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August 16, 1913 - Image 3

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The Wolverine, 1913-08-16

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T H E W O L V E R I N E

We are
High Flyers
ni the shoe tine. We handle the
very finest and newest of footwear
though we don't charge high
7pies. You certainly should see
5 our display of latest model low cet
shoes. Their classiness will be
7 .apparent at a glance, their comfort
"at the first "try on."
Headquarters for
PINGREE MADE SHOES
GILMORE SHOE COMPANY
119 South Main Street
WHIT STA LIN StH ARP FOOT OF GRISWOLD
WHITE STAR LINE wS TRET, DETROIT
For a Delightful All Day Outing on the eauftiflt St. Clair River
.127.the atner asih o 'anysmornig n S ondavssoo. Fare
"tiring s - y lda : rt sss (H ron : Flss u Tassslnotrk, o e
ek-daysu.eiStndaysafor Toleio:,Iretssste<sssamer"sswana"
lea t oitd o. .,retins o D etrot 7:5 p. .; fare
For an Afternoon Rideto St. C rla ts tmsso Park or Pot
More Work
and better done .Mind brishtt
s a dollar-ulck as a flash.
That's how
Will 1hC11 YOu. It is sacteerfl, whole omeand
satsfy ng a drink. Good fcr both body and bra n
T )hWsYs ts b
Wheneers THEl 0ICA - B C.
AriMNof 1 7c--C i. -
Fmne Watch a p ring
Eye Glasses and Jewelry Repaired
Alarm Clocks Conklin Fountain Pens
Haller Jewelry C.
Telephone 534 308 South State Street
OF THE
U I
University Michigan
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
Secretar Uniers YI T H
Secretary University A NN A R B O R

cHURHt AND STATE ARE TO
CHANGE LAND IYITH RAILWAY
James T. Marks, superintendent of
buildings and grounds, has sent a
communication to the city council
relative to the exchange of land dur-
ing the relocation of Fuller street,
last April. The street was changed
in order to allow the building of a
spur from the Michigan Central to
the new University power house. The
deeeds involved in the transaction
will be executed in the near future
between the University, Bishop Kelly
and the Michigan Central railroad,
and Mr. Marks has asked that they
be exchanged at the same time, as
the Michigan Central according to its
charter must not allow a diminution
of its physical values.
PROINENT '13 GRAUATE IS
IN ANN ARBOR FOR WEEK END
John H. Townley '13, Musical and
Dramatic editor of The Michigan
Daily is i town visiting friends. He
will stay about a week, and is at
present the guest of Prof. Samuel
Lockwood of the School of Music.
Townley will join the faculty of
Corsell University, Ithaca, N. Y., next
fall, where he will teach English and
Rhetoric.
While in the university, Townley
was prominent in collegt dramatics.
He coached all the plays given last
year by the Deutscher Verein, Cercle
Francais, Proscenium, and the Wo-
man's League, and is himself a talent-
ed artist behind the footlights,
SU IlER STUDENTS PROLONG
RECEPTION AT (RANGER'S
One hundred and fifty coupes trip-
ped the light fantastic in Barbour
gymnasium at the summer session re-
ception last night. The reception last-
ed from nine until eleven-thirty, and
then in spite of the fact that the ban
was on the tango and coats and high
collars were strictly in order, a party
of nearly a hundred hired the orches-
tra to go over to Granger's where the
dancing was continued until the wee
sma' hours.
Surprises Friends by Elopement,
Word has just been received here
of the elopement of Mr. Frank J. Wis-
ner, '15, with Miss Irene Schulth, of
this city. Quits a ronance attaches to
le affair, as young Winer had s-
cured employment at The Delta,
where Miss Schulth was also employ-
ed, and although the attraction was
known, his last move was not ex-
iectet by his friends.
The couple is reported to be in
Charlotte and doubt is expressed that
isner will return to the University.
He was a member of the Accacias.
Purchasing Agent Takes Lake Trip.
Mr. C. L. Loos, purchasing agent
of the university, accompanied by his
wife and family, left this morning for
Toledo, where they will take the boat
for a two weeks trip up the lakes.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hans will as)
make the trip.
The PALAIS ROYAL, 304 S. Main
St., next door south of Koch & Nich-
ols, has the latest oddities in Sou-
venirs to take home.

Slihlher Stildeilts
You Will Appreciate
The Michigan Music
At Home
A Complete Stock is to be found
at the
U~Iniversty busic ibouse

Press Building

Maynard Street

i

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
ADS IN THIS COLUMN MUST BE
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.
For Rent-Fine large house near the
campus suitable for club, sorority
or fraternity. Whitney Realty Co.,
210 N. State St. Phone 1134J.
For Rent for school year a single
room two blocks south of campus.
New decorations and furniture. No
other roomers. Family of two.
Phone 30-J.
The PALAIS ROYAL, 304 S. Main
St., next door south of Koch & Nich-
ols, has the latest oddities in Sou-
venirs to take home.
Call 15 for baggage checked from
house to destination. tf.
Suits cleaned and pressed, 75c. Ful-
ler & OConnor, 619 E. William St. tf.

Fuller & O'Consor Tailors. 619 E.
William St. tf.
For prompt and most satisfactory
work bring your films to Hopp. pho-
tographer, 619 E. Liberty St. If
Fite opportunity for three or four
msen to earn good money from now un-
til the first of October. Cal' 2t9-1,
Saturday ight or Sunday.
Call 15 for taxi. tf.
MAJES TIC
TONIGHT
KINEMACOLO R
FILMS D'ART
PHOTO PLAYS
Travelogue Motiost Pictures
ALL SEATS 10 CENTS
-I- - - -

IFirst class shoe repairing. Modern
Shoe Repair Shop. 611 E. William St.
_ _ SUMMER SALE
Make The Wolverine advertising
columns your business guide. Every M u s ic
advertiser apeparing there is deserv-
ing of your patronage and can be re- PIANOS
lied upon.
Rubber Sole Oxfords, all styles, at lb 0 U !D e
Campus Bootery. 208 S. State St. tf.
Across From Majestihc
Rubber Sole Oxfords, all styles, at
Campus Bootery. 208 S. State St. tf.
Call 15 for taxi. tfo. For R ent
. Suite of 6 or 8, all outside
Charcoal Grilled Poi terhouse Steaks. rooms in the Malcolm Block,
Bessimer's Grill. 113 W. Huron St., many people say they are the
upstairs. Opp. Interurban Station. tf. best in the oity.
1 Especially ftted for Doctors
or Dentists.
Suits Pressed, 25c, Pants 10c. Fuller
& O'Connor, 619 E. William St. tf. J. Karl Malcolm
Call 15 for baggage checked from 604 E. LIBERTY
house to destination. tf.

LYNDON, PHOTOG RAPH ER
Ann Arbor's Headquarters for Kodaks, Cameras and Photo Supplies
I make a specialty of Developing, Printing and Enlarging for Amateure-by modeln
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.
L Y N D ON

719 North University

Kodaks for Rent, lOc per day

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