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of the University of Michigan summer
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ANN ARBOR, MICH. C. S. Fliedner. Josephine Fellows.
Safe BankingandCourteosTreatment of our Earl Crossman. J. P. Thomas.
Customers isseeur Watch word
3 per cent interest in our savings department
Do you want a position? DD you want a better position?
We may have just the place you are looking for. Let
us know your wants; Then let us have your application. SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1912.
The Cibb Teachers' Agency,
175 Westminster Ave, STAFF MEETING.
Detroit, MICH. Inmportagit staff neeting, Monday at
12:30. All members of the staff and
DAVIS& .tryouts 1a11st be present.
OHL INGER Delieries Robert Morris Gillett.
Made The members of The Wolverine
staff wish to express to the parents of
When our editor their heart felt sympathy in
this dark hour. Robert Gillett, while
Promised so the midst of his preparation for
life's work is taken from us. He was
in the perfect bloom of early manhood.
With noble ideals and joyous energies
109 of youth, he could well look forward
E.Washington to a higher career. But, within a few
PRINTING Bell 432. .J days, the voice that all must answer,
called; and he is gone.
Philosophers find consolation in the
thought of early dissolution. It is to
H iusto n B ros. "scape as from some savage monster,
the tumult arid the shouting, the fever,j
The Finest Bil~lard Room in the State and tie strife.
Cigars and Candies But better it is to run the race,
"We try to treat you right" hero the imniortal garland is to be
won, not without dust and heat. And
such would have been the choice of
Robert Gillett. He was generous and
noble. His soul was-filled with sweet-
ness and light.
We cannot tell why death should
take one so young, so full of promise,
so loved by all. But it is God's de-
cree. The longest life is but a sink-
ing wave upon the waste of immeasur-
able waters, and the most joyous life
a tragedy too deep for tears, if death
Let us not believe that death is an
eternal sleep, but rather with the
English poet, feel that
"Burning through the inmost Veil of
The Soul of Adronias, like a star,
Beckons from the abode where the
The Wolverine needs more re-
porters. If you have had any previous
newspaper experience, or have any
desire to get some, call at the editor-
ial office, Press Building, Monday at
12:30, and get an assignment. Both
men and women are eligible.
OBSERVATORY OPEN NEXT
MONDAY AND TUESDAY NIGHT.
The Astronomical Observatory will
be open to visiters on Monday and
Tuesday evenings at 8 p. m. All who
cars to take a "peep" at the moon
through the big twelve-inchrefract-
ing telescope, are given this oppor-
tunity of doing so. Tickets may be
obtained at the office of the Secretary
of the summer session between the
hours of 2 and 4, upon presentation of
the treasurer's receipt. Those ex-
pecting to attend are urged to ob-
tain their tickets early, as last year
a number were disappointed, in not
being able to secure them.
Death of Judge H. M. Owen, '81, L '83.
Judge Horace M. Oren, '81, law '83,
died at the Battle Creek sanitarium,
Thursday night, of an affection of the
heart. Judge Oren served as attorney-
general of Michigan from 1899 to 1902,
and at the time of his death was judge
of the eleventh judicial circuit.
Union Gives Successful Party.
About sixty couples attended the
Union garden party and dance last
evening. These occasions seem to be
becoming more and more popular with
the summer students.
Tuesday, July 23
THREE REEL FEATURE
Afternoon and Evening
Admission - - - 5 cents to all
Between Williams & Liberty
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Maynard St. Albert A. Stanley, Director
Eight Weeks All Branches
Full Semester will begin September
..30 Artist Teachers :
Send for ilustrated catalog
Charles A. Sink, Seo.
The place we all go to when in Detroit
Popular priced dining room
LIBRARY PARK HOTEL
A. E. Hamilton, Mngr.
European Plan 75c to $2.00 per day
Cratiot Ave. and Library Ave.,
Big Reduction on
Come in and get our prices
H. L. Sitzer Co.
Hardwae and Sporing.Goeds
3105S. State St..
Great quantities of Second-
Hand Bcoks 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,
slippers, gloves, etc. Also gentle-
'mono clothing of all kinds. All
work guaranteed. We call for
T. E. Wahl, Mngr.
Bell Phone 877 1119 Packard St.
The Kempf Music Studios
Plans P pe O.-gw.m
V-a - Cvtar-
3102 S.nivision St. Phosne us7s J
FULLER & O'CONNOR Steam and French
610 E. William St. Suits Pressed 250 Trousers' 1Oc
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Come around for a LUNCH that is a LUNCH
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Hear Ye, Hear Ye,
Citizens at Ann Arbor-Students
of the U. ofM.
Now Coses the
in the city o Ass Arbor sf 109 Slats
St. and alleges that the saidi SUGAR
BOWL is ready, able and willingto i
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