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The Wolverine, 1912-06-26

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WNI ADVISORY COUNCIL
HOLDS IMPORTANT MEETING
ts Graduate Members for Un-

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Delegates from the various Alumni

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Esco IHosiery
Caps, Hats
Ties, Gloves
All Gents Accessoris

All Full Dress
Necessities

ATTENTIONr TO ALUMNI

1107 So tth
vilversity

E. J. Lohr,

Prop.

Associations to the Advisory Council
met in executive session yesterday af-
ternoon. President H. B. Hutchins ad-
dressed the meeting on "The Organiza-
tion of the Alumni."
Five memberswere elected to the
Board of Directors of. the Michigan
Union under the provisions of the new
Union constitution. The directors
chosen are as follows: H. W. Douglas,
Ann Arbor; J. D. Hibbard, Chicago;
H. C. Bodman, Detroit; E. B. Pabst,
New York; and W. F. Carter, St. Louis.
The session authorized the appoint-
ment of a committee to select and is-
sue an alumni button and the resolu-
tion will be presented to the meeting
of the Alumni Association which will
be held in the gallery of Memorial
hall at 2:30. today for its approval.
Each alumnus has a vote on questions
which may be submitted to the meet-
ing.
The Advisory Council expressed it-
self as favoring the installation of
Alumni Associations in places through-
out the country where the number of
alumni warrants it and where none
now exist. An appeal is to be made
for a stronger support of the Michigan
Alumnus.
TO REPAIR FERRY FIELD STANDS.
Construction of Concrete Stadium Is
Postponed for a Year.
At a meeting of the Board of Control
of the athletic association, held last
evening, it was decided to repair the
present wooden stands on Ferry field
and to postpone any construction of
concrete stands for a year at least.
There is some opposition. on the,
ground of cost to the idea of building
a permanent concrete stadium and it
is possible that the present style of
wooden stands will be continued.

HELP GRADUATES TO LOCATE.'
Chicago Alumni Association Forms
Advisory Body.
A committee of twenty-one pusiness
men has been appointed by the Chi-
cago Alumni Association to advise and
help the Michigan men starting out in
that city. This advisory body is a per-
manent organization and is comosed
of men that are actively engaged in
business and those who are authori-
ties in their particular field. Students
and graduates who are intending to
locate in Chicago should communi-
cate with Secretary Walter P. Olds,
914 Marquette Bldg.
Other officers of the advisory com-
mittee are, president, W. D. McKenzie,
'05, 72 W. Adams. St.; vice-president,
E. Lunn, '99, 112 W. Adams; and treas-
urer, G. E. Fink, '00, State Bank of
Chicago.
CLASSIFIED ADS.
FOR RENT
For Rent--Rooms for summer stu-
dents at Baptist Guild House, 503
Huron Street, Phone Bell 1028. 3t
For Rent-A furnished summer cot-
tage for rent. .Les Chemaux Island.
$10.00 per week. Enquire of C. S.
Cooke, 27 Forsythe Avenue, Detroit.
St
FOR SALE
For Sale-Due bills on the Charlevoix
Hotel, Detroit, at 20 per cent dis-
count. Address The Wolverine.
WANTED
Wanted-Students to sell automobile
device during vacation. Profits im-
mense. Can easily make enough to
carry you through next term. Tour-
ing seasonopened. Connect with
manufacturers. Central Sales Com-
pany, Racine, Wis. St
Subscriptions for the Wolverine are
being taken at Cushing's Drug Store,
Dad Skinners, and The Daily office.
By mail, 1.00; by carrier, 75c, The
subscription includes the Commence-
ment Daily issues.

BEWARE OF THE "CAMPUS COPS."
Fifty Huskies Will Defend the Forty
Acre Lot.
"Campus Cops," great, calm, silent,
dignified defenders of the law, will
stalk o'er the forty acre lot Wednes-
day night to protect the women and
the children and the jack lanterns
from the villainous assaults of the
blood thirsty mob that promises to de-
scend upon the much illumined bit of
the universe across State street. A

sure far-seeing criminal hating sea-
captain, one Sealby by name, will de-
ploy fifty campus huskies and lesser
lights scouring the earth for wrong do-
ers. Yesterday, he and Lieut. J. H.
Van Auken swore 'em in with the
help of Maypr Walz--fifty, count em.
Tomorrow night, resplendent in stars
and badges, they will uphold the maj-
esty of the law and maybe, well, may-
be fifty dollars worth of lanterns will
not disappear as they did last year.

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A vanished thirst-a cool body and a refreshed one; the g
sure way-the only way is via a glass or bottle of
Ideally delicious-pure as purity-crisp and sparkling as frost.
Fre Ournew bookkt' telling of Coca-Cola
vindication at Chattanooga, for the asking. Whenever
51-J Demand the Genuine as made by you aean
Arrow think
THE COCA-COLA CO., ATLANTA, GA. of CocaCola.

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KEEP COOL
In our comfortable and easy-fitting light-
weight arments that we tailor beyond com-
parisonin style and fit.
For the younger set, a swagger air, imparted
by an artful dash of New Yorkishness here
and there.
For the man of sober taste, simnplicit# with-
out severity, fashion without freakishness.
Our craftsmen tailor garments to drape
perfectly. Our fabrics look well and wear
well.,
Our prices are easy of reach.
J. KARL MALCOLM
604 East Liberty St.

via
NewYorkGnitra
Michigan Central--"The Niagara Falls
Ticketspon*Sale Daily commencing
JUNE 1st
Good Returni
Liberal stop-over privileges and option of boat tr
and Buffalo and on Hudson River between Alba
and return and retux
New York 7.00 Bo stg
Proportionately ow fares to all Eastern Summer Resort
dacks, Canadian Resorts, White Mount
Poland Springs and entire Atlantic C
N ESixtyday circuit tours may be arrange
New York and Boston including lake ax
w river routes and more extended circuit toum
partly by ocean, including meals and bertl
on ocean steamers at reduced summer fan
For .particu rs consult
Michigan Central Ticket Agents

FAIYILYBIJOU THEATRE
9Diamond Jubilee Weeke
SPECIAL DISTINCT FEATURES
COMEDY BARREL JUMlPERS
THE STILSONS

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Huston Bros.
The Finest Billiard Room in the State The Palai Royal

209 E.

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Cigars and Candies
"We try to treat you right"

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Soubrette 21 Thousand Feet of
)ROTHY HOFFMAN Photo Plays

MAJESTIC

A BIG FEATURE
Elinore and Bartlett
COMEDY AND CLEVERNESS
A scream--PAUL and PAUL
THE DUTCHMAN AND TEE DOLL
Poses Plastique: IShine Songs:
SADIE WHITING DICK LYNCH
Ic -To All Always -10
cOErm WHEN VOV LIKE. STAY TO THE FINISH

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Has just received a shipment of rarest ITALIAN WARE, also a
oddities in JAPANESE, CHINA and GERIAN WARE. These nov
sold to the "old grads" at a special price.
COME AND SEE US
209 E. Liberty St. T
Attention! Seniors

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Photo -Plays de
Lux e and 10c
COMPLETE CHANGE OF PROGRAM DAILY
Continuous from 7 P. M. to 10 P.10.
Special This Week
Derby day at Churchill
Life of a Race-Hoose
Travels in Belgium
Browning's " Blot o' the Scutcheon
Egypt In Time of Moses
A Nations' Peril
Explosion at Sea
A Spartan Mother
Dicken's " Martin Chuzzlewit "
Jack and the Beanstalk
And Other Subjects
MASTER WILL MULTCHER
Trinity Choir Bey
BURLEIGH JACOBS
Michigan's own Tenor, sing at every
show. Organ Reoltals nightly.

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Lyndon will photograph every
feature of the 75th Anniversary C
bration. We won't have time
make prints for immediate deliv
but we will take your order and n
them later.

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. OF M. AND HURON RIVER BOAT LIVERY, Paul 6. Tessmer, PropsAnn Arbor, Mich.

Jubilee and Michigan Pennants in the Official (
Headquarters for Kodaks and Supplies

E ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
ital...............$300,.00.00
plus andi Undivided Profits.. 100,000.00
ources...... . ........... ....3,000,000.00
saets a General Banking Business
cent interest paid on Savings Deposits
Your Bnsiness Solicited
E. Hiscock, Pres. Michael J. Fritz, Osh'r
Harriman, VicesPre'. Carl F. Braun,
Jsh'r Wim. Walz, AssCsh'r Savings Dep't.

iCopitai, $100,000.00 'Surplus, $50,000.00
Undivided Profits, $12,000.00
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Safe Banking and Courteous Treatment of our
Customers is our Watchword
3 per cent Interest in our sayings department

Lyndon

MICHIGAN'S LEADING PHOTO
AT THE SIGN OF THE KODAK
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WHITE STAR LINE WHARF FOOT OF GRISWOLD
'WHIE ST R 1 JJJESTREET, DETROIT
For a Delightful all Day Outing on the beautiful St. Clair River
take the steamer "Tashmo" any morning 8:30, Sundaysh :oo.Fare
returning same day: Port Huron $:.oo; Flats or Tashmnoo Park,
50 cents; or Toledo, and return, steamer "Owana" leaves Detroit
-very week day 8:15 a~m., every Sunday 8:30 a.m., returns to De-
troit 7:15 pan.; fare Sundays 5oc, week days $i.oo.
Foran Afternoon Ride to St. Clair Flats, Tashmoo Pavk or Port
Furon way ports take the "City of Toledo" at 2:30 p.m .

Do you want a position? DO you want a better position?
We may have Just the place you are looking for. Let
us know your wants; Then let us have your application.
The Cibb Teachers' Agency,
175 Westminster Ave. 3 4 S.

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