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The Wolverine, 1912-07-27

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THE WOLVERINE

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WHITESTARLINEWHARF FOOT OF GRISWOLD
For a Delightful all Day Outing ott the beatttifult St. flair River
take the stoatmer "T'oohio" any5 tosoosg i8:3o, Sundays q950. Fate
returningtsan c loy: Port Htton oOos; Fiats or' 'astttoo ar ttk,
5o cnts; orT ioledo aod retto, steamer s"0Owaua"leavsDtott
eery week day 5.tS a.to.,cevtry Suonday 8:30 a.mt., rturnt'oDe-
stost 7:15 pot.; fatreoSuodays 5oc, week dastoytiso.
For an Afternoon Ride to St. Clair Flats, Tshmtooo Park ot fart
Huonooway ports take the "City of 'Toledo" at 2:30 P.Mt.

JUNCTION OF DETROIT & CATHERINE STS. & FOURTH AVE.

Bell Phone
165

Home Phone
152 White

Our waftr softening plant cost us $2,000. It costs you noth-
ing extrto h Iave all ithe adivattiage of laundry work dlone in
water s It as rain water instead of distractive acids atnd bleaches.
The fittest linagetie waists and di esssmill ccrne Lack to you like
new. -Collars and Cuffs like snow. Try your duds its our suds
and by conivinced. Mark your package "White Swan" attd call
our wa~ow% No exits charge for call or delivery.
WHITE SWAN LAUNDRY

LECTURER TELLS OF'
ENGLAND'S FORESTS
Prfeso tt~tto L~C(iss. Gis Ilic
History OttRol ameiil
DFI NES SE VERIAL.WOOD T'I' 115
"The Royal Forests of Eglatd,"
said Prof. A. L. Cross its Iis lectre ott
tat subject, Thursday aternson,
"wercche sorces of a large icotte,
as well as the scene of the royal
hoits." In 1817 thsiy sect taken from
the king's tdotmsain, antd to replace tat
revensse, ele i;was grantedth ie
civil lists, swhictittltttetl the solris'
of the palace servants.
'he incotme was derived chiefly
frotm the grantitng of ofices its cot-
nectiont withs the cars of the forests.
Men paid for the privilege of hold-
sng these positions, whicis ariest
with thens the appointment of mian
subordinates and thss levying and co-
lections of an elsborate systemo of fines.
If a limbh was roken, or a twig pluck-
ed, there was a fine, sand a separate
oystems of couris lhandled these cases.
Then there were grasnts for mininsg,
setting up line pits, and bsrig
chaycoal. 'olls ott the roads wasanas-
other great avenue of intcone.
Prof. Cross saitd that gresat areas of
theoe tracts were opet. In one forest
there is 1700 acres under cultivation,
and in another there are a score of
villages. The villages are under try
strict regulations; for exmple, to
dogs are allowed in thetm,
The different kinds sit forest latds
were -defitned hy Prof. Cross. A chase
is a forest ownsed y privsate parties,
while a park is a district enclosed by
a wall or fence. The wsarrens is a dis-
trict in whichs vertmin ran, vermin e-
ing snmallatninmal stnprotected iby'last
such as thse hare, fox, ol weael ad
polecat. 'Phe royal game cosists of
pheasatnts, wild boar, stags, and deer.
Thse downs are not, as one would ant-
poae low stretchses, but hilly cotury._
:.AILhIOA '1' ItSEl'S S'lTI)EN'"S
C'ANOlEIN RIVSERI .l1'DL+'l'Eol'I
Arthur S.' ell, a student in the
literary depsrttmtnt, took his Husron-
wise canoe to Detroit, at Cadillaquta
titne, atsd bravely launched it in the
big river. Two minutes later he met
as yotung tidal-wave frotm a passing
steamser, and took unwillingly to the
water. Ats obliging gentlemn from
thsetearby oailboal, rescued ell,
wlso latr recovered Iis canoe. tell
then registered an oath to voyage no
more on ttnknowtn waters.
'+ . CALENDAR. a.
July 29-Lectre-WShat Colleges It-
quire for Adnission. trof. A. G.
H~ail. 5 p. m.
July 3-Lecture-The Diamsond (il-
lustrated). Prof, E. H. Kraus.5
p. m.
Lecture-The Common Eye, Ear,
Nose, and Troat Diseases, Their
aumportaneg frost a Popular Stand-
point. Dr. R. B. Canfeld. West
amphitheater, medical btilditg. 8
p. m..

U. OF M. AND HURON RIVER BOAT LIVERY, Pail G. Tessmer, Prop, Phome 656l
Polhemus TransferLine j W. Arnold, ViPre. Jhi tz. Cis'r
Sak& Richie Props. State Savings Biank
Tat.ca s atdAttaoobileoSrvice. Bse.or,, ANN ARBOR, M1CR.
tackostooldtiaggae
Canoes Delivered Capital Stack- - - - $50,000.00
207 N. Maies St. Phonees 15SuSrplus and Profils - - - $75,000

-THE - -
PALAIS ROYAL
209 E. LIBERTY ST.
Has jtust received a shipnmet
of rarest Italians Ware, also a
large lite of oddities ini Japan-
ese Chitia ansd German Wate.
These novelties are for in-
spection by the Sumimer Stud-
ets.
COMBE AND SEE, US
209 E. Liberty St.
The Palais Royal

TO NIGHT
MAGNI FI CIE N T
P hotoplays
DeLuxe
EXCLUSIVE MOTION VIEWS.
REMEMBER ! Complete
Chage Program Daily
Continuous frome7lto 10 p.m. Come
whetn you like stay as lone as you please
SPECIAL EXTRA FEATURES
Pipe Organ Recitals
MR. LEWIS JAMES, Tenor
FRANK TABOR, Pianist.
MATINEES WED~ 4 P. M.
Best seats 5 &'10c

d A vanished thirst-a cool holy and a refreshed one; the
sure way--te only way is via a glass or bottle of
Idelsly delicious-puce as purty -crtsp and sark1iog as frosatK
Itr new o ot ellig. ofoc-C ol
THE COCA COLA O.,"seLa-so, cA, fCca-clso.
THE NEW CATALOCUE OF THE
UNIVERSITY I FMICHISAN
is now ready
Complete information concerning seven departments;
Collegiate, Engineering, Medicine,
Law, Pharmacy, Homeopathy,
Dentistry and the Graduate School
and the Summer Session
Spicial caurats in Firetry, Newspaper Wark, LadicapiDeiga,
Higher Cimmircial Edncatnlicliding Railway Adminlisration tad
anstrance, Archiecture, Cnsertatioa Eagiaeiriag, Pedagagy (affliated
witAtn Arbor Hilt Schoal far ObervtlianStidy), aid a new caurti
far thise prepariag far lie aceatific adminsraion if deparitmens
of saniatian aid piblic hialt.
For Copy of Catalogue, Special Announce-
ment or Individual Information address
SHIRLEY W. SMITH
Secretary University ANN ARBOR

Summer Homes in Ann Arbor,
L on Bluffs overlooking Huron River
Secluded, quillt and wihitwalkiag diistance oathit enisiy. Lila cheip as anywheri. Woods and
batiag, lao. Inquire JAMES H. McDONALD. Ford Bldg, Dtroit. Hi will liptel lahwtowiltk iiitand I
tie ite.
UNIVERSITY PHARMACY Ceuldingeg Telephooeous uell 410; iHomoel7ltblur
12 19 S. Universty Ave. We deliver tee cream every day is
Ice Cream Sadas Sommer Schl S upplies the woeek
I~fms oTlo ailetSsoaps & Tsilet Articles
Prt~esrptisssu00 speecialty We Insist on satisfying'
K S FILMS, PAPER AND
FINISHINGS AT
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KEEP COOL
its ourcomfotable sod rosy-fitin~g light-
weightgarmesnts thsst we tailoe bryood corn-
pasoninostyslerand f5t
larpteeyoungerst, a swaggerair, imparted
_tb a totftul dosss of New Yootstnsts rebso
andolthsere.
Isir the sean of saber taste, simlicity wilh-
ott severitg.fasion switisoultfreak~ishnaess.
Oar cattsmen tatlar gorments to drapes
psrfeetly. Our fabrics loots writ aod wear-
well.
Ouropricers ate easy of reate.
J. KARL MALCOLM
6114 East Liberty St.

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Ann Arbor's Headquarters for Kodaks, Cameras and Photo Supplies
I make a specialty of Developing, Printing stnd Enlarging for Amsateus-by moderan
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will do this and so whenever you want anything phtotographic look for the sign of the kodak-
that's where things move.
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719 North University

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