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The Wolverine, 1910-07-02

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Kodaks and Supplies
Developing and Printing for
E. E. CALKINS, Druggist
324 S. State St.
Pins, Fobs and Spoons
Optical' t§ Dept
Fine Watch and Jewelery Repairing
216 South Maia St.
Printers to the Student
Printers of:-The Wolverine, The
Michigan Daily, The Alumnus, The
LawReview, The Gargoyle. The Mich-
igan Technic, High School Omega,
American Tyler-Keystone, Yost's
Great Book on Football, Official Stu-
dents' Directory, News-Letter, S. 0. A.
Handbook, Sorosis Book University
Text-Books in different languages.
Press Building, Maynard St.
Ann Arbor, Michigan
All Lovers
of Good Soda Waters find
that the East University Phar-
macy is an ideal place for a
delicious college ice or a thirst
Try our "Dtch Chocolate," hot or cott
East University Pharmacy
1219 South University

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Tri-weekly publication of the students
of the University of Michigan Summer
Mataging Editor-LEE A WHITE.
Editor-in-Chief-DANA E. JoNEs.
News Editor..........Dion S. Birney
Assistant............Frank W. Murphy
Advertising Manager..Richard Simmons
0. 0. Carpenter. H. M. Calkins.
U. R. Burton. Edwin F. Koch.
Address: THE WOLivERINE, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Office Hours: 1:30 to 2:30 p. in. daily.
Both phones, 96o.
Subscription Rates: Local, fifty cents
for the' summer; mailed to any ad-
dress for twenty-five cents additional.
Advertising rates: Furnished upon ap-
plication to the Managing Editor.
Next Tuesday is the opening day of
the summer session. For this students
are coming from the world over. Some
remain for the summer who have been
here during the regular year's work.
Many institutions will send their rep-
resentatives here for the summer to
carry away Michigan ideas. Michigan
should leave an imprint on the minds
of all these that brief time will not ef-
In order to better do this there must
needs be a greater cooperation than
there has been at any time heretofore.
The summer enrollment will this year
in all probability be larger than ever
before. More interest will center albout
the campus than in years past for the
spirit of the time not only demands this
greater concentration of interest but also
makes it possible.
Older men and women are coming to
this, the seventeenth annual summer ses-
sion. To them, and to the regular stu-
dent who braves the heat of summer,
the university should offer those oppor-
tunities which are only to be had here
and not elsewhere. This the university
is doing. New courses are offered, cov-
ering a wide field of subjects; more of
the regular faculty than ever before re-
main for the summer teaching; more
men.are secured from the faculties of
other universities to bring new and dif-
ferent ideas to the tuen and women of
To all those who come here from oth-
er institutions, and to all those who
remain here the summer session extends

its welcome. Each year more and more
is done for the student who spends but
the few brief weeks of the summer at
the university. Men, and women too,
who are directly connected with educa-
tional work are coming to the university
during the summer in order to gain an
insight into university ideals, and to see
what the state has to present in the way
of a higher education. Business men,
professional men, doctors, lawyers, pro-
fessors, dentists, all are coming for new
ideas. It will be well if the university
gives these men some ideas concerning
old callings and new duties.
Summer school is here. It will be
hot, and often uncomfortable but what
of that. We are all here for business.
Let's get together and make this sum-
mer session the biggest one in every


respect that the university has ever seen.
Just a little work on the part of each
of us and all will go well.
Just because summer is here we ought
not to let things go to sleep. The cam-
pus will be awake. Watch us.
Budding Journalists may Compete
for Positions
All students desiring to work on the
staff of "The Wolverine" should report
at the office of the paper during the
regular office hours. No experience is
necessary, but a willingness to work is
expected. As soon as men show suita-
ble proficiency their names will be added
to those now heading the paper.
The opportunity is here presented to.
all those who care to write for publica-
tion under supervision. Each man will
have a chance during the summer to
write stories, to read proof, edit the
paper, write headlines, and do the gen-
eral work connected with getting out
an issue of the paper. As soon as the
men are regularly permitted to edit the
paper their names will be printed as ed-
itors for the day.
Men who show exceptional proficien-
cy will be directly in line for positions
on The Michigan Daily- next fall. Com-
petition is open to all but a place on
either staff does not mean that the po-
sition is secure. Special stories will be
assigned to those men who have an apti-
tude for feature writing.
(Continued from Page 1.)
hers of the department faculty together
with the graduates to meet for the last
time, perhaps. After passing down the
receiving lines the doors of Barbour
gymnasium were thrown open and the
last senior dance, this time with all
classes united, was held.
Commencement day dawned auspic-
iously. Not a cloud was in the sky to
threaten the last march of the seniors.
Dean Cooley was in charge. The line
was lead by the university band, with

the lits in the front rank. Then came
the engineers led by the buglers of the
State Guard. Other classes followed in
line. Crowded about the campus line of
march were the friends of the graduates
who were not fortunate enough to se-
cure seats in University Hall. It was
an imposing spectacle as the black robed
procession filed into the darkened en-
trances of the main building.
Promptly at ten the exercises began
with music by Professor Stanley. After
that came a short prayer by the Rever-
end A. W. Stalker, of the class of '84.
The commencement address was by
President Faunce of Brown University.
He said by way of introduction:
"I bring greetings from a university
about a hundred and fifty years old with
a thousand students to one only half as
old with five times as many students;
from the university which educated Dr.
Amngelt to the university in which he has
educated thousands of the men and wo-
men of the country."
The demand for men and women. to
fill new callings, and to accept new du-
ties was the general topic of his address.
New phases of modern life weere pre-
sented. New and broad movements were
correlated. The university education of
the present like that of the past is to
unite men on a common basis of under-
standing, but the new education breeds
bigger men and bigger questions for
them to handle. Such was the scope of
the commencement address. It was
good. It was interesting. It was new.
And further, it was short.
Salesmen-For the best Household
article on the market; profit large.
120 Broadway, Detroit. 2-3-4-
Special prices and rates will be given
summer music students at Root's Music
Stores, 122 Liberty street and 326 So.
State street. Pianos for rent at reduced
prices. 2.
Buy your fishing tackle at the State
Street Hardware, Store, 310 So. State
street. 2.
For Sale-All modern home, four rooms
below, three above. Oak and Ga. pine
floors and finish. Price $3000.
Six-room modern house, comfortable
home or good investment. Will show
ten per cent on purchase price of $2800.
Eight-room all modern house. Oak
floors and finish below, Ga. pine above.
Lot 5ox132. East front. Good loca-
tion. $3300.
Buy your footwear of Allmand & For-
Cool Rooms for summer. Reasonable
rates, 609 S. Thayer St. Three doors
south of campus. Modern house. Mrs.
A. F. Strome. Phone 1317-L. 1-2-3.

We are showing an exten-
sive line of Summer Fabrics.
The assortment comprises
everything that is new and
nobby in design, color and
quality. We can say with-
out exaggeration our stock
this year is the mot hatd
some we have ever shown,
aced will readily appeal to the
most particular patron.


W. E. DieterleI
Varsity Tailor
117 E.Liberty St.
Reinger & Company
The Old Place Billiard
Cigars, Candy, Tobacco
Ball & Simmons
Rentals, Houses, Rooms
or Apartments


Eastman Kodaks---Photo Supplies
Headouarters for Ann Arbor is at


LYNDON'S, 719 N. University
We do more amateur finishing than all otheis put together, and we do it better.
Tank method gives best results.
Vziiversify Music House, Press Buzildin j Maynard St.
Carrles a choice of stock of
Classic and Popular Music
Am~d solicits pstroriaage of sumamer.- stadens




University School of Music
Albert A. Stanley. A. M., Director
Summer Session, July 5-Aug. 26 S ty le s
Regular school year begins October 3. Hats, Suits, Overcoats, and Men's Furnishings. Drop in and see them
Courses in all branches of Music.
Affiliated with University.
30 Artist Tedcere. Call, or send for . J. W V E R T H ,
ileustested calendar. F*J VE H COMPANY
Maynard St. Ann Arbor, Mich.


121 Waithatnn f.

RANDA LL & PACK, Photographers'


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