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THE WOLVERINE which is left is carried to the brick
- square, where the dark brown heap
Published Tuesday, Thursday and is made a little higher. His sons do
Saturday afternoons by the students the sane. It has been so for two
of the University of Michigan summer hundred years, and will continue as
session. long as the Rio Grande shall flow-
Communications will be printed only but that is Mexico.
when signed, although writer's name Tomorrow, if you should chance
will be withheld on request. Notices along North University St., you may
pertaining to university affairs will be notice a pile of stones and rubbish.
printed once gratis. In that rubbish is the pedestal to
what was once a class memorial, and
Address-The Wolverine, Press Bldg., on itis carved, "Class of 1870." In the
Maynard Street, Anos Arbor, Mich. North wing of niversity Hall is a
Office Hours-2:00 to 4:30 p. on., daily. dismantled fountain, and it is marked
Phones, 960 "Class of 1911." It was given on the
Subscription Rates-Local, seventy- express condition that its sparkling
five cents for the summer; mailed to stream should run as long as the Riv-
any address for one dollar. er Ituron flowed.
Advertising Rates-Furnished upon * *
application to the Business Manager.. "Class mates of the class of 2012!
This meeting is called for the express
Subscriptions taken at Quarry's, purpose of deciding on our class nem-
Cushing's, and Student Supply Store. orial, and to levy a tax to pay for the
same. We must not let this ancient
The official newspaper of the Summer tradition fal--- - "Cawpy1 1! !',
S -ool. This is Michigan 1
Robert Gillett, Managing Editor.
John H. Payne, Business Manager. Play Ball!
Phhvlaa onek 62-L. gr 'fle engooneors lhavoe'set toe pace
Phncolm 357. tmo oosst.ogr.e t ooeri 0 astempt to create
Phne35.alittle oexcitomnoot:oand amulsement.
Reporters. Now it's up to the sphere tossers in
Roscoe Spencer. F. M. Church. the other departments to get busy,
organize teams, and answer the engi-
H. P. Scott. Maude Edwards. veers' challenge. If all who want to
oartsR.oTo play will send their names to The
C. S. Pryor. K. C. Htaven.
Wolverine, we will compile lists of
C. S. Flicdncr. Josephine Fcllows. the men in each department, and
Earl Crossman. J. P. Thomas. handle arrangements for the players
to get together, acting as a clearing-
News Editor-E.It. 13111101. 3n o l hl roe
OPEN JULY 15
Have you tried the others, if
you want a good meal Try
Us we serve the best.
TWO MEALS A DAY
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Maynard St Albert A. Stanley, Director
Eight Weeks All Branches
Full Semester will begin September
00.0 30 Artist Teachers ..:-
sendfor tillustrated eatao
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The place we all go to when in Detroit
Popular priced dining room
LIBRARY PARK HOTEL
A. E. Hamilton, Mngr.
European ulan 76c to $2.00 per day
Cratiot Ave. and Library Ave.,
Big Reduction on
Come in and get our prices
H. L. Switzer Co.
Hardware and Sporting Coeds
310 S. State St.
Great quantities of Second-
Hand Beoks at prices that
will save money.
Universal Dry & Steam
In a new Fire Proof Bldg. and
with the latestModern Machin-
We are in a position to do all
all kinds of cleaning: As ladies
fancy dresses, suits, shirt waists,
slitlers, gloves, etc. Also gentle-
mens clothing of all kinds. All
work guaranteed. We call for
T. E. Wahl, Mngr.
Bell Phone 877 1 1 19 Packard St.
The Kempt Music Studios
Peano Pie Orge..n
312 S.Division St. Phonet1076J
THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1912.
In the quaint old town of1 Matan-
oris, just over the line in Mexico, on,
fnds only a faint suggestion of old
Spanish grandeur and the soft odor
of Southern romance among crumb-
ling cathedrals and fragrant mag-
nolias. The "sights" are the arena,
and the old cemetery enclosed by a
high stone wall'-the cemetery, not
unlike our own, save for a long
marble-faced mausoleum full of small
sealed doors, and a grewsome, roof-
less, brick inclosure in the southwest
This mausoleum is where the Mex-
ican peon buries his dead, and where
he too will rest. He places himself
to servitude for life, to accunu-lte
enough centavos to purchase his
father a resting place in perpetuity,
which, in Mexico, is the life, or mem-
ory, of the lessee. And then-that
house ror Lucw1 o e scheme.
PROFISSORS TO LEC''lRE
ON IIE GLMIOU SUII.JI"E'TS.
"Agnosticism--The Way Out," is the
title of Prof. J. A. C. Hildner's lec-
ture to be delivered at Sarah Caswell
Angell Hall tomorrow night. On Fri-
day evening, Prof. R. M. Wenley will
deliver his lecture on "Christianity-
The Way In." These lectures, to-
gether with that of Prof. K. E. Guthe,
on "Materialism-The Way Out," giv-
en last week, form a series which
were delivered under the auspices of
the university Y. M. C. A. two years
ago and published in pamphlet form.
Straw Hats of the right kind at the
right prices. Allen's Good Clothes
Store. Main Street. tf.
The Finest Billiard Room in the State
Cigars and Candies
"We try to treat you right"
FULLER & O'CONNOR Steam and French
610 E. William St. Suits Pressed 25c Trousers 10c
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Come around for a LUNCH that is a LUNCH
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Hear Ye, Hear Ye,
Citizens at AnnArbor-Students
o the U. otM.
Now Comies the
in the city of Ann Arbor of 106 S. Main
St, 'and alleges that sloe sooid SUGAR
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serve better'cream and sweeter candies
w0 tho pompte sscetoaooany oter
similar coonfetioaryionthis c'ty. And
thos they are willing to leave to the
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