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June 30, 1914 - Image 2

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The Wolverine, 1914-06-30

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THE WOLVERINE

ORPHEUM
WEDJuy, 1 - The Detective's Sister"
THUR-July, 2. J. Warren Kerrigan in
"SAMPSON"
FRI. July~ 3. 6th Dollie ot the Dailies
Series On The Heights" Featuring
Mary Feller.
SAT. July 4. Spettial 4th o1 July Pro.
erase, Francis Marrian is The
Swnamp Fox". Extra! Paths Daily Newss
Show~ing the Salem Firs.
MON-TUES. July 5.-Cats Kane is "The
"Coimplete Line"
OF
MEN'S FLJRNL"HRINGS
VARSITY- TO0G GERY S H OP
1 107 South University Ave.
HUSTONBROS.
The Ftnest Billtiard Room to the State
CIGARS and CANDY
"We Try to Treat You Right"
afnivergitp2 zcboo1 of
fleutc
Maynard Street Ass Arhor
Annual Summer Session
June 29 to August 21
Instruction in all Branches
of Music
For full Information, Calis
at the Office.
CHARLES A. SINK Secretary
Sugar C Bowl
109 S. 1lain Street
Best Iee Creamrr
Home made candy
fresh de..ily
Prompt Service
PHONE 967

T'H E W'0L\V E R I N E 1axvaid mist, and the instructors in
_________________________________Latin whis ace here to oil their dleeleni-
The affciali student newsplaper for! sions with the lubricatisin of asunoiver-
the Unicersity of Mtichigan summer'sity faculty, represent our secondary
sessions. Published by the students on 'scipools. Itt is from the secondary
Tuesday Thursday anid 'aturday at- school that the university procuices its
ternioons. Twventy-five issues. timaberaiid on whirls it stakes its ex-
istensce. The profcssionel msuen in the
Address-The Wolvecine, Pcess Build- Isuniniec colleges 01fisis and medicine
iiig, Mayniard St., Ann Arbor, Tiici i eprest sctso a large degree the 'tone
tfies Hours: Mbanaging Edilor--lO siall element in these tao professions.
2:30 Baily; Blusiness Manager 1:00 So it any of these people tees thtat
3:00 Daily. Phone t60 or 214. summeattifendance is not replete swith
Subscriptinsrules--By carrier, sec- the spice of lianest-to-Bud coltegism,
pnty-five cenits for the summier, let them feel that they aire addinsg to
mailed to any address fur one dol-'the uiviersity's cup o1 learning a
lar. tablespeonfllof real substaiice, to be
Advertising rates-:Furnished upon ai -imixed with the suindry ingredients fur-
plication ho the business mnagaer. nished during the reigns of the motley
Subscriptions anid ads laksen at Quar- 5,.000 of the regular term.
ry's, Cu-ishinsg's anid Sooth tUniver-
city Pharmiacy. St'31M B, 'SSIIJN IGUTREtS
SHO1(W G(,117 (IF 1111(OTER 19t13
Is N1. tureiett-Manaoging LEtitor ___
Phone-1283-M. Summer school statistics of last
11. (lamnes Milarlt-ltaxiless Jitotageriiighit showc an enrollmxent of 1,290. The
Phoue-1407-M. I litcepartmuenit has 5160; lass, 195; med-
AthlticsE~lior-Carls Kedric. 11rh;graduate, 147; and pharmni,
Isse Elilu:-'. 4. lahxoi. j 14. This enrollinent shosvs an inceass
Issz Edtor-,. . Jhy~snĀ° I 1 110 ovier the enrollmxent at this time
- TUESD)AY, JUNE 30, 1914. list yeai. About 350 are expected to
____________________________hase cnrolled todsiy, oxaking a total
'cenrollment 01 1,550, or ans increase of
foitiorlati tin ilf ii ltmreloeator a154overs'i1,409, which scas the total co-
at stll o t~n Isis i ti - iolliueit of last year.
s'clock Wiedneisdlayafternoon inTthI
Wolsertne office..-Mlltry-outs must bh.i Nexw Btokls tought For Library
olesetlt. . nhtisiclilot; - Assistant Libraix F. L. Boodrich
1, TESISSUMER SHOO PEOLE.has lately icceived a shipmenst of 03
Tue olvriie xiiibegse ts er olumes 01 the "Archives Biplomati-
I Sues vaslied at $000. It is a coilec-
~srilig existenice wcithi a cumpiimentdLon 01fi--pla lets dealiing with inter-
'lis caoplisment is ainsed at its per-isnlionail diplomatic relaitions. The 83
opirus~ raduigpublc. :volumes are the back nuimbers, aiid
The Tiolvesi griees as its readers include those published sip to 19(0.
s group of people whoi have invaded h ot eetnmeswl epr
Mlichi,aii's caisipis swithia serious piir-hi osiercniiiib iiheiir
cha'sed a't a liter later.
pose. Ann Arbor feels that it hiss ___- -
ihere a class of people schuss primary j ('XMI'S IxHIN IIIEF
purpos e is, stirangely enuigh, to ac-_____
quire kiowledge iii all of its forms. IFritine Ksadelbach she directress of
-Not long since depicted are some wvho' the Berman-American H-ome in Berlin
wecrcexxilling to hisvexknowsledlge thrust xiii be in Anin Arbor duiriiigJugy, and
sil oni them.sAid the thruistinig wsof0- will gicepni-ste insruction its ter-
Ie diffhcult.: man to teachers amid others wsho are
Thechcistry teachers anxd princi- interested.0Furttier iniformation canx
plsswhio bass conic to Annx Arbor to be obtaiiied at 5018ttill street.

TINKER & CO.
FURNISHERS and HATERS to University Men
342 Si. Stale St.
OUR SWEATING BRAU
C ioncerniing(1n1r'Cacption
It's a clever little caption,
An enticink, cool, contraption,
It atipeals to nie where'er I'm prone to
loaf;
TWhene'er I feel like shirkin',
It's the thing that sets me workin-
Is a root (not sweating) goblet filled
with Ho- -
*(See title of verse.)
'-,ihere Al'e Lots oi Him
The gang is gone. The trunks and bags
are oft
The last lone dog is hung, and I, alas,
Am strandedl with the summer session
crew.
I didn't pass.

SUMMER SCHOOL
TEXT
BO..OKS
And Students Sup-
plies Second-Hand
Books for all de-
partment's
W A HR'S
University Book Store

It isist heat or wcork that makes mue ___________________
fret

r

BOOKS

LAW AND MEDICAL
NEW AND SECOND=HiAND
Complete L ine
Text Bunks
Text Laboratory Books
Reference Bonks
Dictionaries
Compends, etc.
CASH OR EXCHiANGE5 FOR
YOUR OLD BlOKS
LARGIEST STOCK IN MIICHIGAN
C. Ee Bartliel
326 S. Stale St. Tel. 161-M
COLLLEGER ENt) SAtI.
Catopus LBootery.
048 S. Stats St. 1-2
Full Potud Freshs roasted pseatnuts,
tein cens. Beats &Co., tLtd., 21t4 S.
Main St. 1-3.

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Suni-mer School
ONew and Second-Hand
-all Departments
Fountain Pens, Note
Books and Supplies

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It isn't that I shun the outuner class
Ins sohhitng from that awful bumnp of
fate:
I didn't pass.
It's not because I hurntsh~e midtnight
oil,
It's not for erudition, hold or crass,
Not for my "Master's" do I wanly toil:
1 didn't pass.
-Harold R. Schardzksi.
If's a Hatngover lFronaSprinig
Clara: (Excitedly) See that fellow?
:ie's a regular tar!
Blell: Tar? Touxmean a sailor?
Clara: Oh, no. I call him that he-
case he gets so mitusy ands soft in
The summer studetit grunsbles at his
toil,
Andl swears at fate, and cusses, too, I
While he, poor boob, is burning mid-
night oil,
Some other guy is burning gasoline,
-W. A. P.
Lit Ftaculty IEncourages Sehool Reform
At a recent meeting of the faculty
of the literary department, a resolu-
tion wcas passed which encourages the
incorpsorating of the seventh and
eighth grades of the elementary
schools wcith the high school system,
masking a junsior and senior high school
of three classes each. The object of
such a readjustment is to offer high
school subjects earlier in the school
course and make school work more-
practical and attractive, thereby hold-
ing students in school at a time whet.
they are most liable to drop out.
This is a pioneer movement in ed-
ucational administration, and the Uni-
versity of Michigan is the first uni-
versity to take this action.
45W ITZE RS
HARDWARE
310 STATE STREET

DETROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIRE TABLE
Limsited aadEpress Care for Dsirit-7:uta
a. ox, atnd tourty to 6 : xa p. mo., als 8 ze
p. M
Lacal Cars for Dletroit-lo a. so., 6us6 a. mx,,
adeery two houre to 6:o6p. em., 7:o6 p.
M. 8:o6p. m., xo p. m., andxe:45 p. m.
To Ypsiantnlty:7:96 a.si., 8:20 .tm.,11:06
a. ox., :06tp.tm.,t1:5p~. ,a1:5nm, 1,:30l
p. M.,l1:00 . M.
Littited Cars for Jacksn-7:46 a. a. and
every tw'ohours to 7:46p. so.
Losat Cars for Jackson-suss e. am. 6:5xasm.,
and ievery two ohoursto 6S p. . alsoee9:uo
I P. Mt., 11:15p.m
TUTTLES
LUNCH ROOM
LVNCHES and SODAS
338 Souzth State Sta
COUSNt( HALL
Florists
Cor12th St and S UnIy Ate. Phone 11IS
Capital, $ua,ns.io Surpilts, $50,00.00
UndtindediProfits,$s,oo,o
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Safe Banking sod Courtrous Treatmonttof Our
Cusoms s oOar Watchw ord
3 per cent Interest is- oer Savings Department
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Caputal1.. . . .$300,s00.an
Srplus aod Pndicided Prost ... 8so,cooas
Srplsad Under Profits.....fits sunc
Rsources... . 3,oo,ao.oo
Transacts a GeneralOBakig BRoielsee
3 pe Csent interest paido 'avnogs iDepsits
YorBsaittess Soilsitrd
Chas. H. Hisocsk, Pres., Mihasl J. Eritz,Casht'r
W.D. Harrioxao,Viss-Prs., CarlP. Baun, At.
Cush'rWm, Walz, Asst. Cast'r S agstepp1
TEMPLE THEATRE
ON MAIN STREET
WED. J ULY lest The Other Hall oflths
Noe in 3 Parts
FRIDAY July 3, Her Ladyship
SAT. Jely 4, The Man of The Heer er
the Americas Seldier.
COMING NEXT WEEK
"GoodnesGracouse" er Movies as
they Shoeld he-

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The Wolverine
WILL RUN A
Want=Ad Column
If you have lost anything or
desire to sell something, try an
A D =LIEiT

WE PRILESS BY HAND
C. I. KIDD

Phone 1530 J

1112 S. Univ. Ave.

DRY AND STEAM CLEANING

BOARD $4.00
AT
Freeman's
803 E. WASHINGTON STREET
One block north from. Hill Auditorium
75 cts. per Day Dinner 35 cts.
We, boil our drncking wates and cool it

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