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116 S. Main St. Phone 166
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
MAYNARD STREET. ANN ARBOR
Special Summer Session
June 30-August 22
All Branches ofM Pusic
For Catalogue or Information, call at office,
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary
Capital, $oo,ooo.oo Surplas, $So.oa.oo
Undaived Profits, $a,000. 00
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
safe Bankingand Courteous 'reatm nt of our
Customerss is Outr Watchsward.
3 per cent Interest in our Savings Department
Varsity Toggery Shop
1147 S. University Ave.
Summer School Books
LAW AND MEDICAL
New and Second Hand, For Sale and for Rent
Williston's Cases Contracts.
urat sCases roperty.
Bunker's Bills and Notes.
It.Cason Bills and-Naten.
Cooley's Coanstitnioanal Lan.
MCaints CasestCCnstitttianalt tan.
Wilgua' Casen Copotratonla.
Mechem and Gilbert Cases Damages
Banke>n Cases Saetyship.
Tiedenian's Real Propety.
topkins' Re tProprty.
McMaster' Irreg. & Reg. Conmercial Paper.
Nortans Billsand Naton.
Daniell's Negotiable Instruments.
Caley's Constitrtions. Limitations.
Osnen'n taw Qainner.
Haight's Questions and Answers.
Putney's Law Examiner.
Largest Line of Law and Medical Books in
Michigan old Books taken in Ezehange.
C. E. BARTHELL
Law and Medical Publisher and Bookseller
Tel. 761-L 326 S. State Street
The official newspaper of the sum-
mer session of the University of Mich-
igan, published by the students, Tues-
day, Thursday and Saturday after-
Address---The Wolverine, Press Bldg.,
Maynard St., Ann Arbor, Mich.
Office Hours-1:00 to 2:30 p. m., daily.
Subscription Rates-By carrier, seven-
ty-five cents for the summer mailed
to any address for one dollar.
Advertising Rates-Furnished upon
application to the business manager.
1,500 students; 22,000 townspeople.
Louis P. Haller---Managing Editor.
William A. Hart-Business Manage.1
Gordon Davies-News Editor.
Subscriptions and ads taken at
Quarry's, Cushing's, and South Uni-
Issue Editor-Y. F. Jabin Hsu
THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1913.
Any one wishing to try out for the
business staff of the Wolverine call at
the Press Building or Phone the Busi-
TO THE OLD GRADS.
Veery shortly, the committee which
has worked for such a long time, pre-
pari"g the ground for a campaign
for funds for the Union, will com-
mence its more direct work in the
alumni associations throughout the
country. When the campaign begins,
the Union will need the active support
of every man who has realized the
possibilities of this million dollar in-
If there are any among the return-
ing alumni who have not seen all
that is potential in this Michigan ideal,
we urge you to find out why it is that
there are now more than 2,400 active
members of the Union. Talk to any
undergraduate and find out what has
been going on at the Union this year,
even under the handicap of lack of
funds and equipment. Let that same
undergraduate tell you what might be
done in the way of unifying the cam-
pus, of furnishing a gathering place
for Michigan men, of raising the tone
of university ideals, and of making
the most of a democratic, cosmopoli-
tan and wide-awake university, if only
this financial handicap were removed.
And when you are convinced that
the Michigan Union is the dynamic
center of the university, become an en-
thusiast yourself. Tell the Michigan
grads at home what the Union means,
and help to make this ideal a reality.
TEN COLLEGE MENv
from $100 to $200 p
Summer months. Wr
THE S. WEBSTI
SEN. TOWNSEND THRILLS
(ROWD AT DEDICATION.
(Continued from page 1)
neers turned out by it, the university
retains the services of some of the
distinguished i structors who have
been here so long."
The senator's criticism, however,
did not detract from the praises which
he bestowed upon the beautiful edifice
and his tributes to the memory of its
donor, and only served to color the
impressive dedication which was wit-
nessed by 5,000 students, faculty mem-
hers, regents, alumni and townspeople.
Academic Parade is Impressive,
The ceremonies began with a long
academic parade. Faculty, regents and
distinguished guests attired in various-
ly decorated academic robes from
universities all over the globe, follow-
ed several hundred alumni, some of
whom marched with their wives and
children, formed the body of the pro-
cession. On either side marched a
guard of honor composed of 100 sen-
iors, each carrying a Michigan flag.
Behind came the graduating classes at-
tired in caps and gowns and headed
by a drum corps.
After Bishop Williams had opened
the exercises in the auditorium with
the invocation, President Emeritus An-
gell presented the building on behalf
of the representatives of the estate of
the late Arthur Hill.
Regent William L. Clement accept-
ed the gift for the board of regents,
and took occasion to urge the alumni
present to follow the example of Mr.
Hill, contributing towards monument-
al buildings and special research
"' tlie People's University."
Governor Ferris made the accept-
ance on behalf of the state.
"Hill auditorium is to be a univer-
sity in itself," said Gov. Ferris, "for
awakening the possibilities of the av-
"I believe one function of the uni-
versity is to find rare, human plants
and to develop them."
Be concluded by urging its utiliza-
tion to the fullest extent for the drama,
music and "the spoken word."
Senator Townsend, as the principal
speaker, also took occasion to urge
the graduating classes to take an act-
ive part in politics, emphasizing the
demand for the student of politics in
remedying existing evils.
"Should Take Part in Polities."
"To justify their education students
must take an active interest in the
government which gave them this op-
portunity, by making it stronger, bet-
ter and more truly democratic," he
said. "The graduate does not need to
go to congress to manifest such inter-
est. Opportunities are always at hand.
"I insist that the so-called higher
institutions of learning should impress
their students with the great truth that
to whom much is given of him much
James K. Hackett
Prisoner of Zenda
Friday, June 27
Admission 10 Cents
Deliveries made when promised
109 E. Washington Street
will be required, and organized gov-
ernment should receive the most un-1
selfish, intelligent and patriotic
thought and personal attention of ev-
ery graduate of this university.
"The country is in need of construt-
ive statesmanship-of men who cal
repair aed improve the government
house the while they are living in it.
We have many people who claim to
be expert destroyers and they are
large advertisers for business, but that
which is required now is Ien who can
take the material on hand and make
Suits Pressed, 25c, Pants 10c. Fuller
& O'Connor, 619 E. William St. tf.
Quarry's Drug Store, corner State
atnd Ro. University Ave., were youaat
wii find anything in Drgsueanal re-
Pictures and post cards of all cam-
pus buildings can be be found at
loppe's, 619 E. Liberty. 1-3.
Call 15 for baggage checked ffrom
house to destination. tf.
Gilbert's Chocolates always fresh at
Quarry Drug Co.
Bring Around a List
of Your Wants
It doesn't Alattelat yo's
want it Second - Hand
Text - Books. we iave
them for ;y altpat tment of
the tniversit ,tand at the
right prices als'e beest tock
of Engineering S up-
Plies atd Loose Leaf
Note Books. The est
Fomitain Penas ifr $t.oo each.
All' kinds of second -hand
books bought, -sold and ex-
MA fi IllSTOlE YGIl tH TNG PLACE
301 S. Main St.
Has just received a ship.
ment of rarest Italian Ware,
also a large line of oddities
These novelties are for
inspection by the Summer
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The Plais Ro al
304 S. Main St.
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--Auto and Baggage Livery
Ann Arbor Taxicab Co., 300 N. Main St.
During Summer Session
Regular Prices $3.50-$4.00
BRENNAN-MORROW, 612 E. Liberty, Phone 164
The Tobacco Shop & Billiard Nall
The Place for Summer School
118 -120 E. Liberty Street
who would like to earn
per month during the
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