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The Wolverine, 1912-08-08

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THE WOLVERINE

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TRUBEY'S
P L A C E
116 S. Main Bell Phone 166'
Shoes Repaired
In a way that makes
your feet happy --
JOHN H. LAMBERT
613 E. Williams St.

THE WOLVERINE per cent and another is so generous
as to allege that the depreciation can
The official newspaper of the sum- not be less than 75 per cent. What
mer session of the University of generosity! Why not make it at least
Michigan, published Tuesday, Thurs- 100 per cent? It would be just as
day, and Saturday afternoons. easy. It is only the university and
makes no difference. The lands in this
Address-The Wolverine, Press Bldg., particular locality would be practically
Maynard Street, Ann Arbor, Mich. worthless without the university; but
Office Hours-2:00 to 4:30 p. m., daily. what silly argument! If we howl
Phones, 960. loud enough we can get something, and
as you can note we're going to hold up
Subscriptio Rates-Local, seventy- the deal until sonmething easy rouses
five cents for the summer; mailed to ths way jury otour ey ors
any address for one dollar. our way. A jury of our neighbors
any ddres fr on dolar.would give us snore than our land is
Advertising Rates-Furnished upon worth, and the authorities know it.
application to the Business Manager. t h Cthl"sc ihl
Is the "Cat H-ole" such a sightly
John H. Payne, Business Manager. place now, that so much noise should
Phone 762-L. bemade over its being raised?
Malcolm McCormick-Asst. Mgr. No. Visitors and alumni say that
Phone 357. that hole full of tin cans and debris is
a disgrace to a village of the middle
ages. Yet to do away with it will
Editorial Staff. cause depreciation of adjoining prop-
Ernest R. Burton. ......Acting Editor erty values!
Harold P. Scott..........News Editor We must look to our posterity to see
F. M. Church.........Athletic Editor the dawn of "right makes right." And
Issue Editors. unless they evolve more rapidly than
J. P. Thomas Earl Crossman we have in the past two thousand years
Maude Edwards C. S. Pryor we'll be slightly gray headed ere we
see the roseate hues break o'er the
Reporters. eastern hills. We must confine the use
F. A. McCarthy C. S. Fliedner of that expr(ession to office seekers yet
K. C. Haven R. T. Cook awhile.

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EXTRA
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SPECIAL FEATURES
Male Singer at Night
PATHE WEEKLY
For Afternoon
MISS CECIL DE BRAHM, Contralto
Afternoonand Evening
Admission . . . 5 cents 1o all
TEMPLE THEATRE
MAIN STREET
Between Wili ams & Liberty
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Maynard St. Albert A. Stanley, Director

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Roscoe Spencer C. E. Shaffner
Editor 't'oday-Mande Edwards.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1912.
ight Makes Right-I
Right snakes might? Yes, oh yes,
Terese. Anyway that is what the pol-
iticians are saying in Chicago who are
trying to join words in such a way that
they will attract a few votes. It sounds
well; but, Terese, can you tell us who,
where, and when it has ever been
practiced?
For the past few weeks there has
been a great deal of talk pro and con
regarding the proposed heating plant
for the university. For good and suf-
ficient reasons, arrived at only after
the careful consideration, by the men
who know the why and wherefore the
"Cat Hole" was chosen as the most
desirable location. The authorities in
choosing the proposed sight have taken
every precaution to guarantee a sight-
ly building, and to maintain attract-
ive grounds.
Now come the adjoining property
owners and with one voice protest
against the proposed building.
Their reason? 'Why, that the build-
ing will cause a deterioration in land
values. Some say the loss will be 25

And in the far distance came the
faint echoes of the orator of the day
"vox populi, vox dei."
'OUN.IL TO LOOK INTo
MATTER OF POWER PLANT
At a meeting of the Ann Arbor coun-
cil this week the street committees
were appointed to investigate the ob-
jections of residents to a side-track to
run across Fuller, Catherine, Ann and
.Hturon streets to the proposed new
heating plant of the university, which
is to be located in the vicinity of the
cat hole. tegents W. L. Clements,J .
E. Beal, and H. C. Bulkley are the
committee which the regents appoint-
ed at their meeting of July 18, to con-
fer with the city council in regard to
this mattter; but owing to the fact
that their report is -not due until the
last week in September, the committee
has not yet met the council. The
council has, in the meantime, appoint-
ed its own committee to loolk into the
matter which is causing so much com-
plaint from the various residents of
the fourth ward who object to the site
chosen for the new power plant.

Summer Session
Eight Wnoks Alt Sranchns
Full Semester will begin September
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opular priced dining room
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FOR
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Woodruff's Domestic Re-
lations
Woodruff's Cases Quasi-Con-
tracts
GOOD SUPPLY OF
SECOND HAND COPIES
AT
WA HR'S
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We are in a position to do all
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and deliver.
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