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The Wolverine, 1914-08-01

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THE WOLVERINE

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ORPHEUM
SAT. Aug. 1-" A WAYWARD
DAUGHTER." 2 reel Vitagraph
feature.
MON.-TUES., Aug. 3-4-TuOS.
ROSS in "THE ONLY SON."
"Complete Line"
OF
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
VARSITY T O G G E R Y S H O P
1 107 Seuth University Ave.
HUSTON BROS.
The inest Billiard Room in the State
CIGARS and CANDY
"We Try to Treat You Right"
ntnversitV c0oo0 of
Maynard Street Ann Arbor
Annual Summer Session
June 29 to August 21
Instruction in all Branches
of Music
For full Information, Call
at the Office.
CHARLES A. SINK Secretary
Sugar Bowl
109 S. Plain Street
Best Ice Crewam
Home made candy
fresh daily
Prompt Service
PHONE 967
BOOKS
LAW AND MEDICAL
NEW AND SECOND-HAND
Complete Line
Text Books
Text Laboratory Books
Reference Books
Dictionaries
Compends, etc.
CASH OR EXCHANG FOR
YOUR OLD BOOKS
LARGEST STOCK IN MICHIGAN
C. E. Barthdel
326 S. State St. Tel.t61-M
SCANADIAN
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
G HWIL G CO
Leading MercbatsnT'ailers

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.
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, Cushing's and South Univer-.
sity Pharmacy.
Office Hours: Managing editor, 2:00
to 3:00 daily; business manager,
1:00 to 3:00 daily. Phone 960 or
2414.
Address, The Wolverine, Press Build-
ing, Maynard St., Ann Arbor.
Leo N. Burnett-Managing Editor
Phone-1283-M.
F. Gurnee Millard-Business Manager.
Phone-1407-M.
Athletic Editor-Charles Kendrick.
Reporters
Juan Bonilla 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, AUGUST 1, 1914.
M . MARKS, PLEASE GIVE US A
PLACE'O0S1.
With the exception of a few station-
ary planks with iron pipe backs, there
is no place to sit on the campus of the
University of Michigan.
During the spring, and through Com-
mencement week, benches were to be
found at many a shady spot. Now, in
the summer, when shade and lounging
are most desirable, we have to seek
our rooms and front porches.
We hear that the campus benches
are stored away in some basement or
other. We don't know why they were
thus hidden. Perhaps some of them
were stolen; perhaps it was thought
that by removing the benches, walking
on the grass would become less pop-
ular. These are no reasons for de-
priving the campus of Michigan of its
meager signs of hospitality.
Ann Arbor is barren enough without
taking away the seats. There are a
lot of summer school people here who
would enjoy sitting on the campus "of
an evening."
Please, Mr. Marks, let us have a
place to sit.
A SUGGESTION REGARDING
FUTURE SUMMER DIRECTORIES,
The directory ends in this issue.
Publication of names of summer ses-
sion students in The Wolverine is in-
adequate, inconvenient, and distress-
ing, not only to the reading public but
to The Wolverine itself. It was under-
taken this summer because it has al-
ways been done before. This, we ad-
mit is a poor reason.
Every summer the enrollment be-
comes larger. This year the session
is more than half over when the last

name is printed. Next year an at-
tempt to print a list even larger would
be nothing less than a joke.
In future summers the university
should arrange to have all the names
carefully catalogued by the end of the
first week of summer session. A com-
plete list should be typewritten and
mimeographed, or carbon copies
should be made. Then a copy of the
complete directory could be placed in
the library at a State street store, and
other convenient places for ready ref-
erence early in the summer.

* LETTEtS FROM 'HE * UNITARIAN CHURCH
Letter No.2. * State cor. Huron
** * * * * R. S. Loring, Minister.
Dear Ed:-Lunnon is no place for a
real live American, it is too much like
the balky mule, as sloe as gin. We Morning Subject at 10:30
were here four days and got caught in
one of those famous London fogs. Af- TENNYSON and the
ter wandering about half the night
trying to find our way back to the ho- CONFLICT WITH
tel, we walked off a wharf and got all DOUBT
wet. If there is anything that I des-
pise it is getting soaked with my cloth-
es on in a foreign land. It isn't so bad He fought his doubts
at home, but to get an English bath and gather'd strength
because you couldn't see thru their He would not make his
blamed fog was more than. I could judgments blind."
stand. You know me Ed, so we left for
France on a night boat.
That's a long, tedious ride across
the channel. It made me think of TINKER & CO.
some of those interurban rides we
used to take to Detroit. I was so sea FURNISHERS and HATTERSito University Men
sick when we finally landed in Brit- 342 S. State St.
tany that I immediately looked up one
of those famous French cafes. You-u
know me Ed!
A French cafe is one of the most N-ise Drives Out Psychology Class
peculiar things on the continent. You Course 7 in elementary psychology,
are bowed in by a pretty little man given by Mr. Dockeray in the old psy-
with waxed moustache. We reached chological laboratory, just east of the
Paris about nightfall. All the men were new science building, has been moved
lounging in front of the gardens de to other quarters on account of the
plaisir, with cute cigarette listlessly noise of the construction work. The
held between their lips. class will meet Monday in lecture
I couldn't stand this French pace. room 303 of the chemical building.
You-u know use Ed! So we went over
into Switzerland. As we took a night Position open for experienced col-
train we couldn't see Mt. Shasta or lector at Mack & Co. 16
some of those other horns of matter
that the geologists talk about. We C
Calkiins Pharmacy for drugs. If.
expect to stop on our way back.
We kept on into Italy and I hope to
write you something about Napels and Cold Soda, served right. University
the beautiful sky next time. Avenue Pharmacy. f
Yours abroad,-
A VANDAL. Kodaks and supplies at Calkins. tf
Phone 416. We deliver your drugs.
For results have your films develop-
ed at Hoppe's, 619 East Liberty St. tf Rexall Remedies and Toilet Articles.
----- Edsill's Rexall Drug Store. 122 So.

SUMMER SCHOOL
TEXT
BOOK
And Students Sup-
plies Second-Hand
Books for all de-
partments.
WAHR'S
University Book Store
DETROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE
Listried and Express Cars for Detroit-7:1
a. m. and hourly to 6:ia p. m., also 8.1o
Local Cars for Detroit-5:4s a. m., 6:06 a. m.,
and every two hours to 6:o6 p. m., 7:o6sp.
m.. 8:o6 p. m., g : i p. M., and 10:15 p. m.
ToYpsilantionly: 7:46 a. m.,8: a ..nis11:06
a. m.. 3:06p. i.' :15. is., 12:15 p. D., 1:30
P. m . ,i1:0a. D.
~iiteid Cars or csos-7:46 a.ei. lad
every two hours7to :46 p. m.
Local Cars for Jackson-5:12 a. m-, 6:51 a. M.,
and every two hours to 6:5 p. m., alsoas:i
p. m., 11:15 p. M.
All Kinds of Hat Work
Done Right
Factory Hat Store
118 E. Huron St. Near Allenel Hotel
COUSINS (f HALL
Florists

Service, Quality, and Prices Right.
Edsill's Rexall Drug Store. 122 So.
Main St. Phone 35. tf
Buy your kodak films and supplies
at Sugden Drug Co., 302 S. State. tf
Electric fixtures for sale. Inquire
at University Music House, Press
building, Maynard St. tf
Weymann Mandolutes, Martin Gui-
tars, and Musical Instruments of
every description for sale at reason-
able prices at Schaeberle & Son's Mu-
sic House, 110 S. Main St. tf
Rent a camera at Hoppe's. 10c a
day. tf
Clean soda water at Calkins. tf

Main St. Phone 35. tf
REPRESENTATIIVE WANTED-
No canvassing or soliciting required
Good income assured. Address MER-
RILL, 1175 Broadway, New York.
13-25
Summer Students Notice
We give special attention to ama-
teur finishing. Daines & Nickels, 336
S. State St., over Cushing's Drug
Store tf
1-4 OFF
On Reach and "Ty Cobb"
Base Ball Cloves
AT
SSWITZ ER'S

P

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T HE refreshing lake breezes, the freedom of the decks and the
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Daily service between Detroit and Cleveland, and Detroit and Buffalo.
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YOUR RAILROAD TICKETS, reading between Detroit and Buf-
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steamers either direction.
AN INTERESTING PAMPHLET giving detailed description of
various trips will be mailed you on receipt of two cents to pay postage.
Address L. G. Lewis, Gen. Passenger Agent, Detroit, Mick.
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UNIVERSITY AVE PHARMACY
GOULDING & WIKEL
1219 So. Unversity Avenue
Drugs, Toilet Articles, Cigars,
Cigarettes and Candy
PHOTOGRAPHER
3t9 E. Huron St. PHONE 961-M
TEMPLE THEATRE
ON MAIN STREET
SAT. Aug. 8- Mystery of Room 643.
COMINC NEXT WEEK
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