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The Wolverine, 1913-07-26

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T H E W O L V E R IN E

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COMFORT WITH STYLE
is what you get when you buy
shoes here. One is no good with-
out the other. You'll see here all
the most approved models Try
on the shoes sod you'll find that
comfort has not been sacrificed in
the effort to produce good looks.
Our shoes are the kind you'll wear
with both pride and satisfaction.
Headquarters for
PINGREE MADE SHOES

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GILMORE SHOE COMPANY
119 South Main Street

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WHITE STAR LINE WfIARF FOOT OF UIWL
TREET, DETROITOL
Fur a Delightful All Day Outing a te beautiful St. Clair niver
taktesteamser"Tassmo"anysmorning845,sundays:so. Fare
returningcsainettay: FsrHsrons$1.25;FlatsorTashststParks, hc
week-days, 75c sundays; for Toledoandreturn,steamer"Owana"
laret Detroit daily 8:s a. tn., returns to Detroit 7:15 p. nt.; fare
Suntays ac; pert ays $t.y.
Fur an Aternoun Ride to St. Clair Flass, TasisutPrk sr tort
Hursesa y-portusate thte 'City ac Toledo" at 2:3o p. ta.

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Training
Make training time a pleasure by drinking
and you'll forget all other deprivations. Nothing to equal it for real
refreshment, absolute wholesomeness and downright palate pleasure.
Delicious - Refreshing
Thirst-Quenching
Demand the Genuine-
Reluse Subsitutes 2
Whenever THE COCA-COLA CO.
you see a tATLANTA, GA.
Arrow think
of Coca-Cola. *I

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Fine.Watch Repairing
Eye Classes and Jewelry Repaired
Alarm Clocks Conklin Fountain Pens
Haller Jewelry Co.
Telephone 534 308 South State Street

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IND BODY OF DROWNED
STUDENT AFTER ANXIOUS DIRECTORY OF SUMMER
SEARCH LASTING 4 DAYS. SCHOOL STUDENTS
After being lodged on the bottom of
he Saginaw Bay for four days and Names in this directory are taken
ights, the body of Andrew S. Wild, from the records in the offices of the
16E, oftBay City, who was drowned secretaries of the various departments,
Sunday morning while attempting to and contain the same errors. If no
iwim ashore from a small sailboat phone number has been placed on the
which had overturned in an early enrollment card, none is shown here,
morning squall, was found shortly af- but that does not preclude there being
er 1 o'clock Thursday. The search- a phone in the house; call the chiefA
ng party found the lifeless form float- operator and tell her what house you
ng among the weeds and grass which want.
ringe the beach at the mouth of the ON IIRETORY NOTICE.
aginaw river, fully six mileo from ON THUESA ULY31, THE
he spot where he is believed to have WOLVERINE WILL PUBLISH A
one down. SUPPLEMENT TO THE SUMMER
The body was given over to the DIRECTORY CONTAINING THE
harge of the coroner and was identi- STUDENTS REGISTERING IN THEI
led by his father and also his younger LAW DEPARTMENT FOR THE SEC-
rother who was aboard the sailboat OND SEIESTER AND NTHOSE WIO
at the time at the disater. HAVE REGISTERED IN THE OTHER
DEPARTMENTS SINCE THE DIREC-1
TORY WENT TO PRESS. AT THAT
VARSPTY FOOTIOALL LEADER TIME WE WILL BE GLAD TO IN-1
SPENIS VACATION IN E UROPE SERT A CHANGE OF ADDRESS OR
TELEPHONE NUMBER OF ANY STU-
Coach Fielding H. Yost has just ar- DENT, OR THE NAME OF ANYONE
rived in Hamburg on the steamship REGISTERING DURING THE FIRSTI
Pfesident Grant of the Hamburg- WEEK OF SCHOOL, WHO MAY
American line. From Germany, HAVE BEEN LEFT OUT OF THE
Coach Yost will go south to Switzer- FIRST DIRECTOEY. CALL UP 960,
and, where he will stay a short time. OR DROP IN AT THE PRESS BUILD-
He will then take a run through lNG ON MAYNJARD STREET.
France, England and Scotland. He_
as engaged return passage to Amer- Wagter, LeRoy H., eng, 500 5. 5th.
ca on the Campania of the CunardWanr oR.,eg58SJ.h
line, and will leave Liverpool on that Wagner, Paul C. C., lit, 337 Williams.
ship September 6. From New York Pottsgrove, Pa. 1220-J.
se will come directly to Ann Arbor, Waite, Hay J., lit, 503 E. Huron. Potts-
nd will have but a few days before dam, N. Y. 1021. H
the preliminary training commences. Walcott, Albert J., lit, 532 Monroe.
Mrs. Yost will go to Nashville from Zeeland, Mich. 990-J.
New York, and will not be in Ann Ar- Walker Florence, Slh. of Mus., 509 N.
bor until the last of September. Liberty, 80-W.
Walker, Watson F., eng, 1117 Arbor.
PUBLISH LIFE OF ROBERT Birmingham, Mich. 932-L.
TOOMBS BY PROF. PHILLIPS. Walling, Wilder L., lit, 802 Monroe.
Saline, Mich. 1114-J.
"The Life of Robert Toombs," writ- Walsh, Patrick H., law, 514 Cheever
ten by Professor Ulrich B. Phillips, of Ct. Cedar Springs, Mich. 243-J.
the American History department of Walsh, Thomas E., eng, 717 E. Huron.
the university, is just off the press. Terre Haute, Ind. 851-J.
The book is the result of a long study Walthall, Damon O., oed, 1015 E. Hur-
of the eminent Georgian's papers and on. Paola, Kan. 397.
speeches and is the first attempt to Walton, Carol F., lit, Medical Bldg.
write Toombs' biography from histor- Ann Arbor. University 101.
ical data. Wang, Kwang Yu, lit, 214 S. Ingalls.
Kiangsi, China.
U. of M. Men to Go to Purity Meeting. Ward, Sharman C., med, 1328 Wash-
Dean Victor C. Vaughan of the med- tenaw. Alexandria Bay, N. Y. 609.
ical department of the University; C. Ward, Winnired M., grad, 821 E.
G. Wing, '73L, and Frederick W. Washington. Charlotte, Mich.
Mayne, '81L, Charlevoix, have been 1815-L.
appointed by Governor Ferris as mem- Warden, Carl C., med, 1319 Hill. Los
bers of the Michigan delegation to the Angeles, Cal. 1435.
international purity congress which is Wardwell, Albert E., eng, 603 Madi-
to be held in Minneapolis, November son. Ann Arbor. 839-L.
7 to 1. Warren, Worcester, lit, 1217 Willard.
Missouri Valley, Ia. 1343-J.
Warrick, Woodward A., eng, 1617
CLASSIFIED A DVER TISING Wstn md , .011.
Washtenaw. Alexandria, a. 106.
Washburn, Frederick S., eng, 1007 .
ADS IN THIS COLUMN MUST BE Huron. Belding, Mich. 92.
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE. Watkins, Donna L., lit, 314 Packard.
Ann Arbor. 1490-J.
Reward-One dollar reward for the Watkins, Lucy N. L., lit, 216 N. State.
return of the Modern Repair Shop Charlotte, C. H., Va. 1134-L.
sign. 611 E. William St. S & T Watson, Walter W., eng, 1000 E. Wash-
ington. Brownwood, Tex. 894-J.
For Sale-One Morris Canoe in first Watt, Robert F., eng, 437 Hamilton Plt
class condition. Also one typewrit- Barre, Vt. 811-J.
er. Call 1855. tf Watton, Abba G., lit, 714 Monroe. Hol-
-ly, Mich. 1073-L.
Call 15 for taxi. ts. Watton, Mae H., 714 Monroe. Holly,
-- _ _Mich. 1073-L.
Call 15 for baggage checked from Waung, Song He, eng, 916 Monroe.
house to destination. tf. Chinkiang, China. 1043-L.

Webb, William R., eng. Ypsilanti .
94-3-Ypsi.
Webber, Thomas E., Jr., law, 520
Church. Texarkana, Ark. 1331-L.
Wee, Roland T., lit, 116 Washtenaw.
Ho-yang, Honan, China, 818-L.
Weed, Clarence R., grad. Birming-
ham, Mich.
Wehle, Frank W. A., lit, 803 S. State.
Rochester, N. Y. 1314.
Weierbach, Telephus M., grad, 327
Thompson. Coopersburg, Pa. 1058-L.
Weilbacher, William C., eng, 603 E.
University. Springfield, O. 696-W.
Veir, George E., lit, 624 Packard. Ann
Arbor. 783.
Wells,aGilbert B., eng, 2108.'Thayer.
Wells, Guy M., eng, 1617 Wastenaw.
Massillon, 0. 1016.
Wells, Ross A., grad sp, 1020 S. Uni-
ersity. Parkville, Mo. 904-J.
Wells, Ylney It., grad, 259 S. Thayer.
Bowagiac, Mich. 726-t.
Welton, Mary L., grad, 207 S. Ingalls.
Grand Rapids. 775-L.
Wende, Simon F. T., eng, 610 S. State.
Buffalo, N. Y. 1457-L.
Wenley, Catherine D., lit, 509 E. Mad-
ison. Ann Arbor. 801.
Wenley, Jemima V., lit, 509 E. Madi-
son. Ann Arbor. 801.
Werneck, Pedro A., law, 602 Monroe.
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 799-L.
Werneck, Julius F., lit, 1331 Hill,
Grand Rapids. 33.
Westbrook, Susano A., lit, 537 S. Di-
vision. Harrisburg, Pa. 143-J.
Weston, Loy A., med, 1001 E. Huron.
Port Huron, 753.
Wharton, Euril F., law, 314 N. Ingalls.
Duluth, Minn. 716.
Wheat, T. E. M., eng, Camp Bogardus.
Manila, P. I.
Wheeler, Efle, lit, 320 S. 5th. Man-
ton, Mich. 1130.
White, Albert W., lit, 620 S. Thayer.
Detroit. 1575-L.
White, Charles F., lit, 314 N. Ingalls.
Binghampton, N. Y. 716.
White, George I., lit, 616 E. Huron.
Marshall, Mich. 762-L.
White, Mariah D., lit, 624 S. Ingalls.
New Orleans, La.
White, Martin C., lit, 615 Church. Cen-
tralia, Mo. 1711-J.
White, V. lud, lit, 1437 Washtenaw
Boyne, City, Mich. 319.
White, Wiliam H., eng, Camp Bogar-
dus. Detroit, Mich.
Whited, Della D., lit, 209 S. Ingalls.
Pittsburg, Pa. 849-J.
Whitehead, Burt R., eng, 1206 Wash-
tenaw. Toledo, O. 1394-L.
Whitlock, Margaret E., grad, 517 S.
Division. Meora, Ill. 339-.
Whitney, Clayton A., lit, 1028 E. Uni-
versity. Ann Arbor. 781-L.
Whitney, Edward, lit, 1445 E. Univer-
sity. Port Sanilac, Mich. 1219-L.
Wickes, Gordon F., eng, Camp Bogar-
dus. St. Johns, Mich.
Wickes, Howard C., eng, Camp Bogar-
dus. St. Johns, Mich.
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