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THE WOLVERINE

SUBSCRIIE FOR
FoeNext ear
I h A SY75clP Francis L. Riordlan; Managing Edltor
Warren Crane, BusinessMdonager
JOHN H LAMBERT
The Yost of the shoe Repairing
Business. le will do yourwork
in a hurry-up style.
Laces, Polishes, Etc.
The University Shoe Shop
613 East William Street
You will always flnd a large line of
SUV MER SCHOOL
SUPPLIES
The East University Pharmacy
1210 S. University Ave.
Our PrlIoos arRight
U. of M. and
HURON RIVER
BOAT LIVERY
Canoes and Boats Rented
P. G. TESSMER, Proprietor
Both Phones 655
Th mpf Music Stuldios
Piano Pip. Organ
U Void. Cultut- e
312 S. Division St. Phone 1076 J
THE FARMERS AND
MECHANICS BANK
101-103-105 S. Main St.. AnnArbor, Mich.
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
Ill matter inl this colmni iust be paidj
for in cdzos ce. Office hours: 1:30 to
3 P. M.
WANTED
Tutoring in Rhetoric- and English.
Prices reasonable. Address, Lawn,
Press Building. Phone 96o. 4-O5.
LOST..
7aken--( Probably by mistake), from
rear of law building, a gray Eagle
wheel, with blue trimmings, mud
guards and roaster-brake. Call Bell
65i, or Hom" 348. Reward. 13-18.
EXTRAORDINARY.
To those of you who are not on to
old Ann Arbor and her modes. If you
wish a quiet little retreat-away from
all this hurly burly and the maddening
grind and cram of books, go to the
Home Tea Room with its perfect ap-
pointmnent, to spend your next evening
with Her. The eats are delicious. o9o
Wash. Upstairs. 12-13.
Like a drink of fresh, cool buttermilk,
thick irom the churn? Ask for it at
noon. Wurster Bros., Cor. Det. and
Catherine Sts. Bell 423; Home 140.
6-16.
For all Musical Instruments, supplies,
popular and classic music, see Schaeberle
and Son, Music -ouse, 110 S. Main St.
You-all who come from
the South
Do you know just how delicious
rich cream can taote withgenuine
maple syrup poured over it and
a dash of fresh bulled nuts?
You can find out at
Basso-Rovcgno's
208 S. Main St.
Rovegno asks you 5 cents for
his sundes--any place else you
would pay 10 and 15 cents and not
get as much. Give him the
chance to show you. If you don't
you are the loser.

DIRECTORY OF SUMMER
SCHOOL STUDENTS
Naies. in this directory are takeni
frin the records in the offices of the
secretaries of the various departments
aiid contlaiii the samne errors. f no
phone number has been placed on the
enrollment card, none is shown here;
but that does not preclude there being
a phone in the house; call chief opera-
tor and tell her what house you want.
Enrollment by the departments is in-
dicated as follows: literary, name fol-
lowed by no letter; engineering, e;
law, 1; medical, m; pharmic, p; grad-
uate school, g.
Telephone numbers in parentheses are
for the Home phone, others for the
Bell. When.,Biological station or Camp
Bogardus appears as city address, mail
may be sent to Topinabee, care Biologi-
cal station, or Camp Bogardus, as the
case may be.
Treworthen, Stanley, 1, 12o Cambridge,
Ann Arbor.
Trix, Herbert B., e, 604 S. State, De-
troit. 371 (371).
Troup, William Wesley, 237 S. Ingalls,
New Wilmington, Pa. 557-L.
Truby, Everette Geoffrey, 1, Natchez,
Miss.
Tublis, Lila A., iio Twelfth, Chesaning.
818-J.
Tufts, Frank Wiliard, 643 S. Tshayer,
Milwaukee, Wis. 366-L.
Turner, Gladys E., 717 Arbor, Pontiac.
1043-J.
Tul, Helena Elizabeth, 604 E. Madison,
Owosso.
Turner, Benjamin Harrison, g, 603 Mad-
son, Richmond, Va.
Twitchell, Waldo, C. 426 N. Ingalls,
Las Vegas, New Mexico. 16 (16).
Uhl, Arthur William, e, 403 Crurch, De-
troit. (492 Black).
Upham, Edward Wilson, e, 320 E. Mad-
ison, .Monroe. 575-L.
Ulsaker, Oscar Mslelvin, 1, Ann Arbor.
Vanderfield, Edward, e, 721 N. Univer-
sity, Grand Rapids. 322-2r
Van Dyke, Rudolph D., Camp Bogard-
us, Lowell.
Van Hartsua, John R., g, 408 Thomp-
son, Falmouth.
Van Vlut, Rutherford, e, 615 Madison,
Grand Rapids. 720.
Vaughn, Harry F., e, 221 S. State, Ann
Arbor. 92.
Villegas, Jorge Andres, e, 210 S Thayer,
Saintiago Culi. iii-L.
Wade, J. A., e, 110 N. tngalls, Charloje.
984-L.
Wadsworth, Harrison Morton, e, 1208
Willard, St. Joseph. 1343-L.
Wai, Au Kei, 417 E. University, Can-
ton, China. (571 White).
Waite, Edna Mae, 718 S. Ingalls, Cleve-
land, O. 187.
Waite, Elmer Sawer, o Monroe, Pots-
dam, N. Y. 789-J.
Waite, Leslie Osgood, e, 616 Church,
Menominee. 1238-L.
Waite, Roy Judson, 609 Monroe, Mt.
Upton, N. Y. 789-J.
Waite, Stanley Byron, 8o6 Hill, Yonkers,
N. Y. 374 (374).
Walcott, Albert J., 522 Monroe, Zee-
land. 990-J.
Walling, Wilder t., Saline.
Wallis, Lloyd, 604 S. Thayer, Bay City.
948-J.
Walsh, Patrick Henry, 1, Cedar Springs.
Walter, Gertrude Augusta, 631 S. First,
Ann Arbor.
Walthall, Danson O., 220 S. Ingalls,
Paola, Kans. 1017-L.
Walton, Frank Alanson, e, 8oi E. Hur-
on, Ann Arbor.
Wanzech, Marie Virginia, 1125 E. Hur-
on, Ann Arbor. 1o65-L.
Ward, Earl W., 1oo8 Cornwell Place, N.
Y. 753.

Ward, Ralph Landon, g, 520 E. Liberty,
Kansas City, Kans.
Waters, Sarah Eliza, 341 S. Main, Ann
Arbor.
Watson, George W., i, Lawrence, Kans.
Watson, Hazel May, zoo N. State, Ben-
ton Harbor. 1022-L.
Wauig, Song He, e, 551 Church, Chin-
kiang, Chino. 1153-1"
Webster, Benjamin , e, 318 N. Ingalls,
Waterburg. 111o-L.
Wedd, Alfred M., m, Mt. Lebanon, Pa.
Weisman, Paul G., isi, 102 Twelfth,
Spokane, Wash. 921.

Welsh, Paul Smith, Biological Camp,
Oconsee, Ill.
Wells, Chester Aidrew, 324 E. Jefferson,
Masoin.1055-5.
Welsh, Mary H., 213 N. Thayer, Grand
Rapids. 1346-L.
Wendell, Lina E., 216 N. State, Muske-
yo. 1134-L.
Wenner, Henry L., Jr., n, 1003 Huron,
Tiffin, O. 394.
Wenzel, Orrin John, 1216 S. Uiversity,
Le Roy. 1711-L.
Wesner, Eugene Hugo, e, 1331 Washte-
naw, Saginaw. 366.
Wesep, Henry Van, 327 S. Division, Hol-
land. 62-L.
Wesner, Elmer C., 1, 631 S. Ingalls, Ann
Arbor. 1644-L.
Westbrook, Agnes Irene, 61o S. Ingalls,
La Junta, Colo. 936-J.
Wehrow, Roy W., g, 1337 Belser, Gene-
see, Ill.
Wheat, Renville, e, 325 Tappan Road,
Ann Arbor.
Wheeler, Frank G.,- e, 8o6 Hill, Ann Ar-
bor. 374 (374).
Wheeler, Walter C., e, 327 Thompson,
Cincinnatus, N. Y. 1147-J.
Wheelock, Margaret Ellen, 1120 E. Uni-
versity, Cheboygan. 1467-J.
Wheelock, Ruth V., g, 415 E. Jefferson,
Goodrich. 1562-L.
Whitaker, Lawrence E., e, 209 S. Ing-
ails, Detroit. 508-L.
White, Robert M., 1, 517 Elmi, Ann Ar-
bor.
White, Roy A., e, Camp Bogardus, Cen-
tral Lake.
Whitlock, Margaret E., g, 327 S. Divi-
sion, Medora, Ill. 620-L.
Whitney, Edward, 637 S. Thayer, Big
Rapids.
Whitsit, Beulah, 1218 S. University, Chi-
cago, Ill. 1507-L.
Wiggers, J A., g, 214 S. Observatory,
Holland. (477 Red).
Viggins, D. L., 109 Glen, Indiana, Pa.
693-L.
Wilcox, Aice E., g, 306 N. State, Storm
Lake, Ia.
Wilgus, Edward Palmer, Camp Bogard-
us, Buffalo, N. Y.
Wilgus, Horace E., 1547 Washtenaw,
Ann Arbor. 651 (348 Black).
Wilkens, Noel R., Camp Bogardus, Nes-
sen City.
Wilkinson, Myrtle HT., 406 E. Jefferson
Howell.
Wilkinson, O. D., e, 721 Monroe, Troy,
N. Y. 948-L.
Willemi, Ernest G., e, 437 Maynard,
Portland. 1370-L.
Williams, Uhalmer M., 514 E. Liberty,
Ann Arbor.
Williams, Earle, 8o Arch, Jackson, Mo.
Wiiillianis, Harriet Ripley, AiiiiAror.
"illiams, Roert ., 703 . University,
Little Rock, Ark.
Williams, William, go6 Oiva Ave., Anil
Arbor.
Willits, Walter William, Camp Bogard-
us, Remus.
Willy, Roy E., 1, 822 Oakland, Ann Ar-
bor.
Wilson, D. L., 1, Ypsilanti.
Wilson, Robert C., is, Athens, Ga.
Wilson, L., 718 Church, Shelby.
Wines, Harold D., e, 1208 Hill, Ann Ar-
bor. 1229-J.
Winfrey, Mary .. Tog N. Thayer, Sil-
bey, Mo. 12238.
Winslow, Harris, e, 332 S. Division,
Kalamazoo. 498-J.
Wise, Seibert Day, 631 S. Ingalls, Ann
Arbor.
Witham, John Ramsey, in, Brantford,
Canada.
Witt, Louis Charles, 637 S. Thayer, De-
troit. 998-L.
Wood, Carleton Ira, m, 102 Twelfth,
Amherst, O. 921.
Wood, Frank Alton, Matherton.
Woden, Trma L., 238 S. Thayer, Caro.
Work, Frank Ernest, g, 815 E. Wash-
ington, Indiana, Pa.
Worrall, James, g, 615 E. Liberty, Lel-
aware, O. 771-L.
Wong, Perry Chen, e, 604 S. Thayer,
Shanghai, China. 948-J.

Wray, James Bailey, 1, Knoxville, Tenn.
Wren, Frank Jefferson, 1, Fort Worth,
Tex.
Wright, Ralph G., New Philadelphia, O.
Wright, Winthrop R., g, 621 Forest,
Benton Harbor. 1216-U.
Wu, Yin Kai, 710 Twelfth, 'Canton,
China.
Wurster, Anna, g, 214 W. Washington,
Ann Arbor. 1214-J.
Wylie, Margaret, 602 B. Washington,
Niagara Falls, N. Y.

Wynn, Dora May, 407 E. University,
Forest, 0. 1576.
Wynn, Harvey R., 407 E. University,
Forest, (. 1576.
Yasui, Sekyi, g, 801 Huron, Wakonville,
Calif. 1245-U.
Yarbough, Joseph C., 1, 111 S. Ingalls,
Montgomery, Ala.
Yellen, J. Selig, 236 S. Thayer, Buffalo,
N. Y. 1138-J.
Yokom, Merle C., g, Detroit.
Young, Elsie L., 1130 Wastenaw, Man-
istee.
Youngs, Lunn Jessie, 335 E. Jefferson,
Brown City. 825-.
Yongworth, Leo V., 1, Los Angeles,
Calif.
Yu, Ling Chang, 120 Ingalls, Pukin,
China.
Zerdera, Katherine, Harrisburg, Pa.
Zewadski, Guy Barco, I, 310 5. State,
Ocala, Fla. 1418-L (51 Black).
Zinser, Frederick William, 332 E. Jef-
ferson, Grand Rapids. 1369-J.
LECTURER IS TO GIVE A
SPECIAL ADDRESS FRIDAY.
Professor John J. Findley of the Uni-
versity of Maghester, England, who is
to speak Friday evening on "School and
Society," will also deliver an informal
address on the 'Demonstration School"
in the lecture room of Tappan hall Fri-
day afternoon at 3. "Demonstration
school" is the English term for a normal
school.
Professor Findley who is one of Eng-
land's foremost educators came to
Anserica twenty years ago, as the rep-
resentativc of the British government,
to study our educational institutions.
REPORTS ABOUT DR. FELR [I svAKN.
Dr. J. B. Felker, '03 d, whose nane
appeared in earlier reports as among
those injured in the late D. U. R. dis-
aster sear Dearborn, was not in the
wreck but is mm a tuberculosis sanitar-
ium near Detroit. He is not expected
to live the week out. His mother, who
lives in Ann Arbor, was injured, but just
how seriously the physicians are, as
yet, unable to state.
FORMER DAILY MAN SEES CORONATION.
Robert Mountsier, '09, a former mem-
ber of the Michigan Daily staff, was
sent to England for the coronation, by
the New York Evening Sun. "Bob"
Mountsier is only one of the numerous
Michigan men who have gone out from
here to make good in the newspaper
world.
SUMMER STUDENTS BEING LIsTD.
The list that is to be used i primt-
ing the names of summer session stu-
dents in the university calendar, is now
being compiled in the administration
offices. Already the list of those who
have received degrees, whether enrolled
in the graduate school or any regular
department, is completed; and it is de-
sired that those whose names should
appear in this list call at Dean Kraus'
office and verify their names and ad-
dresses.
SUMMER DANCING PARTIES,
Monday, Wednesday and Saturday
evenings. Lake House, Whitmore Lake.
Admission, Gents 35 cents; Ladies 10
cents. Dancing at 7:30. Good train
service. Ann Arbor Railroad.
CHIROPODY.
Corns, bunions, ingrowing nails, treat-
ed and cured. Everything absolutely
antiseptic. Office hours: 9-12 a. in., 1-5
p. m. Miss E. J. Foley, 921 E. Huron
St., end of North 12th. Phone 989-J.
10-25.
ANNUAL TRAVEL MAGAZINE.
"WATER wAY TALS" PUBLISHED BY D. &

C. LINE, StNT TO YoU FREE.
The latest contribution to the litera-
ture of travel is the 25o-page book is-
sued by the D. & C. line. It contains
three interesting stories and is beauti-
fully illustrated with fne halftones of
scenes along the D. & C. Coast Line to
Mackinac. Sent anywhere upon receipt
of ten cents to prepay postage.
Address: D. & C. NAvIGATIoN CO.
6 Wayne St. Detroit.
Adv.

THE NEW CATALOGUE
of the
Univrsity of Mi chigan
IS NOW READY
Complete information concerning seven departments:
Collegiate, Engineering, Medicine,
Law, Pharmacy, Homeopathy, Den-
tistry, and the Graduate School and
the Summer Session.
Special courses in Forestry, Newspaper Work, Landscape
Design, Higher Commercial Education including Railway
Administration and Insurance, Architecture, Conservation
Engineering, Pedagogy (affiliated with Ann Arbor High
School for Observation Study), and a new course for those
preparing for the s-ientific administration of departments
of sanitation and public health.
For Copy of Catalogue, Special Announcement or
Individual Information address
SHIRLEY W. SMITH
Secretary University
ANN ARBOR

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