WED., Jly 1 5-"The Redskin and Ren-
egade,' 2 parts. Katem features
THUR., July 16-"A Million Bid." Vita-
graph S part feature
FRI. July 17-"On the Minute." Selig
2 part feature.
Mary Fuler in "The Umbrelta Handte"
The official student newspaper for OUR SWEATING BR~AD
the University of Michigan summer -
session. Published by the students on By IHarold It.' leldi
Tuesday Thursday and Saturday af--__
ternoonss. Twenty-five issues. D oi u De' 191i11
Subscription rates-By carrier, sev- weleli, it's warmin' op a litlle and it's
enty-five cents for the summer; noe so deadly slow-;
mailed to any address for one dol - You cans get the eong together and
TINKER & cO.
FURNISHERS and HATTERS to University Men
I 342 S. State St.
C1 Oys'c's hav e been known to peo-
Juius toesarv was a well known
.%01cc ccc emeror.
lochsiofi liceopium coec(s fromCsthi-
lie'. [lo YVile, icehis lecure Toes-
(laey evenicng, esaidlit eshould Ice dis( use.-
ed oenclyevecry wic're.AWe icope 'tisbe
the' fistlum n ee wr ilerito comce ccci
celticit. He re' goes: S icilic ,Noes
buhdbieccccc e darn'ced.
SAT, Jaly 8B-"Te Last Will." Vt. lr
graph Zpart feature ca- lr
JAdvertising, rates-Furnished upon ap-
plication 10 the business manager.
'Comnplete Li e Subscriptions and ads taken at Quar-
OF ry's, Gushing's and South Univer-
n EN' S F URN I 'IRINGCiS shty Pharmacy.
HOPAddress, The Wolverine, Press Bcild-
AQRSIJY T 06G6 ER Y S lu P ig, Maynard St., Ann Arbor.
1 107 South University Ave. lDfice 1-1ours: Macaging editor, 2:00
_________________________ to1 3:00 daily; business cmanager,
w _ BRO . 1 :00 to 3:00 daily. Phocce 900 or
he finest Billiard Rents in tine State Leo N. Burniett---Mantaging Editor
CIGARS and CANDY Phone-1283-M.
We Try to Treat You Right" F. C iirtiee Mllard-Business MVanager.
_________________________ Athiletic Editor-Charles Kendrick,
V. nfiverwitV Zcbool of THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1914.
Maynard Street Ace Arhor "H1IT SHI NO, NOT iN 1914.l
Annual Summer Session The university hsas many staccdards
June 29 to August 21 of cmeasurecment. Socme critics are in-
Instrctionin al Branhes lined to cocnsider tics buildings. They
of Music "ht
Igor full Informatiun, Call j gaze upon the pillars, and say, "WhaOfie oneflisttto.Otescut
CHARLES A. SINK Secretary the number of alunic, while socme con-
sider the age acnd tradition; there are
socme who point to the illustrious fac-
ww ultyaced stcll others believe that the
Sug r B w l ecccollmncct cshould receive first atten-
109 S. flaini Street I None of these measures a universi-
Bes Ic Cxe~m ty's pcogres'. Coccsider rather the
grwcstls 01 a hcealthy broadening spirit.
Homwe nmade candy ;a spirit which adds something to the
fz-es d~ily age.
Prompt Service The opien discussion of syphilis and
PHONE 967 othcer hitherto whispered nacces ccarks
a greater positive advancenment in the
tUciversity o1 Michigan thacn the erec-
tion of the new buildiccg for catural
13chC)r(n)nSss breaks traditionand
atoesess, medoes cnotmathar
LAW AND MEDICAL tistic qualities in life, unless thein-
viducal is bcucnd that it shall. Nearly
NEW AND) SECOND=HAND every evil icc history has grown on ac-
couccci of willul blindness. It society
Complete Iii°e' could be personified, he would be a
Text Blooks great cmany things, but primarily sen-
'[ext Laborato ry [looks sitiv'e-supersentive.
Reference Books j Fracnk and trequecnt discussiocc of0
Uictionaries 'syphilis acnd kindred diseases does not
Competnds, etc. degrade sex, but liftis it 1o a more sen-
sible aced more wholesome plane.
C Os OLD EXC1OKFOR "Hucsl" sheould not be uttered whcere1
the 'welfare set macekind is at stake.
LARGESAT STOCKd IN MICHIGiAN-
P Ties habits of the cnewsspaper re-
Ce F Bar hel seccbie those o1 the dog.
C. 13 Ilarhell It ctacnds in the gatewvay and watchs-
326 S. Slate St. Tel. 161-M c's life pass in the street. Soccetimes
it barks and growls at the passerby,
Youe don't lease to sobleiceacnguishcccisle
your bead all icc a whiirl:
Ain't se got lcehelstlecrocc? Try
lbs river-aced cegirl.
You doc't leave to cell tce dl dcccii--
all lie scobs ancd cigies cccdetin-se
(Beet ycu ceeicet grcab tiewhewa'cshl
and sprocct out cc I cir oc ingeces)
Buet it's ihot acc et asdcecei ckye~. Lccsen
Get the huchercaced pci occd ea, cry 0
;iA VON '10.0GIRLSl IN
lice river ancdea, girl. 'itAC edI;hliIN
Oceeslion -He'adlince, lDetcuit;Ne'ws.
(-lte~tr~etBoxIceAd cliiiltey <geltoaeay witic tice
ii. S. ii.: Cc thcouccncdldIccliikewicese.idji e cccc'c'decf.
'T'her'e''sceore tihanc oneobelece 'ie
1-4. 31.: So y'cucitciinly y oure'5014 Ii i;i.11 BY P'OlLIE
boucer, e sclerry?'Noce.cc bacdljoblefce'-ii eedlic e',clreitNessw..
a foot-ballecr, hlicecec',Acnothcer svcriedicitiono hedw.cc.i. Mccc-
-0 - !iou', sic?
011'vIDeily Pluzzlie is-
Answer to yecterday's: Uhat greec 110 ' 101C1 ,lD SbENMEN CARRY-
Americans presidecnt treed thce slaves? IINC SKIRITS OUTi' BY T'it ;ARMFUL.
Abe Licroln, Escq. First icrize: Eble DAILY. -Ads'., Detrocit 'Tribunce.
Scwanctz, 413 Fifthi St. Well, sccpscice' se coeld, .A1, secleeec-
Today: gXhat facmoucsiciiscrci'e' icclchr-Insecouscld.
acter was qeensorcc Eceeleecce elriccic-0
Elizabeth's reigec? Onit 16 lday's till C'hristmaos.
Faoscintlintg'Fllts Irem A celi aicdlFari tleacn coda swater at (Calkicns. tf.
Tics popuelatioccoil1 Mojic' e 'rc dwcs
5,463 ice 3803. Juely Clsecn-upe Sale. Oxfoerds &
And Students Sup-
Books for all de-
University Bcok Store
DETROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABtie
Limitedl and ExpresseCz' arfo, Itroeie-- "'
o. c. andehourly to 6:cTo'pci. , so 8:T
Local CersfIsDtrceit-540a. ., 6:oc6a.m.
and eertwociee'es to 6:o6 '. c., 7:o6lp.
m.. 8:o6ip. r ;,s , . mcs., ad -5 .1 1,1,i
'I': 5'eliciocnly:?"4a.1.1c.3:i : . ieec
a .- :. '.,'i'c i 1c . i ee1, .c1L' . c: e'3 c
Lmeited Cs fo Jakso---7:4 a. c. d
everytosrcclsct o 7:46 p n
Lcl Cr or c kon--5"':c. n, 651 aun.,
and ever twcoures to 6:51p'.., '~0a01e
p r., eec., :ccrc5 p. m
All Kinds of Hat Work
Factor'y Hat Store
118 E. Huron St. Near Alleoci HIoel
cOVSJNS £ft HALL
Car 121h1St. ac ld tivAe Phssne 11 5
Cpitad, ice ccc. cc Sccipeec, $ ;C. cc
nI ciel roiti 1 c s, iSygcco
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS RANK
ANN ARBOR. MICH.
cutn tis'ccce , i,,, Sce ilcc
3 per cantInterest inorSavzings Department
THE AN'O ARBOR SAVINGS BARK
Sursce andeec i 4i il e ci 1'cccfis... Sce, s' ccc
S uep cc.aci Ld ell, i is ....'... ..3 ,c, scm e
Reslv es c ..e..................... ~ cocooc c
Transcts aGereeal iei ecnst0,sines
3 per Cence i''rrree i zon ecS eings epvoi
cYeoceu c, ~n., ee ee,: ciic,:n,
W- Ia rncicc5c cizi -'Car cc. panAt
ON MAIN STREET
FRI. July 17 --"Antique Ecgageet
S SAT., Jul5 Thu Winner
COMING NEXT WEEK
The UCicago icmesricancs baseball
teame is somcetimes calledlice' Whlite'
On Juely 8, 1885, thce tihermomee'r
registered 82 icclie shads at Um'phei-
Suits. Campuies iloelry. tf
310 STATE STREET
A LAKE TRIP FOR REST AND RECREATION
Ute D. & C. Line Steamere fur Busineus and Pleaure Tripe
THE refrshing lake breezes, Ike tceedom oftIhe decks ucd the
Tluxucious comfort of th e palar D. & C. Lice steumers cre wait-
lug tar yea. Whetheer yea go north to beautiful Mackinuc Island,
Ikte famous summer resort of the Nerth country, or chooeetIe "Wuae
Way" on ycac tripfotheeIecast cc west yoa wili apprciate Ike many
comforts on our palatial steamers.
Daily sevice between Detroit and Cleveland, acd Detroit and Buffalo,
Focur rps weekly from Toledo and Detroit to MaskincIsand and way
peels. Delightful day tips between Detreit and Cleveland during July
and Augest. Popular week-end excoarsions every Saturday between
Detroit and Buffalo, and Decrit lacd Cleeland. Special Steamer Cleve-
land to Maskinac Island direct, two trips weekly, Jane 25ch to Sept. 10th,
making no steps enroate exicept at Detreit every trip. Daily servicie be'
YOUR RAILROAD TICKETS, reading between Detroit and Baf-
faln cc Detroct and Cleveland. arc available fee transpertationono D. in C,
AN INTERESTING PAMPHLET giving detailed descreiption of
various trips will be maeled yea n enceipt of Iwo cents to pay postage,
DETROIT & CLEVELAND NAVIGATION COMPANY
Philip H. MsMillanPeszidentc. A. A. Scantze, ice-Pes. aced Genl. Mgr.
THE COAST LINE TO M CKI NA_
You know th-e material-
light, porous, elastic,
soft in texture,durable
in quality-the ideal
fabric for a Summer
We have them, together with
a large assortment of flannels
Full Dcra~ Suits a Specially
6, H. WILD CO,
"but seldomc biter. And on other oc-
cacions it wags its editorial tail, while
nose dogs even lick lbs hands of their
masters-the advertisern. Some are
scraggly and yellow, while others are
big and sleek. There are those which
leave hair all over their eye, aced
-there are others swhich see far ahead,
and scent the victim to its lair.
Somee live on the bones which they
bid in the street, while oihers have
daily nesals one raw beet. There is the
-ocrasional bull dng 'chicle bites at ev'-
eryonee aced is a menace to the public.
These dogn ought to be muzzled or
killed, but there seemo to be no pnund.
Also mney-go mad, hot there is gener-
ally ceo ones about with a large eeeoughe
clog net. Dones fight among each other
inn,,seed there is nothing so cheap as
do'; fn ight.
'Pie good paper should be like the,
good dog. The public should be its
macster and shoold feed it 'cell. Then
lice big fellow wciii go aboot wagging
its tail, aned wsill be a friend and pro-
tector to every child in the neighbor-
WILL SUN A
If you have lost anything or
desire to sell something, try an
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