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The Wolverine, 1910-08-20

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iTEWOLVERlNP

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Players are particular
about cues. We have good
cues; light or heavy, plain,
corded, or ebony to suit.
Find what you like and ,ve
reserve it for you in private
drawer without charge.
HUSTON BROS.
307-309 S. State St.

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Ball & Simmons
REAL ESTATE
Rentals, Houses, Rooms
or Apartments
COMPLETE CAPE FOR STUDENTS
0, C. BISSE~LL
333 S. Main
Elverything New and Clean
I Uro of M. and
HrnRiver Boat Livery
Canoes and Boats Rented
P. C. TESSMER, Proprietor
Both Phones 656
Panama HATS Steenw
and alt others
GLEANED and BLOCKED
301.2 S. State St.
First Class Shining Parlors
NEW SHOE STORE a
OaN STATE STREET
If you want
GOLF and TENNIS
SHOES
CALL ON
E. Rn FROST
302 SOUTH STATE STREET
Ebrih&Son Company
ChmclDusand Sundries -
WOLVERINE
CLUB ROOM
Billiards and Pool
Tobaccos and Cigars
Everything New
Student Patronage Solicitied.

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STORIES OF THE CAMPUS
Under this caption short stories per-
taining to the cainpus wilt be published.
Anythinig of local interest wrill tie con-
sidered. Everyone who sces somecthing
hunmorous about the catmpus is att liberty
to write it up and onbi i s store to lhe
Wolverine. No niamies wiltltbc signed iii
publication, but the ntame of the twriter
should accompaniy the store.. Nothing
will be published that comies tio the office
without a signature.
When Profrs. ,s 'orwiit, whto is
teachinsg here in the summeer sessiont,
was a studenst at this ttiersstvthr was
supposeil to derive a portiion of htis colt
lege expenses froii a farm jist out-
sile of Plynmonuth in which his family
was interesteit. Itnomskiing out the leassr
to a tenant the proprietosr was tparticti-
arty careful to see that tis share of
the tprofits accruing Ifriomtshte poultry
shoultdlbe forthscoinig. So a rlausse
was itserted thereins to ttse effect that
half the eggs slsoutd se ttelivered regtt-
larty by thse tenant, swhicls he accoridingly-
agreed to do.
Fall eanse anda early wnster. The sttp-
ply of eggs gradually dwinidled. Theii
for a period of several wceekas theree
were so egss at all. Ttoinintg thsat tse
tentant hadt forgottentihte careftully its-
serted clatuse, a letter was idespastced
remtindinsglhims of it. Back ectase the
reply tat some recetlees needeid
in whichs to shits eggs, aiid lsat that ws-
thse canoe of thse delay.
With visionss of great cnstards aniii
dainty omoelets lsefore hire, Mr. Csrwini
hastenoed to procitre somthliitg to shtipi
eggs in. Alt he could fittdt sas a large
barrel, hut as the wreatiser was cold lie
thtougtthIis wouild allow ptlentyt of roomt
to pack the eggs. itnttne titme a lrtter
was received sayinlg the eggs swire ship-
ped bot Itsat tere was somte dstnger of
their being ittjarett becaitse of lto little
covering. More visionts of dlelicatety
prepared egg dishes rotted bsefoire tihe
eyes of the epieure as tsrtroeeeto
uttpaek the barret. Bunleaftiler 1udl
of straw aitd hay sras removstedl. Thte
kitcheis looked lilkete tattiex ts a statle.
antd to eggs. Bttt the futtteirsofessore
dug oio as if toe rere norsuittg tieleadll-
ers of tsr critsadesltrtoutghtheathlens
lansds. Fiiially hse ras reiwardted. ''Tere
tte eggs were at lsat, iteatly tttckedl
s way inthtie critter tif the sugar basrrel,
fouir of thieto.
ASSISTANTS rtn se ot.tVCA5TIONS.
Libtrary assistantts are isakitng reads
to take thoe vacations. Miss Florenict
Harger wilt leave today for Grandi Rats-
ids where shtetrill spenid Ite ssuitcr.
Miss HeIleni Thomias tas left for ('slt-
rado whoere sloe will spendsl ter vacationt
oii the ranchl owined by set' fathter. Miiss
Mary Peckhaissexpeets ts spendthe It
osmer wits tee parensts int Jamtestown i,
New York, aisd at Chsttaqua Lak~e
where thoey save a cottage.

S..,A. AMONG; TIlI?,OLDEST
CABNtPUS ORIAN IZA't'ONS.
Bite of the oldest of caisptus organti-
zationso is the Stodesits 1Lecture Asso-
ciatiotn. Formied initpI it existed ititil
i18g3 before it twss itteorporated. The
primiary funtionst of toe organtizatioin
twss to furitishtsoItshtsuniirersity coin-
mnitiy sit itinial cossre of stiblie lee-
tures.
BDiriing the years thsat followead, tse
associationiflotirished. Whtent more
funtdts trere acctumulnatedl thats tere
ntecessary for runisnig e. apettoes, periodi-
cats were furntishied to the readitig ennui,
loait funs wtere estabslisbhed,sald gifts
mtasdetsosiller organitionssss.
PTe lsetutre assoeiationi tas starteid
befoirse Isheyeumt miovemsetthad spett
its fisrce, and ttose causes had tot set
in, which tate later tetteda to mareahe
puitisc lecttre a spstpular enitertasinmsent.
It thte otl dass uch tin were Irouglht
tsAn A rbsor as Etonersoit, Bayardl Taty-
sir, Hloraee Mantn, Greee, atidGesiege
Curetiss.
Ini later years mousieal numbers have
bettnedded to the psroghrami, anit witlsin
the past fewr years tromtetsbave spokent.
Amnig these toatipptear tate IseentIdlia
Tairlelt, it-Io spoksle ott Litneolti,sait
Maitue BallintonBosotlti,wtoi spoke ott
tier tortiktaissstig the prisonso of the
coutryt.e.
STLJDENT AUTHOR MARES
1115 M1ARK AS IHIS'TORIAN.

.Xb'OI NTMEN't'OFFICE2
ll,AC'P;S M NY :'PB(CIl BBS.
The eaits- eestolmtenstreqitestedltaist
spritng lbethe appoitmietlcsommsittle
has seent rery successful aceorinitg to
all reports. Mfore titiestats gireti the
offilce fosrce to eollect idataicontceriing
tie canidastes registeredt, sad tiore time
ts ogitetn bothto schls upsiteritend-l
rnts tatu teachers for aimtainv tiesti-
gatlion.-
The extra titte allotteid by the early
e'tr'slttstet gavse a chatte to eollect alt
dleltitecessary tIto riurnis the schtossi
sutperinstententt with somte isles if the
teaelier. Alt this tras setit out fromts the
office,the eandtidatentsthavinigtsolbothier
with it at alt.
Dutritig lie sisttte'-session alonse
abotissit P ptossilltns st-stesecured lfor
teaichsers. 'lThe titire immbitersofttosi
tilts secured since list spiringi is uniut
23o. Teachsers list-c biet seattereti titre
widely this yerettanes-er before, go-
ing toithe iwesternt states parlitilatrly.
'tIatis college anta a feiw tmiversitrytpo-
sitioshaiite bsent filledl.
Dutrittg the re tsitlser if the sutttiter
the appointmseint office trill be open from
5 i to 3 oig stit nd tfIrosht lt 4sfter-
Last year Coluttbia ratikedtfiest its
total registrationm, Penntsyleantis secotid,
Michigant thirdl, atid Barvardi, Cosrntell,
and Yale fourth, fifth atid sixth, re-
spectively.

FULLER & O'CONNOR
Steam and French
Dry Cleaners
Suits Pressed 25c
Trousers SOc
619 En William Street
JOHN H. LAMBERT
The University Shoe Shop
tFall line' of Arrosm tih Aerch 'erops
titu Mna ittry usr Attjistttto
LACES AND POLISHES
613 H. William St., Ann Arbor
Reinger & Company
The Old Place Billiard
Parlors
Cigars, Candy, Tobacco

As sa cosntribuutosr to miagazitues there
is slitthe eciampuis today atyountg athour I

nholist a ttainuing a mar tked udegree tif
suiceess. (hr.ILewssB.Casse, whtostes.x
tractl fruit hitshoctlots thesis to trof.
Yats't Tneuetitled "The Searech for the
Alaa uusor the Nawsr ta of Nsval
WVarfare, i1appearest inthte July n umtsber
if theSranueimagazitne, tas recentlyp
hiatt twsoothser artiles acceiptedhbyi f-
isccintt pritias. A lptper entiledt
-The Uper a M hitssissippi a Centuttry
((Ii" W1ill apspear skids y-inithe .\ltigti-
?itue sit sAmericanlHitiory. A historicalt
stk et of si somuewhast udifferech-larater
is contuaittedt ini Mr. Chasse's article ott
thse "InsstittutioutusiI listory of the tHigh
Schoosu-,'" rhtichi taosbeeit aecepotedfor
puliicationtibyu1the SehlssiReviewr df
Chiceago Unirersity. tBasiudes these
three, Mr. Chasse tits haul ses-eral short
airtieles ticceptiedhhiy-the hisser moagsinies.
NYZl
A' respouse scto yur sit ataits you tti
hue office if 'T'he 'iotis-ritie,
If y-outwtto ur dev lesclointg andh
pr htin tdoe right gYo to Listigtisi's.
Spseciaul atteuttionitgiveut eactihutsmsir lalte.
Call Liongmanit the phtotogrsphier.
toyS J.forsc st earths ofyoustr hsomte,
attest als-itte atid anywshlere.
Fors sibe- Bite, choseuli uBritanniica. gts
editionit cAtmericansuRevisioti. $to.0"
Veioulin $1.00. Phionue uuu-L.

Mofcdet- ui rnictishedH isue fuse Rent-
onte year or miore, 7 roomts, oriental
ruigs, fine piano. Short dlisstnce est
osf camuutls. Callt at T243Wsltttcits.
lig oxfosrudstile at .(hlhntutul tttu For-
sythie.
Big oxfoirudstile at A'llmaindislanda For-
sythse. i1-12-13

Somte toteof thosetiew sailtedl hesa-s-' A oto~AlesloQNT H~
tluts. Cuositug's Phiseisiacy. CooknerFR EEto Agen , tt e Iretse
larges tmauaturro mn u Coo kin t ensils i
If you watut a nice fresh son of Gil- , witouageti. italreuledRehi
beet's chocolates, go to Ctushitng's Pisar- UOntcansshisso'MnefuioiegCo. Dt. 22 I, innot,Mi
macy.

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Opp. D. U. R. Statteon.
B1 W uronsB. G. NOYES. Prop.
F OR photographic film
and printing paper,
cameras, pure chemi-
cals and supplies of allkinds,
come to this store and you
will be certain of depend.
able quality. We sell the c.
which makes truer, better-
balanced negatives, and
Cyko Paper for deeper,
softer, clearer prints.
Let us show you our
splendid a s sor toment of
cameras. Pure chemicals,
all phtgahcsupplies.
eveloping and rining
doute. Reasonable c orse,
E.J. ISCHKIDT
30 S.State St
Phn aBel 35L
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FAM ILY THEATRE

This Afternoon

Tonight

The Big Laughing Show
JEANETTEA, the Musical Kid
Taylor and Taylor
The Unbleached Americans
Starting Monday, Aug. 22
Something Difterent
MELVILLE FLOYD
Introducing slides of Jeffries-Johnson bight-Note: These are NOT
the nooving picturns
Another strenuous act
The Benabdics, Arabian Acrobats
Soonu- Hulme and Brown
As good as the Wells Mrothers

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>>Smokeless Powder Shells
The Patent Corrugated Head on Win-
cheater" Leader" and" Repeater" shells
absorhsathe shock of the powder explos-
i on instead of localizing it, as the old
English way of metal lining does. That's
why Winchester shells, with their
modern patented construction, are so
superior to ones made according to
- the English method of times-hong past.
l If you want the best shooting shells
--ASK FOR THE REDW BRAND.
THE NEW CATALOGUE
OF THlE
Univcrsity of tMcigl
Is ready for distribution at the Secretary's Office.
It contains complete information concerning all of
the Departments of the University. Fall semester
begins October 4. i910.
A copy of the Catalngue with special publications relating to any
department wilt be sent on application to
SH IRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary
Ann Arbor, Michigan

Portrait Studio- ,319 East lHuron .Street

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