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DRY AND STEAM CLEANING
THIS WAY you Summer Students-Come around for a LUNCH
that is a LUNCH
B~l~l CR F~l Corner of Monroe
BANCROFT'SUand Thayer Sts.
A fall tine of
Tobacco and Cigarettes. High Grade Confections and Fruit.
SPECIAL SALE ON LETTER PAPER AND TABLETS
We carry All Sizes Loose Leaf Paper
340 S. STATE ST. IRVING F. SCHLEEDE
UNIVERSITY AVENUE PHARMACY
GOULDING & WIKEL
Drugs, Cigars, Candy, and Stationery.
Agency Moore's Non-Leakable Pin
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Daily service between Detroit and Buffai, May it to Nnvember t3t. Cty of
Detroit IlI anodCtyol elandIsttwoofothelargestsidewheelsteamersintheworld,
en this division June I5th to Snptnmhnr 10th. Daily snrvicebeen Detroit and
Cleveland April 15th to December Ist. During July and August two boats out of
Detroit and Cleveland every Saturday and Sundaynight.
Four trips weely between Toledo, Detroit, Ma ac Island and way ports. Ten
Day Stopoer allowed at Alpena zither direction on tourist 01cets without additional
cost. Daily service hetweon Toledo, Cleveland and Pot-in-Bay.
Sp ecal Steamer Cleveland to Macinac rland, two tripe weehly, June 15th to
Septmber 10th stoppieg only at Detroit every trip and Godeeich, Ont., every.Monday
up-boundand Saturday down-bound. .
SpecialDatyTrips betweenDetroit and Cleveland, Duringo lyand Arust
Tuesday, Wednsday, Thursday and Satura out of Detroit; Monday, Wednesday,
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line between Detroit and Buffalo and Detroit and Cleveland will be honored
for ansazoertation onoD. & C. Line Steam ers in eitherdirection.
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Address: L. G. Lewis, G. P. A., Detroit, Mich.
A.A.Schantz,e Vice-Pres.and Gen'lMgr.
D Detroit & Cleveland
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 Shce ilepaiing a specialty)
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rushed. Extra men will be put on the
job, and the work forced along in an
attempt to recover some of the lot
time, as the contractorsmweretalready
But slight inceonveniences will be
caused by the damage to the old tun-
nel. Its sole use was to carry the light
wires to the dental building,-a de-
partment which is in little use during
PROF. TILDEN DISCUSSES
CROWD-STRAIN ON BRIDGES
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ded what is called a "factor of safety"
in making their calculations on the old
Horizontal forces are also created
by persons in walking and in step-
ping suddenly. These were shown to
be in some cases almost equal to one-
half the static downward weight.
The impotrance of making due al-
lowance for these forces in the con-
struction of bridges, piers, grand-
stands and similar places where
crowds ofpeople gather and frequ et-
ly move simultaneously was shown.
Professor Tilden said, by such acci-
dents as that which occurred recent-
ly at Long Beach, Cal., where 38 peo-
ple were killed when a pier collapsed,
and a similar one near Niagara Falls,
last year, in which an even larger
number lost their lives.
The lecture was illustrated with
slides showing how the tests were
made and the results worked out
mathematically by means of graphs.
OLD GRAD SAYS UNIVERSITY
IS NOW VERY HIUCH ALIVE.
Recenty Installed Embalming And
Sanitary Scienec Course Causes
Eim to Take Notice.
"Talk about this University of Mich-
igan being alive," proudly exclaimed
a visiting grad. "Why say, man, this
University is the livest thing in the
state." "More than that," he went on
proudly," it is the livest thing in these
United States. Why man, you can get
courses here that can't be found any
where else. They used to give an old
terror, that "S. and R." business in
the engineering department, but I hear
that the students called a sympathetic
strike and refused to pass the bloom-
ing thing, and that the faculty had to
call it off. Why, when I was here, all
you could hear was debates between
medics and engineers as to who had
the hardest courses, and the medics al-
ways laid down before "S. and R."
Having courses for the live ones is all
right, but is is traveling some when
they have courses for the dead. That
embalming and sanitary science course
ought to wake a lot of them up-or
else put them to sleep. The dents
used to work on each other for prac-
tice. Wonder if the 'undertakers' will
do the same thing? Some University
this, when it gets to having courses
for the living and the dead."
And musing thus, the old grad went
over to the "cat hole" where he found
some more changes.
Suits Pressed, 25c, Pants 10c. Fuller
& O'Connor, 619 E. William St. tf.
DeFries Art Store
PICTURES AND FRAMING
223 SOUTH MAIN STREET
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 Forenoons for Ladies Only
The Pool is Fed With Cool
725 South Fifth Avenue
Phone 996-2 rings
THE GREAT WHITE WAY. Call 15 for baggage check l from
house to "oatination. tf.
Itoonlight On Lake Erie a Glorionsas -
Sight. Fuller & O'Connor Tailors. 619 E.
William St. tf.
Just imagine yourself aboard a lux-
urious D. & C. Line steamer on Lake For prompt and most satisfactory
Frie, right in line with the moon. De- work bring your films to Hoppe, pho-
lightful to think about; more delight- tographer, 619 E. Liberty St. tf
ful to really enjoy. D. & C. steamers Call 15 for taxi. -tf.
leave Detroit and Buffalo early every
evening and arrive at destination early Rubber Sole Oxfords, all styles, at
the next morning. Rail tickets honor- Campus Bootery. 208 S. State St. tf.
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for Great Lakes Map and Folder. Ad-
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Two Good Saddlers
For Rent--Cottage for rent, "Widen- Phone 348 116 N. Fourth Ave.
mann Grove," East Side, Whitmore
Lake. Phone 212-J, 312 S. Div. St.
Ann Arbor. T, Th. S.
First class shoe repairing. Modern
Shoe Repair Shop. 611 E. William St. rooms in the Malcolm BIoCke
tf many people say they are the
best in the city.
Call 15 for baggage checked from Especially fitted for Doctors
house to destination. tf. or Dentists.
Rubber Sole Oxfords, all styles, at J. Karl Malcolm
Campus Bootery. 208 S. State St. tf. 604 E. LIBERTY
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TINKER & CO.
FURNISHERS and HATTERS to University Men
342 S. State St.
Universal Dry and Steam Clean-
ing Works - Artistic Cleaners
T. E. WAHL, Mgr.
.han 977 1 119 Packard St.
TUTTLE LUNCH ROOM,
Lunches and Sodas
23aSouthS State Street
Groceries and Meats
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