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The Wolverine, 1914-07-23

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THE WOLVERINE

ORPHEUM
THUR., July 23-Daniel Fronre is-
ents Mary Pickford in "The Bishop's
Car'riage"
FRI., July 24-Ado Gifford in "The
Countess Vsohi's Jewels"
SAT., July 25-Van Dyke iBrooke in
"The Right of Way"
MON-TUES. July 27.28-Bruce McRay
in "The Ring aod the Man"
"Complete Line."
OF
MEN'S FURNIHINGS
VARSITY 1066G ERY SHOP
1 107 South University Ave.
HUSTON BROS.
The Fiteest Billiard Room In the Stole
CIGARS and CANDY
"WeI Try to Treat You Right"
jO TiversttV Zchoo1 of
Mnard Street Ann Arhor

THEWOLERIW IOAR SWEBATING RAJ TINKER & CO.
The official student newspaper for
the University of. Michigan summer _-J FURNISHERS and HATERS to University Men
session. Published by the students on If 'ol To ris342 S. State St. '
Tuesday Thursday and Saturday iC- (With Genuflection to It. iKipling) ___________________
ternoons. Twenty-fire issues. I I've taken nisy inwhere lI'e found
Address, The Wolverine, Press Bluild- them S+ir lihip slalislii'v
iog, Maynard St., Ann Arbor. They wiere handsomnssd sieves andsi UY. 'lesirs' provig 11:tutu alsi
Office Hours: Managing editor, 2:00 neat; this vniner.
to 3:00 daily; business manager,I Mad(e love like a Pci or'a Byr'on,-
1:00 to 3:e0 daily. Phone 960 or Anti none of the lot was onweel. The bsirthcrit'amos on Iws lhas de-
2414. rThen rame that fellow (cos iO~hkosh, (Ardancerilaestittiuin'nI iS
A dancerd acptr etnt aisslesl1898,
Leso N. Burnett-M1anaging Editor But he turned out (he light andil kissedI
Phone-1283-M. me one night Austsralias, ithe'islandsicontinnet, is
F. Gurinee Millard-Business M4anager. And I lened about Manikindifront 'sir of (lhe l('iglishl sossesstoris.
Phone--1407-M. himn.
Athletic Editor-Charles Kendrick.Ieuslisis 1liisi('9iar'-
THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1914. Oscar, lie camse froma Milwsausie.' rise, ihis bkesiOlei'Irgessitstnisniithe
__________________________________ Jolly ansIternde'r asnsi(st, st' w sorld fisrsyi'airs sand ye'5'a:;
WHlATl AN AVERAGE LISTENER Ile blews'iii his coin like an sstorsis
T HINKS. And swent on a. ki-weeekiy list;0
When one visits a certain church He took 1toiis kiss' iike thfishelsss- ('llFOil.S11EIIM
ec, the summer session lecturer is Ini lager, he'd liiierall ;in eu; (I l. ..S,1'tlll.'N''lS W~ti+ Ai2
tune to hear a poor sernaon-loosely Yell, he tailed Friday nighst, andsil(i, 11N AtlR'((1F'WORMS.
eonstructed perhaps, and uttered in Lord lieseas tightl! - -edi
a half audible tone, he is not likely to (Aid I learned ilsessi rtisarssssIferomss 3IIS l ;i,I.WAIlt. 1SON.
visit that church again very soon, if biss. -ltisasiliss.
he is norrmal arnd liken good serirosr ' Wi t ( Llf7ltjllt T'lIOFFlt'
with his worship, Jire sas a lnstrous eyed sdevil, ' FTS\~~ \)tl
To rme be hail promsised his'.love; +XIES4'Ih ~tA.

Ana Su m rSsin cThe lctres onth esetarien
I~~~~~~~ AnulSm e eso ore,I offered fort sumisertasessoon
June 29 to August 21 students, are somoetirnes poor nec-
Instruction in all Branches mnono; at least such a church an the
of Music University of Michigars should have
at r th fulfice. ton, bit oueoopreacers,. ueymr m
atteOrfulformaton, ball ioesoopreachers, icl mr m
CHARLES A. SINK Secretary The arrangement of this sunsmer
program is naturally an inconceivably
difficult task. And the mnaragement
has done well. Lectures are offered
B ow 1 on subjects commanding a wide range
S ugar B of interest, and tbe sequence is so
109 . run Steet varied that off paper the list appears
109 . lan Steet enticing for every knowledge seeker.
Bes Ic C eekl" The rrarragerrerrtIhan dune its best.
Bes Ic Cr~,.x~ Then comes the responsibility of
Homxe made carady the speaker, who is to indirectly
fresh dek ily preach the gospel of Michigan to an
Prom pt Service audience composed of representative
people (cons all pacts of tire world.
PHONE 967 Generally he takes advantage of his
opportunity, but here and there is one
who helps to lessen the crowod at fol-
lowaing lecture'.
K S II In mathematics, in Greek, in Saris-
B u N S krt-sn every subject, is something
LAW A D ME ICAL I warm and vtal sod true sod human.
LA ADMEICLThece is always somethingno-eh
_______________________ nical, something which will place a
NEW ND SCONDHAND bright clear print on the photographic
NEW ND SCONDHAND negative of the hursan mind. Gut the
focus nmust be right. The average is-
Complete 1 ice tener does not want to hear a dry
surimary of some toucan or other.
Text Books There must be some sunlight, and the
Text Laboratory Books exposure must be properly tinmed.
Reference Books In the opinion of sri average listern-
Dictionaries er', the summer session lecturer is
Compends, etc. never one who "fills out." He is one
-- ~.....~ ..~ who comes to offer the fruit of his

He reid rie ansi ,fondily carss lHrseIadsiline.'
Arrilesliesdrie Iis sciii et turistits's'e. Di' FE-NSE' VA 1S WITH
I thourgit thastlI suit' 0 sllIhis sweet- Oit'SiistC: (0l'NESSI S.
ness, --lli'silitst'
Arid salledshiminn sy ''horney-ktrnchlt 0
Jimr" Gix,. las T'ill ('lriivlrs seents
Butt I sassimnslast nsmht, irisha hicush leirrec,. ise chIilly days,~rr'
dolled in wites, ________________________
Arid I learredss butosimiankindilfroism
him? ' JTiy' Ci'anr-upSr a sle. Oxforsri &
Stilts. Campusis lsotery. if
los off of the fellers forever;
I've tunkesd, 1Issive finished, Irissuite. itsysorc kodakisfilmrs as i ti~is
'Whenever I crave ssweet saffections, st Stugdenis lrsi, to., 302 S. Staste. tf
511l takse it irs wesll scattered bits; j
Ieware of tire foneilusiiti fellow-
He he clever cr haridooms' or bright,; slav aer t 1opcs 10
He'll hsarndayosi a line frors sevesi till a' t
nine,
Ail see Magbee s'follaiossrsnighst"I FIrir r'sssllnsisave yott urts iidelopt
' l. - I. J.sil at I liulie's, 61ila sstLibterty St. If
Lookts like' weelllt'shvea sswarmspsell Strrriirri'i' Strudents:Noelite
sours. Tirerrrsots-'r its Josephi's red- , We givespecOiail a ttentilon loit 555-
isteresd 190839yesterdaiy aiterisot tousr finisinig. list tes &Nicels, 110
0S. Sitt'St., itsrsCuthttling's IDrrtg
OUt'll l)IL 'Pt'ZZLE Store tr
Answver to yesterdasy's: Whatsam sn-
ous Eriglisha suffragist (or ette) epenids
most of her tierns'isEnglish jatis? We'ysssssrr .Aladoles, Masrtins tui-
Sylvia Pantkhurst. Urize' winnrer:tar's, sirs sicl Ilisei nstrtsrss'sts of
Prof. Ernest Hostltreof lov. ~g~ every idescripitioun for saefat62rs'ssorr-
Woashienase Are. ae ris'iessast Schels'bs'c'& Sort's blo-
For today': Fill its blanks vii learns l'isos', 9111 S. MasinsSt. (I
what crest Detroit ourt-fiel'derthi is.
T-r-s C-kb. 1-4 OFF
F"aslrioiiNolt' fi' iadies indtlciii, On Reach and "Ty Cobb"
A smrall ssib o1 ire', trimsmedsinirsnru- base Ball Cloves
oline, eililIce worst it the back of the AT
nekdurirng Jnlyandt lAurgnstby tie'VS I '"'Z E R 'S 1

TET
And Sudents Sup-
plies Second-Hand
Books for all de-
partments.
University Book Store
DETROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE
Limited and Enpies Cainfo e li nnroir :ert
a in.and hoealy o 6:ra p. s., also 8s10
tocal Cos oinDetroi-5e4o a. m., 6:o a .,
arid eeryrtwo bhorst o6 . 0m., 7:o.rp.
x..O8:o6tp. m., .rp ..,tosesp. r.
TO' sl't nwti ol y:ess -46 1..1si, :- . St t ni.. 11:08
a .. ri.. 5:06 p . ni~ 11ip ., 12:la p. vm.,123
P., lee0sa. m.
Lrmired Cas or onJa~kruv te46ar. and
every two hors to 7:46ip. or.
t osl Cat ot Jasron--stu2an . , 6:51a. o.,
andrery wotonrsietoc6:51p.ini.,aloiaoa
p. in.,,1 r e15h. tin
All Kinids of Hat Work
Done Right
Factory Hat Store
118 E. Huron S. Ner AllentkioHts!
4COUSINS ea HlALL
Florlis
Innlt 121. IandlSI nsiv.ve. Phone 115
C'apitli,eeeis to oo s rtuis'.,5 i.oost
ttndiide rof5,5it~s, $25,0-,110
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Saer taringtir Cou~iert sros'cia uft o Ou
Crsronei se5Oursewrt urd
3 per ant Intrest Innor Sains Department
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINCS BANK
Cailf tt ...ui ....... . . ..... . $ ssc,,eo
Sirrpi nu andsttriieifeePro'fits ... 5e,oe.o
Spusad(i'der oitsi. . ...vt$e
tessi t sees,... . . .... ' use. ret 000~c
IT ransacs a Gepirut BanialeRsn ners
3sues Cant inrtid n S s aintsDosits-i~
Voets ,i'nreusoiiteii
Cuas. E.tIfisees , P'es., (Mihstun J. nEre'rsstr'
eSUsU mr arrri ,i'sPets., (rit NIru .sinrr . .
Cash' rRm li ai,.1 srt ,sh Sing Dp.
TEMPIE THEATRE
ON MAIN STREET
FRI. July 24-bStory o dentuie
of Kalslyn 'Thn Forged Parch-
ment'
SAT. July 25-'A Man for a
Though'
COMING NEXT WEEK
2Te Meian ar inaourels. Th
only iuthetic itr e , su e n dinrr, etley
- nsaebatleieldii.
UNIVERSITY AVE PHARMACY
COULDING & WIKEL
1219 So. Unversity Avenue
IDrugs, Toilet Articles, Cigars,
Cigarettes and Candy

PHOTOGRAiPHEFR
Ju31 . HNonseSt. PHONEO 961=M
E'lvectric fixture's for sali'. Iniiuire
sit tUnives'iity .Music' Ilicense, Pcess
ibuiilingi, Msanardl St. tf
Fodals andlsuppilies at Calkinrs. tf

CASN OR EXCHIANGE FOR
YOUR OLD BOOKS
-LARGEST STOCK IN MICHiIGAN
Ga E. Barthel
326 S.- Slate St. Tel. 761-M
CANADIAN
CRASHES
You know the material-
light, porous, elastic,
soft in texture,durable
in quality-the ideal
fabric for a Summer
suit.
We have them, together with
a large assortment of flannels
Full Dress Suits a Specialty
GHN WILD CO.
Leading Merchant 'lalnra

years of study.-
If they wiould attract people, and
keep attractinsg (hens, they musst be
utilitarian and pragmatic, these lec-
turers. They must link their subjects
up sith life. If a subject is technical
it nevertheless has insterestinug funds-
mnctal truths. Technicalities are of-
ten interesting if given the proper
turn.
Non-interesting statemensts do inot
stick in Ike mind. The good lecturer
should offcr statements which stick.
And chiefly, every instructor ins the
University of Michigan is elinitle of a
micssage. The interesting speaker
need not be a polished speaker if lire
has a little fervor. A little more fec-
Ivor, and a little more cheerful wsrnmth
would be welcome in some of tke suns-
merr lettures-for the aversge listen-
jThen all o1 us would go to heacrolS
of these.
M11AY STILL SIGN tU' FORt
SINGLES IN UNION TOURNEY
Entries in the Mkichigan Union tour-
nament will be taken until tonight at
tire Unions desk. Thus far about 20
have sigined up for msatchcs in singles,I
to compete for thne racquet, wshich is,
offered for the winner.
Thc matches will begin Friday or
Saturday on the Pinion courts, whichn
are in excellent condition.

A LAKE TRIP FOR REST AND RECREATION
Use D. & C. Line Steamers for Business and Pleasure Trips
TErefreshing lake breeats, the frinedom of the decks and tire
lueuiosomortof the popular D. & C. Line sreamens are wail-
ing lonyos. Whether yo o norrth to beautiful Mackinac Island,
the famous summeniesort of rhe oNrhountry, sin chosre the 'Water
Way" on your trip from rhin earltnin wesr, Jon will appeciate the many
comfointr on otrpalatialstreamers.
Daily service hetween Detroit and Cleveland, and Deteoit and Buffalo.
Four tips wrekly from Toledo and Deroit to Mackinac Island and way e
poets. Delightfel day tips hetween Detroit and Cleveland doting July
and Augost. Popular week-end exoursions every Satriday hetween
Deroit and Buffalo, and Detroir and Cleeand. Special Steamer Cleve-
ANONRETINOAPAMPLETgivaingbdteaeDeoitprnd f-
various tips will he mailed you on receipt of two cnas In pay postage.
Address L. G. .Lewos, Ceni. Passenger Agent, Deciit, dfieh,
THE COAST LINE TO IVLAC K I _OTDERI CEEA N
Y - BFFALO NlA6RAIALLS
c-OED PH-N

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