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The Wolverine, 1914-07-07

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T HE W OLVE R IN E

ORPHEUM
MON-TUES., July 6-7 - Upton Sin-
clair's "The Jungle," with Cen. Nash
WEO-THUR., July 8-9-Frank McIntyre
in 'The Lamb's Gambol"
FRIDAY, July 10 - "Mareea, the Half-
Breed," featuring Anna Schaefer (Vit.
Drama)
SAT., July 1 1 - Lillian Walknr-Wailie
t Van in "Cutings Wife" (Vit. Coedy)
MON-TUES. July 13-14 - Edmond
Breee, 'Thn Master Mind"
"Complete Line"
OF
ME~N'S FURNIS HI NGDS
VARSITY TOGGERY SHOP
1 107 South University Ave.
HUSTON BROS.
TIhe f'inest Billiard Room to the State
CIGARS and CANDY
"We Try to Treat You Right"
unnevrolty? S0hool of
Maynard Street Ann Arber
Annual Summer Session
June 29 to August 21
Instruction in all Branches
of Music
For full Information, Call
fat the Office.
CHARLES A. SINK Secretary

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THE VVOL VE R IN E IWe begins in this issue to publisha
list of stunmmer students, by depart-
The official student newspaper for naents. and in alphahtical order. The
the tUniversty of Mtchigan summerI laws, iwks have been hsere longest, swill
session. Published by the students on begin the list. We rely entirely upon
Tuesday Thursday and Saturday of- the records oftishe othiers of thse secre-
terasoons. Twenty-fivs issues, tories of the various deportmensts, anod
Subsripionrats-B~ carie, sv-cistakes there u-ill be repeated ill our
Subsripisastots-Bycarierer-dirsectory.
enty-five cents tot the summer;. t-lease exerc'ise'pastience ansd broatd-
mailed to any address for one dot- omindedness, for these arc noble qual-
tar, ities. SAnd thank God if sote noose asp-
Advrtising totes-Furnished upon ap- bests corr('ctly.
plication 'to the business managet.
Subscripios and ads token at Quar-
ry's, Cushing's and South tUiv'er-j fl'AT
sity Pharmocy. - jOUR SWEAI NG BRtj lIAD
Leo N. Bulrnett,-XaLnaginlg Editor
Phone-1283-M. B11Halsdl . clt1'dzki,
F. Gurnlee .lillrd-Bttsiness Manager.
Phone-1407-Mt. I I' If Y01 iWe e H -
.Athletic Editor-Chtarles Kenldrick. lf YOU were ieee, thew saving lreers
Andl coolsomne freshness of the hren'
Issue Editor-Walter W. Watson Would make Ibhis desert, torpid, drear',

IA Isrodise--if

fYOt l sere here.

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TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1914.
THE CAMPtUS TOtLER.
In Michigan's complex social fabric,
there is onae student who stands out
above the others. tie is the canmpus
toilet.
'The toilers are the students who ire
paylig all or a part of their way
through the university. There are a
great many of them, anad especiolly in,
the sunimer is the number large in
proportion to the amount of work.
Experience laos shown that the cans--
pus toilet is generally the campus stia-
dent. 'The university, above all things,
needs serious-msinded students. It
lacks thena sadly. By looking out for
the toiler class, it is also looking out

If you were here, the dullest closs
(And ssudryflutes ithatslowly lpass)
Would fleeting go. I voiw ny dear,
A11 wsouldlgou-eli,-if YOU' si-ei'ele'.
If YOUt' iere here, I woialdaa't thinak
Of step'ping in to falke adrlik.
Out gosh, how cooling is a heer
'T'hese suam'r days-----wean YOU're aiot
here.
Bill: Anad did you spieand a sonr
Fourth?
Will: Sure, I wenat to the library anud
got out nay Monday's assiganmeaats, anad
then resad thea'Decloaatioan o1 Indiepend-
ece till bed-tune. Whaot dlid yiouado?
Bill: 'helseaame ass you diii, y oiluan-
aitigated liar.
Bystander: You biotha lie. they were-
a't open.

TINKER & COO
1FURNISHERS and HATTERS tn University Met
342 S. State St.
Dot you knaows, dion't youi,wheri-liii
To go"
Lt, noi: 'Vlaut is sorari asatait'0 iy
ini :Siiiuier Sessiiina
Aniswe-sr: A giioil'way iii laep a kegv
t'adir the caiptioni : ''nAi irbaoir's
Siummeri't tractioaas" is liii'dear,idear
nseiws of '1tETl IDGI0t'S W''tEK." Andi
it's FlREE, Yet somei of the iippie'
classes preter Neswprt, Atlantic tity',
ori Eraopit. tCan you actcoiiit for taistie?
Clipped froma a :Detroit paper:
'WANTED: Board aaidrosin for'Iwo
young mciiwstll a private family.'
Niothinsg lki'ei'aommunaaity pllaeh ?
Only 111lay-c till UChristas.
lR ilt f"HI AN r1 LF("l'UIIlE ON
AN ('11 ENI' lBIBLE MA Ni'S('I l'TS
Tfells of Difficulties Eneountteredl Wliliz,
Doinlg IResearcmhWorkill
D~r:.E. S. B~uchanian, of Oxford, Fuag-
land, citeid the maay difficialties witha
ishich a stiadent of Biblilinuist-
scritatshusato cenid, inaila ecltu re
isn "'Tha Biblical Manuscrlipts of IEus-
rope" last 'Thuarsuday night. Di'.tBach-
anaon baa personaily stuidi a nmainy of
the' fanmous Europealn libraries, swhich
conaina colliections of old anuiiaiscrilpis,
and laossciantamay years tranaslating
lan the libraries and maiseians ot Easy-
lond, Paris and 'Verona.
Speakiang of the ditficaltie's sichikhe
had ecounaitered ina iis work, ifa'.
Buchaaian soil, "Ditffiuties arise ini
readligandtrtainsilating limaucripts
becaiuse they on' aituolly writtenan aa
aiss Inmanayraises these iiase beeia
used for other mnauscripa's previous toi
the sue in swhicha u-' aie inal ritca,
anal becaiase' of thais anadthula' age, it
is hasradto deiphert shicha isoralor lit-
ti'r ws thie last one written."

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SUMMER SCHOOL
BOOKS
And Students Sup-
plies Second-Hand
Books for all de-
partmentns

Sugar Bowl

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University Book Store
DETROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE
tirited and Eapress Care hoerIDotroir ta
a. tn. alan auly so Osta p. 1n., also 8:70
P. i.
Lclars frtoit-5:4o s a. ma,d6oa, in.,
and euveiaaiitawo i o -ur s .6:oa p i., : o6 la p.IIt
i., 8io6 a. ai., tatp.:. and i0l,p. . ~
Topii- .,l aiiiao l G .y. 10
Liamited Caasaorlacsuasa toO a. a' ad
everyltousto 17:46 p.mi.
LaoicaCanfrJaasao-.iu:12a.i, 6:5 a. Tn.
and eaerytloaoua~res oaa:51y. m., als o :au
p. Ml., t t: r5 P. tn.
All Kind's of Hat Work
Done Right
Factory Hat Store
118 E. Hucronl St. Noat Alenol Hotl
COUSINS t HALL
tin 1211 St. anl S. Ui.lAve. Phone 11IS

Best Ice Crev .n
Honme made canidy
fresh diy
Prompt Service
PHONE 967
I BOO KSj

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LAW AND MEDICAL
NEW ANI) SECOND-HAND
Complete Line
Text Books
Text Laboratory Books
Reference Books
Dictionlaries
Compends, etc.
CASH 01R EXCHIANGEISFOR
YOUR OLD BOO0KS
LARGEST STOCK IN MICHIGOAN
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326 S. State St. Tel. r61-Mh
ICANADIAN

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for the student class. OUTU ir IStIhTl1EleIIMI'lIIE S
Mtt. Johansing: Mit. Boni's, Ala scabs
The Y. M. U. A. employmnut hureau, hat dhese summoh sessiona boys is goaina
so tar this summer, has s0p1lusd 300 to have a tennis tournmentua. 'ass you
permanent jobs and an many odd jobs, tell nae why o siummaer'tennois player
The Uniona, too, laos furnished self sump- is like one of dese here haighi societiy
poatimgkwirn, to a large nmber, dur- ( youths whiot's sous-us -hot slay an kale'?
'ng its first summaer existence, Br. Bones: Beimgan s holiest man,
taislaa .t ohnmsing, Ala.. uust coufsus daat
But there are still a feiv students Ala..connot ansswer your qiety. 'aVii
wcho maust have ivork. They will do yu ial ufru hi seahei
almost anything which is remuerative.wy a k nl teuor alshplayesseun-ag
T he prtofessor iwho laos lsans to be ties a high sociely youtha of limitedl
moived, or other work to he douae, ameans?
shooul calilmpon the canspus toiletr tMe. Johuasing: Ahistill elucidate.'
through one of the tivohmreaums. Both of dese gemamen au'e forced to
Thereby Michigan will gain stremagth. miss thu bailswhean she come too blams
The social fabric siill have a firmser ed high. Dart hiatt utrouaciaagflue
woost. hUivetsity authorities in thseir naew war
-. cry, "Oumr caluphus wvould he ia holy city
ABOU OU DIECTRY. if hU. Hlliwere built of cheese." Thue
ABOT Dll IRETOR. inoor strains, 'rofessor. -.I'.1. If.
If you are an Adams or ass, Archiald--
you wi ikhe the Wolverine directory. I isrite her every' day asnd slat
l But if you are usfortunate emougha to Rleplies.
he a Snmith or a White, it is probbe 1It tickles--fills mae fuall of glee.
thsat you sill look aipon it with less Anth lies?
tavor., I write lae (hot her boy is pure

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You know the material-
light, porous, elastic,
soft in texture,durable
in duality-the ideal
fabric for a Summer
suit.
We have them, together with
a large assortmment of flannels
Full Drema Suits a Specialty
G,6.H, WILD CO.
Leading Merchant 'Tailors

A LAKE TRIP FOR REST AND RECREATION
Use D. & C. Line Steamers for Business and Pleaoure Tripe
THE refrenhing lake breezes, the freedom ci the deckn and the
1 luxurious comfort of the popular D. & C. Line steames ate waih.
log tar you. Whether you go north to heutiful MarkiacIslandl,
the turnoutsosnmmer reacrt at the North country, or chase the "Water
Way" on your trip troe- the et or weet, you will appreciate the many
comtrte an our palatial steamere.
Daily service hetween Detroit and Cleveland, and Detroit and Buffalo,
Face tripe weekly frmom Toledo aod Detroit to Mackinoc Island and way
porte. Delightfol day tripe hetween Detroit and Cleveland during July
and August. Popolar week-end excursione every Soturday hetween
Detroit and Buffalo, and Detroit and Ch,.aeland. Special Steamer Cleve-
lad to Maskinac Island direct, two tripe wrekly, June 25th to Sept, 10th,
making no etops enroute except at Detroit every trip. Doily servica he'
tween Toledo and Pot-In-Bay, June l0ch to September 10th,
YOUR RAILROAD TICKETS, reading between Detroit and Dot'
talo or Detract and Cleveland, are avatlable toe traneportton an D. & C.
steamern eather darectcon.
AN INTERESTING PAMPHLET civing detaihed deecription at
vartous tripn smwilhe macled you an receipt at two cents to pay posage.
AddressL.G.LeawisGnt.Passngr Aet, Detroirt rtc.
DETROIT & CLEVELAND NAVIGATION COMPANY
PhilipBH MM ~ll anPresadena.A.A.Ssh astia cearPro. anad GCal.Mgr.
Steamere arriveancd dapart from foot of lisd treat, DatritMidiu.
THE COAST LINE TONI AC K IiCt
DETROIT, CLEVjLkAND'
=- ALIELLS
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Thai following changes isa the suns- THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS RANK'
user school lecture progroa hove beien ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Safak ing and5 a ust tcaus 'reaau,,itlal Oma
'omade for Tuesday of next ireek. Deans Ctomlaaers a il u ac wldo ant
U. U. Vaughan. ill lecture on "The a3per cent Interet in our Savings Department
Service of Medicinae to Civilizationa,'
'Tucsday aof800 o'clock, isa the west THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
physcs lctu e ro m. T is ectu e wil c pita .. ........... .. . ,aau a0. 0
Suhyplus lectureiThiodecteofetwillo~cotloo
begvnista ufte yPon.a. urlus andiiltalir Plit l'l .. ala S2,c
he ivn asaeo o fle us by Prf.f' supurei .a ,lt,l.. .....l' ..at - -- n'5 .o
WV. lifuands ona "The Developluuent' Of Transaets a General Bannaing tBusiness
Gleneral Auathusia," hooked for the u Ycoc~ urrraiesssalaica.aitrds'
samuue date in the. west ampuhitheater, Chas . Iiscotkare., MicaltJ. Pitrlasia
W5.55.iialrrtani , ' c aae.,tCarlN . 1Brlaun, Asst.
inedcu ail hbuildinsg. Cash'r, Wi, aili,.Asit Cash's- Savitngseimpt.
P-efect Sodas, Quality aud Service.
Insl'sRx layugStore, 12 TEMPLE
NfainSa t. Stih M LETHEATRE
- - -ON MAIN STREET
Cleansa oda iwater at Calkins. tf. WED.,Jute B --"Goodness Gracious,"
_____________________________ I Broadweay Star teatureo(Vit. Comedy)
FRI. July 10th-"The Warrior Maid"
~S W ITZ E R1~S 10th Story at AdventurcetofKetbyn.
a. SAT. July 1 t -"in the Boone's Ray."
Drama at. heart interet, with Francisin
X. Bushman
HARDWARE COMING SOON
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310 STATE STREET Perle
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DRY AND STEAM CLEANING

BOARD $44OO
AT
Freeman's
803 E. WASHINGTON STREET
(Oe block naritahtfsom Hill Auditoriumss
75 cts. per Day Dinner 35 cts.
We hail oar drinking waler and coal it

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