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The Wolverine, 1914-07-02

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T H E W O L V E R IN E

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ORPHEUM
WED-July,1 -"The Detective's Sister"
THUR-July, 2. J. Warren Kerrigan in
"SAMPSON"
FRI. July 3. .th nollie of the Dailies
Series On The Heights" Featuring
Mary Fuller.
SAT. July 4. Special 4th of July Pro-
grame, Francis Marrian in The
Swamp Fox'.Extral Pathe Daily News
ShoEw.n the Salem FireK
MON-TUES. July S.-Cale Kane In "The
Jungle"

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THE WOLVERINE'
The official - student newspaper for
the University of Michigan summer
session. Published by the students on
Tuesday Thursday and Saturday af-
ternoons. Twenty-five issues.
Subscription rates-By carrier, sev-
enty-five cents for the summer;
mailed to any address for one dol-
lar.
Advertising rates-Furnished upon ap-
plication to the business manager.
Subscriptions and ads taken at Quar-
ry's, Cushing's and South Univer-
sity Pharmacy.
Leo N. Burnett-Jianaging Editor
Phone-1283-M.
F. Gurnee Millard--Business Manager.
Phone-1407-M.
Athletic Editor-Charles Kendrick.
Issue Editor--Stockbridge Hilton.
THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1914.

"Complete Line"
OF
MEN'S FURNINI;H INOGDS
VARSITY TOGGERY SHOP
1 107 South University Ave.
HUSTON BROS.
The Pineat Billiard Room In the State
CIGARS and CANDY
"We Try to Treat You Right"
7Inrivitt ccbool. of
fflustc
Maynard Street Ann Arbor
Annual Summer Session
June 29 to August 21
Instruction in all Branches
of Music
For full Information, Call
at the Office.
CHARLES A. SINK Secretary
Sugar Bowl
109 S. 1lain Street
Best Ice Cremern
Home madecandy
fresh _d.ily
Prompt Service
PHONE 967
BOOKS;
LAW AND MEDICAL
NEW AND SECOND-HAND
Complete Linec
Text Books
Text Laboratory Books
Reference Books
Dictionaries
Compends, etc.
CASH OR EXCHANGE FOR
YOUR OLD BOOKS

THE CAMPUS CITIZEN.
As a pleasing, common, but apt anal-
ogy, consider the university and the
city. Each has its government, its
buildings and its citizens. The student
at the University of Michigan is a cit-
izen of the University of Michigan.
In the city, the citizen has two par-
allel duties and responsibilities: Pri-
marily he has his personal welfare to
look after, his money to earn and lawn
to mow; but the citizen has another
duty as important as the first. As a
member of a commonwealth, it is his
function to be interested in affairs of
the commonwealth.
In the university the student's pri-
mary duty is to study and complete
satisfactorily the work assigned in
his course. But the university has its
civic interests, and it is these which
are permitted to suffer a criminal form
of neglect by the average student. Ev-
ery man in the university, whether
here for the summer or here for four
years is a member of the university
commonwealth.
The summer school student has no

link with "Summer."
But Michigan's summer session of-
fers a series of lectures as one of its
central attractions. There are lec-
tures on Mexico, Music, Sleep, Archi-
tecture and, we believe, a lecture on
Lectures. Every, possible subject
which falls in the category of human
interests is included in this series.
"Fats and Oils" may come one day and
"Apollo and the Oracle of Delphi," the
next. And here and there are pleasing
recitals and woodland plays to add a
whit of flavor.
In the summer program the stu-
dent has an opportunity to acquire
knowledge of a wide range. The pro-
fessor has boiled down and congealed
his whole course, giving the essence
when his turns comes on the summer
schedule. None are too technical for
the average mind to grasp. An hour
a day is not so much when you can
have the whole sixty minutes of it
steeped with entertaining learning.
You may want to know about the
modern Spanish novel some time. You
may even have to know. Here is a
good chance to get the information.
Acquire the knowledge hunger, for
there are ample means to prevent
your starvation.
Link "Summer" with "Lecture," for
they dovetail admirably.
* OF INTEREST TO WOMEN
Newberry hall, the home for univer-
sity women, has attracted a large
number of summer session women this
week. The reading and rest rooms
are open from 8:00 to 5:00 o'clock
daily for all women in the university.
Miss Ellen Moore, general secretary
will be in her office the remainder of
this week to give women advice re-
garding rooms or employment.
The plan to serve Cafeteria lunches,
as has been done during the regular
university session, has been given up
for the summer and will be resumed
at the opening of the regular session
in October.

TINKER & CO.
FURNISHERS and HATTERS to University Men
342 S. State St
1UNITARIAN CHURCH
State cor. Huron
R. S. Loring, Minister.
r~
Subject July 5th at 10:30
The Church aild
Social Reform
Howecan She church do itsbest our.
if the material conditions oi life aic
so bad that men and women are too
tired, too poorly fed, too much
wored to havet ime and strength to
cultivate the ideal sidle of life? The
age demands justice sore than
charity.

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not already full. Swimming suits wiii
be rented for the snuer at 30 cents.
Classes are being organized this
week and will begin active work next
Monday.
Dr. Elsie Seelye Pratt, university
physician for women, will be at the
health service from 8:00 to 11:00
o'clock every day except Sunday, un-
til July 14. Arrangements for the
remainder-of the summer will be an-
nounced later. Dr. Pratt will speak
on "The College Woman in er Re-
lation to Health Problems" nt Mon-
day, July 13, preceding her departure.
Miss Marian White, acting dean of
women, will have office hours in Bar-
bour gymnasium from 9:30 to 10:30
o'clock every morning, and will meet
girls by appointment.
UNIVERSITY WOMEN WILL BE
ENTERITAINElD Al GYM lFRIDAY
For the first gathering of the sum-
mer session, university women will be
entertained by the women's league at.
Barbour gymnasium at 4:00 o'clock
Friday afternoon. The affair will b
featured as a Fourth of July party,
with appropriate decorations and
stunts. Refreshments will probably
be served and a short program has
been arranged.

SUMMER SCHOOL
TEXT
BOOKS
And Students Sup-
plies Second-Hand
Books for all de-
partment-s

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University Book Store
DETROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE
Limvited and Express Cars for Detroit-71m
,M. and hourly to 6:1op. m., also 8:io
Local Cars for Detroit-5:4o a. m., 6:o6 a. mx,
an ever rtwo hoursto 6:o6p. m., 7:06p.
o., 8:o6p. in., 9:1op.m., and 1e:45 p. m.
ToY i anti o nionxy 1): a. ,., 8:20 a m.,11:06
Limited Cars for Jackson--7:46a. m. and
every two hours to 7:46 p. m.
Local Cars for Jackson-5:12 a. m., 6:51 a. m.
and every two hours to 6:51 p. me, also -a
p. m., 11 :15 P. Im
All Kinds of Hat Work
Done Right
Factory Hat Store
118 E. Huron St. Near Allenel Hotel
COUSINS ~HALL
Florists
Coi. 12tb St. and SI UlltAves Phone 1 15

opportunity to vote for mayor nor sub- *
scribe to funds for foundlings, but he Dean Myra B. Jordan is spending
does have a chance to take an active her summer at "The Snows" her sum-
part. in affairs at the Union which is mer home in the northern peninsula
making a special effort to reach the * *
summer student; if he is athletic, he Miss Catherine Winslow, instructor
may try out for his department base- of physical training for women during
ball team which competes for the cam- the summer, is a graduate of the Chi-
pus championship, or he may play cago School of Physical Expression,,
in the tennis tournament; all of the having completed her work there last
summer lectures are broadening and year. Courses are offered in swim-
need the support of the summer stu- uing, basketball, tennis, folk dancing
dent; women may attend affairs of the and play ground work, which is de-
women's league or may visit the Y. W. signed especially to fill the needs of
C. A. teachers in secondary schools.
There are a hundred chances to be The courses are open not only to
a campus citizen. university women but also to nurses
at either of the hospitals, faculty wom-
FATS, OILS, AND APOLLO. en, wives of faculty members, and
"Lecture" is a word which the nor-: some others who are admitted by spe-
rual human mind does not generally cial arrangement if the classes are

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LARGEST STOCK IN MICHIGAN
C. E. Barthel
326 S. State St. Tel. 261-M
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CANADIAN
CRASHES
You know the material-
tight, ,porous, elastic,
soft in texture,durable
in quality-the ideal
fabric for a Summer
suit.
We have them, together with
a large assortment of fannels
Full Dress Suits a Specialty
Ag Ht WILDCO,
Leading Mercasbuom'tailors

A LAKE TRIP FOR REST AND RECREATION
Use D. & C. Line Steamers for Business and Pleasure Trips
THE refreshing lake breezes, the freedom of the decks and the
luxurious comfort of the popular D. & C. Line steamers are wait.
ing for you. Whether you go north to beautiful Mackinac Island,
the famous summer resort of the North country, or choose the "Water
Way" on your trip from the east or west, you will appreciate the many
comforts on our palatial steamers.
Daily service between Detroit and Cleveland, and Detroit and Buffalo.
Four trips weekly from Toledo and Detroit to Mackinac Island and way
ports. Delightful day trips between Detroit and Cleveland during July
and August. Popular week-end excursions every Saturday between
Detroit and Buffalo, and Detroit and Cleveland. Special Steamer Cleve-
land to Mackinac Island direct, two trips weekly, June 25th to Sept. 10th,
making no stops enroute except at Detroit every trip. Daily service be-
tween Toledo and Put-In-Bay, June 10th to September 10th.
YOUR RAILROAD TICKETS, reading between Detroit and Buf-
falo or Detroit and Cleveland, are available for transportation on D. & C.
steamers either direction.
AN INTERESTING PAMPHLET giving detailed description of
various irips will he mailed you on receipt of Iwo coals to pay postage.
Address L. G. Lewis, Gent. Passenger Agent, Detroit, Mich.
DETROIT & CLEVELAND NAVIGATION COMPANY
Philip H. McMillan, President. A. A. Schantz, Lice-Pres. and Genl. Mgr.
Steamers arrive and depart from foot of Third Street, etroit, Mich.
THE COAST MINE TO MAC K A
DETROIT, CL\VEV? D
BUFFALO, NIAGAR FA
- T 1ACE.-

Members of the women's league will Capital,mm:xoo - oosrxxpits, ".,o os
be admitted free, and those who have THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS ANK
not already joined may sign xip for ANN ARBOR MICH.
membership at the party. Itue momixs af iani rxxx.dt nox x x tuext me mofO
bershilt cards for the entire stissit>letris wOur xatchwor
term are being sold fotr 2 xit7 tui 3 per cent Interest in our Savings Department
an admission of ten cents x il be
charged to non-inemibers. tTHE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Ca -- to ut5 x lxrttxiti... .. '....... .... s sooa 0
- -u-- -us andUndivided Pro x tsi .. s to,oo r
surplus and CUnder Profits.. ......15-5oooco
Techers' testimon ais mrseatly .a Id Rescrces . cooos .5
troumlly essied tint 71 i N UnrsituTransacts a 'eneral iankang Business
lAce. eity 3 rpr Cent inre s t id on s Deposits
Ave. 'Your.i- in-., s inessa S.-ite7d til~oi'
Chas. I? . is ok, Pres., Mi mhaelJ. iritz,Caswr
- w.p. Harrimnau,Tice-P'res., Carl F. Braun, Asst.
Cash'' rw, ialz, Asst. Cash'r savingsrDept.
tefet Sodas, t Iality aS servic-_e
Edsill's Rexall Drug Stu , 122 _ _ __Ith_ _
Main St. tl
St. TEMPLE THEATRE
Classes in Sit-indltx, iytewritig ON MAIN STREET
Bookkeeping just startit at1 N
University Ave. 34 WED.JULY 1st The Other Half of the
Note in 3 Parts
FRIDAY duly 3, Her Ladyship
R S SAT. July 4, The Man of The Hour or
I the American Soldier.
HARDWARE COMINC NEXT WEEK
" "CoodsnesCracious" orM oviesas
310 STATE STREET # they shuldhe
W E P R ESS B Y H A N D
C. I. KIDD

Phone 1530 J

1112 S. Univ. Ave.

DRY AND STEAM CLEANING

BOARD $4.00
AT
Freeman9s
803 E. WASHINGTON STREET
One black north from Hill Auditorium
75 cts. per Day Dinner 35 cts.
We boil our drinking wate¬Ę and cool it

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