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The Wolverine, 1920-07-22

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"ALL COMES TO

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MILLENr ABUSY STO
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N 0, NOTwho waits," but who obeys that
impulse to purchase a musical instrument
of quality. To him comes pleasure and, if he
so wills it, pecuniary profit. The'pleasure is
a natural result of his ability to create some-
thing worth while - in this case, music. The
profit arises from his competency to become
a member of one of the orchestras and thus
turn his spare time into both pleasure and
money.

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FRIDAY and SATURDAY

DOLLAR

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Great July Sale
Your Dollars are always big in this Store. But FRIDAY
and SATURDAY they will be bigger than ever'before.
BUY WASH GOODS - Bleached and Unbleached -
SHEETINGS - - TOWELS - BED SPREADS -
SHEETS - PILLOW SLIPS - CRASH
TOWELING AND SAVE.
COME TO THE CORSET DEPARTMENT AND BuY

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SAXOPHONE, a Banjo, a Tenor-Banjo, a
Banjo-Mandolin, or a Mandolin in your
hands will prove a good friend; it will enter-
tain you and at the same time provide a
source of income. Your initial expenditure
need not be large, either, for we can sell you
these instruments on convenient terms.

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$2.50-American

Lady' Corsets-X2.00

COME IN THE MORNING

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A ND WHEN you call at our store, you need
have no fears of being shown in f e rio r
brands of instruments. We carry only stand-
ard lines -- Conn Saxophones; Vega and Far-
land Banjos, Tenor-Banjos, and Banjo-Man-
dolins; and Gibson -Mandolins and Guitars.
These names are your guarantee of quality.
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I.East.-Agilli ant

Ever take a Ukelele or a Banjo-Uke out in the Canoe?
Well, if you haven't, you don't know how much
one adds to the pleasure of canoeing. See
our line of Imported Ukeleles and
Banjo-Ukes..

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Y TELLS OF
DAVIS ACTITIES

OWS SCRAMBLE
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and third issues of the
ie Camp Davis Weekly,
iled out to subscribers.
these two papers are
porting activities, and a
,"On the Level."
n in the July 10 num-
rying of two pictures in
se to the fact that the
printed on blue print
an exceedingly difficult
s also a cartoon of the
activities, of which one
amble at the ringing of

"Fritz" Storrer is c (airman of the
sanitary committee.
The main attractions of the Fourth
consisted of fishing, baseball, swim-
ming, and reading. All camp reports
a most enjoyable time. Toward the
middle of the afternoon our exciting
celebration was suddenly interrupted
by a general gall to fall in near the
harbor to aid in launching the sound-
ing boat. After a few hours of toil
under the guidance of Prof. Mitchell,
we finally induced the craft to taste
of old Douglas.
Ball Leagues Organized
Two baseball leagues have been or-
ganized. One is the Bird league, con-
sisting of the Pee-wees, which heads
the league, the Blackbirds, the Owls,
Loons, and Parrots. In the Bug league
the teams are the Katy-dids, the Crick-
ets, the Cockroaches, Ants and Grass-
hoppers.
PROF. PARKER LEAVES SOON
TO TALK TO F. 0. T. C. MEN.,

Football Trainer
Arrives In City
Archie Hahn, '04, who will be the
Varsity football trainer and assistant
track coach next year, arrived in the
city today, in order to make arrange-
ments for taking up his work here
next fall.'
While in the University Hahn was
one of the best sprinters that Michigan
produced. He holds the Conference
records in the 100 and 220-yard dashes.
Competing in the 1904 and 1908 Olym-
pic games, Hahn won the 100 and 200-
metre dashes, and he has been general-
ly recognized as one of the world's
best sprinters.
For the past few years he has been
at Brown university, where. he was
football trainer and track coach. As
trainer there he kept in condition the
great negro player, Pollard, who made
such a wonderful record several years
ago.
HUTCHINS GIVES CREDIT FOR
UNIVERSITY TO FOUNDERS
(Continued from Page 1)
it has had that reputation ever since,
he said. "When I came here most of
the students were from the west, but

if a line were to be dvawn north and
south through Ann Arbor, it would be
found that most of the presenti stu-
dents came from east of that line."
He told an interesting story of the
irregular blocks which are in the ap-
proach to the Union. These stones
came- from the old Cooley house,
which was the original home of the
Union.
Abot 100 educators attended last
night's meeting, which was held in
the Union. The next meeting will be
a joint session with the Women's Edu-
cational club, and it will take the form
of a banquet at the Union.
BUFFALO SUPERINTENDENT OF
,SCHOOLS TO SPEAK FRIDAY
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country, he is deemed by Dean E. H.
Kraus to be sufficiently- informed on
tl~ gsubject.
He secured his master's degree here
ina1910, and-was head of the Sault Ste.
Marie and St. Paul schools, before
taking charge at Buffalo. He is a mem-
ber of the National Education associa-
tion and was president of the National
Department of Superintendents in
1918.

WHAT'S GOING ON
July 22
3 to 5 p. m.-Women's league and
friends will be entertained at Kappa LAST TIMES TODAY
Alpha Theta house at 1414 Wash-
N te"aw avenue. BESSIE
5 p. m.-Les Universites Francaises
(in French,). Assistant Prof. R.
Talamon. BARRI SCALE
8 p. m.-Mducational Motion PicturesT
8I5 p. ni -MuchigonUMoionSpoits.H
vaudeville at Hill auditorium.Ad-
-mission, .50 cents.
8:30 p. m-Visitors' Night at the Ob-
servatory. Admission by ticket only.
July 23 NOTORIOUS
5 p. m.-School Building Campaigns.
Mr. E. C. Hartwell, Superintendent M RS S AS
8 p. m.-Roman Church Mosaics of the
First Nine Centuries (illustrated). Star Coey-'Three Pair of Stckigs'
Librariwu W. w*.Bishop.
8:30 p. m.-Visitors' Night at the Ob- ADULTS 25c CHILDREN l0c
servatory. Admission by ticket only. TOMORROW and SATURDAY
July 26 RETURN DATE
5 p. m.7-University Business Adminis-
tration. Mr. J. C. Christensen.
8 p. m.-Recital. The Class in Shake-
spearean Reading. (University Hall.)
SANCHEZ DEFEATS CUSTER IN
TENNIS TOURNAMENT MATCH
In the first round play of the Sum-
mer session tournament F. Sanchez
defeated E. E. Custer in a singles
match. No other matches of the play
have been reported yet. Dr. May, di-
rector of the tournament, emphasized
the fact that all play in the first round
should be completed this week, due to
the short time remaining for the tour-
nament.
MIKE KNODE, AT SHORT, HITS RO
AND HANDLES SIX CHANCES
Mike Knode got his first chance as
a big league shortstop yesterday in
the game between the St. Louis Car-
dinals and Boston, which his team won I _ .. 1L
3 to 2. In three times at bat, Mike c
laid down a' pretty sacrifice and ns W' S
knocked out a clean single.
He also played a neat game in the
field, handling six chances.
INSTALLATION OF AIR FANS0
IMPROVES ASSEMBLY HALL
The weekly membrship dance of the
Union will be from 9 to 1 o'clock to-
morrow evening in the assembly hall'
of the Union. With the installation of # se
a great improvement in the comfort-
ableness of the dance hall, and I~tiion
officials expect to dispose of all of the
200 tickets- for the dance.
InH.VESMOND'S
-f'ceebated Darna
FOR RENT adapted byA -P-YOUNGER
SAUNDERS' CANOE LIVERY, f r ) ci l
On the Huron River

items of the camp

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new triangular tower
ed on the north end of
This became necessary,
wing over of the old
had been in use since
:chell wgs in charge of
as held Tuesday, June
al of the boys volun-
vices as director. The
will be chosen next

Prof. John C. Parker will leave in a
few days for Camp Alfred Vail, New
Jersey, where he will speak to the R.
0. T. C. men gathered there from all
parts of the country for summer's
training. Professor Parker will ad-
dress members of the camp Friday,
July 30, and will give a civilian engi-
neer's impression of what the army
may require of them in future needs.
Wolverine Classified Ads bring re-
sults. Ads should be brought in by 2
o'clock before day to be run.

Try Wolverine Want Ads.
get results.---Adv.

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ANN ARBOR -HA T CL EANING COO
626 EAST LIBERTY STREET
ALL KINDS OF HATS CLEANED-LIKE NEW
SHOES .SHINED-10c

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Is Sweet- More Work for the
rs Are Sweeter, in Beauty and
BLUMAIZE BLOSSOM SHOP
4 NICKELS ARCADE PHONE

Dent.
Scent.

ANN ARBOR DAIRY COMPANY
Corner North 4th and Catherine Phone 423
MILK BUTTER MILK CREAM

BLUE FRONT CIGAR STORE
UNDER STIfDENT MANAGEMENT
Corner State and Packard Sts.

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