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July 09, 1912 - Image 4

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The Wolverine, 1912-07-09

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THE WOLVERINE-

THE WEATHIER
Unsettled, probably thunder-
storms tonight or Wednesday.
TEACIIE1S-BE IN IT
By learning to operate the typewvriter
correctly and rapidly. Foil course on-
ly $5.00.
School of Shorthand,
5-8. 751 N. Univ. Ave.
Thin Underwear and Hosiery for
men at Allen's Good Clothes Store.
Halo Street.

Have the BEST MUSIC ni your own INEW YORK CLUB WILL HOLDI
home. The VICTOR VICTROLA tfurn- SUM.WIER PARTY lOMORIIOW.
ishes the best the country affords. The ',--
University Music House, Press Build- The University of Michsigan Clubo
inMaynard St., Carries a completeI New York has announced through
line01 achies nd ecors. -ittheir tlub publication the "Gotham-
- ___- its," a summer party for tonsorrow af-
Chawley, do tell us where we can ternoon and evening. The Marine
rget some good refreshments. I'm that and Field Club which numbers several
-beastly ot, awfter that lawst, dance, Michigan men among its members has
y'know that I won't care for another granted the alumni the use o1 its clur,
till I freshen up a bit. house and grounds for the occasion.
Why, I'm going to Tuttles. I've Golf, tennis, croquet and bathing arc
been going there for the last three scheduled for the afternoon, with a
ryears and expect to as long as I'm dinner and dance in the evening.
here. Just around the corner, 338 S.
State. 6-12. PROFESSOERIHUS 'TO0(GIVE
LECTURE ON LUTHElR BURB ANK.

GsRANGER'S Academy of Darici ng
SUM MER.AS SEMIBLIES boglim
FlRIDAY E'VENING, JULY Ifvss
IKE FISCHERS ORCHESTRA. 50 cents per couple.

pritLrgulr ,pdcklhe k[, st -ertttu-
O i irr rbnPi~c ~lei ,SeeduiRVICt
Sa-1~n ndusky-C R'~l~hedarbth,,Point iuri
Dayl it Trtipscto Cee landt $1.2P5t l~u
Staedr.5 t t"t itt-ic-Buyew, 1125ur bou n. pssnrixr
anP l-nchrooms.eat stOee ide-whee sat. teter "Fnk
E.Kirby" Doube dil ricenow int5op.raioto. ut-in-Bay
i,,anP 8:30 , mi, 55aePt in-Bayk $ust5 each.dwau.75eame.
SASHLEY & DUSTIN STEAMER LINE h

Prof. B1. T. A. Hu, of the biology
department, will deliver his illustrat-
ed-lecture "Luther Bsrbank," today
at 5 p. mn. in the west lecture room of
the physics laboratory.
Luther Burbank, ote of the greatest
of horticulturists, is a splendid illus-
tration of what a man of great natural
capability and a love for his chosen
work can accomplish practically un-
aided. Born of poor parents, and em-
ployed for some time at a nursery job,
Burbank in a few years became the
owner o, his. own nursery; ad as
Prof. Bus aims to show in his lec-
ture, it is to the vast scale on which
Burbank, performed his experiments
here, that his success is due.
C('LENBI.
July 9, 5 p. m.-Luther Burbank (il-
lustrated. Dr. . T. A. us.
8 p. in-Causes and Jrevetion of
Insanity. Dr. A. M. Barrett(West
Amphitheatre, Medical Building.
July 10, 5 p. i.-Olympia and the
Great aes (ilustrated. Profes-
sot, M. L. DOoge.
July 11, 5 p. s--A Spanish Journey
(illustrated). Assistant Professor
C. P. Wagner.
8 p. m.-Materialism-The Way u,
Prof. K. E. Guthe (under auspices of
thse Attn Aror- Federation of Relig-
ists Workers. Sarah Caswel An-
cell hall.
July 12, 5 p. m.--Joint lecture-Im-
pressions of the National Conven-
tions at Chitago and Baltimore,
l'rofessors J. S. Reeves and J. H.
Latane.
8 p. m.-Why Teeth Decay; How to
P'revent It (illutrated), ean N. S.
Huff,
Receives Comnnemoration Photos
The business end o The Wolverine
staff was the recipient of a set of
photographs taken of the campus
scenes, parades, and old alunmni dur-
ing commencement, by Spooner &
Wells of Detroit. The same were at
once attached as personalty. These
scenes were featured its The Detroit
Saturday Night of a week ago.
Spooner & Wells have duplicates at
1231 Woodward avenue, Detroit, for
those interested.-1
Classified Ads., subscriptions taken,
and copies of the Wolverie sold at
Cushings. -25.
We sell Clothing for mn and young
men. Allen's Good Clothes Store,
Main Street.
MOTION PICTURES
AM PRACHTIGST EN
Can yu raslte iLe le Tetple hiw yoa
EXTRA
Temple Theatre
Tuesday, July 9h, 1912
Thrilling War Story
The.French Spy
31eeli Complet Sor
Afternoon and Evening
Admission- - - 5 cents to all
TEMPLE THEATRE
MAIN STREET
Betweens Willits & Liberty

r

Bell Phone
165

Home Phone
152 White

Our water softening plant cost us $2,000. It costs on noth-
ing extra tolhav'e all tse advatttage s(f Itt 2](i v cit(AI iin
water soft as tantisvater inistead of distructive acids ard bleachecs.
Thme fittest linigerie waints anid di pase s a il) t(n; 14ck t 10S1oil-ck
ncw. Collars and Cuffs like :non, Try you r tl~iiin our scuds
anid be conivitnced. Mark our tprrksge -While : rsen" a vtd call
or wagon. No extra charge for call or deliveryv.
WHITE.SWAN LAUNDRY

Tinker &Company
Furnishers and Hatters to University Mien
342 South State Street
JUNCTION OF DETROIT & CATHERINE STS. & FOURTH AVE.

THE COAST Il"
, tges tlc r, T

THHE CHAPZ- 0 F CUP3 UMMER SEAS
Spends.yourc 'vaca~o ntGei ct Laesi,thexmst
cnmcl ad enjoyabl e ui ginAmer
WHERE YOU CAB GO
No maitter toswtelepointeyouewant ts go,se 0. t& C. Line teamtersoeprting to
ill.iportanrts.
Daily t-cice bceween Detrit rnd Buciale, May lit ts Noeertehe lit of
Detretit12eed Citecof levland 111,telargcetide heelesteaxersin the'cold,
ontiis iision, June lith s- Scpeukes 10th. Dail5servbete ene,,Otroit
redClevceand Aeil 15th to ecemb~er lit. Durieg Julyand August twoxboati
ruteof Dtroitand Cleccland everyeSatu~lrdaya d ndy ight.
Feourtriswely beteenceToedo, Detreit, Macic Islanrdandwaiy ports.
DailyuseiceetweeneToedo,t4 leelandand Pt-ie-Bay.
Special Stee Cl eed toeMciere Island, two trips eekly, Jue r15th to
Seteme Ohsktoppeingrnly at Detroit everyvtrip ard Goderich, Gnt.,erey
Speial DiyT'ripseteenDetroit and leeland, During ulyiand Augusit
Temday, Wededa, Thursday and Saturdry out of Detroit; MondayWednes-'
dry, Thursday red Friday out cf Cleeland.
RAILROAD TICKETS AVAILABLE:-Tickets reading via any rril line
hbtwen Detreit rnd Buffalo and DeiptroadCleveland 'willbe lhonored for
trrotrertztironen D. & C. Line Iteaesi in either dtrection.
Sed 2lenettam~p orllutrated Paemplet acrcet Laes eMap.
Adetc: L. C. Lewcie, C. P. A., Detroit, Mich.
Philip H. M'cMillan, Pes. A. A. Sc.han,,i Oel Beer
Detroit & Cleeliamld Navi gm'cion Company
The Ann Arbor
FRED C. WEINBERG, Proprietor
OPEN EVERY IDAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
9:00 An M. to 9:00 P. M.
For -Ladies and Gentlemen. Tuesday and Friday fore-
noons for ladies only.'
The Pool is Fed with Cool Spring Water
725 S. Fiftho Ave. Phone 996-2 rings

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