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August 11, 1914 - Image 3

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The Wolverine, 1914-08-11

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THE WOLVERINE

ALL ROADS LEAD TO POP'S

Wby all this doubt as to where to go,
For hreakfast, (inner. or after the show?
When right at the corner of Thayer and
Monroe.
Pop" Baneroft awaits you to say "Hello.'
I s>otth erep.
And alot of pp;
Will treat you right,
Mare, noon or eight.

To find what is hest.
Just give him a test;
And after that trial.
We'll wager you']1smile.
So after you finish the "fuss" or a "Hop,"
Follow the sign hoards:
ALL ROADS LEAD TO POP'S.

IT'S THE
STUDENTS' SUPPLY STORE.
WHO HAS THE
Morse's and Gilbert's Candy Kodak Supplies
Stationery, Pound Paper Cigars
Everything a Student Needs. Phone no. We delver the'Goods
1111 So. University Ave. Phone 1331-J

Repairing of Eye Glasses a
Specialty
LENSES DUPLICATED
FINE WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING
Haller .Jewelry Co.
Telephone 534 308 South State Street
The New Catalogue
OF THE
University of Michigan
IS NOW READY
Complete Information concerning seven departments:
Collegiate, Engineering, Medicine,
Law, Pharmacy, Hom e o p ath y,
Dentistry and the Graduate Depart-
ment and the Summer Session.
Special Courses in Forestry, Newpaper
Work, Landscape Design, Higher Commercial
Education, including Railway Administration
and Insurance, Architecture, Conservation
Engineering, Pedagogy (affiliated with Ann
Arbor Schools for Observation Study), and a
course for those preparing for the scientific
administration of departments of sanitation
and public health.
For Copy of Catalogue, Special Announcement. or
Individual Information, address
SHIRLEY W. SMITH,
Secretary University A N N A R B O R

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OPPORTUNITIES OF l INBASBmALLcO m
N TO GAIN EOUCATION 'iil (:11) der Brought to An Ar.
-; bor to Receiv~e Propter
Came to Michigan in 187{ 'Treatment
)oors Were First Opened
to Weaker Sex . MIC., August 1.-
_ 4 ° fileplaying baseball on the camp
0. Davis reviewed the edo- anion( last week, Paul Weinlander
olution ot wOed from hih- '_ollided with another player in sliding
volutin of wmenItrm bib-at '.ale ctcling lis loot in sucha
to the present day in his. t hate htla ini his loft lag was
. "The Educational Evolu-
amen" in west physics ec- Ibrolka 0. The break was a simple frac-
ytd.re.-IDoctor Stouffer, with the assist-
yesterday. The ancient pen- Ont' at the "first aid" students set the
Sreasons for ot educating " brak. Ilithat heena toot to Auin Arhor
en from certain parts of the -tlla le hmay ceive ntto per care.
and never gave them oppor- lrgay rietha prlin was .
menal eveopmnt.HeGeorge i'J. Bleekman, who was at-
ental development. Heo -atcked with appendicitis last week,
these sanme reasons were111aeat1AnArolO10'aski
wo through every genera- ndent to Ann Arbor is now back in
ointed out some of the fool-
.s they gave in defending prof. Filibert Roth, of the forestry
n. One set of reasons which PROF. WILLIAM ). IHEIN tEIRSON department, visited the camp last week
are, 1. Education of women Stranded With Family in London, Ac- and addressed the students assembled
sary, 2. Education would cording to official Reports, atle amp hing on Friday evening.
less charming to men, 3.- - -"
would endanger her mind. Alumni 1ah to Rteceive New Papers Electric fixtures for sale. Inquire
r Davis said that education The following papers will be added at University Music House, Press
was first found in the noble to the list of publications in Alumni huilding, Maynard St.
lere the education was en- Memorial hall: Atlanta Constattitton; - - -
finishing variety, teaching New York Times; Springfield R;aub- -I 'RSENTATIIVE WANTED-
, marriageable ladies the lican; San Francisco Chronicle; Wash- 'So canvassing or soliciting required.
nd ways of the court. ington Post; London Times (weekly).; Good income assured. Address MER-
gave the results of his in- London Graphic (weekly). tiLt., 117I5 Broadway, New York.
s into the school systems 13-25
erent countries, in which he Cold Soda, served right. Uiversity Cy
in none was there a place AvenuC Pharmacy f for drugs tf.
a to gain an education until ------- --
nth century. Since then one August Sale Campus Bootery-Any
colleges have opened their Buy your kodak films and supplies Gents Oxfords in store $3.98, formerly
the women students until at Sugden Drug Co., 302 S. State. tf $x.00, $5.70 and $6.00. d
e able to enter all but the
rvative colleges.
r Davis paid particular st-UNDERMUSLINS-Fresh,
ught about the changing of
from a men's to a coeduca-N ew
versity. He said that this
n 1870, and was taken ad-
in the folowing semester, W hite and
man.

STATE LIBRARY SENDS BOOKS
TO LIBRARY METHODS CLASS
The University library has recently
received from the Michigan State li-
brary at Lansing a traveling library in
50 volumes to be used as an exhibit,
in connection with the class work in
the school of library methods. Part of
the work of the Michigan State library
is to send out these traveling libraries'
to communities which are isolated or
too small to have a public library, and
the exhibit was sent to illustrate this
feature of the work to the near-libra-
rians.

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