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The Wolverine, 1912-07-06

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THE WOLVERINE

THE WOLVERINE CONGRESS' ADJOURNMENT HOLDS TEACHERS' TESTIMONIALS.
UP FORESTRY STUDENTS' JOBS. Have them neatly copied on the
>5 Published Tuesday, Thursday and typewriter promptly and at moderate
Saturday afternoons by the studentstyertrro tyanatmdat
of the University of Michigan summer The failure of Congress to make rates at the
Osohniappropriations for the next fiscal year School of Shorthand,
Communications will be printed only before adjourning, which has caused 711 N. Univ. Ave.
when signed, although writer's name a great deal of business confusion, and Best work in the city. 5-8.
Commuenicdato -wbritednlymefoeajunig'hc bacue
)I- much criticism, throughout the con-
will be withheld on request. Notices THE ANN ABBOT SAVINGS BANK
try, came as a blow to nearly a dozen TEANABRSVNSRN
pertaining to university affairs will be Capital.... . ......$300,000.00
Michigan forestry students who had Surplus anti Undivided Profits.. 100,000.00
printed once gratis, planned to work on government forestRoures
Transacts a General Banking Business
- Address-The Wolverine, Press Bldg., reserves this summer. Without the I r cent interest 'paid as Savings Depositl
Maynard Street, Ann Arbor, Mich. cash to pay running expenses it is YouroBnsiness Solicited
imosbefohoermna e Chas. E. Hiscock, Pres, Michael J. Fritz, Cshr
Office Hours-2:00 to 4:30 p. m., daily. impossible for the governmental de- w. D. Harrian, VicePres. Carl F. Braun,
Phones, 960. partments to go ahead with even rout- Ass. Csh'r wm. Walz, Ass.Csh'r Savings Dept
T R II I V IS I ine matters, and among others univer-
Subscription Rates-Local, seventy- sity students booked for forest work
P L A C E five cents for the summer; mailed to from all over the United States, and C&
116 S. Main Bell Phone 166 any address for one dollar. must either get new jobs or run the FLORISTS
Advertiing Rates-Furnished upon risk of. lying idle all summer. Corner of So. University and Twelfth
application to the Business Manager. Men who are going out from the
University of Michigan are: Wallace Both Phones 115
A The official newspaper of the Summer Weber, and Earl W. Gardner, who
School. were booked for a summer's work in
if your shoes get out Robert Gillett, Managing Editor. Colorado reserves; Harry L. Barr, UNIVERSITY SCHQOL OF MUSIC
of commission let John H. Payne, Business Manager. Oscar Schaefer, H. L. Brave, Clarence Maynard St. Albert A. Stanley, Director
Asst. Mgr.-Malcolm McCormick. Hahn, and Hubert Lamly, all of whom
JOUN It. LAMBERT , were planning to go to Idaho forests;
and J. F. Stock, whose work was to Summer Session
fix them Cushing's, and Student Supply Store. have been i Wyoning EIght Weeks All Branches
Full Semester will begin September
613 E. WILLIAMS ST. News Editor-E. . Burton. _:: Artist Teachers
lyin Classes Start for Men and Women sendfor illustrated catalog
usa ,t Men's gymnastic classes have begun
under the direction of Dr. May and Charles A. Sink, Sec.
Copital. i$100.0 0 Surplus,0,0.000.00 Awill be held regularly Mondays, Wed-
Undiided Proafts,$ E2,000.s SATURDAY, JULY nesdays, and Fridays, at 4:15. They
THE- FARMERS 'AND MECHANICS BANK: are open to beginners as well as to
ANN ARBOR, MICH. There will be a Wolverine staff eachers of gymnasics. Lectures o
SafeBankingandCourteousTreatmentofour meeting Monday at 12:30, All mem- physical culture will be T U
Customers is our Watch word hers, and try-outs present and pros- aye urs-i
3 per cent interest in cur savings department pective are urgently requested to be Jays and Thursdays at the same hour.u l Warbe
esreseet- Men who .desire physical examinations B stam
Do you want a position ? DD you want a better position ? are urged to make apointments as
We may have just the place you are looking for. Let early as possible with Dr. May whose In a new Fire Proof Bldg. and
us know your wants; Then let us have your application. Get Into the Swing of Things. office hours are 10-12 and 2-5 daily. with the latestModern Machin-
The Cibb Teachers' Agency, The Wolverine is hoping to please. The regular courses in gymnasium ery.
1 75 Westminster Ave, You who are hesitating in subscribing work for women begin Monday and We are in a position to do all
Detroit, MICH. to our sheet, we hope you will give it will be conducted by Miss Woods who all kinds of cleaning: As ladies
a good honest looking over, and we takes Miss Bigelow's place. The fancy dresses,;shirt waists, slip-
DAVIS & believe that you cannot but appreciate courses are elective and consist of pers, gloves, etc. Also gentle-
Deliveries that we stand for fair and honest deal- lessons in swimming, dancing, games, mens clothing of all kinds. All
OHLINGER oig. ao tennis, work guaranteed. We call for
Made Our faith in Michigan stimulates and deliver.
us in our efforts to do a material TEACHERS' TESTIMONIALS.
1ITA'~\ When good to the campus, and we get a Have them neatly copied on the T. E. Wahi Mngr
selfish good out of organizing this typewriter promptly and at moderate Bell Phone 877 11 19 Packard St.
Promised sheet because we are in part students rates at the
of journalism. School of Shorthand,
When you subscribe you are en- 711 N. Univ. Ave.
couraging a Michigan institution, by Best work in the city. 5-8 i St'
109 making this paper a possibility. And -heKempfMusicStudios
E. Washington we are giving you something that you Straw Hats of the right kind at the Plaano Pip. Ore.a
PRINTING Belt 432 -J cannot well do without if you are nor- right prices. Allen's Good Clothes Vote Cultur
32S-Division St. Phone 1076 J
mally alive to the world around you. Store. Main Street.
We try to tell you of Michigan activi-
ties, and keep you posted on events to
H uston ros.come. Be real Michigan students and
get into the swing of things. Criticize FUIL L E R & '
The Finest Billiard Room in the State us as much as you like-preferably to
Cigars our Cfaces
We try to treat you right our faces. 610 E. William St. Suits Pressed 25o
But "get on the band-wagon!"

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Text, Books
FOR
SUMMER SCHOOL
Great quantities of Second-
Hand Bcoks at prices that
will save money.

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Engileers' Supplies
FOUNTAIN PENS
BLANK BOOKS
STATIONERY, ETC.

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WAHR'S1
University Bookstore
The place we all go to when In Detroit
Fopular priced dining room
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LUKRAHT PAHK HUREL
A. E. Hamilton, Mngr.
European Plan 75c to $2.00 per day
Cratiot Ave. and Library Ave.,
DETROIT, MICH.
Big Rednction on
IHammocks
I -and-
Hose
Come in and get our prices

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H. L. Switzer Co.
Hardware and Sporting Coede
310S. State St.

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Steam a
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nd French
Cleaners
Trousers 10o

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The University of Michigan
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Hear Ye, Hear Ye, G H WID CO S
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Citizens tAnne o StudentsM. Carry the Largest Line of Wool- -E G A R
ens in the city. Satisfaction guar- The Gordoule
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SUMflER STYLES PFEY
in the city of An Arbo of 105 S. Mais a specialty COLLEn
St. and alleges that the said SUGARAL CO EE
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serve better cream and sweeter candies Established 1888 WORK
with prompter service than any other All work made in this city.
similar confectionary in this city. And ' Mil usTri Order
this they are willing to leave to the ___H__WILDC_
country. JOURNAL BUILDING
Phone 967 311 S. STATE STREET . -F DETROIT MICH.

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Watah the boys pilot the old grade around for a LUNCH that is a LUNCH
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A NG O dh C e C Streets
A Full Line 01 Tobacoo and Cigarettes High Grade Confections and Fruit
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Programs, Invitations, Calling Cards, etc., en-
graved for you quickly and correctly. We have
the leading brands of social Stationery and will
save you money on pound lots or more. We'll
gladly send you samples of paper and type faces.
Write-or stop in and see us when in Detrcit.

GREGORY, MAYER & THOM CO.
Printers-Stationers-Office Outfitters-Engravers-
Embossers.
WOODWARD & CONGRESS, DETROIT, MICHIGAN

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