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The Wolverine, 1914-07-18

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THE W OLVE R IN E

ORPHEUM
SAT, July 18-"The Last Will." Vita-
graph 2 part feature
"6Complete Line"'
OF
MEN'. FURNF -HINDS
VARSITY T OIG ERY SHOP
1 107 South University Ave.
HUSTON BROS.
The Flnest Billiard Roomc In the Slate
CIGARS andCANDY
"We Try to Treat You Right"

THE WOLVERINE
The offcial student,* newspaper! for
the University of Michigan sumimer
session. Published by the students on
Tuesday Thorsday and Saturday af-
ternoons. Twenty-five issues.
Subscription rates-By carrier, sev-
enty-five cents for the summer;
mailed to any address for one dol-
lar.
Advertising rates-Furnished upon ap-
plication to the business manager.
Subscriptions and ads taken at Quar-
ry's, Gushing's and South Univer-
s ity Pharmacy.
Address, The Wolverine, Press Build-
log, Maynard St., Ann Arbor.
Office Hours: Managing editor, 2:00
to 3:00 daily; business manager,
1:00 to. 3:00 daily. Phone 960 or
2414.
Leo N. Burnett-Managing Editor
Phone-1283-M.
F. Giurnee Millard-Business Mantager.
Phone-1407-M.
Athletic Eitor-Cha~rles Kendictk.

Today: What .well known ngovern-
metlofca sdt eperato toPrinceton University-and n t ivesnk
Washington a great deal? FURNISHERS and HAlTERSIn University Men 1VI E C O L
--342 S. State St. _______________
Ads may come and news may go, but!
the directory?"'lush.
JOUSTICE IS Il1itlEt) UNIiAR1UN CHURCH
-Headline, Times-News. T X
On with war, rapine, anad rivca red State cor. Huron
blood. R. S. Loring, Minister.

Startling Siafistica,
Niagara Falls is N isitvd ty nmane
sight-seers.
Australian wool cmes froasa thba
sheep residing in Australia.
The Emperor .ot. Timbunvls las1887
was -a coloredl gentlensan,
The Panama Canal is pratically fia-
ished.
Huerta is planninag an eateinsive vas-
cation.

Subject Juny 19111 at 1030 -
THE WAY OUT
OF MATERIALISM
Oairasiaverse is not the old world
of blind force and dead matter
brutally increased iii size, It has
mnore ordler, executive action, sa-
tolding tife, than forimerly sola-
posea..fMay it not ilien be the
homse otGcdi?
Buy soar Icodak ilmslhanas supipieas
at Su.-edris l o., 02. OS. State. tf

av nvrtt cbooi of SATURDAY, JULY .18, 1914,
Maynard Street Acn Arbor THE AWFUL Ia'mPTY3ESS,
Annul SmmerSesion In winter, Michigan is too small-
Annul SmmerSesion five thousand students all trying to go
Jane 29 Io Autgtss 21 to school in a few acres of campus.
Instruction in all Branches In sunmner, Michigan is too big-
of Music 1,500 students trying to fill the
For full Information, Call spare of five thousand, like a few pen-.
at the Office. nies shaking around in the child's
CHARLES A. SINK Secretary empty bank.
SInt winter Michigan cannot have a
"small school spirit," which so many
people desire. It is impossible to know
U? w rl everyone by name or even by sight.
S ugar It is too big a place; the social system,
S 09 . lanSre is too complex, for one to be acquaint-
109S.aiStet d with even one-twenty-fifth of lain
Best Ice, Cream n fellows.
In summer too, the small college
Home nmade canrdy spirit has seemed unattainable. There
fresh da ily has benen such an "awful emptyness"
Prom t Sevice that one makes evena fewer acquaint-
Prom t servic inaceti-than uturifig a period -of similar
PHONE 967 length during' the regiatar.. term.
IFrom a social standpoint, Michigan
should aimn to be a college during the
summer, rather than. a university.
S There should be more receptions, more
gatherings of all kinds. Numerous af-
B u O Nfairs are ,held for the women, but there
- should be more which all might attend.
LAW AND. MEDICAL There. should be sings, smokers and
carnivals.
The ideal could never be reached:
1 1W AND SEICOND-HIAND) the very presence of a large number
of buildings of university dimensions
Complete [ i e would not permit the gentle,1 cordial
welcome of the college hail: . But by
'text Books being more social, through affairs
Text Laborat ry lbooks f planned by the administration, by
Reference Bonoks more activities on the part of the Un-
Dtictionaries ion and the women's league, in short,
Compends, etc. by more warnatb, more welcome, more
CASH O0R0 tXClIN ONP , R cordiality on the part of every organ-
Yt UP OLD Bn UKS liation, Michigan's summer session
could take a step or two toward' the
LAR(ilt ST STUCK IN MIChlIAN 1 wholesomeness of the "small college
spirit."
Ce E. Bartliel
326 S. State St. Tel. 161-M . OUR SWEATING BEAU
____________________________ By Harold R. Scliaadzki.
II ... . - .-- i'euir;I MrsII ~srs

THElIBRUTTES............... . .
Lake Erie Girls Itetase to Yieldtilo titaviaraa lie.li
Vassair in P~ointt of .btiletir' bn cmr t nlp s ~
--Plainivitle, Ohio, Joaurnal. dtay. U t
SomeSalint Fcts n Tht Reigio s Foresults Isaveyour filmas deaelopa
Sot ilCap aigon Ttt eaib ed ait I totapes, 6190Feast Liberty St. tf
293 religious naeetings. (Comnanit: 'u..
Hooray!) thodais atad suppamlies at Calkitas. tf
$3,500 worth of imported religison,
including Bill Sunday sad ryse, Jane Summer Stndeutis Notice
Adams, Jesse Janaes, Old Sleuth anad Wa' give special attentisan to ainsa-
Oscar Hanamerstein. Cooperatioas ol tetar tlnisbing. Dainaes & Nickels, 33
the wonmen. (Conament: Golly!) S. State St., seer Coalitaf's Drug
Mteetings held in Newberry .Halt, Store tf
Hill Auditoliin,. Maj., Tempte. crn-
pus class rooms, Yale, Peniav3, Na..s-
da, Athletic Association office. 1-4 OFF
SKUNK VALABLE On Reach -and "Ty Cobb"
SKUNS YLITABLEBase Ball Cloves
--Ann Arbor Times-News. AT
Phew!
160 Days lilt Christmas. 310 Stale

BOOKS
And Students. Sup-
plies Second-Hand
Books for all de-
partments.
University Book Store
DETROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE
Limited andEresscCasersfonaDtrit --7is
a, . n id hourty it6i p. en., also8:a
p. ms.
Leval Cars Ins Detroit-S :4a a. mi., 6o6f a. n,
and eercytwo hosctoa6:o6 p.e., 7:o6 1)
em.,h8:o6 p. M. sip. m.. ati aTs-.rp"T
Tolsailati ny:7 -46a. in., : :0am. lt,11:(
a. in-.5:06 p.s . , 11aa15:ps , 12 1C 1..., .1a?:as
p.in., 1:00 a. et.
Limited Casers,'orJuclitar--7 :s6cainmard
Local Carsfcksokn-5:12aa. m . 6:5i a. m.,
nd everyin's hoseta (0:51 5.im.. ako oc:;
p. ms., t1:t15p.mi.
All Killds of Hat Wor
Done Right''
Factory Hlat Store,
118 E. HIuron S't. Year Allssol Hoiii
COVSINS ( HALL
Car. 121t t . SUi. Ave Plienc 11 5
Capital, $io c ye r >a a i, atg ci.ic
Unvi dera 11 a ta t c
THE FAPMERS AND MECHANICS HANK
ANN ARBOR, fetCH.
ISafc BianingsadrColliv,,ia.'rrr,1.'aiitco Cu
Ciiaatv neliiisi itchl,.c
3 per centIterest in our 5<eings Oeperteet
THE AN% ARBO2R SAVIN( S BA1%I
cavil......... :.......rco,,c ca
Sarpal'.itandaiddofitsc . S ,,,va.ca
Suraplusantn lcfits.bi' .. ..5cacae
Te 11 B11-sess s llcitesleeier
Cha.E1iinacek,tPrn., aMicael ra tz,C.sht'r
SC ii',vWin,a W alec" , A rCsra C aa igs et.
TEMPLE THEATRE
ON MAIN STREET
j SAT. July ,18-"The Wtinner'

A LAKE TRIP FOR REST AND RECREATION
Use D. & C. Line Steamers for Business and Pleasure Trips
T HE refreshisg lake bteezesthsicfreedom oi the decksanad the
luxurioscoemfort of the pspslar D. & C. Line steamens are wait.
img far ysu. Whether you go nstth to beautifsl Mackisuc Island,
the famoucsasmer resort at the Nosth country, oe chose the "Water
Way" an your trip lernm the estas weal, ysu will appreciate the tny
csmfortn on sue palatial eteamees.
Duily service between Detroit and Cleveland, and Deteoit and Buffalo..
Four trips weekly tram Toledo and Detroit ta Maskinac Island and way
parts. Delightful duy tripn between Deteoit and. Cleveland daring July.'
and August, Popuar week-end excursions every Saturday between
Detroit and Bfalala, and Detroit and CtLseland. Special Steamee Cleve-
land to Mackinac, Island direct, twa tripe weekly, Jane 25th to Sept. 10th,
making no stops enroute except at Detroit every trip. Daily servica be-
tween Toledo and Pat'ln'Bay, Jane 10th to September 10th.
YOUR, RAILROAD TICKETS, reading between Detroit and Bat-
flonor Detroit and Cleveland, are available iar transportatecnan D. & C.
steamers either diertion.
AN INTERESTING PAMPHLET giving detailed description at
varsous trips will be mailed you an receipt aftwoacens ta pay postage.
AddreasL.G. Lewio, Gient. PanssegrAsetrDetroi, dich.
DETROIT & CLEVELAND NAVIGATION COMPANY
Philip H. cMillani,Presaident.A. A. Sichate, airPres.and GflhMgr.
Stesmers atveatd drpa ra fost f aileeDetsoit, Mlih.
THE COAST LI NE TO MAC K IN =C
DETjROI CN D YL tD
T OQL-EDOP T 1-1~~o~
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CANADIANThe editor has powered up and left
the bloomin' place;
He's happy, you. can tell It f ronm the
CRASHESsunbeanm on his face.
You now he ateral- who'll. bear discussing,
You kt n tgxtr~u he eitrateryrhaandon
Hath left us here to slave alone while
light, porous, elastic, he, the scamp, is fussing.

COMING NEXT WEEK
"The tGaumbler"

t
.. J

25c

Shumnmer Schol

25c

in quality-the ideal.
fabric for a Summer
suit.
We have them, together with
a large assortment of flannels
Foil Drets Suits a Specially
6. He WILD CO,
Leading Merchant 'railors

The copy boys are at it too, ,the line-'o
man's a bear.
The business staff have -got the bug-
and fuss 'em everywhere.
And we, poot' solitary boob, sit fret-
ful-like and cnssing
There's not a joy in sumnmer life with-
out a hi t o' fussimng.
Our Daily Puazle
Answer to yesterday's : What fam-
ous historical character was queen of
Etagland during Elizabeth's ;reign?
Miss Queen Elizabeth. First price:
Looy MeScbultz, 779 W~ater Ave.

Studnt Drectory

FOR SALE AT THE
WOLVERINE OFFICE

25c

Press Buildin~g, Mayrnard Street

25c.1

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