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The official newspaper of the sum- At the office of the Wolverine, we
mer session of the University of Mich- revel in dirt. By the time we have
igan, published by the students, Tues- wiped an editorial pen off on our
day, Thursday and Saturday after- fingers, and accumulated more or less
noons. printer's ink in the course of jerking
proof, we feel a pressing desire for
Address-The Wolverine, Press Bldg., personal cleanliness. We would ap-
Maynard St., Ann Arbor, Mich. preciate washing with germless li-
Office Hours-1:00 to 2:30 p. m., daily. quid soap from a sanitatry vessel, in
Phone 960. a spotless marble basin, if the neces-
sary corollary were not wiping our
Subscription Rates-By carrier, seven- }sands on a roller towel of doubtful
ty-five cents for the summer; mailed antecedents.
to any address for one dollar. While we do not wish to open our-
Advertising Rates-Furnished upon selves to the accusation that we are
application to the business manager. trying to secure special rates on
& 1,500 students; 22,000 townspeople. cony paper from the paper trust, we
Louis 1'. Haller--Managing Editor. do advocate the paper towel as a
Phone-1016. perfectly satisfactory and decidedly
William A. hart-Business Manager. cleanly improvement.
.ltICtIGAN WRITERS ARE WELL
NEWS STAFF. lElnlESENTED IN MAGAZIA ES
Gordon Davies-News Editor.
V. F. Jabin Hsu-Asst. News Eadito'r. Altumni ire Aetie in Field of Current
Leo Burnett-lectres. Fiction, Polities, and
Issue Editors. Education,
George M. Curtis. Earl Crossman.
Guy Wells. Several stories and articles fropn
Reporters. the pens of Michigan alumni may be
John R. Ober. Charles C. Webber. found in the current numbers of the
Walter W. Watson. J. J. Reighard, national magazines. In the August
F. J. loffmeister. Reuben Peterson. Schribner's is a story entitled "The
C. B. flughes. Howard V. Devree. Old Order Changes" written by Kath-
M. Mack Ryan Leo J. Wykkel erine holland Brown, '98. To recent
S. W. Robinson. numbers of the library magazines
Usiversity Librarian Theodore W.
Business Staff. Koch has contributed articles on li-
tHenry S. Parsons, Asst. Bus. Manager, brary administration and catalogue-
Fred W. Marble. Louis Rabe. ing. Under the title of "The Largest
Latin-American University," in the
Subscritios, s and ads taken at June Educational Review, Edgar E.
Ouarrys, Cushings, ad South Uni- Brandon, '88, gives an extended ac-
count of the University of Buenos
Issue-Editor-Guly Wells. Aires, the astronomical department of
which is, through the person of Prof.
W. J. Hussey, closely affiliated with
this university. Franklin P. Adams,
TUESDAY AUGUST 12 1913 99 the rsmorous compiler of "Every-
TUSAA ''T1,51 bodys Alsmanak," cosntributes a fan-
ciful skettch entitled "What England
TOWELS. Must be Like" to the current number
There are situations in which even of that magazine.
the best efforts of modern science fall Among books the early publication
short of the mark. The University of of Stewart Edward White's latest
Michigan has recently installed a novel, "Gold," is announced. This is
sanitary experiment station which the first of a series of novels to ap-
puts it among the foremost universi- pear from the same pen, dealing with
ties of the country in the line of mod- recent historical events and modern
ern preventative measures in sanita- political conditions. "The Land of
tion. The medical department is Footprints," a recently published
justly proud of the men who have books of Mr. White's deals with his
been doing work along this line. The hunting experiences in East Africa,
authorities in the department of en- where for some time he has been
ginrering are doing equally commend- hunting big game, and exploring the
able work. interior of the Dark Continent.
Even in the white-tiled toilet room In the realm of philology the recent
of the University library, this influ- work of Edward L. Adams on "Word
ence has made itself felt. But in de- Formation In Provencal" has receiv-
fiance of advanced ideas on the sub- ed much favorable comment. It is
ject of sanitatio and prevetative sell orgasized, and witnesses the
medicine, a roller towel of the com- sound scholarship of the author, and
mon or garden variety hangs in should prove an indispensable tool
state on the wall, and serves as a to the student of philology.
FACULTY TO (;IVE CO'CEIIT
AT HIGH SCHOOL TO-AlE IHT
Offering a varied program of in-
strumental and vocal music, mem-
hers of the University School of Music
faculty will appear in the second
concert of the summer session, this
evening, in the high school auditor-
ium. The concert is complimentary
to summer school students and the
Miss Nora Crane Ifunt, contralto,
will sing Rossi's "A Rendimi" aria
and two groups of songs, while ltar-
rison Albert Stevens, pianist, will
have for one of his numbers Chopin's
B flat minor Sonata. Miss Francis
Louise Hamilton will play the ac-
August 12, 5:00 p. m.-"Primitive Mr
in Michigan." Dean W. 1. It insdale.
West lecture room of the physical
8:00 p. m.-Concert. By the Faculty
of the University School of Music.
High School auditorium.
August 13, 5:00 p. m.-"Rltecent Devel-
opments in City Administration,
From a Legal Standpoint." Profes-
sor W. G. Stoner. West lecture
room of the physical laboratory.
Do you play
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