGee Buirteigha Jacobs
Erwila F. Kocta S. St. Calkinls
BUSINESS STAIT.
Advertising Manager..Richard Simmons
0. 0. Carpeanter Johna Bonllla
W. G. Beastey
Address : Tia WOLvFcIac., Press Bldg.,I
Maynaird Street, Ann Arbour, Micthigan.
Office Hours : I:30 to 2:30 p. ms. daily.
Both phones, 960.
Subascription Rateo : Local, fifty cents~
for the summuer; mailted to ally aal
dresa for twently-five ceants adaitiolnal.
Advertisilng rates.:Paurnisherd 11p015ap.
ptication to tlhe Managing Editor.
MONDAY, AUGUST 8, 1910.
Edaitor TIoday-tDION S. BIaNF;Y.
VACANCY IN BOTANY
DEPARTMIENT FtILLED.
The teaching force of the hotany de-
psartmaenlt is to he comnplted stills tte
appearance of Professor Hlenry A.
Gteasons to take ltar ptace of Professor
George Plunmmer Blurns who goes lto
tthe University of Vermaont. Professor
Gleasoia is no0w associate professor at
the University of Ittiinois whlere lhc lass
hecia for some years. He took lis
hachelor's degree from tthat institutiona
and after that wenlt to Columbsia Uani-
versity where life received his doctor's
degree. His teachiiag ill botaniy las heeam
uniformity successfult.
Professor Gleasoan has pubtlislhedlsomei
twenty-fiye papers 0o1 scienific suhjects.
IHe is a membaer of all thae natioanal
Botanical Societies. This summ~ifer taeis
conaaucing a party of studcents fromlf the
Uiviersity of Illinois oni a tour ini the
Rorc Mounltains where they areIhavinag
a sl~fummer course of study. Professor
Gleasoma will hcave charge of theacoualrses
ina tlanlt ecology. aand plant phaysiology.
Thinak of it! Soameoane left a little pile
of imoiney on the desk at thae library
lthe cther day, anad lnioinehais claiamedc
it yet.

Ed. H. Lauer, 07i, lassbheniapplloinated
aan iansfruactor iaa Geraniaaa Laaagaaages if
the Uaiversity of tuowa.
Lauer was assistaaaf to D~r. Fluorer of
the Geraama departamenatiiofahis auaiver-
oily Iwo years ago. lie receiveasthfle
Ottenadorfer M eaaorial Fellowsvshilp last
year, aaad wenat to Bferlianawheare lie pur-
sueda his studies. Durinag hliast altay,
as assistaaat at this unaives vify, Lauier
joiaaed Dr. loraaeriatIhaeditiaag of "Die
uaagfcaa voaa Ocleas" fair lie Allyni
& Bacoan series ot the Germanaa Classics.
lHe also flank a conspicuoius lartin thfie
produtionaa of ig'aaoa las tae fDeutschaer
Vere in.
Laufer asas active inithelar ily days of
damaaatic randeavor upn hep artlii of the
Vercina, and was lactivec in111a11field iliac
infg all of his unadeirgrladatecears.
MIvOI AS 511115 12'llliINS.
Alicishers of thae ginerialIlibrary' staff
gave aniniformaal fpartyfaecentfly inihno
ofs- Mass Lya iBroomha all hoseas osnce
a memberaas'yfsthlibriaary ssaf. Tl
1Broomhialaall is loss' wsorkingacinsa a nk~s
librcare iiiNess'Yorkscall..Phliss Toiass
entertainedci.

"For a delightful luncheon
or excellent repa-t a

-Manssy studentas asecyl'amiiiag wsekh-
cnd eacurs:ils,' sasidallobaservsinag pro-
fessorse ctsller daly a iasahmec of
upf:ople assed eiwih isctvily adilenilsul
case's that smeiclldoffIrsait 'anl caks.
'ihlisummer11 'is wanilig-and iall fthose
whailsea sesi rius ssattakh ige lilaof these
weialns latler lie at iftI asnoficed file
ala'raftecrnsonalat11 he1lea ves awcre lie
i tosasag lii la.'
svr ea sekis ima'y studientis asvail
liiiemsselves oathiea nearnsess of such
allesas N\\ iifiiiissor1 those ift''Zialee,'
anl piiassa colelsofiiaisv thare. Othiecs
gio lts ff11Cillof tIllStricaisflay theic
vascalaiosncafrom1111ha ilfa ifeisauniversity
cills.Sver'i''ialsae onestoisforeaignasovil
foic a bieasf 11ime liv tI saaa iii' hefeccyata
ietritu sisl gingi across115t1o1Canaa
wheraic he\liiind111 illacticallyI Esalisis
cits isa 3 sivsa l-Thhsanace to geltlon
foigsoil aaf sisia toagreastanumasbec
of liiistudes1: hereii athiasl summec. if
sailt -til ifere lhcy
f113 theslve'sssailt ale ciiits sasrcth
iromCh aadsa.
fail llsv faas'oseasii.a.

Mack's
Tea
Room
The psroper place to ak le your
Service a La Carte
8 A. M. to 5 P.M., Saturdays to'
9 P. M.
0 o
0
E 6PtAVIN6DIESIGNI
I OUJRNAL BIlLDING
DETROIT
Board $3.00

AT THE BIOLOGICAL STATION

Not far from thel enieaaaercinag iampi,
wvhceecr'alenineesarlie madse, is tiii
Biological 3Sfas cifthlasiuniversity , ihe
lilacs' salisics'comsasthI" Biosloic'i al I!
li.a itit is assialidra l talaes ofdis
coverys anl itsacountlasalofilhe wandaer-
ings of thle Iteahingstaff. Tiiisstatiosa
is mlainatalined for the hug-icitilch s of
ftfe tuiscity'.ITles' ciii gasfiphare isa
the wvildlsof 3lacia a ail huualfor
hugs asiflthut ldstaurbinag; li efalefl
slumberas of the campuias, andas as asher-
tisesd, cilan"cs'saaia ic sthastaudfihefpleais-
tire'ssofat ivfsummecaiilli iin anin-i
vigoratinlg climuaite."
Strange tales ace foist sa life at use
stationI, hose thfatccr'epinag, cralsalifag
tings gel into the tensandlascaulse cightf'
colas wcathlan ias nidignaationa, lhuuw'tlie
sand fdies alay asafloie ssime of tie
faculty, and haowvssmeolithle flaclty
promifise tfaaliate asiathe studaentl Isaiy
lay wr'iting b ooaks oiiiheli'ufa'e'asstkins
cat fly lutes.

Sassa lisay' sas liaal aasigi'is --'
scasi. usaorloatatf uacaas tfaae lotssa ' Come. quick to
ogy5 dep aceItstatiosaedi i ife aswssais. 503 Eas~t Williamrs
aboutith lak l~l theiiear asic inmiy, andsa
ai's scsefitsd i th lii ssaaa si s a sia o1sef lie
I 'sauldep. L vminr' rracas Ioas GREY BROTHERS
thei forbiddisl gacass ivni solvme IeachaeBr'tii~
is iiglas caccr' thec Iassenagaecs aoala}a
lash. anl alias if aexiloationiare amaade.
intos thec surraoundiiliigfoare a sts i sahnC
of hemmstritt bg.TAILOR
oft liew osaf sat iini neLcin
.\are fe o dlalu he has I a p sar use a nd Dya. iic
is a whs ile aIjoke creepsfana buthaisaiasa
alac l a althe ssxtraordiairysiii' safthu 1112 S. UaniversitiyAve.
sheet', aldithe siall ize' Iflu.he st.and
All file C slaiasil aa arerpoclieiaid 911 N. Vine Ave.
waisf alas in his. ia reicaheo . l lii rIs- 1
letcisoeiesaehrssordedaisasi GREY B OIER

Eastman Kodaks- -Photo Supplies
LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY
Headquarters for Ann Arbor is at
LYNDONI'S, 719 N. University
We do nmore amateur finisinmg than all others pot together, and we do it better
Tdank method gfives boat results.
University Mursic Houise, Press BSiildingj Mayn~ard St.
carries a cholce.stock of
Class4ic a~nd Popular Music
Arid solicits patronsage of ansnm esan tudsents
Spring tyles
Hats, Suits, Overcoats, and Men's Furnishings. Drop in and see them
F. J. WUE;RTHp COMPANY
211 SOUTH MAIN STREET

liEFt ARMERJS AND MRtlfANI S DANK
MAIN AND HURON,.STREETS
utial i$10,000' lurpllt and ProfIts $100,000
,esarmal tBankinge Basiness. 3Ipercent paid
s'liarisead OSain.Ilepaistts. Safety Op..
r(sasa lailas to reama at $12.00 and upwards
R.. tEnP.ure. as. 11. 0. PRETTYMaAN, Vice-Pes.'
11. A. WaILaIAnS, Cashier P. T. STOWn. As-It.
The Ann. Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock $50,000 Sarpluas$2020SM
Resoarces $100,000
A Gleneral Banking Busineas Transacted'
UimCERaSaChas. E. Hlscoek.Prens. ; W. D.
Htarrian, Vices Pros.:a M. J. Fritz. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANJ(
DIREOgRoS:
t'. 3. Booth Jno-. V. Sheehan.
oi p. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vauoghan
Sas. B. iWade E.1F. Mils
Joke Haarer Jno. Koch
Prmii. H ti. Carhiart Henry W. Doug; as
Chistiana MartIn Dap F. Zimmnermaap
Lemn e ai
Cornn.erc >aj nand
Ss .vtng.s
Con- . inas sd Liber-tySts-eat.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Oc AeNAROR, MICHi.
G. 0. KINNE, HARRISON SOULE
P~res. Vice-Pes.
W.5. CLARKSON, Cashier.
Capital. $100,000. Surplus and Profit', 000,000

121 Washiaoton E.

RANDA.LL & PA CK, Ph oto graphers

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