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July 15, 1915 - Image 3

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The Wolverine, 1915-07-15

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THlE WOLVERINE
[We charge you Amateur Photographers' Headquarters for Kodaks, Films and FinishingPRNSO
nothing for devel- in Ann Arbor is atPRNSO
Ioping roll films if L V N D O N' S 719i North University Avenue I VELOX
I you can find a ZA L .P L7I (the best paper made)
I single defecti salse (Two doors from Hill Auditorium) i
Established 105, and growing bigger every day I

Mad t yor CHIEF MARSH LEADS BALL
Mae oyor esue JUGGLERS ON SPRING TRIP
Palm Beach on0_
The Summer Comfort Cloth "Holwdy" Macsix and his fighting iWolverines ahonid make a strong bid
band of Wolverine ball tossers left)! for the tlag.
In-a variety of shades yesterday aftertnon from the Ann Ar- "Phil" Pack had coiisiderable teach
bor statioli on their annual -sonthiera warmnig experience with the Waiver-
J K M aIcnlnm training trip, a large crnwd nf en- ines last year, anii will probably fill
tliusiastic faiis chieeritng the departing in the vacaiicy at short; although
604 E. Liberty Streot athletes, there aie several new men after in-
_________________ T speci train of the tourists will field jobs. The balk of the new men
take thieii direct to flits year's train- are. after positionis in the gardens,
H V ST1ON BRO s ixi,., caimp at Galvestoti, Texas, via however, Rosenthal, lietersoti, Swan-
toleidii St. Louis and New Orleans. ey, Grown, Kaye, McNamara, Lem-
ThCIARS BllardBeANDYheStte Sixteeii plxiyi'rsmakce iipithe party, nion, Welimeyer and iHogati all coin-
CIGA S an CAN Y Ifor Manager Macsix will get bark in ing to Manager Marsh with good bush
"'We Try to Treat You Right" 1 th gaixex as a pilayer ibis sesoxn, the league reputatioiis.
____________________________ veteran of the coachiiiiglhnes hiavinig After a week's work at Galveston,
THtE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK Ixcided that lie caii still haiidle the the Wolverines wiii start north, aiid
Capital...................$3oaa.oas'big'iitbhn h lt.hv a xetoal tos ce
Surplusi awl Undiviidd Piofi .$I5c,ooaw si ehn h t.ahvan xetinly"tog e-
Resouces.........$,2u0a,0a0.aa Owiiig to the raids of the Federal ule of exhibition ganies. The list fol-
Transeets a Geaeral Blanking Business league, there are few veterans left low's:
3 per Cent intereatlpaidi cniSavingasIDeposits,
Your Businexsaioliitexi. this se'ason. "GFap"~tChurch, the dean July 22-New Orleanas, La.
Chas. . n itcek, Pess., Michxael J. Fritz. Cash'r
w. D.F ae ixixa c isres., Ciii. Brauniss.aiof the- piticsers; firstbasemana "Mac" July 23-Tampa, Flu.
Cashr WiialtAsst. Cas'r Saving Deiii. (McKinney; "D~wight" Jennings, a Juily 24--Jacksonville, Fia. (Morn-
DETROIT UNITED LINES biiothxer if the famous Dletroit man- lag). LittleRorik, Ark. (Affernioon).
age,x who iiade a good showing dur'- July 22-Savaiiai, Ga. (Ta's norn-
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE ing tie latter pai't of last season af I ing ganiea). St. Louis, Mlo. (Affer-
(Easieic fiacdaed Time) short foi the Wolverines; and "Shaor-} noona).
Limited and'Expreeta Cars fer Getrait--7:s ty" Klannx, the clever little third sack- July 26-Baltimore, Md.
a. in. aiixlhburly to6ix l.isxi., alaos lix ei', forma the nucleus around wchich July 27-Louisville, Ky.
Load Cars far Detnoit-5:4o a.,cm., fao5 a. in, Marsh must build his nise. July 20-Brooklyn, N. Y.
suit eery la us to 6:o a5s1"). a., 7:05 p. 'STe returin of Marsh to the gamse as July 30-Saline, Mich.
M., 8:05 . M.,sx9:5 . n., avd 10:45 p. ).
Ta Ysilaitti onlyx 7:41 a. Mx., 8:2o a. ni., a player will steady down tie young- July 31-Ypsilanti, Mbich,.
-tYx -05 a. In., 5s:o5 1. 11., xxI : ,; in , - 12:1 er
a. Mi., 12:3o a. xI. ,.aoax. i.str, howie'er, aiid as flisiness Maii- Aug. 1--Camtusa league season ep-
Limited Cans fun Jacsixac-7:48 as'., anxxiaater "Ted" Filch has overlooked no eisa on Ferry field against sophomore
evr .tohur.o7:8. .M. _____ bits in signinig up ntaslent, 4'tile eimbaliming class.

11

I me rcollegiate
Or. Henry Suzalle, thesewii'r pesi-
dent of Gase University of Wasbingtois
is wesfern lorn, waestern trainexd,xxithi
an eastern repiatations sld is retiirn-
ing to the wst for whlat lie feels is
lila great opportunity.
The summer eniollmsent at lie Pisi-
versity of Washingtoin's sumxier
school is ,072.
Paul Clyxde, '16 greatest miler in
the Northwest, and captain of the
Gniversity of Washiiigton's tirack
team, and Sani Stenislrois, last year's
freshmni spritnter, wiii be inclxixexi

ini tho xdxxen tIracxk stars \viuxi sill tep-
resxntathIx' lxxifiix.No'rthxwexst in thx'
iatiionial trark and ixld meit to be
hieldl at tlxx:1+7xpxxsitiou, Axgiist 5 anti
7.(0xx Cy e ranlix' miii'in 4:20 2-5 at
therxxafx'rx'ixx'msut ini 'Birkeley last
N. F. AtiE N'S Rliii 1) 1' O 'IGHIM)
'xis nx all 'lothxiiig at g-reatly re-
ducedxicenx's. N. F. A CON('. At
our inIexa hx'loain'.2411So. Msiix St.tft
1x11"Nx11xloN SlIDIES
torxTouxering. ('ar' by flu'eIHoror
Tr'Iip, xcxii ' le'seuger Sergiire- hone
975___. .F. liroxca, '17E, 9-1
LOS'S'Blark leather pockextbxook con-
tamning xiboixxii:7.00 iii bills. lFinder
pleas:' retuirisnxxto 60 1111, or call
990-M. 10

atal every is's xxour:s to65
9:15 P. Mi., xi :15x. Ill.
TUTTLI
Open all cusoter
LUNCHIES and SO
338 S. STATEr
Calkins' Phari
DUS324 S. State St.
Candy and Soda W
C ALKINtS' FIAR
COUSINS & H
1002 S. UNIVERSITY
Beth Phoaes til5 Ass Art
Liberty and Maii
A Most Convenient Place
Banking
University School ol
ALBERT A. STANLEY, 0t
'A Gatherng Plact tor Advanced
Annual Summer Se;
EIGHT WEEKS-JUNE 28,-
ttRgilar Fall Term begins Mit. Oc
Pr Cataloguad ccxlltnatix
CHARLES A. SINK. Sear
Ass Arbor, Mich.
41 9 f

;o p.mals
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ST.

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CHIC(AGO () .htt'fl Buftng)PLANS
LARGE )IIIISUM.UEN ( 'ATHEIfG
At fRecent Election t'hooese 'Tinsman
President foei' Next
Year

I
let- .

A LAKE TRIP FOR REST AND RECREATION.
Have a real vacation on the Great Lakes, the mcst enjoyabte and
economical outing in America. The cool lake breezes, the ever-chaug-
ing scenes along the ahore and the luxurioua steamers rtperated by this
Company are positive guarantees that you will enjoy every minute of
the trip, and return home refreshed and glad ycu went.
TAKE A D. & C. BOAT WHEN YOU GO AFLOAT.
Daily sericeewee Detroit adCleelad asdDeteoitscd Bfasic From June 14th
to Septenber teh SteamsersCity of DOrocle lhland City etfCeceand IIIthe "Two Giansa
oflths Great Lakes, speeate daily service o the Buflfalo Divisionxoucease't ard ec.-
miss the plaraofsiasride as these Aesatise ralaces, FOUR TRIPS WEEKLY frm
Toledoutaod Detrit to MackiaclIslasd aod Woe Ports, Machinac Islssd, the Histoeic
Sumr Resortsf the NrthCsusty, isecoming mcecpaseerey season with the
Tmursta sekinegquieess and epose. Ecelent Hceand Bareding Hoacco -
modtinsatresonbl rte. WO TRIPS WEEKLY BY SPECIAL STEAMER,.
Cleveland to MackiacIsl'stseemrote eetat DeroieasdAlensa. DELIGHT-
FUL DAY TRIPS hetweene betrsiessnd Clevelosd, dueing Juiy sod Auguse four tries
weekly. DAILY SERVICE Jass 14th toSreember 14thhbetween Toledoand Put-in-Bay.
RAILROAD TICKETS AVALABLE FOR TRANSPORTATION cc 0. & C. Lice
Steaesetens Detrieasd Bsffalee or Detrmitesnd Cleeand either direcios.
Send two-cent stamp for llustrated pampetland Great Loken Map. Addeo L. 9J. Lewis,
0. P . A l etit, Mich. Setofpsereseompsmailedtforfive ces.
Philip R.McMllas, Press. A. A. Schat, Vice Prert, &Gesl Mgr.
DETROIT & CLEVELAND NAVIGATION COMPANY
All steamers arriveand depart. Third Avenue Whorf, Detroit,

I The special midsumsmer edition of z
m thle Mixchigan f.ulletinu, official organmL t
fof Chicago Micxhigani alumcni, tells of
may the picnic' to be hexld for Michxiganxi a
RODAKS t'xsulGoe xAbyxo ags Arbor of the emngagessent of Miss
.ACY The estate, lurax;ed iiitime Fox River Ruth b isxr, of Mariei, Ohio, to
Valetxsidstnxi-aut, sa-'homxas M. Sawsyer, exti5, of Hills-
minag pools amid baseball graunda, be- hale, Mici. Mr. Sawyer is flue soni of
side manaiy opportumnities for sight-seer Repent Sawvyer of the uiversity.
[ALL img 'Shxe old Michigan men have -Ifm letorrow night, the regttlar In.
ixixiniieih to fxhakleavatage of all thesefoca dance will be held at the
oAV ppohirtunuities studlxave' added some" Michigan Umnion from 9:00) o'clock to
AVE. shc. h oul il efur-
stxtunts of their onv to make flue oat- 120- 'lcTemscwl efr
rhcr, Mich. flg uces ished by "Ike" Fischer's four-piece
.=f a mueeting held eceutly in flue orchestra.I
T, a axlihotel, this Chuix':g'x axumnui -oieheas teen matte that the Aich.
ai3ii ssxxeiafiomx electexi fle foilsa isxg aff-ig igannion he unloti rcafe will eso.eopudn
xxxa .cmrflue enisuitng year: pr.-sldeuul, hgteamurssi
n Sts. hoxmxer E. Tinusman, '02; vice-piasi- -1initiganit Union emplloymntlbttreao
calmfrYuilut ia S oy 0;sceay supply a large numaber of ada-
br .p Yu hixhM. S.d, '08seitrtcre),dents with work, if they will onlhy
i:«uxy, Maurice Toxulnue, '12, '141,; tress- apply.
urer, Mellen. C. Marftin, '10; assistant -1tattticripts seubmittedt for the 1916
rerAdramsL. ioovr, 12. Michigan Uioin opera have beets judg-
f MUIC Th Miciga Buletn wil b edteded, and sue has beeni selected. Defi-
Hrector during the coaing year by Arthuar N. site annuouncement of the winnimng
Students" Curtis, '52. The assistant editor will book will be made next January.
Ibe R. 0. Gillmuore, '22. MANY OUTFL COA NO
'lf 'FO CHRLUIN-AUC. 20 xLOST, STRAYEt), OR STOLNN- RSEHEARhSAL; ENROLL TUESDAY
Ic. 4, 1115 Fromx cash register at flue Michigan -
usuhies Union-minall package labeled, More than 50 turmued out for the
on adres B-oehin, Jeweler, Detroit. Informs- second rehearsal of the sumnmer choral
fltry tout gratefully received at the Wol- union, which is auder the directions af
verne office, tf Kennueth N. Westerman. Final enroll-
___________________________menst will be made at 7:00 o'clock,
next Tuesday evening, at the school
FineWath, ewery nd yegassof muasic. A few more altos, tenors,
Fie W th}e elyadE els and basses are still needed, and all
... REPAI R INGC... weho desire to take part should report
at fluemnext practice.
F 0 U N T A I N P E N S Gounod's, xxGalliaxx is being studied,
CONKLIN, SWAN & OUR $1 SPECIAL and will be given Aug. 11, in Hill
auditorium, in cotnnection with the
Lenses Ground to Order final faculty concert,

The New Catalogue
of the
Uliversityof iohig all
IS NOW READY
Complete information' concerning the eight Colleges
and Schools:
LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS,
ENGINEERING, MEDICINE, LAW, PHAR-
MACY, HOMEOPATHY, DE NT IS T RY,
GRADUATE, AND THE SUMMER SESSION
Special Courses in Forestry, Newspaper Work,
Landscape Design, Higher Commercial Education,
including Railway Administration and Insurance,
Architecture, Conservation Engineeringu Education
(affiliated with Ann Arbor Schools for Observation
Study), and a course for those preparing for the
scientific administration of departments of sanitation
and public health.
For Copy of Catalogue, Special Announcement, or
Individual Information, address
the Dean of the School or Coilege In which interested,,or
SHIRLEY We. SMITH

Alarm Clocks 75c. to $3.00
8 HAILER JEWELRY CO
STATE STREET JEWELERS
U. S. Postal Station 3 TELEPHONE 534

L.OST-An amethyst pits with two
pearl settings, Sunday. Reward if
returned to 411 Hamilton place, 9-11
Pleasing and artistic portraits made
at Moppe's Studio anytime. 619 x.
Liberty. tf

Secretary University

Ann Arbor, Mich.

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