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August 19, 1913 - Image 4

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The Wolverine, 1913-08-19

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T HE WO L VnnI N E

C. I. KIDD
Phone 1530 J 1112 S. Univ. Ave.
DRY AND STEAM CLEANING
THIS WAY you Summer Students-Come around for a LUNCH
that is a LUNCH
wBAN IR 9 Corner of Monroe
and Thnayer Sts.
A fanil line of
Tobacco and Cigarettes. iifgh Grade Confections and Fruit.

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SPECIAL SALE ON LETTER PAPER AND TABLETS
We carry All Sizes Loose Leaf Paper
340 S. STATE ST. IRVING F. SCHLEEDE

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UNIVERSITY AVENUE, PHARMACY
1GOULDING & WI(EIL
Drugs, Cigars, Candy, and Stationery. Agency Mornts Non-Leakable Pin

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DETROIT TOLEDO'
ClEVELAND PORT HURON.I
BUFF ALO k\~~GODERICHj

THE C-HARMS OF OUR SUMMER SEAS
Spend yur vacatioo the Great Lakes, the nost economical and enjoyable oting in
Amierica
te an.' No mlatter tsohat point you want to go, ose D. & C.
W eeYuCanl Go Lin Stesmers operating to all important porto.
Dally oseice btenDetroit and BuflMop lot to Novemsber ist. City of
Detroit Iland City ofCleeand111, twso ofth lagetide wheeloteamoers inthe world,
ontisodivision June 10th to Septemtber IOth. Daily service betweneDtroit and
Cleeland April 15th to DecembeorIlot. Doing July aod Aogut twoo boats ot ot
Detoit and Cleveland essry Saturdy and Sundaynight.
Pssr tripo soeely beowens Toledo, Detroit, Maskinac Iland and wsay portt. Ten
Dsy Itopoeor alloweod at Alpena either direction on tourist ticketosnwithout additional
cst. Daily oseriscebetween Tolndo, Clevelnd and Psi-in-Pay.
Specsial Steamer Cleveland to Mackinac iland, twso tripesneekly, Jone l5th to
Septembr Oc stopspig olysat Detroit every trip and Goderich,Ot., rvery Monday
op-bondandlSaturday down-bod.
Secoil Dy Tipsbetwe~ecnDetroit and Cleveland, DuringJuly and August
Tsesday, Wednsday, Thusday and Satsrday ot ot Detroit; Monday, Wrdnesday,
Thursdyand Friday ot o lieveland.
RAILROAD '1' :K IcTS AVAILABLE-Tickets reading via any roil
ine teicenesot ? : Jntd Bouffilo and Detroit and Cleveland wil be honored
to t nesporlotinn nco D. & C. LinSteaers in eithoer direction.
Senod 2cno tanI ppforllstroted Pamophletand Great Lakeo Map.
Address: L. G. Lewis, G. P. A., Detroit, Mich.
A. A. Schant, Dio-Prenod Ge'l Mgr..
® Detroit &Cleveland
Navigation Company

CHINESE sTI)ENTS WILL BE G(rauitte's Enagegenet Announced.
MCIVNEAT (CONFERENCES. ! Announcemntthfis recently heels
- luade of the engagemenst of Mien Jose-
(Continued from page 1) philne Hayward, of South Boston, Mao-
of whiiclh the local cliP is a chapter, sachosetts, to Mr. Lawrence H. Thsns-
has a msembershoip o1 800, and holds aso, of Detroit. Mr. Thomas gradoiated
atnually those conferences in the dif- i 1910 tram the electrical cengneering'
ferent sections of the cooutry. s departmsent of the University nofAMich-t
This year, the easterno convention igan.
will heeIseld August 21 to 29, ot Cornell,
the mid-western at Illinois, August 29 JOHN WHITE WILL I)lS(U[SS
tn Septemher 5, and the western, at PLAN FOR (ITY (1OVRRIRTNT.
Calitnrnia, August 29 to Septemher 5. ___
Ownig to the lscation of Michigan, Ito litne with the recent appointment
thse meinhers will Ps almost eqoally of a committee consisting of faculty
distrihsuted hetween the easotern and memhers anod Annt Arhor bosines
nild-westeris sections, although the mnt netgt
local oranizaninenotoalinvestigate b questions of city
Iscl oesizaio nomaly elngs10governmnent, comes the ansnounlcement
thie muid-wecstert. that the Hon. Johns Z. Whsite will lec-
The last mid-western conference was tore at the coort house ono hs cons-
held iu this city in the first half of miosion forim of government.
September, 1912, when the university M.Wie h oastgeIoei
apprprited su of$199forthethe deniocratic candidate for Uniteid
opiening recepttion,. sod othorized Re- States Senator tromoIlilinois. Ilie is
genst Juiniuss Deal, Prof. itohert M.exctdo give two lectores, onoe in
Prf.T.l.ehi of the heatrcme-t, the afternoon, and one in the evening,
Prof T. . Rnkinof he retoic d-hat has not yet notified floe civic asso-
partselt, nd D. S L.Frenh, hoiation offhciails of the exact time at
succeeds Prof. James A. Craig, in Sewihh ilh nAnAhr
mcticis, to render all possible accom- The committee appointed hy the
modatioso1 the visiting delegation, civic associstion* to invetigate queso-
The ptrograms of both conferences toi fmncplgvrnet spr
are similar in nature, covering differ- toof mplniofthasociametipto
sot social, intellectual, literary, athiet- core co-operations between the busi-
ic, usial nd usiesssesion. Aness men in town and the university
special feature of the progra is the____________________
bazaar, which provcd to be the muot
popular last year when it made its Vitr
exlibition in Barbour gym. PerrysVitr
Mtany SMichigan members are holding 1 (Alt Sneoner)
otfices at thse mid-western section; 113 1at Iu t=
Presidetit V. T'. Maiw of the local elbb
is vice-chairioaai 00 the section; sod
T. Y. Tam, '14E, is treasurer. On the ' - +i °
confiereince conmmiittees are, athletics,
T. Sets, '15E, and K. W. Au, '15E; ha- DO BL DA Y S
maar. Q. L. Yotimg, '15E, sod C. 11.
Song, 'l.5E; business, S. U. Huang, DETROIT- PIT.INBAY-S
'15)R; thitiese literairy, V. T. Maw, Daily Put-in-Bay Excursions. Rouz
'14E, Eis;glisls literary, T. F. 1-wang, Steamer"Put-in-Bay"e (Nrw), 4(
'141, atnd T. W. Shen, '14E; accommo- deck en the Lakes, Continos music,
datietss, I. H. Si, '13; ansI publicity, C. Commodios diniog and luoch roooss.
IP. Wanig, '14, antI Jabin Hsu, '14. Dooble daily service now in opemationt
famaso bathing beaches, historic cavesa
t'NI)ROGOES 8:3t0 a. n., via Put-is-hay, $1.21 ea(
t3OOT OO EIGI'TI IEGOSDetroit udily at 8tI0 A. M.Steamer
IIPERAIIOY FORf '1A ItT, C days at 5:00 P. m.
Charles Rtise, an eight year old boy, Da lg tT is o C
sine to the ufniversity hositital from
Lewiston, Michigano, unacconmpanied, -dtoctrcsrmvdfo i
foodtins ctarctsretsovil rom hio Wrie forFolder
eyes Monday.
'This is the second time that he has
come to the hospital for ats operationi
sins Iis eyes. He deceloped blitsdncssr
several yearstago when he was struck-,
ini thes eyes during.ig tsowbsall ight. 7MTeorainsmsthvebne-
tirety suiccessful, aind it is believed aN
thoat, oitli lthe aid ot glasses the boy -
w ill so00 Pcable to see is soil is
Call 15 for haggage clinched froto/ _.
hsoose to destination. tf. "t

fexperts. 10hs b eels is i sigtiig liii'
(oOnillOi son flailforssr5oeioicasdllit
is likoely thalt the Aiisiirbor vote'rs
woll have 1010oppflotunity ceoy shisrtly
to exproess thsir ssntimentloti the
({'ranger~eli('o lese ThinsWeek.
'This 'ietdnesIday eveingsswill lie' flo
last of thse ssiosucodaticing filrties
lit tGrange's.Thest' pialtiesfhave besei
ovcry wnell attetidid said credit is cluei
Mros. Granger fssr the sstndard siti'hs
mnaintined.
'T'si'Acadiemoy Sill I'e'peflcaboutlO ct fu.
2sf: whentsheocr'eglar a' ssembsliehs00111
asgasin Pt' held.
In Ite iersois of Ta~lmadge Kitng of
Fettots, Mich., Ithe usiversity is In
gain afnother''promssising atletfi'. Kin:;
ito the fatll, anis shsssldl make a great,
recorofsor himsself. At presetthle is
a sftufentl sOtlHobar'it.ollegi', soher'es'lie'
playedIhalf ibackonsfthes varsity, tooof
part its college' theatricals, amidhply-
esd on the glee club.
columns your business guide. Every
advertiser apepar ing thesre is ideserv-
log of your patontage assd. can bfe re-
lied upon.
SCelebration
In-Bay!,
TEAMER SEVCE
SANDUSKY--CEDAR POINT
ind trip week days 60c,' Sundays 7,5c.
10l0 passenger capacity, Largest Glafncing
Ocean steamesr ochairseIPrivatn poisons,
Faot steel steamser "Franik E. Kirby."
to Puit-in-SPiy and Cedario int- Wffold-
and msamosth hotels. Daily to Cleveand
doh way. Steamer "Ptin-Pa5y"' leaves
r"Frank E. Kirby" leavei Detoit week
;leveland $1.25 (way

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Rubber Soled Foot-
wear for Men and

Women--
_ l ftine is SATISFACTORY and
roRIGHT IN PRICE wilt be found at
MYNE LOCATION-119 E. LIBERTY STREET
1 have beer headquarters for the past seven years toe
this class of toootsear.
(Ifig ji c I 50 hIja i"l « cII )1 lli)

FURNISHERS and HATTERS to University Men
342 S. State St.
ANN ARE-OR DYE WORKS
Httietic Clc'ancre3
Phone 628 204 E. Washington St.

TUTTLE LUNCH ROOM
Lunches and Sodas
328 South State Street
Groceries and Meats
Call 407. Everytitg First-Cluss sod Frost.
A. LEMBLE, Sr., Prop. 530 Forest Avenue
Aee Arbor, Mich.

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