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The Wolverine, 1913-07-24

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T HHEW 0 L V IIN

TRY T R UB EY' S ICE CREAM
Also Maitha Washington and
Crane's Candies
116S. Main St. Phone 166
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
MAYNARD STREET. ANN ARBOR
Regular Fall Terma
Sept. 29-Feb. 7
All Branches of Music
Far Caaloigueeer information, call at office,
or address
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary
Capital, $to,o o.co Surpls, $55uue.co
Undivided Profits, $20000
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Safe Batkig and Courteams 'rertmntefour
Custo~mes isOur Watchwoerd.
3 per canl InterestiIn cur Savings Departmecnt
Gents' FurnishingsI
IVarsity Toggery Shop
1107 S. Ueiver.tly Ave.j

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THE WOLVERINE.
The official newspaper us the som-
mer session of the University of :Mioh
igan, published by the students, Toes- July 24, 5:00 ..nv--"2Cheinical Indus-
dsy, Thursdsy end Saturday alter- tries of MIichigan." Illustrated lee-
noons. tore by Professor A. H-. White. West
lectore room ot the physical labors-
Address-The Wolverine, Press Bldg., torv
Mtaynard St., Ann Arbor, Mich. July 25, 8:t:1 1 p. m.-"Some Interest-
Office Hlours--1:00 to 2:30 p. in., daily. ing Optical P'roperties of Crystals."
Phone 960. Illustrated lecture by Processor E.
H. Kraus. W~est lecture room of lbe
Sobscription Rates-By carrier, 0eve0- physical laboratory.
ty-five cents for the summer; mailed~ July 28, 5:00 p. u.-"Common Poison-
to any address for one dollar. os Plants." Protessor A. B. Stev-
Advertising Rates-Furnished npon ens. West lecture room of she phys-
application ts the business mainager. ical laboratory.
1,500 students; 22,000 townspeople. July 31, 3:45 p. m.-"Love's Labour's
Lous P laaler31aagig ditr. Lost. The Ben Greet Woodland
Loui P.Italer-anaillgEdior. Players. Campus theater.
Phone-1016.
l~iliin . lar-Bsinss31aagr. 8:00 p. in-The Tempest." The
PhoneoA.Ilr-357.eo ange. Bens Greet Compainy. Campus
GordonlDirvies-News Editor, theater.
NEWS STAF'F. EX-1AOY. OSIIORN HONORED) IN
Issue Editors. MAI)A(LXMCAE FORl lIS('OVERY
Y. F. Jabin BHsi. Leo N. Burnett.-
Reporters. I Firs.%nAericaan to Be Elected to Mem r-
G eorge M. Curtis. Erl Crossinan. bercstip ill Academtic
Sam L. Adelodori. J. J. Reighard. Nalgatchie.
John R. Ober. Charles C. Webber.-
Wetter WA?. Watson. C. E. Jamison. The fboding of a fossil Mladagascar
1~'. J. Homineter. Reuben Peterson.hippcpotans', which in time will be
Cyrus J. Goodrich. C. B. Hushes.I beaught to the natural history nuoseum
Howeard V'. Degree. Coy Wells.I at nAim rIbue,lhes caused Chase S.
Mi. Maclk Ryan Lea J. Wykkel Csburn, fuimer governor of Michigan,
S. W. Robinson S. A. 0ppenheimerI to be elected as humtscary member to
Postuesusthe Academic Ital,,acbe, the Mudagas-
Baasaae, Saaf, jcar academy of scienee.
heniry S. Parsons, Asst. Bus. Maisager. 1Tbia acade my was founded for the
Fred 1Y. 1t'artlc. Louis Babe. (purpose of studying the language and
Subcriptions end ads taken at foillre otfIMadagascar.
IMi. Osborn is the fleet American
(quarry's, Cubhing's, aind Snuth Un-Ie eelcdtom brsiinhss-
versity lPharmacy. icetetonebrspinhss-
_________________________________ ety Ste i's now n' South Africa tak-
is5511. Editor-Leo Biurnett. ing a great interest in the natural his-
lucy of that quarter. According to
newsapers scum that part of the
wsord he is being well received and
will probably niot return to America
THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1012. until 1914.
THE WOMEN'S LE~AGUE. additionalRStudentis Secure Positions,.
It is no small pioblem to introduce Since the lest announcement of ap-
unity into a body as heterogemneous intoiintmients by the university teachers'
its nteest asthesumer esson'appointment conmiittee, the following
its~~~~~~~~ pneel stesumrssinIositions for students enrolled with
population of the univeraity. ; the committee have beer secured:Miss
There is no woch uere thankless Irene Coiriwell, instructor of French
and discuura.3in3; than attempting to ,at Tulane University; L. C. Howard,
buil up ommo intrest fursuc princip al at Lake Linden, Mtich. ; F. J.
buil upcomon iterstsfor ucha:Oenson, principal at Walkerton, Ind.;
body. But on the other hand, thee and Niels Nielon, instructor in sri-
is nothing that is present in tthe rug- cutePortland, Mtich.
ular sessien that is more miucel di
lug the summer, than is this feelin'g Ushers are scented for the Ben Greet
of unity. shows ois July 31. Students wishing to
We are therefore doubly pleased to usher 's- ly to Mr. Houllands in the
congratulate the Womemn's L.eague in basemnit ustue general 'library.
the success of its weekly psarties. They - ---- -
have filled a decided blanik, both in 1N ake 'lb' Wolverine advertising
counteracting the too serious turn o5 cluns you, business guide. Every
the summer session mind, and in adveelisee apesaring there is deserv-
bringing lbs summer students togeth- ink;ulf yourIpatronage aiid can be re-
er on conmnmon ground. I lied uilon.

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FIEST SEtmsE'tE COZIES 'I'D
C'LOSE3 ON AW DEPaRtMENTI
Exam Schedute anounolced; Several
New glenl already HEnrolled
'or Second Setmester.
Examinations in the law departiieint1
will begin Saturday and continue until
Wiednesday. Summer school work in
the lawe departnsent is divided into tics
senmesters of live wveeks each, 'xaimi-
nations being held at the end of each
semester. Mansy barristers nsa' at-
tending expect to remain for the eec-
ond bhlf and a few nesw mess have al-
ready been enrolled. The law depart-
mient closes for the summer on August
20. The schedule of examinations fol-
lows:
Corpor'ationis, Saturday, 2:00 o'clock,
room 0; elementary law, Saturday,
2:00 o'clock, room C ; constitutional
law, Saturday, 2:100 o'clock, room C;
bills ansd notes, Saturday, 8:20 p. in.,
coons 0; suretyship, Moniday, 6:30 p.
in., room C; dam'ages, Tuesday, 6:30
p. in., room DJ; contracts, Wednesday,
6:20 p. in., room C.
'IWVO PROMINENT ALUXNI
WILL, lE 1MAERIEI) 'loNIwRr.

RECREATION
lDo you pl.ay
Golf or
Tennis'?
WVe carry full liines of Spal-
ciug's amid t'right & Ditsuscs's
snake of Athletic Goods in
Geniepal. J'very article gular-
antleed.
WAII R'S
University Bookstore
MANt Ott STORE 1110R MEETING PLACE

BOO K S
LAW AND MEDICAL
NEW AND SECONO).iAND
Complete Line
Text Books
Text Laboratory Books
Reference Books
Dicionaries
Compendm, etc.
CASH 0OR EXCHANGE FOR

Gordon W..',Kingsbury, 11, and _________________
Louise Tuthill, '12, will b e married BR S
tuight at Bay View, Michigan. Ring s-H S O R S
bury, who has been assistant adver-
The Finest Biltiard Ream in the State
tising mniager for the Regal com- CIGARS end CANDIES.
pany of Dletroit, has accepted a posi-
tion as advertising manager of the " We Try to Treat You Right "
Diamonid Crystal Salt Co. of St.
Clair, Michigan, where the couple will-
asake their home, COUSINS & HALL
Both were prominent on the campus FLORISTS
while in school. Mins Tuthill was as- Car. S. University aned Twelfth Streed
sociate editor of the Michiganeinsian TelephonecI115
in her senior year, and was a memberJ
uf the Eappa Alpha Theta sorority,
Mortar Board, end Wyvern. Kings-
bury served as business msanager of We Make Old Hats New
the 1911 Mtichigansensian, editor and
All ksnds Clesued aindiiMockedl.
maager of the Student's Direecry, TeBs heSieSo
assciate manager of the ichoigan TeBs heS ieS o
Musical Clubs, anid presideint of lbs NEXT TO WAGNER'S
Y. 3A1. C. A. He w'as a Delta Upsilon,
and a member of Michigamua, Drcuids,1
Sphinx, and Toastmasters. f THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
-Capital_................ ......... 3oseussus
Ssrplus and UiidediProfuis.mc us is
Call 15 for taxi, tffo aesources ............... ueeo~c.o
______________ Trasacts a Generat Banking Businsess
3 perceest initerestpaidi o SavingsiDeposiits.
Fuller & O'Connor Tailors. 619 E. YoureiBusinssSoliitied.
Chans..IliscoKes ,MichalnJ itzs, casl'r
William St. tf. W. mi. liinsass, Vice-Pres., Carl uF. irauum,Assti.
Cash,'r,',Win.O' is, As. cus'SaeingsiDept,
DeFries Art Store( RED RUBBER SOLES
PICTURES AND FRAMING I Puton Any Shae at
223 SOUTH MAIN STREET ( 0, 8. ANDRES, 222 S. State Street

LARGEST STOCK IN MICHIGAN
C. E. BarthellI
326 S. State Sreet Tel. 76t L
"The Arcadia"
OPEN
During Summer Sessicn
Regular Prices $3.5t-$4.00
BRENNAN-MORROW, 612 E. Libetly, Phone 164
The Tobacco Shop & Billiard Hall
The Piece for' Summer School
Stucetas
118 -120 E. Liberty Street
G.H WLDC.
311 S. State St.
Carry the Largest Line of Wool-
ens in the city. Satisfaction
guaranteed. We eater to those
who want the beat.
SUMMER STYLES
A SPECIALTY
Established 1888.
Alt work made in this city.
S.n.HoWILD GCO1
311 5. State St.

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CALL TAXI 1550 O alDyo iht
o- adaggag iey
Ann Arbor Taxicab Co., 300 N. Main St.

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The White Swan.Laundtry
Corner Detroit and Catherine Sts. and 4th Ave., Ann Arbor

USES SOFT WATER

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"You can tell
A Centleman
by theI
Cleanliness of
His Linen"I
The City Laundry
TS. ROWE, Prop. 404-4060Dtroit Sreet
a. The Ga~r oyle
-Mfail usTrie.1 Order
Lwm tDETROIT MICH.

SUS6AR BOWL
109 S. Main Street
BEST ICE CREAM
SWEETEST CANDY
PROMPT SERVICE
SUSAR BOWL
109 5. Main Street
Phone 967
:AVS 0HLI2ER
Printers
Dliveries made when promised
Phone 432"J
109 E. Washington Street

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I fR e a s o n s in e v e ry u mdeut s'o htL a u n r w ks i , nc t fro mu sth ue i.W'b ite
SwaisLaundry, ushy youiishould
CALL PHONE 165
for su amucgion. GOODS NOtC RH VP EDLBYHCst'. IICA LS--'sWhite,
nut yslloiwtot' blae--hut on Isol, s it sect tiatcuns Ots,. Speclil atten-
thon usleun mo laclies clathes, OUR PROCtS THE LOWEST.

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