Players are particular GIRLS WILL HAVE
about cues. W have good GY N T U T O
cues; light or heavy, plain,
corded, or ebony to suit.
Find what you like and we-
reserve it for y ou in private ,
drawer without charge. Miss Bigelow Remains forSum-
mer to Give Regular Work
HUSTON BROS. for Women
307-309 S. State St.
GAMES PLAYED ON PALMER FIELD
THE WVELL-KNO VN Barbour gymnasium will have a resi-
Chubb House dernt director this summer for the first
time in its history. Miss Bigelow the
One Block from Campus. dirctor of physical training for women
at the university will remain here dur-
ing the entire summer to give instruc-
209 S. State St. tion to the women.
The work offered in Barbour gymna-
Rates, $350 Per Week su"mwill include general gymnastics for
orincividual inmprovemeint, such as marci-
ing, free standing exercises, apparatus
work and gymnastic games. If enough
people desire it a course in normal
Co to the school work in gymnastics, suitable for
STUDENTS SUPPLY STORE those who already have had some ex
perience as teachers of physical training.
FOR ALL YOUR In the dancing exercises there will be
Summer School Supplies classic and folk dances.
In sports there will be basketball, vol
Note Books, Foastain Pens, Station- ley ball, tennis, and archery. Instruc-
ery, Fin Line a Candies,
Cigars, Etc. tion i these ganes will be given at Pal
mer Field, the recreation ground re-
L. C. SCHLEEDE cently purchased by the university wo-
11 t1 South University men.
Swimming instruction will be given in
Barbour gymnasium where there isa
large swimming tank. All summer schoo
FROST women who make the request will b
given instruction in this branch of ath-
30,2 SOUTH STATE STREET letics.
DEALER IN If there is sufficient demand it is like
ly that instruction in canoeing will b
Fie Footwe ' -iven on the Huron. This matter ha
not been definitely settled as yet, but as
soon as Miss Bigelow returns to th
Sole Agent for the Famous city this wil be taken up with her.
SUMMER SESSION SHOWS.
A GRADUAL INCREASE
Eberbach & Son Company During the last few years the number
wHOLESALE AND RETAIL of students attending the university sum
Chemicals, Drugs and Sundries mer session has been on a steady in
200-202 E. Liberty St. crease. Regular students are beginning
teenth summer session at the university.
It had the largest enrollment, together
with the largest number of courses giv-
en, that the university has ever had.
More graduate students completed
their studies and sustained examinations
for higher degrees during the summer
school just past than in any previous ses-
sion. Representatives were present from
forty-five states and territories, the Dis-
trict of Columbia, and thirteen foreign
countries. These were England, China,
Germany, Colombia, Brazil, Japan, Mex-
ico, India, Switzerland, Canada, Cuba,
Porto Rico, Costa Rica.
Only 53% of the students were from
Michigan. The five states of Ohio, New
York, Pennsylvania, Illinois, and Indi-
ana sent 300 students, or a little less
than 25% of the total. Women made
up 20% of the total enrollment. 105 col-
leges and universities were represented.
HONORARY DEGREES GIVEN
Fifteen go to People who have done
Fifteen honorary degrees were con-
ferred at commencement this year,
fourteen going to men and one to a
woman, Dr. Alice Hamilton of Chica-
go. The degrees were for services ren-
dered as follows:
Master of Arts-Frank W. Fletcher,
Detroit, for his long and faithful ser-
vices as regent of the University of
Michigan; Dr. Martin Sabin, Centre-
ville, Mich., in recognition of patriotic
services during the civil war and of
his attainments as a citizen; Dr. Alice
Hamilton, Chicago, in recognition of
a her services in sociological work; Dr.
l Beverly Harrison, Detroit, in recogni-
e tion of his services in advancing the
standards of medical education in the
state of Michigan; Prof. Joseph V.
Denney, dean of the department of
fine arts, at Ohio State university, in
recognition of his attainments in the
s field of rhetoric and English; Thomas
e May, Detroit, in recognition of his
merit and attainment as a newspaper
artist and cartoonist of international
Master of Laws-Edward S. Rodgers,
Chicago, Ill., in recognition of his con-
r tributions to the literature of the law
- of trades and copyright.
- Master of Engineering-Walter S.
g Russel, Detroit, in recognition of his
r success in business and professional life
x and of his many services to and great
e interest in this university.
Doctor of Laws-Robert Hall Bab-
- cock, Chicago, Ill., for his achievement
e as a physician and for his original work
d in the field of his specialty; Brigadier
s General James H. Kidd, Flint, in recog-
. nition of his valient services in his
a country's cause during the Civil war
r and his journalistic achievements and
n literary attainments; Hon. Aaron V.
- McAlvey, Lansing, in recognition of his
distinguished judicial services both as
- a trial judge and as a member of the
highest appellate tribunal of the state;
Judge George Hosmer, Detroit, in rec-
ognition of his long and honorable ju-
dicial career and of his scholarly at-
Itls interesting to note that Dr. Bab-
cock has won his high fame, and pres-
tige in spite of the handicap of total
blindness since the age of twelve years.
Bachelor of Science in Engineering
as of the class of 1894-William Henry
Rosecrans, Chicago, for his distinguish-
ed achievements in engineering in con-
nection with water power and irriga-
tion developments in the west.
Bachelor of Laws, as of the class of
1873-George W. Moore, of Detroit, for
his legal attainments and his deep in-
terest in the historical development of
Bachelor of Arts, as of the class of
1898, Karl Harriman, Chicago, in rec-
ognition of his work in the field of
magazine literature and of his attain-
ments as a writer of fiction.
PAPER CARRIERS WANTED
Apply at Wolverine Office
Fcr Rent-Seven-room modern house,
ten minutes walk from campus. Fine
view. Large lot. Rent $25 per month.
Can give immediate possession.
$37.50. Twelve-room modern house
less than two blocks from the campus.
This is a very desirable place.
$22.00. Seven-room all modern house
south of campus.
SUMMER SCHOOL AT GRANGER'S
School of dancing opens Friday even-
ing, July 8th. Classes for ladies and
gentlemen Tuesday and Friday evenings,
7 to 8 o'clock. Tuition $3.00.
Programme parties will also be held
on same evenings, 8 to 1o o'clock. For
particulars call at Academy or phone
D. A. Killin carries a full line of tn-
L. D. CARR & H. H. SERVIS,
2-3-4. 17 A. A. Sav. Bk. Block.
Full line of new alarm clocks at D. A.
Killin's, 310 S. State street. 2.
L. D. CARR & H. H. SERVIS,
2-3-4. 17 A. A. Sav. Bank Block.
Flue Footwear at Allmand & Forsythe's.
Try thenetw salted peanuts; only one
place in towni-Cuashig's Pharmacy.
Men Wanted-To work on pipe laying.
Ann Arbor Gas Co. 1-2-3.
Packard shoes and oxfords at Allmand
Two large cool suites, three single
rooms. Convenient boarding houses.
Phone 789-J. Mrs. F. W. Schumacher,
6o9 Monroe. 1-2-3.
Cool Oxfords at Allmand & Forsythe's.
FULLER & OCONNOR
Steam and French
Suits Pressed 25c
619 E. William Street
JOHN H. LAMBERT
The University Shoe Shop
Full line aArrowsmithArehProps
with Maehinery fur Adjusting
LACES AND POLISHES
613 E. William St., Anp Arbor
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Capital 550,000 Surplus and Profits$100,000
General BankingBusiness. 3 percent paid
an Time and Savings Deposts. Safety De-
poesit aes to rent at it00 andupwards
R. KEMPF, Pres. H. G. PRETTYMAN, Vice-Pres.
H. A. WILLIAMs. Cashier F. T. STOWE, Asst.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
CapitaisStock$50,000 Surplus $290,000
A General Banking Business Transacted
OrrIcERs: Chas. E. Hiscock, Pres.; W. D.
Harriman, Vice Pres.: M. J. Fritz.Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. J. Booth Jno. V. Sheehan
Win. Arnold Dr, V. C. Vaughan
Ias. H. Wade E.F. Biug
John Haarer Jno. Koch
Prot H. S. Carhart Henry W. Douglas
Christian Martin Dan F. Zimmerman
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ANN ARBoR, MICH.
E. D. KINNE, HARRISON SOULE
S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
Capital, $100,000. Surlus and Profits, $60,000.
Cormmexrctl .. d
Cor. Matm sand Libertystreets
U. of M. and
Huron River Boat Livery
Canoes and Boats Rented
P. C. TESSMER, Proprietor
Both Phones 656
+ + + +
At low rates at
THE MOTTLEY HOUSE
Northwest corner Thompson and
Jefferson Sts., two short blocks
west from University Hall.
to stay over for the summer in larger
numbers, and more graduates from other
institutions are coming each year. Thi
lengthening of the summer term from
six ho eight weeks had no effect on re
ducing the attendance. This year th
summer term it law has been micreased
to ten weeks so that regular courses
may be completed during the summer
The summer school is cosmopolitan to
high degree. Statistics from last yeas
show that nearly every state in the unior
was represented, and many foreign coun-
tries as well. -
Last year the attendance at the sum-
mer school was 1225. This was the six-
FAM ILY THEATRE
r COOLER THAN THE POLAR REGIONS o
This Afternoon :: Tonight
LILLIAN KNOX LOWE and LOWE
Girl With the Diamond Dress The Bell Hop and the Girl
MONDAY TVESDAY WEDNESDAY
Maddox and Lane
German Comedians and Others
Special MatInees July 4
2:30 TO 6:30. EVENING. 7:50 TO 1:30
Result of Jeffries-Johnson Fight Read from Stage
FOR SUMMER SCHOOL
Second-Hand TEXT BOOKS
for all departments at prices that
will interest you.
Fountain Pens, Blank Books,
Stationery, Etc., Etc.
Portrait Studio - _319 East Huron Street