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July 30, 1912 - Image 3

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The Wolverine, 1912-07-30

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THE WOLVERINE

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WHITE STAR LN WHARF FOOT OF GRISWOLD
For a Delightful all Day Ouleatingshebeautifult St. Clair Ri-i'
taesthe strans r ashnee aynimorniing 8:30, Sundays 9poe. Fars
rturninngsaeday:'sPsi'rturon $i.oo; SFlat osTshmnoPark,
50 ets;oToltedadretn, teaer Owana'leavestiDtit
Far ae Aternoon Ride to St. Clir 'Flat, Tashmit Perk ior Pert
Huro wacy ports taethe "City of Toedot 2:t3eP.M.

-TOMORROW
uo ar ~ ,rr 1 IS THE
L"'d i~rlr AST DAY
~f °' OF THE
r ~ 20 (/0discount
Sale of Trunks
BAGS AND SUIT CASES
Stud ts elm need ntewvbggage will save by seletig, now fion the
largesti lire oi high tahity baggage in Washtensw County The fol
lowing sill itdieate tt. sale value:
$3.85 to $18 Leather Suit Cases. . $3.08 to $14.40
$1.50 to i3 Matting CC e . $1.20 to $ 2.40
$5.50 to $18 Steamer Trunks .. . $4.40 to $14.00
$4.50 to $40 Trunks .. .. ....$3.60 to $32.00
HAND BAGS OF EVERY DESCRItPTION 20 PER CENT OFF
Established MAC K & CO®. Ma
1857 Sre
. ! rThere never was a
tisthtCoca-Cola couldn't
satisfy. It goes, straight aa an
arrow, to the dry spot.
And esides this,
f satisfies to a T the call for something
j' purely delicious and deliciously pure-and
TECOCA-COLA CO. o ea~n
V153- ATLANTA, GA. -Arrh .
THE NEW CATALOGUE OF THE
UNIVERSITY OF ICHI AN
is now ready
Complete inormation concerning seven departments:
Collegiate, Engineering, Medicine,
Law, Pharmacy, Homeopathy,
Dentistry and the Graduate School
and the Summer Session :
Special cosies in Foretry, Newspaper Work, Landscape Design,
igher Commercil Edcolion Including Railway Adinistration and
Insurance, rhltectre, Cnservation Engineering, Pedagogy (atiliaed
with Ann ror igh School for Observation Study), and a nw course
tr those preparing for the scientific administration of departments
of sanitation and pblic health.

For Copy of Catalogue, Special Announce-
ment or Individual Information address
SHIRLEY W. SMITH
1 Secretary University ANN ARBOR

TILE WEATHERI
Ioral showers toight or
Wednessday.
SCltI0. '1I('1 1?1F)
IN ENTRANCE TESTS
(Contined from page 1)
should assume ad bear the responsi-
bility for the success of the stdents
so sent, in so far as that sccess oe
failure is conditioned by te know- P
ledgge sod training acquired ins the
high school."
In speaking of the recently changed
entrance reqirements at Michigan,
Prof. Hilol said "As the University of 2
tMichigain was a leader ins the broaden-
ing of entrance reuirenents; as it
cas the first, or sne of the first, to
open its doors to wonen on the same
basis as oen;aso it was the first to
institute the sysem of visiting and
actrediting schools and of adniting
their recommeonded graduates upon
certificates; so nowv it is the first to
establih a new- policy in the syseen
of cerificate admission, by recogniz-
ing a class of superior schools, to
whom shall be granted further specilI
priileges."
^ N CALENDAR. --v
July 31-Lecture-The Diamond (il-
lustrated). trof, . H. H.Kraus. 5
n. in.
Lecture-'T'he Common Eye, Ear,
Nose, and Throat Diseases, Their
Importance fcums a Popular Stand-
point Dr. ItB Canfield. West
amph~titetter medical buildin. I
p. inn
July 31-Lecture-S-xes and Sevens.
Prof. J.L Markley 5 p. i.
Open 'usr prformance-Rtomneo and
Julit Ben Gret Woodland tlay-
ers university canpus. 8 p. m.
August 1-Oen air performance-Th
Tamnieg of. the Shrew, Ben Greet_
WoodlandIPlayers university cam-
1u.50 p M
Opens air temlonsace-A Midsum-
mer Nights Dream,lBen Greet
Ws'ola'nd Plaves university cai-
pus 1pm
August 2-Lectonr-te.itso td Cen--
teal Anmerica. Regent J. E. IBeal
p p. n.
WatedT 1ctIsrent fromnnSept. 5 to
Jno 15, completely funishsled
hose or apartmnent not less teni
fire roomns scitasble for hoseeep-_
tng. Apply by nnsil only. Artur-
Lane, Mtaestic !:heater. 14-17.
We sell Clothing Cr nmen and young
men. Allen's Good Clothes Store,
Sain Street. t.
'Thin Underwear and Hosiery Cr _
men at Allen's Good Clothes Store.
Stains Street. t.
Have the BEST MUSIC ni yor swat
tomela. The VICTOR VICTROLA Crn-
shes the best the country affords. The
University SMusic House, Press Build-
ing, Maynard St., Carries a complete
line of machines and records. -1
Classified Ads., subscriptions taen,
and copies of lbs Wolverine sold at
Ceshinge. . 6-I.

U. OF M. AND HURON RIVER BOAT LIVERY, Paul 6. Tessmler, Prop,, Phome_656J
'oihemus Transfer Line i W . 3rs .ArtistStice-Pres. G.Jehnats z, nie Gsh
Stark & Richie Praps.cats State avy ing~s Bank
'Taxiscabasi Auitnmobilete5rvsice. se, N5RBR Cm.
eeacks and Baggage
Canoes Delivered Capital Stoek - - - - $50,000.00
.07 N. Maies St. Phonesa15 Ssnplss and Prnfita - - - $75,000.00

-THE-
PALAIS ROYAL
209 E. LIBERTY ST.
Has juest received a slhipmrent
of rarest Italian VWare, also a
largeline of oddities iso Japan-
ese Chinna anid Gernnan Ware.
These noelties are for inu-
spection by thse Summner Siud-
coils.
COMnE AND SEE, US
209 E. Liberty St.
The Palais Royal

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MAJESTIC
TON IGHT
MACNIFI OlE NT
P hotoplays
De Luxe
EXCLUSIVE MOTION VIEWS
REMEMBER !Cnmplete
Change Program Daily
Cantinaaustfram ?ta 10 p.m. Came
when yau like stayas leeg as you please
SPECIAL EXTRA FEATURES
Pipe Organ Recitals
MR. LEWIS JAMES, Tenor
FRANK TABOR, Pianist
MATINEES WEED 4 P. M.,
Best Seats 5 & 10c

Summer Homes in Ann Arbor
on Bluffs overlooking Huron River
Secluded, quiet and within walkine distance of ft University. Lots cheap as anywhere. Woods and
boating, too. Inquire JAMES H. McDONALD. Ford tide, Detroit. He will fell you hoewft walk osf and
see them.
UNIVERSITY PHARMACY Gaaldin e Titlephoes B ell 416; Home 749 bias
o1m1s S. University Ave. We deliyer ice cream every day tn
lee Cream Stdas SummierlSshonl Supplies tewe
Pirfs, Tsilet Soaps & Toilet Articles
Psescriptiotns oar speeialty We tosist on satisfying
KSFILMS, PAPER AND
MAV FINISHINGS AT
KK ODA ~ SSAE T

KEEP COOL
is ourcomsratrable and easy-fittisne light-
weighlt garments thait wiults beyond con-
pariston in styiseand fit.
F-si'tine yitager set. a swager acir, imparten
by en astful nitsh of Ni'w tirhislisess bese
aitd therer.
Por tinestanofsCbrtiteaste, simtpicitr witS-
out severity. fashion without freakishness.
Our crtftsmen tailts garments tot drae
perfecctly.. OsurC'abricn sitookwellad weal
Gas psicecs asrte esy of reachb.
J. KARL MALCOLM
604 East Liberty St.

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L Y O , P O O GAAnn Arbor'w Headquarters for Kodakw, Cameraw and Photo Supplies
I make a specialty of Developing, Printinig and Enlarging for Amateurs-by modern
miethiods. This has been my husinsess for eight years and it has isicreased every day-only results
will do this and so whenever you want any thing piso ographic look for the sign of the kodak-
thiat's where tlhings move.
LYNI)ON

719 North University

Kodaks for Rent, 10c per day

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