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The Wolverine, 1915-07-22

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THE WOLVERINE

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('ONCEWI' LAST NIGHT ONE OF
HEST ON SUMMER'S PROGRAM
Hr. Hlarrisoni and Mr. Lockwood Please
Audience of 2,)00 in
Auditoriumo
Ai. Albert Lockwood, piaist, ad
Mr. Theodore Harrison, baritone, heads
} n the piano and vocal departments
of the University School of Music,
wurie hearst to good advantage last
ee;uisg in tihe fourtis sumtmer faclty
cocer. Both tIrtists so pleased te
audiettce that they were called back
or ecores.
I s InBetovet's, "Sotata, Op. 5
\Valdsteit)", sd thopin's, "Bares-
tlle, Op. 60," Mr. Lockwood executed
ntber ot(deligtful runs and trill.
intte taste and delicate touch addet
the tsspletttitd rentditionsoof iis sele-
Mr. HaIrtrnouts pleased best its Sctu-
matsi's "lFruehliisgestaclt," atd tow-
ti's, "A Birthtday." H-is rict ad mtel-
los voice was powerful etougt to
c ake botht his Gernan atd Etglilt
' t( ups greatly appreciatetd.
ITe ctttcert was one of the best of
the suntmer progratms that have been
ofureid so far, atd the autesseeo1
2,W00 which nearly filled the main
tlor of Hill Auditorium more tast
aippreciated the efforts of the artists.
ORi. (C. I. ('AMP1IS'OURISES ON
NERIVOUS SYSTEMDISORDiERIS
Dr. C. . tamp, of the university
inedical faculty, readi assitterestitg
paper lst evetitngttt,"Iiseases tf the
NervousttSystenm."
Dr. tatmp treated the subject frotm
social attdlecotiomic phases, siowittg
sotme surprisintg facts as to its appli-
catiotn to our owo everyday life.
fitowtised fthat over $2,000,000 has
been spint anttntally its actount of
Americans nervotus diseases, or "Amser-
icatitis."
lir. Canip said, "It is tmy belief tat
to every oe case ofiissanity itt this
couinttry, there are tets persots who
cuffer frosms tevius idiseases ot somet
kiti."
He stowedI why trusted, level-headed
tusisiess miets have beets known to give
way to devistfidisonesty and teft.
H~e showed that empliyees ott railroad
cotpies5iio f this country jeopardize
tie lives of passaigers, because o1
ussoe unknostwns nervoiss iisorder, asse
theat the workmttansocomspeusaionslaw
wao at fault ini excusing ijuiies thuts
isicurredl witout physical exarminations
tii the individuals before hati.
tI,:RGE A'I)IEN('E TURJNS (OI'
FOR IIINDIUS'I'IIAIPICT1UREIIS
Tfhat other nusmbers osi the susmer
progrismi of lectures nitettertain-
m'ents, besiues adresses 055 isanity
andin ttertial idiseases, cats attract ati
audiincie was finely illustratei by the
crowdvi that gathered in the west le-
tiirieriomi ot the Physical labiratory
yesteriday aternsoon. If was a "msovie
.houw."
Dr. L. L. Hubbiard, regent of the unii-
versity, grey-hiaired, kindly, gentle
vi, ciimipeteid with the crowel as
the maiatatractiotn.lHe explained the
piitsriessaidthlit'filmss. ''e "sioie"
waore' si the usual industrial type,
iesof0buildinigs, tmachinery, rough
aniii n hishied proidists, the wirkers,
wourer's hiioies, their clothes, schools,
aimiusenst childen andstucshlsoler
thlinigs (s thei'catmera msans cansnsiap
in the ordinisary cays work.
N. I. ALE'S IfED) TAG (CLOTHING
SLE
Now ott-A- ll Clothing at getly re-

ticceul psris. N.i F. ALLEN tO. At
Muir iieii locatioti, 2-11 So. Malts St. tft

PROFESSORI MRUf 1LE(CTURES T
(ON, "THIE REA'DIN1G 01'FFICTION"I
Prof. J. R. Brumom, of thse rhetoric
departmsent, gave a lecture on "The
Rteading of Fiction," last Tuesdlay af-
ternoons. Professor Brumnms strongly-
advises reatlinig widely in the realms of
good fictiots, becausse a book ntever
fails to leave its inmpress on the reader.
The works of Mr. Chansbers anid Mr.
Wright were discounited in thse strong-
est terms, since habitual reading of
authors of that stamp msakes appre-
ciation of really worthy mess impos-
sible. Professor Brumus made a strik-
imng comsparison between the two types
of authors, saying, "The personts whit
thrive ott Mr. Wrighst atsd Mr. Ulsast-
hero will hond tharles Lamsb cattier
tanmesoil unexcitinig. A tannsery is apt
to spoil onse for the full enjoymsenst of
a rose garsden."

she Farmers & Mechanics Bank
For vaction tunds, our Travelers,
Checks can't be beat, Payable
tanywrhere. Ask us.j

FheEuisiteCarseSho1
SNuckwear, Hosiery, Utdeweat aid Waiss
S PHONE 162

Whatevereyou setoustto winhonor r
iclassosleadrshipiontails, iamon
sir gidirontrain on
Ffull of vim-everydrop ofit spre~mely wholesometandgsoil i
Deliciou8-~-Refreshing
Whenseve Atata a
yso see an ~. Ahiti S,
Arrs' thich -s
oi Coca-Cats <

WOOLA.ND)ACTORtS
'10 IPPEftiJII1fAY
(Costisiued frost Page 1)
Arbrh, sill tarry thec leading roles its
btts plays. Miss Elsie Hierudoss
Kearsis, Smith graduate, ill be fea-
tured its the leaditig fesminine rles its
both plays, taing the parts o
"Katherinta, the Srew" andil"eg
\Vuiittgtom."
Repiorts rout the advanite sett sale
indicate that unsussal iterest is beisg
siwis by the studeits ad towns-
peopte its the series of pliays to e giv-
en biy the Wioodlansd Playter Friday
anid Saturday 01 this seel. ITe loal.
commisittee its charge epet a cap~aiy
crowdilat tutchlerformiance.
N. . ALLEN'S ED) TAG CLOTHIING1
SALE
Nost ottAll Clothing at greatly re-
dicepricites. N. F. A~LEN tCt. Al
str estlocatios, 211 So. iMainSt 1.t
NOTICl(E TOIT. OP I. )YEN
IHenry ordl has by popula sote
heeistsonrededeh Ile g ratest livinsg sas.
IHe is soic startinigtiponaoher un-
dertakinsg, whlichs has astoisshsed theI
world,
lef. Foridhis plans to eret fator-
leo its Westerntshroit ott a sae that
haesneo50limsits. Yost taterealizeiwhat
this will mseanu to real esate valies.
IHnsdreds of Ieoph:e aurein vestig
every day its this loaliy.
tomse to Detroit atnd nmake frost
$210100 to $500.00i per motuths by selisg
proe~rty its this sectiusi and be amsosse
LT. of M. Mes.
We have tpositiosns for two or three
goad live salesmen. Vi'W ehpyost its
evsery stay to staler goosd. Wi' pay yo
big coumslsiosns, provie, autos to
shoes property asnd assit youssin cs-
ig deals.
Address: Sales Supt., Suite S Ces-
teal Savings ass ldghh., fr. Fort asd
Jussction, Detroit. i-i2-1
N. F ALIEN'S IRED) 'AG IA'IIIING
SALE
Nosy ott-AltClothig 't gretly re-
ducedishpices'. NI'ALLtIN Cti Al
out niec ocationts21'. SobMi t.'tft
Mack's
6i A.dQmr
-Open dtritgshuppisg Ilors
-Serice a a arle
Special Nusonday Lutnchieson
at 5tiC
-remcIecie Creuns (pus)
toc
-Iceereamss aidclefes delier-
ed--pack~ed.
-Music on Sattirdatys
-Special dinners andlblut-
duels by appoinlineut
-Seroand Floor Annex

A LAKE.5TRIPso OR ESt T t~e5AND J RLs(LATIO1,5',
Have a real vacation on the Great Lakes, the moat Cnooale: and
eaonomical outing in America. The cool lake breezes, the evaer-chseud-a
ing scenes along the shore and the luxurious steameras'sperated by thin+
Company are positive guarantees that you will enjoy every minute of
the trip, and return home refreahed and glad you went.
TAKE A D. & C. BOAT WREN YOU GO AFLOAT.
Daiyservice betweeaDetroit andClevelad andDetriteand Bfleo. Free, Jose 1 Oth
to Septembher I OthSeamserseCitybsf Deroit hoo ad CityofaClevelands111, the "ToGiants"
of the Great Lakes, operate daily service as the Buffalo Division; yes cat afford to
mis sthe peaesure of a ride as thesefloting paleces. FOUR TRIPS WEEKLY froot
Toledo ad Detroit to Mackinac Island and Wee Porte, Macblnacselad, the Hstoric
SummerrReort ofthe Northeountry, ishbecomng more popslar eerysesonwithethe
Tourists seeking quietnesand repose. Excellent Hotel ad Boardiag House accom-
soatios at reaesohabe ratee. TWO TRIPS WEEKLY uY SPECIAL STEAMER,
Cleoelad to Machinac Island;snostops esote eceteatDetroitand Alea. DELIGHT.
FUL DAY TRIPS henween Detroitad Clevelad, during holy and August hoer tries
weekhly. DAILY SERVICE Juee14th to SeptembherlItthhbetweenToledoand Pt-in-Bay.
RAILROAD TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR TRANSPORTATION osD. & C. Linse
Steaes betweren Deteoitad Beffalo or Detroitad Clevelad either direction.
Send to-cent stamp forihlolrt e apleht sod CralLake Map. Address L. G. Lease,
G. P. As, Dtrit, Micb et, of posterostamsepmailedfoe line coats,
Philip H. MeMilla, Pre,. A. A. Schantz, Vice Pre,. & Grnl. Mer.
DETROIT & CLEVELAND NAVIGATION COMPANY
All steramers arriead drert, Third Avenue Wharf, Detroit.

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"The next trunk. I buy
will be an indestructo"
NDES0R ~ ) Ii is thse opiniomt of
1BA GZ G3.peo~ple tvei swies e ivwiho
_________________________________ knorthh - i isoese alspear-
,,.;"--se e nsit u usrabuility suf In-
ulesstcho htesuk" ,or n-Io
. " .... is alc cs e uirfl sw'omlesfnlly
rsiutvrutet thlley are for
tAtrass(.II tiig autild otris' isisl1p
'\V's oy'av ec-stew ie of
" hush clruct thrtuks a n d
''' c- tle cues lsrfussr yout m 1 go~t
.westltis csummesr.
Inudetstrh lci trunuk-s ao
ahissiletehy gtutsasteed itt
" i -veret t o, maittaer'thow
' shardl the is ear 5ytu give'
trns
Suimmer Furnishings
for Men
Ruele, Conlin &Fiegel
COL. MAIN & WVASHINGT'ON

AB. Chase
Becker Bros.
Merrill
Norris & Hiyde
Aokermaan&Lowe

For SALE and !RENT
Cor. Mayna~rd and William Sts.

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