TRY T R U B E Y'S ICE CREAM
Also Martha Washington and
116 S. Main St. Phone 166
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
MAYNARD STREET. ANN ARBOR
Regular Fall Term
Sept. 29-Feb. 7
All Branches of Music
For Catalogue or information, call at office,
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary
capital, $ ee.o surpu, $5.000.o
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
SafeBt in g aCrteo sreatm tofour
Cstotrs .r Wa ~r tchtetee.
3 per cent Interast in our Savings Departmentt
Varsity Toggery Shop
1107 S.Univereity Ave.
LAW AND MEDICAL
NEW AND SECOND-HAND
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LARGEST STOCK IN MICHIGAN
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" The Arcadia"
During Summer Session
Regular Prices $3.50-$4.00
BRENNAN-MORROW, 612 E. Liberty, Phone 164
The Tobacco Shop & Billiard Hall
The Place tr Stmmer School
118-120 E. Liberty Street
311 S. State St.
Carry the Largest Ling of Wool-
ens in the city. Satisfaction
guaranteed. We cater to those
who want the best.
All work made in this city.
S. H.WILD C.
THE 'W OLVERINE mobiles and trolley cars. We have a
sneaking desire for peace and quiet-
The official newspaper of the sum- ude, and we would be grateful to the
mer session of the University of Mich- authorities both on and off the campus
igan, published by the students, Tues- if they would keep all vehicles faster
day, Thursday and Saturday after- than baby cabs and wheeled chairs, in
noons. the roads where they belong. We wish
that we were a little bigger and we
Address-The Wolverine, Press Bldg., would abate the nuisance by personal
Maynard St., Ann Arbor, Mich. effort.
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. Ilart-Business Manager.
Gordon Davies-News Editor.
Y. F. Jabin Hsu-Asst. News Editor.
Ceorge M. Curtis. Earl Crossman.
John It. Ober. Charles C. Webber.
Walter W. Watson. . J. Reighard.
I. J. Hoffioeister. Reuben Peterson.
C. B. Hughes. Howard V. Devree.
M. Mack Ryan Leo J. Wykkelj
S. W. Robinson.
Henry S. Parsons, Asst. Bus. Manager.
Fred W. Marble. Louis Rabe.
Subscriptions and ads taken at
Quarry's, Cashing's, and South Uni-
Isste Editor-L. E. Crosstan
THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1913
THE SPEED FIENDS.
It adds variety and excitement to
our morning walk to have a fiend
on a bicycle come noiselessly up be-
hind us, and pass us with a rush
and a sharp ring of the bell at the
psychological moment when we will
jump the hardest. Whenever we ap-
proach the corner of a building on
the campus, we keenly enjoy the sus-
pense of waiting for some demon to
speed around, and miss us by the
fraction of an inch.
Our comfort grows when we try
to figure up the momentum of a body.
weighing 150 pounds, and moving at
the rae of umpsteen miles per hour.
It deepens our philosophical trend of
thought when we contemplate what
would happen if we were hit.
But nevertheless we wish that bi-
cycles might be relegated to the street,
to take their chances with the auto-
STU)DENTS MUST FILL BLANKS
TO RECEIVE SUM3IER RECORDS
Undergraduates who desire a state-
ment of their record in the summer
session must call at the office of the
summer session in University Hall
on or before August 15, and fill out
a card so that it may be sent to them.
Graduate students will not be noti-
fied of their grades if their work is
satisfactory. Students from other in-
stitutions who desire to have credit
transferred to their college are re-
quired to fill out special blanks for
that purpose which are to be found in
the office of the summer session.
HEALTH EXHIBIT TO REACH
ANN ARBOR ON AUGUST 25.
Reaching Ann Arbor on August 25,
a special train sent out by the state
health department, will feature ex-
hibits of the latest devices for the
preservation of health and the pre-
vention of the spread of disease.
The school hygiene exhibit on this
train is in charge of G. S. Lasher, '11,
who, however, will leave the train be-
fore it reaches Ann Arbor, and will
go to Buffalo in connection with work
which he is doing on a model school
room to be exhibited at the meeting of
the state teachers' association here
in the latter part of October.
A number of interesting exhibits are
being shown, in addition to the school
hygiene exhibit, and people all along
the route are manifesting great in-
terest. James Helme of the Michigan
dairy and food department, and R. L.
Dixon of the state health department
are in charge of the exhibit.
MICHIGAN'S EX-CAPTAIN STARS
IN PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL
Joe Bell, Michigan's 1913 base ball
captain, who signed up with the St.
Louis Browns early in the summer,
was recently transferred to the
Northern League. He is playing cen-
ter field for Superior at present and
is not only making good at the job
but is leading the batters of that cir-
cuit, having hit for an average of .379.
He has been at bat 87 times and has
msade a total of 33 hits.
Any subscribers wishing back copies
of The Wolverine to complete their
files can obtain the same by calling at
the Press building during office hours.
ENG1NEERS NOW OUT OF RACE
FOR CMIPUS LEAGUE PENNANT.
Lits Still Have Slict Chance To Tie
Leaders In Games Yet To
Standing of the Department League.
Won Lost Pct.
Laws . ... .. .. . '5 2 .7141
By forfeiting yesterday's game is
the lits, the engineers lost tiricl st
opportunity of tieing the laws for first
place in the department league. The
race for the campus championship
now lies between the barristers and
the literary men. The engineers will
complete their schedule in a game
with the lawyers next Saturday.
Should the boilermakers win, this will
give the lits an opportunity to finish
on an equal footing with the laws by
beating them in the final game. If
the laws win next Saturday, they will
have a clear title to the flag.
In event of a tie between the fits
and the laws, it is probable that a
postseason game will be played to
decide the campus championship.
August 14, 5:00 p. m.- -"Some English
Gardens." Illustrated lecture by'
Professor Aubrey Tealdi. West lec-
ture room of the physical laboratory.
August 15, 8:30 p. m.--teception at
Barbour gymnasium. Students will
present their treasurer's receipts at
the door. Extra tickets for mem-
bers of their families may be pro-
cured at the office of the summer
session in University hall.
Suits Pressed, 25c, Pants 10c. Fuller
& O'Connor, 619 E. William St. tf.
Do you play
We carry full lines of Spal-
ditng 's eatd X tglit S.. Iitto's
make of Athletic Goods tin
Getneral. 1very article gtar-
MAKE OUR STORE YOUR MEETING PLACE
The Finest Willard Roomt in the State
CIGARS and CANDIES.
"We Try to Treat You Right"
COUSINS & HALL
Cor. S. University and Twelfth Street
We Make Old Hats New
Alt kinds Cleaned and Ioeked.
The Best Shoe Shine Shop
NEXT TO WACNER'S
Rubber Sole Oxfords, all styles, at
Campus Bootery. 208 S. State St. tf.
____________________TIE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS RANK
Caipital.. ...9 ceoce
D Fries Art Store esrces....................$,000.00
Transacts a General Banking Business
,,per cent interest paid on savings Deposiis.
PICTURES AND FRAMING vottctBusine'sSolicited.
223 SOUTH MAIN STREET Chas.E.H o 1 res.Mie.ritz,Cash'r
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Two Good Saddlers y
Phone 348 116 N. Fourth Ave. 0.B. ANDRES, 222 S. State Street
CALL TAXI 1550 On Call Day or Night
Auto and Baggage Livery
Ann Arbor Taxicab Co., 300 N. Main St.
The White Swan Laundry
Corner Detroit and Catherine Sts. and 4th Ave., Ann Arbor
USES SOFT WATER
WHITE SWAN y
Reasons in every bundle of Laundry work sent from the White
Swan Laundry, why you should
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for our wagon. GoODS NOT ROTTED BY CEEMICALS-White,
not yellow nor blue--button holes intact buttons ditto. Special atten-
tion given to ladies clothes. OUR PRICES THE LOWEST.
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"You can tell
If"y"""want te best that is
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