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June 24, 1913 - Image 4

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The Wolverine, 1913-06-24

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T1H11 E 'W 01,U v r, tOI N E

C'OMMEINCEMENT 9:00 a. insProcession starts.
WEEK PRIORAM. 10:00 a. m.-Commencement exer
cises. Address by George Edgar Vin-
(Continued from page 1) cent, LL., President of te Unier-
sity of Minnesota.
8:00 p. rn-Reception > y te Uni- 1:15 p. i.-Commenement Dinner
versity Senate in Memorial hall to in Waterman gyn. Tickets must be
invited guests, graduates, former st-
dent andfrieds o theUniversity. proeured at the office of the sereary
dens ndfrens f heof the university. Prier 75 crn5s
Cards of admission can be obtained eah.
from the various secretaries.____
Upon registration in the general HOD A N NU LPRlOiENADE.
offices of the Alumni association,
Memorial hall, where a reception will Beeath festoons of Japanese ]an-
be held during the forenoon, alumni tense strsng along the campus waks,
will receive class badges and souvenir cap-and-gowned seniors marched
pns, through tie evolutions of the annual
10:00 a. m. to 1:00 p. m.-Inspection senior prom. Monday night, while the
of the University. The buildings will universtiy band elivened te' usarch
be open, and a reception committee with martial music aid thousands of
will e appointed for each depart- townspeople and oisisencemdent visi-
int. tors looked on and apladeu.
12:00 a. in-Meeting of alumni ad- Seden HDikinson, president of the
visory committee at the Union. senior lis, accompanied by Howard
4:00 p. rn-Baseball game betweein Wilson, '1, led the procession. Start-
alumni teams, '03 vs. 'O3L. ing froin University Hall lbs line uf
Thursday. June 26.nmarhi followed uas almost the sonic
8:15 a. in-Bugle call and ceremony as thar used for hicssong-out parade.
of hoisting the flag. After the formal promenad, a short
8:30 a. r.-Commencement proes-I concert wvas rendered by te band in
Sion forms. tie temporary stand in front of Uni
The graduating classes will form in versity Hall.
line at their respective buildings. e-i.
gents, invited guests, adomembers of FomrB)'"dPflan Pay s th Brws
the Senate will assemble in University Johniny Lavans, the Uiversit o
hall. The alumni are reuested to Mihigais star shortstop is playing a
meet in Memorial hall. Positions in good fielding gains at short for the
the procession, with tickets and seats St. Louis Americans, the tans he join-
in Hill auditorium will be reserved ed as oons hn e finished his corse
for them. here.
The wives and guests of Senate mem- --- - -
ers who desire to attend the eae- 'Tangs1Dane,
ises will present tickets before 9:30 Tomorrowe iight (Wed.) at Gan-
a. in. Secure tickets at the secretaries' ge's, 9-2 p. in. t0c erpcosple. 1,
offices in advance. Admission will' be
by ticket only. I Call 15 for txi. tfii.
FOR THE
Newest- Styles 1in Shoes
That are Right in Price, for
Mien and omen
Go to the LIVE Shoeman
MY NEW LOGA ION IS 119 EAST LIBERTY STREET
To my friends and old customers among
visiting Alumni I desire to call attenion to the
fact that I have moved from Main St. to 119
E. Liberty St., where I would be pleased to
have you call on me.
(High GadcS/sec Jepsair i-igsecialy)

AI\N NI A. HI i'BkEtg4 hg3PT I ()
1811.1. ':('U lI TIlSEENIN(l.e
(s'adslr i~ ''. O{) IFxiir' n l r i un P3 f ' e I a tm
C a l t a i l^S is o r 's o t f s l l d ( l r r ii ws w i l l 5 5 s-
smble in t'arbor anirdi Wste5rissas
gyisisisirssstsits e(liien ingfretiretril-!
snai sets/osrreein an''" asill;-itli(
lst fossmssitgathiering ofustiresnergead-
uates.
Those sactendisng wrill enterthe Obuil-
ins by way of Pacrour gymt. A cc-
crtion u-itt br heldistntsthepos.
lees. arsd Mrs. H. U.1-Ittcibisswaill br'
at thre head of the receiving line, tot-
owred by thre deas of thre vairious Ic-
partet nt 'csisid byPassmilyra BH toe-
ridaniad Mrs. Iteat.
Daningi arill stsart its.'Wstermians
gyos immriediately after'lie re'epstiron
stnd cossinuise sissil thi smaaall houes of
the msoriig. 'hesn'wtsaricie sod brie
colors asill tre aseni hesdiecorachoirs
turd asssssbr'f s etusres rundsfaor'
dances a isve brett planned. At 12:0")
oocktsa tlucons "ill tic scrvin i
ts' basnest o1ftBsrbiouir gyms.
Tickets srart hu iig toe $1.00 stntdsisy
be purichsedr st tir'dore. 'T'herco-sia-
siitt a re'que asso csrriaigs anssd sic
flowes.'ficts asdmsittisig to the garl-
lery o sn ssro sangr i tisy be sine-
chased tot 50cecn/s.
re-d ScuffissichlerPres.nlesi-
ByiGrdlmalsl'a
Sesior ft n slssginererasiheldithese
cilas s ssy seser-ls's uisersTs's''l'isir oakis
sandlinsthe1.' i'sc'ris'seia-couiriss isht-
irsl t~this msornsisng.
'The liit'srogram ac s enedsby sai
saidrestry Iresideil l )ichisns. =g-
rico P. Psarkss-resadtire clsasiristory,

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Psietismn, the uli. s I erlshe y.T- ep'eC4 sc
senstsationsofthi las-sls issierit a, us
reaesd'csk -r otthlii'5neas1111Hi isti- _____
trnr, wascmitssits ia tsrlSehoefi'et. s
Presidesnlt,,Li'sr ofithuseioir enu- THE CHARMS OF OUR SUMMER S EAS j
ginrecra s-tsr-stthse boiltermakees'po Sedyour vacation o he reaneLutes, he ;Hsamecc'scdacl and eojoyablc outing me
'hiss' T etnlas,sailm as 55erstdlby WhererouaCan o teriowattposes ysu vasttnogon, uer &C
IHaj'otdil Gir-sins s'd ts-he rohtecy DisyheserobeCnero neSt emerssperating to altlisportant poets.
Dail sericebetwen Dtrot nd Bsfa, MaycIstito tNovemble stc City sf
by Edsardset 11cr'el1. lentnl .Gibbs di'- DceriIIandCity ofCleveland III, twoof the ltigerssidescheeert eames inothelorld,
unts livdision tonelth so Septembler lat.GeaiysevcebweSnorereoinod
hivre oe isnsoat iltsn nd, followsing this- Cerelasid April hasht Gesnmer set. Guring Jul'y and Aust tiouboats net oi
Detroiand Clevelnd eerySturday and Sl'idae night
grs-sn titinof sis classsmemssoral, a Sortrmessweekbetweenooleda, DGtroat, Mtat'iac tIand and way seats. Tee
sesniorcehisl, Dei'sa'sCcoley gavne this' DayStopoveennalled at Alpenaiter directio astouris tnckets withoni additional
cost. Duisrsice betwerns Toledo. Clevel-nid ad Ot-se-Oar.
farewn-elhiaddresas. Spaecial StrameClereladtno Maciac Islard. twro isips weekly, Juer15th in
lepemobee Oh stoapint only at Getsoitevery t'ip and Gaderiab, Get., every Moeday
After thii'e er toe hasin enior lila un-bonaddatrdaydown-bound.
anlatei ' Iso inesain in1 tn' s huker Spestal Dayripsbetnwenneroitnd Cleelad, DsringJuly and August
tid~ournd l theislml fr ab,, ket Torsday, Wednsday, Thrady and Satanday oatiof51eGrit; Monduy, Wednesrday,
piicnitewho'rt(n e5bi dispesid'i nwibh e-- Thureday sod Friday oatcr Cnevelnd
RAILROAD TICKEUTS AVIALrT reaeding via any caill
treasssss'ss, bamsinsan-dsi sthletiecatsn- line betwreenDetroit oand 5Buffalo sad FU.irosta.I t;'hee},3ewihl be honoed
tess. otraensporurtion on D. & C. Lintia 'sosnas s in ber e csiun.
Senta.2acedtostam or nn ttsd Pc-bit nudGrea-tb nil -Map
Adddness:L. G. Leawis,G. 11h, .Dee noi Mx-.
P ot all clus"annum icturs alln lPilA.A. Mllan, V e-. si .s
I 1- A.A.Scant, rie-res. and Gent Mgr,
Camuitiis Flotern'. 208 S. Sitte tdi . m ~
Call 1 one ba-tggececkednfrmmiii Mrs.E. A. HulrIut G c' n
House no desinastions. tn YI
Soasnd toilet pregaratnsaat thin' 8065South Univesity snr IOi1IiI c S.i' / no iit - -.
Qusarry Dcuc Co. A s em pasal '-L. ,Pt. 53i
Sunits cleaned aund ipressedl, 7te. Fiul-
her& O'Cnnasor. 1.Ol W ''illiamss On. to. TherMa
'Issursto Ilsinrie. That Makes _j eM.t Jmht
Tomiorrowninight O(Wed.)nt Least- Th Clte
T eCoh s grsar, 9-12 p. in. 50c per coulel. 1'That Make 1
The ManI fDTSFRSHN
I isn uia focettr BlsRCases-
FLORITS M A LAC O LR-a5s, Tabiles and Chairs j
Telephase in1 The Quality Tailor 11232 E Lberty St.

TINKER & CO.
FURNISHERS and HATTERS to University Men
342 S. Stale St.
Universal Dry and Steami Clean-
ing Works --- Artistic Cleaners
T. E. WAHL, Mgr.
Phone 877 1 119 Packard St.

TUTTLE LUNCH ROOM
Lunches and Sodas
338 Snails State Street
Good Board
$3.00
Two Bleckns fsom ElsnecertingBldg.
5 39 Forest Avenute

MEET ME AT
A nice walk from any part:-any evening
for some of our Soda Specials..

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College Supplies1 Tlet tikesat
Moert Pics_ BxCandy

N. E. KONOLD, Prop. Cor. Packard and Slate Sts.

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