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July 23, 1912 - Image 4

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The Wolverine, 1912-07-23

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Capita] ................ .300,000.00
"uis nel !: V ividetl Profit.. 100,000o0TIE WEATHER
TlsooeCes.. ........... ....3,000,000.00
Transacts a Generel Banking Business _____________
3 ercenttittteretst paid onS aigs Pepo'ats -
Your Iesniness iolicited IFair tonight, and probhly
Chas. 1X. liscocht, Pn(-. Michael J. Fritz, Csh'r Wednesday.
w. D. HarrimanitVi res. Canl F______________.
Ass Cshrb t VO ,, 0'.C' ,r S vngscDep't.
We sell Clothing for men and young
men. Allen's Good Clothes Store,
Cousins & Hall Main Street.tf
FLORISTS Thin Underwear and Hosiery for
Corner of So. University and Twelfth men at Allen's Good Clothaes Store.
Both Phones 115 Maino Street. tI.
O F nthe Moony night with pipe and Velvet
--that's enjoyment enough for some of us.
Velvet tobacco-the finest loaf in the groat tobacco
country-hung in U;t warehouses for over 2 years-a
mellowing process impossible to counterfeit-only iime,
little by little, can change the leaf-eliminate the, harsh-
ness (you call it bite!). Every puff of Velvet takes over
t ~2 years to produce-no won-
der it's good.
Tryit.Aagoelr. '~'

Twenty-eight university students
journeyed to Deroit Friday afternoon
anld after gazing at the varied deco-
rations for t he comitg Cadillaqu,
they cuntered down to the dcks and
took the five o'clock hat for Buffalo.
And now ater spending Saturday and
Sunday at Niagara Falls these afore-
saidl students are ark in our midt
all testifying that the Falls are still
wet and that they ad an enjoyale
as well aa an instructive trip. The
success of this trip is due to Dr. I.
D. Scott of the geology department.
It was through his efforts that the x-
cufrsion was organised and ecause of
his talk eta the rock formations along
the gorge that etabled the students to
"find sermns in stones." The party
returned Monday morning.
V3arious criticistus have been heard
on the campus since the last Ution
datnce onl Friday evening, regarding
fle '3-called new fancy dancing as i-
terpreted by several Ann Arbor young
ladies and ftheir escorts. Some of
tfaose in attendance at the dance are
of fle opinion that the girls little
realized hov ridiculous their ackward,'
hohhitog dancing made thems appear.
Others see it as a sign of the aB rah
elenment, whirls most of thetn may out-
grow; while still others think of the
disgrace which such dancing is sure
to bring sputa the university and the
Union in particular. An alumnus,
taking work in the sunmmer graduate
departmsent, was heard to remark: "I
don't believe the girls realized what
spectacles they were making of them-1
selves by their jerkb and flounders.
They are really more to be pittied
than censured."
Work on New Store House Begin.
The excavation for the newe store'
house hfas been begun at the site in
ff10 rear of the fonmoeopathic Hospital.1
The building will be erected on the
frink of the "cat hole," overlooking'
the new power plant. It is to be two
stories in height, will be of red brick,'
and will have the appearance of a
factory building when completed.
Thoe store house will stand well
back from both Washington and Four-
teenth streets, leaving the more de-
sirable property near them available
for residence purposes.
Home'lea Roosm
Lot--Waterman self-filling fountain
pen. Return to 721 Forest Ave., or
call 526-L. 12-1.
Have the BEST MUSIC ni your owi
homie. The VICTOR VICTROLA furn-
shes the best the country affords. The
Unicersity Music House, Press Build-
ing, Maynard St., Carres a complete
line of umachines and records. 6-1
Aunto for hire. 107-L. 7-11.
Classified Ads., subscriptions taken,
atnd copies of the Wolverine sold at
Cushings. 6-25.
Spend Saturday at Whitmore Lake
and dance the evening away at the
Lake ose. 30 cents round trip frons
Ann Arbor. tf.
Sitting beside sweet K. T.,
Holding her hands was K. C.,
Then he looked in her I's,
But by this time you're Y-
U. C. K. C. loved K. T.-thaen they
lunched after the dance at Tuttles'
338 . State.

Straw Hats of the right kind at the
right prices. Allen's Good Clothes
Store. Main Street. tf.
Misas East, proprietor of the Home
Tea ERonm, 100 East Washington,
wishes to announce to the summer
students and faculty that she is pre-
pared to cater to stuall parties, and
that she serves lunches and dinners
at regular hours. There is no better
service in the city. 109 E. Washing-
ton. Upstairs. 10-15.

T'inker & Company
Furnishers and Hatters to University Men
342 South State Street
Sandusky-Cedar Point
Daylight Trips to Cleveland $1.25
Stenmer "Put-in-Bny" (New)l, Foor thousaod epassgr
cnpacity, Lreset danciogdeck onothe bes, Contossc,
Oceoo steamoet chairt, Prioote potlos, Commoodiousdining
and olunoh rooms. Fost steel side-whteel steoamer"Frank E.
Kirbe." Double daily seroice nows in operatio to Fat-to-Bay
aod Cedor Foist-World-faouos bthinog betsbaitonsc
roves oodeoaothhotest. Special tripsto Cedor Poitfomoo
D ~ EeteoiteverySoodoe doriog Jolyoond Aogost.Dy to Clree
lan $30a, .,vi Pu-i-By,$1.25 sebh eaySteaoer
E. Kirbe" leavestDetroit daile ot 500t p. n. Rouod toep fase
to Pot-inoBoy, 55 cets 00 week doys; Sundays 75 cents.
0.S. Dustia, G. P. A., Detroii
o to-QR
co s4

One ounce bags 5 cents--convenient for cigarette smokers
GRANGER'S Acadenmy of Danrci zig
IKE FISCHERS ORCHESTRA. 50Icetsiper couple.

Spend yout vacation ontheGeaot hLaks,the nest
econoomical and enoyable outing inAmeica
No ntt etowhat point you wonttto go,use D. &C. LieStoemersortiogo
all itmportant parst.
Cotsytservice betwenoDetroitand Buffao, Moy lot to Novetobereltt. Cityeof
DetroitlIII ad Cite of levelan d IIthelargstaide tabsteaoters iotheold,
on th~isdiioioo Jooe I thtolSpteombelt. Daiytservice botweenDtroit
and Clevelood An ll15thbtoDeemtberslot.EDoringeJuly aodAugut twoboats
ouof Detroitand Cleaelaodevery Sturdayoand Soodaynight.
Foue trisweekhisbetweeoToledo, Detroit, MHckbnac setlaod ood waysportt.
BailyevisobetwesnTotedoffs loladoondPutia-fir.
Stpeial SteamerClerelaod to Hockioac Itland, two triptstaeekly, Juoo h5thbto
September 1thstopping onlyat etroit ever' trip and Goder, Oot.,esery
t otber trip.
SpecialiDay Triptetw een Deroiad Clevelosnd,DuringsJuly andAugust
ToesdayWednesa, Thurodayoand Satusday out of Detroit; Mondoy, Wedoet-
day, Thursdaoy ond Friday out oh Cleveland.
RAILROAD TICKETS AVAILABRLE:-Ticketteaoding ohs soy roil lins
between Deirrtand Buffalo and Detroit and Cloeelad owillbe honored foe
transportatioson0. & C. Line Stsoners is either direction.
floond 2 seni states fatIllootrated Pataphlet aod Geaot Lobes Hop.
Addtoost L. C. Letaio, G. P. A., Detroit, Mich.
Philip H. MehtitlosFet. A. A. Scaon, Ceo)'lMor.
' Detroit & Cteveland Navigation Compapy
The Ann Arbor
rFRED C. WEINBERG, Proprietor
9:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M.
For Ladies and Gentlemen. Tuesday and Friday fore-
noons for ladies only.
The Pool is Fed with Cool Spring Water
725 S. Fillh Ave. Phone 996-2 rings

Don'tlet Josh opend it bord-eaned M coiohfor
pooresmokeo,tabile rouensoosFatiomo Cigarettes.
20 for Wihec akg fFtm o
15 cet ecureoaandomefelt colegepeo-
nan cets 1of tA32-olection of ff0.

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