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July 09, 1914 - Image 2

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The Wolverine, 1914-07-09

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THlE W OLV ER IN E

T H E WV 0 L V E R I N E school of music, an intitution outid
O R P1IE U1 h ica tdn esae s the university This ins tiutois has
The ffiial tudnt ewspperfordenobsly. As tr as interest is con-
the University of Michign summer crened, te annal May Festival is al-
WEO-THUR., July 8-9--Frank Mlntyre session. Published hy the students n met as important an event iii Mih-
n "The Lamb's Gambol" Tuesday Thursday and Saturday af- gels as a session of its legislaure.
FRIDAY, July 10 -"Mareea, the Half- ternoons. Twenty-five issues. The university and the school of mu-
Bread," featuring Anna Schaefer (Vit. schv el rdal rwn s
DramatSuhscription rates-By carrier, so- gether, as of course they should. Next
SAT., July I11 Lillian walkr-Waie enty-ive cents for the sunmmer; year will mark one of the most in-
van in "Cule's Wife" IVi. Comdy mailed to any address for one dl- prtait O-US uy1-4-dod. a aut step crs in fe tet e coalition. Th
MOr-ee Te stly13-4Mi Emund"rfaculty cicrsaet efeand
Brene, TbnMastr Mnd"Adertising rates-Furnished upon ap- are to e given in lill auditoriumn,
________________________- - plication to the usiness manager. and in additimn to this series, the twi-
Co pl t ILine tShcitiisad d ae a ur ight recitals will he continued. As
~on'1 iete Line ry's, ushng's and South ~nver- another step, the school of nmusic girls
OF iy Pharmacy. are to e given the privileges of lar-
MEN'S FURNI SH INGOS Address, The \Vrolverine, Press Build- har gym. nMyar tAnAro.s
Office Hours: Managing editor, 2:10 The cooperatins should cotinue.
1 107 South University Ave. to 300 daily; usiness manager,BuiiedsMcga sed ihgn
1:0 to30 daily. Plhone 960 or needs inre o1 it and inre adeqa te
HUSTON BROS. 2414 means of upplyin it. Why nt gle
IlaPss ardRast h tt Leo N. furcett-Mlactagict Editor a student a degree for havi" expres
CTe iGeaRSlad CA nDY.he etee1shneate3M.ed Ihis heart in music, it you give Buss a'
F.Grne l11lard--Busiless Maager. degree and a Phi BetaKappa key e-
"We Try to Treat You Right" Phone-1407-M. sides for havig expressed a wery !
Athletic Editor Charles Ktetdrik part of ile raii in mshcssatical
formulss.
ry~y \[ hens Michigan can afford ani-s
i eeit C1)~ooI f THURiSDAY, JULY , 114. fiddle, it can bgus to thinkc aout re-
(U~ t~c iling 01) for se of tec'miiniir arts ii
Maynard Stret Ann Arbor Il liih World Symphony.
Annual Summer Session 'flesuetwsewoesm-fe
Jane 9 IaAugut 21UNIVERSITY NOTIE
Instruction in all Branches the Paderewski concert last winer,
of Music said told the folks how he enjoyed the Wanted-Four oys to arrange seats
For full Informeation, Call iiaster of the piano, proahly went to for the Ben Greet perfornances, also
at the Office. a dance that iight or studied foc two ushers. Apply to Mr. W. lol-
CHARLES A, SINK Sertary sulads university lirary, idery dpt.
liie ook, slid saw io more than a
l__________________ ikeness of Paderewski ois a State-
street placard. SAY ('IILIMIEN 511111LDE
1/^ 1 But thils does lit meain that noon TTRE NARHTETR
S ug r B w l has io place. Eivens before the achbar- prof. E Larch BelieseoAppreciationl
e'sskl for a morning's diversioi, Blildig Art
Best lee CreatT he hasd learned to thrum 015 a heatheni
Home ersmade +BcanCdy instrumient ofisee kiid, and had felt "'hdeimutbisettoar-
ciate sarchitectre before Amerisa as
fresh d aiIy sneimotioiial respoise ini the aesthet- a nation rcan epict to take a place'
Promxit Service ic corner of liii cannibal heart. ansng the contries of teo world is
PHONE 967 Music is mre inportant than foot-; matters of beautiful designing," said
ball. Music is mose important than Proesor hE. Lorch Wedesday after-
football is Anni Arbor. This does not noonsii his lecture ois "The Apprecia-
leantha a cowdwoul mis aton of Aebitectue," ii the west e-
isea thst acree evold 0500~thre rooims ot the pysial laboratory.
PeSn'sy gamse to hear a twilight organ 'That natter of dsisisg was gives
B ~,, ('3 j'( recial, but that nusic is the more un- he gresest ariomst of attetin hby
- gesprtaisi eeeneit is the social system, roessor Lor. Slide shwin va-
LAWFF AND MEDICAL frois thin standpoint of the average rious uildins serer throwns upon the
__________________________ majority, aid frois the standpoiit of screen.
"Many thiik it extrenely foolish for
NEW AND SECOND-HAND the cultured totality, a people to expend vast sums ois beau-
Yet Michiganu gives a certificate in tiful hbuidigs such as those fouid in
Complete Lineembalmnsg a i o degree in msic, in Paris," said P'ioesor Lor, "ut we
spite of the fact that there are niee mst censider that evei froim a matter
Text Rooks livepol hole eod ta f dollars to the people of Paris their
{ netet'Text Laboratory Books If yn epewown ob buildings are a greast isetmn.
Reterence Banks therce aie dse u-peeh att i The speaker showved ow large sums
Dctionaries issesssefid of neoney were left in that city each
*ee** * year by thin crowd of tourists attracted
Competcds, etc The musical situation at Michigans there by its beautiful buldigs aid
CASH 01R EXCHiANGIE FOR h1a hibeii liiroly ini the haids of the eors of art,
YOUR OLDtiB01O0S
LARGEtSi STOCKt IN MICHIG~AN IJI
i A LAK E TRIP FOR REST AND RECREATION
C. r" a th lV Use D. & C. Lien Steamers for Business and Pleasure Trips
fl-s ,'nfh11 THE reteshing lake breezes, the reedm at the decks ad the
luxumriauscmfrataoh de ppular D. & C. Lie steamers ae wait-
36S. Sae St. Tel. 1'61-M tg tr you. Whether yea go north to beautiful Mackinac Ilulad,
te famusaesummer resort at the North conty, ar choose the "Water
Way" on yer tip team the yout r west, you will appreciate the many
___________________________________- camtrts n aue palatial steamers.
I Daily servie beweea Detroit ad Cleveland, and Detroit and tBuffalo.
, Faue tips weekly from Toledo ad Detroit to Maciac Island andwa
pots Ieh-Igotu___ tip __wJnt trot.ceLiveas .Orig_.i

TINKER & CO5.
FURNISHERS and HATTERS to University Men
3428S. Stale SI.
jOUR SWEATING BRAU
Bly larold Rl. Seliradoki.
BIAiI!
'"P'm goisegisorth," I hear from one;
' "It's freecing here," aisother writes.
"The beech is keen, you'd better
come,"
fOr "Say, they 're all dotted op these
nsighits."
"'The fishinig's fine" aisothser says;
And yet again: "The lake is cool,"
And yet, by George, I spend my days
Atteniding teis* suisener school.
Afaderu's sole imay enter Michigan.
(Last Wolverhine.) Take your pick,
Maddhy, old top,;see elect chaos presi-
sints ini the fall.

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F~AIT BE IT FROM US to kisock thid
Directoery feature, but the poor goop
in the hpharneic'department evhose
inaiee begines with Zi has a fine chsance.
QIUESTION 1BOX:
J. J. iB. (il: Either tic-tat-tee or
bulttsn-hutton, as ieee of 'em play heap
frog. (2) hfiti eats hay, it's a horse.
M. L. B.'fell her you met her at
Bai iHarbor two sunmmers ago. They
tall for that stuff.
L. B. Tell bin to sewe a shirt ons it,
then hlel see that the collar is too
high. 121 Thec Bock is all gone, we
hegar.
Query: Why is it easier to get out
fifteen hours wtork in summer session
thsan teis during the year-or do yea
GAL THRIEE
know' someidocithe sumerse'sessioinno-
eds loou?
"Why do ycou call your wits Urys-
'That's because she is alwcays ons the
si-stsh."- l1,x.
Sl~umer Sports Iti acd About Callitcch:
A. Glimnsg the score boards at Hus-
ton's.
1. Listining to "Docn" hanediing it
ever the conster.
13. Imitating ducks.
I. At Weineeg's.
2. Barhour gym (unauthenticated).
U. Staniding en the State Savings Bank
corner' from 71 till 11.
tD. leieading the weekly letter frcone

SUMMER SCHOOL
TEXT
BOOKS
And Students Sup-
plies Second-Hand
Books for all de-
pariment-s
WAHR'S
IUniversity Book Store
DETROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLZ
Limited and Expresn Cart oe Detroit-p.1
a. i. sod hourly o 6Osa p. in, alto tuca
p. M
Loal Cars tor Dtrit-,5:40 a. in., 6:06 a. in,
ad evertoo usn to h:s6 p. mn, 7:6 p.
m., 8:ck p. m~.,9:1o p. i., and 10:15 p. m,.
TOY Ypoatitl ssystutas-u., 8:20 am.,11:06
a. inSoe. se6 . 11:p. m~ 1tul5p, i1,:30s
p s., 1:0eea. s.
Limited Cars for Jasocn-7:46 a. as. ad
eer twouscto 7:46y.
Local Cars fr Jasson-5:12 a. m, 6:51 a. a.,
and every two hoursat 65r p.in., alec :c
p in.11:15p. i.
All Kinds of Hat Work
Done Right
Factory Hat Store
118 E. Huron St. Ner Alnel Htel
COUSINS (Q HALL
Floritas
Cr12th lSt. nd S ntl Ae Phone t15
Capial, $100,000,. c Surpt.lus cooo
tUndividedtProfis, $25,000,0
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
ANN ARBOR, MICH
Safe BankigcandCoroscTretmetosu
Cusomesirs is Oer Wat5hword
3 per cent Interat In our Savings Department
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK(
Capital.............[.....$30,00.0
SurepucssodUdivided Pcfii_ ,ooos.o
Srplus and Cder Profits, '$12.cs0.00
Resources .......... .... 3000,00,00
Transets'a Geeral Banking Buines
3 perCetinterespid oSavings Deposis
Youis oines soicited
Chas. ;. Hsiccck, Pecs., Michaoeu J Ei,cs'r
W.D. Hn ccacVce-Pres.; Cart F,0BraunAss.
russo. ,Wi, Wal, Ass Cs'cSvings Dept.
TEMPLE THEATRE
ON MAIN STREET
FRI, July 10th-"The Warrior Maid"
10th Story of Adenturs of Kathln
SAT,, July cc1-"In the Mon's Ray,"
rma of heart Interest, with Francis
X Bushman
COMING SOON
Charles Klein's "Gamblers" In Flvea

PHOTOGRAPHER
319tE, HuroneSt. PHIONE 9i-M
Ghe Arcadia,
Open tor Summer School Students
Board $3.75S=$4.25 per week
MEAL TICKETS $5.75
No. 612 .East Liberty Street

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musae.
I.fOr Katherine.
2. Ori Albertas.
N. Thinskinsg. -
-1. About Sausty lass,
umnbser, Sophie..

ice-bergs,I

CANADIAN
CRASHES I

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You know the material-
light, porous, elastic,
soft in texture,durable
in quality-the ideal
fabric for a Summer
'suit.
We have them, together with
a large assortment of flanneIs
Full Dress Suits a Specially
G, H, WILD CO,
Leading Merchant 'railora

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and August. Popular week-end excursions every Saturday between
Detroit and Buffalo, and Detroit and CL~eeland, 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 But'-
fa or Detroit and Cleveland, are available foe transportation on 0. & C.
steamers either direction.
AN INTERESTING PAMPHLET giving detailed description of
various trips will he mciled you on receipt of two cents to pay postage.
AddressLA G. Leon, eOn5 Piasenger Agent, Detroit, Michk
DETROIT & CLEVELAND NAVIGATION COMPANY
Philip 14 McMillan, Pesident.A, A. Schainta, Vine-Fees, cod Cent, Mgr:
Steamers rcetsnil dpaet fbin foot of Third IStret, Derit, Miih.
-'DETRTITDOPVI-IUNf f

Jo--"Don't you tink Elsie he 'like tin
excellenst mirror?"
Bo- "What do yeou rmean?5"
Flhs-"She's scit a good leokinig
Iasss." lix,
Ocly 1611 Days Till Christmuas.
Kodaks said supplies at Calkins. tf.
For results bave yeur filmis develop-
ed at fleoppe's, 610 East Liberty St. ft
July Uleans-up Sale. Oxferde &
Suits. C'amnpus Bootery. tf
Sauitier Studenits Notie
Wte give special attenstions to aisa-
teur finishicg. Uainses & Nickels, 1036
S.. -State Si., over Cuchinig's Dreg
Store. tf
SWITZERS
HARD WARE
310 STATE STREET

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