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The Wolverine, 1914-07-25

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THE W O L V E R INE

ORPHEUM
SAT., July 25-Van Dyke Brooke in
"The Right of Way"
MON-TUES. July 27-28-Bruce McRay
in "The Ring and the Man"
"Complete Line"
OF
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
VARSITY T O 6G ERY SHOP
1107 South University Ave.
HUSTON BROS.
The Pinest Billiard Room in the State
CIGARS and CANDY
"We Try to Treat You Right"

THE WOLVERINE
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.
Leo N. Burnett-Managing Editor
Phone-1283-M. 1
F. Gurnee fillard-Business Manager.
Phone-1407-M.
Athletic Editor-Charles Kendrick.
Reporters1
Juan Bootlla Stockbridge Hilton
Harold Bowcock Clement Jackman
Louis Bruch Charles Johnson
Verne Burnett Dudley McClure
Wilbert Fuller Harry Vandarwarker
Walter Watson
Business Staff
S. W. Donaldson, Asst. Bus. Mgr.
T. C. Hill Lee Watson
SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1914.

OUR SWEATING BRAU TINKER & COa
FURNISHERS and HALTERS to University Men
By Harold R., Schardzki. 342 S. State St.
Contributions to "The Sweating
Brau" should be mailed to "The Sweat-
er," care The Wolverine, Press Bldg.
TO BAKE INITIAL UNITARIAN CHURCH
BOW THIS EVENING State cor. Huron
-Thursday Wolverine.
We've seen 'em make a cake walk R. S. Loring, Minister.
and a sardine box, but this making an -
initial bow is new stuff. Morning Subject at 10:30
Our Daily Puzzle Dr. Sunderland speaks on
Answer to yesterday's, which no one
guessed: Ty rus Cobb. A SYMPATHETIC VIEW
For today: How does the water get
in a watermelon?O E

SUMMER SCHOOL
TEXT,
BOOKS
And Students Sup-
plies Second-Hand
Books for all de-
partments.
University Book Store

HOW MUCH DOES DYNAMITE
COSTI
flniveretV 5cbool of The Problem.
fU)ustc Most of the Huron river drowning:.
Maynard Street Ann Arbor of the past year have occurred in one
Annual Summer Session place-just beyond the second bridge,
June 29 to August 21 beside the old pulp mill. At this point
the ruins of an old dam are concealed
Instruction in all Branches below the surface of the water, caus-
of Music ing undercurrents, and offering more
For full Information, Call than an ordinary problem for the best
at the Office. of swimmers. At no other point on the
CHARLES A. SINK Secretary river between the boat house and the
waterworks is there a really danger-
ous place.
Early this summer an especially
S ar B o w lv 'tragic drowning occurred at the above-
'W mentioned place. The body was caught
in the ruins under the water, and
could not be located for an hour-
with the means at hand. When men
with grappling hooks finally arrived
Horime made candy the pulmotor had no effect. There
fresh d.ily were a few men on the spot, and none
Prompt Service knew what to do. No one knew where
there were grappling hooks, and other
PHONE 967 means were useless. Nor was there
any telephone near or any other means
of communication.
The Solution.
The best method of solving the
problem is of course to buy some dy-
namite, and clear the river at the dan-
gerous point. How much does dyna-
mite cost? Not as much as a few
lives every year.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND There is another method for a tem-
porary solution. Twenty-five dollars
would do it. Twenty-five dollars
Complete Line would fit up a telephone to be placed
beneath the bridge, to connect with
Text Laboratory Books Tessmer's boat house, where there are
grappling hooks and men experienced
Reference Books in their use. Or grappling hooks could
Dictionaries be put in a case and placed at the
Compends, etc. bridge for instant use. Or a placard:
CASH OR EXCHANGEF OR could be printed and placed conspicu-
YOUR OLD BOOKS ously, giving information as to the
location of grappling hooks and pul-
LAROEST STOCK IN MICHIGAN motor. Or all these things could be
done.
Many people have spoken of the so-
lution, but no one has acted. The
326 S. Slate St. Tel. ?61-M 'county has priced dynamite but hasn't
bought it. The Edison Co. has said
that it would remedy the situation,
but it was not done so. The Boat club
has promised too. But it hasn't acted.
CANADlIAN IThe boat club is planning a summer
regatta of pretty canoes. It would
probably cost the club twenty-five dol-
lars for such an event. That would
be a pleasant event-But-
Say, County, Edison Co,, Boat Club,
You know the material, Anyone-How 'much does 'dynamite
lyht.cor-o.elastlic. cost, anyway?

Ed: Where can I find the coolest
place in town?
Ev: Table No. 4, in Huston's, was
the coolest spot a few moments ago.
Ed: Why table No. 4?
Ev: The balls were frozen.-S. D.
-0-
Collitch Guy (tossing a brace of git-
neys on the counter): Gimme a cara-
van!
Don, the vaudeville-salesman: What-
chumean, a caravan?
C. G. (just like this-quick): Twen-
ty Camels. -S. D.
Startlitg Statistics
The anthracite coal mined in Virgin-
i, and Penn. Is black.
A broom contains 3247 straws.
Policemen are often caught on the
streets of large cities.
A mackerel weans its young in the
fall. The teething period for a male
mackerel .comes about the fourth
month, and is often accompanied by
sharp pains in the forehead, lumbago,
or epilepsy.
COLLEGE MAN
FIGHTS VICE
-A. A. News.
May heaven reward you and keep
you victorious in your uphill struggle,
brother.
KILLS EX-WIFE, SHOOTS HER
MATE, 'THEN SLAYS SELF
Chicago Citizens Angry Over Murder
in Vice District
-Headline.
Angry over little things like that?
Tush. Chicago citizens, tush. .
-_o-
This Worked Once .
He: Er-I beg your pardon, Miss, but
weren't you at Mackinac last year?.
She: Why no, I was not.
He: Well, what a coincidence; Nei-
ther was I.

RELIGIONS OF ASIA
"ll are neeted by each one,
Noithing is fair o good aloe."
-Emersos
N. I. T.*
In the Spring a young man's fancy, but
in summertime he's swell.
lie's a vision from his toes up to hisI
locks
HP cnt the kr~~ -ilka chi

e sport the Keenest seken snirts-
and Palm Beach suits as well DETROIT UNITED LINES
And violets are embroidered in his sox.
Nutts is trumps. ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE
tly 513 days till Cirist Lirnited and Express Cars for Detroit--7-1I
dys l mas, a. m. and hourly to 6:i p. is., also 8:so
p. is.
____ _- Local Cars for Detroit-s:4 a. in., 6:o6 a.i.,
Buy your kodalx films and supplies ano de very twoho urs to o:o6 p m., 7:06 p.
m..$s6 p. in., 9,xeo p. . act ix:! S p7"'
at Sugden Drug Co., 302 S. State. tf To Vepailt1ioty:7, 6:a.in. o .ltICG
f ,n : C6 sp . ., 1 .ie p., i2 s: B sn ,)2;30
p. in., 1:00 a.D)
Limsited Cars tor Jacsonx7:4. 81. 5i od
Rent a camera at Hoppe's. 10c a exery tohoursto 7: o6p, xi
day. tf Local Cars for Jackson-5: 2 a.xn, 6:51 a.x.,
and every two hours to 6:si p. in., als^ 9:
p. as., ri:15 p. m.
Electric fixtures for sale. Inquire
at University Music House, Press All Kinds 0 Hat Work
building, Maynard St. tf R gh
Summer Students Notice FactoryHat Store
We give special attention to ama-
teur finishing. Dames & Nickels, 336I 118 E. Huron St. Near Allenal Hotel
S. State St., over Cushing's Drug
Store tf 4OVSINS HALL
Weymann Mandolutes, Martin Gui- Florists
tars, and Musical Instruments of
every description for sale at reason- Cor.12th St.and S.Univ. Ave. Phone 115
able prices at Schaeberle & Son's Mu- I
sic House, 110 S. Main St. tf Capital, $x 00 oo'oo .Surplus, $o,coo.oo
_____________Undiide ofi, 5,-cxo.
Kodaks and supplies at Calkins. tfTHE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Safe Banking and Courteois'lTreatmlent of Our
Customneis is Onr watchword
1-4 OFF 3 peroniInterestin our Savings Department
On Reach and "Ty Cobb" THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Base Ball Cloves Capasl:............. . ... ....,.$3coo
AT SurplussoasdlUnder oits......$i25.co.xoi
Resources .. ... .... . ,o000co
Tranacts as GeneraltBnkingstiu unsinoos
S w p Z E RK' S Tcnctinstoi e
310 State 3 ouxo BXxsx Bo- o sllxitedt
______a__Chas.. . Hics o, Prs., eil J. . ritzcaslt'r
avo iarriman,Vi'e-Pres, Carl .iBraun.Asst.
Cash'r,'Wi,W alz, Asst Cash'r Savings Dept.
ST AND RECREATION
'Business and Pleasure Trips
be freedom of the decks and the TEMPLE
D. & C. Line steamers ae wait-
north to beautiful Mackinac Island, ON MAIN STREET
orth country, or choose the "Water
west, you will appreciate the many SAT. July 25-'A Man for a
Cleveland, and Detroit and Buffalo. Thought'
Detroit to Mackinac Island and way
Detroit and Cleveland during July COMING NEXT WEEK
xcursions every Saturday between The Mexican war in four rees. The
Cleveland. Special Steamer Cleve- only authentic pictures taken directly
ips weekly, June 25th to Sept. 10th, on the battlefield .
etroit every trip. Daily service be-
0th to September 10th.
S, reading between Detroit and Buf-
ailable for transportation on D. & C. 'UNIVERSITY AVE PHARMACY
LET giving detailed description of COULDING d WIKEL
'eceipt of two cents to pay postage.
r Agent, Detroit, Mich. 1219 So. Unversity Avenue
NAVIGATION COMPANY
Schantz, Vice-Pres. and Genl. Mgr. Drugs, Toilet Articles, Cigars,
of of Third Street, Detroiti. Cigarettes and Candy
~KJ~NAC K - PHIOTOGRAPHjER
10IT W VEL N
L0, NIAGAA ' '-LLS f
319 E. Huron St. PHONE 96t-M
Rexall Remedies and Toilet Articles.
Edsill's Rexall Drug Store. 122 So.
Main St. Phone 35. tf
Calkins Pharmacy for drugs. tf.

A LAKE TRIP FOR RES
Use D. & C. Line Steamers for
HE refreshing lake breezes, t
luxurious comfort of the popular
ing for you. Whether you go
the famous summer resort of the No
Way" on your trip from the east or
comforts on our palatial steamers..
Daily service between Detroit and
Four trips weekly from Toledo and E
ports. Delightful flay trips between;
and August. Popular week-end e
Detroit and Buffalo, and Detroit andI
land to Mackinac Island direct, two tr
making no stops enroute except at De
tween Toledo and Put-In-Bay, June 11
YOUR RAILROAD TICKETS
falo or Detroit and Cleveland, are ava
steamers either direction.
AN INTERESTING PAMPHI
various trips will be mailedyo on ri
Address L. G. Lewis, Genl. Passenger
DETROIT & CLEVELAND I
Philip H. McMillan, President. A. A.
Steamers arrive and depart from foo
TH E COAST L1NE TO MAC
DEMTR
BUFFAI
- N4

gt i , t , r, r ,
soft in texture,durable
in quality-the ideal
fabric for a Summer
spit.
We have them, together with
a large assortment of flannels
Full Dress Suits a Specialty

For results have your films develop-
ed at Hoppe's, 619 East Liberty St. tf
Service, Quality, and Prices Right.
Edsill's Rexall Drug Store. 122 So.
Main St. Phone 35. tf
FOR RENT---Cottages in Widenmann
Grove, Whitmore Lake. Address
312 S. Division St. Phone 312-J.
12-14

. H. WILD CO, -
Leading Merchant 'Tailors July Clean-up Sale. Oxfords &
. .MM1 Suits. Campus Bootery. tf

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