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The Wolverine, 1913-07-03

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T HE WO LV ER IN E

1IAKES ILEA FOE c ith the possibility of betterineat on "MOtST LIVING AIT' IS MO'T'ION
RACE BIETTERMNENT. the onoe hand and of deterioratisaon nI I("I'IIREf SAYS PROF. STIIA ISS
tother."_____
(Continued from page 1) Although the speech was aimed at Evoluion of Nallm.t is Outlined in
the race by combining nature and nor. every class. a disrect appeal wao made 'Jais ason"Present Tendencies
tore, heredity and environment ins the to young semen. "Do not marry a tlrau.
proper proportione. The itecture was maso with bad habitosowith fli; hope of____
of a popular nature, treating many dif- reforming him," said the speaker, "If "Tise most living art is the motion
ficult scientific problems in a manner yee ever succeedl in this attempt whichpitrsadPo.LA.Sausna
which was easilyunoderstood as well as jmost fregsuently fails, you wili bearPeture "idProf. we A.tStrsis linsr
entertaining. children, who repeat faults of their ro etra feno."ti h
In making hsis appteal, Dr. Vaughan fat1her. foe't marry a manesinless y0ou elemental drie'maisnd the preseat ds y
said, "Every normsal indiv iual freeswishisyour eihildren itoie like hsim." iiiwilt\ 0( owl osuyi.
untainted stock should prepare for the Copies of the lecture msay he oh- In his talk ons"The Present Tendencies
resp~onsibility of parenthood. Some tained at the office of the secretary of 5 h rm"tesekrbifynt
ure infinenced by the hope nf personal the mnedical detparteet. hined the evoluition of the draiia, plac-
immorality; some may be led to right ---_inIbenttepintinhic prsen
living by rewards promised in another seisi tte'lti hc rsn
and better world; some may he re- Cameras to reist, 1t censts per day, dramsatic iprodioienes has its birth.
at Ileppe's, tt9 E. LibertySt. 'use stramaflourished most chen
strained from evil by the fear of eter-il a i t ek. d h iekr
nal punishment, but all should knocwlite s alitsiabeans s sid testiltker.
that each generation begets toe susc- Microsconpical and alt LaboratoryIseetli'rseraasasceko
ceeding one, anid that like breeds like ;iSupplies at Quarry's Drug Store. ft

FOR THE
F L - f GLORIOUS FOURTH
ansd all tse reisaindler of (lie
summers c our iliw cut shoes are
f moosecs of cool consfort ansi font-
s5r< wear elegance. They arc made on
I special lasts, nt on high shoe
..lasit s lctowsn. That umeans a
perfect fit withsoitstlippiisg at the
m heel. Coise ,aiis try on a few
i pirs'Try ensme iii all leathers
and atall prices.
/ Headquarters tar
PINGREE MADE SHOES
GILMi ORE SHOE COMPANY
119 South Main Street

WHITE 'STAR LINE WIAP E FOOT O0 GIStlWOL
RET, ETtPItT
Fr a Delightul All Day Outing un t,e ieastiful . e'Sir ic
r tktliiesi auss c"''asitt"axy tssoruings'sss,,,s~iuyse noirarc
tisisatu' adyisPortH rn $rs5 a'i itoshn ioark, hoi' ct,,
we ~ek-as , 5sSo,,,days; foc r : i~nd ascin,,,searr "iwaa"
-lares Diinoft'aily.ii8:30,sa. i., retuns t o Deroi 715p, n. owfare
- -^ Sundays o ee dray osa
_ ~Fran Afternoon Ride to't. sCi Fats, aatooiPacro or
on rack or campu depends on the isi-t10the
minute fitness of proier trainulng Mk
a Iart ef the ssem.o, t ill iihelp se rs'ito ptrelsieasitd sd o s o eto
besides, A elhfual, delicius bsevege -i!o life a'ct_,r
Delicious - efresh n
Thirst- 0 O .'.nf,
Demsand list Geesiss -r fcfise fSsisstufeS
Wheneer THlE COCA." 0T_1 pC),
Acusee.a A t in'~ _e
oft Coca-tCola ' N.
Michigan Souvenirs
SEALS, WATCH FOBS, STEINS, Etc., Etc.
Also Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing.
Hailer Jewelry Co.
Telephone 534 308 South State Street
The New Catalogue
OF THE
University of Michigan
IN NOW READY
Complete Informaion concerning seven departmets:
Collegiate, Engineering, Medicine,
Law, Pharmacy, Homeopathy,
Dentistry and the Graduate Depart-
ment and the Summer Session.
Special Courses in Forestry, Newspaper
Work, Landscape Design, Higher Commercial
Education, including Railway Administration
and Insurance, Architecture, Conservation
Engineering, Pedagogy (afiliated with Ann
Arbor Schools for Observation Study), and a
course for those preparing for the scientific
administration of departments of sanitation
and public health.
For Copy of Catalogue, Special Announcement, or
Individual Information, address
SHIRLEY W. SMITH
Secretary University A NN A RBO0R

use ninteenth censtury because that
peritd'sas an age of science and eve-'
lustion.
'list advenst of Ibsessnmarsekass epoch
ini the dramass" said Prof. Strauss. "He
saw0 te ls iiessoefosodersi society and
muosded his art to fit his thoieit."
Tfogether with lbsesismo, mysticiesm
cat plasedsi is'n important element to
the draest of today. Its greatest die-
etipie is Maetierlinck, "the Blgian
lSakespeare."1Both Ibsenisosasid nmys-
ticisn were shown to play parts iii the
mcakinig of the drama of fist twentieth
censtury, shich the speaker said couldl
be a great century in this particular.
'Ns Clsisses Neet Tens1orraw,.
No classes trill he held tomorrowe,
althsough a test of the tans professors
have expressedi their desire that the
clases meet on the 4th to nauke up
for stork sisesedi commsencemoesittweek.
feirlter IEducation Prof. visits (City,
Pref. Chsarles Hughes Johnsoo, for-
oserly' instructor in the department of
eduscatioss here, and fec the past three
yeairscteans of that departosent to the
tiiversity of Kansasi' at presetthfis
guest of Prof. C. 0. Davis iniiss city.
Prof. Johnonshlis recently beess up-
piointed to aimiiportanst position in fist
depatrtmsenst of eduscatioss ini flitUniver-
sity of Illinsois.
ftl'cli 31,1Ltt eaves fot' East.
'ref. Jacob Heighard of the zoolosy
departmsent' leaves today for Wootle
Hdole, :Muse., wtrethe twill etagin t
toork in the labhoraitory of the Btureau
of Fioseries, Departmenst of Agricul-
ture, duissnsg the sumsmer.
Gilbert's Chocolates always fresh at
Quarry Drug Co.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
LEONARD A. BARRETT,
Minlise
Morning Service 10:30
SUBJECT
cif I will that he tarry till I came,
what is that to thee? Fallow thou
Me,''

is

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
WS1 IN '.TIlS COlUMIN 9MU.ST lii'
PAIl) FOE, IN AIIANCE.
Hurst fitted for Autoosobile. Coodin-
,atioss. Lees than sne block from
anspis. Issquire 516 E. MadisonsSt.,
hoist 288-L. 1-9 1

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MAJESTIC
FtILS DARo
PHOTO PLAYS
CONTINUOUS SHOW 7iTO lO P. M.
MATINEE
WEDNESDAY O NL Y

lsstnted-T-lo buy si dotible declker triosnJJA LL SEATS 10 CTS .I
best. Cali 718 S. Ingails, or phsone ______________________
1915. 1-2
We canss ell or resit lotssnything H S O R S
you ant Cal Whtne Reaty o.,The Finest nBtlard Rotm in the State.
you ais. Cal Witisy R tit Lu CtGARS and CANDtES.
210 N. State St., P'hone 1134-J. ft
-_ ___- "We Try to Treat You Rtght"
Quarry's Heist Store, corner State
saud No. University Ave., swhers you
will find anything in Drugs and Pro- COUSINS & HALL
scriptin snupplies. FLORISTS
Car. S.University ad Twelfth Street
Suits gleaned and pressed, 75ce Pul- Telephone I115
her & O'Connor, 619 E. Willisans St. ft
Call 15 for taxi. tf. F ~ e~

First ciass shoe repairing Modern
Shot Repair Shop. till N, William St.
tf.
Fuller & OCoisnor Tailors. 619 N.
William St. tf.
Charcoal Grilled Porterhouse Steaks.
Dessinser's Grill. 113 W. Huiron St.,
upstairs. Opp. Interurban Station. tft.
Rubber Sole Oxfords, all styles, at
Canmpus Bootery. 208 5. Stt Sftft.
Call 15 for baggage checked from
house to destination. tf.
Rfubber Sole Oxfords, alt styles, at
Camspus Bootery. 200 5. Staft SL. ft.

A C entleman
Iby the
I Cleanliness of
His Linen"
Ifnaouwaisnt ts tisi
The City Laundry
Till, ROWE, Prop. 404-406 DieritStieel
C. H. BROCK
HACK, BAGGAGE & LIVERY
Two Grad Saddlers
Phone 348 118 N. Fourth Ave.
We Make Old Hats New
Allikis Clemiandadtiloued.
The Best Shoe Shine Shop
NEXT TO WAGNER'S

Call 15 for taxi.

tfo

:,

For promipt and most satisfactory
work bring your filins to Hoppe.isho-
tographser, 619 N.iberty St. tf

WE PRESS BY HAND
C. I. KIDD
Phone 15311J 1112 S. Univ. Ave.
DRY AND STEAM CLEANING
THIS WAY you Summer Students-Come around for a LUNCH
that is a LUNCH
'trA1 1 CR F 1x. Corner of Monroe
i 7 and Thayer SIts.
A full line of
jTobacco and Cigarettes. Hi1gh Grade Confections and Fruit.

LYNDON, PHOTOG RAPH ER
Ann Arbor's Headquarters for Kodaks, Cameras and Photo Supplies
I Iuake a specialty of Developing, Printing sod ELnlargisng for Amateurs-by Mxodern
methods, This has been my business for nine years and it has increased every day-only results
will do this and so whenever you want aisything photographic look for the sign of she kcdak-
that's where things move.
L YN DO0N

719 North University

Kodaks for Rent, 10c per day

P. Jj IL

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