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The Wolverine, 1912-07-09

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THE WOLVERINE

THE WOLVERINE
>sO E Published Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday afternoons by the students
of the University of Michigan summer
session.
'Tf Communications will be printed only
P7J when signed, although writer's name
will be withheld on request. Notices
pertaining to university affairs will be
printed once gratis.
SAddress-The Wolverine, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street, Ann -Arbor, Mich.
Office Hours-2:00 to 4:30 p. m., daily.
T RU BEY'S seventy-
L A C ESubscription Rates-Local, seventy-
L A C E five cents for the summer; mailed to
116 S. Main Bell Phone 166 any address fur one dsllar.
________________________ Advertising Rates-Furnished upon
application to the Business Manager.
The official newspaper of the Summer
School.
If your shoes get out Robert Gillett, Managing Editor.
of commission let John H. Payne, Business Manager.
Phone 762-L.
JOHN i. L AMBERT Asst. Mgr.-Malcolm McCormick.
fix them Phone 357.
613 E. WILLIAMS ST. Subscriptions taken at Quarry's,
Cushing's, and Student Supply Store.
News Editor-E. R. Burton.
Copital. $100,0O. tSurpl, s.$50.0t0.00
Usaivided Profits, $1,000.00
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK, Reporters.
ANN ARBOR, MICH. Roscoe Spencer. F. M. Church.
SaeBankingandCourteousTreatmetofour cott Maude Edwards.
Customers is our Watch word F. A. McCarthy. R. T. Cook.
3 per centI Interest in cur savings department C. S. Pryor. K. C. Haven.

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Students-Get Together.
The Michigan Union has just fin-
ished a new addition to its house. In
this building there is a good chance
for summer school students to get to-
gether and become acquainted. Al-
though there are comparatively few
students here in the summer it is
equally hard to meet people because
of the largeness of the place.
We hope that the weekly dances
this summer at the Union will be taken
advantage of. We hope studentswill
use the tennis courts. We want your
sojourn with us to be a prosperous
and a happy one; and we feel that it
can be so only by all meeting on a
common "stamping ground."
The Wolverine wishes to
double last year's subscription
list. Already we have a good
start. We intend to divide the
city in districts and ]lave some
live men and women canvass
these districts, A liberal com-
mission will be paid and a prize
to the two highest in the list at
end of the week.
Every summer student and
faculty member should read the
accounts of the lectures they are
unable to attend.
Office hours from 1 to 4 p. m.
daily.
"Cork" Riordan Says "So Long."
"Cork" Riordan, '12, last year's edi-
tor of The Gargoyle, and co-author of
"The CrimsonChest," the Union opera
for 1910, was in Ann Arbor today, to
say his final adieux before departing
for Los Angeles, Cal., where he has
entered a bonding firm. Riordan has
been spending a few days since com-
mencement as the guest of Dr. Francis
Bacon, formerly of the history depart-
ment here, at his home in St. Clair,
Mich.
TEACHERS' TESTIMONIALS.
lave 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.

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.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital. ...$30,000.00
Surplus as' Undivided Pruits.. 10u,0eu.00
esources...............e.es0,u0.0u
Transact a General Banking Business
3 per cent interest paid on Savings Deposits
.Yuor Bnsiness 'Solicited
Chas. R. Hiscock, Pres. Michael J. Fritz, Csh'r
w. D. Harriman. Vice Pres. Carl F. Braun.
Ass. Csh'r m.Walz,Assch'r SavingsDep't.
Cousins & Hall
FLORISTS
Corner of So. University nd Twelfth
Both Phones 115
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Maynard St. Albert A. Stanley, Director
Summer Session
Eight Weeks All Branches
Full Senester will begin September
:: 30 Artist Teachers
sendfor illustrated catalog
Charles A. Sink, Sec.
The place we all go to when in Detroit
Popular priced dining room
LIBRARY PARK HOTEL
A. E. Hamilton, Mngr.
European Plan I to $2.00 per day
Cratiot Ave. and Library Ave.,
DETROIT, MICH.
Big Reduction on
Hammocks
-and-
Hose
Come in and get our prices
H. L. Switzer Co.
Hardware and Sporting Coods
310S. State St.

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Text Books#
FOR
SUMMER SCHOOL
Great quantities of Second
Hand Bc oks at prices that
will save money.
Eugiueers' Supplies-
FOUNTAIN PENS
BLANK BOOKS
STATIONERY, ETC.
University Bookstore
Universal Dry & Steam
GIeaninlg Works
In a new Fire Proof B!ds. and
with the latestModern Machin-
ery.
We are in a position to do all
all kinds of cleaning: As ladies
fancy dresses, suits, shirt waists,
slimpers, g'oves, etc. Also gentle-
mens clothing of all kinds. All
work guaranteed. We call for
and deliver.
T. E. Wahl, Mngr.
Bell Phone 877 1119 Packard St.
The Kemupt Music Studios
Plamn Pipe Oru'g
Voin Cealtura
312 S.Division St Shone 106J

C. S. Fliedner. Josephine Fellows.
Do youwania position ? DD you want a better position? Earl Crossman.
We may have just the place you are ooking for. Let
us know your wants; Then let us have your applicaion.
The Cibb Teachers' Agency, E -
175 Westminster Ave,
Detroit, MICH.
TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1912.
DAVIS & i iAttend Lectures,
OHLINGER De s Michigan is fortunate in having so
Made many live and up-to-date men to speak
to her summer school students; and
When 'each person connected with the uni-
If versity should realize that it is a
Promised privilege to attend these lectures. The
duties of a student take him to the
JM class-room; but lectures offer him
entertainment as well as instruction.
109 Certainly, one must be broadened by
E.Washington listening to the results of the exper-
PR INTING Bell 432. J ience of capable men engaged in edu-
-... .. cational fields other than one's own.
The lecture course for this summer is

Straw Hats of the right k
right prices. Allen's Goo
Store. Sain Street.

ind at the
d Clothes

especially attractive, because of the
H uston Bros.diversity of its subjects, and because
of their timeliness also, since many of F U L L E
The Finest Billiard Room in the State the speakers are to deal with matters
Cigars and Candies that have not yet been written about 610 E. William St.
"We try to treat you right" in any formal ay.

R & ' Steam and French
Dry Cleaners
Suits Pressed 25c Trousers 1 Oc

Ghe MICHIGAN ALVMNUS
Subscribe now and become a member thereby of
The University of Michigan
Alumni Association
Some facts :
Q The Alumnus is the largest college monthly in the country. Q It contains the latest news
about the University, and editorial con ment on important events Q It contains personal items
concerning members of ;our class every month. Q A volume of the Alumnus contains the history
of the University for the year. Q It publishes a series of well chosen pictures e ery month.
$1.50 year

This Way, You Summer Students--
Cone around fur a LUNCH that is e LURCH
BAiRF nS CornerofMnead
BANCUiI Thaayer trehet
A Full Line of Tobacco and Cigarettes High Crade Confections and Fruit
ENU RAVI NG!
Programs, Invitations, Callirg Cards, etc., en-
graved for you quickly and correctly. We have
the leading brands of sccial Staticerery and will
save you money on pound lots or more. We'll
gladly send yeu 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

Hear Ye, Hear Ye,
Hear Ye
Citizens of AnnArbor-Students
of thse U. oe M.
Now Comes the
SUGAR BOWL
in the city of Ass Aches of 100 S. Mas
St.and alleges that the said SUGAR
BOWL us ready, able and will1g to
serve better cream and sweetercandies
with prompter service than any other
similar confectionary in this city. And
this they are willing to leave to the
country.
Phone 967

G. H. WILD CO.
311 S. STATE STREET
Carry the Largest line of Wool-
ens in the city. Satisfaction guar-
anteed. We cater to those who
want the best.
SUM11ER STYLES
a specialty
Established 181
All work made in this city.
G. H. WILD CO
31t S. STATE STREET

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,ENGRAVERS
The ,Gar' yle
-r
AN-ARBOR
I COLLEGE
WORK
Ia~ilusTri&I Order
OURNAL BUILDING
= DETROIT MICHi.

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