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THE

:HYG 1 DAILY'

-.YTHE ...IGAN DAILY,

IAT'S GOING ON
TODAY
Former members of UALversity
Militia hold banquet at Union.
olonla literary Circle meets In
uth room of Lane hall.
1I-publications banquet at the
lee and Mandolin club 60th
ersary concert at Hill audi-
.j
TOMORROW
eture of Varsity band will be
at University hall. All men
ave uniforms are to appear.
blouse and cap.
U-NOTICES
ngineersI - Read the impor-
otice on the bulletin board on
cond floor Engineering build-
ar the library.
)any isr oar paper---uapoyt

MUNICIPAL BEACH
FORMALLY OPENS
With its improved facilities and en-
larged personnel, the Ann Arbor mu-
nicipal bathing beach was officially
opened to the public t 8 o'clock yes-
terday morning. A new addition sup-
plements the over-taxed bathhouse fa-
cilities of last year. Four hundred
people can now be accommodated.
Besides the manager there are five
attendants in charge. Two men and
a woman act as life guards; a man
attends to affairs on the men's side
of the beach, and a woman cares for
the women's wants. Although things
will be in excellent running order by
Saturday, more improvements will be
made when additional equipment that
has been ordered arrives.
The opening was marked by the dis-
covery of a large quantity of broken
glass about the vicinty. Several
bathers suffered serious cuts on their
feet.
Rwsults are imfpOrt lt; Advertise 1n
The DrIly.--Adv.

EXPECT MEATY SUMMER
SESSION- ENROLLMENT

THERE ARE ALL TYPES AND SIZES

)L THE WEATHER MAN

by wearing one of our
Palm Beach or
Kool Kioth Suits

Wadhams & Co.

Two Stores

DOWN TOWN

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(Continued from Page One)
tion of remaining for the summer
work would make the attendance in
this school extraordinarily large. Be-
sides this number, correspondence
points toward the enrollment of nu-
merous students from outside the
University."
Although the summer session at-
tendance in the engineering college is
not expected to be as large as that in
the literary college, it will equal that
of former years, according to Secre-
tary Louis A. Hopkins. "At the pres-
ent rate, appearances would indicate
an attendance equal to, if not larger
than, that of last year," he said.
Dr. Hall Predicts Increase
Registrar Arthur G. Hall cites evi-
dence from three sources which indi-
cates an exceptionally large attend-
ance. "From the intimations of stu-
dents in the regular session who in-
tend to remain in the University this
summer, from the letters of former
students who signify their intention of
returning, and from reports gathered
during my recent visits throughout
the state on educational work, I be-
l1ve the attendance this year will
be considerably larger than ever be-
fore," he said.
The work which is offered in the
dental college summer courses to the
three under classes only is receiv-
ing considerable attention. "Every
condition indicates prosperity in this
college in the coming summer work,"
said Dean Marcus L. Ward.
Club Takes Acacia House
"The outlook in the department of
education for this year's summer
term looks unusually bright," said
Prof. Allen S. Whitney. "Interest in
educational courses is running way
above that evidenced in former years,"
he said. "It is asignifieant fact that
the Education club, formed in the
summer session, has proved so suc-
cessful that this year the Acacia
house has been secured as its head-
quarters."
FORC ES' OF REDS
REPORTED BEATEN
(By Associated Press)
Copenhagen, June S.-The Swedish
socialist newspaper Folkets Dagsblad
which is said to be in close commu-
nication with the 'Russian Bolshevik
government has received a telegram
from Petrograd reporting that the
forces of Admirad Kolchak of the
Omsk government have been defeated
in the south and center, while the
northern front is shaking. The Soviet
troops are said to have captured 40,-
000 prisoners, 100 guns and much war
material.
The Esthonian offensive against Pe-
trograd, the telegram says, has been
stopped and the anti-Bolshevik are
retiring in the direction of Jamburg.
The telegram continues:
"The British navy attempted to
force the Finnish gulf but retired.
"The revolutionary movement
against the Soviet has been broken
and the Soviet is stronger than ever."
CZECRO-SLOVAKS SATISFIED
WITH TERMS AUSTRIAN' TREATY
(By Associated Press)
Paris, June 5.-The Czecho-Slovaks
are satisfied with the principle ter-
ritorial points of the Austrian peace
treaty, M. Benes, the Czecho-Slovak
foreign minister has informed the
Temps: He said he hoped that the
Jugo-Slavs, Rumanians and Poles
would be eqlally satisfied with the
frontiers, adding: "We are particu-
larly pleased with the clauses by
which national life is secured for the
Czecho-Slovak minority, especially in

Vienna. Let us hope that Vienna will
know for the first time what natioi~al
toleration is.
SENIOR SOCIETY CHOOSES
OFFICERS FOR NEXT YEAR
Members of the Senior society held
their last meeting of the year Thurs-
day evening at the Caryatids house.
Election of officers for the coming
year resulted as follows: president,
Elsie Erley; vice-president, Gretch-
en Jones; secretary, Marion Ames;
treasurer, Georgia Davis. Following
the election plans for next year were
discussed.
Women's Alance Gives, uneheon
All members of the Women's alliance,
former Ladies' union, and friends who
are interested are invited to a lunch-
eon to be given at 1 o'clock Friday at
the Unitarian church.

11

DON'T TAKE THAT OLD INSTRU-
MENT HOME WITH YOU THIS SUM-
MER. NOW IS THE TIME TO GET A

"GIBSON"

arm . . . ut

BUT-

QUALITY
MEANS
"GIBSON "

SEE THE GIBSON INSTRUMENTS
AT THE
GLEE AND MANDOLIN CLUB CONCERT
TONIGHT-
THEN COME IN AND LOOK
OVER OUR STOCK

Wutmiam sub aCiuard

OF

P. S.--A GIBSON MANDOLIN OR GUITAR
WOULD MAKE A USEFUL AND AP-
PROPRIATE GRADUATION PRESENT

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MANDOLINS AND GUITARS

Hatis

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very effective in style,

Very chic sport hats as well
, and very dressy ones.

as

ia Richardson

. Liberty

Phone 1266-J

i ver1sity of Michiogan.
Summer Session 1919
than 300 courses conducted by a staff
$ members of the regular faculties of the
rsity. All University facilities available
erature, Science, and the Arts, Engineering
i Architecture, Pharmacy, Graduate Study,
rary Methods, Biological Station, Embalm-
and Sanitary Science, Public Health Nursing
e 3) - August 22; Medicine and Surgery,,
ic 30-August 8; Law, June 23-July 36 and
y 28-August 30.
k is equivalent in method, character and credit value
>f the academic session, and may be pounted toward de-
Certificates of credit and attendance issued. Many spe-
ures, recitals, concerts and excursions. Cosmopolitan
body. Delightful location. Expense low.
For further mformaton, address
T. E. RANKIN
Box 20, Ann Arbor, Michigan

MUSICAL CLUBS PREPARED
FOR ANNIVERSARY CONCERT
(Continued from Page One)
sing the solo part of "Land of Hope
and Glory, one of the choicest num-
bers on the program. McCandliss' name
does not need comment.
David D. Nash, '20, will lead in tie
Glee club's "Memories," another se-
lection that will undoubtedly wiA
great approval.
Sikes' name has not lost its appeal
to the hundreds of people who heard
him in former years as a Glee club
soloist.
Dance After Concert
A special attraction of the club's
"birthday party" will be the dance to
be held after the concert until 2
o'clock at the Union. Diamond's or-
chestra will play. The dance is open
to the campus, tickets being on sale
at the Union, Busy Bee, Graham's, and
the Delta at $1, including war tax.
Glee and Mandolin club members are
to be the guests of honor. The dance
is to be in celebration of the 60th year
of the club's existence.
Flag Staff Finally (bets Pole
A suitable pole for the upper section
of the flag staff has finally been ob-
tained. The work necessary to pre-
pare the new section for being put
in place is now being done-provid-
ing all goes well, the job is expected
to be completed by Tuesday.
COLLEGE TRANSFERS, NOTEI
All students planning to
transfer from the literary col-
lege to any other school or col-
lege of the University, providing
the student is not taking a com-
bined curriculum, should at once
file with the registrar applica-
tion for such privelege.
ARTHUR G. HALL,.
Registrar.

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