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The Wolverine, 1913-08-02

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THE WOLVERINE

TRY TR UBREY'S ICE GREAG
Also Martha Washington and
Cranes Candies
1 16 S. Main St. Phone 164

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*'1 THE W 0 L V E R I N E the subjxect xxhich they have ehosen,
____________________________________but whether or not they ran preent
The official newspaper of the sorn- their ideas io a cat which xxii lapeal
me session of the University of Mich- to tlh( elass otfipeople wits attend threse
igan, published by the students, Totes-I lectures.
day, Thursday and Saturday aftcr-. -~---
noons. I;N~NIEJllNH (CI ][FPAPER
Adrs-The Wolverine, Press Bldg.,-
Maynard St., Ann Arbor, Mbich. iose o taseb~all bSeason IPraws
Office Hours-1:00 in 2:30 p. in., daily. Alteltion ts Series For
Phone 960. ('hanepiolisip.
Subscription Rates-By carrier, seven--
ty-five cents for the summer; msailed Containting much lively camxp news
to any address. for one dollar. Aind poxssxingsthue axddexd teatuire of
Advertising Rates-Furnished upon, a real for surx-einouighixctiuxre of thse
apxplicationx to the businessoxaxnager. campx-exmexberxscte"CamxpixDavestllack
1,500 students; 22,000 townospeople. Fly"timade its aixexraxice at the office
this week. Ax thxe chief evenits of list
Louis P. 1iatler-NLauagittg Editor weepi it tells ofitie visit of Pint..stud
Phone-1016. tMre. J. B. Daxis axid DensE. H. Kraxus
Wiltiane A. hlart-Business Manager. of thxe osimmer sesosion, to the camxp.
!Phone-357. IProt. Davis wxas the originator anid for
STAFF. m~ixanxtycars almtost the suixporter of tecmtdn toe aysom
Gordont Pavies-News Editor. pertoxds wxhen but for lhis uintiriixg el-
Y. . I, binm su-.sst. iNewsIttor. torts itxxwoxildhave breix abanxconed.
Leo Barnett-Ltetures. anid ice prexest high state ot eiiceese
Issuie Editors. in entirely due in him.
Ceorge M. Curtis. Rarl Crosexoan. The baseball xeasn is drawtixg to it
Guy Wells. rloe nd xuxeixinterest isxeng takex
Reporters. ini the laxst textgaeasxowxhitchxareinotde-
JohenR. Dber., Charles C. Webber. ride whlichx ceamxs will be eligibte to
Walter W. Watoni. J. J. Reighard. itilat in tch lamixxlxsi series wiceh
li.2. Ilofieister. iReubenx Peterson. begins ini it week or so. Last Saxturdxat
I-. it. Husghes. Howardt V. Hexvree. a ie eam lnu joxirixeyed to Topxinabxee
M1. Maek Ryan Leto J. Wykkeellandclcrossed bats xwxixh hltocal xx tgre-

"ItliRoad lark" i5 in Wr ung, -An
"Rxxt l oad Ja~ c"xxas itt poticecourt:
ini Dtroitt, ]Fi-d-aly, chaxrgedl xxixt xxxit-
xattngg"Steptemxber itornx."Ietotxldthlx
tixirt greatmenthxeixlxxeetrictiestx
andxl offered lxx tive thlatxte ot Jutie
steiu's tirtle. Thxecoxurt disctharged
himtinxthliaixwaring cto keep the(]ttt.
CALENDARt
August 4, 5x:00 lp. n1.--"lixettrexxest
AmerticanxxIxanix of 0Lettero." irof't
soc T.I.+]. Raninl. Westlecture
roomixoflthe phyxsicial lborttxry.
Auguist 5, 5:00 p.xxx.---The Fae ot
thxe Ixirt iniiithe H istortyitt Europe."
Illuistraxted leecture by Profexssor E..
W. Dcxx. Wtet lectuire roxtox oflix
phyitecaxilnboratory.
8001)p. xx.----"ThetRighxts iotthe lxx

UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
MAYNARD STREET ANN ARBOR
Regular Fall Term
Sept. 29 Feb. 7
All Branches at Msic
Fr Catalogue or inforation, al at otice,
r address
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary
Cpia, tixo t xx no Saurpiu, q$t.oor :
Utndivied Pft sIO ottt- ~
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
ANN ARBOR MICH.
Custrs' i xr sxi aekorx.
3 per cantntterst iour Sevings Depamnltno
IGents' Furnishings I
I Varsity Toggery Shop
1107 S. Univerely Ave.
BOOS
LAW AND MEDICAL
NEW AND SECONDHIAND
Complete Line
Text Books
Text Laboratory Books
Reerence Books
Dictionaries
Compends, etc.
CASH OR E XCH-ANGORCl
YOUR OLD BOOKS
LARGEST STOK IN MICHIGAN
C. E. arthll
326 S. Sae Sreei Tel. 761 L
"iThe Arcadia"
OPEN
During Summer Session
Regular Prices $3.0-$4.00
BRENNAN-MORROW, 612 E. Librty, Phon 14
The Tobacco Shop & Billiard all
The Place oe Summer School
Students
118- 120 E. Liberty Street
311 . State St.
Carry the Largest Line ot Wool-
ens in the City. Satisaction
guaranteed. We cater to those
who want the best.
SUMMER STYLES
A SPECALTY
Established 1 888.
All work made in this city.
311 . State;,St.

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S.1W. IRobinisont. (gationx of thaxt plaxce withx very xtlsxs-
__________________________________treits resuilts, bitt they axix not discoxir-
Business staffO. agedI snd are planinxg sweec revenige
Hetnry S. Parsoxis, Asst. Bee. Matnager. whexxltey ineet themn agaixnxxx.lxx 2ndx.
Fred W. Barbie. Lnuis Rabe. Dxxflits day they will go as thex guests
Subscriptiosix and ads taken at o t.2.C irhM
Quarrys , Cusitge, and South Unt--
versity lPharmaey. 14 ,44S[IASH El. 111, IS IN ANAN
Isslue Editor--tieorgt 11 (aCtrtis. U.S Lse,'1oftedprmn
"of pxubltic ntrutxttioni at Lanxsinig, is its
- -AtnniArtior its coxnnectionxxithi work
SATUiRDAY, AUGUST 2, 1912. whirls he ts doingonxpilaxis for ax tmodel
eschool roxim. Thx result of his workc
IS A CHANGE NEEDED? will be.fetred here tin telaittie

Dx. Reutbtin Petersotn. fet <ixni-i
tixxster 0ofteicaxlsl biltlixg.
Call 15 for taxi,.to
UNITARIAN CHURC
Stale cor. Huron
R. S. LORING, Minister
SUBJECT AUGUST 3, AT 10:30
RELIGION HELPED BY THE THEORY
OF EVOLUTION
The asclent of man is a more en-
couonaging stony then his tall. The ides :
of truth at also growing broadens l;t
sympathy for all sincere religixous thought.
The Gold of Evolution still reveals Him-
self in Natures Lawn and in compelling
and progressive Social Ideas.
THEATR
MAIN STREET
Wednesday, AUG. 6th
Vitagraph' Comedy. Feature
"The Regiment ot Two"
ADMISSION 10 CTS.

RECREATION
iO ton play
Glolf or
Tennis?
\ee carry fnll lioucs of ; pat-
thug's aeld WNright &S-liDits'
laake of ::athletic Goods in
Getnecal. knott: article gitar-
aixteed.
RS
University Bookstore
MtAt OUR STORE lOon MEETING PLtACE
Tie Finest tillned Rocm inuthe State
CIGtARtS and CANDIES.
FWe Try to Treat You Rightl"
CSiNS&HALL
FLORISTS
Cor. S. University and Twlfth StrtetoI
Telephone 1 15
We Make Old Hats New
Allitkidtflettantdttxcked
The Best Shoe Shine Shop
NEXT TO WAGNER'S
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capixtal.....I osooo
Surptluxs anxc i iit oftxt e s.... zocoo
Resourc5es............. $13C,000.0
Transacts a General Banking Business
3 per cn xxxxroestpaidixi onaings tDepsitx.
ithas. F,. 1it-ses,ires., iihetiJri3tz, Casiii
Wv. F). tlixexxiai, vise-Ors., Cxiil.F, rau,Asst.
Cahr Win.u Wl Axtt ah' in gs Dipt.
RE RUBBER SOLES
Ptn oAny Shoes at
0, D. ANORES, 222 S. State Street

Cotoing from an alununus whoshaes
hind xx tuttber of opportutuities xwhile
out in flue state to hear extetision lec-
tures giveux by faculty men front thee
University 01 Michigan,-atn alutmxnus
who is sincere in his wisches for the
xwelfare of the uxniversity,-theeeons-
mxunieationwxhich appears in the col-
umns of this issue tmerits considera-
tio, tin presentttng a vies which is
surely gerunane to the question of our
exxtenxionxpolicy.
15fste are sending out lecturers who
fatl to meet the needs of their audi-
etnees, xwe are runtning the riskc of
makniing asi absoluxte failure of an idea
xwhich tisecapable of larger posthbilt-
ties thxain any othser xxhichs the univer-
sity has uindertakxenx to xvork ont in
recent years. It is tnot a question of
whietiher or not we are sending outt big
msenx xwio can taIlk authoritatixvehyout

part of Ocetober, at the meetinig of the
stale textchersso55 ctn, aind txill
comxbline hits ottn tdrns with the mtsts
advanced theories of chit authxorities in
the Utniverstty anduothxer edcahtinlx
ittstituxtionss throughiost the stxate.
OtxMondaly, ILasherxiii leaxve to
takec harge of the schonol hygiene ex-
iibit,onxtclelhxelthx traiti,xwhieh is to
be senst nut by tlx state. Thtis traits
will stoplt xatll ixixlorlatcstxatios inx
Mihhigaxn, anti till contan exhibits of
all sores conneted xwiths matieee of
sanitatiouxanid the prevetntioti of thie
spread of tdisease. It still reach Anni
Arbor diuringte ieattcer Itart of August.
Suits Pressed, 25c, Pants1ice. Fuller
& OConnor, 619 E. IWilliam SL. tf.

550jJ On Call Day or Night
ALL ...Auto and Baggage Livery
Ann Arbor Taxicab Co., 300 N. Main St.

Call 15 for taxt.

tf.

The XWhite Swan Laundry
Corner Detroit and Catherine Sts. and 4th Ave., Ann Arbor
USES SOFT WATER
W HITE SWAN -
eansin every bundle of Laxu~tntherkeent ftromx the Whitte
ReasonsSuanLaundry, whe you should
CALL PHONE 165
for oxur wagon. GOODS NOT ROTTED HB C11titt1tALS--White,
not yellow notr blue--hutton boles tintt bttoxs ditto. Special atten-
tione given to lattie cinches. OUR PRICES TlE LOWEST.
THE WHITE SWAN LAUNDRY

"tYou can tell
A Gentleman
by the
Cleanliness of
His Linens"
It yoxuxwaxintebetht is
clonego to
The City Laundry
THOS. ROWE, Prop. 404-406 Deroit Sreetn
a The 'Gex oyle
AL COLLEGE
N&11ilU TruidOrder
JOURNAL BUILDING
DETROIT MICHf.

tI~ e i.A BW
109 S. Main Street
BEST ICE CREAM
SWEETEST CANDY
PROMPT SERVICE
SUGA Ou UvWL
10 5 Main Street
Phoane 967
D7eliveries.made when promised
Prone 432-J
1 09 E. Washington Street

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