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The Wolverine, 1913-08-05

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T H E W O L V E R I N E

TRY T R U BEY' S ICE CREAM
Also Martha Washington and
Crane's Candies
116 S. Main St. Phone 166
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
MAYNARD STREET. ANN ARBOR
Regular Fall Term
Sept. 29-Feb. 7
All Branches of Music
For Cataloue or inforation call at office
or address
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary
Cpit, $o00xo.oo Surpusx45.000x.0a0t
Udivixtde retx, $xwoxtoao
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
ANN ARBOR MICH.
Safe Bankigand CureouTra.nTxixetof our
Cstomers isxxOr Wthword.l
3 per cetInterstior Savings Deartmet
Gents' Furnishings1
VriyToggery Shop
J 1107 S. Ulnverfy Ave. j
LAW AND MEDICAL
NEW AND) SECON-HiAND
Complete Line
Text Books
Text Laboratory Books
Reference Books
Dictionaries
Compends, etc.
CASH OR EXCHANGE FOR
YOUR OLD BOOKS
LARGEST STOCK IN MICHIGAN
C. E. artliel
326 S. State Sreet Tel. 761 L
"iThe Arcadia"
OPEN
During Summer Session
Regular Prices $3.5-$"0t
BRENNAN-MORROW 612 E Liety, Phone 164
The Tobacco Shop & Billiard Hall
The Place o Summer Sehool
Students
118-=120 E. Liberty Street
S.H. WILD CO.I
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.
S. H. WILD CO.
311 S. State;St.

,THE WOLVERINE
The official newspaper of the sum-
mer sesoion of the University of Much-
igao, publiohed by the studeots, Toes-
day, Thursday sord Satorday atter-
noons.
Addreeso-The Wolverine, Preso Bldg.,
Maynard St., Ann Arbor, Mich.
Office Hours--1:00 to 2:301 p. in., daily.
Phone 960.
Subscription Rates-By carrier, seven-
ty-five cents for the sumnser; mailed
to any address for one dollar.
Advertising Hates-Furnished upon
alplication to the business nsanager.
1,500 students; 22,090 townspeople.
Louis P. Hlller-Jxuoaging Editor.1
Phone-1016.
ltiam itA. Itart-Business 3Manager.
Phone-397.
NEWS STAFF.
G~ordon D~avies-News Editor.
. . IJ abin iHsu-Asst. News Editor.
Leo Barnett-Lectures.
Issoe Editors. !
Ceorge M. Curtis. Earl Croosman.
Guy Wells.
Reporters.
John H. Ober. Charles C. Webber.
Walter W. Watson. J. J. Heigbard.
K., J. Hoffmneister. Reuben P~eterson.
C. B. Hughes. Howard V. De~ree.j
M1. Mlack Hyan Leo J. Wykkel
S. W. Robinson.
r Business Shiff.
tHenry S. Parsons, Asst. Bus. Mamsger.
Fred W. Marble. Louis Rtabe.
Subscriptions end ads taken at
Quarry's, Cushingos, and Sonths Uni-
versity Pharmacy.
Issne Editos--L. E. Crossmn.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2. 1913.
LAW AND ARIT.
W~e wvisih to recommsend as axtlixesis
for some of our struggling young
cansdidates for lbs degree 01 Doctor
of Philosophy, the folloxvisng highly
abstruse satdl withal xdistinctly xworthxy
subject: "The effect of acquired tcci-
nxical proficiency in the field uf juris-
prudeunce upon the dcevelopmnt of the
aesthetic sensibilities with whichs us-
tore hxas endowed the average inxdi-
virtual. Ws would rexvel witht demxons-
iacxsl glee in taking some innxocenxt
sod unsuspecting A. Mtt, by a, ring
throughx his olfactory organ, andf lead-
ing Ihimxafter us ott xxtour 01flxx-
spectiou doxwnxthxe long rows o1 xc-
tistic night-mxares in the laxw librxary.
We would take delight its witnxess-
ing his agony o1 soul when hxis eager'
glance w-as arrested by the sight ox'
Prof. Wilguts, the subtle-brained an-
thxority ott corpxorationss, hanxging ott

the exw-te xitallofthtie roomsx xith a
lxxine and xxxidloxtic evxession onxt his
feaurteso. tye xxxoxlxl thorouxghly xex-
jloy htis xmystifictiuxottonseeinte our
hxonoredi presidet, leantitnglorxw'xrd
withx anxaie ox' xssumttedxlease. out'
hanxd rsstittx.ott his knsee,-and the
othee grxasping asnxorder blsnkx, is
face-x- 'xresitx *all thxe determninationx
of xanx ambixioxus studetextrying to sell
Pr.I teae simxmxortlvolxuxmexto xx
recalcitraxnt housxtewifis. Nor w ouldi
our joyso betdimxitnixshed xa.s erecoiled
tucessexitly iromxx thx- portrxaiioi Prui.
Drake, tiihxgives te impression
tbt Ihle oxxgttto its chaintexdand nmuz-
zledt beore he bites anyonte: the near-
shroexo of De anxBttes, twitho xxdis-
ix1 ax-xt lookx ext lis cite.tx-cut boyish
sae;e: pic-ure o f tJudgxe Lante.
xwhlosxettxstt coutte old secarcely ap-
ixroachx morx closely to absolute vacui-
ity' if it haxd tot beenx sketched xxt all;
txxe altegcd likextessof ithxe jovial tProf.
Buttttker apxpexxeing stiff stnd self-rout-
sxcioxs; anth e max- tetrpiece putrptort-
ingto x repxre-sntthIe incomxparable
".Terey"Extoxwitonx; tansoiis gextial
s milxlooktixtglike the Iproverbial
cold gray dxaxwn of the moornting
So thxeyeile upxmnstxorosity xuponx
motosity, echlxnoresagoniing then
lxe othxer. Andxlif our canxdidxaie
shoxuxlxdflex-e rsxxixty iromxxthxe librxary
to -thx xvariouxs xcass-rootts, it twoxtld
be ottly to bxe cofontetd by mtottxt-
aonxus roxvs of smaxxllhtotxgerxphts xx
personn lxwxhoxxxe-he, at tever inter-
estxed, orxxwhom exxxwxoxutlitsetuxable
to locxtie if lhxexxere, xxwIo tee, to pxtl
it mtildily. set distincetly bexxutifxul, but
vlxon it teas dexeed nece-sary tu
immuorialize bxexxaus thxey mattxged to
scerxpethxrouxghxaxfsew0-d tears at
this institutiionxthilsconstanxxxlucxttks
inx xdxossxxuffix-ently' smaxll toIerxtit
txxex to txxckIstselxttesoL,...ontu
their c-ognomxexnxifthtiey so celto. Vexr-
ilit we xxxelilev-ettal ater sucht sights
our if-ix-ndl xxiiththx acadexc asxxpira-
tioxt oulxtdixlmsttptester to spenxd
te rex-ofuihis lie eatalxoguing the
trulyt'xistictxrodxuxtiontsoto he iounxx
xx xl_ xrx o rrrix xx'I txexx ' xx xxixx
-Hi xx

/ AL1 (A IlR I RECR EATION
Auxgust 5, 5:00 ix. t._-Tlte Fxtes 01
the Exarth inx thexHistory 01 Euxropxe.'
Illuxstrated lectuxrexy Prole ssor -E.
W. Dove. West lectuerooxmxxoi tlt lDoyen plxsy
physical laboratory.M
0:00lx. nm.-"Thoe Rights of thxe Lt xx
thxeater oi tixe mxedical bxxlxilxg.
txgtxst 5, 5:00 p. m "Thet-Tortexxs a
Systeux xxi legisterinxg Titles."IPro- c-,17 is ?
fessour talphx TW. Aigler. AWest Il(,x
turs room 01flthe phyt'itxxl lxxtxratxory.
Auxgust 7, 2:00 ix. mx.--"xhxldevxlscopx- We carry tell lxxxtxetS pal-
mnxtxxi thxe FrenchltThextre.' 1Il, ;
ltaced lectuxrebyhtexxnxJ. it. IEllit- d xinxg's etald Vrightt & IDtson's
West leciturx-roomsxofthtieixly siti mxakeeof Athltic Geedsilxi
laboratlory'.
Auxgust 8, 1:00 x. xm.-"FoodlsTeir Genc-terai. I- very srticle guar'
Adulerationx anxd tDetectionx." Illu-xx ate
trxated lectxtre bxy Dr:.XW. S.ilxxbbxxrd.
West lectuxre reomx ofthue ixhysicxxl
laboratory.
0:00 p. un.--Saint Peter xandxSxxinxtA TJ
P-auxl in Rotme.' Illuxstrxated lectxxrx-e
bt Professeor F.~ W. Ketsy. Wool W A R
ecitre room of thxe ixhysical lxxborxxr- ivi rsy.Dtrt'.liuus 9,6:0 a m--]xcrsinro
Pxut-in-iiay, conxducted by' Profxssr
FrxxnkleCarney. Lexvecs xt thex 'dxcix-
igaxx Uentrxxl Station. ~ S11 N II 4S
The Finest Witllard Room in the State
DeFries Art Store ~ CI ABS and CNIS
We Tory to Treat You RightI"
PICTURES AND FRAMING _____________
223 SOUTH MAIN STREET
COUSINS &HALL
C. H. BROCK FLORLISTS
* iiCur. S.University and Tweolith Street
H ACK, BAGGAGE & LIVERY Teehone1tIS
PoeTwo Good Saddlers______________
Poe3481 16 N. Fourth Ave.
____ ____ __-'We Make Old Hats New
EWE The Best Shoe Shine Shop
TH EA R E EXT TO WAGNER'S

i

Utariiatx txli ii itiilds Nesw' Bal.
l'Tce xmxnbrs of thxe Uxitarian
ciurchx xt ax meetin laxst :Mondaxy
votexi lxolxuild ax ncxwlhxll andxIkitchenu
oxa thtx-northx side 01 thuechsurchin u-
stexxdlof thcexast sixde s00htthu le xexx
rooxts xuaxx connexct directly twith thxe
prceext paxrlors insteaccfu avul ing'ixtiuct
tmain. axxxilornicxx inxxbe-twx'cen. The
ehrc lxx w xill itenxbe btter texuipixed
'or soxixal lie thaxnu eer before twith
xsutcetoflitres pxarorshla, axud
xitchieux, all opuxening to oxte anothter.
Tlux-contrxxcltfoertthstorkc has beena let
anxd if; is expexcted. that the building
wxill bx compxilted sarly in the fall.
Spixail effort wxil lxx-eumaxds to interest
the stuxisut mnebrsof the church in
so social life.

Wednesday, AUG, 6th
Vitagraph Comedy Feature
"The Regiment ot Two"
ADMISSION 10 OTS.

THE ANN ARBOR- SAVINGS BANK
Caxitxal ............ .. 0.ctox.oo
Resaxurces......... ............ .o3c0,000.00
Traosacts a General Banking Business
vYxouxBusssSouiciutxd.
Cxxaxs. tx-isoatcx rsMicxaet J. Friuz, Caxtur
xv. D. !xiaxxixxu, 'Vice-tes., Carl xx. uxcauuAstt
Cxxxl'r, tW'in. Wtlx, Auvi. Cast'r Sxuvinugs xept,
RED RUBBER SOLES*
Put on Any Shoes at
0. G. ANDRES, 222 S. Stale Street

CALL TAI I n Ca'llDay or Night
I U®-Auto and Baggage Livery
Ann Arbor Taxicab Co., 300 N. Main Sft.

The White Swan Laundry
Corner Detroit and Catherine Sis. and 4th Avec., Ann Arbor
USES SOFT WATER
WhVIT E 5WIAN
Re asons in every undle of La undry wxout sent Ix ous the White
Susan Laundryxwh y yxuxshould
CALL PHONE 165
fox ourxwagxon. GeOODS HONPROTTED &Cd xEMICALS-txWite,
not yallow nor blue--hutton holcx- intaet battens dixto. Special atten-
tion given to ladies clothess. OUR PRICES THE LOWEST.
THE WHITE SWAN LAUND)RY

"tYou can tell
A Gentleman
by the
Cleanliness of
His Linen"
Ifiyoxuwattheles tlthxxxxs
tloneguts
The City Laundry
TH0S. HOWE, Prop. 404-406 Detroi t Sreet

1095 Main Street
BEST ICE CREAM
'SWEETEST CANDY
PROMPT SERVICE
109 5. Main Street
Phone 967
DAIS&OH LINGER
DAI rompt
Printers
Deliveries made when premised
Phone 432-J
S 109 E. Washington Street

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