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For a Delightful All Day Outing on the beautifulS St. Clair Rive
take the steamer "Tashmo" any morning 8:45, Sundays 9:oo. Fa
returing aeday: Prt rn$1.5,FtlsoTahmo ark, 6
week-dayn, 75 Sdndays;rfor Toledoad return, steamer "Owan
leaves Detroit daily 8:3o a. mn., returns to Detroit 7:15 p. in.; fal
Sunays 50c; e;rek days $i.oo.
For an Atoonn Ride to St. Clair Flats, Tashmo Park or Po
Huron way ports take the "City of Toledo" at 2:30 p. .
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
Open from 8 A. M. to 5 P. M.
DINNERS SERVED FROM 11 A. M. TO 2. P. M.
Service a la Carte. Ladies' Rest Room in Connection
MACK & CO. (Tea Room Second Floor)-
Make training time a pleasure by drinking
and you'll forget all other deprivations. Nothing to equal it for real
refreshment, absolute wholesomeness and downright palate pleasure
Delicious - Refreshing
Demand the Genuine-
Refuse Substitutes 2
Whenever THE COCA-COLA CO.
you see an ATLANTA, GA.
SEALS, WATCH FOBS, STEINS, Etc., Etc.
Also Pine Watch and Jewelry Repairing.
Haler Jewelry Co.
Telephone 534 308 South State Street
The New Catalogue
University of Michigan
IN NOW READY
Complete information concerning seven departments:
Collegiate, Engineering, Medicine,
Law, Pharmacy, Homeopathy,
Dentistry and the Craduate Depart-
ment and the Summer Session.
Special Courses in Forestry, Newspaper
Work, Landscape Design, Higher Commercial
Education, including Railway Administration
and Insurance, Architecture, Conservation
Engineering, Pedagogy (affiliated with Ann
Arbor Schools for Observation Study), and a
course for those preparing for the soientific
administration of departments of sanitation
and public health,
For Copy of Catalogue, Special Announcement, or
Individual Information, address
SHIRLEY We SMITH
Secretary University A N N A R B 0 R
BIG CROWD ENJOYS OPENING
LECTURE BY PROF. ROTH.
(Continued from page 1)
"Conservation and Forestry." A large
audience enjoyed the lecture.
"Although some people seem to
think that conservation is a dead is-
sue," said Professor Roth, "the United
States is spending five aid one-half
millions annually for forestry work;
The national forest reserves comprise
an acreage five times the area of the
state of Michigan and five times the
extent of the Forest reserves of the
German empire; fifteen states now
have state foresters, and state legis-
latures are passing at each session
more progressive conservation laws.
While forestry education was tom-
menced late in this country methods
developed here have proved superior
to those of Germany, where conserva-
tion of forests has been practiced for
many years. Present methods of fire
protection were originated by a school
trained forester and the first well
trained forester to go to China is a
recent Chinese graduate of Michigan."
Interesting stereopticon views of
German forest reserves and tree nur-
series, and of forest fires and their
devastating effects in Michigan and
Idaho., were thrown on the screen,
Other pictures showed the work car-
ried on in this country by foresters,
and of Michigan forestry students en-
gaged in field work.
MICHIGAN TRACK STARS TO
COMPETE FOR CHAMPIONSHIP.
Hafi, Kohler and Sargent will Fight
for National Title in Chicago
Three of Michigan's track athletes,
Captain Haff, Captain-elect Kohler
and Sargent will compete in the na-
tional championships of the Amateur
Athletic Union of the United States
to be held in Chicago the latter part
of this week.
In the intercollegiate meet which
comes tomorrow, Haff will compete in
the 440 and Kohler will enter the
shot-put, hammer and discus throw.
Sargent is entered in the high-jump
in the Junior American Championships
on Friday, while all three men will
compete in the Senior American
Championships on Saturday.
Trainer Farrel who worked with
Haff and Sargent on Ferry Field last
week getting them into shape will be
at the meet. H. C. Smith, the young
freshman who showed such promise in
the dashes this spring has sent word
that he may compete. It is largely
from this meet that the American
Olympic Committee is expected to se-
lect its teams for Athens and Berlin.
WOMEN'S LEAGUE WILL GIVE
PARTY THURSDAY AFTERNOON.
The Women's League will give a
party for all university women Thurs-
day afternoon at 4:00 o'clock in Bar-
bour gymnasium. The entertainment
will consist of a short play, followed
by a dance.
Regular Friday afternoon parties
will be held in the gymnasium during
the summer. Hereafter, however, the
attendance will be limited to League
and all the remainder of t
summer our low cut shoes a
models of cool comfort and fos
wear elegance. They are made.
special lasts nt on high al
lasts cust down. That means
perfect fit without slipping at t
heel. Come and try on a ft
S5pairs. 'Tey come in all leathe
and at all prices.
PINGREE MADE SHOES
GILMORE SHOE COMPANY
119 South Main Street
ADS IN THIS COLUMN MUST BE MAJESTIC
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE. Kinemacolor
F IL MS D' ART Tonigh
Te Renfro PHOTO PLAYS
Barn fitted for Automobile. Good lo- CONTINUOUS SHOW 7 TO lOP. M.
cation. Less than one block from
campus. Inquire 516 E. Madison St., MATINEE
phone 288-L. 1-9 WEDNESDAY I
We can sell or rent you anything ALL SEATS 10 C T S
you want. Call Whitney Realty Co.,
210 N. State St., Phone 1134-J. tftI U TO N R 0 'S.
Tango party tomorrow (Wednesday)
night at Granger's. 1-2-3
Quarry's Drug Store, corner State
and No. University Ave., where you
will find anything in Drugs and Pre-
Rooms for Rent-Baptist Guild House,
503 E. Huron. Summer Rates. Ten-
nis Courts. 1-2
Call 15 for taxi. tf.
First class shoe repairing. Modern
Shoe Repair Shop. 611 E. William St.
Fuller & O'Connor Tailors. 619 E.
William St. tf.
Charcoal Grilled Porterhouse Steaks.
Bessimer's Grill. 113 W. Huron St.,
upstairs. Opp. Interurban Station. tf.
Microscopical and all Laboratory
Supplies at Quarry's Drug Sstore.
Call 15 for baggage checked from
house to destination. tf.
Rubber Sole Oxfords, all styles, at
Campus Bootery. 208 S. State St. tf.
Call 15 for taxi. tfo.
Films developed 10c per roll, any
length, any size. Hoppe & Co., Phto-
grapher, 619 E. Liberty. 1-3.
The Finest Biliard Room in the State.
CIGARS and CANDIES.
"We Try to Treat You Right"
COUSINS & HALL
Car. S. University and Twnlfth Street
"You can tell
If youant the best that is
clone, go to
The City Laundry
THOS. ROWErop. 404-406 Detroit Street
C. H. BROCK
HACK, BAGGAGE & LIVERY
Two Good Saddlers
Phase a t116 N. Fourth Ave.
We Make Old Hats New
All kinds Cleaned and Blocked.
The Best Shoe Shine Shop
NEXT TO WAGNER'S
WE PRESS BY HAND
Phone 1530 J C. I. KDD1112 S. Univ.Ave.
DRY AND STEAM CLEANING
THIS WAY you Summer Students-Come around for a LUNCH
that is a LUNCH
BANCROFT'S Cornerf :Monroe
A full line of
Tobacco and Cigarettes. Efgh Grade Confections and Fruit.
LYNDON, PHOTOG RAPH ER
Ann Arbor's Headquarters for Kodaks, Cameras and Photo Supplies
I make a specialty of Developing, Printing and Enlarging for Amateurs-by mxodern
methods. This has been my business for nine 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 kcdak-
that's where things move.
L Y N D ON
719 North University Kodaks for Rent, 10c per day