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July 22, 1913 - Image 2

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The Wolverine, 1913-07-22

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T H E W O LV E R I N E

TRY T R U BE Y'S ICE CREAM
Also Martha Washington and
Crane's Candies
116 S. Main St. Phone 168
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
MAYNARD STREET. ANN ARBOR
Regular Fall Term
Sept. 29-Feb. 7
All Branches of Music
For Catalogue or information, call at office'
or address
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary

T HE W OLVERINE Edoes not fall in with the ideas he has
already formed as to the method or
The official newspaper of the sum- result; and the woman with ten years
mer session of the University of Mich- experience behind her refuses even
igan, published by the students, Tues- i ore flatly to listen to what does not
day, Thursday and Saturday after- agree with her notions.
pioons. This does not purport to be a bureau
7cr the conversion of backward univer-
Address-The Wolverine, Press Bldg., sity professors, but is a school offer-
Maynard St., Ann Arbor, Mich, ing splendid opportunities to those
Office Hours-1:00 to 2:30 p. m., daily, who are wcilling, to permit the-aselves
Phone 960. to be taught. Would not a sL ghtiy'
geater degree of open-mindedness be
Subscription Rates-By carrier, seven- decidedly preferable to a refusal to lis-
ty-five cents for the summer; mailed ten to advice, argument or instruction?
to any address for one dollar. _
Advertising Rates-Furnished upon
application to the business manager.,

1,500 students; 22,000 townspeople.
Louis P. Haller-lanaging Editor.
Phione-1016.
Wiiim A. Iart-Business Manager.
Phone-357.
Gordon Davies-News Editor.
NEWS STAFF.
Issue Editors.
Y. F. Jabin 1:u. Lso N. Burnett.
Rpal-rters,
Ceorge M. Curtis. Earl Crossman.
Sam L. Adelsdorf. J. J. Reighard.
John R. Ober. Charles C. Webber.
Walter W. Watson. C. E. Jamison.
F. J. offtmeister. Reuben Peterson.
Cyrus J. Coodrich. C. B. Hu >hes.

CALENDAR
July 22, 5:00 p. m.--"Shakespeare's
England." Illustrated lecture by
Dr. H. S. Mallory. West lecture
room of the physical laboratory.
8:00 p. m.-"Common Ear, Nose and
Throat Diseases, in their Relation
to General Health." Dr. R. B. Can-
field. West amphitheater of the
medical building.
July 23, 5:00 p.m.-"Reason and Com-
mon Sense." Assistant Professor
Brumm. West lecture room of the
physical laboratory.
July 24, 5:00 p. m.--"Chemical Indus-
tries of Michigan." Illustrated lec-

W. F. BEIYEI, '11i, IN SERIOUS
CONDITION FRO1 POISONING
Dr. William F. Beyer, '1111, is no
in the University Hospital in a critical
condition brought about by blood poi-
soning due to a disease of th h0 joi.t.
Dr. Beyer had just left his position as
interne in the hospital, which he had
held since graduation, to go '!o his
home and engage in practic, when
he was taken with this serious ilnass.
Gymlf Work and Lecture Interest Many.
Much interest is being shown in the
gymnasium work by the summer stu-
dents and Director George A. May is
giving a series of lectures on various
subjects of interest connected with
physical training. 'hese are given
Tuesday and Thursday afternoons,
while on other days the regular ap-
paratus work is pursued.
Anyone wishing a physical examina-
tion should see the director at the
gymnasium.
Prof. Drake Lectures on Contracts,
"The modern contract is the most
curious of all contracts," said Profes-
sor Joseph Drake, in a lecture o1
"Some Curious Contracts," in the west
amphitheater of the physics buildins.;,
yesterday afternoon. He showed the
historical development of the contract,
showing the difficulty involved in in-
terpreting the "consideration" in the
modern contract. Several curious cas-
es were used as illustrations.
DeFries Art Store
PICTURES AND FRAMING
223 SOUTH MAIN STREET
'TE M P LE
H E A T RSE
M A IN ST REE T
Wednesday, JL 2r
"Love and War
in Mexico"
ADMISSION 10 CTS. I

.. t _ . . D o ..' L" . tr yP oesr .H ht.W s
capital,t$t' o o -' surplus,$50.eo Howard c. Devree. Cuy Wells. tore by Professor A. H. White. West
oUaividedcProftS.$20,000.00 M. Mack Ryan Leo J. Wykkel lecture room of the physical labora-
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS DANK S. W. Robin.cn S A. Oipenheimer tory.
ANN ARBOR, MICH. 7:30 p. m.-Michigan Union Smoker.
Sae ttoiniig and oati leoss 'reatment ofour Hus:le- Siafi. -
3 pel-otrasiourSWinh Dopar e Ht Henry S. Parcens, Asst. Bus. Manager. ANN ARBOR RAILROAD HAS
Fred W.. Miarble. Louis Rabe. NEAR WRECK SUNRAY NIGHT.
.ubccriptions and ads taken at Wreck Not Reported at Local Office
Gents' Furmshm arry's Ush cin's, and South Uni- and Delay Said to ho h leto
Varsity Toggery Shop ity PharmRepairofBridge.
1107 S.ivyTge iy Ae.lsuEitrGu els
11575. Uaiver i'y A-re. lsst Editor-Coy Welts I Returning from Toledo Sunday ev-
i_ _ening two summer session students
L B E ,-- -w ere in a near serious w reck not far
from Dundee. The young men, Clar-
TUESDAY, JULY 22, 1913. ence Brewe, '14E, and Walter Myers,
'14L, were on the gasoline car which
OPEN-MINDEDNESS. was struck by a locomotive while on
L11WANDMEDI[CAL
Judging f run results, we should say a siding.
that at times there may be advantages Both train and car had their head-
NEW AND SECONO-HAND in being ignorant. The students who lights darkened and were moving slow-
-_come here during the re ular session; ly. Everyone on the car was badly!
take their due share of cons and shaken but no one was injured. The
Complete Line d plucks and are far below the category Ann Arbor passengers were transfer-
of intellectuality, may not be the red to an excursion train, and arrived
Text Books csoicst sort 01 material tc work with, considerably behind schedule time.
Text Laboratory Books but they coimo here with an attitude of Inquiries at local offices of the Annj
Reference Books abject submssisn, and they are willing Arbor in this city, brought out the in-
Dlet ionaries
opens ec. to be taught. formation that there was no wreck re-
We do not wish to appear to be op- ported here. The delay was said to
1 oscd to indeco.edent tbiakics, it it have been brought about on account of
A OUR OXD BOOKS seems to us that the average summer changing over from the old bridge at
school student whc- comes here profes- Dundee to the new one, just completed,
seily for the purpose of learning some- and all knowledge of the wreck was
LACGIST STO1K IN MICHIGAN thing is too prone to take an attitude denied.
which almost precludes any possibility ---------
01 this. The man who comes here af- Ushers are wanted for the Ben Greet
C. . Barthell ter having taught English for a year shows on July 31. Students wishing to
326 S. State Sreet Tel. 7l L in Podunk High School, refuses to lis- usher apply to Mr. Hollands in the
:, a to anything that is told him which basement of the general library.

RECREATION
Do you play
Golf or
I*
Tennis ?
We carry full li1es of Spal-
dilIg's a11d Wright c Ditso's
make of Atlletic Goods its
,GellEral. EVery article guar-
aniteed.
WAIIR'S
University Bookstore
MAKE OUR STORE YOUR MEETING PLACE
HUSTON BROS.
The Finest Biliard Room Ithe State.
CIGARS ad CANDItES.
"We Try to Treat You Right"
COUSINS & HALL
FLORISTS
Cor. S. University and Twelfth Street
Telephone I115
We Make Old Hats New
Alt kcnds SCned andcocld
The Best Shoe Shine Shop
NEXT TO WAGNER'S
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Catld............. $3ce,wo.eo
Supl s cic, cccd ivide Poits. eiw o
Resources.... . .:. $3,oco,oce.tu
Transacts a General Banking Business
3 per cent inteest pail si oSaviogiscDpssil.
Ccitt. Ui. liseoeo, PrCichailel J.Ftz, Casi'r
W. Ut. H ia n, iccvce-Pr'es., Carl F. itau,,-Xssi.
Casli'r, Wii,. cualz, Asst. Cash'r Savings Dept.
R uED RUBBER SOLES
RPut on Any Shoes at
0. G. ANDRES, 222 S. State Street

CALL TAXI 1550. On Call Day or Night
Auto and Raggage Livery
Ann Arbor Taxicab Co., 300 N. Main St.

"The Arcadia"
OPEN
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
Students
118- 120 E. Liberty Street
62HO WIL'U g'.
311 S. 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.
311 S. State St.

The White Swan Laundry
Corner Detroit and Catherine SIs. ar.d 4th Ave., Ann Arlbcr
USES SOFT WATER
SWhITE SWAN -
Reasons ii every l.ui:dle of Lausdr -work sent from the White
Swan Laundry, why you should
CALL PHONE 165
for our waig. GOODS NO ' fLTED BY C tiM WCALS-White,
not yellow nor blue--button hol s istact butons ditto. Special atten-
tion given to lad iesc elothes. OUR PRICES TH E LOWEST.
THE WHITE SWAN LAUNDRY

"You can tell
A Gentleman
by the
Cleanliness of
His Linen"
The City Laundry
THOS. ROWE, Prop. 404-406 De'roit Stiret
LSPRUNKS
ENGRAVERS
The Gar oyle
EN-ARBOR
PRESS
a
ALL COLLEGE
WORK I
fail usTrial Order
JOURNAL BUILDING
DETROIT. MICH

SUGAR BOWL
109 S. Main Street
BEST ICE CREAM
SWEETEST CANDY
PROMPT SERVICE
SUGAR BOWL
109 S. Main Street
Phone 967
DAVIS &OHLI NGER
Del veriesmade when promised
Phone 432 J
1049 E. Washington 5' reet

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