White Swan Laundry
We do the WHITE SWAN Junction of
Finest Laundry Catherine and
Work Detroit Streets
and Fourth Avenue
in the city. Phone a
us an order and sl Phonet 165
be convinced Home Phone 152-Whit
WHITE SWAN LAVNDRY
We are showing an especially fine assortment of
WOOLIENS for Summer
in Flannels and Light Grey Suitings
Keep Cool. Come where all legs lead to.
F. A. MYLES
(Second Floor) 607 E. William St.
DETROIT UNITED LINES
BETWEEN DETROIT, ANN ARBOR AND JACKSON
Limited Cars East Bound-7:50 a. m., 1:50 p. m., 4:50 p. m., 7:50 p. m.
Limited Cars West Bound-9:24 a, nr., 2:24 p. m., 5:24 p. m, 8:24 p. m.
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. m.,
also 12:15 a. m., 12:30 a. m., 12:50 a. m. To Saline, change at
Local Cars West Bound-5:45 a. m., 7:15 a. m., asd every two hours
to 11:15 p. m.
College Men, Take Notice
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR
BUSINESS5te FOR YOUNG MEN
Iatetvtews and Cerrespondaece Setetted
Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co.
. T. C CE, General Agent
615 Hammond Bldg. DETROIT
If you are looking for the Coolest Place in Town, and the
Best Place to Eat,1Board at
The Cutting Cafe
Corner of Monroe and State Streets
Regular Board, Meal Tickets, and Single Meals
Bell Phone 1097-I.L Home Phone 524-White
The Ann Arbor Swimming
WILL BE OPEN
EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
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.
Unless otherwise specified, the lectures
will be given in the West Lecture Room,
Aug. 16, 5 p. m.-Deception in Food and
Drugs (illustrated). Dean J. O.
Aug. 17, 3-5 p. m-Visiting day at the
naval tank, New Engineering Build-
Aug. 17, 5 p. m.-The Courts and the
Constitution. Prof. F. S. Corwin of
Aug. 18, 5 p. m.-Shadows. Prof.J. W.
Aug. 19, 5 p. m.-Halley's Comet (illus-
trated). Prof. R. H. Curtis.
Aug. 19, 8:30 p. m.-Reception. Bar-
bour Gymnasium. Students must pre-
sent Treasurer's receipt at door. Ex-
tra tickets may be procured at the
office in University Hall Friday, Aug.
19, from 2 to 4:30 p. m.
Aug. 21-Musical concert at Michigan
BILLY WASMUND REPORTED
STABBED IN CHATTANOOGA.
According to the Detroit Journal,
Billy Wasmund is still having a little
excitement, even if football is a little
out of season. As most of the summer
students probably know, Wasmund play-
ed quarter for Michigan, last year, and
it was due largely to his efforts that
the championship came where it be-
onged. The story in the Journal is as
The Detroit athlete is working as a
civil engineer for Geo. H. Fuller &
Co. on a skycraper is Chattanooga.
A drunken laborer was interfering with
work arouid the structure when Was-
mund undertook to escort him off the
premises. A fight started and the labor-
er was getting the worst of it, when he
suddenly pulled a knife.
Before the combatants could be sep-
arated Wasmund received five wounds.
Covered from head to foot with blood,
he was carried to a physician's office.
It was necessary to take too stitches i
His condition is not serious, but he
will probably be forced to give'up
thought of coaching this fall. He had
accepted a position at a Texas insti-
Wasmund's parents live at 441 Elm-
wood avenue. Before attending Michi-
gan he was the star athlete at Eastern
high school. From Eastern he went to
Lafayette, remaining there one year.
Michigan university saw him next,
where he starred as a quarterback for
BOTANISTS DISCOVER MANY
SPECIMENS GOOD TO EAT.
A large number of students in the
botany department, accompanied by their
instructors, made their last Saturday
excursio ofthetsummer session last
week. They left town at 9 a. n. on the
Ann Arbor for Mud Lake, in the vi-
cinity of Whitmore. The students
found an ample supply of huckleberry
bushes on the bog and a good deal of
time was spent in stripping these bushes
of their fruit. Some apple trees were
also encountered and the botanizers
made a special study of the fruit of
these trees, laying emphasis on the taste.
What little time was left was spent on
subjects a little more educational per-
haps, even if less pleasant.
Big oxford sale at Amand and For-
Rooms for , Lady Students. Pour
suites and one single room, all conven-
iences, within two blocks of campus.
80S E. Huron
Best prices for pennants and sou-
Some more of those new salted pea-
nuts. Cushing's Pharmacy,
Big oxford sale at Allmand and For-
Guitares amnd Mastdolins
BEST IN THE WORLD
For Sale at'
SCHAEBERLE .A SON
MUSIC HOUSE 110 S. MAIN ST.
We Do the Highest Crade of Work
Varsity Laundry CO.
215-217 S. Fourth Avenue
Call gas. Either Phone. and Our Wagon Will Call Promptly.
406 DetroIt Street
We call for and deliver your Laundry
FINEST QUALITY OF WORK DONE
Bell Phone 457
One Block From Campus 1212 South University
THE PLACE TO EAT
Special Sunday Dinners 35c
Board by week - - $3.50
Th Mcign lmnl
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important events. tIt contains personal items concerning members of
your class every month. (A volume of the Alumnus contains the his-
tory of the University for the year. Cilt publishes a series of well
chosen pictures every month.
YOUR VACATION lR!P
I N 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 enjoy every minute. All the important ports of the
Great Lakes are reached regularly by the excellent service of the D. & C. Lake
Lines. The ten large steamers of this fleet are of modern steel construction;
propelled by powerful engines and have all the qualities of speed, safety aud
comfort. The United Wireless Telegraph Service used aboard.
Tickets reasing via any rail line between Detroit and Buffalo, Detroit and
Ceveland 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 enroute every trip and at Goderich, Oat., 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.
Sddrss...G. LEWIS, G. P. A.. DETROIT
P. H. MCMILLAN, PRES. A. A. S;HANTZ, 4EN. Man.
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