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returning same day: Port Huron $1.oo; Fats orTashmoo
50 cents; or Toledo and return, steamer "Owana" leaves De
everywerkday 8: 1asom.,uevery Suday 8 30a.m., returns t
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For an Aftornoon Ride to St. Clair Flats, Tashmooo Park or
Horon way ports take thse "City of Toledo" at 2:30 pt.
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THE NEW CATALOGUE OF THE-
UNIVERSITY OF MICHISAN
is now ready
Complete information concerning seven departments:
Collegiate, Engineering, Medicine,
Law, Pharmacy, Homeopathy,
Dentistry and the Graduate School
and the Summer Session
Special courses in Forestry, Newspaper Work, Landscape Design,
Higher Commercial Edncation including Railway Administration and
Insurance, Architecture, Conservation Engineering, Pedagogy (affiliated
with Ann Arbor High School for Observation Study), and a new course
for those preparing for the scientific administration of departments
of sanitation and public health.
For Copy of Catalogue, Special Announce-
ment or Individual Information address
SHIRLEY W. SMITH
Secretary University ANN ARBOR
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- July 22-Lecture-Radio-Activity (il-
lustrated). Assistant Professor S.
C. Lind. 5 p. m.
Visiters' Night at the observatory.
Admission by ticket. Tickets may
be secured only at the office of the
Secretary of the Summer Session
between the hours of 2 and 4, upon
presentation of the Treasurer's Re-
July 23-Lectures-Mushrooms and
Toadstools, Edible and Poisonous
(illustrated). Assistant Professor
C. H. Kaufmann. 5 p. m.
Lecture-Medicines, Their Use and
Abuse. Dr. C. W. Edwards. 8 p. it.
Visiters' Night at the Observatory.
8 p. m.
July 24--Lecture-Book-plates (illus-
trated). Librarian T. W. Koch. 5
Visiters' Night at the Observatory.
8 p. m,
ENGINEERS DEFEAT LITS (i TO 5.
First of Summer Baseball Games is
Played ini the Ra.
South Ferry Field was the scene of
a desperate encounter between the
Engineers and Lits this morning, in
which the knights of the shop swam
home with the long end of a 6 to 5
score, The game, despite the weather,
was full of thrills, a real Ty Cobb
home run by Brodie, of the Lits, and
the uphill fight of the bridge-builders
being the features.
The school teachers started with a
rush in the first inning, collecting two
counters from as many hits, and hold-
ing down their opponents the other
half. In the second inning neither
side scored, although the engineers
made a good bid, filling the bags, but
were unable to shove one across, the
third man dying in a dash for the
The third inning was full of thril-
lers, the lits starting off with another
brace of runs, one being the afore-
mentioned home run. In the second
half, the engineers again filled the
bags, with none out, and the lit pitcher
obliged by forcing in two runs.
Blake then batted his team into a tie
at four all, by a two bagger to center.
Nothing daunted, the lits collected
another tally to start the fourth, but
the engineers per one Schaeffer, came
back with two, winning the game
which was called on account of the
After crucifying the umpire, the
teams arranged a second match on
Thursday afternoon at four o'clock.
Any students desiring to enroll under
the banner of either department should
call the manager of the respective
teams, Lits, Brodie, 1314. Engineers,
Blake, 1628-L. The laws are also to
have a team in the field next week.
Hayes, the manager of the barristers
barnstormers, may be reached at
1 2 3 4 R H E
Lits ...........2 0 2 1-5 4 3
Egs-.-.........0 4 2-6 4 2
Batteries--Lits: Fox and Wagner.
Eugs.: Blake, Metcalf, and Schu-
Big Shoe Sale
E. Re FROST
302 S. STATE
You save money by getting your shoes
at Frost's Shoe Store all New Goods
at Reduced Prices.
Tennis Goods of All Styled
Summer Homes in Ann Arbor
on Bluffs overlooking Huron River
Secluded, quiet and within walking distance of the University. Lots cheap as anywhere. Woods and
boating, too. Inquire JAMES H. McDONALD. Ford Bldg, Detroit. He will teli you how to walk out and
1 U. OF M. AND HURON RIVER BOAT LIVERY, Paul 6. Tessmer, Prop,, Phome 656
Polhemus TransferLine w "ArtoliC'
Stark & Richie Props. State Savtn s Bank
Taxicab and Automobile service. Busses ANN ARBOR, sCH.
Hacks and Baggage
Canoes Delivered Capital Stock - - - - $50,000.00
207 N. Mals St. Phones15 Surpl sand Profits - - - $75,000.00
UNIVERSITY PHARMACY Coudinwke Telephone us Bel 41; home i9bloue
1219 S. University Ave. We deliver ice cream every day in
Ice Cream Sodas summer School Supplies the week
Perfumes, Toilet Soaps & Toilet Articles
Prescriptions our specialty We insist on satisfying
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EXCLUSIVE MOTION VIEWS
REMEMBER ! Complete
Change Program Daily
Continuousfrom 7 to 10 p.m. Come
when you like stay as long as you please
SPECIAL EXTRA FEATURES
Pipe Organ Recitals
MR. LEWIS JAMES, Tenor
FRANK TABOR, Pianist
MATINEES AT 4 P. M.
Best Seats 5 & 10c
FILMS, PAPER AND
in our comfortable and easy-fitting light-
weisht garmets that we tailor beyond com-
parison in style and Sit.
For the younger set, a swagger air, imparted
by an artfal dash of New"TYarbisbsess here
For the man of sober taste, simplicity with-
out severity, fashion without freakishness.
Oar craftsmen tailor garments to drape
perfectly. Oar fabrics look well and wea
Oor prices.are easy of reach.
J. KARL MALCOLM
604 East Liberty St.
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LYNDON, PH OTOG RAP HE R
Ann Arbor's Headquarters for Kodaks, Cameras and Photo Supplies
I make a specialty of Developing, Printing and Enlarging for Amateurs-by modern
methods. This has been my business for eight years and it has increased every day--only results
will do this and so whenever you want anything photographic look for the sign of the kodak-
that's where things move.
LYN DO N
719 North University
Kodaks for Rent, 10c per day