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June 27, 1912 - Image 2

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The Wolverine, 1912-06-27

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Alumni
y your Campus Pictures at
the Campus Store
Pictures of all Campus Buildings
Films for sale.
Postal Cards.
Kodaks for Rent.
Printing and Developing.
e Place for Your Purchase
Just oil State Street
.9 EAST LIBERTY

THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
The official newspaper of the Universi-
ty of Michigan.
Walter K. Towers, Managing Editor.
Rom Dilley, Business Manager.
and
THE WOLVERINE.
The official newspaper of the Summer
School.
Robert Gillett, Managing Editor.
Jo" It. Payne, Business Manager.
Asst. Mgr.-Malcolm McCormick.
The commemoration week editions are
edited and managed by the combined
staffs of the two papers.
This edition staff.
Night Editor-Fred B. Foulk.
Manager-A. R. Johnson, Jr.

ALUUWNI MEET IN
ANNUAL SESSION.
(Continued from page 1.)
lery on the second floor; and "Simeon
J. Murphy Room" for the south gal-
lery on the second floor. Each of the
men thus honored has contributed
largely both in time and money to the
erection of the edifice. The Alumni
Room will continiue to bear that name.
Announcement was made that the
funds for the Tappan Tablet, which is'
to be placed directly opposite that
in honor of Dr. James B. Angell,tare
nearing the desired total, and that it,
is planned to unveil the tablet next
year.
Harry E. Douglas, '98 P, of Ann.Ar-
bor was elected to succeed Horatio N.
Chute, '72, as a member of the asso-
ciation's board of directors. The meet-
ing instructed President Lane to ap-
point a committee of three to discuss
and report to the association on the
much agitated question of adopting
an official button for the organization.
A resolution was passed recommend-
ing that local alumni associations be
urged to aid in securing subscriptions
for the Alumnus. The report of the
general secretary, W. B. Shaw, re-
viewing the association's work for
the past year was read and will appear
in full in the July issue of The Alum-
nus.

Some Splendid Michigan Souvenirs
Dr. Angell's Reminiscences . $1.35
Dr. Angell's Selected Addresses 1.60
Ann Arbor Tales, Karl Harriman . .50
Michigan University Song Book . 1.25
Michigan Scrap Book . 1.00
Michigan Souvenir . . . . .50
Banners, Pennants, Postals, etc., tc.

Rah! Rahi! Michigan!!!

Seniors Make Good.

With today the festivities finish and
another class will have been graduat-
ed into a passive world. To those
about to make their exit from several
years habitation within college pre-
cincts the step may seem abrupt. Wits
and jesters have made much sport of
the late collegian.

Main St.

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Hear Ye

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The world however is not quite so MORE SPIRIT IS
cold as these latter would have us
believe. Whatever may be the sense ~-

University Bookstores
This Way, You Michigan Men-
Watch the boys pilot the old grads around for a LUNCH that'is a LUNCH
Ak9 .Corner of Monroe and
Thayer Streets
A Full Line of Tobacco and Cigarettes High Grade Confections and Fruit

SHOWN BY 1902

of Ann Arbor-Students
of the U.of M.

.Now Comes the

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ty of A nn Arbor of 109 S. Main
,lleges that the said SUGAR
s ready, able and willing to
4er cream and swe ter candies
mter service than any other
onfectionary in this city. And
y are willing to leave to the

Phone 967

W. J. Booth, President
,Vice-Pres. C. John Waltz, Cash'r
Savings Bank
ANN ARBOR, ICH
took - - - - $50,000.00
d Profits - - - $75,000.00
lace we all go to when in Detroit
ilar priced dining room

TRUBEY3 S
PLACE
116 S. Main Bell Phone 166
ALUMNI!r
If your shoes get out
of commission let
JOHN H. LAMBERT

of Ik Marvel's lines to the effect "it
is astonishing with what degree of
equanimity the world receives this in-
undation of talent, how quickly the
Peels and Burkes among college sen-
iors disappear in after life," they do
not detract from the worth of a liberal
education. At most, they are signifi-
cant of the fact, that in this instance,
the world likes to make up its own
opinion regarding that value.
As a matter of fact there never has
been a time when college trained men
are more welcome than at present.
Such have been the accomplishments
of the graduates who have gone forth
in the past that adverse criticism has
been silenced. Statistics show that
college trained men and women occu-
py positions of public trust and honor,
altogether out of proportion to their
numbers.
Our own alumni returning are living
examples of the truth of this state-
ment.
We may better say that after today
another class will be graduated into
a recipient world awaiting only to be
shown. Seniors, make good.

(Continued from page 1.)
The '07 engineers gave the lie to
those who would malign the machin-
ists as a bunch of grimy boilermak-
ers. They came back with a vim and
Delivered the goods by the cartload.
One of their number tired of pound-
ing rivets fitted out his class with au-
tos. Not mere touring cars or brough-
ams or any such were these, rather
were they great gray trucks in the
nature of moving vans, equipped with
the latest appliances. Keep it quiet
they say that these trucks were not
water wagons.
WORM TURNS FOR BENEFIT OF
OLD GRADS.
(Continued from page 1.)
started and the. contest paused while
the marchers circled the diamond,
headed by the Varsity band. The
"naughty sevens" came to the field in
their platform drays and made almost
as much racket as their predecessors.
It took the old boys to bring the Var-
sity to life and instill the fight and
determination that made it stay on its
(Continued on page 3.)

Programs, Invitations, Calling Cards, etc., en-
graved for you quickly and cc riCcily. We have
the leading brands of social S atic i cr ar d will
save you money on pound lots or more. We'll
gladly send you sanuples cf papte ard tyye faces.
Write-or stop in and see us when in Detrcit-

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day, July 9th. Assemblies every Tuesday and Friday
July 2nd. For particulars call at Academy or phone 246.

Polhemus Transfer Line
Stark & Richie Props.
Taxicab and Automobile Service. Busses,
Hacks and Baggage
canoes Delivered
207 N. Maina St. Phones 15

Tinker A Company,
Furnishers and Hatters to University Men
342 South State Street

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