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The Wolverine, 1916-07-27

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THE WOLVERINE

New Books
f the following new books are
g in local book stores:
Alice. "The Prisoner." The
the readjustment of a young
o has spent some time in
Dr. Alfred. "The Restora-
Europe." A plan for the fed-
>f Europe.
G. G. "An Introduction to the
' Organized Labor In Amer-,
J. "School Hygiene." A man-
aws of health in relation to
'ork.
tts, Eden. "The Human Boy
War." A series of sketches
aglish school boy in war time,
the profound effect the echoes.
ors and distant heroisms has
a.
E. T. "Social Problems."
eration of modern social and
c problems written for the
high school student.
ston, St. Clair, and Steen-
Ingeborg. "Under Three,
'ith the Red Cross in Belgium,
and Serbia." The authors
otoring through Germany at
reak of the war and they give
esting account of their exper-
CULOSIS ASSOCIATION TO
|ND $100,000 DURING YEAR
ational association for the
ad prevention of tuberculosis
nd $100,000 during the next
ears on some New York or
usetts town of not more than,
nhabitants, in an attempt to,
the disease by the prevention
levelopment of new cases.
the towns being considered
andaigua, Johnstown or Pat-
N. Y., and Framingham, Win-
or Norwood,. Mass.

HOBHI DIETEDE
STRUCI(-BY AVID
Student Struck by Automobbe While
Riding Bicycle on Liberty
Street.
Robert Dieterle, '18, was struck and
hurled 15 feet yesterday when the
bicycle on which he was riding collid-
ed with an automobile at one of the
corners of Liberty street where a pile
of paving bricks piled alongside the
street obscured the view.
When struck, Dieterle grasped the
hood of the machine, thus saving him-
self from being dragged under the
machine. Then his hold broke and he
was hurled fifteen feet but alighted
on his feet. Dieterle is a member of
the Glee club. The machine which
struck him was driven by Oscar Luick.
"Deutches luaus" Makes lilt.
Frau Palm today expressed herself
as entirely satisfied with the way her
plans for her "Deutches Haus" have
worked out. The girls, she says, have
been very willing to co-operate with
her, and she feels that she has been
able to help them a little at least.
"Yes," she said, "it is hot, but I
don't mind," and she smiled optimis-
tically, "I'm too busy to notice. I
have to get up at 5 o'clock, and don't
get to bed till half past eleven, so I
don't have time to notice the heat,"
and she laughed merrily.
WANTED
WANTED-Student man to run dish-
washing machine. Inquire Miss
Hunt, Newberry Residence.
DO YOU KNOW OF ANYONE WHO
wants to buy an excellent rooming
house near the campus? Suitable
for private family or club. Inquire
or write EtB., care Wolverine office,
Maynard Street.

View of the historic University hall, showing especially the ivyclad north wing. The building is, in part,
the oldest of any state university structures in this country, and it is a favorite with many alumni. The building
has undergone numerous revisions during the past several months, especially in south wing in which the stair
cases and many of the rooms were reconstructed, and the entire section painted so as to look almost new. At
present north wing is undergoing similar alterations, especially in the widening and rebuilding of the staircases
which had been considerably worn down. The main corridors of University hall are also being repainted with a
sort of cream colored tint.

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Pure Home Made
Ice Cream and Candies
Seven kinds of Ice Cream
Pint 15C Quart 25c!
LEMON. PINEAPPLE S ORANGE ICES
ALL OUR SODAS 5c.
Watch our Special Sundaes
POPULAR PRICES

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The New Confectionery
[he Fountain of Youth
Corner State and Liberty
Doiood eesy--vesoehis
evr's FWhen Vo r cange
Thirsty
There's the fun ofquenching the thirst
-and the deliciousness of the thirst
quencher to give you double pleasure,.6
But you do't evnhv o be thirsty
ever your reason for drinking it fl
Demandthe enuine by fullname--
nichnames aencourage substitution.
THE COCA-COLA CO.
Atlanta, Ga.
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Hoop Skirts Come
As Stairs Widen
Way back somewhere in the seven-
ties, when the regents of the Univer-
sity were discussing the advisability
of allowing women to matriculate in
the various departments, it was said
that, because, of the enormous hoop
skirts the women were then wearing,
they could never get up and down the
narrow stairways of University Hail.
But the objectionable feature soon
conveniently disappeared, and femi-
nism won its first victory on the
campus.
During the past few months, the
staircases in the historic pile on the
west side of the campus have been re-
built, and in the north wing .are now
being widened. With the possibility
of hoop skirts again looming on the
horizon, campus style fans are re-
marking the appropriateness of the
alterations.
SWIltING POOL SWEPT WITH
VACUUM CLEANER EVERY DAY
The rumors vhich have been cir-
culated of late questioning the sani-
tary condition of the local swimming
pool on Fifth avenue, have apparently
no justifiable foundation. On the con-
trary, the proprietor has been doing
all within his power to keep the pool
in the best condition, and is taking
constant precautions against any dan-
ger whatsoever.
Every morning the pool has a com-
plete "vacuum cleaning," which is
done by means of a suction pump
which goes over the whole bottom of
the p ace, to remove any sediment
which may have collected. The water
is completely changed every 50 hours,
and comes entirely from springs. A
short time ago, the proprietor had a
load of copper sulphate emptied into
the water, which has served to loosen
any growth from the bottom; and to
destroy the insects which are to be
found on the surface of-any such body
of water.

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THE COAST LINE TO ,
DETROIT
CLEVELAND, BUFFALO. NIAGARA FALLS
TOLEDO, PT. HURON ALPENA, ST. IGNACE.
A REAL VACATION
The Water Way Is the Only Way
The Great akes is the mecca for particular and experienced travelers on b~uss"
and pleasure trips. The D. & C. Line steamers embody all the qsalities of sped,safety
sandcomfor. Theofrsecm of ithe decks, the cool, ieleesbinake5 beezes, te com-
am dous state roomsandunexcelled ineimsake li feoad atheseSoating palacmsa
coceaesoyens.
"D. & C. A suRVICE GUARANTEu"
Durisgum rmerasonteaToGiassofachcreat Laks,strs.CiyofDetroitIIIand
CityofClcveladII, opeatcail y scrvice btensDenroit andBufallo:daily serviceO
between Det Oit andClevelasd, also degliht fs say curind JulyandAuusi. as
wlso csbiatsots!ofDerit ad Cleelasodeveny'OSturday ad.Suaday, slghs
duriag thieieo moh.FOUccvRIP'S WsEEKLv FROM TOLEMDOAND DETROIT
TO MACKINAC ISLAND AND WAY PORTS-From June 25th to eptember 10th,
SPECIAL STEAMER CLEVELAND TO MACKINAC ISLAND. TWO TaIPS
WEEKLY. TN STOPS ENDOTE KXCEPT AT DETROIT EVERY TRIP.
Daily service between Toledo and Put-in-Bay, June 10th to september 10th.
YOUR RAILROAD TICKETS ARE ACCEPTED
On D. & C. Line steamers for transportation between Detroitand Cleveland, Detroit
sand Buflal, cther diecion.
saed tcenticampifor illustrated pamphlet and Great Lakes Map. Address
L. G. Lewis, G. P. A., Detroit, Mich.
DETROIT & CLEVELAND NAVIGATION COMPANY
PHILIP H. McMILLAN, Pres. A. A. SCHANTZ, Vice-Pres. & Genl. Mgr.
All 0. &C. Steamers arrives and depart Third Avenue Wharf. Central
Stand-rd Time.
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a plenty of Metol (which we could sell at $50.00 per Ib.) and
we venture -o say that no other firm is using Metol for fiiishing
lrayou want the hestresults you will bring your films here.
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