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The Wolverine, 1914-07-11

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THE WOLVERINE

ORPHEUM
SAT., July 11 -Lillian Walker-Wallie
Van in "Cutie's Wife" (Vit. Comedy)
MON-TUES. July 13-14 - Edmond
Breee,"The Master Mind"
"Complete Line"
OF
MEN'S FURNISH INGS
VARSITY T O G G E R Y S H OP
11 07 South University Ave.
HUSTOiN BROS.
The Finest Billiard Room in the State
CIGARS and CANDY
"We Try to Treat You Right"
(Tnivenoitr %Zchool of
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 IBowl
109 S. rain Street
rest Ice Cremr
Be made redy
H resh mdaAly
Prompt Service
PHONE 967

THE WOLVERINEj
The official student newspaper for OUR SWEATING BRAU TINKER &CO.
the University of Michigan summer FURNISHERS and HATTERSto University Men
session. Published by the students on By Harold R. Setiradzki' 342 S. State St.
Tuesday Thursday and Saturday af-
ternoons. Twenty-five issues. HEAT V. LAW.
Subscription rates-By carrier, sev-T (Sumer Session, 1914.)
enty-five cents for the summer; Thetdroning bees are skimming o'er UNITARIAN CHURCH
mailed to any address for one doh- tela
ma d dd The butter-cups are blooming in the State cor. Huron
Advertising rates-Furnished upon ap- dell; R. S. Loring, Minister.
dliertiingtoraeus-FurnsedmunapThe squirrel shakes his tail in yonder
plication to the business manager. tr -
subscriptions and ads taken at Quar- tree- Subject July 12th at 10:30 -
(And old Judge Bugle thunders: "That
ry', Cshig sandSouh.Univer-
situy Pharmacy. is well") THE SCIENTIFIC IDEA OF
Address, The Wolverine, Press Build- The little cues are rolling on hi LAW AN AID TO
isg, Mayiard St., Ann Arbor. sward; RELIGION
Office l:hours: Managing editor, 21:0
to :00r daily;business a The flis sit cooing underneath the To science Law does not mean a
1:00 to 3:00 daily. Phone 960 or trees cond given b man or Godbut
241. How lovely is the psychopathic ward- the way things act in themselves,
(And good Judge Lane says gently: and in relation to other things. A
Leo N.: Btrnett-Managing Editor "If you please?") universe whichcan be readin terms
Phone-1283-M. of law is not one opposed to the
F Gornee Millard-Business Manager. The brazen sun beats down with might faith of religion.
Phone-1407-M. and main

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Athletic Editor-Charles Kendrick.
SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1914.
BY ALL MEANS WALK ON THE
GRA tSS.
"Please" means "Please Walk on
the Grass."
'Whenever you are near the campus,
always go around that way, because
the grass there needs treading on. The
grass is much more pleasant to walk
on than the hot sidewalks. If you are
a visitor in Ann Arbor, and are not ac-
quainted with our customs, let us ad-
vise you to never, never, tread on the
walks because you will wear out the
cement. Besides they are reserved en-
tirely for the bicycles. If you stand
at the end of the diagonal walk some
day, watch them as they come whiz-
zing by. The city fines any pedestrian
$10, who uses the sidewalk between
7:00 a. is. and 10:00 p. to. At all oth-
or hours you are entitled to use them.

The festive fish sport gayly in the
pool;
The poultry crop hath fled on yester
train--
(Professor Rood says briskly: "State
tie role.")
pore Deviltries for the Fastidious
Summer Sehooler,
A. Sobbing.
1. About the heat.
2. About football prospects.
(a) Tommie's gone and done it.
(b) Too many bucks to Cambridge.
3. About everything.
B. Pitching pennies after dinner.
1. With Blakeney.
2. With pennies.
C. Attending lectures.
1. Getting the dope on "Fats."
(a) and "Oils."
2. Getting in dandy with your favor-
ite prof.
__o--
There's many a slip that's not on the
pillow.
MAITER OF FORM
" ' 'ii riur nit'.j'cot.

BOOKS
LAW -AND MEDICAL
NEW AND SECOND-HAND
Complete Line
Text Books
Text Laboratory Books
Reference Books
Dictionaries
Compends, etc.
CASH OR EXCH ANE FOR
YOUR OLD Fi)OKS
LARGEST STOCK IN MICHIGAN
C. E. Barthell
326 S. State St. Tel. 161-M
CANAD I A N
CRASHES
You know the material-
light, porous, elastic,
soft in texturedurable
in quality--the ideal
fabric for a Summer
suit.
We have them, together with
a large assortment of flannels
Full Dress Suits a Specialty
G. H WILD CO,
Leading Merchant Tailors

Also bicycle users are fined heavily clothing this summer."
for using the roads or the paths. "Well, I'm wearing anybody's my
Do not only walk on the grass your- laundry man brings me."
self, but invite all of your friends to --~
eome and join you. A little parade "Rev. Dr. Harms will Lecture on
the Alps "-Nice cool place for a plat-
under the trees is a most effectivef -m
means of wearing out the little blade-
lets, which do not wish to grow.
The university needs your coopera- M. QUESTION BOX.
M.tF. T.: Pronounce it Max Eeks,
tion. Michigan can never have "cam- accent on the Eeks.
pus beautiful" unless you aid her by J. R. T.: Just say that you don't see
avoiding the walks. how you could have done such a thing,
In winter, special arrangeiments are honest now.
often made, by which pedestrians may H. H. R.: Congrats on the collar,
use the walks at certain hours. Henery. Looks right smart.
IIUt, by all means, walk on the Law Prof.: Mr. Jones, did the de-
grass. fendant strike the plaintiff?

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Mr. Jones:.Yes sir, he struck himt
with a brooms.
Law Prof. You mean he struck him
with the handle affixed thereto. Now
did he strike him in the face?
Jonesy: No sir, he struck him in the
nose affixed thereto.
(Swiped from a near-by sheet).
Only 167 days till (Christntas,
BATHING BEACH BEING MADE
ON HTRON NEAR BOAT HOUSE
Will Be Equipped With Bath Houses
and Diving Pier; Shack Now
Being Used
To prevent persons from swimming
in other parts of the river, the Eastern
Michigan Edison Company is con-
structing a 100 foot bathing beach,
equipped with ball houses,tear fts
U. of M. boat honuse. A temiporary
shack is now being used as a dressing
room by the bathers.
The beach will extend half way
across the river, and will have a bot-
tom of sand and gravel. After the
bath house is built, it will be possible
for the bathers to obtain bathing suits,
towels and soap. The bath house will
have a number of small booths, to be
rented for five cents, and one large
dressing room where no fee will be
charged. An 'anchored diving pier
will be constructed in the center of
the river during the coming winter.
It is expected that the park commis-
sion will furnish life guards to look
after the safety of the bathers. Mrs.
P. G. Tessmer will have charge of the
bath houses, which will be completed
the latter part of August.
UNIVERSITY NOTICE
WANTRED-Four boys to arrange
seats for the Ben Greet performances,
also 12 ushers. Apply to Mr. W. Hol-
lands, university library, bindery de-
partment.
Pefect Sodas, Quality and Service.
Edsill's Rexall Drug Store, 122 South
Main St. tf
Clean soda water at Calkins. tf.
The home of Rexall Remedies. Ed-
sill's Rexall Drug Store, 122 South

SUMMER SCHOOL
TEXT
BOOKS,
And Students Sup-
plies Second-Hand
Books for all de-
partment's
WAHR'S
University Book Store
DETROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE
Lismited and Express Cars for Detroit-7 so
a m. atd hsrly to iota p. s., alsa .8:o
Local Cars for Detroit-s:40 a. m.,6:o6 a. no.,
and every two hours to 6:6p. s.,7:6p.
.i,, 8:o6 p. i, ):y :op.i m., and 0:45s i.
To Ypsilntionl.: m o aa.
p' ,1.. 100 ,io .
Limited Cars for Jackson--7:46 a. s. nd
every two hours to 7:46 p. m.
Local Cars for Jackson-s:12a., 6:5rS. i.,
and every two hours to 6:51 p. s., also :ao
p. i., 11 :15 p. m.
All Killds of Hat Work
Done Right
Factory Hat Store
118 E. Huron St. Near Allenel Hotel
COUSINS (Q HALL
Florists
Cor.12th St and S. Univ. Ave. Phone 115
capital,$1icss.ss Surplus, $50,000.00
Undivided Profits, $25,-1s-.s
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Safe Banking and Courteous Treatment of Osr
Customers is Our watciword
3 per cent interest In our Savings Department
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Captal .......... .. .. . . . co,
Onrplo. ad'ividedrofi'tis.... 5r,ossio
urplus and Under Profits ......$i2 .ooco
Resorces ...... ....... .1)000
Transacts'a GeneraeBanking Business
3 per Cent interest paid on Savings Deposits
Your usiness solcfted
chas. t.Hiscock, Pres.,MitiaeltJ. Eritz,Cash'I
w.D. Harritan,ice-Pres., Carl5N.' v rau. Asst.
Cash'r, wm,walz, Asst Cash'r Savings Dept.
TEMPLE THEATRE
ON MAIN STREET
SAT., July ti -"In the Moon's Ray."
Drama of heart interest, with Francis
X. Bushman
COMING SOON
Chaies Klein's "Gamblers," In Five
Pa As
PHIOTOGiRAPHEJR

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YOUR RAILROAD TICKETS, reading between Detroit and Buf-
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AN INTERESING PAMPHLET giving detailed description of
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Philip HI. McMillan, President. A. A. Schantz, Dice-Pres. and G'enl. Mgr.
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TH ECOAST UINE TO MAC K _AC
DETROIT, CLEVEL
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310 STATE STREET

i. Huron St. PHONE 96t 1-
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AT
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One block north from Hill Auditorium
75 cts. per Day Dinner 35 cts.
We boil our drinking water and cool it

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