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June 29, 1915 - Image 2

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The Wolverine, 1915-06-29

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THE WOLVERINE.,...,

_________- THDE WOLVERINE
Orpheum Theatre
Thte titasf FCetas Is y ruiCesn
Players. Tie official student newspaper for
the University of Miciigan summer
]tre 2, ues-;hze Dan i "iob." session. Published by the students on Used to tie new faes yet?
Jaes~ se.Ilm stsis"isc" Tucday, Thurday and Saturday af- -__
Junte 3-Wednesdasy--Al Sar Cast i ternoons. Twenty-five issues. Many cone to summer school only
Rebooked C.R - , yll e ____________________to return home iecauss of "ill health"
July t2-Thans. Cri.-Lsis M~eedithlin Subscription rates -By carrier, ev- when the marks come out.
"Help watted "s n arsamountal nly-five cents for the summer;
Tavels. mailed to any address for one do- Think Se's an Octopus I
lar. "Slippers? What nunber?"
- - Advertising rates-Furnished upon ap- "Two of course."
plication t the business nmanager.
MaesicThate Subcriptios and ads taken at Quar- THE SENIOR'S FAREWELL.
Majesic Thatre rys, Cushing's and South Univer- Out where the last dog' had his swing,a
BIGGEST AND BEST PHOTO PLAYS st hray u hr h e ettrst ry
Matine 3 P. M. Ette. 7 A 830 st hray a hr h e ettrst ry
- Office Hours: Managing editor, 2:00 Were atplalulas swipe and sing,
Tesday-"CFoue eatlers," C ,15l,.s to 3:00 daily; business manager And the muigwump wimps all day;
Howsar'd issteebrcck. Cive Pres. 1:00 to 2:00 daily, Phone 960 or Out where te jtjn ashsjw
Wednaesda~y, Tursda~y-Carly'e tBe-
welin "Th~e tHighltnds." Si, prt. 2414 And cicks his teeth in glee,
Chares Chaplin. ___________________
Cidaoy, Saeday;,Sunay - iDaniel Ot xhee the hie-haw howls his haw
pestiacleslentsiesupCie," lhoto- Address, The Wolverine, Press uild- And sharks skim over the sea-
pCae wil eEtalCityeiby Hal-
CaieSwihyPauel- se edr iyc'. Po-~ ing, Mayiard St., Ann Arbor That's where I've got ny "ten-bone"
ALL SEATS 10 CENTS jb;
____________________Howard R. Marsh-Managing Editor I'll hit that burg,-atd red I'll paint it.Phn-4-10Iti'trgtfrmtosb
Ferrs H Fich-usiessMangerA pleasait prospect, honest, ain't it?
ArcadeT te Phone 90-236-W.AP.J
SHOWS: AFTERNOONS 4:00: EYE. 6:15; 7:4; 9:15 -_____-io'Sceig
Taes. Jose 2q-CHARLIIsCHAPLIN ie
"His Trytgtiase," 2pots. Aloaat L Sign in a Liberty street window-
3pateoafeassee, 'Te Stsesn of life. __________________- "CholpSey, 25 cents & Up."
Wed. Jane 3o-0. Aubrecy i,,,th is "A.
Btider onCBrdders:" A fie pot TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1915. I o hn htti o'u s'
World'featretproduced by the roPet. -fyo__thinkthatthiscol'yumisn'
man musmentCo.foeny, sit down and try to write one.
'hursesaly, July 1-treeic, the 'ON YOUR MAKS!"-W aeyu
chritntg atiste in atsixpartcomedy W aeyu
deaa "Tihe Catsmautens" pola edt -for a flying start in the egit-weeks' -eleneCo_
race. Dig your toes in the cinders, Those new bar exam rules don't ap-
and get ready to sprint. A good start py to Schlitz and Scinopp.
I i haf te rce.And all of you are racing toward a What did father say when you told
Temple Theatre definite goalhinm you toght you wovold cone back
ADMISSION S. You, Societyman, Goodfellow andj to get a few "extra" hours?
(exnept Fiday and Saturday) Larryite, are here at the invitation of;
the fatally. You ailed two courses ! SOMEWHERE-
Tues. 20-Th~e slaskhThreed a migty last seuester You are here to show Somewhviere big Oils are abhiin',
stoey of the Se, alsto easts Selia the men who did the inviting how Ae liybs r fgtn
weekly.good you really are, That is yor To a sady streanmakitin'
Wed. 3-sleeck Steep, with. Vioa Altos, goal. "On your marks!" IlwIw s
Thurs. Jtly s- Ittdaylo ame tite a Your goal, Mr. Principal and Miss I could travel, ut a'writin'
Brsadway Star Fetere 'y Jaese Yotngteacher, is to try to help that Isthrlwbif fgtn
OlivreCacassod. tgta or thm oIsthrlwbif 'ih~n
tilta orda ot oappreciate For there's not a thought to brighten-
____________________________your worth. You'll hae to travel fast. I'M te FISH!
"On your marks!" -G. . .
"GETSET' "-You needn't look so cocky; nearly
-for ight long blistering weks. Get anyone can get a girl.
* ,, -s . - "' set for days when the classs seem ____
I- s last forever, and the sats are We otta build a loft monument
ticlty and the drinking water lake- To "Malie," "Sis" and "Hal,"
v...... 'arns and the cooking tasteless. Get Their praises ota wreck the firma-
et for becthless nights of grind, teent,
Fores-obetso toExtndTotr whetn the piatto across the road adds Bt-Oh! You smmer gal!
ForbesRoberton to xtend to the torture, and the baby net door ___
Sir Johnston Forbes-Robertson, the has the summer complaint, and the Look to Your Laurel, Ypsi!
famous English actor, who tr the past temper is short and the nights are Distinctive or unique-? "The Ann
two years has been' saying his fare- long. Get set!AroPes.
well to the leading American cities, Alo rs,
will return to this country next Oto- "GOt" STAY AWAKE NIGHTS
her to make a tour of those cities he -for all you are worth! Go after ANDI WORRY BECAUSE-
was unable to visit during his previous orwr!Seeitas osi n
stay in this country. Forbes-Robert- worry it and tear it! Attain your Once someone said, "My! How live-
son will positively not be seen in any object! Dot let upunitil yud! t n als si lme!
ofte iie eha lraysadfae But don't forget the other kind of -
well to, but so great has been the de- "E." Nowy and ten forget your work Some doughnuts have holes in them.
mand that he include those places he and your worries. Go up the river-
has not played that he has decidetd to and tlls at the mosquitoes. Pack a Mohair does not cone from Moe's.
do so. He will visit Annl Arbor. lunch and go down to the Island to
help the ants at it. Go to a dance; Writing comedy is a serious thing. -
STUDENT HOARD. Clean a n d a 'tilted collar cans be lundered for -
homelike. $4. per week. Sheldon's- two or three cents. Go to the movies, The death rate anong chipmunks
14 Monroe St 1-5 see Charlie and laugh at the way he has been increasing for-months and
walks. months and months.
Theis go hom, and see how much -
Is K s easier it is to work; howv much better Students are often "held up" on the
your work is done, and how much vay houe from Joe's.
moore vo rths w hile it all seenms._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
So again, as unoffical starters in the NOW-A-DAYS
La v'& edical eight-week race, we call, "On your It's Clothing, Hats, and Furnishing
marks!" "Get set!" "Go!" You're Goods from
NESW AND SECON[D HAND -off!____ N. F. ALLEN CO.'
--__ _ _ __ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ 211 . Main St. ft
Musical Instruments, Strings, and - -
Complete lne all Musical Supplies at reasonable STUDENT OARD. Clean a n d

Text Books prices, Schaeberle & Son, Music homelike. $4. per week. Sheldon's-I
Laboratory Books House, 110 5. Main St. tf 714 Monroe St. 1-5
Reference Books______________________
Dictironatries-
Compends. etc. Call at the Daylight Store where
Cash or exchange for youran
old-Bunks - FClothing a d Furnishir
Largest Mtock in Michigan THE MAN STORE OF ANN ARBOR
___________________NEXT TO ORPHEUM
C. EBARIHELL J. F. WUERTH
326 . State SI. Tel. 761-MH-Firm J. F. WUERTH. F. P. HARRIS

SUMMER SCHOOL
New and Seccnd=liand
Drawing Instruments, Loose=Leaf Note Books
Student Supplies in General
UNIVERISITY BOOKSTORE
®I Orr 5 c
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803 E. WASHINGTON STREET
EVERYTHING CLEAN AND SANITARY
75c. per day Dinnier
WE SOIL, OUR DRINKING WATER AND COOt, IT
Onzeblock reoe-th fr-m I 13110Au~di~trum

35c.

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We wash all goods in soft water
We do your mending and sew on buttons free
Buy a cash card and nave 10%f on your laundry
Phone 2076-2077 and our wagon calls promptly

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11gs PHONE 182
304 S. Main Street
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~ II* *The Farmers and Mechanics Bank
c o o ANN ARBOR, MICH.
'Safe mBastiog a ou rtousTreatetoIf Our
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"' 3 per cnt Interest in ear Savings Departmnent

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