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July 25, 1912 - Image 2

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The Wolverine, 1912-07-25

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TIIE WOLVERINE

THE.WOLVERINE
iS01Vf Published Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday afternoons by the students
of the University of Michigan summer
session.
Communications will be printed only
when signed, although writer's name
will 'be withheld on request. Notices
pertaining to university affairs will be
printed once gratis.
Address-The Wolverine, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street, Ann Arbor, Mich.
Office Hours-2:00 to 4:30 p. in., daily.
-S I Phones, 960.
P L A C E Subscription Rates-Local, seventy-
116 S. Main Bell Phone 166 five cents for the summer; mailed to
any address for one dollar.

UNION TABODES
TURKEY TROT'
Ifecent Criticism o Garden Party
"apses Authorities to Take
Stringent Action,
Waltzes and two-steps may be the
full quota of permitted steps at the
Michigan Union dances hereafter as
the result of recent criticism of the
questionable dancing at last week's
party. If the dances cannot be kept
thoroughly respectable, the author-
ities say, the parties will be abol-
ished altogether. At future dances,

Advertising Rates--Fuirnished upon none of the "rough" dancing will be
A LV MN I application to the Business Manager. permitted; and chaperons will be en-
dowed with full authority, which they
Subscriptions taken at Quarry's, will be expected to exercise if neces-
If your shoes get out Cushing's, and Student Supply Store. sary, to put off the floor any who en-
of commission let gage in the tabooed steps.
The official newspaper of the Summer Two chaperons will be chosen by
JOHN H. LAMBERT School. the committee in charge and will re-
JoxhnH.Pyne Rsiness an main through the entire program.
fix them Phone 762-L. _ _ ____
Malcolm McCormick-Asst. Ngr. DRL lLORERtPUBLISHES 1O0K.
613 E. WILLIAMS ST. Phone 357. . E I.
E. R. Burton, Acting Editor. Based on Luther's Use of Early Trans-
lallens of Bible,
copital $100,000.00 Sur plus. $50.000.00 Reporters.
Undivided Profits, $1,00.00
UHE iAdEAD M CHAsICS, BA. K Roscoe Spencer. F. M. Church. Dr. W. W. Florer has just sent to
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK H. P. Scott. Maude Edwards. press the first of a series of mono-
ANN ARBOR, MICH. F. A. McCarthy. R. T. Cook. graphs on Lutser's use ol the early
SafeBankingadCourteousTr eatsentofour C. S. Pryor. K. C. Haven.. erl-
Cuastomers is see Watclh weed' versions of the Bible. Br. Florer col-
3 per cent interest in our savings department C. S. Fliedner. Josephine Fellows. lected his material at the library of
Earl Crossman. J. P. Thomas. the Notre Dame University, his book
Do you want a position? DD you want a better position? being the result of a comparison be-
We may have just the place you are looking for. Let tween the 1413 version and the 1522
aa knew yaur wade; Thee lel aa have yaur applicalian Septemberbibel. It throws additional
The Cibb Teachers' Agency, light upon Luther's use of the Ger-
175 Westminster Ave, THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1912. man and upon the early German ver-
Detroit, MICH. sion, and moore especially upon his
FOREIGNSUDETS____HO___mastery of the German language. It
"OREl;N STUIENT '10 HOLi) also treats of Luther's use of the New
DAVIS{& DeieFeR__ L 'E'EPTION Testament in the Gree_' before he on-
OHLINGER D s- . dertook the translation of the Bible.
Made All foreign students and members of Fromn these versions it is very easy to
the Cosmopolitan club are invited to work out in German his Harmony of
When attend a reception to be held Satur- the Gostels, his conception of the
day evening, when plans will be laid teaching of Christ, and of the Christian
Promised foaseiofscaofaith. The fact that Luther was ac-
for a series of social occasions during quainted with both old and new testa-
the remainder of the summer, The ments explaihs in part the remarkable:
place of this week's gathering has not aspects of his work.
109 been determined; but all who can at- At the close of the summer session
E. WagshlngtonT
tend are urged to communicate with Dr. Florer Neill go to Notre Dame for
PRINTING I Bell 432 - J further studi's upon two other books
Juan Bonilla, ' 13 M, 1522 Geddes which he has well under way.
avenue (telephone 1594-J), who cans
tell them more definitely about the
H uston B ros. arrangements. It is expected that
Bilirdlos i te Prof. J.A. B ildner, recently ap- ' F U L L E R &
The Finest Billiard Room in the State pointed chairman of the foreign stu-
Cigars and Candies dents' advisors, will address the club 610 E. William St.
"We try to treat you right" and its guests at this time.

MOTION PICTURES
EXTRA
Temple Theatre
SPECIAL FEATURES
Tuesday, July 30
PATHE WEEKLY
THREE REEL FEATURE
Afternoon and Evening
Admission - - -5 cents to all
TEMPLE THEATRE
MAIN STREET
Between Wiiamns & Liberty
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Maynard St Albert A. Stanley, Director
Summer Session
Eight Weeks All Branches
Full Semester will begin September
:: 30 Artist Teachers :: ::
Sendforilsstratedcatalog
Charles A. Sink, Sec.
The place we all go to when in Detroit
Popular priced dining room
LIBRARY PARK HOTEL;
A. E. Hamilton, Mngr.
European Plan 7ac tot$2.00per day
Cratiot Ave. and Library Ave.,
DETROIT, MICH.
Big Reduction on
Hammocks
-and-
Hose
Come in and get our prices
H. L. Switzer Co.
Hardware and Sporting Coad
31O S. State St.

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Text Books
FOR
SUMMER SCHOOL
Great quantilics of Second-
Hand B( oks at prices that
will save money.
Ellgiiieers' Supplies
FOUNTAIN PENS
BLANK BOOKS
STATIONERY, ETCe
WA HR'S
University Bookstore
Univel sal Dry & Steam
Cleaning Works
In a new Fira Proof B d. and
with the la test Modern vachin-
cry.
We are in a nsrsicio~s to dco all
all kinssof clearing: As1xdies
fancy dresses, suits, shirt waists,
sl ispers, gloves, etc. Also gentle-
mens clothing of all kinds. All
sork guaranteed. We call for
and deliver.
T. E. Wahl, Mngr.
Bell Phone 877 1119 Packard St.
The Kemupt Music Studios
Piano Pipe ordwmna
Vole. CeC ture
312 S.Division St. Phone 10726J

O'CONNOR Steam and French
Dry Cleaners

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Suits Pressed 25a

Trousers 1c I

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This Way, You Summer Students--
Come areund Icr a LUNCH that is a LUNCH
..S.Corner of Monroe and
BANCR' Thayer Streets
A Full Line of Tobacoo and Cigarettes High Grade Confections and Fruit

ENGRAVING

1

Hear Ye, Hear Ye,
Hear Ye
Citizens of Ann Arbor-Students
of the U. oflM.
Now Comes the
SUGAR BOWL
is thcs city of Ass Arbor ofc1555 S. Main
St. asd alleges that tice said SUGAR
BOWL is ready, able acid willicig to
serve better cream and sweeter candies
with prompter service than any other
similar confectionary in this city. And
this they are willing to leave to the
country.
Phone 967

O. H. WILD CO.
311 S. STATE STREET
Carry the Largest Line of Wool-
ens in the city. Satisfaction guar-
anteed. We cater to those who
want the best.
SUM11ER STYLES
a specialty
Established 1$$
All work made in this city.
G. HT WILD CO
311 S. STATE STREET On

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the leading brands of secial Stationery and will
save you money on pound lots or more. We'll
gladly send you samples of paper and type faces.
Write-or stop in and see us when in Detroit.
GREGORY, MAYER & THOM CO.
Printers-Stationers-Office Outfitters-Engravers--
Embossers.

WOODWARD & CONGRESS,

DETROIT, MICHIGAN

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