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The Wolverine, 1912-07-20

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THE WOLYSIRINE

AIM TO PTM .OTEUTr
STATE'S INTERESTS.
(Continued from page 1)
August 30. Regent Beal will represent
the board at the reception.
Provision was made for the furn-
ishing of the new home for internes
at University Hospital. The drinking
fountain tendered by the class of 1911
was formally accepted by the board,
and will be placed on the campus,
probably near the flag pole.
Philip E. Bursley was appointed in-
structor in French for the next year
to take the place of Mr. Plaisance who
is absent one leave.
Assistant Professor Calvin O. Davis,
of the Department of Education, was
promoted to Junior Professor.
Leave of absence for one year was
granted to Theodore Lindquist, in or-
der that he might accept for one year
the position of professor of mathe-
matics at Lombard ,College, Gales-
burg, Illinois.
The following degrees were grant-
ed: Master of Arts, G. B. Corliss,
Charles B. Davidson, Fred C. Elmer,
Will O. Gibbon, Harry G. Hayes, Elsie
L. Knapp, Roy C. Lord, Charles B.
Mitchell, Ralph E. Raycraft, George
W. Snedecor, Dean Swift Spencer,
Fred B. Wahr, and Frank Ernest
Work; Master of Science in Forestry,
K. C. Baker, Eli M. Brunner, C. P.
Cronk, H. F. Lindsay, Charles S.
Smith, Raymond J. Smith, Robert C.
St. Clair, M. J. Sweeney, Frank A.
Wagner, Howard E. West; Bachelor of
Science, C. J. Ettinger, H. R. Hart-
man, R. W. McGeoch, E. N. Munns, W.
F. Ramsdell, J. W. Sherrick, A. P.
Sutherland; Bachelor of Arts, George
H. Bishop, Newbold Bishop, Mai Byr-
on Bourne, Arthur D. DeFoe, Grover
C. Grismore, V. R. Hanson, Leo C.
Hughes, Charles Killman, A. H. Parks,
Mary F. Robinson, Frank L. Stephan,
William M. Strachan, W. H. E. Wil-
liams, Eva E. Hanks, C. W. McCallun,
Grace V. Newbold, W. W. Oliver;
Teachers' Diplomas, Newbold Bishop,
Eva E. Hanks, Leo C. Hughes, Grace
V. Newbold.
Classified Ads., subscriptions taken,
and copies of the Wolverine sold at
Cushings, 6-25.

EAS'TERNER PRAISES
MICHIGAN CA.PUS.
(Continued from page 1)
school are completed and several
years before it will be finished."
Mr. Kebbon has already visited the
Universities of Virginia and Pennsyl-
vania; and after spending a week, here,
he will leave for St. Louis to study
Washington'University, and later he
will visit the University at Lawrence.
ADD 40 ACRES TO FERY FIELD.
Aihiletic Association Secirec Ilch
.eeded LaandJ
The much needed class baseball
diamonds and football fields- are made
possible by a forty acre addition to
Ferry Field. Because of the crowded
conditions at Ferry Field, and in an-1
ticipation of the large number of new
students who will make use of Ferry
Field when the new blanket athletic
tax takes effect in October, forty1
acres of land have been purchased di-
rectly south of the present Ferry
Field. The triangular strip of land
north of the Ann Arbor tracks will be
put in shape for class football this
fall, while the remainder of the tract
south of the tracks will not be im-
proved for a year at least. This pur-
chase makes possible five new tennis
courts, which are now being construct-
ed south of the old tennis courts on
the ground formerly used for foot-
ball practice.
This forty acre addition, with the
thirty-nine already contained in Ferry
Field, gives Michigan an athletic field
which is one of the largest and best,
in the country.-
S, C. A. 1UYS SITE FOR
PROPOSED NEW CLUBHOUSE.
The Students' Christian association
yesterday purchased the property atI
the southwest corner of State and
Washington and will erect thereon a
four story building to cost about $150,-
000. The proposed building will con-
tain the Y. M. C. A. tclub rooms and
dormitories. It is probable that workj
on the clubhouse will not be begun
this year as the funds for its con-
struction have not yet all been raised.

THlE WElATMER
Showers tonight, and prob-
ably Sunday; warmer tonight.
OOl.OGISTS NOW IN EAST ON
NIAGARA FALLS EXCURSION
The party making the annual trip to
Niagara Falls, conducted this year by
Dr. I. D Scott, of the Geology de-
partnent, let tFrilayhafternoso for
Detroit, where they took the night
boat for Buffalo. Upon arriving in
Buffalo they at once preceded to
Niagara Falls where today will be
spent in sight seeing around the catar-
act. Although the trip was primarily
to study the rock formation of the
Falls, the chief industries using power
frock the Falls will be visited, includ-
ing the Shredded Wheat Biscuit Co.,
and the Niagara Electric Co. The par-
ty will leave Buffalo Sunday evening
and will arrive in Ann Arbor in time
for classes Monday morning.
This yea rthe party numbered twen-
ty-five, while last year thirty-four
made the trip.
YOU NEED THAT VACATION.
A D. & C. Coast Line Trip to Mackin-
ac is Most Delightful
Now.
You see it's like this-you've ham-
mered away at your work all season
and now you feel thee need of that
vacation which you've been denying
yourself. The D. & C. Line offers the
best transportation facilities to Mack-
inac and the north country, where
every inch of scenery is interesting
and where every little lake contains
the fish that bite.
Send for the D. & C. pamphlet and
take the next steamer.
Detroit & Cleveland Navigation Co.
Detroit, Mich.
Spend Saturday at Whitmore Lake
and dance the evening away at the
Lake House. 30 cents round trip from
Ann Arbor. tf.
Auto for hire. 1078-L. 7-11.
We sell Clothing for men and young
men. Allen's Good Clothes Store,
Ham Street. ff.
Thin Underwear and Hosiery for
men at Allen's Good Clothes Store.
Main Street. tf.
Sitting beside sweet K. T.,
Holding her hands was K. C.,
Then he looked in her I's,
But by this time you're Y's-
U. C. K. C. loved K. T.-then they
lunched after the dance at Tuttles',
338 S. State.
Straw Hats of the right kind at the
right prices. Allen's Good Clothes
Store. Main Street. tf.
Miss East, proprietor of the ,Home
Tea Room, 109 East Washington,
wishes .to announce to the summer
students and faculty that she is pre-
pared to cater to small parties, and
that she serves lunches and dinners
at regular hours. There is no better
service in the city. 109 E. Washing-
ton. Upstairs. 10-11.
Have the BEST MUSIC ni your own
home. The VICTOR VICTROLA furn-
ishes the best the country affords. The
University Music House, Press Build-
ing, Maynard St., Carries a complete
line of machines and records. 6-11
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK

Capita .... ............... ......300,000.04
Surplus and Uncivided Profits.. 100,000.00
Resources...... . ...... ,000,000.00
Transacts a General Banking Business
3 per cent interest paid on Savings Deposits
Your Besiness Solicited
Chas. f. Hiscock, Pres. tiebael J. Fritz, OCsh'r
W. D. Harriman, Vice- Pres. CearsP. Braun,
Ass. sh'r Wm. Walz, AssCsh'r Savings Dep't.
Cousins & Hall
FLORISTS
Corner of So. University and Twelfth
Both Phones 115

Tinker &Company
Furnishers and Hatters to University Men
342 South State Street
ASHTTEAMER
Detroit-Put-in -Bay
Sandusky-Cedar Point
Daylight Trips to Ceveland $.2
Steamer "Put-in-Bay" (New), Four thousand passenger
capacity, Lrgest dancing deck on the Lakes, Continuous music,
Ocean steamer chairs, Private Parlors, Commodious dining
and lunch rooms. Fast steel side-wheel steamer "Frank E.
-y Kirby." Double daily service now in operation to Put-in-Bay
y0 and Cedar Point--World-famous bathing beaches, historic
caves and mammoth hotels. Special trips to Cedar Point from
SDetroit every Sunday during July and August. Daily to Cleve.
land 8:30 a. i., via Put-in-Bay, $1.25 each way. Steamer
F1 i Put-in-Bay" eavesetoitaily t 8:0 a.m. Steamer "rank
to Put-in-Bay, 50 cents on week days; Sundays 75 cents.
ASHLEY & DUSTIN STEAMER LINE p
r ' O. S.Dustin, G.P. A.,Detroit
em40' t 5 t' :z
O~y, )

GRANGER'S Academy of Dancing
SU M MER. AS SEMB LIES beglie
FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 12Tli
iu w r-vn uc na v g - c - - A - ----- -- -,.....

THE CIH AIRMS ,Pu '1U- S UMMER SEAS
Spend our 'vacation on t~e Grest Lakes, the most
economical and entoable outing in~America
WHRE YOU CAN CO
No matterto what point you want to o, use D. & C.Lne Steamers operathg to
all impor r~t ports.
Drily sevice etween Detroit a Bufalo, May Ist to November tst. City of
Detroit Il and Cit ofCleveland It ',ete larget side nheeeamers in the world,
on tais division June IOth toc ,nSbr 10th, Day service between Detroit
and Cleveland Ar-i 15t to December tt.,Dorin'July and Auggst two boats
mit ofDetroitand Cleveland e.enryaterdlay and Sunday night.
Four trips .ete'y between Toledo ,Detroit, Mackinac Island and way ports.
Daily secrvciee etwen Tolo, t levelan,! and Put.in-fBay.
Special Seaner Clverid to tacknac eeland, two trips weekly, June 15th to
Secteber 11th stoppina only at De roit every trip and Goderich, Ont., every
SIeniatiOby Trip botweenDereitanT Cleveland, During July and August
TesdayWedn sTnhuhc ay, d Saturday cutoftDetroit; MordayWednes
day, Thursoday and 1=rinay notof Cl vet :d,
RAILROAD' rCKET3 AVAILABLE:-Tickets reading via any rail line
betwen Detro e and Buffalo a d Detroit and Cleveland will be honored for
transportation on D. & CLinnSie arners in e'her d ection.
Send 2 ce de oI atet tic plltandGr Lakes Map.
PhilipH, M}dlan, Pres. AA. Schantz, Ger -1Mgr.
Detroit & C .evad ° taign .icn Company
The Ann Arbor
FRED C WEINBERG, Proprietor
OPEN EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
9:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M.
For Ladies and Gentlemen. Tuesday and Friday fore-
noons for ladies only.
The Pool s Fed with Cool Spring Water
725 S. Filth Ave. Phone 996-2 rings

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