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The Wolverine, 1915-07-06

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THE WOLVERINE

____________________ -T H E W 0L V E R I N E good will, as well as to place thleir
Orpheum Theatre goods before hlis eyes. They have
The liouse ofCamoscPlaysram usanadone it oot of a desire to oee tudent.
Playersn.Thle official todent newspaperfo
fractivities successful. Tllcy lhave benl
the U'niversity oi Michigans sommer
loya~l to lI
555i01, lublshol iy te sodeitsO~l "Tunl aboot is fair Iplay."
July ,9-, Ms.-To us'.-"Th o 57 m" Taesday, Thorsday and Saturday at- Tesec~~l vs aeavrie
July , 7,Whd. - Marogue rite Ctart in ternloonls. Twenty-five issues,. nTeWleie hv upre n
"Wildflower''. ihaslis Chaplin., _in__The___Wolverine,_____have___supported_____one_
of your in~stitutionls. It is oip to you
July 8-9, Thurs,. Fri.--'The s Hase sfthlts Slubscriptionl rates -By carrier, sev- to su~pport theirs.
Is- tssl" C~ss~nss 'Istis. enlty-five cents for the summser; -
smailed to any address for one dol-
lar.
--_____________________ -Advertising rates-Furnisihed upon ap-
__________________________ - plication to tile boniness nmanager.
Soubscriptions anti ads taken at Quar- -
Arcade Theatre ry'a, Culsinig's and Southl Univer- Has your Gernsanl prof started to ex-
SHIOWS: AFTERNIOONS 4:00: EYE. 6:15; 7:45; 9:15 sity Phlarmtacy. plailltile war to you yet?
tOffice Htoars: Managing editor, 2:00 _
Taes. Jolt' 6--Charlie C'aplins O,,ttgtto 3:10 laity; btusliness manager, Thlere are still sone who htave Slot
aoldIynamote-Is' 1twosarsts, Also 1:00ttto 2:00 daily. lPhone. tt0 oritotught a text.
treespatFoCxscFeattre-, "lir.liaoisiesl 2414._
Cires"
parInt ted, ii tlMaissYBlos, tt". Aiddress, Tile Wolverinle, Press Build- "31i l1II Headlinle TiI c-Nesvs.
Als Katryn serlttti otne r0e1l1 ilg, Baytnard St., Ann Arbor. Suppose its drownvled it?
coedy. "Sau'etfrothel,auders" __________
________________________________ -Ilovurd It. 1Marsh-3)Iauaging EI~ter erd11( at1ltheiiiF'iculty C'oucertl.
____________________________- P'honle-2414-1505 "Whlat rio yosu tinik ttf tile singer?"I
Maesic/Ferris 1. Ftc Businessn Maager "Give mte tile Wbite every filth'."
Mae tcTheatre Phoe 960-236g

SUMMER SCHiOOL
New ansd Second=Hancd
Draw; n g Instruments, Loose= Leaf Note Books
Student Supplies in General
UNIVERITY BOOKSTORE

BICCEST AND BEST PHOTO PLAYS
Matnee 3 P.M, Eve 7A&830
July 6-7, Tues. Wed-yMAX FIXMAN
In THE HOOSIER SCHOOLMASTER.
Five parts
ALL SEATS 10 CENTS
STemple Theatre
ADMISSION Sc.
(excopt Friday mnd Saturday)
Jutip 0, Ti,,ss 'fkIt 5,0 OTiC RROR5
by th()Iti o LIlyl-:. JilteyIhVsspe-
int wii t'IA R,SC11 I1',IN.
Csaning-fitselFxploits of Samse or lh-
ClutchlinglHaind.
Ann~ounceen~tt of the tact thast iB. C.
Whittney of Detroit, has at~iaini takeni
over tht' mantagemientt of tile Whittney
teater andilghat ftsenitnagetielt sill
be under'S thisoupervisian of Donliiiic-
Intyrs' of this city, is welcomenewls t
ts' thea'teir-goter s of AnnitArbor.
'Tt' thtitir stiltlIts'conucted Ias a
hight classtthos, hpllying tilytsett'st
prodttttIis, iniciluding-t? lii' sost ltpopu
tar mutisicaiS~'ltcmeies. 'fTsestars who
tavs already' blentbooked for itext
trest, Williait Gillette, Forbe's-Rtob-
i-St5011, Guy Dates lost, Blillie' ttttke,
'Mautd Adamis, Frantces Stalrr, l1thl'
liacrylitore, itarry Laudtier, Davidi War-
fiettd, FraintoMIntyre, tOtis Skiitier,
E'lsie',Talis, and lithert Edison~.
BOOKS
Law & Medial
NEW AND SECOND HAND
Complete line
Text Books
Lhaoror Boks

tonttribuitingt Editors-
1F. I". MhcKinnesy
hi. XI. Church
TtTESDAY, JULY It, lot5,
ISSUl'F: rT0lIOR wight IW. Je111in1gs.
TH , E ttALTRtAGEDIY
Satourty afternoon, htaving finiased
his switc for the wveek, IRVYING B.
FENELL, of Greensbturg, Pa., went up
the HurlontRtheir, capsized, anid after
a vaint'ffort to haul himself out of
liii water otnto the otverturned canoe,
dlisappeatretd in the sluggish water. A
shtorttittlf houtr later a fellowstuildenlt
nesated the corpsse bsy diving, and haill-
'it it ouit by te toe of a tennits shoe,
We siho kitesw the dead roani snly by
asssocitattin, sautsed lontg enottgh to
conldietinill'symplatthize, anthetnl for-
setbut fts ereal tragedly ihapplenied
se'veiral hundtired stilt's assay, when til
'!tunsuspectin~g father and motther re-
ceivedl a brutal yellowv slip of paper
telliitg ltititheir sonlsndead, andI
<iashiig hotie ib'osdy should hi' dis-
posid of.
FiARt 'LAY
sincesit hegant its existenct'five
years ago, 'Tt' Wolverinie has woit for
itsetlf a plac- as a camtpits institultionl.
It has cometi'to its retld 1upon by
iitmtiIfstctiol studen~its as a mOediumt
Ses of cuirreni tlapenitings anttiant-
noun~c'met'nts of futlure' evenits.
''Te geniiwth of The Wolverine seas
list a mushroo ne.ttt -, It did lnt
sprlingip lltlver tight, or' du~rinig one
summter. It had to lie carefully lost-
crest anti nursed through several crit-
ical stages. It tas had to pros's each
ye'ar thast it could heSnails a success.
Yet the stuldenlts, wvho derive what-
ever benefits theme may he in Thte
Wolverille, as a coniveyor of sunmner
school itew's, tire not the real stup-
psorters of the paller. What they nay
for subsncription s woiulid not psy the
printer's bill.
It in thsrogh its advertising that
The 'tolverine tas svon continued
existence. Realizing that it in a canm-
pu s isitutiont, edited foe the benefit
o1' the students, loyal local mterchsants
have givent it their support. They have
bought advesrtisnlg spat's liberally.
'lThey itas'sdsnesiftibecauise they
thta'vewishedi 1,1obitaiinthetsstulde'nt's

Patrietic Po~em f 51lte Stiiiiei'School
A hundreds yearn or iiore ago '
Gui' fathers signetd a declarationt;
'['heiy stootd ttrounditsldt watchiedt is
grow
Fromiir~lteens states into a nlationl.
'They swtire oin hightthtat they weri'
free,
Thatlthe liy'd 50151e1out1'from tyratnt's
yoke-
That freedonm stuff don'~t gil with 151,
I'll false ain oath tht it's at jokie!
Ins free? Olh, pshaw, it mtakes lilt
lauigh
Whenel'er I ponlder how I slave
't get my work sait standth(te gaf'
Of penfs wholl drive use to ftse grave!
Fromlduslaniltil this stars go ini
I hone awvay is miseree!
Egad, iftSnakes me1manisit nsiii
Eachtimle I hear that phrase: You're
fret' - W. A. I'. J.
lull11Sltf!
Etditor- "Whter' slityotugetiall your
('ltb-"At te first Nationlal lianlk
builtding."
Ed-How's Thtat?"
tab-"'There'sare fivi'goodnistorie's
(here all ftse time."
Forcing l's Ito.Ag're w1ith lr. (Oslet'.
Onlsettontribt tadth ie Inerve' tt hall in l
thle "IIlKstclteh, I tlhestlln," latwye's
sign. If'sIpast ftse t-year mlark; chlto-
roform!t
"C'tI 'S lIE ARTl STOPS
BEE"INC FOR116llMENUlTES"
--eletinett, 'liles-News.
Thlat's Inotiing, stunt'hell' havenl't
ally.
Adlvertisemnt-if
"11'1 11 & I1IE'GGS"
IPrivate School
Fur girls and b oys.
Smtilth ~ talceste hoyst.11141litgg's
the girls." F. B.t,
STAY AWARE NIG11TS
TO(1WORRIY BECAUSE-
('lessenthu~siasts are nit cslled
chesnuts.

_ New Patterns and Weaves
-Cons in -ind0examiine itiese fabrics
1 closely. Their appearance is nil right,
tlwe waty oln oactully Llahiinds uii
j thew.l Thievalule is ilost exsellent, cod
.we iiake yoi a sitlaI a reasontible price
fr1n any piece you select.
I oPlatE PliBacin Suits made to Measure
$10.00 up
AT FREEMEN'S
Board $4.00
803 E. WASHINGTON STREET
EEYTHING GLEAN AND SANI'TARY
13c. per dy 1D1imner 350.
WF 5011. fOtRtDINKING, X5ATRR SAND CO0tI, If
Gas a block nortsh fron'-ittallAaditor-lsass
I"The next trunk I buy
will be an Indestructo"

a y
lDESTF 1 47
co rim X1-0

3

This is the opinion of
people evefywhere wh o
kno wthlehandsonie appear-
once and durability of In-
desil ucto trunk, or who
lavt teeh how wonderfully
fourt m~iheat they are for a
fr ivellingauid vacation trip.
We have a new lime of
IIictifcto trunks a n d
leather gootds. Come in and
see thteni before you go
west thlis snmmer.
Itdestructo ltunks are
absolutely guarantced for
five years, no matter how
thaed the wvear N oo give
them.
Summer Furnishings
for Men

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W..,.. rr rr

Ruele, Conlin & Fiegel
COR. MAIN & WASHINGTON

Bitck rakers of peanut politicians _____________________________________
are tnt tallest peanuht roasters. KYEIw . eW W HI'KER.
Womensin lthares mhtake veilesd re- For Table Supplies- Wholesale anal Retail
1 14-1 1 6 E. Washington St, Phone 326
Brisdge building is taulghlt ill iethelln-________________________________________
hiney dpartsen. Musical lItstrumienhts, Shtrinigs, and prices. Schsasherle & Son, Music
Everythsing is not mint fosr a julep. alt Musts-al Suptplis's at reasotiahbseItsous, 110 5,tMain St.ti

Reference Books
Dictionaries
Compends, etc.
Cash or exchange for your
old Books
Largest Stock in Michigan
C. E. BARIHELL
326 . Stale SI. Tel. 761-M

Call at the Daylight Store when in need of
Clothing and Furnishings
THE MAN STORE OF ANN ARBOR
NEXT TO ORPHEUM
J. F. WUERTH CO.
Firm J. F. WUERTH. F. P. HARRIS

The Palais Royail
S FANCY WORK AND CERIOS
304 Soath M'ain Si.J
Capitol. $io~oooSurplus finyi
Cniied Profitn~s,Is3o,coo
The Farmers and Mechanics Bank
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Safe Ranukinlg andilCourteou1s TeatmenOt o
S Customners Is Oure Watshworad
3 perecent Interest in our Savings Deparimenti

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