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The Wolverine, 1915-06-24

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THE WOLVERINE

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Orpheum Theatre
The House of Famous Plays by Famous
Players.
June 24-25-Thurs. Fri.-Blanche Sweet in
The Captive, and Paramount Travels.
June.26Sat.-The Patriotand the Spy,
and Comedy with Charlie Chaplin.
Jose 28-29-Mona Tues.-Hazel Dawn in
Niso.
June 30-Wed.-Alt Star Cast in The
ChristianbyHalCaine. Reboskedi5c
June -Thurs.-Lois Meredith in Help
Wanted, and Paramount Travels.

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THE WOLVEINE
The official student newspaper for
the University of Michigan summer 1bumorcsqu
session. Published by the students on
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday af-
ternoons. Twenty-five issues.
Unlucky '13, so many convictions!t

SUMMER SCHOOL
TEXT OOKS
New and Second-Hand
Drawing Instruments, Loose-Leaf Note Books
Student Supplies in General
UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE

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Majestic Theatre
Biggest and Best Photo Plays
Matinee 3 P. M.
Eve. 7. & 8:30
ALL SEATS 10 CENTS
Temple Theatre
ADMISSION S-.
(except Friday and Saturday)
Thurs.-"The Park Honey-mooners", a
Vitagraph with Betty Gray. "The val-
ley or mltoniliation", a two reel feature
I'it agraph. " rhe Strength of Love", a
luanfeature."
erit>:a ighth story of "The Exploits
of Soaise". "Betoeen the To of
rhes - a BroadwayStartteature witl
Mr,.Sidney Drew.
Sat. -I ances X. Bushman in the "Great
Slence". Also a Mary Pickford reel.
Arcade Theatre
SHOWSAFTERNOONS 4:00: EVE. 6:15; 7:45; 9:15
Thursday, June 24-LINA CAVALIERI
is "MasonLescast The story of the
PosoasMksOpera. his Parts.
Prida,-. Jte 25-CHARLIE CHAPLIN
rn"TheNewoJanitor"also"Vendetta'
hy arie Coreli, an exceptionally fine
KcPine Feature.
Sturday, Jose 26-Annette Kellerman
in, famous Production, "Neptune's
Daughter."
Watchfor our program for next week.
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Subscription rates-By carrier, sev-
enty-five cents for the summer;
mailed to any address for one dol-
lar.
Advertising rates-Furnished upon ap-
plication to the business manager.
Subscriptions and ads taken at Quar-
ry's, Cushing's and South Univer-
sity Pharmacy.
Office Hours: Managing editor, 2:00
to 3:00 daily; business manager,
1:00 to 2:00 daily. Phone 960 or
2414.
Address, The Wolverine, Press Build-
ing, Maynard St., Ann Arbor.
Howard R. Marsh--Managing Editor
Phone-2414-1505
Ferris 91. Fitch-Business Manager
Phone 960-236
THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1915.
"GLUCK AUF!"
In Germany, when a miner leaves
the surface of the earth to delve
under-ground, his comrades call to
him, "Gluck auf.'
"Gluck anf" signifies "Goodluck.'
So today we call "Gluck auf" to you
seniors, over a thousand strong, who
are leaving the surface to search the
depths.
For your life at the university has
been a surface life, fraught with arti-
ficialities. Now you will face the
underlying realities.
Tomorrow you will be at the bot-
tom of the mine's shaft. Daylight will
appear far above you. You will grope
about for the ladder leading to the
surface. Perhaps some of you al-
ready have your hands on the first
rung. If you can keep your fingers
from under the feet of the man above
you, and your heels from the eager
grasp of those below, the rise to the
surface will be a rapid one.
We hope that it is a rapid one,-
and a happy one.
So, seniors, here's to you--
"Gluck auf!"
THE ALUMNI.
All this week they have been arriv-
ing, and now they are with us hun-
dreds strong.
From Kankakee and New York city
they have come.
Each of them bears the indelible
Michigan stamp. "Michigan" is sing-
ing in their hearts and shining on
their faces. For they are Michigan-
the university.
Last Sunday, Dr. Angell showed us
that the undergraduate body is ne
the university. Neither are tf-a zaid-
ings the university. B+ c e Smiths
in Kansas, the ,Trses in Alabama,
and all me' who have been graduated
from Mt-nigan, make the true univer-
sit It is they, many thousands
csrong, who uphold the honor of the
great institution, wherever they may
be.
"Honor where honor is due."
It is due the alumni. See that they
get it.
NOW-A-DAYS
It's Clothing, Hats, and Furnishing
Goods from
N. F. ALLEN CO.
211 S. Main St. tf

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GOOD BATTING
Invitations Presents Av.
Senior ......15 10 .667
REGENTS DOUBLE-CROSS
HISTORY DEPARTMENT
News Item:-
"As an assistant to Prof. Arthur L.
Cross of the history department, Ar-
thur C. Cross, of the senior literary
class, has been chosen."
Feminine Genius
Ed.-"What is the best way to drive
a nail without smashing your thumb?"
Co-Ed.-"Hold the hammer in both
hands."
It's a blasted cinch to be cheerful
When nothing runs amiss,
But the man worth while
Is the man who can smile
When he reads a col'yum like this!
Today is Thursday; we saw a street
car.
Biologist Attention!
Look for the missing link in that
soiled shirt sleeve.
ODE UPON THE EGRESS FROM OUR
SACRED PORTALS, OF A SENIOR,
WHO IS ABOUT TO CONQUER
AT THE RATE OF FOUR BUCKS
PER WEEK.
Good-bye, you dear old avenues of
shaded green;
(I mean good-bye, old prison walls,
that's what I mean).
Good-bye, you Engineering Arch, you
hallowed halls;
Good-bye, dear Alma Mater. 'Tis sad.
(Hey, guy! Where DO you get that
stuff? You know you're glad).
Oh Faculty, this parting sounds a sor-
ry knell.
(Have you summed up the times you
wished they were in Peoria) ?
Harold R. Shradzki.
That cannonade by a law class
caused worry among the Germans on
the west side.
Quite cosmopolitan, huh? Car li-
censes exhibited from a score of states.
'Twas Ever Thus with Poets!
Sign in bookstore-
"Keats' 'Ode to Fanny,' 25 cents."
It is safe to ask the co-ed grad,
"Whatcha goin' t' teach?"
And the incominc ..,nmer school
student "Wio are you principal?"
The Lowest Form
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"With the cost of living increasing,
is root beer Hire?"

Have a real vacation on the Great Lakes, the most enjoyable: and
economical outing in America. The cool lake breezes, the ever-chang-
ing scenes along the shore and the luxurious steamers operated by thie
Company are positive guarantees that you will enjoy every minute of
the trip, and return home refreshed and glad you went.
TAKE A D. & C. BOAT WHEN YOU GO AFLOAT.
Daily service betweenaDetroit and Cleveland and Detroit and Buffalo. From June 10th
to September10thSteamersCityof DetroitllandCityofCleveland Itthe"TwoGiants"
of the Great Lakes, operate daily service on the Buffalo Division; you can't affrd to
miss the pleasureeof a ride on these floating palaces. FOUR TRIPS WEEKLY from'
Toledo and Detroit to Mackinac Island and Way Ports. Mackinac Island, the Historic
SummereResort of the NorthCountry, is becoming more popular every season with the
Tourists seeking quietness and repose. Excellent Hotel and Boarding House accom-
modations at reasonable rates. TWO TRIPS WEEKLY BY SPECIAL S rEAMER,
Cleveland to MackinacIsland;nostopsenroutemexceptatDetroitand Alpena. DELIGHT-
FUL DAY TRIPS between Detroit and Cleveland, during July and August four trips
weekly. DAILY SERVICE June 14th toSeptember10th betweenToledoand Put-in-Bay.
RAILROAD TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR TRANSPORTATION on D. & C. Line
Steamers between Detroit and Buffalo or Detroit and Cleveland eith-r direction.
Send two-cent stampfor ilustrated pamphlet and Great Lakes Map. Address L. Q. Lewis,
f. P. 4 f4Detroit, Micb. Set of poster stamps mailed for five cents.
Philip I1. McMillan, Pres. A. A. Schantz, Vice Pres. & Gen. Mgr.
DETROIT & CLEVELAND NAVIGATION COMPANY
All steamers arrive and depart, Third Avenue Wharf, Detroit.

YOUR EXACT MEASURE
is necessary-in order to have -a perfect
fit We know how to do measuring, the
cutting and the putting together of
garments. Our made to measure suits
represents the highest degree of perfect
ion at incomparable prices. Have us
tailor you one or two ,ummer suits you
will then be correctly attired for your
outing on the "Fourth"
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the coming season a series of
lar musical comedy productions
been booked at the Detroit Opera
sue. The Gotham Producing com-
any of New York has been engaged
for the whole season, and will present
a number of well-known comedies, a
few of which are as follows: "Naughty
Marietta," "M'lle Modiste," "The Choc-
olate Soldier," "The Rose Maid," "The
Enchantress," "The Man Who Owns
Broadway," "The Yankee Consul,"
"Three Twins," "Girl of My Dreams."
The attraction running this week is
"The Red Widow."

AT FREEMEN'S
Board $4.00
803 E. WASHINGTON STREET
EVERYTHING CLEAN AND SANITARY
- 75a. per dery DInner 5.
WE BOIL OUR DRINKING WATER AND COOL. IT
One block north from Hill Aosdftmoru m

STUDENT BOARD. Clean a n d
homelike. $4. per week. Sheldon's-
714 Monroe St. 1-5
Law & Mdical
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STAY AWAKENIGHTS
TO WORRY BECAUSE-
The Huron river runs down stream.
Lunches are served in restaurants.
College will be open in the fall.
The editors had a h-luvatime* re-
viving this "humor" col'yum.
*Typographical error.
TUTTLE'S LUNCH-The place the
old grads all remember. We are open
all summer. Our strawberry short-
cake is even better than ever before.
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This colunt, containing news of in.
terest to university -women, will ap-
pear in each issue of The Wolverine.
Announcements to be made in it should
be phoned to Frances Hogan, 519-J.
Parlors of Barbour gymnasium and
of the University Y. M. C. A. will be
open to all alumnae, as waiting and

Complete line.
Text Books
Laboratory Books
Reference Books
Dictionaries
Compends, etc.
Cash or exchange for your
o14 Books
Large t Stock in Michigan
C. E. BARTHELL
326 .State S. Tel. 761-M

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rest rooms, until after th eia o
the Commencement exercises this af-
ternoon.
Fifty members of Mortarboard, rep-
resenting every class since the found-
ing of the society, held their annual
reunion at an informal garden party
at the home of Dean Myra B. Jordan
Tuesday afternoon.
Detroit alumnae were hostesses at
tea in the parlors of Newberry dormi-
tory yesterday afternoon, entertain-
ing for visitors to the new building
which has been open to the public
during Commencement Week.
No w'ord has been received from
Miss Martha Klingman who is report-
ed to have been in Karlsruhe during
the recent bombardment of that city.
Capital, $ioo,ooo Surplus, $50,000
Undicided Profits, $3o,sos
The Farmers and Mechanics Bank
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Safe Banking and Courteous Treatmentof Our
Customers Is Our Watchword
3 per cent interest in our Savings Department

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

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