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July 09, 1914 - Image 4

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The Wolverine, 1914-07-09

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TEE WOLVERINE

UNIOIN TO WEL(COME SUMMER I(II1101 5'tAIENCE TAKES

Cut this out and
being to mysliop
ITlIS GOOD tor $1 in Trade
White Serge Trousers and
Summer Suitings awaityou
J. K. MALCOLM
604 E. Liberty St.
Brennia t .6
Restausrant
Regular Board, $3.50 $4.
Meal Tickets, $5.50
Single meals, 30-40c.
A Clean and Col Place
to Eat
Cattring to banquets & parties a speciatty
open all Summer Phone t64
709 N. Vsiversity Ave.
Mrs. -E-W. Brennan, Prop.
NEW U. ot M, BOAT LIVERY
CANOES
Candies Cigars
Cakes Soft Drinks
Soda Fountain and Pavillion
Orchestra Sunday Afternoons
and Evenings
P. G. TESSMER, Prop.
Chubb House
209 South Stat. Street
Under the Original Managemsent
Summer Board $4.00
"TASTES LIKE HOME "
C.S.GChubb Prep.
J. Q. Neeland Steward

lIEN AT S31OKER SATURDAY
Sunmmer schoot men wtll be guests
at the Micligan Union at the smoker
to be hetd on the Union lawn at 7:30
o'clock Saturday ntght. If theta first
affair is well attended, the Union man-
agement plana ta give other aummer
school functions.
BIEN COEET COMPANY :PLAXNS
FIE PLAYS FORl JULY 23-.25
Woodlantd Platyers to Gdvte Extra Per-
formtance, t l, Drinug AutnsArbor
ViSit

DIP1 INTO LORD, OF FATS
(Continued front page 1.)
ifying them by a irocess o1 distillation
which farms a fatty acid. This sub-
statnce is mixed. with sodium htydrox-
ide, tand the ftnal prodtcrt is snap.
Speakting at ties relative nmerits at
soapts, Professor Conte said that tite
ordinasry cheap whbite soap was nmore
likely to be peure than the scooted or
colored soaps. A whlite soap has to
be pure because at its nature, there
being nothing to cover tup its itmper-,
feeliotta and iinplurities. The tratns-
Incent soaps htave uo esptecial maerit'
othete h lacnbeinteransaerent. Theey
are neo purer aced are usually msade of

Press Building Maynard St.
Victor Victrolas'
and Records
3For Summ er Cettages
aSpecial Prices on Rent-.
i ed Pianos and Sheet
Music.Y

Accordiceg to a telegrame recently glycericee, castor oil, acnd soneetimees
receieed front Mr. Bets Greet by Prof. glucose.
I. Strauss, of the Englishe departmcent, - - -
thec BenttlecetfNWoodland players will DRII. FLOIE '0 RElPENT TALK
give ive Iterformantces leere inestead of O I {HEISLIFE 'VtitI'
fattr, as foretely placened. The plays -
twill be givene se the cameptus, betweeee Summteer schotol sttudents twill leave
'lappatn hall and the library. tchelortaceity of seeing a coceplete
"Masqcues aced Faces" by Charles and eareftutty arraccged collectioce of
teed aced Totte'T'aylor will begin the slides, illeestratineg the' homne aced
series, Thursaeycighet, July2. '1ccheseauneetso r. Meartine Lutheer at a:0e0
Beet Greet cometpatey offers theis Iclesy as o'clock iee Neswberry hllc.
a distinct departuere frome tee usual 'Ibis leeture was given reecetly oce-
Night" will be' preseceted Friday ai- der vtce analicto of the' St. P'aul young
ternon, ad "AMidsmmerN~ig tpeople's society, teed is repeated by
Dreamo" in the evenineg. The tea Sat- speecial reqesct. The slides sill ine-
urday performnees will he "As You terpret the maine poinets of the lectuere
Like It" and "The Temepest," after- -which silt deacl especieatly 'aitheLee-
noone aced ight respeectively. ther's preparatioce far the traneslatione
_____ _____-- ' of thce Bible. 'T'he lecttere will be gi-
'I-WO ('OIAN(ES IMt LECTURtE en by Dr. Florer, swle is at present en-
P510(;IAM TOIt COMING WEEK geegedl ice sritineg cchookt of Luetheer's
Tracnslatioce o1 the Bible, abide will
Le~cture plans for next week icclude appear duericeg thes year iceocee of the
thee following cheanges, according to Johnes Bopkites l'niversity jourteals.
annoauneemeeent at the stemmer school
office this enorneine. FOR RSENT'--thneesuite of roomes, eear
Prof. W. B. Worrell, of Bartford, Canmptes, $1.25 pee' seek. 200 N.
Caon.sell deliver a snecial illustrated State St. 5-7

i

TUTTLE'S
ILUNCH ROOM
LVNCHES ansd SODAS
338 Sou~th Stlm e St.
LIFE OF 'LUTHER
Illustrated Lecture
BY
Dr. W. W. FLORER
Auspices at
St. Paul's Society
Ne" berry Hall, Thurs. Eve.
8 P.M.
ADMISSION - - 1tc

Attractive Mid-Summer
MILLINERY
AT
DANA RICHARDSON'S
115 E. Liberty
First Class
BOARD
$4.00 Per Week
1212 5. University Ave.
1 block( from Engineering Bldg.
T. HANKINS, Prop.

lecteere ace "A Trip 'Through Egypt,"
at 8:10 o'lock Mlonday nighet in te
physics lecture roome. Professor Wor-
rell is afainter membher of the Michet-
gate faculty, and teas spent 56 teestel'
ice Egypt.
Thce lecture by tDean V. C. Vaueghane,
vceduled for Tuesday enight, has beene
tpostpoceed, aced in its plcse, Be'. U. J.
Wile, of the mcedical faculty, will talk
one "Ace Bistorical Survey of Syphilis"
at b8:001 o'clcklsice the moedicael actepei-
theeater.

I

THE ANN ARBOR
Swimming
FRLED C. WEINBERG, Proprietor
OPEN EVERY 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 Filth Ave. Phone 996-2 rings
SAVE THIS COUPON
Goodtfor ONE looker a.t the Swlmtmlesg pool good
for Susr nmer school Stisdeests Onily

WAN'lEtI A husctlineg secnd or tird
year stuettoI solicit for a good
roomeineg eouse for thes connineg year
ice payet for his roome recet. Ap-
ply at oetce. 1144 E. Catheerine. 5-7
FcOUND---thoodi lBoaed eat tCmpus Cafe.
$3.50 lear week. Toady Boearders dc-
aired, Miss M~acteonaldl, tiltN. lUni-
versity. 4-9
COFFEE I<,A('1I.
Coffec aced jucmbo peanuts roasted
freshe daily. Salt retail st wvholesale
prices, also 'fTeacend Cocoa, 211 East
Liberty. 1-6.
Weyceatet .Manedoluetes, Martine But-
tars, seed Masical lcestrueeets of
every description far sale at reasoen-
ablc pricee ast Seceaeberle & Sac's iMt-
sic Hanse, 1550 S. Masin St. tf
Calkins P'hearmeacy for drags. If.
Buey tonerlkodak filmcssteed supplies
at Sugdenc Drug lCV, 202 5. State. t
Suits presse'dibtyteatd 410 S. State.
51
Ladies Suits cleaneed, 410 5. State. tff
'T'eehoeseeeft Iexall Reedcies. Ed-
sill's Itexall tDreue Stoere, 022 Soueth
Matn te.Iti'
Rteent acc eamer'ae st Hoppele's. toe a
day', to
jPefect Sodas, (tuality aned Sereice.
l+"drill's Itexall Drug Stoere, 522 Southe
Matte St. tf
Stuits cleaeectaned peessoetdbyleaced.
410 5,S.Sate. If

The White&Swan Laundry
Corner Detroit and Catherine Sts. and 4th Ave-, Ann Arbor
USES SOFT WATER
Reasons' to every bundle of Laundry work sent from the White
Swan Laondry, why you should
CALL PHONE 1 65
for our wagfon. (GZODS NOT ROTTED BY C13EISIIALS-Wbile,
test yellow nor' blue-button holes intact, buttons ditto, Special atten-
tion given to ladies clothes. OUR PRICES IHE LOWEST.
THE WHITEI SWAN LAUNDRY
WEgPRES iS B Y H A N D
C. I. KIDD

Phose 1530e«J

1112 S. Univ. Ave,

.

DRY AND STEAM CLEANING

cleeae soda water at Calkins. tfp

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75c SUBSCRIBESN-9 FOR 75c
THlE WOLVERINE
Ar, e h xm- 5 c Office Pres 8d ing Maynamm r D ret. 75c

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