We are showing an especially fine assortment of
WOOLENS for Summer
in Flannels and Light Grey Suitings
Keep Cool. Come where all legs lead to.
F. A. MYLES
607 E. William St.
Mack's Tea Room, the proper place for Luncheons and Refreshments
MACK & CO.
Today-The last day of the White Sales,
Pre-inventory and Special Sales.
Ladies Summer Hosiery, 19c, 33c and 49c
For 35c, 50c, 75c and $i oo values
All Ladies' Jewelry Doff
Wash Shirts 89c Shirt Waists 98c
St. James Hotel Barber Shop
Opposite Electric Waiting Room GEO. V. STOLL, Prep.
DETROIT UNITED LINES
BETWEEN DETROIT, ANN ARBOR AND JACKSON
Limited Cars East Bound -'150 a. m, 1:50 p. m, 4:50 p. us., 7:50 p. in.
Limited Cars West Bound-9:24 a. us., 2:24 p. m., 5:24 p. us., 8:24 p. m.
Local Cars East Bound-To Detroit, 5:45 a. in., and every hour to
10:45 p. m. To Ypsilanti, 5:45 a. m., and half hourly to 11:15 p. m.,
also 12:15 a. us., 1.:30 a. m, 12:50 a. m. To Saline, change at
Local Cars West Bound-5:45 a. us., 7:15 a. m., and every two hours
to 11:15 p. m.
8 LE ND
20 for 15 c-s.
VARSITY race. Eight muscular com-
rades rowing in perhfet rhthm. The
flag of the old Alma Mater bursts upon
the breeze. Victory. Then the long
h *so ride back to town on the train-and
You enjoy the fine blend of Turkish tobacco, the cool
rich flavor, and you have ten extra cigarettes.
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO.
Unless otherwise specified all lectures
will be given n the new lecture room
of the physical laboratory.
July 5, 5 p. m.-Introductory address.-
Dean John O. Reed.
July 6, 5 p. m.-French Art in the 19th
century. . Illusrated-Prof. Hugo
July 7, 5 p m.-Some common trade fal-
lacies. Prof. F. M. Taylor.
July 8,5 p. u-The Lake region as in.
terpreted by Wordsworth.-Dr. S.
July 8, 8 p. m.-Address-President H.
B. Hutchins. University Hall. To
be followed by a reception in Bar-
bour Gymnasium. Admission on
presentation of treasurer's receipt.
We hereby serve noice on the faculty
of the summer sessios of the University
of Michigan that all announcements
posted in this paper will be read by the
students of the summer session.
The support of the faculty in seeing
that we get these notoices will be appre-
"The first day's enrollment for the
sunser session rutss aheadrof that of
any previous years," said Professor Ef-
inger, dean of the summer session,
last evessi. "Moreestudents had ask-
ed admissions by three o'clock thass the
whole first day's record shows for last
year, and the room was still fall of
others who were filling out their en-
Before the office in University hall
closed yesterday afternoon, over fifty
students had enrolled as utdergradi-
ates in the Literary Department and
half that number in the Graduate school.
'HE WOLVERINE WILL HAVE
A FULL STUDENT DIRECTORY.
For the benefit of students and citi
ests aacomplete directory of all st-
dents attending the uiversty wll be
published by "The Wolverine." City ad-
dress with phone numbers will be given.
Last year there was no such catalog
for the convenience of summer students.
The directory will be published it suc-
cessive numbers of the paper, occupy-
ing the same coluins until all the names
are canvassed. Publication of names
will begin as soon as a complete list can
be obtained leom the office of Dean Elf-
Gt yourballsaat Cushing's. New
Wright & Disotsaid Spalding's.
College Men Wanltd-During vacation,
to travel towns and surrounding coun-
try; a nice genteel business. The
Lenox, 165 West 23rd Street, New
F OR photographic film
and printing paper,
cameras, pure chemi -
cals and supplies of allkinds,
come to this store and you
will be certain of depend-
able quality. We sell the
which makes truer, better-
balanced negatives, and
Cyko Paper for deeper,
softer, clearer prints.
Let us show you our
splendid assortment of
cameras. Pure chemicals,
all photographic supplies.
Developing and printing
dome. Reasonable charges. ,
304 S State St.
Phone-Bell 935 L
THE NEW CATALOGUE
Uni*versity, of Michigan
Is ready for distribution at the Secretary's Office.
It contains complete information concerning all of
the Departments of the University. Fall semester
begins October 4, 1910.
A copy of the Catalogue with special publications relating to any
department will be sent on application to
SH I RLEY W. SMITH, Secretary
Ann Arbor, ilichigan
Wolverine Club Room
BILLIARDS AND POOL
TOBACCOS and CIGARS
Student Patronage Solicited
OPPOSITE D. U. R. STATION
113 West Huron R. G. NOYES. Proprietor
Penants, Fancy Work
Best Prices in Town
2O9 East Liberty Street
YOUR VACATION RIP 1
IN arranging your summer vacation be sure that part of it, at least, is spent
on theGreatLakes. It is the mostpleasantand economical trip inAmer-
ica ani you will enjoreverysminute. Allthe important ports of the
Great Lakes are reached regularly by therexcellent service of the D.&C. Lake
Liaes. The ten large steamers of this fleet are of modern steelrconstruction,
propelled by powerful engines and have all the qualities of speed, safety and
comfort. The United Wireless Telegraph Service used aboard.
Tickets reading via any rail line between Detroit and Buffalo, Detroit and
Cleveland are available for transportation on D. & C. Line Steamers in either
The D. & C. Lake Lines operate daily trips between Detroit and Buffalo,
Detroit and Cleveland, four trips weekly between Toledo, Detroit, Mackinac
Island and way ports, and two trips weekly between Detroit, Bay City, Saginaw
and way ports. A Cleveland to Mackinac special steamer will be operated from
June 25 to September 10, leaving Cleveland direct for Mackinac, stopping at
Detroit enraute every trip and.at Goderich, Ont., every other trip.
Special daylight trips between Detroit and Cleveland during July and August.
Send 2-cent stamp for illustrated pamphlet and Great Lakes map.
Address L. G. LEWIS, G. P. A., DETROIT
P. H. McMILLAN, PRES.-A. A. SIHANTZ, GEN. MGR.
ItrInit A UFlrJt7Fland N'ET7Z( n
Co Ft rLine of
G. H. WILD COMPANY
311 South State Street