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July 13, 1912 - Image 4

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The Wolverine, 1912-07-13

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THE WOLVsi]RINE

THE WEATHER
Thunder showers this after-
noon and evening; Sunday prob-
ably fair.
TEACHERS-BE IN IT
By learning to operate the typewriter
correctly and rapidly. Full course on-
ly $5.00.
School of Shorthand,
5-8. 711 N. Univ. Ave.

Have the BEST MUSIC ni your own
home. The VICTOR VICTROLA furn-
ishes the best the country affords. The
University Music House, Press Build-
ing, Maynard St., Carries a complete
line of machines and records. 6-11
Chawley, do tell us where we can
get some good refreshments. I'm that
beastly ot, awfter that lawst, dance,
y'know that I won't care for another
till I freshen up a bit.
Why, I'm going to Tuttles. I've
been going there for the last three
years and expect to as long as I'm
here. Just around the corner, 338 S.
State. 6-12.

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GRANGER'S Academy of Dancing
SVM MER. AS SE MB LIES b e i
FmAY EvNN(", JULY 12TII
IlKE FISCHERS ORCHESTRA. 50 cents per couple.

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Overstock Sale of Men's Oxfords
at "PURFIELD'S"
For TWO WEEKS ONLY
Sale begins Sat., July 13
Sale ends Sat., July 27
Come and see our prices-and rememb-
er the reputation we have for quality.
If you knew, as we know, that shoes will
never be so cheap again, as tl:ey have been (or as
good at the same price.) you would buy several
pairs at these prices.
We re-sole "DPURFIEL D "Fine line of
rubber-soled l Hosiery for
oxfords 119 S. Main Street men & women
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BEQUESTS MADE TO UNIVERSITY.
Three Graduates Leave Money to Aid
Deserving Students.
President Hutchins has just receiv-
ed notice of two bequests to the uni-
versity from former students. Jo-
seph Bartholomew has bequeathed his
estate for use in the educating of poor
but worthy students, according to per
tain provisions of the will. By these
provisions a classical fellowship is
really established, to be administered
by the dean of the literary depart-
ment and the professors of Latin,
Greek, and English literature. The
other bequest amounts to about $5,000.
and comes from the estate of Miss
Lelia Coolidge, a student in the liter-
ary department from 1893 to 1896. It
is to be used in the maintenance of
free beds in the University hospital.
Another bequest comes from Mr. J.
A. Boyer, president of the Burroughs
Adding Machine Co. Mr. Boyer has
again shown his interest in the course
in transportation given by Prof. H. C.
Adams, by contributing $1,000 for the
expenses incident thereto.
Prof. and Mrs. Lombard Entertain
Prof. and Mrs. W P. Lombard, 804
Oxford Road, entertained last evening
at an informal porch party the mem-
bers of the hospitality committee for
commemoration week. Among those
present were Professors and Mes-
dames M. P. Tilley, F. G. Novy, Evans
Holbrook, H. P. Thieme, C. P. Wag-
ner, W. W. Florer, H. A. Kenyon, L.
D. Karpinski, and President and Mrs.
H. B. Hutchins.
CALENDAR. .1
July 15-Lecture-"The Public, the
Courts, and the Common Carrier,"
Prof. E. C. Goddard. 5 p. m.
July 16-Lecture-"The Commission
Form of Government (illustrated),
Prof. J. S. Reeves. 5 p. m.
Lecture-"Hygiene of the Eye (west
amphitheater) Dr. W. R. Parker.
8 p. m.
Concert--By the Faculty of the
School of Music (high school audi-
torium). Admission free. 8 p. m.
Classified Ads., subscriptions taken,
and copies of the Wolverine sold at
Cushings. 6-25.
We sell Clothing for men and young
men. Allen's Good Clothes Store,
Main Street, tf.
Thin Underwear and Hosiery for
men at Allen's Good Clothes Store.
Main Street. tf.
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. -8.
Straw Hats of the right kind at the
right prices. Allen's Good Clothes
Store. Main Street, tf.
MOTION PICTURES
EXTRA
Temple Theatre

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

Bell Phone
165

Home Phone
152 White

Our water softening plant cost us $2,060. It costs you noth-
ing extra to have all the advantage of laundry work done in
water soit as rain water instead of distructive acids and beaches.
The finest lingerie waists and dresseswillcome back 10 o3onlike
new. Collars and Cuffs like snow. Try your duds in our suds
and be convinged. Mark your package "White Swan" and call
our wagon. No extra charge for call or delivery.
WHITE SWAN LAUNDRY

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THE CHARMS OF OUR SUMMER SEAS
Spend your vacation on the Great Lakes, the most
economicrad noaltle outinginAmerica
WHEE YOU CAN GO
No matter to what point you want to go, use D,& C. Line Steamersoperating to
alimptotantt pots.
Daily sertice betweenDetroit and Buffalo, mayI ist to November 1st. City of
Detroit III and City of Clevelanad !l, the la' ,st side wheel steamers in the world,
on this division Jtne 10th to etember l0i. Daily service between Detroit
and Cleveland Aril 15th to December 1st. Durinv July and August two boats
cut of troit and ClevelandevdrydSaturday a y n tay nyigyt.
Four trips eel bt, vantToled,Dtrit, Ilscti--c Ilancd waywpots.
Daily service between T(ledo, (eveland and Put-in-tay.
Special Steamer Clevc'aid to Mikinac Island, two t etPs weekly, June 15th to
September 10th storpinsonlyat isi eey trip and Goderich, Ont., every
ethertriip.
Special Day Trips betreen Detroit and Cleveland, During July and August
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday out of Deroit; Morday,Wednes-
day, Thursday and Friday out of Cleveland.
RAILROAD TICKETS AVAILAt8LF:-Tickets reading via any rail line
betweenDetroit and Euffalo and Detroit and Cleveland will be honored for
transortation cc D. & C. Lice SLe-ccrcis either direciecon
Send 2tetnst rp lrllustratetcd Pacphletandc eatLakes Map.
Address: L. G. Lewis, G. P. A., Detroit, Mich.
Philip H. McMillan, Pres. A. A. Schantz, Gen' Mgr.
Detroit & Cleveland Navig.t.ion Company
The Ann Arbor
Pool

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SPECIAL FEATURES
Tuesday include
Pathe Weekly

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Leaving for the ffolidayi
The trip is often long. You'll relieve
your monotony with Fatima Cigarettes.
20 With each package of Fatima you
2 for get a pennant coupon, 25 of wich
eu ahn dodfelcollege.
15 cents cncltlI(2l-sleclss eff Ott0

Afternoon and Evening
Admission - - . 5 cents to all
TEMPLE THEATRE
MAIN STREET
Between Wiluams a Liberty

FRED C. WEINBERG, Proprietor
OPEN EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
9:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M.
For Ladies and Gentlemen. Tuesday and Friday fore-
noons for ladies only.
The Poolis Fed with Cool Spring Water
725 S. Fif lth Ave. Phone 996-2 rings

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