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UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUS(
MAYNARD STREET. ANN ARBOR
Regular Fall Term
Sept. 29- Feb. 7
All Braches of Msc
For Cataloge or Informatio, call at ofic
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary
Captal 'rl,.o srplus, 500Oa
THE FARMERS AND MEHANICS BAN
ANN ARBOR, MIC.
iofelook~ig a11(4 C ourt o' 'o',c~otonoc,,of ou
Culle as cis our W orod.
3 pr cetInersinoutr Svigs Departoer
Varsity Toggery Shop
1107 S. Univerly Ave.
Do you realize and appreci-
ale the opportunities of pur-
chasing from the largest stock
of Law and Medical books in
the State of Michigan?
'thi is al 0111.pai ty youd.n l ac
st oar ' n homei , and you so .uol take
advantag of i.
Stock up your library with
C. F. Bartliell
LAW, MEDICAL AND DENTAL BOOKS
326 S. Sate Street Teho 761 L
During Summer Session
Reglar Prices $3.5--,$4.00
BRENNAN-MORROW, 612 E. Libry, Phnt 14
The Tobacco Shop & Billiard all
The Place tor Summter School
118-a120 E. Liberty Stree
* 311 S. State St.
Carry the Largest Line of Wool-
ens in the city. Satisfaction
guaranteed. We cater to those
who want the best.
Established 1 888.
All work made in this city.
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,T H E WOL V ER INEHwith absolutey no extra root to the
The official newspaper of the turn- It strikes uts that the scheme it a
user cession of the University of Mieh- good one. ansd we urge that it he given
gan, publiohed by the studentt, Tuet- it trial.
day, Thursday and Saturday after-
Address-The Wolverine, Press Bldg., (Continued from page 1)
Maynard St., Ann Arbor, Mich. is likely to be settled without muoch
Slice H-ours-1:00 to 2:30 p. in., daily. difficolty. Boyle played a brilliant
Phoone 960. game on the 1910 freshsman sqooad, but
dropedouot of school for a year, and
Subscripotion Rates-By carrier, seven- whsen toe returnoed in 1912, he reported
ty -five cents for the summer; mailed late, ouot of conditiooo, and in no shape
tany address for one dollar. to du himoself justice. Hie is expectedl
Advertising Rates-Furnished upon. to he iso good shape this year, and it is'
aplticatiso to the business manager. predicted tat he will develop into oooe
6 100 stoodents; 22,000 townspeople, of the best quarterbacks that Mtichi-
- Loti P 1. Italler-Mantiaging Editor. gan has ever had. Boyle will not have
Phone-1016S. too eoasy a timse, howcever. T. H. Bush-
S Villioet A. thart-Itttsiness Miantager. ooHell, '15E, who played a good game at
Gi Phone-357. quarter too the Pennsy game last year,
____________________________is no01 vs he overlooked in spite of the
NEWSS STAFF. fact that he is woefully light. R. F.
(2ortoit1)aseo ews dito. tugloilt, '15E , whso is also handicapped
Y.FIt~ll Hit.1utNis llltlt by tack ofoeight, omakes up too game-
.F.Jell trHteu-sest.ues.Edtor osss, ond is a valuable backfield oman,
KettI~ttnetr -Lcturs. articularly intoohe open style of play.
Issue Editors. J. B. Catlett~, '15, who played quarter-
Coorge M. Cortis. Eari. Crossoman. back on the freshmaon teamu last year,
eGuy Wells. is very poweerfully built and showed
Rleporters. coonsidrable speed. He has also made
- John It.fOber. Charles C. Webber. gssd as a halfback.
_Walter W. Watson. J. J. Rteighoard. Wilt Be Strotog ont Defense.
00F J. Hoffneister. Reuben Peterson. If last year's team was weak on the
t'. t. IHughes. Howard V. Devree. defeonsive, this year's bids fair to moakej
K M. Maock Ryans Leo J1. Wykkel 0010foc it. Calotaino Patoersoonswill get
S. W. Rtobionson. all thoat is possible out of 200 pouonds
at o robrvoo, in ithe center positiono. Henory
Itousintess Statff. Licttoer, '141E, whos played center oon
- IHenry S. Paorsonss, Asst. Boos. Masnager. lbs Reserves last seasoon, will be Pat-
Ire W. Mlarble. Louis Rabe. erson's oooderstoody this year. If1R. A.I
Pret ITraphagen cano get lots stoodies into
tsue Elitor-.11. lteigllord. shape, lo'hewill be a valuable man to-'
~ssubstituote for Capitain Paterson. He
is six feet ho height antI weighs 195
pounods. If he receives perooissioon to
for one of ths guard or tackle post-
130KS T CST. tionos or possibly at center.
Oneof he eaves itms n te e- l,iletllent Are Heovy
pens lit o th Miciga unergad- For the position of guard E., J. Al-
irat, epecillyin te lw an mei-nendinger, '24, looks like a certaityt
caldeprtmnts i fo boks.Mici-if toe retpeatshis umagooiticeont game 01
11,hasalwys oased f binga porlast your. He weighs 1910 pounds, and
,r~ms uivesity Duingthe asttwodespito' his wetigot is remarkably fast.
or treeyeas, oweer.it as eenS. S. Scott, '14P, is one of thoe biggest
toecoed neceosry to raise the fees is candisdats's for a lplacs. tie stanods over
toosot of the odepartonents and this six feet, anod weighs more than 200
"oleld with the advanoce of expeoses pounodo. With two year's experience
alonog other loses has brought no to fleoen0 tho' Reserves, he ought to make a
poittwhtere some sort of economoy is good shooing flits seasono. Reuben
necessary if Michigan is to hold out Peterson, Jr., 't4, is another lineman
floe samec inducements to the self-sup- who boos been ono the varsity squad for'
portinge studenst as too past years. two seasons. ftHecighs 185 pounods.
At anunomber of Sloe universities in F. J. Quail, '16, 'oas a powerful mem-
sloe cooutry, there have seens establish- her of the 1012 all-fresth teens.Il~e
s o oekstores whicho are operated 000- weighos 190 pouonds, anod was consider-
dier thoe suptervisions of the university, ed the best builtt freshmnoo in the unut-
ond whero' books are sold absoltoety at versity. A Dorrance is another big ac-
cost. to floe stoodeoots. Not only does five moono who will try for a line post-
tots umeansta very great savioog to ev- tion. W. D. Cochoran, who played cen-
vol one whto buys tots books thoere, but ter on last year's freshmoan team,
too oaddition iftoill give wsork to a num- weighs 2111 poouds, and is a hard ag-
toes of self-suptporting students, and gressive player. He wilt be a hard
mass to beat oust of a gusarod positions.
A. A. Raynoond is osothoor six Soot o'ool-
didaote for guoard. Be weighos 1800
pouonds, ond tlayeod a goood gameto'ith
the frestonen last yeaor.
At tackle, F. J. Mcele, oughot to
make good,.tHe is a 2010 tootonoer 'ithl
a year's experiesnce oo the Recserves
hack of him. L. It. o'ntooo, '16E,1010y-
ed a fair gaooe at tackle co thoo frooso-
mans teamsi sseasoto. Heteightts I96
pounds. F. C. Mtorse, '141H, layeoo
tackle on Sloe reserves last fall. tto'
u'eighs 1901 pounsds, osod to fast for lots
weight. John R. Nortons, '16E ,tlooyod
tackle on Sloe fresomon teamuo lost seoa-
son, asndtoseod his 2000 opouds to goodt
advanotaoge. F. J5.illtard is also a
casndisdate for this toositionowhvtlaye00 od,
on the Rteserves loast seasosi. Jamso'
W.i Raysnsford is ansother liksely canto
End Maloterial Shlos o Proitise.
R. 1S. Torbet, '141E, who starrod bout
yeartoonomakisng forwaorod passo'sseemns
certain of holdisng downon outfs the
ends this 5season. Its so eigbs 2700
poonds and is fast. Miller IfT. Pontious,
14L, captain-elect of floe varsity base-'
ball team, will probably be used oagoain
at enod this yeaor, though too haso tlayed
a brilliant game of tackle. His height
and agility make himos particularly
valuable too handling forwvard toossess
With Torbet he pollod off too tosses
in theoC ornoell gameoclast seaosono swhich,
gave the -Wolverines the victory. tHe
tilos toescooles at 1s85 00,0 's. ?uotO
Tessin, '141L, is expecteod to moake stome'
at the others hutstle hio, year. 1-1e
wveighos 155 pounsdos, asid is a doeadly
tackler. lEtton Joamoos, '16, to likley
to make one of floe roegulaor eosbutoo
another job this year, if hte tive'ssop to1
his reputationo.tHe is a natuoral foot-
ball player, sod destite lots weoight of
180 poonods is Sass as lightninog.
With Sts wealth of material, tros-
pests tools bright, and Yost shouldl be
abile to develop a teatmowhticho wilt
ranok soith some of the colobroatood
teams of toast years.
Lit Atnnounteet 00 (bth'lis Weeko.
Theo' annuotaltnnounicement for tho'
department of literooture, science antI
arts wilt be outt the blater p fthuoliso
week. Usually the announeenstis
not ready for sdistriboution ousoti the
.rst of October, butthSlos year ass effort
is being mnade So get it 0osf beforo' the
close of the summer sesion.
lo you play
We carry full looses of Spal-
dinss andsoolXWrtglht &-IDitson's
mxake of Atllo loC(oocl its
tGeneral. I s cryartisle gosar-
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Transacts a Geoneal Bankiong Business
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USES SOFT WATER
I~aosin every bundle of Laundry worksont from the White
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