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UNIVERSITY SCHOL OF MUSIC
MAYNARD STREET. ANN ARBOR
Regular Fall Term
Sept. 29-Feb. 7
All Branches of Music
For Catalogue or information, call at offica,'
CHARLES A. SINK, Secre'ary
Capital,$t',o .e r Surpls, $5.nooco
iHE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Sae natgkiga teateint of our
C., a s Os,' W ithnord.
3 par asnt Inaerast in our Saings Department
Varsity Toggery Shop
1107 S.Ualver.1iy Ave.
LAW AND MEDICAL
NEW AND SECON=HAND
Text Laboratory Books
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During Summer Session
Regular Prices $3.50-$4.00
BRENNAN-MORROW, 612 E. Liberty, Phond 164
The Tobacco Shop & Billiard Hall
The Place r Summer Schol
118-120 E. Liberty Street
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 W OLVERINE We sat on the hard seats with a
whole row of cubs,- the kind you don't
The official newspaper of the sum- have to pay to see,-and we munched
mer session of the University of Mich- peanuts thoughtfully, and recreated
igan, published by the students, Tues- hard. We wish that circuses came of1-
day, Thursday and Saturday after- tenet.
noons. -- -
Address-The Wolverine, Press Bldg.,
Maynard St., Ann Arbor, Mich. CALENDAR R
Office Hours-1:00 to 2:30 p. m., daily.
Phone 960. July 21, 5:00 p. m.-"Some Curious
Subscription Rates-By carrier, seven- Contracts." Professor Joseph H.
ty-five cents for the summer; mailed Drake. West lecture room of the
to ay address for one dollar, physical laboratory.
Advertising Rates-Furnished upon July 22, 5:00 p. in.-"Shakespeare's
application to the business manager. England." Illustrated lecture by
1,500 students; 22,000 townspeople. Dr. H. S. Mallory. West lecture
room of the physical laboratory.
Louis P. Haller-Managing Editor. 8:00 p. m.-"Common Ear, Nose and
Phone-1016. Throat Diseases, in their Relation
'iliam A. tlart--Business Manager. to General Health." Dr. R. B. Can-
Phone-357. field. West amphitheater of the
Gordon Davies-News Editor. medical building.
NEWS STAFF. SURVEYORS TAKE MEASURE
Issue Editors. OF TOPINABEE RESORTERS,
Y. F. Jabin Hsu. L'o N. Burnett.
Reporters. League Formed by Seven Surveying
teorge M. Curtis. Earl Crossman. Parties and One of Faculty
Sam L. Adelsdorf. J. J. Reighard. Members.
John R. Ober. Charles C. Webber.
waitr w.w ason. u. . j misn.' Baseball occupies the center of the
2. J. Hoffmeister. Reuben Peterson. stage at Camp Bogardus. A league
Cyrus J. Coodrich. C. B. Hughes. has been formed by seven surveying
Howard . Devree. Cy W . parties at the camp, and the faculty
M0. Mack Ryan Leo 2. Wykkeli has brought the number up to eight by
S. W. Robinon S. A. Oppenheimer also entering a team to contend for
Bus:ne.ss Safi, the pennant.
Henry S. Parsons, Asst. Bus. Manager. The first game resulted in an over-
Fred W. Marble. Louis Rabe. whelming victory for the professors,
by thse score of 22 to 9. They were
Subscriptions and ads taken at lesstfortunate in the second game how-
Quarry's, Cushing's, and South Uni- ever, and Brodie, the star twirler for
versity Pharmacy. the teachers was forced to taste de-
feat to the tune of 16 to 8.
1ssrc Editor-Y, F. Jabin isu. A star team chosen from all those in
the camp league journeyed to Topin-
abee Saturday to play the resorters.
A large crowd of Topinabee support-
SATURDAY JULY 19, 1913. ers were present to cheer on their
'team, but "Swede" Mueller proved to
THE CIRCUS. be invincible, and the engineers romp-
ed away with the game by the score
Well, did you see the circus,' We:iof 9to 1.
w enc. o o1
And we enjoyed ourselves. We had
some trouble from keeping our staff CAMPUS PUBLICATION NOT
from going astray, and if our esteemed TO BE FORCED TO MOVE BY
contemporary, the Ann Arbor Daily NEW LOCATION OF N. E, A.
Sneeze has scooped us (again) it is be--
cause we did not wholly succeed in The Wolverine, Michigan Daily and
this. The sporting editor became ab- Michiganensian will not be forced to
sorbed in looking over the blooded ele- move when the headquarters of the
phants. The dramatic editor was a tri- National Educational Association are
fle too much interested in some of established in the Press Building next
thest vonderful women who rode August.
around the ring on spirited horses,- The rooms now occupied by the
our dramatic editor is rather prone to Tyler-Keystone, the Monks, Druids
this sort of thing; that's why he is and Sphinx will be given over to the
such a good dramatic editor. And N. E. A., and the large basement room
the business manager was nearly ar- will be used for storing the proceed-
rested for trying to solve the problem ings and records of the association.
of getting into the big tent without de-
pleting the pile in the coffers of The Rubber Sole Oxfords, all styles, at
Wolver ne. Campus Bootery. 208 S. State St. tf.
FACULTY MEN ANl ST.''DEN'TS
COMPETE IN GOLF T'OI'RNAMEN'T.
With the first round of match play
taking place this week, the Ann Arbor
Golf Club is holding its annual sum-
mer handicap tournament. Over 30
players, including many from the fac-
ulty and student body are entered in
competition for the trophies.
The summer tennis tournament, un-
der the direction of Dr. A. O. l ee, of
the engineering department, will be
held later in the season.
State cor. Huron
R. S. LORING, Minister
SUBJECT JULY 20, AT 10:30
Modern Pedagogy and
Modern education seeks to un-
fold the natural goodness of the
child; it highly values nature
study and science; it stands for
manual training and social service.
Parallel changes in our religious
views of salvation as social, of
nature as trustworthy, of man as
good, are much needed.
T E M P LE
Wednesday, JULY 23rd
"Love and War
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We carry tfill lines of Spal
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make of Athletic Goods in
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Cor. S. University and Twelfth Street
We Make Old Hats New
All kinds Cleaned and1 loked.
The Best Shoe Shine Shop
NEXT TO WACNER'S
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capiual .... ... ........ . $3co,oco.oo
Surpls acid Undivided P rofits,".~uo
Resurces ............. $3,0co,sts,0s
Transaects a General Banking Business
3 per cent interest paid on Savings Deposits.
Your Business solicited.
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THE ANN ARBOR
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OpenEvery. Day Except Sunday
9:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M.
For Ladies and Gentlemen
Tuesday and Friday Forenoons for Ladies Only
The Pool is Fed With Cool
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ifo r "t amin
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S The Gar oyle
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