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The Wolverine, 1912-08-13

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THE WOLVERINE

Til T E WOa.VFERINE place, and so they get the receipt for
work well done at this time. Besides
The official newspaper of the sum- there are men and women here who
mer seosion of the University of get tiheir "masters," Ph.D's an so on.
Michigan, published Tuesday, Thurs- We've artists here who can play,
day, and Saturday afternoons. speak, read, and in many other ways,
Address-The Wolverine, Press Bldg., give a pleasant evening to the rest,
" Maynard Street, Ann Arbor, Mich. who come from every state in this
Office Hours-2:00 to 4:30 p. in., daily. union, not to mention th foreign coun-
Phones, 960. tries here represented. The pleasant
atmosphere brought by the southern
Subscription Rates-Local, seventy- 'student mingled with the West, the
five cents for the summer; mailed to East, and North would, we think, be-
any address for one dollar. come an annual event second only to
Advertising Rates-Furnished upon the commencement which comes in
T IIU B E 'S application to the Business Manager. the closing days of June. This is only
Jsa suggestion. It may not be practica-
PolanLA E. Payne, Business Manager. ble, but if so we think it worth passing
116 S. Main Bell Phone 166 Malcolm McCormick-Asst. Mgr. *easant oahs tt wspehavthe Le
Phone 357. pesn otsta ehv.Lt
develop the social side, it is the sweet-
Shoes Repaired Editorial Staff. est phase of life-adding a few more
Ernest R. Burton.......Acting Editor friends.
Harold P. Scott........News Editor
F. M. Chirreh......... Athletic Editor FASTIDIOUS THUG ATTEMPTS
In a way that makes Issue Editors. TO RIFLE DELTA CHI HOUSE.
J. P. Thomas Earl Crossman -
your 1e1 happy -- Maude Edwards C. S. Pryor When several members of the Delta
Reporters. Chi fraternity wer compelled to leave
JOHN H. LAMBERT F. A. McCarthy C. S. Fliedner their porch cots, because of the rain
K. C. Haven R. T. Cook on Saturday night, they were surpris-
613 E. Williams St. Roscoe Spencer C. E. Shaffner ed to discover a burglar searching the
Leonard L. Cline. dresser drawers in their room. The
burglar made a flying leap for the
Copital.$700,000.00 Surplus.. t0.000.t Editor Today--Charles S, Pryor. door and escaped through the rear of
Usdielded Profits, $12,Ot.Ot the house before the excited 'students
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK aNION .aWrecovered themselves. They gave chase
ANN ARBOR, MICH. but it was without success. A search
Safe Baning and Courteous Treatment of our TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1912. was made over that section of the city,
Cestumers is our Watch worde _ _ _but no suspicious characters were
I per cent inherent in our savings deparinent A Sumaer Commencement found. Nothing was taken from the
Do you want a position? DD you want a helter position? Before we realized it the summer house, despite the fact that several
We may hale just the place you are looking for. Let session is rapidily drawing to a close. gold watches were lying on the top
us know your wants; Then let us have your application. The person who has spent a summer of the dresser the would-be thief was
The Cibb Teachers' Agency, here is yet to be found who has any searching.
175 Westminster Ave, other expression than a most pleasant
Detroit, MICH. and profitable-yes, vacation. For the The summer is almost gone! And
time spent during these last few weeks we have had such a pleasant time. We
of autumn weather can hardly be call- had dreaded it so-the long, hot, stif-
DAVIS & p" p s ed work. We've all made a few friends, ling days, the stuffy class rooms, the
OHLINGER Deivre and the suggestion comes-why not frowning professor, and a dozen other
Made have a last gathering for the ones who imaginable fears-and how different it
have finally reached that part of the has all been! But come to think of it,
W trail where we are told that we can at Jack, I guess you have been the cause
When last go on alone, and perhaps, not of most of the good times. The conoe-
* alone. A sort of miniature commence- ing, and dancing, with a lunch a Tut.
ment here in this quiet little Utopian ties after makes one of the most pleas-
village, the last few weeks of which ant evenings imaginable. At Tuttle's
ihave been spent absorbing interest- we can order what we want and when
109 ing instructive, lectures, given by men we want. I told Beth to meet us at
E. Washington who have spent years in the gleaning, Tuttles Friday night after the dance.
PR INTING Bell 432 - that each of us may have the benefit It is just around the coiner, 338 S.
that comes from such work. State St.
The law department has a course of
three summer sessions and two winter
H uston B ros. terms for a degree. The students tak-
ing such a course have no commence- FULLER &
The Finest Bil.iard Polm in the Stale ment they cat c " their own. iThn U L.
Cigars and Candies too tiere are always fewwho remain 610 E. William St.
We try to treat you right" over simply because they like the

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
BeAwes nwiiltias a &Lierty
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Maynard St Albert A. Stanley, Director
Summer Session
Eight Weeks All Branches
Full Semester will begin September
:: :: 30 Artist Teachers :. .
Sendfor ilustrated catalc
Charles A. Sink, Sec.
The place we all go to when in Detroit
Popular priced dining room
LIBRARY PARK HOTEL;
A. E. Hamilton, Mngr
European Pan ' to $2.t per day
Cratiot Ave. and Library Ave.,
DETROIT, MICH.
1-4 off
ON-
TENNIS RACKETS
THIS WEEK
W. & D. Tennis. Tennis Balls
(fresh stock).
40 cents ea. h
H. L. Switzer Co.
3105. Slate St.

SUMMER SCHOOL
LAW BOOKS
FOR
SECOND HALF
Martin's Citil Procedure
Whittier's Cases in Pleading
Ile's Cates in Criminal iaw
Cooley 's Back tcne
Gray's CasEs vo0 I
Brewstc ts Conveyareing
Woodruff's Domestic Re-
lations
Woodruff's Costs Quasi Con-
tracts
GCOD SUPPLY OF
SECOND HAND COPIES
AT
W University Bookstore
UIaivCIsal Dry & Steam
Cicaanog Works
In a new Fire Proof t3d:. and
wi tthe latestut odern\ achin-
'e are in a position to do all
all kindse 1 leaning: As ltis
faticyudre'ses, stilt,", sit Nvaicts,
slitperis, glove, etc. Also gent c-
oens clothing of ill kinds. All
wtrk ' gua antcd: We call for
at 1 delicti'.
T. E. Wahl, Mragr.
Bell Phone 877 1119 Packcrd St.
Cousills & Hall,
FLORISTS
Corner of So. University and Twelfth
Both Phones 115

O'CONN OR Steam and French
Dry Cleaners
Suits Pressed 25c Trousers 10c

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This Way, You Summer Students--
} AComearndlfra LUNCH Ithat isaLUNCH
MROJ4NURS Cor ner of Monroe and
A Full Line of Tobacco and Cigarettes High Crade Confections and Fruit
E3N GRAV INGO
Programs, Invitations, Call g Cards, etc., en-
graved for ) ou quilc ly aEd corrcily. We have
the leading brands of scelal Slaticocry and will
save you money on pound lilts or more. We'll
gladly send ycn alt liplts ef paper and type faces.
Write-cr stop in and pee us when in Detrcit.
GREGORY, MAYER & THOM Co.
Printers-Stationers-Office Outfitters-Engravers-
Embossers.
WOODWARD & CONGRESS, DETROIT, MICHIGAN

SUGAR BOWL
109 S. MAIN STREET
Best Ice Cream
Sweetest Candy
Prompt .- Service
SUGAR BOWL
109 S. MAIN STREET
Phone 967

G. Ho WILD CO.
311 S. STATE STREET
Carry the Largest Line of Wool-
ens in the city. Satisfaction gua-
anteed. We cater to those who
want the best.
SUMIIER STYLES
a specialty
Established 1888
All work made in this city.
Go H e'WILD CO.
311 S. STATE STREET

ENGRAVERS
U The Gar oy1e
r NN-ARBOR
ALL COLLEGE
WORK
laiusTriel Order
JOURNAL BUILDING
DETROIT MICH.

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