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The Wolverine, 1912-07-02

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THE W OLVERINE

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LOOKS LIKE A
"BANNER YEAR."
(Continued from page 1)
begun. Although only 88 have signed
up to take work in the medic depart-
mdnt this summer it is expected that
the figure of 121 marking the 1911 en-
rollment, will be easily reached.
SCHEDULE DURING '
FIRST WEEK FULL
(Continued from page 1)
deal of time in Lansing as an expert,
witness in the investigation into the
official conduct of the State Tax Com-
missioner, Robert Shields which is be-
ing conducted by Governor Osborn.
Dean Victor C. Vaughan of the Med-
ical Department will address summer
students at eight o'clock in the West
Amphitheatre of the Medical Building.
With the theme "The Philosophy of a
Scientist" Dean Vaughan hopes to re-
move from popular disapprobation the

seeming utilitarianism and material- ing at 8 o'clock. The annual summer
ism of the man of science. The view reception of the faculty to the stu-
of the evolutionary theory of life as dents will follow at the close of the
containing a good bit of idealism will address in Barbour gymnasium. Pres-
be new to many, and the dean's pre- ident and Mrs. Hutchins, Regent and
sentation of it will be authoritative Mrs. Beal and the deans of the differ-
and instructive. ent departments with their wives will
Professor Scott's talk which comes receive the guests. There will be danc-
tomorrow afternoon at 5:00, will be on ing and music in the gymnasium.
"The Congress of Letters." The ad- Tickets may be procured by students
dress gives in a humorous way the by presenting at the office of the sum-
professor of rhetoric's observations on mer school their treasurer's receipts.
styles of writing. The conception is The receipt itself will admit the hol-
that the speaker is the only survivor der; the tickets are for friends. Each
of a Congress called from all quarters receipt is good for one ticket.
of the globe to formulate laws of
writing which are as necessary as the WILSON IS NOMIAIFL
laws of nations. Celebrities who ad-
dress the meeting are Hottentot chief- As we go to press word comes that
talus and German scientists and other Woodrow Wilson has been nominated
notble. st Baltimore. to run on the Delfmocratic

Faculty Reception to Students.
President Hutchins will deliver an
address of welcome to summer stu-
dents in University Hall Friday even-

presidential ticket.
THE TREASURER'S FALL LINE

GRANGER'S Academy of Dancing
SVM MI1K SCHOOL
Classes begin Tuesday, July 9tli. Assemblies every Tuesday and Friday
venino heLinninetnlend. nrnarticularcall at Academ eornhonee246

nversit ftusnc1bouse
Press Building Maynard Street
Across from Majestic
Yellow and Blue
Varsity
"I Kind o' Like
Ann Arbor"
College Opera Songs
WArd by 46, UNI ERSTY MUSIC HiOUSE AN Arbor Aho
Headquarters
for College, Operatic and
Popular Music
Also a choice stock of the Stand=
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Bell Phone
165

Tinker &Company
Furnishers and Hatters to University Men
342 South State Street
WHITE, SWAN LAU -DRY
JUNCTION OF DETROIT & CATHERINE STS. & FOURTH AVE.

Our water softening plant cost us $2,00. It costs you noth-
ing extra to have all the advantage tf laundiy Rork dcie in
water soft as rain water instead of distructive acids and bleaches.
Tile finest lingerie waists and d3 ts s vii C( me bNick to ou like
new. Collars and Cuffs like :now. Try your duds in our suds
and be convinced. Mask tour package "White Swan" and call
our wagon. No extra charge for call or delivery.
WHITE SWAN LAUNDRY

Home Phone
152 White

Line Keeps 'Em Hustling.
"Every minute sir, all day we've
been on the jump working with the
summer school students," said Treas-
urer Campbell with a sigh as he walk-
ed limply out of his office last night.
"We began to have a line of them Sat-
urday and today. they've been coming
in, without a letup. If this office is
any criterion it will be a big summer
school this year, alright."
Starting even before the office open-
ed. and continuing during the whole
time of the six. long office hours, the
ever-changing line of patient waiters
lingered outside University hall, anx-
ious for a chance to part with the
necessary coin.
Every year the same scene is twice
re-enacted, in the summer and in the
fall. Protestations and appeals have
failed to alter this inefficient system
whereby incoming students are made
to stand, sometimes for hours, waiting
their turn to exchange a few slips. A
door was cut in the north end of the
office last fall to let out those who had

THE CHARMS OF OUR SUMMER SEAS
Spend your vacation on the Great Lakes, the most
economical and enjoyableouting in Ameriac
WHERE YOU CAN GO
No matter to what point you wan to g use D. & C.LineSteamers operating to
allimportatixpents.
Dily service between Detroit and Buffalo, May 1st to November 1st. City of
Detroit Ill and City of Cleveland III, the largest side wheel steamers in the world,
on thisdiviionhuneItth toSeptember 1Oth. Daily sereice between De troit
andClrevelandApril 15th txoxcemexhee1lt.EturingpJuly and Augstcitwecbcts
out of Detroit and Cleveland every Saturday and Sunday ight.
Four trips weekly between Toledo, Detroit, Mackinac Island and way ports.
Daily service between Toledo, Cleveland and Put-in-Bay.
Specia1 SteamerCleveland to Mackinc Iblend. nectrips weekly. Jxxe 15th io
Sepiteher Itt stppinnlycit eacrireey trip cxd Godeich, Ont., every
xthertralp.
Speciailay Tripsbetween Detroit and Cleveland, During July and August
Tuesday, Wednesday,Thursday and Saturday out of Detroit; Monday, Wednes-
diy, Thursday and Fridcy ext cf Cleveland.'
RAILROAD TICKETS AVAILABLE:-Tickets reading via any rail line
between Detroit and Buffalo and Detroit and Cleveland will be honored for
trcnsportaiion en D. & C. Line Steamcers in eithep dipectien.
Send aentstamp frllustrated Pamphlet and GreaLakes Map.
Addes L.G. Lewis, G. P. A., DetroitA ,Mich
Philip H. Mcillan, Pee. A. A. SchantzCoGe'InMge.
Detroit & Cleveland Navigation Company

Det cuhit-P u t-in-Bay
Sandusky-Cedar Point
Daylight Trips to Cleveland $1.25
Steamer "Put-in-Bay" {New), Four thousand passenger
capacity, Largesf'dancing deck on t'he Lakes, Continuous music.,
Ocean steamer chairs, Private parlors, Commodious dinig
~A- and lunch rooms. Fast steel side-wheel steamer "Frank E.
ad Cedar Pint-Wordfamousbathing bacheshtoryc
caves and mammoth hotels. Special trips to Cedar Point from
Detroit every Sunday during July and August. Daily to Cleve-
land 8:30 a. i.., via Put-in-Bay, $1.25 each way. Steamer
"Pui-in-Biy" leaveseroieit daillyat 8:30 a. mi tSeamere"Frank
E. Kiby' leavsetiroit dnily ait :0 p. in. Rocnd talp lure
to Put-in-Bay, 50 cents cc week daysSundayi 75 cents.
ASHLEY & DUSTIN STEAMER LINE
O.S. Dustin, G. P. A., Detroit °
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ished, and avoid an absolute block- The A Arbor
e of the entrance, but aside fromT A
is "drop in the bucket" no im-
iovement appears forthcoming.
Baseball ames in Detroit.
July 3, Cleveland; July 4, St. Louis
rning and afternoon, "double head
July 5 and 6, Detroit plays at Chi-
go_ __Pool
EXTRA FEATURE
Tuesday, July 2nd FRED C. WEINBERG, Proprietor
T H E
ORLEANS COACH OPEN EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
A true Story of the greatest Judicial Error ever 9:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M.
Committed. Unparalled in action and Photo-
graphy it forms the greatest film ever Produced For Ladies and Gentlemen. Tuesday and Friday fore-
by the PATHE FRERES, the worlds greatest
motion picture manufacturer. The Story'in 3 noons for ladies only.
reels.
TEMPLE THEATRE
MAIN STREET The Pool is Fed with Cool Spring Water
Admission - - - 5 cents tall
'an -A .1725 S. Fil th Ave. Phone 996-2 rings

3000 feet of film

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