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The Wolverine, 1916-07-22

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THE WOLVERINE

Orpheum Theatre
The House of Famous Plays by tiamoas
Players
Sat. 2 -W111. Collier in "The No-Good
Guy." TriangleCaoedy, "A Dash of
Courage."' Reociog 15c
So.-Mo.a-:?4-Mae Murray in"Swe't
Kitty Belatet," Buoton Hoilme ra-
'Toes. 25-tDaraty Gisht withtOwen Moore
io "SusanoRocks thel~aat." Triaogle
Coesedy, '"BatTob Perils," Keg. 15c
ARCADE~
Shoes at ,3:00, 6:30, 8:0, 9:30
Sat. a,-Hetent Macto Osborce to".Little
Mocry Stuohioe" " Trip Araod the
World"'ood Charlie Chaplint to "The
Fireemoo" 550 Childreo's mtotinee, 4:00
"t~ittle Moey hSshine."
Mao01. a-Kathtyo Wtdtootetc "Intto te
Primitivte,"and Musty SfferComedsy
Toes. a;-Clara Kimbhall Youtng its "Tihe
Feast at Life" (Rt.)4aod Mottad
Jeff Cottoots.
1)ETR0IT iUNITED LINES
Betsween Dee-ott, Ace Arhae sod Joybsee.
Cotst- ion cc Sstecs timse, ace hose fastes
. laoca otticme.
Detreit Liomited sod Eoprect .Cars--S ssca.
n.td horly tay7:1oP. O., 59:1o -M
KolatotoosLiotited Car s8:48a. sm. sod
vey Swoahouso c6:48 p. t.; tooeasiog,
:48 p.In
Local Cort, Easthound-:35 0as ., 6:40 a. to-
:o a.eIl.,oand eveystwo hoursto 7 aosp. m.,
a:o p. o., stat p. ia., 0:5 p. a. Ta Ypst-
acti only, 8t48 a. mo. (daily except Suntday),
n,:a. 11., ato .-2o.m. as0O S4$p
Loal aaCre, Wetthoood-6:a5 a. as., 7 *50 a.
i., an every two hors to7:50p. to.,102
University School ot Music
┬░ALBERT A. STANLEY, Director
"A Gathering Place torAdvanced Stdtntt"
Annual Summer Session
EIGHT WEEKS -, JULY 3-AUG. 25
Regular Fall Term begins Ma., Oct 2, 1916
niceCotaoagoe sod Infortaotiont address
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary
Ann Arbor, Mich.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
INCORPORATED 1869
OFFERS
Security - Service Location
Copital............$ 300,0t.00
Surplos snd Profit,..: ..$ :175,0tt.0
Recourses- - - ,....$3,7005,00,00
Mlain Offie, N. W.' Corner Maltn
and Huron Sts.
Branch Office, 707 North Uiv-ls
ersity Avenue.

THE WOLVERINE!
Tbe o.11fi student newspaper for
tho "unitveraity of Michigan summer
sessiont. Publishted by ths tudenta on
Tuesday, Thursday end Saturday af-
terntoons. Twventy-tive isaues.
Suscoripition rates-By carrier, aev-
enty-five cents for the summer;
mailed to any address for onto dollar.
Advertising rates-Famislied uipon oat-
nitication to the business manager.
Subscrinptions aind ads tahen at Quar-
ry's and University Aveniue Plar-
tmacy.
0flic 1-ours: Managing editor, 2:00
to 1:00 daily; business masnager,
100 to 2:001 daily. Phoneo00 or.
2414.
Addres;, Tue Wolverine, Press Build-
tog, iiaytliard Si., Anti Arbor.
dler ne tE. Busrnett-Mnaging Editor
Phbone---241.4 or 1252-M
V. Vernte Sellers--Betoittess laatalger
lttione060 or 140
Toni P. Reid--Associate Editor
If . C arrioni---Sports Etditor
MaritailWilson--Woin's Editor
Walter Atlas--Nesws Editor
tBrue Swatney--News Editoir
Repoters
SI. H. Co0010yi. 'P. Mann
(ieorge Wi. tCorwiin Franik Martiii
M1.N. Elseuau Phil Pack
if. F. l+iteitatrick IWardtPeteroni
lI. ILCtG ?lert Grace tRose
Miary Graliot Cart Rasb
11. 14. taaig Jerotie 'Zeigle'r

Uni'tariean Church
State sod Huron Streets
Sunday, nt 10:30
Why Add Religion to Morality?
Vtoltn Solo by Miss Morton Struble
Sopranso Solo with Violin obaigato by
Misc Stevens
till.rom tot011 i pill variety itotuhle
sessionI.
'To niaheelie project of summer
batbal titsu-t-essful, students isill ito
lw;t tings. irst, those who have any
ittinix il tiaiiontt a lctics will get out
%vol tvttt k 011 trry Fieltd whetiever tthe
Satageros ,,t notic-es. Secoild, those
seitt callt. blayivili tortS out andtishtow
as little interest. For tihe average ath-
let irshabily plays 0.s much for the
;a l1tdsiatlls as Ill'does fur Ihimself or
h:e te'altI.
'ilte gaus'switht Ypsilaintiandstshe
toletitartueulonfitlicets Souseafloat
st ill f~risl a fiue test of teltoyalty
t ;unItt' e ,111.scoto001people 10 the
iii:rtssoiftthe ensiSe scamlpus, other
11011 ste itellectual.
Ftour yealrs ago, thlere svere aboutb
eight Univeersity buildings. Since that
tioe, 1.hil Auditoriumi, thle Natural
cietut btuildinig,tantd ite stadlilum at
hi'-cry Field have beeti added to the
ILL. Thlere are ntow two dormitories
for wsomen, Newberry Residence, end
Martha.PCook dormlitory. The steer fo-

SUMMER SCHOOL

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New and Second-Hand

Student Supplies in General
I UNIV RSIY OOST

CANDIES

CANDIES

Canoe Fountain
Lunches 44,Lunches
foran
Two Tf Ice Cream

Repetli's

JohnuSons"

Thorpe's

Michigan and Fraternity Jewelry
Leather, Gold and Silver
WATCH B RA C ELET S
Extra Fine Repairs of Watches and Jewelry
STATE STREET JEWELERS

Bosiasess shadf tore will see four msore buildings

inM. 14. tiogant Robert M. Sihillier
Richiard Golidsmnithe Aliane Livingstonl
SATURDIIAY, JUILY 22, 2910.
Issute liliter--a'-V'rlI Petersoan.
BASEBALL
Michigaun opirit in the sutmmer con-
sists altmost enltirely of building up
the Unsiversity inltellectually. Blut
there' is another itmportant elemeent,
nely summner baseball, which is
wortht-wbile both for tttdividual stu-
denits attd for the campus as a swhole.
Thtere is plenty of spare tinme left
ever ironm ones stutdy periods for rec-
reation. It does people good to yell a
little, mlunich peanluts, and get outs-
burnied at a hall geese. Baseball is
one of the fewe tinigs besides tite

d

NOW ON SALE3
THE
Summer School
D I 2CTOI

conmple'tedl, the Library, the Michigan
Petito, the Watterm~angymtnasium, and
the Y. M. P. A.
It is not only ill tiese outward forms
tihatic-higain has grown. tier build-
tngs are only tile sign of a continu-
oily broadentig intellectual concep-
tions. 'The contantly increasinlg fae-
silty, the grttwintg number of fellow-
shtips, the improved research factli-
t's, the extendintgfanme all bear out
St'e growtht in thist direction.
All this buileding at Michtigan shows
tite gross-tg interest the people of
the slate htavt' in thte Untiversity. Thse
stabtltty and beauty of the boidings
miarks the increasing mteteriail pros-
parity ansd support of the state. And
pserihaps tite greateot growtth of Michi-
gatt is the growth of the studenit body
antd thte ittcreasing loyalty and enitusi-
ivis f the alumtni.
LL OYtD CP. IaOU"aiAlS E1VE1IS
SE(lE''C)1-' ST''ESS 'TALIKS
Lloydl C. lDtttglas, Pesngregational
iitrgives tile thtird secret of sue-
ctestomorrose at 10:230 o'clock, in htis
series of serinis edelivered especially
for summer students. His program of
te sumecr willicontinue for live
Suntdays with thte secrets eudivulged
un~til after titey have been explalined
frvmuthtie pulptit.
Alichigrins
Ily 1Phil Patck
Lgri-; it C'ME
hi Motndtay itls a letter from Lillian,
tOt'r, sts it's a letter from Sue,
Ott W'sltts'slay it's a letter from t'ora-
Bttselotn a letter front You.
'T'hursdiay ills a letter tromt Elsie,
idatky setotiter front Rate,
Stuisi-seattothser froitiiMiargaret,
Bu o tur Is-Gems are alwvays late.
Na-iletter's a msissive of mystery,
SOr a ineutery of a by-gone mash,
Pttitere's one that I wait,
Anti pat, it's forever late,
'Ie lie is'otaining the cash !
The" tisnswio watchies tile tbermom-
ter mtost is tilenian alto is likely
toi gioSleft swientiheit'A's tre passed
'Tie-,Iiiatioiel fGeographeic Mag-
isslooi a pitSre of a starvintg,
,i'i;1 tr:tetip asleepiunsder a sae
tree.adAs<itsatauo, we ttf this here
tctlyitt swotuldisggs,"Sleepy hol-
low.," -

Mii-ligrouch may write this colyum
neext week, oo maybe come of you will
be satisfied at last.
Yountg Man-Mios Soith, if you re-
fuse to marry ene I shall never love
atnothter ivomnt."
Miss Smith-If I marry you, does
thttt htold good?"
What Asylum, Please?
iMr. and Mrs. J. E. Proven enter-
tained in boutor of, the John Eddy fam-
ily, Aunit Lucy Eddy, who has been
shuet in all winter, was 0on0 of the
guests-Chesaning Moon.
S'lIIOIE lHOT SHOT'S
Bly George G. Caron
'Thte English cleim to be making one
of the greatest drives In history. But
wait tilt we htear from the amateurs
ssho htave been sumnering on thle golf
litiks.
We suggest as a comeback tor the
"bird" who keeps repeating in yonr
preoeunce that "it's too hot for
authinug," thle little query-"Whtat're
yat goututa do; when ountmer comes?"
'fle camel is getting to be a famous
anial. First they 'named cigarettes
rufier tunta; nosy the Prohibitioin party
have adopted him as a, trade-mark
subject.
'Try Anay Onae--ttCosmopss Preferred
.4tSomewhere waves are gently lappinug,
Ote a saiudy stretch of shore-
Atud lhe "summer bsoys" arceutapping
t'ar beyond tile city's ror,-
Anti the latest bsathing raiunent
Is dioplayed upon the beach-
Short in cut,- -not price or peyment-
Yes, displayed on every "peach,"
Anti thoughe you sit there a'porinug
Over vohumees full of lore,
Knowvhedge-wise, your noodle storing,
While te others seek the shore-,
YTost caus stilt enjoy thte ocean
Witht a quarter in your jeana-
TYPIEWRITING
MULTIGRAPHING
IMEGRPHING
Hamilton Business College
Me and ueWilliam

if you only have the 'notion,
Yio can bring to you the ocean
On thte covers of the monthly maga-
sines,.
We Thiuk So Too
Ed-Wish aome of these humor col-
yum artists would ahow more prom-
Assistant Ed-Yeah, promise to
quit.
With all this hot weather talk our-
miteds insict on reverting to the stiff
lab talk about Armour and companie's
cookeries! Mow would YOU like to
be there?
The Coolest
Dining Place
in Town is the
?IIach
--easily reached by north or
southh elevators; open fromn'
eight in the morning till five
iu the afternoon,
The service is high grade,
aud all menus are prepared
hy a chef who was for a
numher of years employed hy
one of the leading New York
clubs.
'Noon Luncheon, 50c
Regular Service
at Is carte

Sheehan's

Wahr's

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