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THE WOLVERINE

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thougb we don't charge high
prices. You certainly should see
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("'[I DRACTERIZES BROWNING
AND1 POEM AS OPTIMISTIC
(Continued from page 1)
nglish, French, German or Amerl-
can gestures. When one of the col-
lege follows informed him that he was
'a fine boob to give directions,' a look
of enlightenment overspread his in-
nocent face, and he blandly replied:
'Ah,-oui. Oui monsieur!'
"When we were in Paris, we went to
Bal Bullier, a French dance hall
much frequented by students in the.
Latin quarter. The dancers wear,
dance and drink everything within the

GILMORE SHOE COMPANY
119 South Main Street

bonds of the most flighty imagination.
At that we had quite a coterie of ad-
mirers, or at least curious, watching
the Michigan version of the tango.

GRAD ACCEPTS VANDERBILT
ASSISTANT PROFESSORSHIP
George I. Curties 10-14M, to Teach
Histology at Southern
Institution.
George M Curtis '10-'14M, has ac-
cepted a position as assistant pro-
fessor of histology in the medical
department of Vanderbilt University.
The southern school is getting a
large number of new men in an ef-
fort to place itself in a higher class
under the classification of the Car-
negie foundation, and Curtis is to
have charge of his own department
with opportunity for a large amou-'
of research work.
Curtis received a Master's degree
from the University in 1911, and since
then has been taking work in the
medical department. During the past
year he has been assistant in hist-
ology under Dr. Carl G. Huber.
MICHIGAN GRADUATE WILL
INSPECT LIMESTONE BElS.
Richard Smith Has Been Sent to Up-
per Peninsula to Study Deposits
of Calcium Carbonate.
Richard A Smith, '09, of Lansing,
has been sent by the state into the
upper peninsula to make a study of
limestone beds. Smith received the

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The New Catalogue
OF THE
Ulliversity ofMichigall
IN NOW READY
Complete Information concerning seven departmets:
Collegiate, Engineering, Medicine,
Law, Pharmacy, Homeopathy,
Dentistry and the Craduate Depart-
ment and the Summer Session
Special Courses in Forestry, Newspaper
Work, Landscape Design, Higher Commercial
Education, including Railway Administration
and Insurance, Architecture, Conservation
Engineering, Pedagogy (affiliated with Ann
Arbor Schools for Observation Study), and a
course for those preparing for Ihe scientific
administration of departments of sanitation
and public health.
For Copy of Catalogue, Special Announcement, or
Individual Information, address
SHIRLEY W. SMITH
Secretary Universiy A N N A R B O R

"In the middle of the evening quite
a flurry of excitement announced the
unexpected arrival of Jack Johnson
and his wife. The French were more
than pleased, but fortunately for us,
he left after a brief stay. I met sev-
eral Americans there, and tiaded a
dance with Jimmie Watkins, who
happened to be spending a couple of
weeks in Paris during the summer
vacation at Oxford.
"Our Michigan Union pins have
been very useful,-serving as intro-
ductions to some dozen or so Michi-
gan men, and when I cashed my mon-
ey order, I used my membership tick-
et as a means of identification.
"Professor Pillsbury and his wife
were visiting the Louvre gallery while
we were there.
"If one becomes homesick, he has
only to drop in at the American ex-
press company and .look up the
names in the register. There are al-
ways some familiar names on the
book, and the company has newspap-
ers from every important city. I
looked for The Wolverine, but they
did not have the last issue. It would
be a good stunt to send it there.'
ONE UNCONSCIOUS; THREE
HURT IN TWO A CIDENTS
Four workmen were taken to the
lhomeopathic hospital as a result of
too accidents at the University pow-
er-house, yesterday. The most ser-
ions injury occurred at 7:00 o'clock
in the morning when a workman fell
from a 30-foot scaffolding to a ce-
ment pavement, receiving concussion
of the brain and a fractured arm.
le had not recovered consciousness
last evening.
The other three men were injured
about 1:45 o'clock by a falling beam.
Two of them were badly shaken up,
while the third received a scalp
wound.
CAM' PHYSICIAN UNDERGOES
NE'ESSARY SECON)OPERLATION
While just recovering from an
operation for appendicitis Dr. Clyde
B. Stauffer '13H, who has been acting
as physician at Camp Bogardus, was
operated ution the second time Fri-
day evening.
A puss-pouch was formed after
the first operation and its contents
had to be removed.
Thtough considerably weakened Dr
Stauffer is recovering as well as
mighit be expected.
Call 15 for baggage checked from1
house to destination. tf.

degree of A.M. from the university in nsetsaeitiatium. U.
1910 after completing his course in
the literary department here, and was Make The Wolverine advertising
recently appointed asistant state geol- columns your business guide. Every
ogist. advertiser apeparing there is deserv-
The calcareous deposits in School- ing of your patronage and can be re-
craft county and the tip of the south- lied upon.
ern peninsula are said to be among the
best in the country. For prompt and most satisfaclory
Smith will devote several weeks to work bring your films to Hoppe, phe-
mapping out the character and extent tographer, 619 E. Liberty St. tf
of the upper peninsula limestone for-
mations. Michigan's limestone has be- Any subscribers wishing back copies
come increasingly valuable in the pastof The Wolverine to complete their
few years, because of the great boundsI files can obtain the same by calling at
made in the chemical and refining in- the Press building during office hours.
dustries of the state, and it is on this
account that the state geologists are iSuits cleaned and pressed, 75c. Ful-
to conduct the investigation. ler & O'Connor, 619 E. William St. tf.
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Erie, right in line with the moon. De-7 SU M M E R SA LE
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