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June 30, 1914 - Image 4

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The Wolverine, 1914-06-30

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T HE W OLV ER IN E

2 ,lI TIi I'S ARE PLACED)
Cut this out and B PONMN
bitin ¬Ęto i yish op ilircu Hafs IBeen Busy Since Close of
Itegular Session; Secure Jobs
IT IS GOOD for $011 in Trade Ino Many: States
White Serge Trousers and
Summer Suitings awaityou Since the close of the regular ses-
sion of the University the appoint-
i .MA C L ment committee has secored teschiog
604 E. Liberty St. positions for the following students.
Ester Rice, assistant principal, Jack-
son; Clare Moeller, Mt. Pleasant, math-
- ematics; Margaret Kress, M~anistee,
session room; Louise Hollson, Jack-
son, German and history; Mary Pink-
Restraia n't haim Jackson, history; Helen Tousley,
_____________________ Ontonagon, English; Rica Hickox,
Gihsonhurg, Ohio. Latin; Iva Adams,
Regular Board, $3.50 $4. Bry an, Ohsio; Gertrude Wicks, Rol-
Meal Tickets, $5.50 land, miathematics;LeRoy Pratt, Flint,
Single meals, 30-44c. science, Evangeline Lewis, Howard
City, priiicipal and English; Maude
A Clean and Cool Place Satterlee, Wyandotte, mathematics;
{ + Lucile Scheid, St. Charles, Latin, Ger-
to Eat I main and history; Christine Foster,
Montpelier, Ind.; Florence Murphy,
Cateringlto hanquets & parties a specilty 5Kalamazoio Normal School, English;
Open all Summer Phone 164 Ora Peake, Hattie Creek, mathematics;
Lawerence Stroing, McKeesport, Pa.;
709 N. Vealveraity Ave. I Ethel Miniiard, Ypsilanti, English;
Mrs. E. W. Brennan, Prop. Paul Hollenhacher, St. Olaf College,
_________________________ Northield, Hinn.; Fraiik Dupras, Har-
ago, principal; Jessie Cameron, Hay
_________________________City; Frank Tompkins, Detroit Cen-
o ' I FT tral, E+nglish; Aiina Hlock, Juanita
NE .o OT LVR College, Iluntington, Ky.; Alta Lich,
Hope College, Holland, English; Grace
CANOES Hallantine, Ann Arbor; Ethel Kenyon,
Candies Cigars Frances Schimer School, Mout Car-
rol, ff1.; Eloise Waring, Grand Rapids
Cakes Soft Drinks Central; Mary Hishop, Marshall, Rng-
Soda Fountain and Pavillion lish; Alida Alexander, Illinois Wotm-
Oirchestra Sunday Aternoons an's college, Jacksonville, Ill.; Arthur
and Evenings Schaefer, Ishpeining, science; J. N.
P. G. TES SMER, Prop. Keiinedy, Mason, supt.; Alvins Roggy,
_________________________ Geneva, Ind., principal; Alhert Wol-
___________________cott, Riverside, Ill., science; Edna
Schilling, Michigan City, Ind.; Ger-
mian; Win. Crawford, Bay City, Phys-
First Class len and mathematics; Willis Goode-
nose, Hell City, Alahama, superinteind-
cut; :Laura Hrowii, Traverse City, his-
tory; Ernest Drake, Geneses Wesley-
an College, Linia, N. V.; James Cutler,
$4.00 Per Week Gostonia, Cal., scieince; Walter 'All-
1 212 S. University Ave. mendinger, Hartford, principal; Ania-
1 block from Engineering Bldg. ryllis Citey, Mi. Pleasant niormal, crit-
ic teacher.
T. H NKIN , Prp. Kodakcs and supplies at Calkins. tf.

Trwo NOTED SPEAKERIS Aitt
LISTED) FOE SUNWk YAV Il ii
Oliver W. Stewvart cud J. Frank
Hanly will speak onn"The Abolition nit
the Liquor Traffic,' Sunday eveining,
July f, at tine First Presbyter ian
church.
Manly is es-governor of Iidiana., aind
Stewart is a prominent Ilinoiis legis-
lator. They travel uindier thei'auspices
of tine Flying Squiadron 01 America,
No admnission will be charged.
1911 BALL TE[I;AAL E p r
(Cointinueid fronipane ft
on the job and hy his ceiver tf(eldiing
prevented mnany errors for li amsn-
msates. 1-ughift, Blaker aind MciQuieii
could easily make baseball a profes-
sion oin tine strengthn of their wnoric
this year. Tine peppery little third
basenian did particularly good scorE,
making only fonir errors for the entirve
season and bat tiiig a .226 clip.
The teamn san iwhioti' cresedithe
plate for a total tally of 178 talleys as.
compared weithi 66 for their opiyonents.
The score book shows a.tintali of nine
shutouts credited to tine WXolverines,
live of wvhich nie c'onserutive. TIhi
batting averages fur tine season n-
compiled by F. .0. Churchn, followv:
C AG It I Ann'.
Sisler., p, If ....26 X7 201 34 .351
Shneehy, in.... 28left ft 36 .::3
Baker, as ..28 t9t 25 it .313
Quaintance, p . .1X2f25 1 7 .2801
Howard, lb .-.911221. 21 .277
McQiieen, lb ..29 1it 152<2) .273t
Hughitt, 3bl...22 79t1.1 21 .26f
Heiston, rf ... 22 67 14 t7 .254
Davidson, p .... 8 li 1 2 .222
Haribeau, p .... ti 24 5 18 .2085
Labadie, if .i.9 6412 19 .203~
Hippler, c ... 15 46 4 i9.196
HBaem, c . fit..16 43 2 6X13
WXaltc, 3b... 8 29 2 4 .139
Grahnanm, if .... 4 8 1. 1 .122
Fergusomi, 1p.13 291 3 2.1(04
Mattsoii.e ....5 9 1 0.001
Shivel, lb ...1 1_ 0 0 .000
Team average .ini 952 14"727 .26
,;4tMM"VEIIFCUTT INCLUD'lES
erMY 1110WOTitEt ('OIMiItltit

Uu~iit1 mrnsk i4auor
MRS. M. M. ROOT
Press Building Maynard St.
C 1316 Prices on Rent-
I lanos and Sheet
p Aqarters for Col-

1111

KALAKE TRIP FOR REST AND RECREATION2
9!Use D. & C. Line Steamers fur Business and Pieasure Tripe
HE refreshing lake breezes, the freedoms of the desks and ste
luxuriosscemfort of the popular D. & C. Line steamers are wait-
leg for you. Whether yeu go nerts to beautiful Maskinac island,
tine famoas summeeesort of ihe Noeth ceustry, er cheese the "Water
Way" oe yourstsip teem the east oe west, yes will appreciate thme many
comforsts on our palatial steemers.
Dacly service betweee Detrait end Cleveland, end Detreit and Buffalo.
Poir sips weekly fiam Tsledoanad Deteoit te Mechinac Islend and way
pars. Delightfsl day trips between Detroit and Clevelend dueing July
and Asgust. Pepelae week-end excuesiens every Satueday hetween
Detesit end Huff ala, end Detreit and Cleveland. Speeial Steamer Clrve-
Iced is Mackinae Island direct, two trips weekly, Jue 25th te Sept. 10th,
tween Toleda and Pet-Is-Bay, Jane 10th Se September 10th.
YOUR RAILROAD TICKETS, reading hetween Detroit and 1Bsf-
fale er Detroir aed Cloveland, are available for transportatien en D. & C.
sreamrs ciherdirction.
AN INTERESTING PAMPHLET giving detailed descriptien ef
varions trips will be mailed yea en receipt of two cents Sc pay postage.
Addtrecs L. 0. Lca-s, CGiii Possneor Agent, Derroit, Mich.
DETROIT & CLEVELAND NAVIGATION COMPANY
Philip ii. Me11iinc, Presidenr. A, A. Schan,iclie-Prea. arid Genl. Mgr.
Seamesrito anr cclilprt frnmlist eof1uTdhird Srt,lDetroit, 11ith.
TH ECOAST LI NE TON A KIN~C
-~I DETROIT, CLEVLAN 4
--Cs L.NIG R F :L,'

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Attractive Mid-Summer
MILLINERY
AT
DANA RICHARDSON'S
115 E. Libety
GODBOARD
GOD$4.00 per week $3.50 Two weeks
in advance
firs. E. A Himiburt
806 University Avenue

Classes its Shorthand, Typeweriitig,
Btookakeeping juit starting at 711 N.
Ciiive'rsity Anve. 3-4
Assembly toniorrowv night at Gran-
gerns. 9 to 12. 50 cents per couple. 3
COLLECT END SALE.
Camnpus Hootery.
3118 S. State St. 1-2
1 cont typewcriters for the ounmmer at
Scinool of Shorthand, 711 N. Univer-
sity Ave. 3-4

I
1 ;

fy amid Prof. AXlomnzo H. Tut- I "-
bin State tUniversitt;inte _:-dprm t by Isrutr T n
Hose, of Vaniderbilt Uie-
awill tech anatomand sinCtlitf-PNA
Askin of ItndiainapolisnwhsoTINACE.I ,
ch practical emmbalmiimg. Dir.
B. W~hite, Ascistanit ProfessoriManin theMUniverssteno
wviii art as Deanm sf Womni
Cahein Wnsowoff CimenUNIVRTY AVE PHARMACY tIhe A rcadia
astructor inn Phaysicaltraiinu) GOU4LD~ING &#1 WIKEL Open for Summer School Students
e.1219 Se. Unvernaty Avenue Board $3.75-$4.25 per week
soda water nit Calkaians. f DrugsI'oilet Articles, Cigars, MEAL TICKETS $5.75
Ci_____garetfes and Candy No. 612 East Liberty Street
ers' testimomnialsimently aind
rcopie'd at 711, N. Cninerntt
zy peanuts in car loads nad ,
ly. Only ten cenits for a fuli ajJ
Dean & Co. 1-3. .
our kodak finnsmiad suplnie
m Drug Co., 302 S. Stnate. ci; I %
sity stationmery, 48 letter hennd', e vea full line of suit cases
envelopes, it cents. 711 N
ty Ave. 34

THnE ANN ARBOR
I ~FRED C. WEINBERA, Proprietor
OPENEVR DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
9:00 A. M. to 9.00 P. M.
For Ladies and Gentlemen
Tuesday and Friday Forenoons for Ladies Only
The Pool is Fed With Cool Spring Water
725 South Fifth Ave. Phone 996-2 rings
SAVE THIS COUPON
Good for ONI~iooker 0"t the 5wIn-tminif pooi good
for Summzer School Stu.dents Only

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WANTED-Lady pianist for part tinue
next year for Ness Movngc Picture
Theatre. Call umornimigs at 711 N.
Umniversity Ave. - 3-4
- __________________-I
WANTED-Voumig man as janitor next
year. 711 N. Uniersity Ace. 2 4
WVANTED-Lady to sell tickeneecxt
year at newv Moving Picture Tinentre.
Call at 71t N. University Ave. 3-41
Lost-Gold boss glasses imi browi
case. Mnarkedl A. G. Hedford, Iotini.,
Mlieh. Renward.
XWANTED-Work by stindemit for af-
ternoons atid Wednesdays mmmd Sat-
urdays dunring sumumer schoolh. gull
Bl1unt at 1153-M.3

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.,,
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Or stock of summer. Underwear
anshitsnever was better.
As tose the new sport shirt for
cblinn ear

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e ls sell the Everwear socks
guanranteed for six months. Ex-
chaged at this store.
ANN (f A0uertk ARO

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