T H E W O L V E R IN E
TUES. July 2-Brice McRae in "The
Ring end the Man."
WED. July 29-Kasle Special, "The
Call of the Trbe."
THUR. July 0-"Mr. Barnes of New
York." A six reeleVitagraph feature.
FRI. July 31-"The Baby Spy," a Selig
war picture. Mary Fuller in "A Tight
VARSITY T O GGE R Y S H O P
1107 South University Ave.
The Pinest Billiard Rootn ti the State
CIGARS and CANDY
"We Try to Treat You Right"
nivereftV t choo1 of
Maynard Street Ann Arbor
Annual Summer Session
June 29 to August 21
Instruction in all Branches
For full Information, Call
at the Office.
CHARLES A. SINK Secretary
109 S. lain Street
Best Ice Cre&nm%
Home made candy
LAW AND MEDICAL
NEW AND SECOND-HAND
Text Laboratory Books
CASH OR EXCHANGE FOR
YOUR OLD BOOKS
LARGEST STOCK IN MICIGAN
C. E. Barthell
326 S. State St. Tel. 761-M
[You know the 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 Dres Suits a Specialty
G H. WILD CO,
Leading Merclant 'Tailors
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.
Address, The Wolverine, Press Build-
ing, Maynard St., Ann Arbor.
Leo N. Burnett-Managing Editor
F. Gurnee Millard-Business Manager.
Athletic Editor-Charles Kendrick.
Juan Bonilla Stockbridge Hilton
Harold Bowcock Clement Jackman
' Louis Bruch Charles Johnson
Verne Burnett Dudley McClure
Wilbert Fuller Harry Vandarwarker
S. W. Donaldson, Asst. Bus. Mgr.
T. C. Hill Lee Watson
TUESDAY, JULY 28, 1914.
IF THERE SHOULD BE AN
ACIDENT THIS AFTERNOON.
Every day many canoes go up the
river, and each of them passes a spot
where a large number of tragedies
have occurred. And there may be an-
other tragedy, today, tomorrow, any
If a canoe should overturn near the
old pulp mill this afternoon or tomor-
row afternoon, the affair of early this
summer would be repeated. No one
would know where to get grappling
hooks, and no one would know the
whereabouts of a pulmoter. There
would be just a lot of futile running
If the boat club is too poor to do
anything else, let it post a sign under
the railroad bridge with the following
1. The nearest telephone.
2: The telephone number of Tess-
mer's boat house, from which men
experienced in life saving would come
3. The whereabouts of a pulmotor.
Where to reach it by telephone. Once
summoned, the Edison Co. will send It
to the scene by auto in a very brief
By posting such a sign, and placing
a grappling hook for ready use under
the railroad bridge, the tragedy of to-
morrow afternoon may be averted.
LEAGUE MANAGEMENT ISSUES
FOLDER WITH SCHEDULE
A large number of four page folders
containing the schedule for the sum-
mer session interdepartmental base-
ball league, with other information,
has been published by the manage-
ment, and is being distributed among
A copy will be found in each num-
ber of this issue of the Wolverine and
the recipients are requested to pre-
serve the booklets for future refer-
ence. A number have also been plac-
ed on the show cases of several State
street store and customers may help
themselves. All changes in the sched-
ule as printed in the folders will be
published in The Wolverine.
FIRST "BLACK FLY" IS ISSUED
Engineers Send Initial Number of
The first issue of the "Black Fly"
the weekly publication of the engi-
neers at Camp Bogardus, has reached
the Wolverine office. A cartoon fea-
tures the front page, and shows a pros-
pective engineer surrounded by camp
paraphernalia and the flying squad-
ron (mosquitoes). The issue was
printed "by hand" on blue print paper,
and with considerable difliculty, as the
campers do not have much .spare time
during the daylight hours. An attempt
will be made this week to use electric
light for printing and if successful
this method will be used exclusively.
OAR SWEATING BRAU TINKER & CO.
FURNISHERS and HAITERSto University Men
By Harold R. Schradzki 342 S. State St.
Soft for Mute C,
M. Caillaux's wife raised goodly strife
One time when in a fury A new formula for anti-perspiration
But take a glance, the trials in France cream has been discovered by an emi-
With Frenchmen on the jury. nent dermatologist. So-long to the o.
The state may rant (in truth and cant) - "
Against her and her henchmen A LITTLE KNOWLEDGE GOES A
They'll haw and hem, but not con- GREAT WAYS
dern: . H. F. BERRINGTON, FIRED FROM
The jury's full of Frenchmen. YALE, WILL GO TO EUROPE.
And speaking further about it, the
jury may lose its head, but not so the
(harming Mme. Caillaux.
One of the most difficult things in
the business is writing a last line, but
Our Daily PszzleIt's all in the business.
Yesterday: How does the water get -- - --_
in a watermelon: First prize Olga Al- For results have your films develop-
Ions, 564 S. University. Answer sub- ed at Hoppe's, 619 East Liberty St. tf
iLitted by Olg: Because they're plant- - -
^d in the spring. Second prize: G. P. Service, Quality, and Prices Right.
I., whereabouts unkown. Answer: 'Edsill's Rexall Drug Store. 122 So.
ossibly there may be leaks in the Main St. Phone 35. tf
arden. _ _
Today: What Eurorean nation is July Clean-up Sale. Oxfords &
oing to get the stuffing kicked out of Juits. Campus ootery. tf
it most any day. (File all claims with
the probate clerk).
Buy your kodak films and supplies
\ANTED-To buy or rent, a tent and et Sugdei 0rg Co., 302 S. Stale. ti
fly, in god condition, preferably.-ad Elcetric fixtures for sale. Inquire
in Ann Arbor Times News. at University Music House, Press
Wonder if they could use a few full building, Maynard St. tf
clooded ants, se.en Ilolstein mosqui-
toes, and a garter snake. Nothing like Summer Students Notice
onpany for the fly. We give special attention to ama-
'cur finishing. Daines & Nickels, 336
She (meditatively looking out over S. State St., ever Cushing's Drug
the water): Nearly every state has its Store t
He (meditatively looking around for Weyiiann Mandolutes, Martin Gui-
his spousette): Yeh, except matrimo-
Stars. and Musical Instrumnents of
Do your Christmas Shopping Early.
Rubber tissue skirts have been in-
cented for women, to further the hob-
ble effet. Stretching a good thing a
little too far.
A German scientist has invented a
motor for safety razors. Can't some
one find a battery for tooth-picks?
every description for sale at reason-
able prices at Schaeberle & Son's Mu-
sic House, 110 S. Main St. tf
Kodaks and supplies at Calkins. tf
Rexall Remedies and Toilet Articles.
Edsill's Rexall Drug Store. 122 So.
Main St. Phone 35. tf
No canvassing or soliciting required.
Good income assured. Address MER-
RILL, 1175 Broadway, New York.
Clean soda water at Calkins. tf
On Reach and "Ty Cobb"
Base Ball Cloves
And Students Sup-
Books for all de-
W A H R'
University Eck Store
DETRUIT UN' [IDUNIS
ANN ARBOR TIME TAi
GinandhExessvacrsfoes D st r
and every two hours to 6:6 p .,7o6 p.
it t. :'6 Uc in. Inc.. r 1? t.
ii...:Ix . 55mmi ie
.united Crsor Jaeckc''c
Iey two houre' c' 7: a
.ocal Cars for Jacks ns :, a
and evry c two ..- to .
P. M, r : t 5 p m
All Kilds of Hat Work
Factory Hat Store
118 E. Huron St. Near Allene Hotel
COUSINS Q, HALL
Cor.12h St.and S. Uni. Ae. Phone 1 15
C'apital,$o oron Fll us,Ss,00oo
U veccc'c cfits,.0 c,::scs
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Safe Ranking antC coureois Treat ent ofOur
customes i (ur Waitcsr
3 per cent Interest in our savings Opartment
THE AN" ARBOR SAVINGS BAN
Capta ............................ $.2o,ooo o
Surrlus andUner Prft......15ffr 00
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transects a Geseral nleing IBusners
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Chas. i. Iivscoek, Pres,Mi. ccelJ . ritiz,Cash'r
w.c HIIarriman,Vice-Pres., CarH. Braun, Ass .
Case'r, W, waz, Asst icasc'r Sav gs Dept.
UNIVERSITY AVE PHARMACY
GOULDING & WIKEL
1219 So. Unversity Avenue
Drugs, Toilet Articles, Cigars,
Cigarettes and Candy
319 E. Huron St. PHONE 961-M
ON MAIN STREET
M ON. Aug. 3-'Warning from the Past.'
WED. At. 5-Sports and Travels in
FRI. Aug. 7- The King's Will,' cii seo-
ry of Kathlyn.
SAT. Aug. B-'Mystery of Room 643.
COMING NEXT WEEK
'Too Many Husbands.
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Use D. & C. Line Steamers for Business and Pleasure Trips
HE refreshing lake breezes, the freedom of the decks and the
luxurious comfort of the popular D. & C. Line steamers are wait-
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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
comforts on our palatial steamers.
Daily service between Detroit and Cleveland, and Detroit and Buffalo.
Four trips weekly from Toledo and Detroit to Mackinac Island and way
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and August. Popular week-end excursions every Saturday between
Detroit and Buffalo, and Detroit and Ckveland. Special Steamer Cleve-
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maki'g no stops enroute except at Detroit every trip. Daily service be-
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YOUR RAILROAD TICKETS, reading between Detroit and Buf-
falo or Detroit and Cleveland, are available for transportation on D. & C.
stANe INTERESING PAMPHLET giving detailed description of
various trips will be mailed you on receipt of two cents to pay postage.
Address L. G. Lewis, Gent. Passenger Agent, Detroit, Mich.
DETROIT & CLEVELAND NAVIGATION COMPANY
Philip H. McMillan, President. A. A. Schantz, Vice-Pres. and Genl. Mgr.
Steamers arrive and depart from foot of Third Street, Dietroit, Mich.
THECOAST UINEE TO ACK
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