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The Wolverine, 1913-06-24

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THiiE W 0 L V E R I N E

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TRY T R U BEY' S ICE CREAM
Also Martha Washington and
Crane's Candies
116 S. Main St. Phone 166
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
MAYNARD STREET. ANN ARBOR
Special Summer Session
June 30-August 22
All Branches at Music
Per Catalegue or ifrmation, call at oflice
or address
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary
Capital, $too,ooo.o Surpies, SMosaic~
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANI
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Sae Batkingeand Corteous Tratlet otfs out
Csoaetrsis rWatchwortd.
3 per cent Interest in our Savings Deputmee,
Gents' Furnishings
Varsity Toggery Shop
11117 S. Universiy Ave.
Summer School Books
LAW AND MEDICAL
New sod Second Haed, For Sate and tor Re
Anson's Coats.
Williste's CasereCentracts.
Blatose'sComeenttaries.
GratysCasee leapelty.
Beusdicks Terts.
. Caes ot s.
Bunek's Blts and tNotes..
'< Cases Bills atttl es.
Celey's ConstitutalawIsa.
McClain's Cases Consutittioaaw ee.
Wilges' CaesCorperatieots.
Mectean d Gilbet'alt Casas Dataes.
Benker' as~esoSuetyshtip.
Wahburnt's Reat Property.
Tirtlettact Reel Property.
Htopis' Real Patipeety.
McMaste'starrg. & Reg. Commeaciaritater
Nertons Bills aed Notes.
DanielasNegotiable anstauenat.
Cooley's Cotttitutioeal ILimtitatiotns.
M ashallas Corpoataios.
StigwickO tDaages.
Haule' Dmas.
Stetacns' Suaetyshtip.
ChildasSuraetyship.
PinugreytsSutretyshtip,
LAW DICTIONARWSi.
Owen's Lawe Quizers.
Haight'sQuesatios andttAntswers.
Ptneay'asaCsatia .
LirestaLine ef Laut and Llel lalttitt itD
Michtigtan. 1O1d1 iitititItentisEzeiiaetge.
C. E. BARTHELL
Law and Medical Publisher and Bookseller
Tel. 761 "L 326 5. State Street

T H E 'W®LVE EN Bof Wait tig Loo, atnd let Cthenmenjoy
_________________________________ theCiichtiiottsey that- you used to like
1 so intIa. Pit ot itr head, or perhaps
'The official nesperlsi of te suts-
mer cession of te niviersity ot Mich-. just use eniiiof your nose, in at the ii-
teas, iulisiedbythestolests ~ brary door, stud shedder at the mem-
igan pulishd b thestuentsTu soies it brinlis Co yoo. Roo over to
0duty, TiTitrodaystndsiStuttrslty titter- ts tsUnion, aid see isows'it lisa growna.
50515* iiSiea down a side street to Joesand-
Address-The \Wolverine, tress Bldsgitheorienstisist don't slay too long.
Maynard St., Ann tAribor', Micls. Go everyswhiere, see everybody, and
Oftice Ilocrs-1 :00 tt 2:30 p. itt., sily. iavthe e best seeckseyer.
ithonse 960.
STTItW'.NS N AlE I) M)ANA CE
Subscription iBtes-Biy carrier, seeni- NET ', Ri'S PLlIWATL'ONSv
tfive rents Cur the su-mynuer; mtilted
toanuy add 'ss for one dioliar. Mieetinigfor the last time this year
Advertiosig its-Furssisesi itponts isheoalid iiicontrol ot studenst isibli-
applicattion Co tse busintess manager. cationts nissse 'appointmetnts Co the edi-
g 1:0500 siudetnts; 22,010townispeoptie.lstit itanI busintess mtntagerslsips of
stcapus pititontsstid satirtioned
_ Loris P. Hller--Il ligitig Ediltr. 1 otis' nisw periodical.
Phone-1549-J. Robert t. Sturtevani, '14, is to be
M iliatL a, trt-lIisincess llcaygei'. mattagintg editor and Joun t. Lippin-
Phone37 colt, '14, busintess tmanager of the 1914
Go'rdon ativ1ies-Newes Eie itor. A] . sanniso Lester T. Rsn
Roen us '14n ggeditor, and Her-
Sutbscriistionssslid ds ae ha ertlose, 14, business umanager of
Quarry's, Cushsing's, tntuSosuthi'Uii TiiiGargoyie'; Willianm Mart buio-
versity' Piharnmacy.nss maager'" f Tue QWol'erinse, in
isacs ofl H iiolos McCormtick who re-
Issue Editor-C. S ,lohnson. sigined ott 'trounit of il health. M~ax
E. Wiliamts -sets sppointed buisittess
mnagser ofthue 1914 student directory.
Tisa board gave its sansetion to Cbe
TUESDAY, JUNE' 24, 1913, toptosed Cosmeopolitan Club mags-
________________________________ zine.C Thispuabication wili ho issued
'Oby te'tMichi"'an CosmopolitnnClub
bli) 11111'iiSllil ttotry 11 utiiifolithelii d sislliiihi.devoted to the ittrests of
biisitiesasStaff of the 11,aleile call us te foreignistuien~its ofthCie uiversity.
filte Press Ilelihin or1 liane lice li- iit a iw iapar asonthly'atnd awili be
it ness Manatger. unde4r the editorship of Fred B. Foulk,
A .speciial editioinof't Ii a Wo lvercie ______________
wilt be puibtishied 1'I'lii'sila , moIlilll'e, ('It4 D5 'T)O'('01111 ACK" IN
11111will hb. ctcsileinieiaitilI iiI l 111111P11111' I NCE.
te KCotiBi(ilCII ettexerises. ____
lT'e gradutes of the cilisses of '08,
WI eccii it9,'i0, anti 'iiswiil attetmpt to "conse
Thsere arce o ikys isa Ciii'city ol buaciaissatrross inia tree vaudevilie
Ants Arbor. Wi'oolste ciy gtess'shioswtohi' giventsin Sarah Caswel
off their hingtesi yeassa'ostassIsolid ii iit chli fer the dedicatioca of the
them ior serapsirson.As fsr the dotors' CJliiaudistosrint.
twch.sonrs hartredIhianity tfnoms Thes programtill iibe sntappy, and the
plaris witihin the iouwna trotsd o01.cress ugens f oethe troupe retuse to
thoutsatnds of stuidents 'ntalwseiiopl give out use tnes of the iterformers
watchedtheissingo upiin lms a.t helotrisearthCtat the crowvds attracted
celebrattots ofte first capsiht.tYoit esosld ntsbe itaetscasre of.
are waelconme everywahirejots old Thurbitlilet feature Michigan's own
grtids, just its yen aliasy',stiers. lsirry' Lauder, the Alumnio Glee Club,
It ybu care to go ot a atlk, ton seAs Breaths ofIJaan, te alsking Piano,
remtember those attracte b aioulevardis, the Whitstlitng Gtrl, and the Alumni
sithb Ciscbetnches conve'nientlyi' arean-fi:Lasiaolta Club.
edi at dtscrete ttnterasls SO thatyost --
rcanstit and watch the stasrs itidisttttb Acill nlli Retilrnl for Col'cccneccenecULt
ed : curtly you hate not forgottent
Cstat! Or, it yeuasritnot so abisutrdly Amoguse alumtsni sack for com-
rics antiprsertoasts hit sitsite' be- tiettettiett ace Carl Freedmasn, '91,
coime Coo tiortly soil dignified toer'a islt ownter slid Isiseditorial writer of
csanoe, sac ommenitd tseriser. We te Iteffulo Expiress; Otilen IHarman,
regrestCo sty that the bosomtsof1thei '85L, of Pittssburg; Johti Van Arsdale,
tmightty H-uront is it prsent jest a vie '911'Buf'o;D. Frederick T. Wrtght
trifle enaitedibutC se are prayti'g ; of Dolass, Artz., 'fi6, 'fi0M, asnd Arthutr
that it stay rsaiin the sortht so thal Abbott, '09,'il., of Los Angeles, Cal.
go ateisy isase a chanscesto tregaitny our
slit dexterity switisht'e paddle. Suits Pressetd, 2ie, Patnts ific. Fuller
'l ake tetatmiysap to the:tatradise , & OConnor,tilt E. 'Williamt-St.t.

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Wednesday, June 25
Feature Films
Through
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IAdnmissionlO0Centsj
DAVIS &OH LINGER
Prompt
Printers
Deieismade when promised
Phone 432"J
19E. Washington Street
IANY CLASSES W'ILL 11011)
REUN'IO-N IIERS AT UNION.
Numerous classes returning to Atn
Arbor toe reunions during cotmmentce-
ment week, will take advantage of
the oppertunities offered by the Mich-
igatn Union for holding class luncheons
ssnd other get-togethers. he TUniota
has already arranged to entertain
members of former classes as fol-
lows:
June 24, '00, '09, 'i10, '11, class smsok-
eec; Jatne 25, 'filL, breakfast; '08E2,
breakfst; '09, luncheon, Alumsni Ad-
visory hoard luncheon; '08, lutncheoni;
'09k', luncheont; 'OiL, luncheon; '10:10,
luttcheots; '72, dinner; '78, dinnuer; 'i10
and 'ii, dinner.
J'altgehDance.
Tomorrown night (Wed.) at Grsts-
gee's, 9-12 p. m. 50c per couple. 1
Pictures and pot cards of all cam-
pus buildings can he he found at
Hoppe's, ti61.9 .Liberty. i-3.
Call 15 for baggage checked trout
house to destination. f.
Gilbert's Chocolates always fresh at
Quarry Drug Co.

SUMMER SESSION
STIIDENTS-
Bring Around a List
of Your Wants
It doesnt ttuatter what yost
jwanst itt Second - Hland
Text - Bookse we htave
themu for any departmnent of
the Ulniversity', atid at te
rightl prices. The best stork
of Engineering S up-
plies saud Loose Leaf
Note Books. The best
Fouttlain Pens foer$t3.00 cact,
All kinids of second -hIanud
books botuglht, sold and ex-
changed, at
W AIIR S
University Bookstore
MIKE OUR 11O1E YOll METING PLCE
2The
Palai'sRoa
304 S. Main St.
Has just received a ship.
ment of rarest Italian Ware,
also a large line of oddities
in
Japanese
China, and
German Ware
These novelties are for
inspection by the Summer
Students.
COME AND SEE US
The Palais Royial
304 S. Main St.

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CALL AXI 1o andlBaggage'Livery
Ann Arbor Taxicab Co., 300 N. Main St.

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ca Th Arca ia "THE ANN ARBOR SA VINGSANK
Capitl.. .. .. . .. ... s. ss.rc .0
School StudentsPrtfito....sea talus..
OPEN Summer Scoo, tuens!.s
During Summer SessionW aeAl orWns Tresacs u GneaI Haning Mucness
Regular Prices $3.0-$4-00 Yot, Buisuss Soicistd.5
BRENNAN-MORROW, 612 E. Liberty, Phne 14 TEN COLLEGE MEN who would like to earn Note Books Cas.it,-r, n,>itciuaeusFfts. Ceeut
from $100 to $200 per month during the Stationery ~~~~~~~~Castue, a an.4'caucli, I eCst,',Sasitailnngst.eTbcoSo iladHl ume ots rt niersSple
Th oac hp&BlirHal Smemots Wie ETC., ETC.I RED RUBBER SOLES
The Place lor Summer Shol THE S. WEBSTER STONE CO., STUDENTS' SUPPLY STORE Put oni Any Shoes at
Studentso Murray Building GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. l tIIi SOUTH UNIVERSITY AVE. 0o._6.ANDRES, 222 S. State Street
118 -120 E. Liberty Street _____________________ _________

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B H. WILD CO
311 5. State St.
Carry the Largest Line of Wool-
ens in ihe city. Satisfaction
guaranteed. We cater to those
who want the best.
SUMMER STYLES
A SPECIALTY
Established 1888.
All work made in this city.
SO H. WILD CO.
311 5. State St.

SUSAR BOWL
109 5. Main Street
BEST ICE CREAM
SWEETEST CANDY
PROMPT. SERVICE
S USAR BOWL
109 5. Main Street
Phone 967

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