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August 07, 1913 - Image 2

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The Wolverine, 1913-08-07

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T HE WO LV ER IN E

TRY TRUBEY'S ICE CREAU
Also Martha Washington and
Crane's Candies
116 S. Main St. Phone 164
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSH(
MAYNARD STREET. ANN ARBOR
Regular Fall Term
Sept. 29--Feb. 7
All Brachs of Music
For Catalogue or informaion, call af office
or address
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary
Capital, Iis',oo~o Srls-pie,, fooesa
IUdividPrfits, $oo.oo
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANI
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
SfeB flakig snd Cutos Teatmt ofon,
Custmes is Or Wiathwornd.
3 pr cet Intrst in our Saines Dparlmei
Gents' Furnishings
IVarsity Toggery Shop
I107 S. Universiy Ave.
LAW AND MEDICAL
NEW AND) SECOND-HIAND
Complete Lne
Text Books
Text Laboratory Books
Reference Books
Dictionaries
Compends, etc.
CASH 0OR EXCIANGE FOR
YOUR OLD BOOKS
LARGEST STOCK IN MICIGAN
. E. Barthell
326 S. State Street Tel. 761 L
"The Arcadia"
OPEN
During Summer Session
Reguflar Prices $3.0-$4.00
BRENNAN-MORROW, 612 E. Liberty, Phone 164
The Tobacco Shop & Billiard Hall
The Pac for Summer School
Sudens
118 - 120 E. Liberty Street
S.H. WILD CO. I'
I 311 S. State St.

Carry the Largest Line of Wool-
ena 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.

T H E W 0 L V E R I N E: brary, of the mtan imhself, beyond the
statistics w1hich tell in such a skeleton'
The official newspaper of the sum- (ftsition lt'eihistory of the last eight
mer session of the University of Mich-3 years. There is nothing in the bare
igan, published by the students, Tueo-figures to tell o1fte tireless personal
day, Thusrsday asnd Saturday after- dlevstion, the ptatienee, te skillfal'
noos.tirec tiont of affairs frotm witiis which
tave 11051hltoyal sutpport of the staff
Address-The Wolverine, Press Bldg., luder him till te lhnle conmplicateti
Mtaynard St., Ann Arbor, Mich. tmachliste tievrelopedl ithight efficiency.
Office Clones-1:00 to 2:30 p. in., daily. Too mucsth credit ran scarcely be
Phone960. ctgsive fr te mtanster in wviich be bas
met ndIsdolveti te complex problems
Subscription Rates-By carrier, sven- of Che tstst eight yealrs. 'The whole
* ty-fisve cents for the summer; mailed state as we llasth le Unsiversity is to be
Ce any address far one dollar. cottgratutlated oen the possession in
Advertising Rates--Furnished npon Mr. Kochtelof oe of the feremiost li-
application to the busisnessnmanager. sraries in the counstry, and te assur-
61,500 students; 22,0CC townspeople. asuce while its ressaints at his presesst
L Iouis P. ltaller-3ltanaging Editor. test that rt'e affaitrs of the library trill
Phlone -1016. be emanagedl hr capable hanids.
CWilliam A. Htart-Business Manager. _- _________
JPhos~e-357. 1')P 11ltOi'i:SSOleC WILTL
1NAitl'lSFtN'I' MW1IIiG.X' AT
NEWS ST APF. (I EOGI1(11 (ON PP IONC1E.,
Gordon lDayies-News Editor.
Y. F..labi ls-Asst. News Editor. Ntiritigast till have four official rep-
Leo Bu~rn~ett-1Aeltre.;. resenittives tthie International Gee-
s-tie Editors. logicsal consference which will take
George M. Curtis. Farl Crossesan. Islaee in Toronto form August 7 to 14.
Guy Wells. IProfessors E. 1H1.Kraus aod W. H.
Reporters. iHoiba shave'already left, andI irof. E.
John R. tOber. Charles C. WebberC. C'tate, who lisa jest returnsed from
o~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~a eatrX.Wto. C .Riias.tl xpedtition to Texas will leave later
J. loitaetaer itulen etrsos.its the trick. Prol'. Franik Leverett,
>o C. B. Hughes. H-owvard V. Dlevree. lec turer on glacial geology, who is at
22. ackityn ies . Wlekl present its Washington, D. C., trill
S.K.loitn leave for te congress from iliaC city,
S.______ .____obinson._______ iroessors iLeverett and 1Hobbs will
r Businless Staff, ceail calers at the conivention. This
itHentry S. 'arsons, Asst. liss. Msassager. is the re'gulasr triennsial meeting of the
Fred WV. Marble. :Louis Rtabe. consferense', which is attended by dele-
''tes roCrst'll steer thss'worldi. The
Subscriptiontssod ads taken at, lastismeetinigetas heldl st Siockholm
QuarrysCushing's, aid Souths Uni- in 19101.
Issue Pilitor-Y, F. lailitlHsu. RARiE GEC(KO LIZARISl~.~tSI
________________________ irouight to this city with a consign-
ment AG of bananas from Central Asner-
Ti-iGSGAYAUGUS 7, Cil. ea, a geelso lizard has beets sent to
Theiodori' W. Koch. j the neological diepartmenst for classi-
Cfiction asnd is ntow' being kept In the
Ins snottier cestssinsappes'srs a brie'f smuseumtsfor isublic invstsigation.
reviewe of the de'lop'msent of site 'lie asimsal is aboat our isnches
U niversity library. Warinig siside'thse ,blog and is of a yellow-gray color with
changes then'resetionsed, hew isirgely bisth stripes. The tees are much flat-
the sisccess of recesnt yeasrs has been tested anti exanded at the tips, the
due to Mr. Koch is an untimate fact of tiunder sides oi which form adhesive
tisat institutiont's history. Essiering disks to aid the creature in runnisig
upon his duties under cosiditions fasr; over smooth surfaces Tile eyes are
from auspicious, lie sas in tise short e ixtremtely large writha uprieght ellipti-
titnse01fisis librariasipi,nmsde lbhetsal puisils. Its tail is short asid stus-
institutiosn under his charge one of iy n'sd it was at lirst iihought that the
te oremtost in the country. is sasimalsi hads two headss. Tise shape of
prosnsence as ai cosnslisng librarisas, tse itail is isrobsably the result of ass
his active isart its promotis ing te insjury.
aesthetic isterests 01fCbs' comuinity, --- - ____
and isszealsius labossto ike the Frtniy1og'wlstetrda
library fisnctionsfitly isnisniversity life FrtniyLdewlmetrda
sight forwirshiss first degree. All
need no commesst beyonsd their meso sosiwideinae setd
evidence.
But there is still another side to the -- ________
matter. There is nothisig said, very Call 15 for baggage checked from
little knowrn perhaps, osutside the li- heisse to destissation. tf.

VXLI'ABLlE BOORS lDON Ai~TEDTO
Wishsing to leave si smemsorial triest
they gradussted, lt'e islisd studesis'
leavisgign1tJunielstse tnt to Iniails,
psrocutredi,anti sosnsted so liii'ivier-
sity library severail voluines prisstesi
int thseir ntivelasngusage.
'The bookos cover a vasriety of ssub-
jects, running front a eerik ott sed-
iecine to osnei vol uits'of shsisorts'is;
from songs.,swith nmusic, to a treatits'
055 shipping; from psersossal essays
ansd a treatmesnt of art assdl sytisology
Ce a pratctical stusdy of electricasless-
gineerisig. Tue volumses sire exceesd-
ingly rare and valuable.
Prof.lFlorer Aditresse's Co lsentiolis.
Prof. W. W. Florer spoke Tue'sday
before the delegates at the thirtiethI
annuai conventioss of the Deutscher"
Order of Hiarugari wvhichs is being isels
in L~ansing this seek. Prof. Florer's
address wao on tise work of the Ger-
man Societies isstisis country, thesir
patriotiom, and the part they hare
taken in the making of Americass his-.i
tory.,

RECREATION
lo you play
Golf or
Tennis?
We carry loll lises of Spal-
dinsg's and XWright & litsoss's
sakaie of Atisletic Goods in
Genieral. 1-'sery article guar-
anteed.
WAII R'S
University Bookstore

CAILNIS j ~ MeKEOUitSsuTOiS OURMETING PLACE
Ausgust 7, 5:00 p. sn-"The develop- II1 E 1 R S
mseat of te Fresich Theatre." Illus-
tratd lctue b Den T R.Effissger, The Finestfillfard Room in the Statc
tratd letise bylycn 1.it.CIGARS and CANDIES.
West lcsrrom of the pihysical
laborattory. "We Try to Treat You RighS"
August 8, 5'00 p. mn-"Foods, 'Theis
Adulteratiosn ansd Detection."I lists-
rated lecture by tic. W. S. Husbbard. COUSINS & HALL
'West lcctsure rooss of the pihysicail FLORISTS
leaueroso tepyia sbora-oy.Cur. . Univorsify and TwotftSt roof
8:00 p. m -"Saint Peter and SsaintiT lphon 115
Pa l ome." Illustrated iectusre
by Prefessor F. W. Kelsey. West
tory. W a eOdH t e
August 9, 6:00 a. m.-Excursion to W aeOdH t e
Put-its-Bay, consducted by Ptrofessor ,All kleds Clmen eandBlocesd.
Fransk Carstey. 1leaves at the Rich- The Best Shoe Shine Shop
igans Central Station. NEXT TO WACNER'S

Call 15 for tfttI. tfo
___________________ rTE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS RANK
fCapital... .. $3so,000.00s
Sssrplus anddlliided Prosits.... ,sis 00
De~ries Art Store tesurcises . ..........C.000,00-0
De~ie At tre Trasacits aGesral pidni gBsns
3 prcnatsi nter aldB akings ess.
223C UR SOUH AN SREET M aI tNtGiVostict.MinssSiJite fit
PICSTURES AN SRMTNChas E aHs s.Michael Jiitz, C '
We. .narrima,,ieo-Pres., testl5F.ttsraun,Asst.
_________________________Win.__ Vet, Asst. Casts'rSaveingslisps.
C. H. BROCK RED RUBBER- SOLES
HACK, BAGGAGE & LIVERYpuonAySesa
Two Good Saddlers Pt nnAn Soea
Phone 348 a1a N. Fourth Ave. I 0, . 0.ANIIRES, 222 5. State Street
CALL TAXI 1550"Ao n llDaygorNight
o an BagageLivery
Ann Arbor Taxicab 00.1 300 N. Main St.

i

The White Swan Laundry
[Corner Detroit and Catherine Sta. and 4th Ave., Ann Arbor
USES SOFT WATER

"You can tell
A Gentleman
by the
Cleanliness of
His Linen"
If you ant thecbestthsat is
clie, geto
The City Laundry
TH0S. HOWE, Prop. 404-406 DeiroitiSreei
LSPRUNKS,
INGRAVERS
2 The *Gar oyle
PRESS
41tI
ALL COLLEGE
JOURNAL BUILDING
L DETROIT MICH.

SUGAR BOWL
109 5. Main Street
BEST ICE CREAM
SWEETEST CANDY
PROMPT SERVICE
SUGJ'AR BOWL
109 5. Main Street
Phone 967
DAVIS & OH LINGER
Prompt
Printers
Deliveries made when promised
Phone 432.J
109 E. Washington Street

Reasons is eercyyhandle of Lasundry work sent fromn the White
Cwa' Lasndry, why yousould
CALL PHONE 1J65
for our usages. GOODS NOT POTITED BY 'iC\IC.N1CALS- White,
not yoilowno uss e--button holes intact buttons dlito. Special atres-
tioo given Co ladies clothes. OUR PRICES THE LOWEST.
THE WHITE SWAN LAUNDRY

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