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The Wolverine, 1914-08-20

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T 1H E W 0 L V E4 R I N E

ORPHEUM
THUR. Aug. 20 -C. M. Anderson In
"The Cod for Nothing'
FRID., Aug. 21 -"The Terror of the
Night" _________
SAT. Aug. 22-The Moosteo of Fe'
"Complete Line"
OF
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
VARSITY T O GG ERY S HOFP
1 107 South University Ave
HUSTON BROS.
The Ftnest Btltiard Room to the State
CIGARS and CANDY
"We Try to Treat You Right"
M'w~ic itp 5Z6cbooI o0,
fIbusic
Maynard Street An Aror
Annual Summer Session
June 29 'to Augst 21
Instruction in all Branches
of Music
For full Information, Call
at the Office.
CHARLES A. SNK Secretary
Sugar Bowl
109 S. Clain Street
Best le Crealm
Home made candy
fresh daily
Prompt Service
PHONE 967
BOOCKS
LAW AND MEDICAL
NEW AND SECOND-HtAND)
Complete Line
Text Books
Text Lboratory Books
Reference Books
Dctonres
Compends, etc
CASH OR EXCIANGiE OP
YOURS OLD BOOKS
LAtf&ESt SOCK IN MIHIGtAN
C. E. Bartlhel
326 S. State St. Tel. 261-M
Announcing our An-
nual Exhibit of
Exclusive
Fall and
Winter
Woolens

Orders taken now for later
delivery
G. H. WILD & co.
Slate Street
' Leading Merchant Tailors

THE W OLVERINE' Jjp 'y/aJi Jl ]t4 IEt<in, Pl( toe i
The official student nwppe oi.lrsex 0 TP1 dlA111(IPP5IaInds
the Univ ersity of1icihigan urne j =r n 51 ((x°<l ~1ei(1(011.
session. Published by ftestudents o in lns, a-u ihiwis]lt, TIhe Viol-
Tuesday Thursday and Saturday at- vI Pile vWill eau y i t its presentl stat-
teronos. 'Twenty-flveissues. 1us---unless Al .'(111incniive;is,itro-
Address, The Woleeriiie, Press IBuild-
ino, Mayoard St., Ann Arbor. MICHIGAN HAS 95 ALUMNI
l.eo N. ttirttett--31'anagitgi tolr A rnnREIN SSt ARE
Phn 18-I .Gre illard--itit tess tit~ager(
Atltie Ieditor--Charles Kendt'ick.
______________________________________ I__ sity o(Itl'dill(i <11include, 11(1 sericles
TE1il ISLIAY1, AJIIST 2, 11(14. oii 115 ihill(i( ,111Rimni asI~II 5issiolniaeP
in forei r7esoil lies.

AS LONG AsxS =II IIII-Ate is 110,11.-._

IN LESS
Wolserine ttoeote- its p irtin 'di-
insinceei-epresions grititde 'mi
ithe generous coiopeationi of the sisie-
tises-a, no110e1of fogiveeness tue lie
stubbiorn preessan-a tokenP of01o10
for(1'the toleranit subsribir, wtelid 11
1101get his ppii ad aisiiiIls still un-
eoimplaining. hut till' Woleerineof
1914 wishis to say at te omelntllof
°Is deiose, tha he111'editoial hear(t is
ievid ohitese aprloriae emot11ins.
We mlleely makeill' ititlel'raery'Pfor
till'Wolicrineofotill-fiture, sld 51el
ini a1poitioni to 1poiiiout somie oviiiiis
meanus of mainiigi a slmiiiii Psiol pa-
1(1'wichiiliis rially sorhlwie.
IThet'P'esi't lLak
I its presenlt status, 'he NVoler
ie, 11s well as othiir summue ete-
prises, is seriously.ihandieapied iy the
lackh of experieniedeff lliient, williig
msen. 'T'he ineiable laziness 01 sum-
iier timie is bound to thow the bur-e
ieni of a vluntary (enepistuploi
onieo01twso. 'l'lis is not leulisir 10
Mihihin. Only three or four uiier--
sities ee-i attemptt to pulishi ii pier
duinig the sumimer. 'T'he Woleriie is
iiifsrior tsolieu,'oultillse. Imla snev-
tieless, 'rhe Woerne, iii its presnt
state, is not aii adequlate oga of shel
a summerii'Psessionlas M'iiegian's
The Wolerne offers n ineltis.
Th'lere isn rewaird fo ersv ie, excpItt
exper'iencIe. '1Tle'siuation 1o1n'T'he
Mliehigan Diaily is ldiffe'ento,.A sae
011 the stff iS a geatloio. I'lle('
areusissallyabout I ieeas imany tey-
ing out as areeiveni stsf positions.
Suniuesi session is iio sot foTeIi
Wolv erine to hold 0ou1 soy iientivie 01
itis kiiid.'rhs, n~e the samie oi-
iitiuiis, Thel( Wolerie is bind to
vary froml yiarto yea uonly w iii the
abilty and eiergy o tie; i managin
editor. 'T'here shoilid hi'somie imoe
dlefinie' lmeans of iiiprov eet
Tlie' Remtedy
'thre is but one imiimediastereeiiedy.
It is naiiiely tils: toi giet rn1 iiy
credit fot work on The 1Welierite
Dureingsthe reglr sessios Michi-an.i
tirises t1u efet a depatmntll iiof jounal-
lism. Whly' not dur~ig thie siimme 1s
sell? Bty the inuguration of1 001
course i ewspa.per leok iithe Osuml-
hmesessouiiof 1915, TetWolein
cold serve a110ia laboratiry foe that
coal-s'. A simiillsie(r1n1ementitexiss
1uri4 iilethe ear between o hf. F. N
Scott'sjouiinaslisiiiceurses anthIle
Mihigan Dfaily.
Suceh a man as Mir. IymnunBrysn,
of tile irhetoric faulty, w1hu has ad
yeassof situsl ImeltopliltaniinhIspia
per' truiningeceusli isecoursieo'is
misartentili' ll'ory' and1 iiellidis, siiis
it woild poee to be one of the 1111sf
fliPthe layiman. I conetioi Iwiti
this' courseI,a51ertin 111amlionlt01fiwoes
could be reqireiPon11TiheWoloerie
'Phils sould give summiuestudnsthei
prop~le inentive. 'The 'leie
p ould thieiikeip pae swih summlle
'l'here' is sbsolutely 110 P1easoi xwhy
lhi~s can1be 40111, siiitiit woeld iveLitto
summlae sessionas igblet-pie, siniia
psaper of higeril standsiris.
'liie \Wolvi'e'in'is iiaiesbly a ailsn
withi l'iiisn IDaily 'e1p1r1111e, od
a1 idiscipis'of-Pofesor 1-ot, lihe' sys-
Loinisotuld e 511100111y un istsiled, aii
the editor would be only too lasi f.

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5111ir- ii25) il ffr1511 1couintries5, 25
I til le C in Oxlss, 111111 i l l' lui, l21 lii
Africa, 811111 Ii Aslrica, 911(11 lismi[:u-
159, , a'd'1r 'cos. MSiwa' 411) alumil
now (1 111 111 i .1111'Il-lerts Iof this
60t I lit from Lynnit 'earb o t s'heKantsas
fiy ;o lls, 1111 11 1 it 51011' eo pleI
11(1 ete 1 )111,5 . tr 11,1 A li Ifils114 as1ise--
C'i ; teretl- r( i i sIed a lllele-
gts ls it lue l ist11 , t "tt i lit afl ii g stol
go as1::esit 0LI trili culgldaupion.
ihttt $221111,i uhaoigntduiegthe
utatlyhus11 iti'xof -this-ear, 11as1carr01
215(1(11 lt litle stide 511111istito-i
fit lttle, asi sidly otorxlrIllitAioini-
iaiout P111111 lvit tllttxt ts-1011 i to bl
I liitotieri tewituotri1bnuttins lie
otetrnit vers(iieIlsfoi the liteedp.oi
te,0t0ipalicel snttl n titll esiy Itsill
Lei;s'lft' IyeClP 11andItyheiest15P 0
l-,,iialai(ssehilati iedu((tiniato rlieii
P~ioalniti he tivS~esi -t sslp
thet itieh nhiss lmitsIi fl'comment 011
litsi es si lisIt lohmitsimitary ilP i-
bite n tbittieHbs,'yi apseneo

TIHNKER & CO.
FURNISHERS and HAITERS In University Men
34259. State St.
Wil11 Keep hArticets Lind Illustrattis
olrrenthIte'rest
-Im=)iine tomitonthiif Se'ptemiberPtim
tmilienaity librsary expet~s to sftarh
It iork 1(11thi'e ip~pingmig 511, in sehiehill
hi' 1stitsilhes 011toples uf eurremit
incterst, llprtits oimnotmiemfhms in till
5(11011- 'ye, smndtiartimcles extraeteid frss
Sdup~lic-atemitimihem'sof IcuIrrenlt 1111('-
zimnes. It is thou.lmt that a thle oh thla
sorltxwill its'of 5valume tmthe simidemts
enmrolld ill dmbating anmd rhtomrie
? courses. 'Thii imaterial eolleced'sllit
ite atalmigued, huhtxwiii be fileidumn-
it-p the titl eiimr subjeet lheading.s
rStaff of Tlhei'Wolverine ('etebitaes
,As sicelebraltioni for 'T'le Wolverimie,
ft-e last issue' of swhichlais primntedtCo-
damy, the eominmed iditorial and bus-
hiessstfs hld a dimmnemr'atCt'alam
mnnlasmt ight.
Student
Furniture
FUARNISHI YOUR ROOMS
EARLV.
Most complete assortment
of Doube Deck Beds, Chil-
t oolers, Study Tables, Desks
Chairs and Rockers, which
S we offer at a price that will
f make your rooms attractive
MARTIN HAILER
Furniture Carpet. Rugs

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Ceaansodai waster at Calinis. Li
Buoy your kodak ftuns and supplies
at Sugden Drug Co., 301 S. Staite. tf
.RE IRESENTATIIVIS WANTED--
No canveassing or solieiting required.
Gooid ineoue assured. Addres1114-
RILL, 71171 Broadway, News'York.
1-I5
August Sale Camopus Bootery. Auiy
Gents Oxfords ini store $3.98, forumrly
$5.00, $2250 anmd $6.00. Cl

SUMMER SCHOOL
TEXT
BOOKS
And Students Sup-
plies Second-Hand
Books for all de-
partments.
WAHRI'S
University Book Store
DETROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE
Licited acdEpr.. Cart for Dtroit-7:to
e.m. and hourly to 6:ie p. ., alsa tutu
p. m.
Local Cars o, Detrit-5:40 R. .,tintoaa.m,,
and evry tiro horsto 6:06t p. ., 7:o p.
M.' :06p. i., 9:10 p. ., and 1s:4 p" p. a
T. Ypsilantioly: 741a. m., 8:10 am., 11:t6
a. m., 5:06ip. t., 11:15p.ia,115 p. m., 1110
p. m.5.0s0 a. m.
Limited Cart for Jakson-7:4 a. s. and
eery twonhours to 7 40 p. ao.
Loal Crsr Jako 5:12A. ,hhit a..,
aod eery twoos to 6:51 p. ., alo 9:o
p.Ma., t11:15 p. a
All Kinlds of Hat Work
Done Right
Factory Hat Store
118 E. Huron St. ,Nar Allfll Htl
CGOUSINS (, HALL
Florists
tIr. 12h St andS. Olilt.Ait. Phone 1 15
Capitl, $mo,aoo.oo Srpus, $5,000.00
hUdiv~idd ProtIs, 25,0,0
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Safe BaokiogooandmCmrteousTreaeotfOr
CustmerssOur WatOcrwaorod
3 per cent Ietrest tn our Sans Departaent
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capitai ....... .. .......... oo, .00
001r100sod [endivlde 4 Pots,.,,mmoo,0.oo
Surplus aodhUnder Profits..o ..$15po.Csa
Transacts a Geaeral Bankng Business
3per Centinteirest paid onoSavings Deposits
Yoonrhhsiormo oilnllrd
thas. '.5 Iiouk, Proo ti hsl7, rI J.goihc.
55.. Hhoooimuo 5ic-re,Coo.rol F. Braun, Ass.
eel'r xli Wel , m, Pho rSaigot~p.
UNIVERSITY AE PHARMACY
GOULDING & WIKEL
1 219 So. Unversity Avenue
Drugs, Toilet Articles, Cigars,
Cigarettes and Candy
PHIOTOGRAPHER
319 l.Bron St. PHONE01961-tM

TEMPLE THEATRE
CAN MAIN STREET
FRt., Aug 21- Court of Death"- Lasteof
th~t Adventures ot Kathtpn
- SAT., Aug. 22-"Votce froa the Wilder-
nose," with Francis X. Bushman
NEXT WEEK - "Father's Flirtations"
(with Joehn Bunny)

l'ts 1-4 OFF
CodSodah~, 51 Put Iright. Cnovesity
Aveiu Iu'iussine'cy' tu On Reach and "Ty Cobb"'
_____Base Ball Cloves
AtigstCSalshs{f'susslootermy. AmiyAT
Cliut iss Ifsit isstrll p:02.10S, hiloiierly 5 w ' IT Z E R I S
$ stll, .1.11 sul -, I lf31 0 Stat.
A LAKE TRIP FOR REST AND RECREATION
Uue D. int C. Line Steamers for Business and Pleasure Trips
HE refreshing lake broeoes, the freedoa of the deoks and the,_
T luxurious oomfortiot the popular D. & C. Line iteuamensaie wait.
mig for you. Whether you go north to beautifol Maocinuc Island,
thur fomoos summoer resort of the Nooth mountry, or choose ihe 'Woier
Way" on yoar trip loom the est or wesi, you will appreciate ike many
comforts 00 000 palatial steamers.
Daily seriie between Detroit end Cleveland, and Detroit and Boffal.
Foor trips weokly foom Toledo aod Detroit to Mackinao Islond anme way
ports. Delihtfu~l day trips betweeo Detroi and Cleveland doring July
'and Augoot. Ptopular week-rod rxcorsions every Sotorday between
Detmoit and Bsuffolo, aod Detroit sod C~veland. Speoial Steamer Cleve-
laod ho Mackioas Islond direst, two trips weekly, June 25th to Sepi. 10th,
makiofr o shops eroote except at Detroit every trip. Daily service e
twoenToledo andPot-In-Bay, Juoe 10th in Septembero 10th.
YOUR RAILROAD TICKETS, readinggbetwren Dotrooh and Buf-
hao or Detroih and CIeveland, are available for transportation on D. & C.
semreitherdmuestion.
AN INTERESTING PAMPHLET giving drtiled desoription of
vaimoustimp swinl1hemailed you oo receipt of to cents to pay postage..
AddriIss..Le ,,CGc~i.,PasenerAgent,.Detroit, Michi.
DETROIT & CLEVELAND NAVIGATION COMPANY
PhilpI. Milil.., Pesient. AA. Scuhnt, Vice-Pres. aimd Ceol. Mgr'.
IISteslrtriundlpf.roLm fo toTh4'kiiiruoret, Dtit ich.11k
THE COAST UNETOW.AcC I K IJt.C=
,,- ETROIT, CLEVLAND(,
r { BUFFALO,. NIAGAAFALLS
DOE; , T.HURO-#
=~ST.IGNACE

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