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July 10, 1915 - Image 3

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The Wolverine, 1915-07-10

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THE WOLVERINE

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We charge you
nothing for devel-
oping roll films if
you can find a
single defect

Amateur Photographers' Headquarters for Kodaks, Films and Finishing
in Ann Arbor is at
L Y N D 0 N'S, 719 North University Avenue
(Two doors from Hill Auditorium)
Established 1905, and growing bigger every day

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PRINTS ON
VELOX
(the best paper mnade)

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Made to your measure
Palm Beach
The Summer Comfort Cloth
In a variety of shades
J. K. Malcolm
604 E. Liberty Streot
HUSTON BROS.
The Finest Billiard Room in the State
CIGARS and CANDY
"We Try to Treat You Right"
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Surplus tndon d iiedi it it.. ..$t5tt .
Resources.............$3,2000,000.00
Transaets a General Banking Business
3 per Cent ttint-tspaid on Svigs teposits,
Your Bintess iSoliciiteid.
Chas. E. iiscock, Pres., Miciiael J. rtitz. Casti'r
W. D. Harriman, Vice-Pres., Carl F. Braun, Asst.
Cash'r, Wm. Waltz, Asst. Cash'r Savings Dept.
DETROIT UNI1ED LINES
ANN ARBOR TINE TABLE
(Eastern Standard Time)
Limited and Express Cars for Detroit--7:10
a. m. and hourly to 6:1o p. m., also 8:
P. .
Local Cars for Detroit -5:4% a. ., 6:05 a. i.,
and every two hours to 6:05 p. m., 7:o p.
1., 8:05 P. .M., 9:15 P. m., and 10:45 . m.
To Ypsilanti only.: 7:48 a. ., 8:2o a. i.,
11:05 a. a., 5:05 P. c., 11:15 P. y., 12:15
.a. m., 12:3 2 a. t. :oo a. I. I
every tw h~orks to 7:4 p . m. ,ad
Local Cars for Jackson-5 : r2 a.mi., 6:5o a. II.
and every two hours to 6:50 p. mn., also
9:15 p. m., 11:15 P. Ill
O 0pen allsummer
fLUNC" ES and SODAS
3358 (. STAT E 8T.
Calkins' Pharmacy
324 S. State St.
DRUGS KODAKS
Candy andSoda Water
CALKINS' PhAR.MACY
COUSINS & HALL
1002 S. UNIVERSITY AVE.
Both Phones 115 Ann Arbor, Mich.

opposed to girls at movies. In fact,
we can't see any object in sitting
PUr through a movie unless there is a girl
immediately adjacent. tU
LOOK US OVER! Although we refuse to commit our- f-
selves on that poem by the engineer
in Thursday's col'yum, we are some-
what prejudiced against the profes-

i h s sociation1
It it\t t .tsittttltttstl
sents odon m otta

bai i1Jo Io , Jtt

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sion. It always oeems to us as ifI" ' otiii i bir , n it t ithe stu-
those bridge builders were trying to dents of the summt session are ex-
put something across. -About a dozen girls of the ouse of .eetitgl lii tttielytteplioitt
Good Fellowship at 316 N. State St.
Another ting we can't understand are planning a 6:00 o'clock breakfast in six ttt in t wo days trying to get
is why they don't teach agriculture at the Island tomorrown iorningY. it I i tlti th Itis tt Ileside;
in the pharm-acy department. -Prof. J. F. Shepard of the depart- that. t( t ttDiltaid
ment of Psychology has left for Chi- rugs to ,oi t ie to tfie
-ago from Whence he will reiurn the work.
Half Awake.firot part of neat week.
When we got back from our canoe If_. it. it (finext sg weekftstaive]-
trip last night, we explained to her . . g:
that our feet were asleep. "How sity health service states tihtnot omore
sleepy you must be," she said. than 50 student received tretent . i Int t
during the last week, and that no
serious cases were dealt with. This tt'. y ci I
This is what we saw up the river- shows that the health ofi the student
body is better than last year, and oii
the whole satisfactory.
~th :e ow operating
--Edward Haislip, 'l L, ,went to .tion.a i - i i (! 11-,lDiiroit and Bu -
roe yesterday afternoon for the pur- ik pitt
And this is what we caught- pose of organizing a corfmittee 1t i-s t- lit s rtIts,i tlohone
raise money for the Michigan Unioti in e m rtm5, llri5ate dininge
WHtO J. tie will return this afternoon. Next .it-v :i , Ie i .siesoft'
week he will go to Adrian, Tlillsdale,
Coldwater, and Three Rivers toor- ltris. tie
ganiZe committees in those placesi iIjs.sisle Wad
.also stsI isi visit ii tiillustrated
-On next 'iTesday, July 13 , ithe fotr 1-s p-tls n. t Lts map.
second annual meeting of the Northern 1'tti : i t etIsl,' Sat. Co.
Tri-State Medical association will ho D5, i i

In response to repeated inquiries as
to the identity of the author of this
col'yum, we have decided to print our
picture. To the first subscriber who
brings, mails, phones or wires our cor-
rect name, we will give a free per-
sonally conducted excursion up the
beautifully scenic Huron river valley.
(Note: Male subscribers are ineligible
to compete for this prize).
The printing of qur picture must not
be construed as a precedent; we will
positively not assume responsibility
for any photographs sent to this office.
-Ypsilanti papers please copy.
It bores us to talk about other
people all the time. Today we are go-
ing to talk about ourselves.
Our Dream Girl.
We have one affliction in life. That
is, in addition to getting out this col'-
yum three times a week. And it is

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even more depressing. At least once
R i I 3 every night, a pink elephant, attired
in Bismark brindle swimming trunks,
Liberty and Main Sts. stands on our chest.
A Most Convenient Place for Your
Banking itver Piracy.
While we were up the river Van
Camp-ing last night, we had an illum-
Sch o Music istating example of the watchful wait-
University 01 c ing diplomacy thrust at us. Just as
ALBERT A. STANLEY, Director we were about to'take her hand she
"A Gathering Place for Advanced Students" suddenly withdrew it with a remark
about the mosquitos. We hadn't no-
Annual Summer Session ticed any.
EIGHT WEEKS-JUNE 28,-AUG. 20
Regular Fall Term begins Mon. Oct 4, 1915 Keno.
ior Catalogue and Information address We want our young lady friends to
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary distinctly understand that we didn't
Ann Arbor, Mich. write that terrible story about the
girls at the movie show. We are not
Fine Watch, Jewelry and Eyeglass
...REPAIRINC...
FOUNTAIN PENS
a CONKLIN, SWAN & OUR $ SPECIAL
'1 , ~Lenses Cround to Order
Alarm Clocks 75c. to $3.00
8 ,BHALLER JEWELRY CO.
STATE STREET JEWELERS
U.S. Postal Station 3 TELEPHONE 534

Higher Education.
We confess a failing to the follow-
courses: Harmony and Marine Engi-
neering, downtown; S. and R., Ypsi-
lanti; Social Education, on the boule-
vard; Drawing and English, at Hus-
ton's; Pleading, up the Huron.
She said we couldn't come up to-
night, but we didn't want to anyway;
and we're going to mail her a copy,
too.
De Pauw to Build Large Gymnasium
De Pauw is to have a new $100,000
gymnasium. Work was begun June
1st, and the buildings will be com-
pleted by the middle of September.
DISCONTINUE BIRD EXPEDITIONS
IN NORTHERN PART OF STATE
Expedition to Manistique this Summer
to Collect Maimals, Plants
and Bird's Eggs
Expeditions in search of rare birds
in the northern part of the state,
which were generally sent out under
the direction of Taxidermist N. A.
Wood, will be discontinued this sum-
mer on account of Mr. Wood having
charge of the identification of birds
at Camp Douglas.
However, there will be an expedi-
tion to Manistique this summer, con-
ducted by Dr. A. G. Ruthven, direc-
tor of the museum, and F. H. Gaige,
assistant.
Dr. Ruthven will collect ants and
Mr. Gaige will collect mammals, wisle
the others members of the party will
search for bird's eggs and rare plants.
The following will compose the re-
mainder of the party: Mrs. Helen
Gaige, Mr. Rogers, of the zoological
department, and several Detroit men
interested in research work.
Several Real Bargains
KODAKS aN LENSES
Highest Grade
Apply at Wolverine Office

'. s..ac ,c l c i CSti l 411 13t', teln.t{, 1r(. MAich.
If you appreciate unusualness
in Service, Appointments
and Cooking, visit the
Open during shopping hours.
Meals served a in carte, except
Noonday Luncheon at 50 cents
The New Catalogue
of the
Universit 6yof tigl
IS NOW READY
Complete information concerning the eight Colleges
and Schools:
LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS,
ENGINEERING, MEDICINE, LAW, PHAR-
MACY, HOMEOPATHY, DENTISTRY,
GRADUATE, AND THE SUMMER SESSION
Special Courses in Forestry, Newspaper Work,
Landscape Design, Higher Commercial Education,
including Railway Administration and Inturance,
Architecture, Conservation Engineertg Education
(affiliated with Ann Arbor Schools for Obiervation
Study), and a course for thoe prepariug (or the
scientific administration of departments of sanitation
and public health.
For Copy of Catalogue, Special Ansouncement, or
Individual Informatno, address
the Dean of the School or College in wlch interested, or
SHIRLEY W. SMITHI
Secretary University Ann Arbor, Mich.

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