THE W O L V E R IN E
TUES., July21-Da iel Frohmanpres-
ents his entire Fanous Players Stock
Co. io "A Woman's Triumph"
WE, July 22-"The rowning Glory"
Fo-erru it Weekly
THUR., July 23-Oanie Vrohean pres.
ents Mary Pickford in "The Bishop's
FRI., July 24-Ada Gifford in"The
Countess Veschi's Jewels"
SAT., July 25-V Dyk Brooke in
'Thu Riht of Way"
MON-TUES. July 27-28-Bruce McRay
in "The Ring and the Man"
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11 07 South University Ave.
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"We Try to Treat You Right"
'University cbool of
Maynard Street Ann Arbor
Annual Summer SessionC
June 29 to August 21
Iostruction in all Branches
For full Information, Call
at the Office.
CHARLES A. SINK Secretary
109 S. lain Street
Best Ice Creram
Home made candy
LAW AND MEDICAL
NEW AND SECOND-HAND
Complete I ree
Text Laboratory Books
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You know the material-
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in quality-the ideal '
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We have them, together with
a large assortment of flannels
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The official student newspaper for
the University of Michigan summer
session. Published by the students on
Tuesday Thursday 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-
Advertising rates-Furnished upon ap-
plication to the business manager.
Subscriptions and ads taken at Quar-
ry's, Cushing's and South Univer-
Address, The Wolverine, Press Build-
ing, 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
Leo N. Burnett-Managing Editor
F. Gurnee Millard-Business Manager.
Athletic Editor-Charles Kendrick.
Juan Bonilla Stockbridge Hilto
Harold Bowcock Clement Jckmar
Louis Bruch Charles Johnson
Verne Burnett Dudley McClure
Wilbert Fuller Harry Vandarwarker
h Walter Watson
S. W. Donaldson, Asst. Bus. Mgr.
T. C. Hill Lee Watson
TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1914.
FOOTBALL AND HEAT.
If the lazy layman knew the work
expended in the writing of a good
book, it is likely that he would give
it a trifle more consideration; he might
be more prone to listening to a good
sermon, if he realized that the preach-
er had studied over it, and had put a
little of his life into its construction.
The man who strips to the waist and
shovels in the coal is the best qualified
to appreciate the motive power of
When the fussing dilletante cracks]
peanuts at football games next fall,
and is careful about clapping his hands
or indulging in other undue exertion,
for fear of breaking the stem from her
chrysanthemum, it is not likely that
he will think for a second of the coal-
shoveling process of the football "pro-
Thetest of the football man does
not come next fall on the gridiron,
before the eyes of thousands of silly
spectators. The real gridiron test
comes now, in the middle of July, the
hottest time of the year. The hub of
next fall's team is down on Ferry field
this summer, everyday, preparing for
next fall's schedule. Summer foot-
ball requires nerve which is nerve and
energy which is concentrated vigor.
So when you tuck the blanket about
your girl at the game next fall, to pro-
tect her from the chilling October
winds, let your mind whisk back to the
middle of sweaty July, to the center of
dripping hotness, when real football
was being played.
Foreigners Eat Hawaian Roast Pig
A large crowd of cosmopolites jour-
neyed to Whitmore lake Saturday for
their first summer picnic. T. Y. Seto,
'16L, furnished the pig, and President
Achi roasted it in true Hawaian
style. The day was spent in swim-
ming and boat racing.
Cosmopolitans Extend Lecture Service
At a recent meeting of the Cosmo-
politan club, it was decided to extend
the services of the cosmopolitan ex-
tension lecture course, and to increase
the variety of the lectures. These
lectures probably will be given next
winter in different cities, one being
given every night for a whole week.
The club has already been asked by
the Women's Federation of clubs of
three of the largest cities in the state.
to send them the foreign lecturers.
Electric fixtures for sale. Inquire
at University Music House, Press
building, Maynard St. tf
OUR SWEATING BRAU TINKER & CO.
FURNISHERS and HAITERS to University Men
Our Sweater, he has guose and left; 342 S. State St.
The office is deserted; and__eft;__
We can't compose one funny thing; 1-4 OF
Our humor sounds reverted.
On Reach and "Ty Cobb"
When the Sweater has come back to Base Ball Cloves
Once more we'll make your face 7 TD E R '
All wrinkle up with grins and things,
But now we're filling space. 310 State
When Ann Arbor seems like a bar- PHOTOGRAPHER
ren hole, consider the lights. What
a jolly time they must have. Out all
day, and lit up all night!
LOCAl. NEWS FROM DUE CAMtPL'
NOitRRESPONDEN' 319 E. Huron St. PHONE 96l-M
Work on the new science building SALESMEN WANTED.
is progressing finely at this writing, We want nen of good address to
on account of s gravel pit located on1 learn the real-estate business.
the same. We teach you how, and pay you
while you learn. Bechtel, of Traverse
The ground is torn up quite a bit City, made $150.00 the first month.
hereabouts on account of some sewer Formerly worked for $15.00 per week.
pipes which are being laid, which is Miller of Townsend Avenue, Detroit,
part of the plan for the campus beau- makes $200.00 per month. Formerly
tiful. in the navy at 21.00 per month.
We have no correspondence school,
We hear that Walton H. Hamilton or charges of any kind. You learn by
has got a job as teacher in the Chi- actual experience in our offices. If
cago schools. Good ,work, Walt.
you want to get out of the rut, "Long
-~hours and small wages," write today.
Water is quite plentiful nowadays Address-Salesmanager,
at the canpus fountain. Congratula- 2035 Dime Bank Building,
tions, Mr. Macks. 8-11 Detroit, Mich.
ST1ARTILiNC ' 'ST ITICS
SnitaryLounainsa'r' replc Buy your kodak films and supplies
Sanitary fountsins are replacing at Sugden Drug Co., 302 S. State. tf
public drinking cups us a good many
cities.' Rent a camera at Hoppe's. 10c a
Many dangers at sea are prevented day. tf
by light houses. For results have your films develop-
ed at Hoppe's, 619 East Liberty St. tf
Motion picture theaters are being I ___________
established in all parts of the United j Kodaks and supplies at Calkins. tf
And Students Sup-
Books for all de-
University Book Store
DETROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE
Litnited and Express Cars for Detroit-y7:1
,n. and hourly to 6:1 p. am., also 8:10
t,ocal Cars for Detroit-5:4o a. n .6:o6 a. m,
and every two hours to 6:o6p. i., 7:o6 p.
m.. 8:o6f. m.,uq:ro p. mand 1o:,s p. m.
ToYpsilanti only: 7- a. ..8:; oa.m.,11106
5. .,5:06P . .,11:15mp .12:15 p mm : 0
P. sifn . r.M
Linited Cars for Jackson-7:6 a. s. sd
every two hours to 7:46 p. i
Local Cars for Jackson-s:1:a. rn, 6:51 a..i.,
and every two hours to 6:51 p. m., also 9 :
. ., 11:15 p. m.
All Kinds of Hat Work
Summer Students Notice j acLorY nat LU[c
The maxixe is replacing the tango \e give special attention to' ama- 118 E. Huron St. Near Allenel Hotel
as a popular society dance. teur finishing. Daines & Nickels, 336
0 ~S. State St., over Cushing's Drug
OUR .AILY PUZZLE Store tf OVSINS tHALL
Answer to yesterdays: What well
known governmental official used to Calkins Pharmacy for drus. f.lorists
be president of Princeton university,
and now lives in Washington a great Weyniann Mandolutes, Martin Gui- for.12th St.and S.lUnit. Ave. Phone 11 5
deal? Answer: Woodrow Wilson. tars, and Musical Instruments of
First prize: Katie McLout, 814 S. every description for sale at reason- Capital, $ioo,oco.oo isrplus, $50,010.00
University. able prices at Scsaeherle & Son'sMu-T Undivided Profits, ,
Today: What great English suffra- sic House, 110 S. Main St. tf THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
gette inhabits the prisons considera- ANN ARBOR, MICH.
safe Banking and Courteous Treatment of Our
FOUND-Small purse on July 12th in
0 ° the lunch room at Newberry hall. 3 per cent Interest in our Savings Department
FOR SALE-Gentle sound horse. Adv. twner can have same by paying for
-Ann Arbor Times News. this ad. 12 THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
What do they mean, gentle sound? _Captal....................... .$...$3coo ooc
5Splus and lUdid'Pofits....Scocoo
Does the beast moo? Service, Quality, and Prices Right. surpiusand under Profits-.... .$c5.co
Resocso .... . .. ..3,clc,lcoo~
-0- Edsill's Rexall Drug Store. 122 So. Transacts a General Banking Balsiness
Only 157 days till Christmas, Main St. Phone 35. tf 3 per Cent interest rplid omt Satvig Deposs
Cihas. B. Hisch, Pres., Michaeol J.:F~simc,Caso's
W.D.marimou,vi-s.s, Car s I uAsst. -i
Cash'r,Wm',waz, Asst Cash'r Sav ngs Dept
A LAKE TRIP FOR REST AND RECREATION
Use D. & C. Line Steamers for Business and Pleasure Trips
T HE refreshing lake breezes, the freedom of the decks and the TEM PLE TH ATRE
luxurious comfort of the popular D. & C. Line steamers are wait.
ing for you. Whether you go north to beautiful Mackinac Island; ON MAIN STREET
the famous summer resort of the North country, or choose the "Water
Way" on your trip from the east or west, you will appreciate the many WED. July 22- The Camblers'
comforts on our palatial steamers. Charles Kleine
Daily service between Detroit and Cleveland, and Detroit and Buffalo. FRI. July 24-Story of adventure
Four trips weekly from Toledo and Detroit to Mackinac Island and way of Kathlyn 'The Forged Parch-
ports. Delightful day trips between Detroit and Cleveland during July ment'
and August. Popular week-end excursions every Saturday between SAT. July 25-'A Man for a
Detroit and Buffalo, and Detroit and Cleveland. Special Steamer Cleve- Thought'
land to Mackinac Island direct, two trips weekly, June 25th to Sept. 10th, COMING NEXT WEEK
making no.stops enroute except at Detroit every trip. Daily service be- The Mexican War in four reels. The
tween Toledo and Put-In-Bay, June 10th to September 10th. onlyauti euepictures taken directly
YOUR RAILROAD TICKETS, reading between Detroit and Buf-
falo or Detroit and Cleveland, are available for transportation on D. & C.
steamers either direction.1
AN INTERESTING PAMPHLET giving detailed description of Lessons in German
various trips will he mailed you on receipt of two cents to pay postage. fy a ntice Getman
Addrrss L. C. Lewis, Ceil. Passeager Agent, Detroit, Muck. BIantveGra
DETROIT & CLEVELAND NAVIGATION COMPANY Nine minntlis in Aum.rica. Eight years'
Philip H. McMillan, President. A. A. Schantz, ice-Pres. and Gent. Mgr. experience. Faculty references
Steamers arriao and depart from foot of Third Street, Deiroit, Mich. JOHN ZENISCK
_t0S Hill Street Phone tags J
THECOAST UINE TO MAC K I NAIC
DETROIT, CLYE AND / UNIVERSITY AVE PHARMACY
-BUFFALOs NIAGARAF LLS
. --COULDINC & WIKEL
1219 So. Unversity Avenue
-1Drugs, Toilet Articles, Cigars,
- Cigarettes and Candy
-_ flACE. _Rexall Remedies and Toilet Articles.
Edsill's Rexall Drug Store. 122 So.
-__en Main St. Phone 35. tf