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July 11, 1914 - Image 4

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The Wolverine, 1914-07-11

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T H E W OLV E R IN E

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Cut this out and
bing tomy shop
IT IS GOODfor$1 in Trade
White Serge Trousers and
Summer Suitings awaityou
J. K. MALCOLM
604 E. Liberty St.
NEW U. of M. BOAT LIVERY
CANOES
Candies Cigars
Cakes Soft Drinks
Soda Fountain and Pavillion
Orchestra Sunday Afternoons
and Evenings
P. Q. TESSMER, Prop

LARGE NUMBER OF RACQUET
WIELDERS PURCHASE TICKETS
3foch Interest Manifested in Coming
Tournament; Post Blanks
at Gate
The register at the Ferry field gate,
showed last night that a total of 80
summer session students had already,
purchased tickets entitling them to
the use of the Ferry field tennis
courts.
The first tournament will be purely
singles, and a specially designed silver
cup engraved as emblematic of the
tennis championship of the University
of Michigan summer session, will be
awarded the winner while fobs will
be given to the runners-up. To defray
the expenses of prizes, and other ne-
cessities, it has been decided to chargd
an entrance fee of 50 cents per capita.
Entrance blanks will be placed at the
Ferry field gate the first ofnext week,
antd the fees may be paid at the win-

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Vacation Time
Is Here
We have a full line of suit cases
and bags
Our stock of summer Underwear
and shirts never was better.
Ask to see the new sport shirt for
Outing wear
We also sell the Everwear socks
guaranteed for six months. Ex-.
changed at this store.

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PROF. GLASER SPEAKS FOR
BETTERMENT OF HUMAN RACE
Explains Theories of Inheritance BasE
ed on Mendel's Law; Says
Heredity is New
Science
"Every man is potentially a father,
and every man should work for the
betterment of the race," said Prof. O.
C. Glaser in his lecture on "The New
Heredity." He pointed especially to
the principle of heredity which in-
fluences the offspring of parents, ei-
ther for good or bad, and thereby af-
fects the human race.
Professor Glaser expounded the the-
ories of inheritance which are based
on Mendel's law, and, with the aid of
numerous slides, showed the experi-
ments which Mendel performed with
peas and animals, which formed the
basis of his law of inheritance. He
also gave illustrations of inheritable
traits which dominate certain lines of
individuals or have recessive qualities,
such as albinism, spotted skin and
hair, colorblindness, and other traits.
Professor Glaser said that the
knowledge of heredity was practically
new, having been brought to the pub-
lic notice only 14 years ago, although
the same principles were discovered by
Mendel years before this time.
MANY TURN OUT FOR WORK
IN SUMMER CHORAL UNION
From the number present at the
rehearsal of the summer choral union
last Tuesday, school of music author-
ities believe that the summer organi-
zation will be even larger than ex,
pected. Rehearsals are held at 7:00
o'clock every Tuesday night at the
school of music, and anyone inter-
ested in choral works is urged to
be present. No membership fee will
he charged, and music will be distri-
buted free The management is anx-
ious to have all who intend tosenter,
to be present Tuesday, m so that the
chorus can be definitely made up.
During the last week of summer
session, a miscellaneous concert will
be held in Hill auditorium, featuring
popular soloists. The chorus in under
the direction of Mr. Earl Moore, pipe
organ instructor in the school of mu-
sic.
Weymann Mandolutes, Martin Gui-
tars, and Musical Instruments of
every description for sale at reason-
able prices at Schaeberle & Son's H-
sic House, 110 S. Main St. tf
Calkins Pharmacy for drugs. tf.
FOR RENT-One suite of rooms, near
Campus, $1.21 per week. 200 N
State St. 5-7
WANTED-A hustling second or third
year student to solicit for a good
rooming house for the coming year
in payment for his room rent. Ap-
ply at once. 1144 E. Catherine. 5-7
FOUND-Good Board at Campus Cafe.
$.50 per week. Lady Boarders de-
sired. Miss MacDonald, 911 N. Uni-
versity. 4-9
WANTED-Young man of good ad-
dress to solicit Engraving and Print-
ing orders on commission. Student
prefered. 1004 Forest Ave. Phone
1242. '7

MRS. M. M. ROOT

Press Building

Maynard St.

Victor Victridlas
and Records
For Surmer Cottages
Special Prices on Rent-
ed Pianos and Sheet
Music.
TT LE 'AttractiveMid-
MILLINERY
LUNfCH ROOM AT
LYNCHESandSODAS DA N A R I C H A R D S 0 N'S
338 South State St.1 ils E. Liberty

Kodaks and supplies at Calkins. tf.
For results have your films develop-
ed at Hoppe's, 619 East Liberty St. tf
July Clean-up Sale. Oxfords &
Suits. Campus Bootery. tf

Buy your kodak films and supplies
at Sugden Drug Co., 302 S. State. tf
Suits pressed by hand 410 S. State,
tf
Ladies Suits cleansed, 450 S. State, If

ANN

Summer Students Notice Suits cleaned and pressed by hand.
We give special attention to ama- 410 S. State. tf
teur finishing. Daines & Nickels, 336
S. State St., over Cushing's Dug Rent a camera at Hoppe's. 10c a
Store. tf day. tf
The White Swan Laundry
Corner Detroit and Catherine Sts. and 4th Ave., Ann Arbor
USES SOFT WATER

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THE ANN ARBOR
Pool
FRED 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

R easons in every bundle of Laundry work sent from the White
Swan Laundry, why you should
CALL PHONE 165
for our wagon. GDODS NOT ROTTED BY CBEMICALS-White,
not yellow nor blue-button holes intact; buttons ditto. Special atten-
tion given to ladies clothes. OUR PRICES IRE LOWEST.

The Pool is Fed With Cool Spring Water fl

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WANTED-A stenographer and book-
725 South Fifth Ave. Phone 996-2 rIngs keeper. Apply 600 E. Liberty St.
SAVE THIS COUPON--7
Good for ONE looker gt the Swlmming pool Good FOR RENT-A large, pleasant room in
for Summer School Students Only a new house after Sept. 15th. Sleep- Phone 1530 J
ing porch if desired. 442 Geddes
Heights. Telephone 2330-M. 7

WHITE 1 SWAN LAUNDRY
PRESS BY HAND
C. I. KIDD
1112 S. Univ. Ave.
DRY AND STEAM CLEANING

75, SUBSCRIBE NOW FOR 75.
THE WOLVERINE
75c Offee Press Buding My rdStreet.75

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