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The Wolverine, 1912-08-03

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THE WOLVERINE
THE WOLVERINE it was nearly fifteen minutes after
-- the hour before the professor appear- MOTION PICTURES SUM ER SCHOO L
$Ot lh The official newspaper of the sum-1 ed. 7 SD O
mrssino-teUiestof WarnocrtcsnthstdnsE AMichigan, published Tuesday, Thurs- who staid, nor are we justifying the EXTR
o * ~ day, and Saturday afternoons, man who left. We simply relate the Temple1 Theat re O
WIHincident to show the totally different TO
-. Address-The Wolverine, Press Bldg., attitude ot the two groups of s-
-Maynard Street, Ann Arbor, Mich. dents. SPECIAL FEATURES
SECOND HALF
Office Hours-2:00 to 4:30 p.i., daily. It is not our fault, then, for we do Tuesday, July 30 _____________
fPhones, 960. not understand you; and therefore y
we can not represent you. It lies, on PATHE WEEKLY Mlarina Civ i Procedturc
- Subscription Rates-Local, seventy- the other hand, with yu ehv HE ELFAUEWllt at nPedn
fleeadcents for the summr; aldt asked you to come over and work
ayadesfroedla, with us, but you have not responded. Afternoon and Evening Iealea Caes iii Criminal Law
IAdvertising Rates-Furnished upon We ask you again, for we feel that we Admission--- 5 cents to all Colys Blacktouc
pplication to the Business Manager. could both gain by the interchange of TEMPLE THEATRE rays Cass VOL I
P L A C E John H. Payne, Business Manager. ideas.MANSRE BrewaD ris Cnve3 si clg
116 S. Main Bell Phone 166 Phone 762-L. Bewees Williams & Liberty VYootrff's Domestic Re-
fMalcolm EIcCormick-Asst. gr. School of Music Girl to Wed. _________________ lations
S 1 Q R e a edPhone 357. The approaching marriage of lses __W oodruff's__________Cass Quasi Con -
Sh e e ard IBess Poole, to Dana E, Seeley, both of tracts
Editorial Staff. this city, was announced last Wednes- UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC ____
______Ernest It. Burton...Acting Editor day at a linen shower given for Miss Maynard St. Albert a Stanley, Director
Harold P. Scott.....News Editor Poole by the Misses Seeley, of South GOOD SUPLY OF
In a way that makes F. If. Church......Athletic Editor Thayer street. Miss Poole is a mem- SECOND HAND COPIES
your feet-hpyIo Eios e of Mu Phi Epsilon sorority and Summer Session
waspormelysastuentEnithoruler- Eight Weeks All Snches A T
JP.Thomas Earl Grossman of Mrmrl asusei the Uir, Fll Semester will begin September
Maude Ewrd ity SchoolofMscM Selyo :::80AttTahrs:n
JOHN H. LAM4BERTEdas rs C. S. Pryor aprnen t ouArbnsmnor. SeeeyiSforisitraedgheastaloW
Reotr.Annproietyugbsnsra.f Sefe leiae iili 7 ~
613 E. Will1ams St F. A McCarthy C. S. Fliedner
K Mve . . ok oci Aumi arid ecatl. Charles A. Sink, Sec. University Bookstore
Roscoe Spencer C. E. Shaffner .
Copinat,$1105,05.00 urlus,$.0. c0 The marriage of Miss Pauline Wur -___________________
edirided Prats, $12,000.00 Editor Today-L. E. Crossman. ster, of this city to Oeppler Van
THE "FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK Evera, of Davenport, Ia., was solemn-
ANN ARBOR, MICH. , a,, ied at six o'clock on Wednesday Te place we all gt to when le Detoit UnYei Sal Dry & Steam
Safe 13sning and CourteossTratment oforaa ________________ evening in Bethlehem church. Mrs.
C'utomers is sur taisiwed VnEea sagadaeo teUi opsar priced :diinlg room _ ~ ea i nn'a~
3 per cent Inteest in ir saing department SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1912. versity in the class of 1910, and ob- + ,IRAYPRK___
Dn yia want a pialion? DD yie want abtter position? tamned her Master's degree in 1911. +'IRRYPR HOTEL +____
Ne may hnt lst the place yoi are looking tir. Let To Students front Other Schools. or the past year she has been teach- . A. E. Hmiton, Mgr. In a new Fire Proof B d,,. ad
to 'know yor ant; Then let us hoe yir applicatin. A professor from another institu- iug in the University of Illinois. wih the tstl'!odcooiVachini
The Gibb Techers' Agency, tion, teaching here this summer, crit- Mr. cond Mrs. Vain Evera left for a cry.
1 75 Westminster Ave, icises our point of view. In his opin- western trip, In September they will EropenslanPitso ic0o 5pr day We arc ini ars t us ito do x.11
Detroit, MICH. ion The Wolverine is narrow, and c- leave for Hang Chow, China, to work Cretot A, nd Librry A., ilkndolle "n..5 i
fets the standpoint of the Michigan as foreign missionaries under the DETROIT, MICH. fancy dresses, suits, shirt1 swc st.
* ---" undrgrauat, rthertha tht ofPrebytrianBoad.lippes, gloves, etc. Also cntl-
DAVIS und te lrgrdte, rthe n thafPresbyteran Boad.othin___ofall__kinds.__All
I evre theIaeboyostdshrfrom iswokcucaoteed.g W all id orAl
01-Ll NGER Dlieres otercolleges and universities. CuitDance Largest o Summer. s.Udubelcoi rgt u h BgRdcin naddlrkiac. Ctcl o
IlQUO 'fault does not lits entirely 'with the Eighty couples were in attendance BgRdcino __
heI l staff of this paper. With twes excep- at the Michigan Union garden party Ham m ocks T. E. Wahi, Mgr.
When ~tioss its' inembers 'are all undergrad- and dance last night, the largest crowdanSelhne87 18PcarSt
1{' p ~~~~~~~~~of the summer. The cool evening -n' alPoe87111 akr t
llill Promised I aes -ofthsuiest.Ntrly________________
eunmtey ne things only as Michigan n- made dancing a more popular attrac- H s
IYIIdergraduates might be expected to see tion than usual. _______________
them. Come in nd et our prices Te ep ui tdo
1 09 , That you, as students of other TCo et-A modern six room house at TeKip ui tdo
EWashington schos have a different standpoint is 909 Sybil St. $14.00 a month. Ad- H.L Switzer Co. pamo Pipe or~ngo
PRINTING Bell 432.-J very evident. In a large class last dress J. R., Wolverine, Press Bldg. Hrdwre nd Sporeng Coeds Voice C'le.te.-
Iweek the professor had not arrived _5f 105.Stats St. ala .Divlsion 5. Phoe 15.1
___________________________at ten minutes after the hour. Ac-
H us o ~ B ~ cording to our custom, Beve minutes
H u to B os Iis the limit beyond which our patience U L
may not be tried, and the one under- FULL R & O'CONNOR Steam and French
The Finaet Billiard Room in the State graduate n the class therefore took DyCenr
CiasadCnis the "bolt" he was entitled to, but the 610 E. William St. Suite Pressed 25c Trousers lOc
"We ry t trat yu riht" rest of the class remained, although
This Way, You Suimmer Students...
Cho UCH GANV MN VCome round fora LUNCH that ia LUNCH
Zhe MI ICNOUMNS Corner of Monroe and
B ANCR F S Thayer Streets
Subcibe nowe and become a iienmber thereby of A Full Line of Tobco nd Cigarettes High Grade Conections and Fruit
The Vidiversity of Michigan.x
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concering members ot y our class eveo y ionth. Q A volnunme of the Alumnus conais the hisory
of tine Uoniversity fir the year. Q It publishes a series of well chosen pictures e ry month.
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