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The Wolverine, 1912-08-10

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BARRISTERS OPEN SEASON Rosenthal claims his men can de- (necessary to run the matches off as
AIINST PRISTINE RIVALS.! liver the goods. He is backing Ken- rapidly as possible. The preliminaries
nedy and Webber to pull off the Ide- must positively be finished by Wednes-
son stunt on their opponents, with day noon, and the results filed at the
Legal llead-eDress is in the Ring; Fts- Stites operating the receiving instru- Wolverine office on that day between
sers Follow Nlumbers in an ments. 12:30 and 2:00 o'clock.
Attack Upon it. Blake is priming Wheat, who finish- Additional entries will be received
ed the alleged game against the med- Monday at the Wolverine office from
W U Pet. ics, to humble the legislators. Met- 12:30 to 1:30, or the men may report
Medics.2 0 1.000 calf is the other bet of the coal heav- to Blake, on the Ferry Field courts
Laws...... 0 0 .000.ers. Morse will chase the fouls. after 1:30 the same afternoon, ready
its............ .0 1 .000 The hostilities are scheduled to open to play.
nus.0 1 .000 at 1:30, with Brodie and Gebbart com- The rules of the tournament, and
. ..prising the board of arbitration. details of the competition, were pub-
Saturday, August 10-Eng.-Law-- -__lished fully in Thursday's issue. The
1:30 p. m. RAIN PREVENTS TENNIS PLAY. schedules as published then will be

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U. OF M. AND HURON RIVER BOAT LIVERY, Paul G. Tessmer, Prop, Phome 656

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Thursday, August 15-Lit-Efng.-
4:15 p. m
Preliminaries iust be Run Off Early
Saturday, August 17-Law-Lit- Next Week,
1:30 p. m.
The barristers and boiler-makers The weather msan won all the pre-
clash this afternoon on eFrry Field in liminory matches which were sched-
the first game for the laws. The lat- uled for this week in the tennis tour-
ter are circulating great reports of nament. This means that the men
their prowess, and have issued a spe- will have to hurry in order to get all
cial invitation to the ladies to witness the preliminaries and semi-finals off
the festivities. : by the end of next week.
They are out to maul the men from No definite time will be assigned
the arch, and expect to give Brodie's for 'the matches already scheduled.
fussers the same treatment a week The men can arrange the time accord-
fromn today. This would put them in ing 'to their own convenience. The
a tie with the medics for first place, telephone numbers were given in the
with two victories each. list $ublished Thursday. It will be

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posted on the bulletin boards of the
different departments and at Ferry
Field courts.
CALENDAR.
August 12.-Lecture-The Relation of
Sociology to Religion. Prof. F. R.
Clow, 5 p.-m.
Lecture-The Study of the Individ-
ual. Prof. F, R. Clow. West Phys-
ics Lecture Room. 8 p. m.
August 13.-Lecture-On Spinning
Tops and Related Phenomena. (Il-
lustrated). Asst. Prof. P.' Field. 5
p. m.
Organ Recital-Mr. Earle V. Moore,
of the faculty of the University
School of Music. Admission free.
University Hall, 8 p. m.
Fussers' Interests Hurt by Merger
No more will the University of Mich-
igan fussers be able to call "Ypsi" on
the Home phone, and thus save their
nickle, for the state has authorized
a combination of the Bell and Home
telephone companies. While the
stockholders of the Home Company
will realize but 50 per cent on their
investment, the Ann Arbor Landla-
dies, are joyful and planning on what
they shall purchase with the extra
money saved by having but one phone
in the house.

WHITE STAR LINE WHARF FOOT OF GRISWOLD
For a Delightful all Day Outing on te ebeautful St. Ctas River
take the steamer"Tastno" anytuorning8:3o, Sundaysg:oo. Fare
,, etarntngame dtty: Past Hlass,,Sea; Ftats o ashmotoasPark,
Sns;orTotetoandreturn,stean'ser'O ealesavesDetaroit
ery wekay 8.s a mevery Sunday 8-30 a m,returns to De-
"troatt7:1'tp.tr.; faeSundayas o, weekdays$x.oo
Sfor an Afternoon Ride to St. Clair Flats, Tashamoo Park or Port
a a _ Huron way ports take the "City of Toledo" at 2:30 P.M.

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and a bigone. That's what w:,
have been making with our
jobs of Re-Soling Rubber
Soled Shoes. We have the
only make of stitching m,-
chines with which it is poss=
ible to do a first class jab of
this sort.
First Icok at the jobs done by
osher shops, then come to us
---you will be grealy pleased.

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hotoplays
De Luxe
Seats 5B and 10c
FI L M S D'ART
TRAVELOCUES
SONG FEATURES
ORGAN RECITALS
PROGRAM - CHANGED - DAILY
EXTRA!
Coming
THURSDAY81
AUGUST
Sensational (Feature
THE MONEY KINGS
IN THRE ACTS
Founded on doings of Steel Trust
MATINEES . 4 P M,

P lhe mus Transfer LineWm. Arnold.Yiees.,r i i atz, Cash'r
Stark & Richie Props. . State Savings ank
Taxicaband Automobile5service. Busses, ANN ARBOR, 11CH.
Hacks and Baggage
Canoes Delivered Capital Stock - - - - $50,000.00
207 N. Main Et. Phones 15 Surplu sand Profits - - - $75,000.00

tO Como
4 A vanished thirst-a cool body and a refreshed one; the
sure way-the only way is via a glass or bottle of
Idall'y cius-pure as purity-crisp and sparkl ng as frost.
Free Oarne'btklet,tagrof'so catsola
vidastonat cbttata,tator te aig. Wbenever
51- Demand the GenIne as made by as oetan
THE COCA-COLA CO., ATLANTA, A. a Coca-cola.
THE NEW CATALQCUE OF THE
UNIVERSITY OF MICUISAN
is now ready
Complete information coneornitg aeven departments A
Collegiate, Engineering, Medicine,
Law, Pharmacy, Homeopathy,
Dentistry and the Graduate School
and the Summer Session
Special courses In Forestry, Newspaper Work, Landscape Design,
iigher Commercial Edncation including Railway Administration and
Insurance, Architecture, Conservation Engineering, Pedagogy (affiliated
with Ann Arbor Nigh School for Observation Study), and a new coarse
or those preparing for the scientific adminilratlIon of departments
of sanitation and public health.
For Copy of Catalogue, Special Announce-
ment or Individual Infornhation address
SHIRLEY W.. SMITH
Secretary University ANN ARBOR

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MODERN SHOE REPAIR SHOP
611 E. WILLIAM STREET
(SI1 of the big Electric Shoe)

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MOTION PICTURES
EXTRA_
Temple Theatre
SPECIAL FEATURES
Male Singer at Night
PATHE WEEKLY
For Afternoon
MISS CECIL DE BRAHM, Contralto
Afternoon and Evening
Admission - - - 5 cents to all
TEMPLE THEATRE
MAIN STREET
Between WHllams & Liberty
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Maynard St. Albert A. Stanley, lirector
Summer Session
Eight Weeks All Branches
Full Semester will begirnSeptember
30 Artist Teaohersa
Sentdfor illustratedlcatalog
Charles A. Sink, Sec.

Summer Homes In Ann Arbor
on Bluffs overlooking Huron River
Secleued, quiet and within walking distance ofI te University. Lots cheap as anywhere. Woods and
boating, too.lI nques reJAMES H. McDOHALt. Ford Bldg, Detrot. He will tell you how to walk cut and
see them.

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UNIVERSITY PHARMACY "a Telepitoneas tet l415;Isme 7tbue
1216 S. University Ave. We deliver lee cream every day in
Ice Cream Sodas Summer Schoolsupplies the week
P rtsmes, Toilet Soaps & Toitet Articles
Prescriptions our specialtty We insist on satisfying

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SPECIALSALtE IF 3ic Phil0
I P I5 PAPER T It9lcLB:-WILtE IT tLTS
I . I . - CALKINS'PHARMACY
324 S. STATE ST.

New.FIl d Styles
Are no eek dy at
MA L O MS
Now is the time to order your Fall and Winter clotles to get a
full season's wear. A selection made now will be reserved
604 E. LIBERTY STREET

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LY N D O N P H OT OG 'RAP H E R
Ann Arbor's Headquarters for Kodaks, Cameras and Photo Supplies
I make a specialty of Developing, Printing and Enlarging for Amateurs-by modern
methods. This has been my business for eight years and it haa increased every day-only results
will do this and so whenever you want anything phoographic lookn far the sign of the kodak-
that's where things move.
LYN I)ON

719 North University

Kodaks for Rent, 10c per day

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