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The Wolverine, 1912-07-09

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THE WOLVERINE

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WHITE STAR LINE wHARF FOOT OF OGRISWOLD
For a Delightful all Day Outing on the beautiful St. Clair River
takethe"steater"Tahito"anymorning8:3o,Sundays oo. Fare
rturntitng tootlay: Port Hiuon $i.oo,; Flats or TashuatoPark,
50 cents;or Toledo and return,steamer"Owana" leaves Detroit
eery wkdaya sua a.,yvery Sunday 8 a.m., returns to De-
trAoit7AP.Mot. tet"daysoc,"ee tk.days$i.o.o.
Fur an Afternoun Ride to St. Clair Flats, Tashmtoo Paris or Port
° H~~luronowy ports takethe"City of Toledo" at 2:3o p.m.

UNIVERSITY ATHLETES WILL SiArbor
ENTER CADILLAQUA GAMES. u m r H m s n ro
on Bluffs overloaoking Huron River
A number of university athletes who. Secluded, quiet and wilhin walking distance of the University. Lots cheap as anywhere. Woods and
are in summer school will probably go boating, too. Inquire JAMES H. McDONALD. Ford Bldg, Detrolt. He will tell you how to walk out and
to Detroit, July 26, to take part in the see them.
Cadillaqua athletic events to be held

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FAMILY-BIJOB THEATRE
IN=DOOR GARDEN
Playing
High Class Vaudeville
--AND--
Superior Photoplays
3 shows nightly - 7 to 10:30
Matinees Wednesday,
and Saturday
Sumrmer Prices
Entire Change of Program
Monday, Wednesday and Friday

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., Satisfies
There never was a
thirst that Coca-Cola couldn't
satisfy. It goes, straight as an
arrow, to the dry spot.
- And besides this,
satisfies to a T the call for something
purely delicious and deliciously pure-and
wholesome.
Fr ee mc- coinitton us
}a/Chattanooga,fortheasking.en
Deman rnnd the Grniaos mnde bp Whenevr,
THE COCA-COLA CO. ron usr a
53-1 ATLANTA GA. onrft CoCinC

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in Belle Isle. R. P. Blake, '13 E, is
planning to enlist in the quarter, the
half mile, and the hundred, and Isaac
Van Kammen will probably go in for
the pole vault. H. B. Williamson,
13 E, of Detroit, may enter the 100-
yard event.
R. P. Blake has blanks for enlisting
those who desire to enter the games.
Swimmers must enter their names by
the twentieth and entrants in other
events by July 24.
FRIDAY NIGHT LAWN PARTIES
TO BE FEATURE AT THE UNION.
A series of garden parties and dan-
ces will be held at the Michigan Union
every Friday evening from i:30 to 12
for the benefit of the summer students.
Chaperons will be chosen from mem-
bers of the faculty. Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
fred B. Shaw will chaperon this week,
and a charge of fifty cents will be
made. Ike Fisher's band will have
charge of the music.
Walle Merritt Passes Through Town.
Walle W. Merritt, '10-12 L, is in
town for a few days on his way from
Duluth, Minn., where he has been em-
ployed by a law firm, to Cleveland,
Ohio, where a new position awaits him.
Merritt, who left the university a year
ago before taking his law degree, was
president of the Michigan Union, and
prominent in all campus activities.
Davenport Goes to Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
Arthur Davenport, '12 L, last se-
mester's president of the Student
Council, left this morning for Wilkes-
Barre, Pa., where he will open a law
office.
POPULAR MICHIGAN MAN
TO BE MARRIED WEDNESDAY
Albert L. Weeks, '10, present city
editor of the Detroit Morning News,
will be married tomorrow to Miss Vera
Jarvis of Detroit. While at Michigan
Mr. Weeks was an active member of
the Griffins, humor editor of the Gar-
goyle, and a hard worker for the Union
and the Union operas.
Mr. Wees and his bride will take
a short honeymoon trip on the great
lake.
Cutting Engagement Announced.
The engagement of Southard J. Cut-
ting, '06, to Miss Helen Shuman, of
Covington, Ohio, was announced by
Miss Shuman's parents on July 3. Mr.
Cutting is a member of the Delta
Upsilon fraternity. , During the past
three years, he has been located at
Portland, Ore., where he is associated
with one of the large packing houses
of the Pacific coast.
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.

Big Shoe Sale
AT
E. R" FROST
302 S. STATE
rd
You save money by getting your shoes
at Frost's Shoe Store all New Hoods
at Reduced Prices.
Tennis Goods of All Styles

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[U.OF M, AND HURON RIVER BOAT LIVERY, Paul6. Tessmer, Prop, Phome 656
W.JotI' rsidet
Polhemus TransferLine Wm.ArnoldiceP r C.Jobnatz, Casr
Stark & Richie Props. State Savings Bank
Taxicab and Automobile Service. Busses, ANN ARBOR, 1CH.
Hacks and Baggage
Cans Delivered Capital Stsok - - - - $50,000.00
207 N. Male St. Phones 15as Surplus and Prsfitn - - - $75,000.00

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MAJESTIC
DELIGHTFULLY
C00L
TON IGHT
Photoplays
De Luxe
CEO. BECKER
TENOR
P ROF. FAR R
ORGANIST
JACK STRAW
PIANIST
New show every day
Best Seats 5 & 10c

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THE NEW CATALOGUE OF THE
UNIVERSITY OF MICHISAN
is now ready
Complete information oonoerning seven departments
Collegiate, Engineering, Medicine,
Law, Pharmacy, Homeopathy,
Dentistry and the Graduate 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

UNIVERSITY PHARMACY 'ulding'&'" TelephoneusBell416; Homne 749blue
1 at 1 9. University Ave. We deliver See cream every day in
Ice Cream Sodas summer School Supplies the week
Perfumes, Toilet Soaps & Toilet Articles
Prescriptions our specialty We insist on satisfying
FILMS, PAPER AND
FINISHINGS AT
CALKIN AE S.

KEEP COOL
in osr comfortsble asd easy-ftting light
weight garments that we tails, beyond cons-
parison in style and fit.
For the yosnger set, a swagger air, imparted
by an artful dasht of New Yorkisbsess here
and there,
For the man of sober taste, simplicity with-
oat severity.fashbion withoot freakishness.
Our craftsmen toiler garmests to dssap
perfectly. Our fabrics look well and wea
well.
Oar prices are easy of reach.
J. KARL MALCOLM
604 East Liberty St.

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LYNDON, PH OTOGAPH FiR
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.
LYN DO N

719 North University

Kodaks for Rent, 10c per day

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