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The Wolverine, 1912-07-13

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THE WOLVERINE

WHITE STAR LINE WlnIA OT DR O
71 ~Fr a Dlihtul all Day oting oss th beatsifuslSi. Clair Ri
ake t~ thstemer i'tsti.,,tany morns'ting 33oSte a.. q-FrtrnnSat v r uon$ o tsstlys in .,
Nj t isstt 715 i lty ittel x . S tin Stweek esths i
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= y _Isv sluro w y pts tasketie"City o 'Tedo".at'i?.3oyp.mt.
IN=DOOR GARDEN
Playing
High Class Vaudeville
-AND-=
Superior Photoplays
3 shows nightly - 7 to 10:30
Matinees Wednesday,
and Saturday
Summnrer rices
All Seats... ..
Entire Change of P iogramn
Monday, Wednresday and Friday
wa6 heo f wyisv yas rbtteo
survanished thirt- cool br,,.y ac a refreshed one; the
I1] deally dehecis-pea s p i at i y c" ad sparkling as frst.
51- z 1 he icmi ac a .iitttcy - Ainethsee ik
THE COCA-COLA ; O, Ni rcaN.A d GA, e1 cctk
THE NEW CATALOGUE OF THE
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
is no~v ready

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EXPLAIN WORKIINGS
OF' STEAM-ROLLEL
(Continued ram page 1.)
of view of iis personal experiences
as an acting delegate dring the grat-
er part of the sessian.
"The night befre the cnvenin
began," hie said, "Baltinre was the
center at intense excitement. I was
sooin clear that te professional politi-
cians were all against Wilson; and
the fanny part of it was that there
was seemingly no Champ Clark seni-
ment."
"It was thought that Wilson had
killed iis chances y falling iii with
the Bryan movement against Parker,
hut the Wilson leaders seemed to e
doing no worrying. Yet a numer of
Wilson men were so afraid that Mr.
Bryan was simply wrkimng for Iis
own nomination that they voted
against him for temporary Chairman.
"The mst thrilling scene of the
whle convention centered sout the
noaw famous anti-Wall Street resolu-
tions offered y Mr. Bryan. After the
reading of these, the gathering seemed
stunned for a momnet, then a hundred
men jumped to their feet and a grea
demonsration for Mr. Bryan broke
out.
"Ga. Wilson owes his nomniatio
to two things. In the first place, the
adjournment over Sunday enabled the
delegates to hear from their constitu-
ents and to read the home paper.
Telegrams favoring Mr. Wilson came
in, signed by forty and fifty names.
When we met again on Monday, the
Clark men held for a time, bti on
Tuesday the end came,
"Mr. tBryans is the second reason.
I never believed that I, a Gold Demo-
crat, would ever stand on my chair,
cheer, and throw my hat in the air
for Bryan; bu that is what I dii re-
peatedly during that sesso."
SPANIARDIS ARE CHARMRINGI
AND SYMIPATHIETIC PEOPLE,
"The Spaniards are a charming anda
sympathetic people," said Prof. C. P.
Wagner, in his lecture Thursday af-
ternoon. Shortly after the Spanish-
American war, the Iprofessor lived for ti
nearly twa years in Madrid, but never
experienced the slightest unpleasant
ness. Although e found the peope
there to be provincial and unsophisti-
cated, they proved to be also very de-
lightfil.
"A Spanish Journey" was the subject
of the lecture, and Prof. Wagner's re-
marks were based n a trip he took
last year. He brightened the descrip-
tions of his views by many little per-
sonal touches, which made them dub-
y interesting to the large audience
present.
Spend Saturday at Whitmre Lake
and dance the evening away at the
Lake House. 30 ents round trip from
Ann Arbor. tf.
TEACHERS' TESTIMONIALS.
Have them neatly copied n the
typewriter promptly and at moderate
rates at the
School of Shorthand,
711 N. Univ. Ave.
Beef work in the city. 5-.
For Sie-Two soft wood book
shelves; one hardwood book shelf;
three tables; three bedsteads,
spring and mattress; four woden
chairs. Very cheap. Phone 84-L.

U. OE M.AND HURON RIVER [BzOAT IV reRY 6.Pale fstfe, Prop, Phoine 656
Poihemus Trant< s x Ln i a t, r.i1e Pe.itlh Nrlz\Cs'
Stark & Riehts Preps. s dtat S vings Bank
Taxiiab and tAitsoiitSie . lmsi ! AP-'N ARBfORt,MICH.
siacks ast tIatge I
Carnoes Delivsed ts t cktt - - - - $50,000.00
207 N. Main St. Phoses15ass SaplitsendPtsliis - - - $75,000.00

Big Shoe

ac

AT
E. Ro FROST
302 S. STATE
~W~eV' ro

DELIGHTFULLY
TON IGHT
CEO. BECKER
TENOR
PRO. FAR R
ORGANIST
JACK STRAW
PIANIST

New show every day
'son savt-tensy t~y getl ts-youtr slies
it Frost's Shoe Store all New Goods;
at Reduced Prices. esat Seats 5 & 10C
Tennis Goods of All1 Styies _____________
Summer I g c illAnn Arbor
on Bluffs overioo kin Huron River
Seciled, qitaid wilhin walking ld l i lsta f te isity. Liii chiap as anywhere. Wills aid
boating, lii. Inqire JIMES N. IskDlNAtI. Find I s.Oetrolt. He sill tell yit how to Walk oui and
see lies.
UNIVERSITY PHARMACY Goulding &, 'PTielepon sell 416iai; ttste itli lue
1218. Uierity Ave. We delivser ee ream every day in
Ice rea Sods SmmerSO ool uppiesthe week
Perfstnies, 'Toilet Soa ps '1' iltt-NArticlei
Prescription.. s rsteisity We Insist on satisfying
r y s, FILMS, PAPER AND
FINISlHIN1GS AT
CALKINS AST.

KEEP COOL-
wei'ghtgrmenetstlttwe tattiorhe:'iitco it-
parisonsinissty le anetfit.
Fo'r te yssaessset. a'sc.er -r. i' it
bty asn arstflsshi of Nt-s v Yrti-isus'.heI
anid titere.
eat severitfshion wltithuttttttit-'tt:it--.s.
pert'lyt. Otis f-trics toot tall at-i at
well.
Oss resare etsc iy of ict I.
J. KARL MALCOLM
604 East Liberty St.

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Collegiate, Engineering, Medicine,
Law, Pharmacy, Homeopathy,
Dentistry and the Graduate School
and the Summer Session :- ::
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far these preparing tar the scientific administration if departments
If sanifation and public health.
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ment or Individual Information address
SHIRLEY .SMITH
Secretary University ANN ARBOR

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