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The Wolverine, 1915-07-15

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THE WOLVERINE

Orpheum Theatre
The Dose of Famos Playa by Ftamostt
Players.
July 16-16, Thiurs.-Fi.-"The Moth and
The Flatme." Paramount Travels.
Juliy 57 Sat-"Man's Prerogative."
Majestic Theatre
PRESENTS THE FAMOUS PLAYERS
PROGRAMME
Thures. July is-DIUSTIN FAIONITM in
"SO)LDIFRS OF FORTITNg" an,1
CHARLIECIIAPIN ino FATAL,
MALLIOT"

TH-iE WVOI)LV E RiINFE lions whereby we can be relieved from
_________________________________its discomnforts. The heot of these is
0o1e th10t ioo 1b(e11taken advantage of
The official otudent newspaper for eeysnn ri h at ysuet
the University of Michigan summer (usw1111av' founid themnselves inl lie
session. Published by tho otudentsoilon
samle predlicamlent inl which we 1100
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday of- min ourselves.
ternoons. Twenty-five issues.
_______________________________ The scheme is simple 0and tolerably
Subscription rates--By carrier, sev- age of 1110 geographlical location of file
enty-five cento for the oummler; university. Us to D~etroit, some week-
moiled 1to any address for one dot-(en(d1and(1toaie one of tila111 steamers'
Advertising rates-Furishe'd upon op- north or s0ou1h, orransging youri itiner-
plication t(o the business ianager. ory so thalt 12 or 1l8 of youir ihours will
Sobscriptionosod ado taken at Quar- he 01pent1 01 the water. We warran~t
ry'o, Pushing's and Sooth Univer- that you wxill return 10 Ann Arbor

SUMMER SCHOOL
E%0T BOOK
New and Secondarland
Drawing. Instruments, Loose=Leaf Note Books
Student Supplies in General
WA H H'S
UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE

oity Pha~rnmacy.
Office i-ours: Managing editor, 2:00
to 3:00 daily; business manager,
1:00 to 2:00 daily. P~honie 960 or
2414.

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Fri. July 16 - MARY PICKFORD ini
D5ARTS ADIRIFT.AideoTeWovrnPooBl-
Sat.July 17-PAIl IN FULL, TUILLY Adreg, Theynarletrie, Areb. d
MARSHALL,. ig anr tAnAbr
________________________________ ilowarssIit. ]Slorsl-NanastginsgEi tor
___________________________ - Phone--2414-1505
Ferris H.II.tch---Businsess .Mantager
Arcade Theatre Phone 960-236
SHOWS:AfTERNOONS 4:00: EYE. 6:15; 7:45; 9:15
Contr ibuting Edlitor's--
Thiues. July i5-LOBRBI iOTDISON1in is oF n. tF. McKinnley
fam~osscess, "Thee Girl I heft Brints-L
Me". Five ports. Also CHARLIEF. 6.Churchl
CLIAPLIN, 1in"These ,Lo'afgs".
Fit. JulyI-MLARY RYAN and,1BARRY Assistaiit 10oBisiness Maniager-
M115STAYER'in th~e Faouls C.omedny~, NWittioa 1-H. 1 Iloga
"SfOP TLLLEFl" "Ther Funn~ist Story ____________________
is FilmL~s." Also CHARLIE CLL1APLLN
in "Thle StarrBordner'"tssic'l~itors
______________________________ - Frederick A. 11011
_________________________________t~lgiglit 11i. Jeninlgs
Temple Theatre Ifeposrters
ADMISSION Se. Utllc
(except Friday and Saturday)l\Word Petersonl
--Nathiiet lbomtbsoi
iti'i'Swanl'y
Tttes. Jutly I)- "The Chatmpion," (with Diavid iRosenthal
Wed. July i4-"Felix olt" (w'ith Zolo
Smith)i
_____________________________ i'HURtSD)AY, JUPLY 15, 1911

feeling itter thans ever focritie sorb
1t101 lies ahead 01 youi. I V he Mirror Will Reflect
If this planil, iowever, is not fe asible (1 " a peelect flu at ecery poit if your clotthes
donli't lose h117071 tgethr. istkep 1arte 110110here. '1111 we gilara1110. No
' mattte( 1111r wht your 'buid may ibeswe can
ill mind ~ ltill'cardinlal piip1iil1l i a e t assure you3011 a l tatwitllfit 300
1w111 crabis the mfost sO'i'oi', the 11101t-. r?' perfecly. 'See the111011whotLlaitlers we
_ - r are 01111yiis wilt see a perfectlty welt-
dressone 01.
* IiLave you orered yourefisanneltrtoLsersi
Musoe Nuts"t !"
'110 con~tribl suggests 11(01 the squir-
rels are happyibecauo f theiin(ie111rease

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BUSINESS ItEN 10 RE611IYEN Issue Etitor-Phil. (%, Pack
StUltktl 1 31IAIY TRA INI NG

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In response to the increased demnud
of civiliansO for miliitary trainling, anid
for those whio are too busy 11o enlisti
Il i t'eNationlGuBard, a miliitary
training ramp has beenl estabtishied at
Plattsbureg, N. Y., for th'e1be'1efiti (f
business and professionltm~en.
Thtis 001119i1 of especial interest to
Michigaln atumni, beitig011 exten~sionl
of the Nationalt ieserve C'orps Stu-
dents' camps, and is e'ndorsed iby Ores-
idenut Hutchiins, whio is a member of~
the Advisory Board of Potlege ices-
idenis in tie organizationL.
Many of the Alumni of Hiarvard,
Yale, Princeton, Brown, Williamts and
other universities tiave already en-
rotted, giving the campi5 011intercol-
legiate character. The movem~enlt is
in ctharge of W. XW. Boffman, secre-
tary of the New York enrollmentloni-
mittee, 15 Broad St., Nesw York Pity,
and all alumni desirinlg informatiion
should address 1111.
Law & 'Medical

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A QUESTION t) F IlE)'rtft'T
tool, weeki ('Ld, at a pile svhefe
manl~y of 1110 wolrking11101 of Detroit
wlee gatered, the American flag re-
eeivedl a spontan~elos ovations when
it was unLfulred over the audlienice.
Last Boniday ,about 0:00 o'ciocktinil
till evening, 0 replica of this 0011m1
flag was tell lyingign11the dirt 01tlihe
bottoni (f tile campuils flag-pole.
At onie timle,. the university officials
allowedithe flag to fly ulli it was
lterally reduced 10 ribbonls by thie
elemlenits. This me1t1hio' as finally
imlprolved u~pon, whlenth ie practice of
having it itauled down every eveninig
anidihoisted every muornin~g was in~tro-
diucedi. But 111070 is stilia step re-
mi~in~g wvicihilsholdni1101be over-
looked. 'T'he ceremonl~y of holistinig anid
lowerinog is unpretenitiouls, 00 it shoulid
ito, yet this fact (11(00 110 relieve' the
men1 in echarge of ihis dully from the
exercise (of due caution aiid respect.
Iln botht branlches oIfthoe service a mni
is punisihed for ihis 10a11055 illthus
respect. Siiould we be less careful be-
laOse thlere is 110 penlity attachied?
A SIJUS?1 ION
Fromn the p~resenlt inidicationis, the
hot weather is withi (1 to stay. We
ar' preitylyuckey 11101 it diidn't coesi to 1
us 0a0m(n11h1ago, as it shiould have
done accordinlg to the genieral schlemle
of things.
Blut n10w thai it is here, w10 070 hear-
in~g constanly of p(lans5 and sugges-

issisi Storage
C'ol ONTINUEE' TO
SiOW STiIENI'l
-i)Aroit 'Free Press BarbeltiReport.
AndlitheI'1117aters Isle L'unning stocki!
Helsful Itinsf
Beef ul11ill pickin11g0ou1 sitraw iats
oIver7 and 1gil 0 gooid 01e.
If beindiiiill 7((1711rI-Il, labe care
ill passing ianlad0y while slipe is
.Don't imitat e Charlie Chlpinllfill
1111 blenefit of youirhlldy friend~ while
iRemlembler lie railroadlwon't sell
retu~rnltickietsl(oni credit:.
Spsoiling 1a Bo
Frolm 0 rhletoric paper--
"I jumipedi fronm lie trainl and(1caught
o, limb."
lThe latest Hosg
Arounid about us everywhere
Arc hloggishl pigs 011(1piggish ihogs-
Aboludingign10('1(11tholroulghlfare,
'iThe "endl seat holg" of sitcell ear
f amue,--
Tue "piaper hog" of readhing room, -
'Tie "blule chip" hog of polker gamue,-
'hue "phon~le boothl" hog--No mlassive
brooinl
Could( clear our paths of all thiese
pests.
But tiw-no10w, eomles OhioKaiser ihog,
Dispelling silehs anidnierry jests,-
Tile ''movie' houg,'' w1110111(1'a0log,
Enmplants imself upon1 the aisle,
And pushes forthl his bony knees
For you to1 hurle'o'er, 1110 while
'Cue 001101 pleads-"m110e over please."
Oil, wvhiat more ihoggishho llg 111011lie?
Be'll try to hog eternilty.

AM A~w r1N T s AWAL, uM
For Table Supplies- Wholesale and Retail
114-116 E. Washington St. Phone 326

Pathetic Fatlacy l
Thie poet svrotle 0axwinsom~e p1)00
Of lau~ghinglga00s 01110in 111111
Alng a halsf-folrgottien lune.
We seint it buack to hima againl,
Aunuito h11111 wroll' in gentle tonme:
")101' Bao'ud: Write 1(11,11f girls aluune,
We see thiewl here 11(1111 every lay,
We sui'themu'ou s-11(1 t1islhr10tosay,
Like
giraffus
they
strut:
thleir
way.
tI'is reluns19suontaiinsg nes sof i1s-
terest, totuivsierstty svstissel, 'wiill lit-
hein isearls isstie oof 'TseWolverinse.
nuounsscemsensts Itobe 555100ins it shsoould
h)e tptonsedttot Franss o sgans5, t94-.
Owing uo thu resignationl of Joaou
Vanlse'low, '17, the cha0irman0 of the
souial cIlomittee, the Wuoan'sLeaguel
party whoich was to 11117 beell giveni
this afteroonu, hias beeni postponoed
unltil neOxt 'Clhursday3, July 22.
M~re. Emie Daytonl Gates,thue social
uirector at Neuwberry Hall, has beemi
callodihomie 011 accounit of illoiess iu
hoc fancily.
Abuout ose-fourths of tho womien eui-
rlolldinl 11e'unilversity 10o' thu'sumi-
mler session1 are takinlg ii active pact
in thie variuous formouif athlertics for
woiei. Judgimig fromt the nunmber
registereud for gymnausiunm work, swion-
ong is provinig to he the most puup-
ular sport. Much interest io also be-
ingf shiownvin11tennlis andidnllthe ulasses
ill aesthethic daninlg svhichi 071'11n1(10
1115 dire'ctioni of M~iss WIod.
One hot of BMusic, 5u-emts, and 0110 lot
of Operatic M5uusic, 15cenits. Univer-
sity Mulsic BHouse, 001E: WillilamnSt.
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George toilal's comuedy of dramatic
surprises, "Seveno Keys to Baldpate,"
will be tile offeringogfIthue Bonstelte
shillk companyLi for their third week at,
tile Garrick 'Theiatre, D~etrouit. Many,
art' famifliar wihthitls thilinlg tale,
fiild1tohoe brimu uitho surprises and
initerestinig at every 1011n, 0aOsty
which always keeps thoe audience in
a s1t1te1of wonderintg expectanlcy as to
whlat is coininlg next.
"Sevens Keys to Blaldipate" was writ-
ten bty Earl Der~r Biggers, and ito pos-
sibiities wore enlairged up0o by
G~eorge Pohanl, which is a guarantee
of i1s wortht as a comledly. TIhere 10
a prolougue, two au-to, anid an epilogue.
IMiss Bontelle will tahoe the leading
part, as Mary Norton, while Corliso
ilies Iwill bu 'seuen as Wilam Magee.
M ack's
--Open during shop~pinughoors
-Service a la carte
-Special Noonday Luncheon
at 5oc-
-renlch Ice Cream (pore)
roc
.-Icecreauuis anleIes deliver'
ed-packed.
-Music oIL Satnrdays
-Special dinners- and ban-
quets by appoiinment
-Secontd Floor Annex

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

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InsFor a ' 5'tsressisg
News 110111
"1 will pay $25.00 rewarud for amny
infnomation leadhing to thie lconvictioni
of anly persomi dynmuitimig fis imtLa-
peer coumnty. State pristun is 100 good
for such law viuolators.-E. J. Thrashe~r,
Gaome Wardenl."
-Lapeer Coumnty lPress.

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JULY CLEARANCE SALE
All Spring Suits 1-4 off All Furnishings 20%c off
THE MAN STORE 01F ANN ARBOR
NEXT TO ORPHEUM
J*'~a UE TH O.Firm J. F. WUERTH. F. P. HARRIS

The IPlais Royal
FANCY WORK AND CURIOS I
304 South Matn St.
Capital, $ioo,moo Surspluss, lSR,oo
The Farmers and Mechanics Bank
ANN ARBOR, MICR,
Safe PsBnktng1and Courterous~so7rttofOur
CstomIs Oe ur tt Watchsordou
3 per cent Inters-at In our Savings Department

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