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August 15, 1912 - Image 4

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The Wolverine, 1912-08-15

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HlINIfT STUDENTS' tOTEST sinithing; and still clin; to their own
RECENT HAIRSH (R'iII'I(ISMS religion. Things are (heal) in Jamai-
ca; that is, some thin-s are. Tobacco
(Continued from page 1.) is put up in the form of a rope, and
days work in three years. The native sold by the yard.
takes his tobacco pouch and his pipe, - --
borrows a m..atL, goes to a wooded The sunamser is almost gone! And
hill-side, lights'his pipe snd the hill- we have Iad sucl a pleasant time. We
side with the same matc, and pres- had dreaded it s-the lon, hot, stif-
ently has a farm cleared. About a ling days, the "stuffy class rooms, the
week later, he steals some banana frowning trofesser, and a dozen other
stems from a neighbor, and sticks them imagiatble fears-and hog d ff rent it
in the newly cleared path, Then he has all been! But come to think of it,
rests for two years; and, at the end Jack, I guess you have been the cause
of the third year, gathers his crop of of most of the good times. The conoe-
bananas. ing, and dancing, with a lunch a Tut.
Jamaica was the last place describ- ties after makes one of the most pleas-
ed by Dr. Hus, who dwelt longest upon ant evenings imaginable. At Tuttle's
its production of bananas, piiw-apples we can order what we want and when
and cacao, and the marvelous tree- we want. I told Beth to meet us at
ferns that grow there. There are Tuttles Friday night after the dance,
many Hindus in Jamaica. They live It is just around the corner, 338 S.
alone; work at farming and at gold- State St.

TENNIS MEN AFTER CASTwo rooms and the use of a batl;
MAGNIFiCENT CUP WANTED room to rent to a single gentleman o
Wanted-Student to work for board at lady, with gobfd references in the Cut-
.si Pn t l .tini Apartment House from Sept. 1.
onnoiseurs of Peuatic Pellets iversity Hospital, Catherine St. Further information obtained at No.
Near Finale of First Round Apply to Matron. 21-2-3 16 The Cutting, 2nd floor, Monroe St.
of 'J'ourney. 1 h utn,2dfor oao t
FOR RrNyentrance. tf.
FOB RENT ____________
SCHEIE)tH' MAN THINKS AGAIN. We sell Clothing for men and young
--- To Rent-A modern six room house at
The tennis tournament gained on the 909 Sybil St. $14.00 a month. Ad- men. Allen's Good Clothes Store,
weatherman yesterday, when most of dreso J. R., Wolverine, Press Bldg. Main Streett.
the first matches in the singles weretf All six exposure films developed at
run off, and all but one of the prelim-
inary round doubles completed. The For Rent-Fine cottages. for rent, Hoppe's Studio for 10 and 15 cents.
remainder of the next rounds in both Whitmore Lake Weidemano Grove. Fine and brilliant prints made for 4
contests will be played off either this Wddre La12 Wid man e . and 5 cents. Remember the place,
afternoon or Friday, and the semi- Address 332 5. Div., Phone t076-J.an 8cet.R em rth plse
finals on Saturday. tf 619 E. Liberty street, near where the
Thnalsu satrdyeserdy'new studio is being built. 15-16.
The results of yesterday's play are 'To Rent-At 1012 Cambridge St., a six
as follows:--SedStra a htoeLk
ioahies- room modern house, oak finish, Spend Saturday at Whitmore Lake
Stoddard and Bolin won from Wright grate, everything new. Will be and dance the evening away at the
nd Jansen 6--1, 7-5. vacated August 15. $20.00 a month Lake House. 30 cents round trip from
Brown and Collette won from Chen Address P. H., The Wolverine, Press Ann Arbor. tf.
and Ton 6-0, 6-1.
ligles, Preiminary- Bldg. Classified Ads., subscriptions taken,
Rankin won from Collette 6-2, 6-1. and copies of the Wolverine sold at
Brown won from Houston by forfeit aISCELLANEOUS Cishings. 6-25.
Craig won f'rom Fiebleman 2-6,
3-2, 6-3s Thin Underwear and Hosiery for Straw Hats of the right kind at the
Polin won from Wright 7-5, 6-1. men at Allen's Good Clothes Store. right prices. Allen's Good Clothes
Wilkinson won from Darnell 6-2, Main Street. tr. Store. Main Street. tf.
Single ufist r}rom nd-
thiers won from Stoddard 6-4,
Rankin won from Brown 6-1, 6-2. FurnIsliers and Hatters to University Men
Sproat won from McLeod 7-9, 7-5, 342 South State Street

GRANGER'S Acadermy of Dancing
Summer Assemblies every Friday Evening--9 to 12

The weather having been so rainy,
'nd there being an odd number of men
in the singles, some having entered
ate, the schedule Is disarranged.
Ithleg, Rankin, and Sproat have come
through the first iround. The winner
of the Craig-Bolinisnatch also comes
through. Of these four, Sproat was
Irawn to play Wilkinson for the
foarth place in the second round.
Ehlers plays Rankin in the second
round, and the winner of the Craig-
Bolin match plays the winner of the
Sproat-Wilkinson match.
The doubles schedule is in better
hape. Stoddard and Bolin play Brown
and Collette, the winner being one
team in the semi-finals. Rankin and
Ehlers are the other team in the first
round. They will play the winner of
the McLeod and Wilkinson vs. Feible-
man and Grimes preliminary, for the
other place in the semi-finals.
The Wolverine has purchased three
cups, instead of two, as at first pro-
posed. Each man on the winning
doubles team will receive a cup, and
the winner of the single tournament
is entitled to the other. The cups
will be displayed in a State street win-
dow Saturday. It is probable that a
iierchandise prize-presumably a set
tennis balls-will be given to the
'snner up of singles.
(Continued from page 1)
warns and the room much crowded
there was a great deal of sympathy
for the Rector of the Royal Hungarian
University at Budapest, whose official
uniform was mainly of fur. Each na-
tion chose one delegate to make a
brief oral address, and members of the
University of Michigan will be pleased
to learn that the twenty-four American
delegates chose Professor W. B. Scott,
of Princeton, as their spokesman.
Professor Scott's interesting lectures
during the past year will be remem-
bered by all those who were privileged
to hear them.
A complete line of cohiege songs-
some of which are: Yellow and Blue,
Varsity, Victors, College Days, always
to be found at the Uiversity Music
House, Press Buildin;M, aynard St.,
across from "Majestic." tf
C a i l .................. . . . $ ,
urpia s anti Undividec Profits.. 100,000.00
Rsesosuces.. . ..... ....3,000.000.00
Transacts a GenercI Banking Business
3 per cen t interest paid on Svisgs 'eposits
Yesour rsisces Cuticiteui
Chas. it .liscock, Pres. Michael J. Fritz, Csh'r
W. fD. Iarrissan, Vi'e Pres Carl . ttraun.
Ass. Csh'r Wis. Walz, AssCsh'r Savings Dep't.

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