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June 29, 1915 - Image 4

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The Wolverine, 1915-06-29

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THE WOLVERINE

BE CAREFUL!
where you eat, for these are
CAFETERIA days.

You "don't take chances" when you
EAT AT OR EN'S
You inspect everything before you buy it

COME OVER TO
OREN'S
CAFETERIA

- J-
-During the summer session the
Health Service will be under the su-
ervision of Dr. H. H. Cummings. Hourei
for both men and women will be 9:01
to 12:00 daily. Dr. Cummings will
be assisted by Dr. C. P. Cour, and Dr.
Elsie S. Pratt will take charge of
women students.
-Because of the campa gn for 1on1y
for the new "Y" building, the secre~-
taries will be too busy to give any
time to the ordinary duties, and so
the employment bureau will not be
open after July 1st.
-Reuben Peterson, '14, lmss landed a
place on the Evening Enterprise, ar
independent paper in Poughkeepsie;
N. Y. While at Michigan, Peterson
worked on both The Michigan Daily
and The Wolverine. This last year he
received his A.M. degree, at Columbia
University and finished his journalistic
-Providing enough students enroll,
Prof. Glaser of the Zoology depart-
ment, will give a course in embryology
this summer. All students desiring to
take this course, should communicate
with him at once.
--Rev. H. Walton, ex-'17, has left to
take up the Methodist pastorate at
Andover, N. Y. He will not return to
finish his course until 1916.
To reduce stock we will offer Pop-
ular and Operatic Music at greatly re-
duced prices. University Music House
-011 E. William Street. 3-5
FOR SALE-Mission desk, Table Set-
tie, and Willow Rockers. Call a'
University Music House-601 N. Wil-
liam Street. . 3-5

ChIlIAN ENGINEER CONTAINS HARVAlII) PHYSICIANS LEAVE
ARTlfRESIi BY UNIVERSITY MEN FOR BRITISH ARMY HOSPITAL

r1 biers of lacAlty (ontribute
Piscussions and
Articles

On the 26th of this month a unit of
Harvard physicians and surgeons sail-
ed from New York to serve in the
British army hospital for three

Popt '.s tise 1915 Michigan Hisgi- J
months. The unit consists of 35 grad-
.er, th :e ii al publication of the uates of the Harvard medical school
Michigan Engineering Society, have and 75 nurses.
',an rec ived biy the editor, Samuel It is expected that a unit from Co-
I. Hoexter, of the engineering faculty. lumbia or Johns Hopkins will relieve
, . dci'the Harvard delegation in October.
Ac clrs as:l discussions by msemsbers
af the faculty are the features of the
115 annual publication. STUDENT BOARD. Clean a n d
Pro. C. I. Johnston has written an bomelike. $4. per week. Sheldon's-
artici. for the annual on, "The State7t4 Monroe St. I-5
Supervision of the Waters of Michi-
gan." Pro. IL. E. Riggs has contri- Go to Calkins' Pharmacy for your
buted a testimonial to William B. candy and soda water. It's just across
Scars, for many years chief engineer the street. Get the habit.
of the Pere Marquette Railroad and!
the man who "located" that line. John FOR RENT-Fine furnished cottages
J. Cox has written an article entitledI in Widemann Grove, Whitmore Lake.
"Sulphite Liquor as a Road Binder." Electric lights. Phone 212-J. 312
Discussions of these articles are writ= S. Division. 1-3.
ten by Professors John R. Allen, A. J. -
Decker, H. W. King and W. C. Hoad. NOW-A-DAYS
-- It's ('lothing, Hats, and Furnishing
LOST-Zeta Psi pin on the Campus, Goods from
near State Street. Finder please N. F. ALLEN ('0.
call 120. 211 S. Main St. tf

-
-- - you think you'd --
like a drink-or
~~~- ! ee you needc
one-or know c
you must have 1 I 1
one-make it
It answers all occasions-fits all times
andyseasons-always delicious, delightful,
refreshing and good.
Delicious-Refreshing
Thirst-Quenching
THE COCA-COLA CO, yu aene
q c Atlanta, Ga. Arrow think
of Coca-Cola

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IJNIV[RSIIY SCHOOL O[ MUSIC
ALBERT A. STANLEY, Director
"A Gathering Place for Advanced Stude ats"
Annual Summer Session
EICHT WEEKS - JUNE 28th - AUCUST 20th
PIANO -VOICE-
ALBERT LOCKWOOD THEODORE HARRISON
FRANCES HAMILTON NORA C. HUNT
HARRISON STEVENS ADA C JOHNSON
NELL B. STOCKWELL KENNETH WESTERMAN
EDITH B. KOON
ORCAN-E. V. MOORE VIOLIN-MARIAN STRUBLE
HISTORY, THEORY ETC.-E. V. MOORE
Regular Fall Term begins Monday, Oct. 4, 1915
FOR CATALOCUE AND INFORMATION ADDRESS
CH AS. A. SINK, Secretary . Ann Arbor, Mich.

he
601 E. WILLIAM ST.
Can supply your needs in
Bargains in Used Pianos
PIANOS FOR RENT
Victrolas $15 to $200

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FST A G
DESTRUCJ'94
Y

This is the opinion of
people everywhere who
knowthehandsome appear-
ance and durability of In-
destructo trunk, or who
have se( i how wonder fully
convenient they are fsr a
tr-vellingiand vacation trip.
We have a new line of
Indestructo trunks a n d
leather goods. Comei in and
see them before you go
"iest this summer.
Indestructo trunks are
absolutely. guarant ed for
five years, no matter how
hard the wear ' ougive
them.
Summer Furnishings
for Men

"The next trunk I buy
will be an indestructo"

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Ruele, Conlin & Fiegel
GOR. MAIN & WASHINGTON

C O O L ! PLEASANT!
inba UfIta
B OARD
$3.50-$4.00
THREE 0DRS NORTH OF HILL AU0IIORI M O' INGALLS ST.
SANITARY! CONVENIENT!

Summer School
Text Books
New and Second Hand
ENGINEER SUPPLIES
Sheehan's
STUDENTS BOOKSTORE

and a
CHOICE STOCK OF RECORDS

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