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The Wolverine, 1919-07-03

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THE WOLVERINE,

Annual July Sale is an opportunity for Young Men attending Summer School to Save Considerable Money at this

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CLOTHING

:LOTHING

SALE

MICHAELS-STERN
CLOTH ING

In this sale are included only garments that are correct instyle, made from finest of pure wool fabrics and the tailoring
the highest quality. At our regular prices, the garments were a bargain and were offered for less money than others

rere asking for the similar quality. At this discoun t, it is a real money-saving o portunity.

STYLES
While we have many models for business
en; yet we have an exceptionally fine line in
aist seam and other styles wanted by young.
)llege men who want snappy styles.

THIS GREAT MONEY-SAVING SALE.
Is Now In Full Swing

COLORS
Light, dark, in conservative patterns as well as
the very smartest of the new novelty effects and
whatever your preference may be we can
please.

and you had better come at once in order to
tions before the stocks are reduced.

secure selec-

- U S I U U S U
- U U - . - U - U

lar $20.00 values

Regular $25.00 values

Regular, $30.00 values

Regular $35.00 values
go at

Regular $40.00 values

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Regular $45.00 values

Regular $50.00 values

Regular $55,00 values

go at

go at

go at

go at

go at

go at

go at

$16.00

$20.00

$24.00

$28.00

$32.00

$36.00

$40.00

$44.00

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SUITS
s and blacks, all late
are included at a

SPECIAL

STRAW HATS

styles, pure wool

One lot of men's late style, wool suits, few
of a kind, worth $20 to $25, at

Our entire stock of Sennet Braid Straws
will go at a
Big-Reduction

SPRING OVERCOAT
in top coat styles, in medium and dark colors,
all late styles, well made
$5.98

10 per cent discount

, $15.00

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FERME CASH
DURING SALE

Don't Forget that this is the Sale where Quality Goods go at Cut Prices
Lindenschinitt,Apfel &Co.

TER°MSICASH
DURING SALE

t- Fiend Has
id 1rainstorm
inued from Page Three)
4 ear, "In the ring." So I
and listen you to me, I mis-
psey for a dark prelim fight-
n I take a swim I always get
t this guy Dempsey--well I
L later that he was tanned,
ack broke a punching bag
show' how he was gonna
Avillard, he saw me in the
and called me in to visit
mally, where we would have
and not be among the
abble.
ack and me are good friends
t in fori a while and while
call him that for short, was
>bed down he told me about
mg and his fine condition and
gonna invest his money.
n' you and me people, I can't
n' else, strictly speakin' but
is gonna certainly win this
h. and as how Willard don't
host of a livin' chance against
'el of a fluent man, Dempsey.
MY 1 )IRDMEN FLY
X10 MILES IN 298 MINUTES
gton, D. C., July 2.-Two
ators recently made a flight
les in a De Haviland 4 plane,
lianapolis to Selfridge field,
emens, lich, in 298 minutes.
e was Indianapolis to Ran-
150 miles in 90 minutes;
to Monroe,' 75 miles in, 80
Monroe to Chicago,35 miles
nutes; and Chicago to Sel-
ld, 250 miles in 108 minutes.
ssed Lake Michigan.
iators were Lieut. Harry E.
pilot, and Lieut. Lloyd C.
"n, passenger.

REV. LLOYD C. DOUGLAS
TO GIVE SIX~ LECTURES
The First Congregational church has
announced a program of sermons
which are to be delivered by the Rev.
Lloyd C. Douglas. There will be a
series of six lectures on "Pressing
Needs of Modern Life," which will be
delivered on the six Sundays of July
and August.
The program is as follows: Sunday
morning, July 6, at 10:30--"The Re-
discovery of Tranquillity;" Sunday
morning, July 13, at 10:30-"The Im-
pe.chment of Opportunism;" Sunday
morning, July 20, at 10:30-"The Ap-
preciation of Our Bequest;" Sunday
morning, July 27, at 10:30-"The Re-
valuation of Our Bequest;" and Sun-
day evening, July 27, at 7 :30-Union
service), "Do the Dead Speak?" an
examination of the latest literature
concerning supernormal communica-
tion.
ARCHITECTS' EXAMINATIONS
NOW BEING CONDUCTED HERE

and other ports, and travel to tue
terior, is prohibited temporarily.

in-

BISHOP SPEAKS BEFORE
. AMERICAN LIBRARIANS

I

TEACHER'S PHILOSOPHY OF
LIFE, TODAY'S LECTURE .TOPIC

i

Examinations are now being .con-
ducted in the Engineering building for
candidates who wish to practice arch-
itecture in the State of Michigan.
These examinations are conducted by
the Michigan State Board for the Reg-
istration of Architects, in accordance
with a law passed four years ago which
limits the right to practice architec-
ture to those who qualify by examina-
tion, as in the case of law and medi-
cine.
The present examination is being
taken by a larger numberof candi-
dates than any previous one. This
situation is attributed to the unusual
opportunities presented to architects
by the demand for buildings, a short-
age of which was created by the stop-
ping of building operations during the
last two years.
SANITA1RY EASURES CHECK
OUTBREAK OF YELLOW FEVER
San Salvador, July 2.-Strict sani-
tary regulations at La Union and San
Miguel apparently have checked an
outbreak of yellow fever. Only four
cases are reported now in San Miguel,
and these are isolated. As a means of
nreventing the snread of the diselse

"The Teacher's Pholosophy of Life I
and Happiness" will be the subject of i
a lecture by Prof. W. H. Pyle, ofthe
University of Missouri, to be given at
5 o'clock this afternoon in the Natural
Science auditorium.
Professor Pyle is professor of edu-
cation at Missouri and is teaching sev-
eral courses in education in the Uni-
versity this summer. He is recognized
as one of the leading educational
psychologists in the country.
Professor Pyle also conducted class-
es and lectured at thetUniversity dur-
ing the 1918 Summer term.,
MEXICANS USE MOVIES TO AID
IN IMPROVING AGRICULTURE
Mexico City, July 2.-Moving pic-
tures will be used by the Mexican gov-
ernment to demonstrate to Mexicans
how to apply modern machinery to
farm life. Pastor-Rouaix, secretary
of agriculture, and several federal en-
gineers have left the capital on a tour
to promote better farming, using the
pictures to show the farmers how to
do it.
Brass the Best Known Alloy
Brass is perhaps the best known and
most useful alloy. It is formed by fus-
ing together copper and zinc. Differ-
ent proportions of these metals pro-
duce brasses possessing marked dis-
tinctive properties. The proportions of
the different ingredients are seldom
precisely alike; these depend upon the
requirements of various uses for which
the alloys are intended. Peculiar qual-
ities of the constituent metals also ex-
ercise influence on the results.
France to Import Coal from U. S.
Paris, July 2.-Louis Loucheur,
minister of reconstruction, said in the
chamber of deputies today that the
French government is arranging to
import 1,000,000 tons of coal from the
United States, using a special fleet
,for the work.
Wolverine delivered at your door
three times a week at $1.00 per term.

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mean that their judgment must neces-
sarily he final and instantly accepted.
Nay, it was their initial wisdom, which
made possible the gradual winning by
the librarians of a professional status
in the minds of thousands of com-
manding officers, soldiers, sailors,
marines.

"I believe it is now true that even
the scornful and the doubting among
the military have seen that books plus
librarian are very different from books
alone. And it has been nn small gain
for us as a profession that 'scores of
our folk, mostly our younger members,
have had to win their way to this
esteem under novel and difficult cir-
cumstances. They have had to make
good in most cases with very little'
preparation of the way by others."

WIN
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A Knowledge of

SHORTHAND and

TYPE WRITING,

1S indispensible to

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$1,000 PAID FOR FIRST BALE
OF COTTON AT TEXAS SALE
Houghton, Tex., July 2.-One thou-
sand dollars was paid for the first
bale of 1919 Texas cotton when
it, was sold at auction on the cotton
exchange. The bale weighed 471
pounds and was sold at $6.12 a pound
to N. D. Naman of Houston. It was
grown by Salvador Cardenas in Hidal-
go county.

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"Come in and let us explain why."
Summer Classes now forming.

Hamilton Business College'
Phone 342-R State and William Streets
SUMMER SCHOOL STUDENTSj

ji Guild to Give Social
leyan guild of the First
church will give its first
cial at 8 o'clock Thursday_
ly 3, in the church par-
social department is mak-
al effort to make these sum-
s attractive to Summer

YOU WILL FIND JUST WHAT YOU WANT
AT THE ONLY

STUDENTS' SUPPLY STORE

Try Us - We Lead Them All .- Phone 1160-R

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