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The Wolverine, 1915-06-29

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THE WOLVERINE
We charge you Amateur Photographers' Headquarters for Kodoks, Films and Finishing
nothing for devel- in Ann Arbor is at PRINTS ON
ap"i".g.r.ll ."ilmsN Dif 'S,719 North University Avenue VE LOX
single defect (Two doors from Hill Auditorium) (the best paper made)
Established 1905, and growing bigger every day

llETOOt FACULTY SCATTER ABOUT l125 clVIi, EN.IN E1S
WIDELY FOR STMiERSE VACATION ENROLL AT "CA-iP SOG lARD1US'
Made to your measure--
Members of the faculty of the de- Course Offered Includes Surveying
Paimn Beach partment of rhetoric will be widely for Eailroads and Other
The Summer Co mrot Cloili scattered this summer.c Constructions This column, containing news of in-
TtseSum er camost tots sattred htssumer.(contrut itisteres t to unitersily women, wilt ap-
In a variety of si aesProf.P.N Scott, beas of tte rhetori Approximately 125 civil engineers tear in each issue of The Wolverine.
department, has left for his summer leave aiready been initialee into the Annonncements to be made in it should
hoei amlClf.Po.Sot e tehonedcto rne oa, 5194J.
J. K. alc m i eec eee CarmeCalif. Prof. Scott, cemysteries of camep life at lice Bogamdus terioto frances ioga,
while west will be a delegate to the engineering camp at Topinabee. The
604 E. Liberty Street National Press Congress. Carmel is course given in surveying and field Mrs. Gates, social director, and Miss
a colony, visited by literary people work lasts eight weeks, and is com- Hut, the resident manager of New-
each year. pulsory. berry dormitory, entertained yester-
H USTON R . Mr. t-. P. Scott this summer will be Camp Bogardus is located on the day at tea, in honor of the new stu-
on the staff of the university library. north and east shore of Douglas Lake dents attending the University this
CiGAstiadCmath Mr. A. P. Lane has left the rhetoric in Cheboygan county. The University summer.
department, and will instruct in the of Michigan lands have a total area of
"We Try to Treat You Right" political science department next year. about 1,600 acres, and give the stu- The Woman's League, which is con-
T. C- . ..e_:wa< cill dolivr loctres &eits oppOtunities to carry on many tinuing its activities during summer
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK this summer before several teacher's kinds of surveying work under vary- school, has an unusually large number
Capital ............. t institutes. Mr. Grim, also of the rhet- ing field conditions. A small creek of new members this year, about 65
Sucrptus and Ucdc Ocee et1' tct.....l$ie,coe.oc
Resources. . .. $3,2000,0000 oric department, has left for his sum- runs through this property and those girls having already joined. A Fourth
Transacts a Genetral inoSg nsnes emer home in Battle Creek. Mr. Ever- in charge are non coctempiaticg the of July party to be held in Barbur
yeresEH eieosec s citze. ett and Mr. Feinstein will have charge construction of a permanent hydrol Gymnasium next Friday afternoon,
tCa.e.St cisceck, vresc., 1ai, i lJ. Hritz. Cmete
W. D. Harriman, Yice-Prs., Carl c. Braun, Asst. of the work in the graduate depart- electric power station, utilizing the will be the first of a series of parties
Cashr,Wm. waltz, Asst. Cas'rsaings ept.n uent. treame to tern the turbines. This which the social committee has plan-
DETROIT UNiTED LINES new plant will in many ways eliminate ned. At this party, opportunity to
NOW-A-DAYS the defects of the present kerosene join the League will be offered all
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE ,t's Clothing, Hats, and Furnishing engines for which it wil be substi- women students who are not already
(Easea Standard Ticet Goods from tuted. members.
Limited and Express Cars for Detroit-7:10 N. F. ALLEN CO. The surveying course embraces the
1. .dlt . 211 S. Main St. tf following work in addition to the drill There has been great demand for
Local.Cars for Detroit--5:40 a. m., 6:o5 a. l., in fundamentals, given in the first rooms in Newberry residence hall for
cd.,,ytst. , 6 9: 5c i..nd 05i . few weeks of the session: surveys for the summer. Nearly all the rooms
Scs.ilticnl, : s ac. 8 .n. W i c
To Ypcilcti only: 7:8 s. m, 8: .., T T T E ' reservoirs, railroads, canals, tunnels, have been taken in the dormitory
S :05 a. m"., 5: P.5 M.,t r:15 p.Il., 12 :5 . .'
a. m., 12:3o a. m., 1:oo a. n. L V C H C . H om dams, and buildings. Opportunity is which accommodates 68 girls.
Limited Cars for Ja:ksn-7:4 a. l., and .Open all summer afforded the students to become ac ----_
every two hours to 7:48 p. .U
Local Cars for Jackson-5:1 a.., 6:5 a.. LUNCHES and SODAS uainted with simple methods of con- Five Womeit Enroll in One Law Class
acc every two hours to 6:5o p. n., also 338 S. STATE ST. struction. When the regular work . .
9:1 p m, 1:1 p mfor the week is completed, the stu- Fror the first time in the history of
eertse wee isy cprelemseelalie t the law department there are five
emetsay study problems relatine toewomen enrolled in a single class. It
Fine Watch, Jewelry and Eyeglass campierectioneacdmntenance, the is very unusual to have more than
. handling of ropes, the care of boats, oneevoean in the department at a
...REPAIRINC.-- and the character of local trees and time, but this summer session seems
celamber. to b an ume s
cnIt w 'rAI J on w cto be an exception.

VARSITY ATOLETES
IN CHlCAGO MEET
Eight Michigan Men Entered in Windy
City Central A. A. U.
Games
DECIDES EXPOSITION ENTRIES
Michigan's track athletes will be
prominent at the Central A. A. U.
games at Chicago, July 5th, when eight
Wolverines will compete under the
colors of the Chicago A. A., which is
expected to romp away with the vic-
tory in the holiday games.
The competition at the Windy city
is important, since the winners will
go to the Panama-Pacific exposition
games later in the summer, where
they will compete for national A. A. U.
championships.
Captain Smith, premier sprinter of
the Michigan team, is likely to have
things pretty much his way at Chi-
cago, since Ward, the Midway marvel,
can't run under club colors, and will
not meet Smith until the final games
to San Francisco.
Carroll in the mile, Ufer and Fox
in the middle distances, Cross in the
weights, O'Brien. in the sprints, Cor-
bin in the hurdles and one other Wol-
verine are expected to face the starter
at Marshall field Monday.
Wilson, the Wolverine vaulter, will
compete this summer for the Les eec
geles athletic club; and will meet his
team mates at San Francisco. Several
Michigan men may compete in an op
A. A. U. meet at Toledo Monday.

rU U N T A I N P ENS
CONKLIN, SWAN & OUR $1 SPECIAL
Lenses Ground to Order
Alarm Clocks 75c. to $3.00
&I EN GHAILER JEW ELRY 00.
STATE STREET JEWELERS
U.S. Postal Station 3 TELEPHONE 534
The New Catalogue
of the
Ulliverv"sity of LMichigall
IS NOW READY
Complete information concerning the eight Colleges
and Schools:
LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS,
ENGINEERING, MEDICINE, LAW, PHAR-
MACY, HOMEOPATHY, DENTISTRY,
GRADUATE, AND THE SUMMER SESSION
Special Courses in Forestry, Newspaper Work,
Landscape Design, High r Commercial Education,
including Railway Al s.nistraticn and Insurance,
Architecture, Consce vation Engineering, Education
(affiliated with Ann Arbor Schools for Observation
Study), and a course for those preparing for the
scientific administration of departments of sanitation
and public health.
For Copy of Catalogue, Special Announcement, or
Individual Information, address
the Dean of the School or College in which interested, or
SHIRLEY W. SMITH
Secretary University Ann Arbor, Mich.

At the camp the best kind of tents
are provided. These have floors,
stoves, and thee necessary camop fur-
niture. Te university furcishes steel
beds, and blankets. Food is also fur-
nished to the students who run the
mess themselves and administer the
sanitary regulations. The camp eas
a physician, a small store, and tele-
phone connection with Pellston, a
small town about six miles distant.
4 Mail is delivered daily, except Sunday.
FORMER LAW STUDENT PREtERS
UMPIIRINt clef icfEhAl tPRA(TCE
C. E. Eldridge, '09L, has gained con-
siderable fame in Chicago as an um-
pire in the American League. He was
called on to umpire a series in May be-
tween the Detroit Tigers and the Phil-
adelphia Athletics and then again
when Washington played the Tigers.
Eldridge confesses a strange liking for
the difficult position of arbitrator, pre-
ferring it to the practice of law.
While at Michigan Eldridge wac
prominent, being managing editor of
The Michigan Daily during the school
year of 1909-1910. He received a de-
gree of Doctor of Jurisprudence in
1911. Eldinidge was a member of the
Phi Alpha Delta legal fraternity.
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