THE WO.VLR1NE BEN GREET PLAYS WEDNESDAY.
601E' Published Tuesday, Thursday and Popular English Woodland Troupe
Saturday afternoons by the students Will Render Plays of
/.l' of the University of Michigan summer Shakespeare.
Address-The Wolverine, Press Bldg., The Ben Greet Woodland Players
Maynard Street, Ann Arbor, Mich. will make their annual appearance in
Office Hours-2:00 to 4:30 p. m., daily. Ann Arbor Wednesday evening, July
Phones, 960. 31, in "Romeo and Juliet." Thursday
s_ _ _ afternoon they will play "The Taming
I Subscription Rates--Local, seventy- of the Shrew," and that evening stage
five cents for the summer; mailed to "A Midsummer Night's Dream." The
any address for one dollar. classic troupe will appear under the
Advertising Rates-Furnished upon campus trees in the rear of President
T R U B EY 'S ;application to the Business Manager. Angell's house, an open air theater
being erected for the productions.
P L A C E The official newspaper of the Summer Concerning the Mr. Greet himself it
is almost an imposition on Ann Ar-
116 S. Mai Bell Phone 166 John H. Payne, Business Manager. bor's memory to dilate on his name
ltalcolm MeCormick-Asst, lgr. or fame.
Shoes Repaired Phone 357. Student Uninjured in Collisio".
E. It. Burton, Acting Editor. Howard Doolittle, a. summer school
Reporers. student, was thrown from his bicycle
In aRway that makes Roscoe Spencer. F. M. Church. in a collision with an automobile yes-
your feyt happyk H.ePs5Sco1 p . MoodshEdwards. terday afternoon but escaped without
your feet py -- P.co. injury. His wheel was badly battered,
F. A. McCarthy. H. T. Cook. however. The machine which ran in-
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JOHN H. LAM BERT C. S. Fliedner. Josephine Fellows..
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Student Saves Child from Lake.
Edwin T. Nicholds,. a Michigan stu-
Copitait$100,000.00 surpilus . Ct.e5.tf i dent, saved a three year old child
Undivided Profits, $12,000.00 TUESDAY, JULY 30, 1912. from drowning at New Baltimore last
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK Wednesday. The child, who was the
ANN ARBOR, MICH. MUSEUM GETS VALUES) FORSILS, son Winton of Mr. Hadman Elliott, of
Safe BanlingandCourteousTreatmentofour ----Detroit, fell off of the dock. Several
Customersisour Watceword Geological Expedition Making Im- hours' work on the little fellow re-
3 per cent interest in our savings department iortant ieiscoverirs. suited in saving his life.
Do you want a position ? DD you want a better position ?
We may have just the place you are looking for. Let From Haskell, Texas, comes word RELATIVE OF MICHIGANDERS
us know your wants; Then let us have your application. that the geological expedition under SHOWS SUCCESSFUL CANVAS.
The Glbb Teachers' Agency, Prof. E. C. Case, has reached that
175 Westminster Ave, place, and will soon be upon the Among the present Fall Exhibit at
Detroit, MICH. Staked Plains. The object of the ex-. the Toledo Museum of Art are two
pedition is to pay visits to beds of canvasses that are attracting especial
Permian deposits in various parts of attention. They are the work of Paul
DAVIS & 'southwestern United States, in order Daugherty, son of Chas. N. Daugherty,
OHLI NGER Deliveries to locate valuable deposits of fossils '78, and brother of William L. Daugh-
that may be worked over later for the erty, '13.
Made university The pictures are marines of great
At the present time, W. J. Robin- beauty, and one of them "Sunlight on
r hG son, of the expedition, reports valu- the Coast," has been purchased by the
Promised able discoveries at several points in directors of the museum for their
Oklahona, from which places a num- permanent collection.
ber of fossils have been shipped to Paul Daugherty is practically self
the university museum. Another very taught. He has progressed rapidly in
109 extensive fossil bed has been found his chosen line of work, however, be-
E. Washington in the Little Wichita valley, in north ing represented in the Corcoran gal-
PRINTING Bell 432 - central Texas, and specimens have lery at Washington and the Metro-
been shipped from it also. politan of New York City.
After crossing the Staked Plains,
Professor Case expects to make ex-
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Tuesday, July 30
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