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June 25, 1911 - Image 4

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The Wolverine, 1911-06-25

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THE WOLVERINE

Whitc Swan Laundry
JUNCTION OF DETROIT and CATHERINE Sts. and FOURTH Ave.

Bell Phone
165

Home Phone
152 White

Our Water softening plant cost us $2, 000. It costs Vass soting
extra to have all the advantage of laundry work done in water
soft as rain water instead at destructive acids and bleaches.
The finest lingerie waists and diesses will come back to you like
new. Collars and Cuffs like snowv. Try yonr duds in our suds
and be convinced. Mark }-cu pack age "Whuite Swan" andi call
our wagon. No extra charge for call or delivery.
White Swan Laundry

IIG PREPARATIONS MADE.
Ic'auisused from ePage 1.)
andi the next-to-the-higgest social event
of the year, tiesenokiereception.
Weather permitting, the lits w ill holdi
forth oo Ben Bees ostage. Fresident
Arthur Curtisccitt speak; Sarah 'Suctl-
ertaunt is hilled to applear sonrtce rote of
historian; Ralph 1Bf'ok-will react the
class poem; Dorothy Brown the trophc
ocy, act Thcoaas E JI.Blackcwittltsp-
sold the oratorical Iconoes of the occa-
In spite of lice offortes col the encgi-
neers accd the hsoicneops toc attrct at-
tentionc ott Wedccesday, they wiltlicace
Itc give their seals toc the icoys ccifir6
ancd thce oilier youncgsters vho gracdusated
four or five decades ago. WVecdccsday
is alumi dolcay, first,cl astcandall tce
ticme ; accd this year's crotc of secciors
is "ccot its the same class" with theiold
ad seasocned vicntage.
Nevertheless, the encgicneers will "do
their durnesct" to stake the occasiocc
a success. At 9:30 the bricdc buildtes
ccccc elvect drescplacn to gasthccericc'the
esngicneericcg court acccd listenc to the
speech of class :presideut Allisoss Walk-
or, thce istory hy Sicdcey Mi. Schoccithlie
poemcs Iy irtelE. Oatrcon, the proiphecy
icy Eltsa-cciM.itBurst, ancteeorations
hi CleeociP. Sr-cacglce.BGordons Spice
cwill presente the cccimorical, a paincticng
if tDeansCouto cty, oisehldcth ie class.
octe Preif.Gardncer S. Willicams soill
deliver the speech-s of acccttansce. Fl-
loiwingx lie valedtictocry bysoy B. Matl-
tern, Deana Cooley ccittiletthe oustgoinsg
class fareswellcud rice eaginseers, toco,
wilt close their eecises Icy siniginig
"The Yellow acid Blue."
TIhe 1omscops scitlsteel at ito'sclocka
iccii teicrcssssi-thlsroomc. CroverVer-
Dena Attics mtrong -ccc the istry
aidc'eAls~ cni~tnthet i~o ean
mcarks.
Bucit toretuncoi 1-,,'s i l Oets
louse cwilibe ccittfot e oldcigra"siit
Barbcoar gymnsicumcibitecciso ccl12.
Froits o to s, alos thcI.Uci esity is
cotest ticthir isispect ci.astdOsece'ptioni
comms'sitteesIhcve setsappoitetota kote
care of lice viiors ccittexclai it llte
Th-e Ibandilwill give A concers as she
bcand-standc at half past onselice their
hensefit, to cwhichs, howeever, altlsire its-
vlitest to hear witihoutedistinctions as to
age. At 2:Ts, a gencercal smeetinsg of the
alumni association is scheduled to he
held ina Measorial Dccli. Ass address
uposs the liniversiry, followed Icy a hbusi-
nest mceeting, wcill he the priacipal stil-
jects toe discassiosn.
At 4:tic p. c. the chief sportiag evesnt
of comnccemeut week wilt occurseis-

the shape of abhasehall game on Ferry densts acid starch to lisiversity Hl~,
field hertweens tcci alaumnsi teams. The where Deats Cocoleyccitt sol sway as
asalce-up if tri vtclc organsizationss re- chief mshtal. lisless attired in cap
mainssass c cret its spite of alt efforts ccitd"own, n550eeccithsout a tiecet ccitt
Icc discovercthelicetityli of lice playcrs.ice admtcsrtdccithin risebusildtincg itself,
Theoscnale receptions beginis at eight cacci all ctesiros of attendinsg are adc-
o'clock that eensing, acidwilt be heldwsedcott tudeyte rules asciIregultios
icc Atlumnsci PMemsorial Dccli. Carets if (if thes fatleyas roicenlgcatedlicic te
ccctsssssiccssase ohtia blhe at ti-coSece-o Commenscseenterweeks rasssrctset.
try's oiffice, frot-clie secescry c-f tic Ninse o'clockthl~e processionc starts.
Alumncsi Associations, assetfr-cisc du Te octsc, the commenseenst exer-
letss deanis.visces Ibegins incUiversity' I tall. The act-
THUSDeAY. dressis deliveredbyIcersidlent Hcarry
DCcnThucrsdaycethe Ilonged-far o ctco rttJusonc cf the luticerilitof Ciii-
will1 at tberealized. Fromptlycs catosacs.
8:15 the exercises of the sixty-sevencthT heI comie lice seepskains.
aalscieusssssessceouest of teUlitser- nticlie aftersno-osthlie commssecscemsent
city ofPMichcigansswill opens sits a bulednne tcsrscwillbehe clii icc \Vctcr-csssgyms-
call asse the ceremsonycif ecrisiglice fl-.nsium.s-c
Fifteens sminustes later, the clcassos awil 'Acitthlieicestassetwosucess of 1911 cwiii
forts at their edepartmessthbuileinssc un-ics Ie "toe outcc fromt their AlmsicMcster,
dee the directions of their clciss pr esi-ssafe nowcainc rie swide, widec world."

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Hailer's College Jewelry
template apticalsDepe t. ci ccc Clas actasndIsJeelry uepaicring.
Hailer's Jewelry Store 216 S. Main Street

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Granger's Academy of Dancing
J u1inm12er School sssfor Laditecs ndGesit een Tuessdaty mcclFri-
bcegis ThuOsrsay, IJsly ?,51.
For Particulars call at Academy or Phone 246 Office Hlours 10 to 12 a. m.

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W IMRtll i\iousspoil suoite sut ervacat uss? Why scat enjoyp the
iss arisessec. tti.tsctoSea',stot pesnand co omicalsssotingsss
WHERE YOU CAN GO
All tei issssasaisace ts itei-coats 5aksC arOo eseacdregularly icyte
exceletsssevicesftecDu&oC. lakesLsne,. 'cse tellarge Steamesots t
fleet areutoftmoderntcrsei ttst ctonanshast vc aallthtte s~tisofucspeed,
saftandssscoo rts.
hut5' seesica is apceratedtbetween eitroit anC levelssandstrot andas
Buff~alot, Canetripmseeekly SosxeessmaToEtdtuot.Maekiaeslsandctandsway
pars;cthretriswekly Setteess Tasecta.Clevelandc, andsit 5ts-in-Bay.
A Cienetassistin aukiscue spccalteamseertutwibe uperated twoutrips
weekly Ceasm June s5th to Septemesrsoths, sping usslp at Detrtevesrey teip
and Goechs, ot., every oldter5tp,

74 Degr-ees Mon. tTuxes. Wed.
Cool
The LYNN Introducilng
International and Singing
Comedy and
Duo LYNNDancing
Eccentric Juggling
Wellington "T"HE GREAT
Late of the Juggling Johnsons
IFAMILYSCOPE W Photo Plays
THURSDAY M AAcMULJ rLEN & RIIIiDA1
tTheMysterious Japs

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Special Daf Trips Between Introit and Clevesand, lurng July and Agustr

RAILRADS TICKETS AVAILABLE: -Tices reading via ant rail ins between Introit and Buttalo
and Detroit and Ceveland aitt he honored for transportation on I. & C. ins Stamers in either
direction.
Sensd 2-petstamsp frCu s ttried Pamsphletantd Great Laeusnap.
Address LG. Lewis, G. P. A., Deroit, Mich.
Philip H. Mc. Milian, Fres. A. A. Schantz, Geet Mgr.
5- e . a * .

Matinees

00" Wednesday and Saturday

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WALKER'S
336 S. DIVISION
I SPRUNKS
Ec NGRAVERS
2 The G~r oyle
ANN-ARBOR
- ~PRE"S
ALL COLLEGE
WORK
- Nail usTri.1 Order
JOURNAL BUILDING
LE.c DETROIT MICH.

Fullr-QSteam anrd French
O'Conner Dry Cleaners
619 E. Wiliam St. Suits Pressed 25e Trousers 1Gm
/he MICHIGAN4 ALVMNUS
Suhserihe row and heceme a membter thereby of
The University of Michigan
Alumni Association
Some facets;
Q. Thre Alrumnuns is thne largest college mnonthnly inc the country. QL It contains the latest news
shoal the University, and editorial comment our imnportant events. C1 It cont.-ions personal items
concernng nmembsers of yousr class every nmonth. Q1 A valuate ot the Alumnunss contains the history
of the University for the year. CI, It pusblishes a series of wvell chosen pictures every month.
{$1.50 a year. $ 3.00 for 3 years (special for 1911)

HOME COOKING
And Good Eating At
WALKER'S
RESERVE YOUR SEATS EARLY
$3.00
A Week
wlten yoa, pay dour weeks in
advanucea
336 S. Division Street

IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR THE COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN, AND THE BEST PLACE TO EAT, BOARD AT
THE CUTTING CAF-E
Corner of Movroe anmd State Streets
Regular Board, Heal Tickets, anid Sngle Menls Bell Phonie 1097L Home Phone 524-White

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