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TVTTLE'S
LUNCH. ROOM
A Nice Cozy Place Where
You Enjoy Your Mleal
One half block South.
of "MAJ"

Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings Sank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $625,000.00
Resources'........$5,000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
707 North University Ave.

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Victrola

The One Instrument'
The one instrument for which the great-,
est artists make records. The one instrii-
nient specially made to play their Victor
Records. The one instrument that repro-
duces their art in exact accord with their
own ideas of interpretation.

Members of the Triangle club of Ann
Arbor went to Detroit yesterday to
confer three degrees at the mid-winter
class of, the Michigan Sovereign con-
sistory at the Masonic temple. The
local men conferred the ninth, tenth,;
and eleventh degree on Tuesday
afternoon.
A meeting of the recently elected
members of the board of directors of
the Drugcraft company was held Sat-
urday afternoon at the offices of the
company at which time the following
officers were elected: President and
general manager, J. Harry McCor-
mick; vice-president, . B. Manwar-
ing; treasurer, H. M. Cole; secretary,,
R. O. Taylor, Detroit.
Other memhers of the board are:
W. G. Van Natter, Detroit; Clifton B.
Hitt, Detroit; S. G. Kress, Ann Arbor;
J. A. Wilcox, Ann Arbor; and Frank
J. Davihson, Ann Arbor.
Members of the local post of the
Veterans of the Foreign Wars, are
taking no part in the campaign of De-
troit members of that organization to
raise $1,000,000 for a memorial home
in Detroit, according to Dr. G. G. Al-
way, commander of the local post. The
Graf-O'Hara post is trying to secure
sufficient funds for post colors.
The bowling fans of Ann Arbor will
have the chance to match skill with
the Ypsilanti talent in a seven-game
match which starts at the City bowl-
ing alleys here Friday night. Four
gameswill be rolled here in the first
series and the remaining three will be
rolled at Ypsilanti a week later.
The Knights of Pythias served a
luncheon at 6:30 last night, following
which the third rank was conferred,
the ceremonies beginning at 8 o'clock.

SUMNMER COURSES IN
EDUCATIONNUMEROUSI
IFPART1MENT TO BRING MANY
EXTRA TEACHERS HERE
FOR SESSION
Twenty-nine courses in education,
the largest number of that kind ever
given at one time in the University,
will be offered during the Summer ses-
sion this year. -In addition to mem-
bers of the regular staff of the educa-
tional department who will be on duty
during the summer, superintendents
fro n some of the larger city schools
of the state, and other educational
leaders have bben secured to give in-
struction in the Summer session.
Demands Larger
According to Prof. E.'H. Kraus, dean
bf the Summer session, the expansion
is being made this year to meet the
larger demands of regular University
students, and also to take care of
many school teachers of the state who
in past summers have gone to other
institutions offering greater facilities
for educational instruction.
Of the 29 courses to be presented
this summer, 11 will deal with admin-
istrative problems of education, and 10
with the theoretical side of thd sub-
ject. There will be seven courses in
industrial education and one course on
the history of education.
Faculty Members Also
Among those who will give work
during the summer only are: Prof.
L. L. Thurston, of the Carnegie Insti-
tute of Technology; Earnest Burnham,
of the Western State Normal at Kala-
imazoo; P. C. Parker, assistant super-
intendent of the Detroit schools; S. A.
Courtis, Detroit; J. W. Sexton, super-
intendent of the Lansing schools; L.
A. Butler, superintendent of the Ann
Arbor schools; Floyd A. Rowe, of the
state department of education at Lan-
sing; W. K. Layton, Detroit; Miss
Helen Davis, Jackson; and Miss Con-
stance Hopkins, at present an .assist-
ant in education in the University.
Members of the regular faculty
scheduled for summer courses are:
Professors A. S. Whitney, G. E. Myers,
G. M. Whipple, C. 0. Davis, C. S.
Berry, G. L. Jackson, Thomas Dia-
mond, Cleo Murtland, E. L. Hayes, and
Mr. F. R. Kepler.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.

Victrolas $25 to $1500.
orIds 75c to $3.50.

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VICTRO0LA,
Schaeberle & Son, Music House
110 S. Main St.

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