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The Wolverine, 1912-07-16

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THE WOLVERINE

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WHITE STAR LINE wHA~IEBTDETROIT o,
For a Delighetful all Day Outing an the beautiful St. Clair Rivsr
take thmetemer"T' folo" any mornitng y:0,Sundays yna. Fare
returneing sae d ay: Port Hunst$5.00; Platser atshmo Par sk,
50taets; orTldo and ryturse amer"Owna"leasunsDIetroit
evyeryeedy 8:15 att., svory Sunday 80a;m.,seesturttotDeIt-
troit 7:15p.m.; fareSundayt5, wekls$..
For an Afternoon Ride to St. Clalr Flat s tsss oPar-k ar Port
Heeturon wy porttslteksthe "City oenSTlaledoa' eelop.m.

Sandusky-Cedar Point
Daylight Trips to Cleveland $1.25
Steamer "Put-in-Bay" (New)S, Four thotsanad paseerr
capacity,Lrgednciecdkonthe Lke, Cninuousmuic,
Ocean steamneIcire, Privote portont, Commodioue dicing
oedluchyerooms. Fasttteelside-whel steamenr"Frank E.
Kirby." Doutble daily sec ow nycopraon to Pue-in-Bay
and Ceder Feint--Word-faouseebathing byachrs, hisoriec
caesnd mammotth hotels. Speciol dtri oCedar Point frome
~*Deroievery Sunday during Julyand August. Daily to Clyse-
land 8:30 a., m., via Put-in-Bay, $1.25 eh way. Stemer
"Pee-ic-Boy"'leaeset roit dailyat 8:30 a. tm. Stneenr"rank
E. Kirby"roleae Detroit doily et 5:00 ps.om. Round trip faee
to Pot-ic-Boy, 5B centsoccn wekbdaye; Sundayo755cete.
ASHLEY & DUSTIN STEAMER LINE
O. S. Dustin, G. P. A., Detroit
on p

t1 'ax)Satisfies
There never was a
thirst that Coca-Cola couldn't
satisfy. It goes, straight as an
arrow, to the dry spot.
And hesides this,
- -- ' s - sattsfies to a T the call for something
H purely delicious and deliciously pure-and
THE~3- CTCATCA C . ynu emealn
53DALNA A fCc-oa

M1U[SIC SCHSOOL FACULTY CHANE.'
Several New Pers-on Elected for Cor-
ing Yea.
Several changes have been ru.de in
the faculty of the Shool of Music for
1912-191. Mss Eily Sadlr of the
violinl depatment has resigned, and
her place vil 1ha filled by Mr. An-
thonsy J. Whlituire. Air. Whimire ha
beena a pupil of Wiek, and of fBarman
of Blerlin. Mr. WaY~lter Colby, who has
been stuldying ill Iurope the past year,
has resigned his position as teacher
of Silfeggo, ut will continue his work
in thse physics department of the uni-
versity. Roy Dickinson Welch, Miss
Maude Hagheeg ad Mhiss Frances
Hamilton, all of whom have ees
stuldyiengender Lebinne for the past
two years, will retrts to their posi-
ions in the fall. Mis Florence Pot-
ter has ben granted leave of asence.
aend will spend the next year in Eu-
rople. er work its puhlice school
methods will be taken by Mrs. Lulue
Geddes, formerly supervisor of music
its New Philadelphia, Ohio. Miss
Maude IKicyn aed Mr. Allen A. Dud-
ley, who have een studyng under
Lowe of erlin, will return to their
uork in tile vocal department. Miss
Ethel Stlllrthwaite hau resigned her
position, to accept the position of
supervisor of musie in Mnistee. Mr.
Mihaelangelo Convers, for the past
year a student in the theory depart-
ment, sod formerly a memer of Crea-
tor's and, will have the work in and
intsrunments. Ear Moore, a menber
of last years Michigan Daily sta, and
Mr Rihard Hall, of Detroit, joined
iie faculty last Feruary.
ELIECTIC(AL DEPARTMENT HAS
BIG INREASE IN ATTEND)ANCE.
The electrical engineering depart-
ment has the record of the campus
for increased summer session attend-
ance. Its registration list is more
than ive times that of last year, which
msade tecessary a thirty-five per cent
increase in the numsber of instructors.
Many of the men taking the regular
sumtmer session work are high school
teachers and college instructors work-
ing for major or minor degrees in en-
gineering.
Librarfiansoold Informal Dance.
arbour gynm was the scene last
evening of an informal dance held by
Krida, the club composed of members
of the library staff. About forty
couplles u-rc present. Prof. and Mrs.
T. E. Rankin, Mr. and Mrls. T. W.
Koch, and Mrs. C. F. Rankin were
chaperons. 'Ie" Fisher's orchestra
furnished the music.
Fifty Books Added to Library.
About fifty new huks werer added
to the general library Brin the
montth of June, nost of thm on phil-
osophy, religiotn, and cti..
Spend Saturday at Wiitmora Lake
ansd dance the evening away at the
Lake ouse. 3S cnts rosnd trip from
Ants Arbor. tf
TEACHERS''TESTIMONIALS.
Have them neatly epied on the
typewriter promptly and at moderate
rates at the
School of Shorthand,
711 N. Univ. Ave.
Best work in the city. 5-.

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U. OF M. AND HURON RIVER BOAT LIVERY, Paul 6. Tessmer, Prop., Phome 656

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

DELIGHTFULLY
TON IGHT
Photo plays
De Luxe
CEO. BECKER
TENOR
PROF. FAR R
ORGANIST
JACK STRAW
PIANIST
New show every day
Best Seats 5 & lOc

Poihemus Transfer Line? wes cssl ' C cten, ItJohn I , C'
Stork & Richie Props. State Savings iBank
Tasiceb end Antnomobile Srvice. Btnsen, ANN ARBOR, MIlCH.
tacscaned Baggage
Canons Delivered Capital Stock - - - - $50,000.00
207 N. tMales St. Phones 15 Surplus and Prnfils - - - $75,000.00

Summer Homes in Ann Arbor
on Bluffs overlooking Huron River
Secluded, quieltand within walking distante tf lhe University. Lts cheap as anywhere. Wttiu and
boting, to Inquirt JAMES H. McDONALD. Ford [ldg, Detroit. He sill Itl ytu hoto w alk out and
tee tem.J

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UNIVERSITY A PlAR1MACY Goulding & 'felephone as Bell di6; Iluee740iblat
1219 S. University Ave. We detiver tce croam every dlay in
Icte Cream Soas OSonmer Sebsol Supplies the week
Perfuntes, Toilet Soaps & Toilet Articles
Prescriptiosns oar specialty We insist on satisfying
K S ILMS, PAPER AND
FINIS HINGS AT
KO 0 DA

THE NEW CATALOGUE OF THE
UNIVERSITY OF MICHISAN
is now ready
Complete information concerning seven departments:
Collegiate, Engineering, Medicine,
Law, Pharmacy, Homeopathy,
Dentistry and the Graduate School
and the Summer Session c- ::
Special courses in Foreunry, Newspaper Work, Lanscape Design,
Higher tonuercial Ednctaiun including alway Adinistration and
Insurance, Architecture, Conervation tngineering, Pedagogy (affiliated
will Ann Arbor High School or Observation Study), and a new cotrse
for tose preparing for the scdeniic adminisnration on deparments
an uanitation and public heult.
For Copy of Catalogue, Special Announce-
ment or Individual Information address
S HIRL1EY W. SMITH
Secretary University ANN ARBOR

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KEEP COOL
tn onur eefrtable and esy-fitting tight-
neilghetgarmeets ihaeetlailor brysnd coon-
parisn in style end fic
Fos the younger set, a swagger air, imparted
by en eatful dash sf New Yerbinhnesa bhe
end there.
Peer lbsenman eefsobsr taste, simplictty with-
sat severity, fshiniwthsut freaokishness.
Oar craftsment tailsr tarmentis isdross
perfectly. Deer cebsics taste weltlad weer
well.
Our prices are easy of rech.
J. KARL MALCOLM
604 Ease Liberty Sg.

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LYN DON, PHOTOGRAPH ER
Ann Arbor's Headquarters for Kodaks, Cameras and Photo Supplies
I make a specialty of Developing, Pritnsg anti Enlarging fur Asnateurs-by mnodern
miethods. This has been my busintess for eight years anti it has increased every day--only results
will do this andi so whenever you want anything photographic look for the sign of the kodak--
that's where things move.
LYNDION

1719 North University

Kodaks for R~ent, S0c per day

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