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The Wolverine, 1910-08-06

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THE WOLVERINE

White Swan Laundry

We do the
Finest Laundry
Work
in the city. Phone
us an order and
be convinced

Junction of
Catherine and
Detreit Streets
and Fourth Avenue
Bell Phone 165
Home Phone 152-White

WHITE SWAN LAVNDRY
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

UNIVERSITY NOTICESj
COMING EVENTS.
Unless otherwise specified, the lectures
will be given in the West Lecture Room,
Physical Laboratory.
Aug. 8, 5 p. m.-The business of Greek
in a State University. Prof. Bonner.
Aug. 9, 5 p. m.-Readin, How and
What. Prof. Tatlock.
Aug. 9, 8 p. rn-Care of the Skin. Prof.
Breakey. W. AnAphitleatre, New
Medic Building.
Aug. 10, 5 p. m.-Recent Development
of Gas Lighting (illustrated). Prof.
White.
Aug. 1, 5 p. m.-Recent Development
in Electric Lighting (illustrated).
Prof Higbie.
Aug. 12, 5 p. m.-The Fourth Dimen-
sion. Prof. Ford.
Aug. 12, 8 p. m.-The Practical Value
of Literature. Prof. Canfield.
Aug. 13-Excursion to Put-in-Bay.
Aug. 14, 4 p. m.-Open House and Con-
cert at Michigan Union.
Miss Elizabeth Pond, accessions clerk
at the general library, leaves soon on
her summer vacation.
TESTING MATERIALS LAB
MOVES INTO NEW ROOMS.

MARTIN
Guitars and Manvdolinfs
BEST IN THE WORLD
For Sale at
SCHAEBERLE .t SON
MUSIC HOUSE 110 E. MAIN ST.
:: We Do the Highest Crade of Work
Varsity Laundry Co.
215-217 S. Fourth Avenue
Call 928, Either Phone. and Our Wagon Will Call Promptly.

(Second Floor)

607 E. William St.

DETROIT UNITED LINES
BETWEEN DETROIT, ANN ARBOR AND JACKSON
Limited Cars East Bound -7:50 a. in., 1:50 p. in., 4:50 p. in., 7:50 p. m.
Limited Cars West Bound-9:24 a. in., 2:24 p. in., 5:24 p. in, 8:24 p. in.
Local Cars East Bound-To Detroit, 5:45 a. m., and every hour to
10:45 p. m. To Ypsilanti, 5:45 a. m., and half hourly to 11:15 p. in.,
also 12:15 a. ta., 12:30 a. in., 12:50 a. m. To Saline, change at
Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-5:45 a. in., 7:15 a. in., and every two hours
to 11:15 p. m.
College Men, Take Notice
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR
D This FOR YOUNG MEN
B IE SSN IUState
Interviews and Correspondence setcited
Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co.
W. T. GAGE, General Agent
615 Hammond Bldg. DETROIT }
If you are looking for the Coolest Place in Town, and the
Best Place to Eat, Board at
The Cutting Cafe
Corner of Monroe and State Streets
Regular Board, Meal Tickets, and Single Meals

Work on the removal of the testing
materials laboratory to its new quarters
in the space formerly occupied by the
electrical laboratory in the west wing of
the Engineering building, is progressing
rapidly.The work of this department
has been greatly hampered in the past
by insufficient space for some of the
larger machines.
Particrtarly has this been so with the
big hydraulic testing machine for test-
ing beams, shafts, steel bars and re-in-
forced concrete. This machiie is the
joint invention of Prof. G. S. Williams
and Prof. C. J. Tilden. It has a capacity
of 85 tons and will lift beams on any
span up to I2 feet.
The work of this department is not
confined to the experimental work in
torsion, tension, compression, and ex-
pansion, but tests of a practical nature.
for commercial purposes are carried on.
Last year extensive tests were made on
copper trolley wire. Within the last
two or three weeks Prof. Tilden has
msade tests otn the cement work to be
used on the Wall street bridge here in
town. Many tests have been carried
on' in re-inforced concrete but the data
has not been made public. During this
year tests have been made on transmis-
ton shafts for automobiles.
The laboratory is especially equipped
for testing "I-beams," shafts, concrete,
wood, iron, steel, copper, brass, alumi-
num, boiler plate, and tubing.
The tests on concrete for the breaking
of edges, tensile strength and time to
set, are made on all kinds and sizes of
blocks. These tests are taken twenty-
four hours after the concrete has been
laid, then one week, two weeks and four
seeks after laying.
Some tests are continued over a per-
iod of two or three years before the
results are given to the public. The
work of this laboratory is very import-
ant to the engineer and the removal to
more spacious quarters is only another
step in the extension plan of the engi-
neering faculty.
Before going fishing see the fishing
tackle at the State Street Hardware.
Wated-By college girl, place to care
for children. Address, X. Y. care of
Wolverine office.
SUITS CLEANED.
Bring your suit over to The Valet,
or if you cannot afford the time we
will gladly call for it, just call 1137 L
or 136 White.
Big values on all our aluminium,
State Street Hardware
Big oxford sale at Allmand and For-
sythe.
Summer dancing a: Lake House,
Whitmore Lake, Wednesda and Satur-

One Block From Campus 1212 South University
WUERTH HOUSE
THE PLACE TO EAT
Special Sunday Dinners 35c
Board by week - - $3.50

Sale

Sale

STATE STREET HARDWARE
ALL THIS WEEK
Aluminum and Graniteware

Sale

Sale

SVBSCRIB FOR
The Michigan Alumnxftus
And become a wember thereby of
The University of Michigan Alumni Association
All who subscribe will receive aspecial photogravure portrait of Dr. Angell
Some facts:
CThe Alumnus is the largest collee monthly in the country. (It eon-
tains the Litest news about the University. and editorial comment In
important events. (It contains personal items concerning members of
your class every month. QLA volume of the Alumnus contains the his-
tory of the University for the year. Ctt publishes a series of ,wll.
chosen pictures every month.

Bell Phone 1097-L

Home Phone 524-White!

The Ann Arbor Swimming
Pool
WILL BE OPEN
EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
9 A. M. to 9 P.M.
OPEN SUNDAYS, 3 P. M. to 5 P. M.
It is refreshing to take a bath in
nice cool spring water
ANN ARBOR SWIMMING PARK
713 S. Fifth Ave.

TOUR VACATION IR!P
TN arranging your summer vacation be sure that part of it, at least, is spent
on the Great Lakes. It is the most pleasant and economical trip in Amer-
ica and you will enjoyeveryemnute. All theimportant ports of the
Great Lakes are reached regularly by theexcellent service of the D. 0 C.Lake
Lines. The ten large steamers ofthis fleet are of modern steelconstruction,
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
direction.
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 enroute 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. S=HANTZ, GEN. MGR.

Detoi 8c C0-

V. Coo

i sty evenings. I

Complete Line of
Fabrics

G. H. WILD COMPANY

Summer S iitings
Outing Trousrs

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