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August 18, 1914 - Image 2

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The Wolverine, 1914-08-18

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T HE WO LV ER IN E

ORPHEUM
MON.-TtUES. Aug. 17.8--Cartyte Stock'
welt in "Spit-F'irs" by Edward Pepto.
WED., Aug. 19 -"The Candidate for
Mayor"
THUR., Aug. 20 '-C. M. Anderson in
"The Good for Nothing"
FRID., Aug. 21 - "The Terror of the
Ntaht" -
SAT., Aug. 22- The Moonestone of Foz'
"Complete Line"
OF
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
VARSITY TO G.GER Y S HO0P
1107 South University Ave.

T7H E 'WV0L VER IN E g it of i abttit is w it apeculiar I
Th ffca uen esppr ro ide tt hereactsofcurrent in- TINIKE & CO
the sciersty f Mchian ummr s'catc i e n' icu ic'c'cicg pce ithFURNISHERS and RATERS to University Ment
session. Published by the etudents on thce best of tlhems. 32S tl t
Tuesday Thursday and Saturday at-, Ce cas't blamew yout for eriieisinsg___________________
ternoons. Twenty-five issues. cur catmputs candlperisaps sotne of our
_ maieriailIpoperties. Butt we can, at PtlliiPARE NEW OFFICES FOE
Subscription rates-By carrier, sev- leaset bid youtc o tell lice aspring achool PUB3LICAT1IONS NEXT WVEEK
only-live cents for the summer; boy shvlc tasi a college educations
mailed to any address for one del- thsat icibgan is tihe Lniversity of tOp- Wtiths tis close of The Wolverine
lar. IottutOity. tsis stock, work will be begun on the
Advertising rates-Furniished upon ap-
plictio tothe usiessmanaer. , ; lseas offices for the University of Mich-
plcto o hXuies aae.E1,Ft 'i' TOEO .iI,1,TE Nl l igati publications. The store near or-
Subscriptions and ads talton at Quar- IillifOI Il A 1,icesidbyteUvriyMucHoe
ry's Cuoiuc' andSout Unier-wisll be partitionted, affording new eMh-
sily Pharmacy. Cetlctiti Cteuilii t'la to Wtitnishi re for'PTe Michigan Daily, ThseGDec
Office Hours : Managing editor, 2:0s ll Olin o.1re Icon fl iit' lfs'ntiottn oleadIleMcignnia.Ts
to 3:00 daily; business masnager,i'isIeiilrlutsconofTeMhgaDiy
3:00 to 3:00 daily. Phone 960 or eti otatrpresro fTeMcia al
- -swhich is now located ons the second of

SUMMER SCHOOL
BOOKS
And Students Sup-
Plies Second-Hand
Books for alt de-
partments.

oAj jBROS.Address, The Wolverine, Prose B3uild-
H U'IIN BOS.in , Maynard St., Ann Arbor.

Tine Finentstilliard Roomt tn the Stale
CIGARS and CANDY
"We Try to Treat You Right't
(ftnitvtV cbool of
mIIusic
Maynard Street Ann Arbor
Annual Summer Session
June 29 to August 21
Ins'truction in all Branches
of Music
For full Information, Call
at the Office.
CHARLES A. StNK Secretary

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Leo N. Blurnett--Managing Editor
Phonse-1233-M.
F. Gureee Milard--Businsess IManiager.
Phone-407-M.
Athletic E~ditor-Chiarles Kenidrick.
Rleporters
Juan Donilla Stockbridge Hiltott
Harold Boavcock Clement Jackman
Louis Brunch Charles Johnson
Verne Bnrnett Dudley McClure
Wilbert Fuller Barry Vandarwvarker
Fred. L. Packard Willis Cood( ass
Walter Watson
Busitness Stuff
S. W. Donaldson, Asst. Bus. Mgr.
T. C. Hill Lee Watson

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TUESDAY, ACCUST 18,-1914.

Sugar Bowl,
109 S. f lain Street
Best lee Crea~m
Homne made cansdy'
fresh daily
Promnpt Service
PHONE 967
I'' BOO KSI

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LAW AND, MEDICAL
NEW AND SECOND-HAND
Complete Line
Text Books
Text Laboratory Books
Reference Books
Dictiocparies
Cotnpends, etc.
CASH OR EIXCHIANGE FOR
YOUR OLD BOOKS
LARGEST STOCK tN MtCIGAN
Co.E. Bartliel
326 S. State St. RTel. t61-M
Announcing our An-
nual Exhibit of
Exclusive
Fall and
WI nte r
Woolens
Orders takeon Row or later
delivery
G. IH."WILD &co.
State Street
Leading Merchant Tailors

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'ITHE iNI ESIT Y OF OPPOJI-
'TUNI.
It is the universal, unwyavering cus-
toot. of a collegiate press to extend
this word of advice to departing stu-
dents: "Praise us, and send us stu-
dents." The summer press is partic-
ularly prone to this request, inasmuch'
s a majority of thse sunmnor students
are teachers who wvill have it Os thteir
nower to direct the higheor education
of their students.
If Michigan has pleased yen, wo
shouild be hsappy to have you praise us.
If you have had occasions to. find fault,
if you like some other university bet-
ter, we want you ts be firm to your
convictioss in erecting educationoal
guide posts for that portion of the sta-
tion's promising progeny swhich comes
under your jurisdiction.
But isi being firnsIs your consic-
tions, we want you to be broad nminded,
and want you to consider future tossi-
bilities. If 'you do, not like sotmo of
our present buildings, dun't fail to say
thsat you sate a groat new building as-
souoing shape, If yots took Frenels,
and your classroom Was poorly vensti-
lated, don't fail to rencember tlhat yntt
sawt scores of wvorkmen toilinmg on out'
of the biggest and most moodern of ed-
ucational shelters. Tell the girl whtt
iiisquises dubiously about social condi-
tions at Michiganu that two dormitories
see being built. Tell the anxious highs
school lad who likes football and othser
sports, that Michigan has one of the
finest athletic fields in the World, and
thmat a_ great nsew stadium is makinsg
it even greater. Tell those who like
music that Michigan has one of the
msost excellemit auditoriums in the
country,
If they askc about reputationt, toll
thsem that Michigan has sent more mnsc
to congress than any othser uciversi-
ty in the United States. Donst fail to
reminod them that the spirit of Hr.
Jamses B. Angell, Michigams's presidenst-
emneritus, hovers everywhere at Ansn
Arbor'.
Michigan has hsundreds of excellems-
cies which cams be felt only by the
aIl wnus. No university in the world
hsas as loyal a body of alumni. Thmere
is a net swork of alummsi associations in
every part of the country. It is the
greatest fraternsity in the world.
He firm in your convictisots when
you toll thse high ochool students
about Michigan. Perhaps you find it a
dull place in the stmmmr, but be bread
msinded amid imatcgineo the fall ancdsvins-
ter. P'icture the Micigansof test years
hsece.
The alumuso is proumd of the Mlichi-

en' dottittoe tea ttteltactot'tt'r'of S.
1nal stte a'cittttS.Ulitsaity ace.,
ts 'tillch'tglttt" ettsecn stottry, attd
ifteele tcccectof tec'otntractolrs
ate t itillithlie bttilcdintgstill be m'ecaty
to be cc ettt tcbythetlc'fit'sitt, f lay',
IT' 1 cacicg totftc' fotttndccttttnswas
fittcshtedlas~ I c t~t we ct agcttg o01mnct
is ccas woet ot'tccictclly'. Thce stet'l
pa't:t,, 'ce'c'c o Iacrive bytyhie begimc-
cigo ei(o. t c atncce:cd sworkent wilt
itt oct hcantd totacic'e cre'oitthlere anct
placct r ipoitStl5ltnccss ootn as prac-
ticcble. 'IhIe conctractI dot's cot require
thtat thc buitlitg be comcpleted before
thec firstttf S'ptemcbe'r 1915, bu~t thse
contrctotrs oreIcoiitelt c t ae itcostly
for ihetunivs city twomen'tcloncg before
thact tiune.
TIiS D'EFIk FOiR I1ii'LO AS
Dliplomas tees, lpayable' by thcose stu-
dtents wsalts c, etoiscompctlete tso ro-
quitretets dusringtc hecsc'smmtler 505-
sions, tre tdte atntdasttuld bt' settled att
thse offit't'of cisc'tctnisersity tre'asutrer
htcmc icic 13y. ,Ctcliecccs shld tlibring
a btclak loteiy ly'hlteditoct. rsm thte
sectretasry oftt11eir dtlc'tccs'ttc'Is, sltt-
ingItt) tctwcat stdsress ticsy' wsishs t' dse-
ttntts tortsartdec.
FlIOSi'TO JilEPLACUE IAWITON
IN DElTifOIl IT'JUENIL1' (CO[I1tI
Leotn W. Frost, '14, of tGratnd Rapidls,
hass beets aiptoincte'dtprobatioss officer
is lice stvenilt 'octtofIDetroit to re'-
pslaceFred l.,cttouc, '11,.wao list hsIeld
lt'e offic'e'sittss'egradatcionst ttd platts
to eterthle itisurantce'busittess this
fall.
Frs'css s t c'senconced.' withtso-
c'tologiecalstotkicnisGrantdlRaptis.
Coldt Sodas, serv ecdrigih tt iverstty
Aventuo l'harnmacy. tf
Autgust lccSa I 55le iicccl't'o y . Anty
Cs'tc's ttxfor'cs itsFore'$'.98 1, lif'ttmetrly

tte cPross suttdtng wttt so remnoved
to cte basetnttwhich is being pre-
pared for the purpose.
'The bttsittess office of Thse Michtigast
Datilyc-ill be occupied by the mantager
of the tnusical clubs, ist wotking out
the' ititterary of the Atlantic trip to be
takets in the spring of 1916.
Calkitns Pharmsacy for drugs. tf.
Student
Furniture
FURNISH YOUR ROOMS
EARLY.
Most complete assortment
of Doube Deck Beds, Chlf-
oolers, Study Tables, Desks
Choirs and Rockers, which
we offer at a price that will
make your rooms attractive
MARTIN HAILER
Furniture Carpets Rugs
Clean soda salon. at Calkins. ci
Duy your kodak films and supplies
att Sugden Drug Co., 302 S. State, tf
ItEPRESENTATIIVE WANTED-
No canvasointg or soliciting required.
Cood itncome assured, Address HER-
RtILt,. 1171 Broadway, New York.
13-25
August Sale Camtpus Bootery. Any
Gettt's tOxtords itt store $3.98, formerly
$5100, $5.10 and $6.80. tf
1-4 OFF
On Reach and "Ty Cobb"
Base Ball Gloves
AT
SWVITZE R'S
310 Stat.

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DETROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLIC
Limitedasd ExrsstCas toeDetroit-7'1o
at. ancdSorly isocta1op. m, atto 8tto
p. m
Locol Cors los Detrot-5:4t'a. cm., 6oa. ina
and every twous etos6:o6p. m, 7:o6 p.
m.. 8:o p. .tt, sct p. m_ arid toc i.tm.
TosYpsiltoly "t'1s n. : . 0ac.m,5511 :16
a. si.. c:06 ap tic., 1t :1;yp tic., 12c:51). c 1 t::30
P.oM.,I1:00ea..
Limtited Corst isfoe also-to7:46 a. l. otnd
every tlo hours to s7:46p. m
Leol Corst los Jocsoa--5:12sa. sos, 6:5ta. OM.,
and ever twoeoussto 6:51p. 1n., alsto g:
p. M0,1:15 p.m0.
All Kinds of Hat Work
Done Right
Factory Hat Store
i18 E. Huron St. Near Allenel Hiot
COUVSINS ~HALL
Florists
Cot. 1215 St. and S. holy, Ave. Phone1 1 5

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IWAWFR
University Book Store

A LAKE TRIP FOR REST AND RECREATION
Use D. & C. Line Steamers for Business and Pleanure Trips
HEeeshing loke hrerezes, the freedom of the decks and the_
Tuxrouos comfort of the popolar D. & C. Lice steamers agee wait.
tog for you. Whether you go north to beautiful. Mackinac Island,
tse famnois umer rsorot of tseNorth country, or choose the "Water
Woy" o0 yous irip frms tse soilor west, you will oppreciate die esay
comfosts 00 sos palatial oteamers.
Daily setvice totweesoDHtsoit and Clevelaod, sod JDetroit ond Bolffeta.
Foss srips weetly frtorn Toledo ood Detroit to Mackinas Island one- way
pots Delightful day tript hetweeo Detsoit sod Cleveland during July
end August Popolar week-sod excursions every Satorday hetween
Detrsit ond Buffalo, sod Detsoit sod Cl.eeland. Special Steamer Cleve-
lanECo a inaL I slandrctoiswelyJune 2thA C et.10h
main o tosenoteexet DetroitCever t i Dal erie e
twe oed n u-By uneFALho.Septembr 10th.
OUEDORAIL~ROTCES edn etenDtotadBf

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CapittI,$icolooots Surtplus', assess as
Undiidedc Prtofits, ',,ctctse
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Saf Baning andtCtoutetousc'ircct~c tt tltu
Cusitmes s tOsr Watchwsacs
3 per centlInterest inouorSavings Departmnst
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capit............... '"..$;o'"oo
5upu atnd Utntdtivided Prt'fits., nocoo
Srptustanctd Un e cPrtit',..,... 150oo
Resourcecs-. ................ 5 e o sico
'transacts a Generan Backing Bustners
3 per Cetitesrest pid onitScaitigs Dtoits
Cthas. E.iHiscock, Pres.i, cael J. ~iis,I.sh'r
W.D. nsscimttiti,'iceet 's., 5Cartl I t ,Astst.
Cahr Wnciw Waltsast Cos'rsaltns aDept.
UNIVERSITY AVE PHARMACY
GOULDING & WIKEL.
1 219 So. Unversity Avenue
Drugs, Toilet Articles, Cignrs,
Cigarettes and Cahndy
PHtOTOGRAPHIER
319 C. ttsroe St. FPHONE 96t-Si

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TEMPLE THEATRE
ON MAIN STREET
TUES., Aug. 1 a-"In the Sink cf Time,"
"The Counterfeiters," "The Cireus and
the Bey."
WED,, Ace 18-" Through Tho Flamos"
with Alice Hollister
FRt., Asg 21--lourt of Death" Last
the Adeenturns% of Kathlyn
SAT., Aug. R24i-"Voce Iron tke Wilder-
ness,"with Francis X.Bushman _
NEXT W'tEEK - "Fathnr's Flirtations"
(with John Bcnny)

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