T H E W O L V E R I N E
UNION WILL START SERIES A special membership will be issued
OF WEEKLY DANCES FRIDAY. for a dollar which will entitle one to
the regular privileges of the club-
For the benefit of students attend- house, including use of billiard rooms
ing summer school at the university, reading and lounging rooms. In ad-
dition to this, musical programs, lawn
the Michigan Union will give a seriesparties and other entertainments will
of weekly dances throughout July and be given during the summer.
August, the first of which will occur A committee will have charge of
next Friday evening. Attendance at affairs consisting of Mack Ryan, chair-
these functions is limited to members man; John Lippincott, Louis Haller
only, and Wescott Smith.
SUMMER STUDENT SUPPLIES
We Specialize in NOTE ROOKS OF ALL DESCRIPTION
Watch and Jewelery Repairing
340 S. STATE ST. IRVING F. SCHLEEDE
UNIVERSITY AVENUE PHARMACY
GOULDING & WIKEL
Drugs, Cigars, Candy, and Stationery.
Agency Moore's Non-Leakable Pen
The White $wan Laundry
Corner Detroit and Catherine Sts. and 4th Ave., Ann Arbor
USES SOFT WATER
R in every bundle of Laundry work sent from the White
J.easons Swan Laundry, why you should
CALL PHONE 165
for our wagon. GoODS NOT ROTTED BY CE[EMtCALS-White,
not yellow nor blue--button holes intact buttons ditto. Special atten-
tion given to ladies clothes. OUR PRICES THE LOWEST.
THE WHITE SWAN LAUNDRY
-- , Rubber Soled Foot-
wear for Men and
that is SATISFACTORY and
RIGHT IN PRICE will be found at
MY NEW LOCATION-119 E. LIBERTY STREET
I have been headquarters for the past seven years for
this class of footwear.
(High Grade Shoe Repairing a specialty)
Important changes in courses, class
rooms and hours has been announced
~ by Secretary T. E. Rankin of the sum-
Course 6a in political economy is to
meet at 8:00 a. in., M. T. W. Th., and
f course 15a in the same department is
to be given at 1:00 o'clock on the same
days. Course 43a in History announ-
ed in the catalog for M. and W. 3:00 to
5:00 has been changed to Tu. and Th.
at the same hours. Course 4 in mathe-
matics in the department of engineer-
ing scheduled in the announcemen as
for M. T. W. Th. and F. from 9:00 to
11:00 has been changed from 8:00 to
10:00 on the same days.
The courses in botany are anuounc-'-
ed to meet as follows: Professor Po-
lock's courses in the basement of the
economics building; Professor Kanf-
man's courses in room 300, third floor,
chemical building (west side).
Professor Hus' classes in the new
engineering building, on the first floor,
opposite the. naval tank.
Special attention is directed to the
courses in landscape design given for
the first time this summer by Profes-
sor Tealdi. These are primarily for
students of botany and architecture
but are open to general students as
well. A special short course in human
anatomy is announced to be given by
Dr. Stokes. This will be given during
the first three weeks of the summer
session and is to consist of lectures
and demonstration but without actual
dissection. No credit is given. and
students desiring admission to the
course should consult Dr. Stokes, an-
atomical laboratory, new medical
bulding, room 314.
Announcements of a new Greek
course on ancient Athenian life which
is to be given this summer by Dr. Rob-
bins have been made. No knowledge
of Greek is required as a prerequisite.
the aim of the course being to give
students of history and literature
something of a knowledge of Greek
culture. Hours, M. T. W. Th. at 10:00,
room 108 T. H.
GR1EBSCH CL AIS GERMAN-
AMERICAN IS IDEAL CITIZEN.
Max Griebsch, the celebrated Ger-
man editor of Mlwaukee, Wisconsin,
delivered a lecture last night at West
hall in the physical laboratory on
His theme dwelt mainly on the
value of German-Americans as citi-
zens and patriots of America, and he
showed how by retaining the ad-
vantages of the fatherland adopting
the benefits of the new country they
helped greatly in the uplift of Amer-
ica as a whole.
He also showed how the German
schools have become the models of
the American schools, and he empha-
sized the fact that the German lan-
guage is now practically indispensible
as a subject to be taught in our high
schools and colleges, all of which
tended to prove that the German-
American was the ideal citizen of the
CLEVELAND PORT HURON.
BUFF-A LO GODE RICH
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THE CHARMS OF OUR SUMMER SEAS
Speedy yervacation on the Great Lakes, the most economical and enjoyable outing in
WhereYou Cn GoNociatter toswhut poict you west Isosgo, use 0. In C.
Where You Can GLne tamers aopeirating toall imprtat ors
D tly ereiso between Detroit and Buffalo, May 1st to November Ist. City of
F Detrit ltlnd CitysofCleveland IlI, two of the largest side wheel steamers in the world,
on this dision June 10th to September 10th. Daily service between Detroit and
C reiand cl 1ath to December s ut. DuingJulyand August two boats out of
Detroittand Clevelandeery Saturday and Sunday night.
Four trips weekly between Toledo, Detroit, Mackinac Island and way ports. Ten
Day Stopover allowed at Alpena either direction on tourist tickets without additional
cost. Daily service between Toledo, Cleveland and Put-in-Bay.
Special Steamer Cleveland to Mackinac Island, two trips weekly, June 15th to
September 10th stopping only at Detroit every trip and Goderich, Ont., every Monday
up-bound and Saturday down-bound.
Special Day Tripsbetween Detroit and Cleveland, DuringJuly and August
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday out of Detroit; Monday, Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday out sf Cleveland.
RAILROAD TICKETS AVAILABLE:--Tickets reading via any rail
line between Detroit and noffalo end Detroitend Cleveland will be honored
for t ransportaion en D. & C. Lice Steamers in eiher direction.
Send 2 cent stamp for llustrated Pamphlet and Great Lakes Map.
Address: L. G. Lewis, G. P. A., Detroit, Mich.
Philip H. McMillan, Pres.
f Detroit & Cleveland
Become Familiar With Michigan
Songs During the Summer.
We Carry a
Complete Stock of All
Choice Stock of Classic and
Special Prices on Stringed Instruments
During the Summer
Bargains in Pianos
MRS. M. M. ROOT
Press Bldg., Across from Majestic Maynard Street
om a r- 0 0
TINKER & CO Rubber Sole Oxfords, all styles, at
FURNISHERS and HATTERS to University Men Lunches and Sodas Campus Bootery. 208 S. State St. tf.
342 S. State St. aas south State Street
Call 15 for baggage checked from
house to destination. tf.
Universal Dry and Steam Clean- G ood B oard Soaps and toilet preparations at the
ing Works -Artistic Cleaners $3.00 Quarry Drug Co.
T. E. WAHL, Mgr. Two Blscks from Engineering Sldg. Suits cleaned and pressed, 75c. Ful-
Phone 877 1119 Packard St. 539 Forest Avenue ler & O'Connor, 619 E. William St. tf.
Mrs. E.A. Hurlburt
806 South University Avenue
Across from TappanHans
MA LCO L M
The Quality Tailor
Groceries and Meats
Call147. Everything First-Glass and Fresh.
GIVE US A TRIAL
A. LEMBLE, Sr., Prop. 530 Forest Avenue
Ann Arbor, Mich.
Thte .Most Complete
Establishment for Book Cases,
Desks,1 Tables and Crtrs
112-122 E. Liberty St.
MEET ME AT College Supplies, Toilet Articles at
A nice walk from any part-any evening Moderate Prices, Box Candy
for some of our Soda Specials.
N E N E
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