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The Wolverine, 1915-06-26

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THE WOLVERINE

IT HE W 0 L V E I N E 2 numbers, depends upon you, the
______________________________audience.
MajeticThe tre he ffiial tudnt ewspperfor Yet we promise that if loyalty to
the nivrsiy o Miciga sumercampoa iotitution, faithfulness to
Biggest and Best Photo Plays session Published by the students on fodughtnd theinntessho woTheWouver
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday a- inc puts on will be an interesting little
Matinee 3 P. M. fenoons Twenty-five issues. slisw,-instructive and amusing,
Eve. 7. & 8:30_ _ __ _ _
Subscription este--By carier, so-
ALL SEATS 10 CENTS enty-five cents for fle summer; -
maled to any address for one dol-L
___________________________ lar -
Advertising rates-Furnished upon ap-
plication to the business manager. Still, the campus didn't raise the
Orpheum Theatre Subscriptions and ads taken at Quar- diagonal walk to be a boulevard.
Theuse ofairarus as y FamSouets ry's, Cushing's and South Univer-__
StarcH.sity Pharmacy. That piano down stairs cut loose
Junes o-stisy -"The esPart t Office Hours: Managing editor, 2:00 again?-
thec spy" ail coediiy with Chalia to :00 daily; business manager,
Chiaplini. 1:00 to 2:00 daily. Phone 900 or Sn h rn o eoeyutl
Junte 29-9 iMoni. adTias.-iiami lanSn htukstbfoeyutl
is "Nioial". 2414. te landlady that you will have to
Jitne jo~edWeday-All star Cast isidefer payment.
"TO'P CItRISTIAN",iby HiliCainie.
ieiooked. s. Address, The Wolverinie, Press Build--
"ni zThuwsiedFr i.iscaeridithiin ing, Maynard St., Anti Arbo. The poets say
Taveis. Ii their pretty way,
- - IHoward R. iflarsh-Alaneing' Editor "There's a fool boric every sec. or s,"
Phne-2414-15l But the questiis here,
Ferris H-. Fitc-Business Mhaage Which is not so clear,
AraeTetePhone 960-236 Is what keeps the cused death rate
Arcade___Theatre__ low?
SHOW:IFTERNOONS 400: EE. 6:1; 7:4; :15 -
Sat.nuiaG,-ANNi?,iTfi iLiDiEiMAN Nis iE bWha~t About YouI
isugher.scspatceis Nett "Are they dents?"
Miss.Junie a-isUitatOiANtistu S anAYdN 0 91 "Yes, quite. They're engineers."
henriy Kigit,itliceesiid sletor fthie SAUDYJIN 26195
ftatius"wtH oAS" teries cintitledi
"The P'siit at Pleasure" Alsoa Don't worry yet; there may have
giadesactysad liaestte aily "MttAtRISA~?TAUS" been a nistake in the registrara office.
'Tes. Juaeie-tAadl-idHi'LIill i
"His TytitigPlace," -part-s. Alioa At a recent naval review in New
3 partiFosffeture, ihe~tstts oatLife. York, an inspired decorator csoceived .Hait lit e11
___________________________the idea of spelling the word "Wel- 'Ave you 'eard of the Law Beat Patrol?
cosie" iii the sinal flags of the fleet., Ave you noticed the Law eat Pla-
tte went to a reired arniy oficer for on
Temple Theatre advice, aisc arranged the flags accorc- Where instead of just calling the roll,
ADMISSION Sc. hoggfcc the officer's directionss, so thatThytnlgurteetewoea-
tsospt Fiday and Saurday) wheun the visiting fleet dropped their tron
aichoirs in the Hudson they were
Wedniesitay Junie aS The Cliirvoyant greeted, not with the word "Welcne"
'silersawiih Msrin, Siar, als' Last week when I took ans exam,
awarsccif tHetlren. but with the laconic sentesce, "The A youig proctor attached to my heels
Tsry-'te talsTI,-,teatitSigy tnv srotn"(Tho' fr all that i care fee a d-
Weekcy.att ca- lsiarsSle Neither do we intend to say "Wel- 'E could follow me out to my meals).
Wed. 3o-Brack Sliep, witl, viola Aura., come" to you, 0 Felloxvy Sufferer!
Yhurts. Jly-i,- In tiys o aulne a Whtdsituecoe en hnh
licadwavayStar featre by Jamsc htde ecii enwe h There was company A in the 'll,
ttlde Caciateci. _ folks are at the lke or seashore, and There was company B by the door,
when She is at sene popular summer Hand a squadron to hanwer the calls
resort fully exposed to the opportuni- If a bluebook was dropped lon the
YALE PRtOFESSOR TO PRESENT tied offered by a nionlightsight and floor.
FIRST SUMSniEI SCHOOL 'TALK anne more fortunate mats?
Sympathy rather than a welcone i There was charts for the General-in-
1ormerly Taught History in Imperil what ysu need, atd we know, because- Chief,
Government University we have been here before. Hand you 'ad to respond to th' bell.
at Pekin It's ging to be hsst enough to melt The whole business 'as lent the belief
---- the lead in a pencil. It's going to e That this new kind of war his 'ell.
Prof. Luther Anderson, of Yale Uni- work. We doit evens get a holiday oni -Harold . Shradki.
versity, former professcr of hisifory in the Fourth. It's going to be poor
feedicig, for the boardinig houses must We "conmmence" about Monday.
thie Inmperial Govenment University make up in the sumimuer what they lose ___
of Pekin, China, will give the opening in fhe winter. And it's going to be Temtra utgo ie
address of the 1915 sumnier sessisniat dry, because down town, where it is Temtra utgo ie
:00 o'clock Monday. Preceding thissddaneothyc'teltotu watching the people pas him.
addiess there will be an iitroductory dests.
talk by President Harry . Hutchins. . STAY AWARE NIGHTS
Prof. Anderson is one of the bestTOWRYBCUE
kuown educators in the United States, CtURTAIN. T OR EAE
Submarine "K" is called "a dog of
and a forceful and entertaining speak- With this issue, The Wolverie war."
or. He will speak on, "The Awaken- makes its bow on the 1915 college
Thee ae 1? ereheofpopcorn in
ing of China." His experience in sae h lton fta tgu the average five-cent sack.
China particularly fits hina to speak the campus. You-students and would- Fodatnbiearofnsenn
upon this topic. This lecture will be be students-are the audience. The
givens in the west physics lecture room. Wolverine is the trained animal whoseMihgn
The new science building will not
_______ ~~antics you are to 'sitness. The Ct-beaolasUirithl.
STUDENT HOARD. Clean a n d ersceetnuoe wsadrs Trains run opposite direction on a -
homelike. $4. per week. Sheldon's- barsh single track on the T. & A.
The Wolverine, we would have you _________
114 Monroe St. 15 understand, ii a highly educated beast
________________________It will tell you the news, crack jokes.- HOSPITAL ENLARGEMENT MADE
c'I veti answer yor quistionss, it they NECESSARY AS RESULT OF LAW
jokes won't be jokes, and the answers last legislature, requirfig the univer-
LaT ~ e l a will be wrong. But did you ever hear sity hospital to care for all indigent
L of ans animal, evens hunman, which did persona in the state on order of the
a ed c l the right thing all the time? probate court, an extenive addition,
NE AN SEOD AN To us who are back of the scenes, costing from $500,000 to $1,000,000, will
EWADSCODHN directing the show, the performacnce be necessary. For a number of years
will be interesting; we will enjoy mak- the capacity of the hospital has been
Complete line hg the lilte animal perform. Wheth- overtaxed, and it would be imposible

Text Books er The Wolverinse can bow without to csnaply with this new law without
Laboratory Books dodging at the end of its program of great enlargement. IL.
Reference Books
Dictionaries
Com pends, etc. Call at the Daylight Store when
Cash or exchange tor your
old___oo __ Clothing and Furnishir
Largst toc in ichganTHE MAN STORE OF ANN ARBOR
Largst toc in ichganNEXT TO ORPHEUM
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Drawing Instruments, Loose-Leaf Note Books
Student Supplies in General
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Dailyaserie between Detritad Ceelandaderiand Bffl. Feint June 10th
to Septeamher l0th SteamersCity ofDetroit IIIand Ciet fCleeland IIIithe"TwoeaGintsa
alikeefinest Lakes, apeente daily serviucean the Buffalo Division' ens cait fstio i
miss the plesurneaf a ride an their tlating palaes. FOUR TRIPS WEEKLY frotm
Toledosand Detrntio Mackinacnsland and WayrPPate. HachiacsIland, the Historis
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