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The Wolverine, 1910-08-20

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THE
VOL. I. AT

WOLVER NE
NN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1910. N. .s .

AGENCY FOR
Martha Washington
CANDIES
Gilbert's Chocolates
Tice's D~rug Store
117 S. Main Both Phones
VARSITY CAF[
612 E. Liberty
Only one block trom
the Campus
Three good square
meals per day
Single Meals 25c
$350 per Week
Sunday Dinners 35c
M~lEAL TICKETS

PROSPECTS GOOD
FOR ATHLETICS
Director Bartefeme Says Mich-
igan Sure to Have Fine
Football Season
TRACK OUTLOOK IS ALSO BRIGHT
September nineteentb will see tsventy-
five isusky football warriors assetsbledl
at Whitmore Lake, for early traittittg.
It is possible that all wbo save received
etvitationts may tot bse absle to report
bat it is certaintshtat ensoogh will be
tbere to make two foll teaits.
"Prospects are certaintly lite," enthb-
siastically replied dir etor Bartltelme
to a Wolveriste reporter yesterday swhen
'qoeslioned regardittg Ike outllook for
text fall. "We will start traintintgswitht

GYMS BUSY THIS SUMMER
Many Physical Trainirg Teachers
Were Enrolled
Phtysical traisting courses inth01
gymnsasiums have proved extremely pop-
ttlar withs stttdettts of bhe sautoer set-
siots this year. Altiost tsvice as many as
last year have betteeolled for twork,
antd all tate expressed thtettselves as
delighted stilsthte cosurses attd resutlts.
Dr. G;eorge A. NMay bat directed te
wtork amonthtgIeusent, antd Miss Cather-
ite L. Bigelotw hs giventthle ittstrtuctiont
amsong the wtotsett.
Sixty-ftceswomtent bave karl lockers
this summtter, thse majoeity takeintgstork
itn te regutlar classes. Instrtsction its
swimsmsintg satsbeetn givetn to twenty-.
ft-c, ansdl witht excellenst resutlts. Ontthle
average te art of naval psropuslsiott tat
bectt leareelintshte first ive lessotts.
Amontg othters, who hal already rnat-
teredl Ike art, testatatorium hstbeets
very poputtlar durittg Itetdog days. Six-
teett sate beetnottt for tetntis, tbe ottly
outl-of-dloors execise induslged in thtis

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Presbyterian
Church
Sunday Morning at 10:30
Rev, John Wirt Downing
Witl speak on tse subett
"The Christian-a Man
of Mark"
Also to ttte Yosung Men antt Womsen
at 12noon on
r "A Man's Salvation-
What it Means"
Mr. Dufning, to one of tse most Force-
eu' peakers in the Ventral Statet.. He
has a message that you want. Everyone
Welcomeo.
NO MUSICAL.
TI-IERE WILL BE NO MUSICAL
AT TIlE UNION SUNDAY AS AD-
VERTISED ON ACCOUNT OF THE
SICKNESS OF SEVERAL PERSONS
WHO WERE TO BE PRESENT TO
TAKE PART.
ONE MORE PAPER.
THEIE WILL BE ONE MORE IS-
SUE OP THE WOL.VERINE. THIS
MAKES THE FULL NUMBER TO
BE RUN DURING THE SUMMER
SESSION..- PERSONS WISHING
TO COMPLETE THEIR FILES
HAY SECURE EX'IRA NUMBERS
BY CALLING AT THE OFFICE IN
THE PRESS BUILDING ON MAY-
NARD STREET DAI Y FROM ONE
TO TIWf O'CLOCK.

asquad of twenaty-five at Whsitsmocre atid '1Nl1Casty of Ithose takisig te regulart
report at Ferry Field October 6. "we floor work save beets grade scbool
kave every reasoss to fell optiistsic attd teachiers, whso inttd t establish sotme
asless sosmethsissg happens to thtemsest sort osf phsysical traitninsgtsr calisthtettics
there is to caose intshte world whky ve iteir schtools. Absout a hsalf doens
Alsoold not bare a winnsitng teamt."
-s~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~woe UhdotdyIs ettwlliststsl vtss ate takett special sworle ittfolk
. Unoubedlythetea wil imens l atters, itt somse eases Ipreparatory t
miss the services of last 1ear's veteras, twork its smsunic ipsalhliassgroustis atdsl
ltut ssew miaterial will be workedlottt simsilar ittstitustionss. Re-gttlar itt-dloor
asnd sosse excellesst talet oughst to Ibe gamsi, as baisketbsall, save bsets poputlar.
developed. All its all a hsost of msaerial InWtrmn ma u-heehv
.wIttl'beatnrhandsagyisevarisindicasirn sat
wil beottlsssdassl ver itilcalist beett reguslar gynsatic classes es-cry- dlay'
scemss to skow thsat we will otte r ser t ssvst ltttd aseto a
.ee thse old Michigatt tsachtitnetext f-ill. playedar ipranlat nte-ok
Yost,ltse '"sorry-utp'"stats,swill lbe i csitsi i -clversarhundredime at-aailed thseti-
charge of the teams righst fros th~e stairt selves if Ite privileges oiffereid.
asnd hsewill lbe alylassistedl IsvReddient
whso aided Isissilast fall. IBotht Yiost '- s nl er of thoise ,-ss,,Is 3havetse
teacliers osf physicail traininig ini schosis
assd Bartelsse arc of ltesopiniionsthat andi Yi M.VCN U.A's as vweli asesoachies
KraenzcleinsIke siew traisner, will lie sif tlei;tam.Fr hs heehv
mucs assistassce to thse leamtsaissd sill b ects special lectusres ts famsiliarize thsess
fill thse shsoes of Keesse Fitzptitrick set-stisst-sorusiisiivgsefr
ler tkassassyonte else.mesrmnan meilex iato,
It is coisceded by all dopesters Its-itasiseatsorests tusitaytoffstedic forxssinisaisi
M.ickigau bas a big year ahsead of i in tal liractice its maskintg mseasusremenrts
thse othser departmessts of athsletics as asltss
well, notabaly on thse tract: ansd its basse - Antothter coiurserhs also bseesscots-
ball. ducteid cosisistisig chiefly of lectures,
'Craig, whso tied thse world's recordslinn h omnsnemtost
inhIe two-twessty yard dlashs andi cati-Ibe emptloyes-slisi rendserinsg first aiid tos
luared second its the hunsdred at the te injusdtsat Istsdoisi case of ic-
Iutercollegiate tmeet last sprinig, aids fair issri
cidesits on thse street, intshle school
to be thse country's greatest sprisnler text gymnsuuit the gridirosi, or at the
sprinsg. Joe Horsier, capitaiss elect, s-ittacwho tssslwa t d i ae
is tke msts versatile athete intshIetheengdah rjflsbo ,
Usited States today, is kseepinsg Iimself beeding sstffsscstioass sr steipirst srowis-
Iis big year. This cosmblinatiosn alosse sng;
is esiougk to discoturage Ikf prospects of recsogscttct.gts'vx.
most otker schools whso are esideas'orsssg Fuller iriss fcrst ibigsi radit
10r ntursot ye assitstpa cktaitaes are comsinig its. Visscent Taylor,
for text asbye tar.ex y aadreceist graduate, hstjust been appoisit-
wnill be ssade up almsost centirelys of voter-Deadsiestof tlectriclEngieesooino
asts, as mtost of laostirissg's stisse villDeatntoth SaeScol f
returnI. Makinsg at good ash lowinsg as hse Sciessce at 'ialspewlots, N. 0. Mr. Tay-
lor is at tiesestint Jackssons,bsut intsenssl
did witk raw msaterial Coacha Rickey laignx ot o i e oe
oughst 10 develop a wiunning teats withs
sock a large nsumsber of experienceds
players. ___FIRST__ UNITARIAN CHURCH
Miss Allie B. Chsapins, a teachser of ; CORNtR STATet AND ItURON STtiEhT,
Port Huron, wko hs beess in tstendansce HENRY WILDER FOOTE, Minister.
at stummer schsool, bat beess forcesd to ___
leave owinsg to ass attack of appessiicitis.
She wtis operated ott at thse Universty Service tomorrow at 10:30 A. M.,
Hospital, and is expeeteid 10 recover Sermon by Rev. L,. M. Powers
rapidly. of Hiaverhill, Mass.
It's hot stow, but wailt until summiser SUBJE CT
vacation begins. "Some Problems of Our Time"

ENGINEERS LEAD A
GAY LIFE IN CAMP
Besides Surveying and Building
Railroads They Find Time
for Baseball Games
WALK NINE MILES TO A DANCE
Wh~ile msos of Ie rtngineering st-
dents are lbtsy its Aists AbIor, the jiorss
Civils are busyiig temseslves ii te
woods of northerns Mihigat. Up there
ass Lake Douglas sone fif ty of thems
sre at st-sik, layisgoutmissisiatire ril-
roads, surveyiisg for reservoirs, aistd
doinig all tkose other thisgs sal a str-
veyor it supposed to kiow.
Osse of the eisblers hsa just writen
somse ofathIe saest hmaeninigs of te
camsp to lt-Wlverine. Among othler
thngs the writer ays:
'Dii thse cold stinter mssorings ii sens
rathief bard to make asn 'eight sclock'
its Aist Arbor. Bit te egiseer til
sere thintks tha very ceasynowv, After
sleepisng all sight ott Iis uk of straws,
he rises itsample tiseis te msorig
to ansswer to roll call as 6:2. After
breakfast e sotldrs hilt istrumsset,
takes hstlunche wills himt, asd goes out
to work, returnsisg its timie for sppetrr
at 5:3. This selcue lsts for the
esitire wee, lSturday asidl ll.
"Lasi Satiriday, howiver, it was di-
fereiit. The ate all tait-we really
save onr away tp ere-siassagedl by
Die Beassley- andsl altisisti bef Frhtz-Fel
Orser, isvasdeid the wilis of Topisiabiee.
Its-re. wills lal Wright pithisng, andi
senug ably suptpore ly al le rist
of the teams, to say nothisg of Ie um-
lire, we eat Topissabce t the tunse of
7-0.
"Thsah ight we gaiered ahoust the
festive board of Pike's Tavert, ad
after enjoyinsg our msesl, se sasgAieli-
gait songs asd gave.'icieigans yells,
sock to Ike delight of ihe guests. After
thatl csmeiteardance ina orehosor
While our costunmes would perhaps ae l
tess a little off for a dastier at Grager's
-w hv ad salked the usis iles from
camp to 'Iopisabe-yet we all ejoyedl
te dance as smucs as sissy that was ever
dancesd at Granger's or its Harbour gym-
tnasiutms.
"After Ie dassce soue alked oue
while oters, being ethuised over Ie
place, stayed ad camse hone by lausc
the followting sday.-AndsnissyDoe Bess-
ey is senug urged front all sides to se-
esteraiother gane for Saturday, Aug.
tst 2, sister we ave bies pronise
asoher Ialf Ioliday."
Asnd so we nsreItat even up ithIe
wilds Michigansstsoses tscced ii
livisig a gay life. 11 was ever thus.
CASS REtCTES OU-O-OOS.
Strollers about ie cnmputhIle oter
day maightt ave een a class comfort-
ably recitisng if tey ailhappenesd near
the Museum building etweess ess
and eleves. Not being able to fld a
roomsawhere there was no ois, Mr.
Hunsphreys took Iis class itsAnericais
Literature out under a hree. Tee are
as ye 550 complaists becuse of Ie
lack of fresh air in tal class room.
Oh, yoo lonesome laws.

UNION SUNDAY
SCHOOL
EXCURSIDN
FROM ANN ARBOR TO
Detroit and
Belle Isle
Thurs. Aug. 25
By Special Train on Michigan
Central R R.
Train leaves Ann Arbor at 8:00
AM. Returning, train leaves
Detroit at 6:00 P. M.
Boat Ride:
Special steamer will take us
for a ride out into Lake St.
Claire and around the island,
landing us at the island. The
boat leaves at oot o Third
Street on arrival o our train.
Union Basket Dinner:
Schools will meet at 1 2 noon.
The place on tie island an-
nounced on the train.
Free Auto Rides:
Ater dinner all children in the
Primaryand Intermediate De-
partments, will be given an
auto ride about the island.
ALL THE SUNDAY SCHOOL
PEOPLE ot the city are spe-
cially invited to join in this ex-
cursion, and all others will be
MORE THAN WELCOME.
FARE
INCLUDING BOAT TRIP
Adults - 90c Round Trip
Children under 12 years
- - 50c Rouud Trip
Tickets naw on slet Wm. Goodyear
& Ce., Male St., Schult Brs, State
St., Ry. Dug Store, South Unversiy
Avne.
Get Your Tickets at Once
LAWS SHIOULD REGiS1'lE
AT IBRARIAN'S DES5K
A directory of all the gdesiand ms
noi-grasdsustes of the aw ats- entssso f
thse University sf Mihigantigssein
smade.
Eachs studseit is requsestedl ts cll a
thse desk of the lirari-ninit the hiss
library andiwrteinIts k prohiss d edsi
there for the pusoe, thems an
present asddressf aiy hs-pessy sshlists
ever at assy lsstim e s-sin a stisdent ithiv
law departmsenst.
Notices of ideaths ar-- eseills - I
sired its orsder thast thes-peopee ntielis
may le stasde its thi'e ecrology- list.

The appreciation shown by our many customers of our annual June
ColIlege End Sale college-End Sale has led us to set aside
-Summer School -Aug. 22-271.19.10. foror fistss atna
and to offer to the students othetummnner Siinl a isisc
_ Saleto stomck up on Furnshng, Hats and Shoes and fromass
WAGN ER & CO. S l up-to-date ine ormeecandise.
our rptaton oseleting the cisrret things foe Men's
303-305 S. State St. Sign o1 the big shoe Prices will talk during this week wear etends fr and wide, and is peeulia t AntiAebmu.

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