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August 14, 1913 - Image 3

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The Wolverine, 1913-08-14

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T H E W O L V E R IN E

We are
yH igh Fdyers
in the shoe line. We handle the
___very finest andt newest of footwear
though we don't charge high
prices. Yon certainly should see
( <four display of latest model low cut
shoes. Their classiness will be
apparent at a glance, their comfort
at the first "try on.''
Headquarters for
PINGREE MADE SHOES
GILMORE SHOE COMPANY
119 South Main Street
WHITESTAR LINE WHARF FOOT OF ORISWOLD
WHIT ST~t INE sTREFT, DETROIT
For a Delightful All Day Outing on the eatif sitit. Clair River
take the steamer "Tashm o" an y nmor i ng8:5,Sudys 9oo. Pare
retw nnog same ay: Pr H uron $.5; Flags or Ta ashmo Park, (,c
to ee-a ys 7 c sundaysf<rile loaniretusiteaeer"Owana"
SSudl iysi ct setk aysi O
For an Afternoon Ride tos t. Clirs tlal, Tsasio Park or coitl
lUron way port i taketheC ityof Totedoat2: pe.
Make training time a pleasure by drinking
n1 11 yilltforget all otherc dpre is. Nothing to equal it for real
n frest uent, ahsoli te wholesomiensssand do niflt paae l asure.
Delicious - Refreshing
Thirst- Qu enhing
Demand the Genuine -
Refuse Substitutes 2
WIeisver THE COCA-COLA CO.
yoQseeiankATLANTA, GA.
of Cuca-Cola
Fine Watch Repairing
Eye Glasses and Jewelry Repaired
Alarm Clocks Conklin Fountain Pens
Haler Jewelry Co.
Telephone 534 308 South State Street
The new Catalogue
OF THE
Ullverity of ichigan
IN NOW READY
Complete Information concerning seven departments:
Collegiate, Engineering, Medicine,
Law, Pharmacy, Homeopathy,
Dentistry and the Graduate 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 the scientific
administration of departments of sanitation
and public health.
For Copy of Catalogue, Special Announcement, or
Individual Information, address
SSHIRLEY W SMITH
Secretary Universify A N N A R B O R

IiNGINtEERS PLAN
"OPEN HOUSE DAY"
(Continued from page 1)
3b; "Heinie" Rye, If; and "Venus"
White, rf. The game will be followed
by a dance, after which lunch will be
served and the day will close with
an all-camp sing.
Among other news is the report of
the ball game played by the camp
team at Indian River with the fast
aggregation of that place. The River
boys wearing honest to goodness uni-
forms and boasting an almost big-
leaguer in the box held the students
down for eight innings, but the old
14 Irish rose to the occasion and the
transmit men beat out four straight
in the ninth. The final score was lost
sight of in the melee, but we gather
from the context that the camp con-
tingent won.
The omnipresent Lyndon, who is
summering in the vicinity, occasioned
no surprise by appearing upon the
field. He was immediately impressed
as umpire, and, after the game, en-
tertained the boys royally during the
entire sojourn at Indian River.
Party 5, the Bogardus contingent of
the Cosmopolitan club, is on the mess
committee this week and has issued
a menu in fourteen languages. The
only foreign names we can figure out
are Kartoffelsalad and Irish Stew.
ARl'TISTlC TALENT DISPLAYED
IN FAU'TL'Y CONCERT TUESDAY
Miss Nora Hunt and Mr. Stevens
Enthusiastically Applauded by
Large Audience.
Unparalleled success marked the
final faculty concertof the University
School of Music given Tuesday even-
ing before a large audience in the
High School auditorium. Miss Nora
Crane hunt won great applause by
her rendition of "Lullaby" by Hans-
com. Miss Hunt sang unaffectedly
and with intense feeling. These qual-
ities, together with her deep sympathy
and wide fIlexibility of tone, brought
her close to the hearts of her hearers
Playing the most difficult selections
with power yet with rare delicacy of
touch, Mr. Harrison Albert Stevens
charmed his audience during every in-
stant of his playing. Among his fin-
est interpretations were the Chopin B
flat Sonatat and "Auf Fluegeln des
Gesanges," hy Mendelssohn and Lizst.
Miss Hamiltoi's accompaniments
were noteworthy.
THE GREAT WHITE WAY.
Hoonligt On Lake Erie a Glorious
Sight.
Just imagine yourself aboard a lux-
urious D. & C. Line steamer on Lake
Erie, right in line with the moon. De-
lightful to think about; more delight-
ful to really enjoy. D. & C. steamers
leave Detroit and Buffalo early every
evening and arrive at destination early
the next morning. Rail tickets honor-
ed for passage. Send two cent stamp
for Great Lakes Map and Folder. Ad-
dress
D. & C. NAVIGATION CO.,
Detroit, Mich.
Call 15 for baggage checked from
house to destination. tf.

LAWS WILL RAVE FOUR NEW
GRADI'ATlE COURSES NEXT YEAR
Professors Drake and Barbour Will
Teach History and Philosophy
of Law.
Four new courses will be offered
by the law department during the
coming year to graduate students who
are candidates for the degree of Mas-
ter of Laws. The courses to be of-
fered are: History of English Law,
which will be a survey of the history
of English law beginning with a brief
treatment of the Anglo-Saxon period
and thence from the time of the Nor-
man conquest through the reign of
Henry VIII, with a brief study of its
development since that time; History
of Continential Law, which will com-
prise a survey of the history of the
legal systems of the states of con-
tinental Europe; Roman Law, con-
sisting of readings, interpretationis,
and criticalrdiscussions of selected
titles of the Digest; History of Legal
Philosophy; Proseminary, being a
study of the chief schools of legal
philosophy of the ancient medieval,
and modern periods.
Professors Joseph H. Drake and
Willard T. Barbour will conduct these
courses.
Injured Lan Matkes No Improvement.
Edward McMahon who fell 30 feet
from a scaffold at the new heating
plant yesterday morning lies in a crit-
ical condition at the Homeopathic hos-
pital. Since the accident he has only
regained consciousness for a few min-
utes at a time, and it was stated to-
day that there is little hope for his re-
covery.
The other men who were injured
Monday afternoon when a heavy piece
of iron fell on them are doing well.
None of them are in danger.

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
ADS IN THIS COLUMN 'MUST l3E
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.
Stolen. -A blue Pierce Arrow Bicycle
from S. A. E. House, Tuesday morn-
ing. The person is known, but if it
is returned no questions will hi
asked.
Lost.-Lady's Waltham watch, open-
face, monogram, Friday noon either
on State St. between Wash. & .Hur-
on, or on Huron between State &
St. James Hotel. Reward. Call
201. N. Thayer11. H R. Law.
For Rent.-Fine large hotrse near the
campus suitable for club, sorority
or fraternity. Whitney Reality Co.,
210 N. State St. Phone 1134J.
Fine opportunity or three or four
men to earn good money from now un-
til the first of October. Call' 1219-hj,
Saturday ight or Sunday.
Call 15 for baggage checked from
house to destination. tf.
Fuller & O'Connor Tailors. 619 E.
William St. tf.
First class shoe repairing. Modern
Shoe Repair Shop. 611 E.1. William St.
tf
Call 15 for baggage checked from
house to destination. If.
Make The Wolverine advertising
columns your business guide. Every
advertiser apeparing there is deserv-
ing of your patronage and can be re-
lied upon.
For prompt and most satisfactory
work bring your films to Hioppe, pho-

Union Cancels Last of Summer "Hops" tograplie', 619 E. Liberty St. tf
There will be no more dances given -
at the Michigan Union this summer. Suits cleaned and pressed, 75c. Ful-
The reception and dance to be given ler & O'Connor, 619 E. William St. tf.
at Barbour Gym on Friday evening
has made necessary the abandonment
of the dance for this week. Examina- Charcoal Grilled Poi terhouse Steaks.
tions will come in the literary depart- Bessimer's Grill. 113 W. Huron St.,
ment the next week, followed fy the upstairs. Opp. Interurban Station. tf.
law examinations a week later, and it
has been thought advisable to consider Call 15 for taxi. tf.
the season ended.

No Women's League Party for Friday.
The usual Friday afternoon party
of the Women's League in Barbour
Gymnasium will not be given this
week on account of the nearness of
the examinations and the fact that the
summer school reception will be held
that same evening.
Rubber Sole Oxfords, all styles, at
Campus Bootery. 208 S. State St. tf.
!MAJESTIC
TONIGHT
KINEMACOLO R
FILMS D'ART
PHOTO PLAYS
Travelogue Motion Pictures
ALL SEATS 10 CENTS

SUMMER SALE
MU sic
PIANOS
Enup erstQ fug C
lbouee
Across From Majestic
For Rent
Suite of 6 or 8, all outside
rooms in the Malcolm Block,
many people say they are the
best in the city-
Especially fitted for Doctors
or Dentists.
iE Karl Malcolm
604 E. LIBERTY

!" I

LYNDON, PHOTOG RAPIH ER
Ann Arbor's Headquarters for Kodaks, Cameras and Photo Supplies
I make a specialty of Developing, Printing and Enlarging for Amateurs-by modein
methods. This has been my business for nine years and it has increased every day-only results
will do this and so whenever you want anything photographic look for the sign of the kodak-
that's where things move.
LY.NDON

719 North University

Kodaks for Rent, 10c per day

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