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The Wolverine, 1914-06-23

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T H E W O L V E R INE

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ORPHEUM
MON- TUES. JUNE, 22 - 3 Malcolm
Williams in THEBRUTE"
Wed. June, 24-" A PACK OF CARDS "
Thur. June, 25-Chas. Klein's "DAUGH-
TERS OF MEN"
Fri. June, 26-ladden Jamnes In "THE
VANITY CASE". iVitagraph Dram~a)
Sat.June 27-Maurice Costello in 'THE
ACID TEST" (Vitagraph Drama)
Mon.-Tues.June 29-30 Arnold Daily
in "THE PORT OF MISSING MEN"
"Complete Line"
OF
MEN'S FURNI ' H INGS
VARSITY TOGGERY SHOP
1 107 South University Ave.
HUSTON BROS.
The Finest tLilliard Room in the State
CIGARS and CANDY
"We Try to Treat You Right"
utvait'A. C0001 of
M.119tc
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 Bowl
109 S. ain Street
Best Ice Cream
Home made carsdy
fresh dsklly
Prompt Service
PHONE 967
BOOKS
LAW AND MEDICAL
NEW AND SECOND=HAND
Complete Line
Text Books
Text Laboratory Books
Reference Books

T H E W O L V ER I N El book was issued would be exceedingly
improper. Provision was made by
The official student newspaper for which students could exchange the
the University of Michigan summer coupon for a seat at the athletic office.
session. Published by the students on This yea,' no such provision was made.
Tuesday Thursday and Saturday af- Instead, the association, waiting until
ternoons. Twenty-five issues. class work had dissolved, and no ac-
tion could come from the student
Address-The Wolverine, Press Build- body, boldly announced that students
ing, Maynard St., Ann Arbor, Mich. must pay extra to see the game.
Office Hours: Managing Editor-1:00 Next year, if the athletic associa-
2:30 Daily; Business Manager 1:00 tion deems it best to charge extra for
3:0(0 Daily. P'hne 960 or 2t4. the Commencement week game, it
Subscription rates-By carrier, sev- should make its contract on the coup-
enty-five cents for the summer; on book cover read in this tashios:
mailed to any address for one dol- "ood tsr all athletic contests during
tar, the collegiate year (except one of the,
Advertising rates-Furnished upon ap- Comnencement week "ames)."There
would then be no breach of contract.
plication to the business manager.
Subscriptions and ads taken at Quar- The association undoubtedly has
ry's, Cushing's and South Univer- good reasons for wanting to provide
city pbarmacy.more bleacher space for visiting alum-
___' ______a__ ni; but it has no reasons whatsoever
Leo N. Burnett-)ianaging Editor for breaking a written promise.
Phone-1283-M.
F. Gurnee Hillard-Business Manager.
Phone-1407-M.
Athletic Editor-Charles Kendrick
It yGeorgeC . Caron

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TINIKER & CO.
FURNISHERS and HATTERS to University Mer
342 S. State St.
UNIVERSITY AVE PHARMACY
GOULDING & WIKEL
1219 So. Unversity Avenue
Drugs, Toilet Articles, Cigars,
Cigarettes and Candy
My last tear have I qeeled for you,
Michigan!
And though when gone, I long for you,
My heart will eer beat strong for you;
Cone hear my farewell song for you,
Michigan!
Dogs and classes are alike in one
respect-both have their days.

The senior's batting decently high
at that who has an average of three
gifts out of fifteen invitations.

TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1914
MICHItAN MEN OF TBH WORLD. Oh! See him gaily tread the earth,
Though years are many since h
In one of the big eastern schools re- birth;
turning alumni have a pleasing cus- ie feels he has his money's worth,
tom. During the days of the reunion Does dad.
each alumnus, regardless of his sta-
tion in life, dons the blouse and cap Two steps behind him, smile on fac
of a laborer. Dolled up in lavender and lace,
At Michigan alumni do not feel the
absence of a levelling device of this C snmes ya.,
kind. There is a greeting, a hand
clasp, and a little emotional strain With open ear and startled gaze,
called Michigan spirit. The chap whoU
hasfluke insoe o Lfe' mst m-Uneasy, awkward, gawping ways',
has flunked in souse of Life'snamot im Surrounded yet by high school days,
portant blue books, and the maon of Ther, brother.
brilliant achievements have not need-
ed blouses and caps to cause them to In fancy gingham, ankles free,
give utterance to "The Yellow and With tusk of unewho's "going to be
Blue" in a fairly respectable unison. Whbss brimeing o'er with pride, wI
You see little groups of them on the ale
street. Reverence them as you pass. s the "gurl."
University hall may be sadly out of
date, but for the alumnus it causes a h
flow of sentiment. The campus is the Ahmolish t e ter o fecrd'
"gren"whee h plyedbal. Dn'tA mob fresh from the old farin yar
"green" 'here he tlaeyd ball. Dun't Each wtfleaceinvitationecacerd,
blame him for being sentimental. Rev- Relations a
erence him.
As has been said so many times: And last-With nervous tread and fu
Bichigan is not its buildings; Michi- ylook
gan is not its students; but Michigan Of June bridegroom or hunted cros
is its alumni. The alumni are the Who'd like to see secluded nook,
Michigan men of the world. Part of Ce Jim.
them are here this week. Do not lose_
ace opportunity of serving the guests Where there's a Will-to graduate
who are the real Michigan. there's always one papa, one main
And they are all alike, these Mich- seven sisters, three brothers, twel'
igan men of the world-they wear a aunts, nineteen cousins, and vario
reverence for Michigan in their hearts. other extraneous matter,-to pipe tt
At reunions they wear it on their ceremony.
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"PRUNELLA" 'O BE STAGED
'ONIGhH'T BY SENIOR WOMEN.
Dancing, Music and Lighting Effects
Are Specialties of
Performance,
Picturesque scenery, quaint cos-
tumes; and unusual lighting effects,
will feature the presentation, by 20
senior women, of "Prunella, or Love
in a Garden," the twenty-first annual
senior girls' play, to be given at 8:00
o'clock this evening on the campus,
between Tappan hall and the library.
The staging of the play, which is a
delightful fantasie in three acts by
Laurence Housman, and Granville
Barker, is in the hands of Chairman
Iarjorie Nicolson and Manager H. L.
Nutting, '15L, who with Emily Gil-
fillan, '14, in charge of the dancing,
have perfected trie work of the cast
throughout a number of successful
rehearsals.
By special request the play will be
given out-of-doors on the campus, in
an enclosure constructed for that pur-
pose. Flood and spot lights from Tap-
pan hall will produce varied scenic
effects, and a musical theme will ac-
company the performance, which will
last about two hours.
Tickets are 50 cents and may be
purchased by the general public at
the gate. In case of rain, the per-
formance will be postponed until 7:00
o'clock tomorrow evening, at the same
place. If the weather is still incle-
ment, the play will be staged at that
time in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
The women of the class of '93, who
produced the first senior play, have
notified Miss Nicolson that they are
coming in a body to attend this year's
production.
CAMPUS IN BRIEF
-According to an announcement yes-
terday by Edward H. Kraus, dean of
summer session, the program of spe-
cial lectures to be given during the
summer is subject to changes, which
will be announced in The Wolverine.
rom present indications it appears
that the number of law students in
summer school will break all records.
Up to a late hour Monday afternoon
139 students had already enrolled, this
number being 10 more than the total
enrollment of a year ago.

SUMMER SCHOOL
LAW'
TEXT
BOOKS
Second-Hand Book
Bargains
AT
WAIIR'S
University Bookstore
DETROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE
Litmited and Express Cart for Detroit-7:ro
a. i. and hourly to 6:t p. s., alse8:o
P. n
Local Cars for Detruit-5:4o a. m.., 6:6 a. m.,
and every two hours to 6:6 p . m , 7:6p.
m., S:6 p. i., 9:o p. ,m., ad to:4 p. in.
ToYpsilanti only:7:46a. m.,8:20a.m.,c11:06
a, m.,5:06p. m.,11:15fp.s .,1215p.m , 12:30
. m.,1:00ia.i.
Limited Cars for Jackson-7:46 a. m. and
every two hours uoi7:46 p. i.
tucal Crs tur Jaoksn-s1 a. im., 65t a. M.,
and every two hours to 6:5 p. m., also 920
p. i, 11:15 p. m.
TUTTLE"'S
LVNCH ROOM
LVNCHES and SODAS
338 South Stte St.
COVSINS Q HALL
Florists
Cor.12th St and S. Univ. Ave. Phone 115
Capital, $ioo,ouo.ao surplus, $50,os.0
Undivided Profits, $25,000,00
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Safe Banking and Courteous Treatment of our
Customers is Our Watchword
3 per cent Interest in our Savings Department
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capial .................30c0.0.:
suplu sdUndiided Profi.... oo,soss~u
Surpius and Under Profits...........$r25ooo.so
Resources......................... 3,000,000.i
Transaets a General Banking Business
3 prCusstteres paid on Saigs Deposis
Your Busiess Slted
Chas. N. Hiscock, Pres., Michael J. eritz,Cash'r
W.D. Harriman,Vie-Pres., Carl F. Braun, Asst.
Cash'r, Wm,Walz,Asst.cashr SavingsDept.
TEMPLE THEATRE MAIIST.
Wad. June 24-Night Riders ot
Peter Sham-Story of the South
Stalen Rembrant. (Drama)
Friday June 26 - Spell Bound
Multitude - 9th story of the ad-
ventures of Kathleyn.:
Hardy's Heritage -Pathe Drama
Sat. June -7-Three Scratch
Clue.

Dictionaries A BREACH OF CONTRACT
Compends, etc. By not admitting students to the
CASH OR EXCHANGb OR s econd Pennsy game on their coupon
YOUR OLD BooKs books, for which they paid $5.00 each
at the beginning of the year, the Ath-
LARGEST STOCK IN MICHIGAN letic associationis breaking a contract
with 5,000 or more people.
According to the ruling of the board
ofregents, and according to the terms
326 . Slte t. Tl. ~l-M specified on the cover ot the book,
326 S. State St. Tel. 761-M it admits students to "athletic con-
tests during collegiate year of 1913-
14." The collegiate year ends on
Attractive Mid-Summer Commencement day. Commencement
'day is on Thursday. The second Pennsy
game is on Wednesday. Form your
AT own conclusion to the syllogism.
D A NA C H A R DSON'S Laast year the samuematter came up
118sEr eLbI R O hat to the board, which wisely decided
115 E. ibarty that to violate the terms on which the

THE FEMINIST MOVEMENT
For four long years they've sat hard
by,
Up i the "roost," up, up, on high-
At football meetings, massed up there,
Suspended passively in air,
Look at 'em now, they've made a
shunt:--
Those sweet co-eds have seats i'n
froc.
If son hasn't explained it to you, we
might say that the watering station in
tht center of our campus is not our
fountain of learning. Apparently even
the local plumbers haven't learned
anyfthing from it. Have a sip.
A FAREWELL SONG
My last yell have I yelled for you,
Michigan!

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