SUMMER SCHIOOL D)IRECTORIY 'TWO LOCAL DOCORS WILL MEM,0BERS OF HOSPITAL STAFF
PROBABLY OUT BEFORE FRIIDAY ADDIRESS PROBATE JUIl)G.ES TO GIVE SERIES OF LEcTUlRES
Approximately 1,700 ANames AreetBeing
Arratnged anda Listed for
Registration cards fronm the colleges
of literaturc, law, enginecring, need-
cine, lpharmtacy and the graduate
school are in the hands of the editors
of the summner schtool directory, asd
indications are that thc hook will he
issued hefore the ettd of the week.
Int the neighhorhood of 1,700 cards
leave to he arranged atnd typewritten
copies made, hefore the matter can he
turned over to ties printers. Much of
til work htas heett doter, and untless
lee work is nnavoidahly delayetd, the
hbtund directories will be ott the street
The present summer session is flee
first onee in which any effort has heett
made to ptuhlish a separate stummer
school directory. Heretofttre it has
heen customary to ptuhlish the list of
names in the columns of The Wolver-
ine. In this way, the last installment
of the directory was not out until the
Two Attn Arbtor mn will give ad-
tresses at the tmeeting of thse prohate
jtttges of Hichtigani, whirls will bte heltd
itt Cadillac ott Jtly i3, 14 anstl1I>. Dr.
Rteuben Peterson will speak ott the
topic, "Thte Admission of Indigent Pa-
tients to the tUtiversity Hospital,"
whle Dr. A. MB. Barrett will talk ott
thte suhject, "Thle Field Wttrk and
Functionts oi the Stale Psychsopathic
Htspital." Both of the ntens will he
on the progranm of Wednestday, July
EX('ELLENi'1T WORK '14)BE GIVEN
GYMNASTS IN SIIMJIS('IDO0L
Dri. May llopes to Be Able to C'orrect
Manly 'oinnon Physical
Gyntnasittt work this sumnter will
he hased upotnatt altogethser ttew plasn,
for althtough classes will he held as
usttal, a coutrse ttf lecites in anthro-
Dri. Hiarret to 'lalk on 'Tle "Extent andl
Ca'sies of Feetblemindednes
Dr. A. M. Barret, trofessor of
psychsiatry attd diseases of thte
eervous systett, citt give te secontd
of a se'ties of letutites itn health antt
netdical sttbjects itt tt estnetmer
attphitheeater at 8:111 o'clock tottight.
'These lectttres hytmenthers of uni-
versity heospital staff attd the mtedical
facttlty ttrt' designetd to furttishlthte
of ttedical scietnce. Thtey are as ntott-
tet'htticttl as thte cstbject ntatter witt
tiernit tttd shottld giee sttmttttttutt-
dents a valtuahle t'ottrse in healths cul-
ture. 'T'he lecture totnight witt treat
the extent attd cattses of feehle-
tmittdedinessated itnsattity its Michigant.
tOts Friday ttight Professor F. C. New-
cottte, director of ttte hotatnical lah-
oratory', wcill speak itti"Thee teerint-
I). & C. 'TAlISMIIAN.
A useful gift to any ntentter itftte
fatmily. 'The Di. & C'.Litte cave prolcur-
eel a limtitedt ntumtber itt unitque ''oldets,
"cog Gttod Luck 'Ctarmss"--Mett's Scarf
Pitt tic Womseti's Biroorch Pitt, set witht
Mexicatn ltcttiee andl lEmeraldls. Will
cot tartnistt atit is a bteatuty. Sent tfi
ansy addcress tntrcec'ipt itt ttte dcltlar.
cashe or motiteytirtder.'lTis wotuld te
appreciated as a Birthdtay Gift. Ad-
iresliept. S., iDetroit &SClevecland
NavigatioitsCo.,, Detroit, Mich.
University School of Music
ALBERT A. STANLEY, Director
"A Gathering Place for Advanced St1den1s"
Annual Summer Session
EICHT WEEKS-JUNE 28,- AUC. 20
Regtlar Fall aTrm begins Mon. Oct. 4, 1915
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary
Ann Arbonr, Mich.
f, thitnk of
Take a tsp from uhe men who top all Ike
Thceyhinowit 'od to trasn-to iwork '
latter part of July. poneetry, hygiene, physical neeasure- Dr. AbratetSitton, flee distingutisteed
.Becatuse of the inconvetnience attd mnts, ated general first-aid will take rahhi frotet Niaehittgtoe, echo steaks
inadequacy of thse otd neethod of hand- the place of those ott Tuesdays and on "'TheeBiltical Eira in Jiecishe Edo-
ting the list of sttmnmer schoot sfu- Thursdays. They will he held at 4:00 catiote" at 5:110 o'cloctk totdat, ccitt de-
dents, the hoarid inc cottrol of stttdet o'tclock, and regutar classes will nteet liver his secotee lecttere ott I-lehrewc
puhlications grattted flee editors it at the satne tinee ott Hondays, Wednes- ctlture tomorrowt afternoote.tie citt
The Wolverine permission to put outfdays and Fridlays. Work on tite apa at this titme discustee rabihinical era
a hound directory. Whetn printed, ratus citt he etmpheasizetd, as well as in Jewish editcatiotn. tOt Wedtnesday'
these can he otained itt exihatege tier tiarching tactics and tmor athleticstrc Simotn, ini hit ocst tallk ituft'ettum-
the suhscription receipt for The Wol- such as high-junmpitng, pole vaulting, seer programnsilltaeupisepreset-day
verine. *Copies may also be purchased and out-door shot-putting, As soon aste'iicledeutcation.
for 15 cents. the class becomes fatmiliar with gyns-
tastic tmethotds, fencting atnd club- 4"" lE:'IlI)S .'0 BIN lBU'REAU'
ANI N'EOPRTNTES1 swingitng will supplemeent the regular FOR >EMPILOYMI' .h:AL l, I II
lSE FACTORY WA1STE NVIA'l'EItIALS eecss
ofte tieri Dr. May has exansineid about 120 Bcueter r ag esete
Forestry department o h nvri students whso intenid to tatke the course, Beasthraealge um r
ty has been able to announce that and is desirous of a nmuchs larger regis- it otsccliii would el euntable tie atted
through thse sooperation of the Uiniteid tration, for flee real bensefits tittered by the utniversity it if were nsot tier the
States Forest Service, stills and facto- this course exceed those offered dur- fact that fhery are able to obitaisswiirk,
ries throughout the country are teow itig the regular sessiotns. D~r. Hay teY I ' .le eie e cc
abl tobuyandsel wate esaerilsstate that the prevailineg weaknsesses their enmploymnttbtureau opeti frotn
at a profit. Any concerts is permtitted and defects to he footed its the average 7:30 o'clock to 80:1<5 o'c'lock intshfee
to list its requirenments with the "Wood applicat are flat-footeess, Isernsia, snorting ansd frittt12 :00 o'clock to 1 :00
Waste Exchantge," without charge. and istcipient appenidicitis. The course o'clock its the aftertnotn. It those hay-
Sinece the ittauguration if this sys- will lie valusable since it is tie attemspt inegtidid jotbs will telephotte theses in ti
tensthtlree mntths ago, 147 nmills have to ressiedy these defects. tebtatewr ilh ie
been listed as hsavissg a great variety - _hebuea,_hewok__lbgve_
of ast maeral or al, wile7Ggreat imepetus, 'The telephoniee sumbler
ofwst iaeia o sl, lil 0NOW-A-DAYS is 823.
other wood-using cotncerns have an- It s'lotlaing,HBats, acid Fliiesliiig Mets desiritigft wait ottfabls for
nounced that they desire ft purchase Goods fronii their board trill findi a large number of
differetnt kindis of waste woodl. . N. F. ALLEN ('O. positios available if lucy wil 'all at
Rotzel to Staidy in Blostn Next Yeair 21 t S. Malts St. ftfit "Y.,"
Rev. B. L. Rotzel, formnerly stuidenst
pastor of the First Methotdist Episco-
pal church, and a graduate of the titi- I LET US
versity of Michigan, lees severed cuts- D v lp Y u t fJ l im
nections with that church, atid is at D vlp Y u t fJ l ~ m
presetnt overseeing flee pastorate at Our Service Is Prompt Our Woerk Is Good
ft's Cloting, Hats, aid Furislhing DinetS & Nickels
Gosfroni 334 S. STATE STREET Over Cushinig's
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Have a real vacation en tke Great Lakes, eke mesa anjoyahble and
economical outing in America. Tke cool lake breezes, tke ever-chang.
leg scenes along eke shore and eke luxurious steamers operated by this ai
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tke trip, and return home refreshed and glad you went.
TAKE A D. & C. BOAT WHEN YOU GO AFLOAT.
Daily servicereteen Deroitand Clevlandand Detroit andnBufflo.From JIce10th
eo Srpremher 10th Seamrs CiysfDeroitIload CitoftCleelantd III, te"TwecGiats
at the CGretLakes, opresdriby service on ike Bnffalo Divsiion; ceasntcard eo
mssteepleasure ofa aide on these floating palaes. FOUR TRIPS WEEKLY tfro
Toledoanod Derosit to Maiac Islandad Way Pants. Mackinoc Island, eke Historic
SummerrResort ofterthCountry, is bseoing morepopulareery season with the-
Touristscsking quietnessandepoass. Excellent Hotel and Boarding House accom-e
mtodatons at reasonable rater. TWO TRIPS WEEKLY BY SPECIAL STEAMER.
Clevelad to MackiacsIslad no opsssnmutsrercttDetroitand Alpena. DELIGHT-
FUL DAY TRIPS hewecnbetmoitad Clerelad durneg Jalyad August tour erips
weekly, DAILY SERVICE Jues14th to SeptemerOthsbeenToldoand Put-in-Bay.
RAILROAD TICKETS AVAIABLE FOR TRANSPORTATION on D. & C. Liar
Steaomers betweensDetroitad Bfloor Detroiteand Cleveland either direction.
Ssnttwo-censtampeorllsrtedpampet and GCoal LakeMat. Address L. Q. Leecis.
G2. P...Derit, Mich. Seedofposestamps mailed tar fivees.
Philip H. McMilaFree. A, A. Schapttz, Vise Preso. & Geal. Mgr.
DETROIT & CLEVELAND NAVIGATION COMPANY
All steamers orrveaned dsepar. Third Avenue Wharf. Detroit.
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