T H E W O L V E R I N E
TRY T R U BE Y'S ICE CREAM
Also Martha Washington and
116 S. Main St. Phone 166
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
MAYNARD STREET. ANN ARBOR
Special Summer Session
June 30-August 22
All Branches of Music
For Catalogue or Information, call at offie,
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary
Capital, $ sod ed P r$ us, $to.ooo-t
Unide roit st, $20,000t0
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Safe Ban n sCures atr >nts of ours
Csttmers is Otis Wthord.
3 per centInterest in our Savings Department
Varsity Toggery Shop
1107 S.University Ave.
LAW AND MEDICAL
NEW AND SECOND-HAND
Text Laboratory Books
CASH OR EXCHANGE FOR
YOUR OLD BOOKS
LARGEST STOCK IN MICHIGAN
C. E. Barthell
326S. State Sreet Tel. 61 L
" The Arcadia"
During Summer Session
Regular Prices $3.50-$4.00
BRENNAN-MORROW, 612 E. Liberty, Phone 164
The Tobacco Shop & Billiard Hall
The Place for Summer School
118- 120 E. Liberty Street
S.H. WILD CO.
311 S. State St.
Carry the Largest Line of Wool-
ens in ihe city. Satisfaction
guaranteed. We cater to those
who want the best.
All work made in this city.
311 S. State St.
The official newspaper of the sum-
mer session of the University of Mich-
igan, published by the students, Tues-
day, Thursday and Saturday after-
Address-The Wolverine, Press Bldg.,
Maynard St., Ann Arbor, Mich.
Office Hours-1:00 to 2:30 p. m., daily.
Subscription Rates-By carrier, seven-
ty-five cents for the summer; mailed
to any address for one dollar.
Advertising Rates-Furnished upon
application to the business manager.
1,500 students; 22,000 townspeople.
Louis P. Haller--Managing Editor.
William A. tart-Business Manager.
Gordon Davies-News Editor.
Y. F. Jabin Hsu. Leo N. Burnett.
George M. Curtis. Earl Crossman.
Sam L. Adelsdorf. J. J. Reighard.
John R. Ober. Charles C. Webber.
Walter W. Watson. C. E. Jamison.
F. J. Hoffmeister. Reuben Peterson.
Cyrus J. Goodrich. C. B. Hughes.
Howard V. Devree. Guy Wells.
Henry S. Parsons, Asst. Bus. Manager.
Fred W. Marble. Louis Rabe.
Subscriptions and ads taken at
Quarry's, Cushing's, and South Uni-
SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1913.
The Directory Extra.
For the benefit of those who wish to
make use of the Wolverine directory,
we intend to publish a directory extra
Monday. We do this so that the direc-
tory will make its final bow before the
close of the summer school.
There are always some who are dis-
satisfied with any arrangement, so
we wish to give warning in advance
that news will be scarcer than ever
in this issue. It is not that we could
not fill our columns with reading mat-
ter if we chose to do so, though the
Lord and reporters know that news
is scarce enough around here. We
are simply making an extra effort to
get the directory out in time for it to
be of some use, and we do it with
malice aforethought, at the expense of
any news which wishes to appear in
July 12, 9:30-10:15 p. m.-Visitors'
night at the astronomical observa-
tory. Admissiotn by ticket only.
July 14, 5:00 p. m.-"The Number Con-
cept." Professor Ford. West lec-
ture room of the physical laboratory.
9:30-10:15 p. m.-Visitors' night at
the astronomical laboratory. Ad-
mission by ticket only.
July 15, 5:00 p. m.-"Some Scientific
Paradoxes." Illustrated lecture by
Professor W. D. Henderson. West
lecture room of the physical labora-
8:00 p. m.-"The Rights of the Un-
born Child." Dr. Reuben Peterson.
West amphitheater of the Medical
Foreigners Gather to Get Acquainted.
A get-together meeting of the Cos-
mopolitan club will be held tonight at
7:30 o'clock in the Cerrle Francais
rooms in the north wing of University
hall. All foreign students in the sum-
mer session are invited to attend and
get acquainted. A short musical pro-
gram will be presented and several
talks will also be given by members
of the club.
fAlESTIC rHEATER WILL SHOW
EDISON'S TALKING PICTURE S.
Manager Arthur Lane of the Majestic
theater, has secured the exclusiTe
right to show Thos. A. Edison's talk-
ing motion pictures in Ann Arbor, be-
ginning on Monday night and con-
tinuing throughout the week. Real
life in all its phases will be repro-
duced, and photo-plays will pivture
complete operas. The apparatus con-
trolling sound is a very delicate one,
and requires the most careful opera-
BEING MADE ON CAMPUS.
Work on Sidewalks, Cess Pool,'Curb-
ing and Buildings Progressing
This summer session is witnessing
the most extensive improvements made
on the campus in recent years. The
structural work on the new power
house in the "cat hole" is rapidly
nearing completion, the 175 foot chim-
ney is already completed and some of
the brick has been laid for the walls.
In the "cat hole" and east of the gym-
nasium the heating plant tunnel is
progressing rapidly, and the excava-
tion for the connecting link across the
grounds of the Homeopathic hospital
is being rushed. South of the gym-
nasium, where the tunnel will turn
Wednesday, JUL 16th
The District Attorney's
ADMISSION 10 CTS.
C. H. BROCK
HACK, BAGGAGE & LIVERY
Two Good Saddlers
Phone 348 116 N. Fourth Ave.
DAVIS& OH LINGER
Deliveries made when promised
109 E. Washington Street
DeFries Art Store
PICTURES AND FRAMING
223 SOUTH MAIN STREET
Bring Around a List
of Your Wants
It doesn't matter what you
want in Second - Hand
Text - Books, we have
then for any department of
the University, and at the
right prices. The best stock
of Engineering Sup-
plies and Loose Leaf
Note Books. The best
Fountain Pens for $t .oo each.
All kinds of second -hand
books bought, sold and ex-
MAKE OUR STORE YOUR MEETING PLACE
The Finest Billiard Room in the State.
CIGARS and CANDIES.
"We Try to Treat You Right"
COUSINS, & HALL
Cor. S. University and Twelfth Street
west and connect with the substation
between Waterman gymnasium and We Make Old Hats New
the Medical building, there still re-
maain a few feet to be excavated, bitt Alt kinds Cteaiet 1ntlsced .
no difficulty is to be expected here and The Best Shoe Shine Shop
the work should soon be completed. NEXT TO WACNER'S
At the southwe t corner of the cam-
pus cesspool is teing constructed to
drain that section of the campus and THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
prevent the accumulation of water in C pitlt ......$3ooo.o
the basement of the Memorial build- Resourcesi............... t...... $3,ooo ooo.oo
ing. New concrete curbing along the Transacts a Genee ralanking Business
3persrent intererst paid onaSavixegslDeposits.
street car tracks on State street, the your Business solicited.
repairing of the sidewalks in front w. h as Eitax, vie rs.,cstl. SaFritzACass'
of University hall, together with the Cash'r, Wm. Wale, Asst. Cash'r Savings Dept.
razing of the chimney of the ancient
powerhouse will add materially to the RED RUBBER SOLES
beauty of the campus.
It is expected that ground will soon Put on Any Shoes at
be broken for the new Science build- 0. 6. ANDRES, 222 S. State Street
ing and the new residence halls.
CALL TAXI 1550 '"On Call Day or Night
uto and Baggage Livery
Ann Arbor Taxicab Co., 300 N. Main St.
ys Vctory Celebration
All Stnemer atPIn-Bay!
$1,000,000 err y eias
DOUBLE DAILY STEAMER SERVICE
Daily Put-in-Bay Excursions. Round trip week days 6ic, .u.am!hys 75e.
Steamer "Put-in-Bay" (New), 4000 passenger capacity, Largest danrisg
deck on the Lakes, Continuous music, Ocean steamer chairs, Private parlors,
Commodious dining and lunch rooms. Fast steel steamer "Frank E. Kirby."
Double daily service now in operation to Put-in-Bay and Cedar Point-World-
famous bathing beaches, historic caves and mammoth hotels. Daily to Cleveland
8:30 a. m., via Put-in-bay, $1.25 each way. Steamer "Put-in-Bay" leaves
Detroit daily at 8:30 A. M. Steamer "Frank E. Kirby" leaves Detroit week
days at 5:00 p. m.
Daylight Trips to Cleveland $1.25 (Way)
WriteforFolder ASHLEY & DUSTIN
4 12 O.S. Dustro.P.At
"You can tell
If you want the best that is
done, go to
The City Laundry E
THOS. ROWE, Prop. 404-406 Detroit Street
State cor. Huron
R. S. LORINC, Minister
SUBJECT JULY 13
Liberal Religion and
the American Spirit
Both religion and government
are affected by the American
belief that men are capable of rul-
ing and thinking for themselve-s.
To help the masses to rule better
than any king and worship better
than any church requires much
work, butis worth doing.
109 S. Main Street
BEST ICE CREAM
109 S. Main Street
unTivepE s fc
11)0 U s C
Across From Majestic
AS - - l~ IGE NEj ^p ,,, r®Y i - N- ititittttt