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The Wolverine, 1912-07-06

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THE WOLVERINE

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WHITE ST AR LIFE WH"^TF FOT OF"'**
STREET, DETROITO
For a Delightful all Day Outing on the beautiful St. Clair River
takerthe steame "Tasino"anymornIng8:,Sundaysoo. Fare
rturninsaesclay: Port OHuront $s.oo; Slats or TashmoooPark,
50 cents; or Toledo and return, steamer "Owana" leaves Detroit
. everyweek day 5a..,reery Sunday 8:30 am., returns to De-
i oit7A15dp.Ao.;farotS staysocwrswsPaysk$r.oo.
For an Afternoon Ride to St. Clair Flats, Taohmoo Park orPort
_ Huoron way ports take the "City of Toledo" at 2:0 wPt..

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FAIYILYBIJOU THEATRE
IN=DOOR GARDEN
Playing
High Class Vaudeville
--AND--
Superior Photoplays
3 shows nightly - 7 to 10:30
Matinees Wednesday,
and Saturday
Summer Prices
All Seats . .. . . . C
Entire Change of Program
Monday, Wednesday and Friday

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The Roadto Coifort
A vanished thirst-a cool body and a refreshed one; the ยข
sure way-the only way is via a glass or bottle of
Ideally delicious-pure as purity-crisp and sparkling as frost.
Free our new booklet, telingof coca-Cola
vindicationat Chattanooga, for the asking Whenever
51J Demand the Genuine as ade by you see an
THE COCA-COLA CO., ATLANTA, GA. AtoCthink
THE NEW CATALOCUE OF THE
UNIVERSITY, OF MICHIGAN
is now ready
Complete information concerning seven departments:
Collegiate, Engineering, Medicine,
Law, Pharmacy, Homeopathy,
Dentistry and the Craduate School
and the Summer Session
Special courses in Forestry, Newspaper Work, Landscape Design,
Higher Commercial Edncation Including Railway Administration and
insurance, Architecture, Conservation Engineering, Pedagogy (affiliated
with Ann Arbor High School for Observation Study), and a new course
for those preparing for the scientific administration of departments
of sanitation and public health.
For Copy of Catalogue, Special Announce-
ment or Individual Information address
SHIRLEY W. SMITH
Secretary University ANN ARBOR

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MODEL OF MONO-RAIL CAR
INSTALLED FOR ENGINEERS.
Professor Tilden Selects Valuable
Addition to Laboratory
Equipment.
A fine model of a mono-rail car
arrived yesterday at the New Engineer-
ing Building. Prof. C. J. Tilden, of
the Engineering Department, made the
choice of the car. The model, which
weighs twenty-eight pounds and is
twenty inches long, balances itself
perfectly on a wire a few milimeters in
diameter. The chief feature of the
car is a pair of heavy fly-wheels which
are made to spin in opposite directions,
and so geared as to rotate slightly
about a vertical axi:. These wheels
maintain the equilibrium of the car,
on the principle of the gyroscope, by
rotating about the vertical axis and
righting the torque. Besides these
two wheels, there are two shelves on
each side of the car, which prevent
by friction any tipping of the car.
The car will round curves in safety,
and as much as half its entire weight
may be added to one side without dis-
turbing the balance.
Professor Tilden is very proud of
the new purchase, which will be a
valuable addition to the Testing Lab-
oratory, where some original inven-
tions, based on the same principle of
the gyroscope, are being perfected.
One of these is mariner's compass in
which no magnetic needle will be
used: gyrostats will keep the instru-
ment righted. Another invention is
intended to prevent the rolling of
ships in high seas.
CLASSIFIED ADS.
WANTED
Wanted-At once, table waiter and
dishwasher at 311 Thompson. Phone
1198-J.
Wanted-At once; students for dish
washing and table waiting, 1317
Washtenaw. Phone 543-J. 1
Wanted-Student to work one hour
daily for room in private house. Call
or telephone William Howland, 1503
Cambridge Road.
FOR RENT
For Rent-Rooms for summer stu-
dents at Baptist Guild House, 503
Huron street, phone Bell 1028. 1, 2, 3.
For Rent-Front suite, second floor;
one block from campus; reason-
able; 1118 South University, cor.
Church, phone 1070-J.
LOST
Lost-A pearl set creecent on the cam-
pus, July 1st. Reward if returned
to 725 S. 12th street.

U. OF M. AND HURON RIVER BOAT LIVERY, Paul 6. Tessmer, Prop., Ann Arbor, Mich,
Polhemus Transfer Line JW. Arnold. Vice-Pxs.. ohn altz. Cash'r
Stark & Richie Props. State Savings Bank
Taxicab and Automobile Service. Fusses, ANN ARBOR, CH.
Hacks and Baggage
Canoes Delivoered Capitol Stock - - .$50,000.00
207 N. Males St. rPhones 15 Surllus and Profits - - $75000.00
rga
S S o 5cm 0C
De L s x Recitals
COMPLETE CHANGE OF PROGRAM DAILY
Continuous from 7 p. m. to 10 p. rn,
WED. 4 o'clock
The latest and greatest productions of the
motion picture world are seen here daily.
Positively the C OOLE S T
place in town. A large thea-
tre---perfect ventilation
UNIVERSITY PHARMACY "ouldi & Telephone us Bell 41; Home 7490blue
1219 S. University Ave. We deliver ice cream every day In
toe Cream Sodoas summer School Supplie the week
Perfumes, Toilet Soaps & Toilet Articles
Prescriptions our specialty We insist on satislying
CALKINS' o*d Soda Water
trans' Candies
324 S. State St.

Summer Homes in Ann Arbor
on Bluffs overlooking Huron River
Secluded, quiet and within walking distance of the University. Lots cheap as anywhere. Woods and
boating, too. Inquire JAMES . McDONALD. Ford Bldg; Detroit. He will tell you how to walk out and
see them. :

MISCELLANEOUS
Any summer student who wishes a
good $40.00 canoe for $25.00, address
J. H., care of Wolverine, Press Bldg.
Auto for hire. 1078-L. 5-11.
Spend Saturday at Whitmore Lake
and dance the evening away at the
Lake House. 30 cents round trip from
Ann Arbor.
TEACHERS' TESTIMONIALS.
Have them neatly copied on the
typewriter promptly and at moderate
rates at the
School of Shorthand,
711 N. Univ. Ave.
Best work in the city. 5-8.

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KEEP COOL
in our comfortable and easy-fitting light-
weight garments that we tailor beyond com-
parison ins tyle sod fit.
For the younger sot, a r ws s gr air, imparted
by sn artfsl dsh of Now Yorkisboess heore
sod there.
For the man of sober taste, simplicity with-
out severity, fashion without freakishness.
Our craftsmen tailor garments to drape
perfectly. Our fabrics look well and wear
well
Our prices are easy of reach.
J. KARL MALCOLM
604 East Liberty St.

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LYNDON, PHOTOGRAP H EiR
Ann Arbor's Headquarters for Kodaks, Cameras and Photo Supplies
I make a specialty of Developing, Printing and Enlarging for Amateurs-by modern
methods. This has been my business for eight years and it has increased every day--only results
will do this and so whenever you want anything photographic look for the sign of the kodak-
that's where things move.
L Y N DON

719 North University

Kodaks for Rent, 10c per day

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