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August 07, 1913 - Image 4

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The Wolverine, 1913-08-07

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T HE WO LV ERIN E

C. I. KIDD
Phone 193f0 J 1112 S. Univ. Av
DORY AND STEAM CLEANING
THIS WAY you Summer Students-Come around for a LUNCH
that is,,a LUNCH
B N CR ' Corner of Monroe
and Thayer Sts.
A full fine of
Tobacco and Cgarettes. [ifgh Grade Confections and Fruit.

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SPECIAL SALE ON LETTER PAPER AND TABLETS
We carry All Sizsa Loose Leaf Paper
340 S. STATE ST. IRVING F. SCHILEEDE

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UNIVERSITY AVENUE PHARMACY
GOULDING & WIKEL

Drugs, Cigars, Candy, and Stationery.

Agency M oore's Non-Luakable Pen

1RAPID C(ll'R ~ tOF LIRIARY
I C(ESe$ITAt4 MAs >rIN CIL NtES.
C (Coitinued from page 1)
-tbun uhere bhere is but a mere hand-
ful of books on thse subject. It costs
more to catalogue a book in a large
library tlsan in a small one. It costs
usore to put a book o the shelves,
the labetting is a more serious mat-
, ter, tbe (dauger of displacement is
g reater, and tbe necessity for shifting
or ooks becomes more frequent in alI
large library than in a small onse.
Wisent the stacks were enanseled re-
censtty, it tisvolved the handling of
inure than balf( as milliosn volumes
(that is 25t,0t0 volumes handled at
east twice).
The increased attendance at the uni-
versity has been more than kept pace
wtll by the steadily increased one of
the library. Thse registered circula-
tion is now far above 200,000 a year
and continually growing. The present
n eeds of thse librasry are tummarized
b~y thte librarians as msore books, more
coons for books, more room for read-
ers, anss more high grade assistants.
TEcACHEFRIS HIMBiLE
CAMPU.,IS TIOSERS.
(Coistinsued froms page 1)
Slconplls.
A.1l. H. R. E.
Sewsard, 2b ..........5 3 1 11
Carte,,. f1........5 0 1 01
Lasbssie, sso....... 5 3t1t
' Basuan, c.......4 1 0 0j
t. Soith, et .....4 0 0 0#
MscFarlanid, rf ...13 1 0 1
ItleFie, 3b ....... 1 0 0
Nirholl, lb ..........4 0 0 1
Afetcalf, ps.......2 0 1 1
R. Smith, rfC......1 It 0 01
1-ervios, 3b. . . 1 0 0 0t
'rct, p ........2 1 1 0

THE ANN ARBOR
FRED C. WEINBERG, Proprietor
Open Every Day Except Sunday
9:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M.
For Ladies and Gentlemen
Tuesday and Friday Forenoons for Ladies Only
The Pool is Fed With Cool
Spring Water

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725 South Filth Avenue

Phone 996-2 rings.

THE CHARMS OF OUR SUMMER SEAS
Speed your racation othe Great Lakes, the weal ecoomicel end enjoyble outing in
Anteriee
Where You Can Go Li n taeroaerat into allimortntpots
Daily service between Deatrait and Buffalo, May st to Novewber Ilst. Cite of
DeroitlIlan~dCity of CevelandIlil,two ofthe largest sidewheeolsteamers inthe wold,
an ti division Jane loth to. September IlOtb. Daily setvice between Detroit asd
Cl eveland April lath to Diecember lest. During July and August two boats nut sf
Detoi and Ceveand ever aturday and Sunday night.
Four trips weeblr between Toledo, Detrsit, Makiuac Island and war ports. Ten
Day Stopover alowed at Alpena eitber direction on tourist tickets witbout additionat
cst. Dily service between Toledo, Cleveland and Pt-in-Say.
Special Steamer Cleveland to Mainac Island, two trips weekly, Jane lath to
September IlOtb stopping only at Dietroit every trip and Godeticb,Ot., eveey Monday
up-bound andaSaturday dewn-bound.
Special DayTripslbetween Detrsoiand Cleveland, During July and August
Tuesday. Wcedneeday, Thusrday and Saturday out of Dietroit; Monday, Wednesday,
Thuarsday and Friday out of Cleveland.
RAILROAD TICKETS AVAILABLEs-Tickets reading via any rail
line between Detroit and Boffala and Detroitland Cleveland will be honored
for transpoation an D. & C. Line Steamers in either direction.
Sesd 2aent stawpfrtla-seseed amphleteandGreat Lakes Map.
Address:LC. 6G. Lewis, G. P. A.. Detrait, Mich.
Philip H. McMillan, Pee.
A. A. Scantsz, ice-Pre. sod Ge'laMgr._
g[ Detroit & Cleveland \" *
Navigation Corpny

erry's Victory Celebratio12
J913 a0~at Put=
DU . O LE DAILY Vh -lD , fl
dYLTROITA-.-PUT-IN-BAY--SA _V R ' - C~tml:2.L'@, ,P\ W'
Daily Put-in-Bay Excursins. Round trip week days 60c, sua lys a.- -,;
Steamr "iPut-in-Bay~e (Nets), 41110 pas.ceoge capacity, r<:': .n
sdeek onishLilakes, ConuiismsictPOcacsteterechairs, Prse-ate p-cor,
Cciisisodisuis diintg and lunchl roomos. Fast steel steamercc"Fanlk E.
olse daily serceeoiw isi operation to Puit-in-BPay asi Cedtar Cdint- W. Ic,
faimius ahlitngbeaches, historic cavesancd maitiuhot els. Daily 0to C!,l I-
1:30 a. in., via Puts-in-bay, $1.21 eacho way. Strainer asp55ittinb,y' v~
Detroit dhaily at 8s30 A. M. Steamer "tFrank E. Kirby"' leaves Detecit see
days at 5s00 p. mn.
Daylight Trips to Cleveland $1025 t(a;)
I ACLI .Si.fl~lt5'ilt

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---- Rubber Soled Foot-
wear for Men and
- can omen---
- ~ that is SATISFACTORY and
RIC14T IN PRICE will be found of
MY NEW LOCATION-119 E. LIBERTY STREET
I have boon headquarters for the past seven yenrs for
thin class of footwsear.
(Itq~l Grade Sh(isc..~poirhasiisx jtilt)
TINKER & CO.TUTELNHRO
FURNISHERS and HATTERS In University MenI Lunches and Sodas
342 S. State St. 338 SnuthlStiate Street
FOR
Universal Dry and Steam Clean- Groceries and Meats
ing Wrks -ArltiticCleanersCl 0. vrtinFs-ll s n Feh
ing Wnrk5 Co~~~IV.EasybU S-fAItSLril
T. E. WAHL., -Mgr.I I FLMBL.FSr.. Pree. t5ll Ferest Aeue

3,1 10 5051
(141111 cy Inings.
1 2134 56 700
'illsi........000040110-6
All Camplus .200010200-5
Left on bases, Ypsi, 9; All Campus,
1; hsosme rn, Lsabadie; three base
hits, Goodlrichs, Labadie; two base
hits. Gildy; struck out, by Lieth, 3, by
Metcalf, 3, by Price, 3; base ion balls,
oif Lietk, 2; hit by pitcher, McClean,
Jiffersons; umapires, Ccushing, Dinmisky.
FORl RESEARCHIES.
(Coutisnued from page 1)
lie expeldition in getting to the scene
of tewsork, as aii 18 mile journey 0on
muilses, Ithrougehsmounitainous counltry
s is snecessiary. Asttart was made
eairly in lhear niniig, hoswever, andi
ltce destinatiosswile reached before
breakfast, whsich is served at nsoon is
thtlcounstry.

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