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June 25, 1914 - Image 2

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The Wolverine, 1914-06-25

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T 1I E W 0 L V E R IN E

ORPHEUM
Thur'. June, 25-Chas. Klein's "DAUGH-
TERS OF MEN'
Fri. June, 26-Gladden James In "THE
VANITY CASE". (Vitagraph Drama)
Sat. Jane 27- Maurice Costello in 'THE
ACID TEST" (Viagraph Drama)
Mon-Tus. Jn29-30OArnold Daily
in 'THE PORT OF MISSING MEN"
"Complete tLine'l
OF
MEN'S FURNI'4HINGS
VARSITY 1 066 ER Y S HOFP
1 107 South University Ave.
HUSTON11BROS
The Finest Billtiard Raoam in the. Statt
CIGARS and CA'NDY
"We Try to Treat You Right'
'lunivereitV Zcbool of
(011iWc
Maynard Street Ann Arbor
Annual Summer Session
June 29 to August 21
Instruction in all Branches
of Music
For foil Information, Call
at the Office.
CHARLES A. SINK Secretary
Sugar IBowl
109 S. flain Street
best Iee Cres.m 1
Home made caridy
fresh daily
Prompt Service
PHONE 967

17' -1 '#(I)IL.Ni' IR I "4 tasok. It lia" requied amaiyc cit and
________________________________pulleys.
Thesof1icia1'tudent newspaper for The liu dIine has run ; ,-l('sihly, none'
the tUniversity of Michigan summer oit the hi ttc have( slippei;, acid there-
session. Poblished by the students on fore let the ulmaamlteelit tale a, rose
Tuesday Tbursday and Saturday at- fromI the hal 111 1t lte actor as he
ternoos. Twenty-fie issues. goes halck intoI the'green 10r1omiorhas
sireet (10t111.
Addres-The Wolverine, Press Bid
iug, Maynard St., Ann Arboralich
0ffice Doors: Managing Editor--1:00 COMMENCEMENT COMMENTS
2:0Daily; Business :Manager 1:0 BtGorg- ,1Cro,
3:00 iDaily. Phone 960 or 214. 1 I'II .I(- itS '0I)-BIl
rSubscription rates- l.y carrier, see-\Now llty tells a11 loeuii
culy-five cenlts for the siummer, leli llts11 ll ii~l'
maliled to any address fecrOone dol- I reallize :liii gtoine,
Advertising rates-Fuernishedll upon11a5- Ii 5 illl'ei scim illi t,l
pllicationl 1o the bllsiness lmalnage..And trief 511112 iWer'i11o,11'11
Subscrip~tionsandild (ls taken at Qsnlr- I'11plid 111every mctl ,
-Iry's, Cushing'5s Slnd South tUniver- 1-Cow!1I'vlelpaid myllfinal bitt.

TNER & CO,*

sity IPharielly.
Loo N. Borlet tManaginlgjEiditor
P'honse-1283-M.
P'hone-407-M1.
AtletiicItiitorCh('boes lKendih.
THtURSDIAT, JPNE 25, 1914
t'tatMiIINS O)F AMtEItICA
M~ichiganl's 1914 Varsity disbanded
yesterdasy as the Champions of Amner-
ica.
Dope is always a flexiblseluality
it oily be ofteln reasonled Itsat ai teamil
defeats itself. Dot in the case of the
1014 baseball situlation ill America,
dolls is so stron~g ill 001 direction thati
it loses eintirely its accustomed flexi-
bility.
Michigan's claima to the champalio-
sipl is foun~ded on the grounds thati
it hlas swe~pt1111' east, sou~thlandl west.
Cornell sald Penlo arc tilt'admlitted
leailers of tile east, havinlg defeatedlt
igan h ass taken two strlaight Irolin
Cornell, an~d tenoslit of three frcool
P'enn. The onlly qiucstionlable easternI
gamel was the 6 to 5 defeat at P'rinlce-
toln, whlichl strulck M~liciligan ill a slump
wchens Sister injuredl his arml.
In the wecst Michigan has tlakcn twos
0l1 lutfthrel' fromllNotre Oami', whose
superiority over the t'onferecerctclams
is admuitted bey many of thc lattcr anld
by 51111051 1115entire lpress.
Ill thc sou~th ich~iligall took seven
oult 01 eighlt illits 01111y'trill.
(It is on these grounds tha~t Mill'-
iga11 disbands as Chalmpionls of Amelr-
ica. Whether admoitted or 1101, ihe
1914 teanm tils left behlind a record by
whlichl she may15 be glad a Conferecec
schedlie is not her lot.
Whlether Champions of Anlericls or
Chlampions of the World, the 1914
dialmind men1111are un~dispulted ctin~-
plionls of tha e erts of 5,0010 stuldelnts
alnd tmany more thollsand aliumn~i.
A NOSTE OF TII7IBITE
It is tol Ill Varsity men who are
leavinlg the unliversity that Michigans
stu1dents girl' their deepest note of
respect. tBaribeau, Quaintance, Daker,
Bate, Howlard and IRippler are the
ve teranis whiol have' played their last
gamei1 for Michigan. Let theml have
the re'spetef veteransi, for lilly lace
pilycdi:Michigani to an inspiring pin-
niacle of diamlond sulpremacy.

and 1a ilirri,),iiilieel.' 'thot tie for-
111 endl, linid1111'laller is ljust a a usel-
ninllofSlit 'I till' itill siut'
Als110, ttill's15cm ''1 i '511110' 'dil
not orII iia'' leo il the' s " , with11
legal Iitile ille111o111t1e(Cltillpus1 li
One tiling lckingi is th e old fashlion-
shill 111111tliiialiisiit * litetryt, leaied
frtight iltll lii illap '' tie little wo'-
111111"stir wasic 'I i)( 11iliiforniit, 'and it
,soull~lldehe's'"
As IllIs
''Oi, till lietis,.'the' yiittidiil ry;
''*11111 is tail i hing- in black,
A girt,01' just; 11 common1ul .'
'illsss'h11 onti tsl'11111ballk."
II011011 it flaule arou1111, I 01111
fellosc,-hi'b11111ef11! ie lmight; sur-
pisci'yo0. Thi a is is boy's wIill al-
nifty 5 '0 _0 ti'?littth lii'gad-
ue.l1Toe)l h

FURNISHERS and HATTERS to University MenI
342 S. Stale S.
UNIVERSITY AVE PHARMACY
GOULDINO & WIKEL
1219 So.,Unversity Avenue
Drugs, Toilet Artices, Cigars,
Cigarettes and Candy
ENTERTAINMENTS AND TALKS
PLANNED FOR SUMMER SCHOOL
Univer'siy lnd (vicA's'ig'atinite114
Series
t'ommen1'lcig eat eek, a seris of
selcial letures a111 entertainmeints
wiill continule throughout the summer,
irce to thc public and students attend-
111g summier session. The summer
session is co-operaing with the Ann
Arbor Civic association in the sum
micr 'ntertainmlent pians, ad a more
comleite program of events may be
obtained froml a special bulletin, pub-
lished by the Civic association weekly,
The5 first awek is to be called "Re
ligious Week," and will cotain nm-
rails affairs in addition to those listed
below' which have a pulrely university
111d school of muslic manageenelt The
lrogramlofollows:
Monalily, Jul15 29-Introductory ad-
dress, President 1H. B. Hutchins, west
lecture' room~, pysical laboratory,
:00 p.1m.
'luesday, June 30-Lecture-The
Alrts o01Illulstrationl (illusrated, Li-
brarian '. W. Koch, west lecture
caoil, physical laboratory, :00 p. mn.
Lecture-Till'Ihriante of D-
sesi'ui, rofessor A. S. Varthin, west
amphfilitea'lter, medical building, 8:00
p. m1.
Weidnesday, July 1-Lecure-Mexi-
co snd Some of Her People (ilustrat-
i'd), Professor J. i. Alell west lecture
roome, physical laboratory, :00 p. m.
Orgall reital, Mr. Earl V. Moore,
Hill auditorium, :00 p. m.
'T'hursday, July 2-Reception, by Ills
P'resident for the students of the sm-
ner session, alumni memorial hall,
5:010i.ime
Lcture-Thie Biblical Manuscripts
of Europe, Dr. E. S. Buchanan, Ox
ford, England, west lecture room,
physical laboratory, 8:00 p. m.
Friday, July 3-Lecture-Manufac-
lois of Japanese Lac and Lacquer
Wars (Illisraed), Deaii A. B. Ste-
eiis, iwest lecture room, physical lab-
ratory, 5:00 i.1.
Lecuire-Vera ros and Vcitiy
(illustrated, lReget J. E. eal, west
lecture ros, physical laboratory,
8:00i p. i.
talkins lPharmacy for drugs, f.
Lust-_-A, iiuch valued copy of Prunel-
111 o11Tuesdaly. Finder returnt
1027 E. Cniversity. Reward.
Lust-Cold bow gasses in brown
ease(acked A. 0, Bedford, Ioni,
Mlic. :Reward.
S WITZE Rs
HARDWARE
310 STATE STREET

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MILLINERY
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Clamlus IBootery.
308 S. State St. 1-2
Fu111ltlund Freshl roasstcled peants,
tenl cents. iDean & Co., LIII., 214 S.
Main St. 1-3l.
Gll NtiI;It'S.
Danlcing fromll9 to 12 every NVednelis-
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CO~FYEE IIlO tit.
Coffec anid jumbito tieaniuts roastcd
fresh da~ily. Solil retail at whleisalel
priccs, also Teas and Cocoa, 211 East
Liberty. 1-6.
The latest campulls views snow11 0n
sali' at1 Dailsesiaid Nickels, 226 5.
Sta~te. Ovec Cllshiigs Drlug Stor'.

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., i LIVE
(>h -:rolldl I, Slirotiki)
We'r c Iiiity19-one1' and11older 5011 ii'e 1'
1.1 - tasteil life.
Wievei'ever felt the battle at isbest.
W'i'ec 101ki'il11111dliltulansodadleld
while prep111111 liii tiii't(ite j
1101 11e1er hase ice hilethe sacid
tes't.
Nsii io livi.
Wevisiat it(11111' plastit'beiigs, in the
miouldinogtimelloft yiiithi
The shlahpinigcoiiil hefool (ticworsec)
'heLic abor'atory acidtest iof Life'i-'
Andthch litus is uiii'poteiitall ('all
Noic , it'te.
Oiuri dgmals andur111'staniiairds and
our iioriias witlIsist askesw
Our sophi'stric'c 51(11 111011iit hiinte
The isorld wsill icor n iiohtiaetrit
cha~nge iupmn our viesi
But whlat wiliseseas built at Mich-
iganl.
1)11 ii IiE'rolleduiu lo ii 11) c iiierm,
have enolsied liir that suimircwiorl
in the llswii'epartmenti. iid it is ex--
pecteid 10111before the ii eck is ovsr
this riumblier Nslit he considerablyi-
creiseud. Enrollmnststartesd iarly 'in
the wveek anut hy'Moday evein~g it
5111 rescued 139, tii bein. 10 miore
thlan (lie 111111eri'o0 stuidents in the
dtepartmet Ia "eir 'g0.
Kodaksan(] itsillplita Sat Calkiiis. tf.
('OIAL 1100ENDSALff
CamipuistBostery.
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DETROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOM TIME TABLE
Lirwited anidExressanrCus fur Oetri-yri
a, si, aiidhourly Io hlna p. in., als tui
Local Cars fsr Detroiti-5:4u0a. in., 6o6uia.m.
and eerytwo hoursnto i:o6ip. in., 7:o6p.
TouYpsilastieonly:u7t4e a. m., :20 .mI., 111160
a. m.,506p. m.,1:1: p"sm, 12:5p. m1, 12:301
p. m.,ul:00 . m.
Limsited Cuss for Jackson-7u46 a, m. ard
every lwo hours to 7:46 p. to.
Lucal Cas for Joehso--ll.t .,6:1a. ill.,
anodeverytwouhour to 6:5T p. M., laso 9-2
p. m-, at1:15 p. M.
TUTTLEi'S
LUNCH ROOM
LUNiCHES and SODAS
338 South Stekte St.
COVSINS W45%HALL
Florists
Cor. 12th Stand S. Univ. Ave. Phone 115S
Capital, $i oaoo Surplus, $50,000.00
Uniidd.P rufits. $25,sss,00
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
ANN ARBOR, MICH..
Suafr Bunking asS Coreou 1rrsliieltof Osr
Custoelrs is Our Watchwosrd
3 par cnat Interest in nur Savings Department
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Srplmusadndiildrd Prois-, seeooso
Surplus and iUder Prsfits ...........hlavosoaa
[Transacts a General Bankalng Iusinless
3perrCentlintrstlpaid ohaisgDe~poit
Your Butiness Sullited
Chus. B. misock, Pres., Micharl J. gritzCush'r
W5.0. OTariuis,Visr-Frrs , Curl F. Btuun, Ast,
Cus',Will wulo Asst Sash'ruSavigsDept.
TEMPLE THEATRE
ON MAIN STREET
Friday June 26 - Spell Bound
Multitude - 9th story of the ad-
ventures of Kathleyn..
Hardy's Heritage -Pathe Drama
Sat. June 27-Three Scratch
Clue.

A COMPETENT MACHIINE
011e seldom judges the play by wchat
is talkinig p11ce behiiid the scencs. Ti'
haveci litle regard for the machinoery
siheni we arc lookhng for results. Biul
wiheii ihe swseaty stage mechanic wip-
es hs bruoiaind lights hlis pipe after
the hushl curlain, let him pluck oiie
tiny flosses from thie boquet of tlie star
serfflrlle..
And ev'csalumnlili reunions depenid
somie'ihait 011their manl~agemenlt. Thhi
reunlionls of 1914, siih end today,
havec bien -affairs allossing fewc idle
momnts. No aliinuis has wanidered
about forsaken Is inquire the where-
abouts of thie old medic building or
otlier forgotten lanldmlarks. The re-
unions of 1914 have been gathieriiigs
malrksed by a mnelody of sentiment and
a1 vibralnt udertone of Michiganspislr-
it'
Thi'elntertaiInmen~t of hundreds of
men11 a111dssomnuof diviergenat inte'rcsts
an disliifrent ages tils beien a1comple515x

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Alsoicure Soft Water used in Shamupooing
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AT
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One bock north from Hill Auditorium
75 cts. per Day Dinner 35 cts.
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