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The Wolverine, 1915-08-17

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THE WOLVERINE

Orpheum Theatre
Th eose of Itaous Fl1s7byFamou
Playes
"Ar1b."
Wednesd.1 I,, Nane ()'Neilil
Th rda 7n F iay ' . ])2 -' 7
Arcade Theatre
SNIOWS: AFTERNOONS 4;00; EVE. 8:15; 7:45; 9:15
7usaAI. 1 7 77 777.7,ord i
11 Ca1) ri 7.. 7am u P ay r . .\I,
Charlie.7 Chaplin7in777777l Johnnie..
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and e...I..7, ne s i77 7,777 n ,"
spedd \m A 37i' c meyi

,THE WOLVERINE -
T he official student newspaper for .
tile Uoiversity of Michigan summer-
{ sess07..Pablished by the students 00
{, uedavThrr ~ n7id ~tri 'f-iWhat. rho goio't'do after Friday?

tertoto. twenty-live issues.
Suibscription rates-By carrier, sev-
enty-five cento for tlie sammer;
clted to aiiy address for site dol-
lar.

Got a j017? _
tPrepare toe the worst; youlltiave
t(o reathitat inferior hiomie towo paper.

Second Hand
Summer School Text Books
Woodruff's Quasi-Contracts
Beale's Crimminal" Pleading and Practice
Mickell's Cases in Criminal Pro~edure
Hiall's Cases Constitutional Law
Wigmore's Cases in Evidence
Ame's Cases on Equity
UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE

Advetisn raes-Furishe upn a Sign at1bath house, Hague Park,
A~vriig rtsI riohdP J5 -
plicatioii to (lie business mantager. Jackson
Subscriptions anld ads taken at Quar-
ry's,Cositing's aittl University Ave-tli ( lWK
nise Phsarniacy. ,alts Witlhout Shits
Office Hours: Maitaging editor, 2-0011 2)Cet
to 3:00 daily; busines5manager,y.
1:00 to 2:00 laity, Phone 960 or:_
2414.
_______________________________ Itt it probably costs bcve dollars to
ANddress, The Wolverine, Press Buld7111(1 o jil
tog, Maytiard St., Anni Arbor. lte ev to it tr7 ee
Ikoaward Ilt. Marsh-Managing Etditor At least bte stire to 101ke off the price
Phone-2414-t1505 itirts Itefore (stter Itegits ,is finan-
Ferris fH. Flch-ilusliness Manager viat talk.
Phosie 960-230

Temple Theatre
Toes., Aug. 17- 'The Insurrec-
lion,"
Wed.. Aug. i8- 'The Dick-Ou,"
with Stewart Hlolmies.
IlunadwNay-Strand, Itroil
The return of "The C'hristian," wvhich~
opened the house last spring, is ail-
notuncedl ly the managemenst of the
Broaidway-Stranid for thits weeki. Elab-
orate preparatiosStave brett mode fohr
ftse revival, whtitchshioultd prove a real
event for the lovers of the best fili
dramas. With its miagnificent otrgan,
one of the largest in Anterica, the7
Broadway-Strantd is iii apositinto(
provitde sonic wonde~rfuit effects iii tic
church scente, andtthde instrumet'ntal
music will be supplemienitedt by3 a('chtir
of twelve voices. Earle Williams heads
the cast as John Storm, and Edith.
Storey plays the port of Glory Quayie.
Remarkable pictures of tlie Derbty
races in England are shotwit as a part
of the producittion.
New Uuarthr,
C, E. B ART HELI
Law, Medical and
Dental Books
RE MOVE's
TO
336 S. State Street
77ccr Cushing's iDrugfStore
PHONE 761 -M
Enlarged Quarter
LARGEST STOCK
IN MICHIGAN

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i y They've Arrived
C.4" 'ble smartest, snappiest,'ndl most effect-
ice Fall anud Winter Fabrics lhat ever
7,' leftsalooui.
11111mer school itudlensito swish In
ordertheir toll silitinsobc(orleasving
. i1lfind a handsome 'issortmenti ifInew
"LI'. _ Wolens

Asistant to Butsiniess Mantiger- tW33's front. It boobs tuch tetter."
W~illiim1-t. bMogant-News itens, MViddleville Suit.
AntdItrotbaly fe('ls better thani7vc

H.
ell

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C'ontribunitg Editor
F. M7. Ch~urch
1001'e ditors
Dw7sight(N'0. lencing's
Wiltis P. fGootciios
.Nat. Thlomlpsont
Rleporters
Pl iiPant
Waord ('etersot
tBruee Swoticy
Dav7id1 Rosenttal
P. 'W,. Lom ntt
K~arl YWllleyc r
Jeromne Zeigler

.l )21.1killlg Slli1 .

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For Table Supplies- Wholesale and Retail
1 14-1 1 6 E. Washington St. Phone 326

No. lit All-Am7er'ican G(roucht
'TOD~AY'S hIDDL)E
If a scell bred 11101 feels tialf 1b0a(ed
and771lost's 7111his 7doutgh7, w1outtl e ineedt
717111 (rust to heroine a loafer santtge't
FAVORIT'lE t40"tS,(l
No. 15-The tOptiist 's5-'''intert

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Fine Watch, Jewelry and Eyeglass
...REPAIRING...
_ FOUNTAIN PENS
,j CONKLIN, SWAN & OUR $1 SPECIAL
Lenses Ground to Order
usia ~ Alarm Clocks 75c. to 3.00
8 'HALLER JEW~TELRY CO.
STATE STREET JEWELERS
U. S. Postal Stationu 3 TELEPHONE 534

No. 1I-ITh''17'Itilitarist's-"'tue 13077
Armtt."

Issie Editoi'-Itoi;'Iul IW. Jennings
TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1715.
Bt0tt)'
In a week 1or two,(t'e tousandl 0117
at thalf tudten'ts enirolled for the sumil-
mier sessioni sill tte scatteredl again
over tie widtth of (lie country,
Thieir indiiv'idual 1influenci7es ini 717ir c
owii comnuiities 1110 be smtall, bilt
thteir comtbinied inflecewill be gee'+
If this inifluenee were to be used71 in
on isa5', it swoutd prodtuce I77te', (rtI. a
results.
W(1h nt tuse tthat infblence177 "170001
Mdichiganl ' 'Whylinot apply to (t"e tni-
v'ersity that common11717butsinie7ssitmotto7.
"ft yotu like is, tell youri friendst?"
Afte'r ttl,071o777w7'atdettto thle unii-
versity, though1 youl have' been htere'
only1oneS~ ,7ller. Ecellfinanciallt..
Your1 tu(ition pay's a sitall part of ttte
post 777 ,-ousswoct. her(-. Why o't7)
tpay'a.part 'this (debt 1by' 5(11it71
ot(1er. tere t-7)17m1(e7Michiiganiitill
greatest u17iversity in the cosntry? It
is 5(771' (1uty' 7')be proud lof the tni-
ve'rsity,. to t. )ast of it, sorely to7 be
loyalt.
FOTABIL 411:0FOR ENGIIN EEIS
As a step toward securing positiolns
for enindieeri'ib gradhtates, Prof. H. C.
Sadler, (lead of the departm~ent -of mo-
riive enigneering;, has bteen alppointtedl
chtairman177of 0an appoinitm~ent comml~it-
tee s5im7ilar to ithitiin the literary ('77-
lege. A regular office still be estabt-
ti:;tied 0n7171a7corps of assistant5stwilt
be selected1 to 7aid1Professr Sadler in
tte wsork.

htiO itiANI'WISI'S('OW'S 'I IS
-Iteadline, 'fimies-News.
Xhy' not inisialt a self starter?
(tne of life's little ironies: to have
1to leave itust as 7011 are popular
eniouighto ~ have thtelpolicemnc call yotu
17y your first nanme.
Ye7s, tLife', P'uck(anid Jud7ge7, use all
of this cotl'yum11 y01utwanit; it is tnt
('0py5righlt.
S011 0"F'rHE 191.) VA(CA'l'I0IST
I like to wvander 'neathi the summer
shy-
I'd like to tread o'er meaowt, swootd-
land bill-
To stroll care free Itroughlfields of
wsheat and71rye-
Andu listes to the sinlgin~g brooklet's
trill.
I'd like to walk alon7g th~e shady1
lanes-
To stretch miyself full length nid~~
wavinlgo0t(-
But one5 canino~t 'withsuch ungodtly
rains
Commnune svith Nature save ini ferry
boats.
Iud likie to spendh a dlay in revery,
Ott there beside' the gently flowiiic
trook-
'To plass(lie Ihours m1idl humni of drosy
bee-
Amid lazily absorb thte latest book.
I'd like to sit beneath a towering elm,
Or bask lueside flue cooling counmtry
waoy-
Btut there's no0 ship switit Noahl at ite
hielni
No ark aroundmht ese diggin's htere
todhay.

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huh like (77 drinth(he(dregs (If Nature's LI IhMAlti'SLItSS 5110W FICTION
cop- GAINS OVERt WART LITERATURE
'To sip tie honeyed 5s'we'tness'.5o771h7er
charnm-IDoring (he summer readers have
For just a wseek( to pass the' (ity lip, shtownmta.hdecidled preference for certain
Andu taste (te virgin1 freshnescs of
the fric.1books of fiction in the library. "A
Far Country," by Winston C~hurchiill,
But I'll prefer to givce 71. 7..i177."1'.. 't ett more popular than any other
drow-omne vuulume . This seconid book imost
Andl never .ee (lie toys initow called for has beemi Boo(h Tarking-
again-
For sinuce theu'o777d'hiisiiic'o 77 mi 157 tonl's, "Thle 'fucmoil," amid a close third
down, hiaosteen Pooles, "This Harbor."

I can't 7commun77e swithnature in thuts
rainl.- 7.1. C7,(1'.
Ple7asinig 01171urt istic port rails madshe
at Htoppe's Studio lanytimse. 779 East
~ibuerty. 10

A't the beginning of timeounmmer sev-
eral of the booksoncmthle war were
iimch read. But durimig(lie last two
mntmthio the interest in literature con-
c'erninmg the European stuggle has
waned.

- Counsiderimng the entire works of any
N. F. ALTLEN'IS REDl TAG ('LOTIIING omue man, 0. Hemury is read more than
SALE amiy other writer. Professor Eankin
No~v on-All tlotinmg ot greatly re- tbiniks that the popularity of the short
tinned prices. N. F. ALLtE('0. Al stsries of Itoismnian will not remain at
aur new locatiout, 211 So. Main St. if so great a hesight nuoch longer.

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Vacation time is close at hand.
Get that Suit (Cleaned and
Pressed betore
you go.

CLEARANCE SALE
All Spring Suits 1-4 off All Furnishings 20%c/┬░off
THE MAN STORE OF ANN ARBOR
NEXT TO ORPHEUM
J.' F. WUERTH CO.
Firm J. F. WUZERTH. F. P. HARRIS

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C. I. KIDD

1112 S. University Poe13-

Phone 1530-J

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