We charge you Amateur Photographers' Headquarters for Kodaks, Films and Finishing
nothing foir devel- in Ann Arbor is at PRINTS ON
oping roll films if L Y N DO N' , 711 Nornub University Av nVELOX
II you can find a L j1 D0 79 Od nierit Avenue (the best paper made)
single defect (Two doors from Hill Auditorium)
Established 1905, and growing bigger every day
Made to your measure
The Summer Comfort Cloth
In a variety of shades
J. K. Malcolm
604 E. Liberty Street
The FInest Billiard Room in the State
CIGARS and CANDY
"We Try to Treat You Right"
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BAND
Capital.. . . .........c.....300.00000
Surplus and Undivided Profit.;.,..$150,000-00
Transacts a General Banking Business
3 per Cent interest paid on Savings Deposits,
Your Business Solicited.
Chas. E. Hiscock, Pres., Michael J.Eritz. Cash'r
W -D. .Harrimana, Vice-Pres., Carl F. Braun, Asst.
Cash'r, Wm. Waltz, Asst. Cash'r Savings Dept.
DETROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE
(Eastern Standard Time)
Limited and Eapresa Cars far Oetroit 7: c
a. in. ad hourlyt6:opci.,also8:co
COMPLICATIONS KEEP SISLE
FROM PLAYING Wit ROWNS
George Sisler, Michigan's greatest ball-
player of all time, although signed -
with the St. Louis Browns, will be
unable to play with the club until.in--
ter-league complications are straight-'
ened out between the Pittsburgh and
St. Louis clubs. iC.Sltisls,'l:4t- e, upla of
Sisler signed with the Akron team Micigan's (cue bull tcscccinl1,92,ws
while he was still in high school and elected president of the "M" club
under age. As he gained fame he Tuesday. The election took place at
was sold first to Columbus, and then the Union and over fifty "II" men were
to Pittsburgh, which is the team which presect.Oher offirs were clecied as
is disputing his possession with the follows: treasure, tloydlA. lowe;
St. Louis 'club. cec-retlsrysLriith. Flyes; ase all
Sisler was declared a free agent, viec-prerdet, r I J. HDas;asfoot-
shortly after the Pittsburgh club (cllvice-prrsident, Jc es lauirc, trc
bought him from Columbus, the Na- vice presicesnt, rreSpecat.rlce
tisnal Conission taving acted on Isiscewly elected board of directors con-
case as defended by Judge James Mur- its ccltce follcwing:It. C. Jccccaoc,
fin of Detroit. The complications J. K. Pond, G. P. Codd, F. E. Bliss and
arose when Sisler signed with the It.C'Craig.
Browns, Pittsburgh then claiming to m . . .tio io hthitisselstrot
hcave a hold on the Wotverine. for the summer session, is 162, as com-
pared with 178, the registration at this
NOW-A-DAYS time last year. This decrease is at-
It's Clothing, Hats, and Furnishing tributed to the fact that owing to the
Goods from - increased entrance requirements the
N. F. ALLEN CO. number of regular students returning
211 S. Main St. tf for summer work is more limited than
SECURE VETERAN COACHES FOR
MICHIGAN'S ATHLETIC TEAMS
I n n n rn Sign Yost, Schulz, Farrell, Douglas,
Lundgren, Raynsford and
Fc "lest Time at Michigan Studenls' If the quality of next year's teams
C ssiesn Wile (vei can be determined beforehand by the
kind of coaches that will develop them,
SU1SCRIPTION TO INCLUTDE ONE it is a safe bet to say that Michigan
will have prize-winners. If she can
For the first time at Michigan, a only bring out enough stars to keep
pace with her coaches, there will be
bcccd sutcer scool directory will no doubt about it.
Local Cars for Detroit5:4s a. m., 6:o5 a. .
and every two hours to 6:5 p. m., 7:05 .
M., 85 p. M, 9:15 p. ti., and 10:45 P. M.
Td Ypsilantionly: 7:48 a. m., 8:2o a. T
1r :05 a. m., 5:05 p. m., 11:15 . M., 12:15
a. M., 12:3o a. m., il: a. m. . LVNC H ROO M
Limited Cars far Jackson-7 :8 a. m., and Open all summer
erery tawo hosesrs :pm'LUNHES.ndat.A
Local Cars for Jackson-5:12 a.m., 6:5 a. i. LUNCHES and SODAS
and eery two hours to 6:50 p. m., also 338S.STATEST.
9:15 p. .,, Sill p. m.
Thin model 12-aize and
Waltham, Elgin, & Hamilton
See our new convertible
PEARL CUFF LINKS
Souvenir Pins, Spoons and Novelties
Lenses Duplicated. Prescriptions taken from broken pieces
Hailer Jewelry Co.
STATE STREET JEWELERS
U. S. Postal Station No. 1, in rear of store PHONE 534
The New Catalogue
Ulliversity of Michgall
IS NOW READY
Complete information concerning the eight Colleges
LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS,
ENGINEERING, MEDICINE, LAW, PHAR-
MACY, HOMEOPATHY, D E N T I S T RY,
GRADUATE, AND THE SUMMER SESSION
Special Courses in Forestry, Newspaper Work,
Landscape Design, Higher Commercial Education,
including Railway Administration and Insurance,
Architecture, Conservation 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.
-F. L. axsoIf, formerly of the li'story
department of the Uiversity of Mich-
igan, but now of the University of
Wisconsin, who will teach here during
the summer session, has written a
book entitled, "The New Nation,"
which deals with the history of the
Unitec States duricg the past 15 or 20
years. The library recently received a
copy ol tlcis book.
-V. . C. A. '1ployment bureau has
been open since the close of school and
has been able to supply work for 40
or 50 men. There has been little activ-
ity except in the field of odd jobs, but
this bureau wil lmake an effort to sup-
ply as many men as possible with this
type of work during the summer
-evenlth aniitat sui nmitir session i
the school of library methods will
open Monday, under the direction of
Librarian Koch. This department is
unique in tht it does not offer courses
during lice regular sessiosand is one
of four schools of this kind during the
summer. The others are at Illinois,
Wisconsin, and Ohio State.
DISTRIBUTING AGENTS- Either
sex, Earn ,$12.50 per 100. Giving free
pkgs. Blumer's Perfumed Laundry
Starch. All or spare time. 632 Blumer
Bldg., Lincoln and Roscoe, Chicago.
The month for brides and honey-
moons. Newly married couples take
tie I. C. I Line daily steaners aeros
Luke Erie. 'Phese are tide da of lice
June brides and many bridal couples
enjoy the delightftl lake ride between
Detroit and Buffalo. A trip on the
palatial steamers, City of Cleveland III
and Eastern States fills all require_
ments, furnishing romance and seclu-
sion at reasonable figures. Stateroos
and parlors reserved in advance. Send
2-cent stamp for illustrated booklet.
Address Dept. It., Detroit & Cleveland
Navigation Co., Detroit, Mich.
SITUATION WANTED-First class
porter would like place in Fraternity
House. Well experienced. Call
STUDENT BOARD. Clean a n d
homelike. $4. per week. Sheldon's-
714 Monroe St. 1-5
be issuei dluring the coming session.-
In former years, the names of the
iitudents have been run in the columns
of The Wolverine. This method proved
unsatisfactory and inconvenient.
This year, the board in control of
student publications granted The Wol-
verine the permission of putting out
a bound directory separate from the
paper. This will be issued as soon as
the list of namesa i the offices of the
secretaries of the different depart-
ments are reasonably complete.
According to the present plan, one
of the directories will be given withc
every subscription to The Wolverine,
upon the presentation of the receipt.
To others, the directory will be sold
for 15 cents.
CAPTAIN SMITiH IN TRAINING
FOR A. A. . MEET IN CHICAGO
Oher Track Men Trainiig at Home
Captain Harold Smith, who has re-
turned to his home in Minneapolis,
has started training for the big A.A.U.
meet, which will be held in Chicago
on July 3.
Huntington, the quarter-miler, the
only other athlete out for practice yes-
terday, will enter the city games at
Toledo, O., on July 5. Ufer is at his
home in Chicago, and will remain
there for the meet. Donnely will en-
ter the Toledo games also, and therk
is a possibility that Captain Smith may
do likewise, but he has not yet heard
from the ofcials.
omithestated that Ward, the Maroon
sprinter, who won the Western Con-
ference honors, would not be entered
in the meet on July 3, and for this
reason, a decision between the college
champions of the East and the West
will not be reached until the San
"Bo" Wilson, the Wolverine pole-
vaulter, will not enter the Chicago
meet, but will be in the San Francisco
mceet under the colors of the Los An-
geIes Athletic club,
.gnltiie uss ' Ferry Field Picture
Lawrence Perry, in his article in the
June issue of Scribner's Magazine, en-
titled, "Base Bal--The Ideal College
Game," uses a picture taken at Ferry
field during one of the big commence-
mtent day games to illustrate the part
that base bail lhas coce to play in
college athletics. Pictures of South
field at Columbia, Soldier's field at
Harvard, Yale field at Yale, Franklin
field at Pennsylvania, University field
at Princeton, Stuart field at Purdue
and the base ball fields of Illinois and
Dartmouth all do their part toward
making the article more interesting.
It's Clothing, Hats, and Furnishing
N. F. ALLEN CO.
211 S. Main St. tf
Michigan has signed up the follow-
ing veterans to act as mentors for her
teams: Yost, Schulz, Lundgren, Doug-
las, Raynsford, Farrell, and McGinnis.
Each man is an expert in his particular
line and they will all work together
in shaping Michigan's teams and her
T his coumn, containing news of in-
terest to university women, will ap-
pear in each issue of The Wolverine.
.Announcements to be made in it should
he phoned to Frances Hogan, 519.J.
Applications for rooms in Newberry
Residence 'Iall for women should be
mcade at once to Miss Jane Cochrane,
dean of women. Each application
must be accompanied by the usual de-
posit of five dollars.
Miss Jane Cochrane, acting dean of
women will be in Barbour Gymnasium
daily from 9:00 to 12:00 A. M. for
consultation, during the summer ses-
Tuesday and Wednesday, June 29
and 30, have been reserved for con-
sultation and registration by Miss
Marion Wood, director of physical
training for women. Instruction in
aesthetic dancing, swimming, tennis,
basketball and archery will be given
free of charge to all students enroll-
ed in.the university during summer
school, The locker fee of one dollar
should be paid to the treasurer before
registration at the gymnasium.
Jeanette Armstrong, '17, general
chairman of the Woman's League and
Jean Vanselow, '17, the social chair-
man of the organization during sum-
mer school, are planning a series of
parties to be held each week for mem-
bers of the league. Any woman en-
rolled in the University may become
a member upon payment of the dues
of the club which are 25 cents.
SCHOOL OF MUSIC WILL BEGIN
ITS SUMMER SESSION JUNE 28
Work in the school of music sum-
mer session will start Monday. The
courses of instruction offgered will
meet the needs of regular students,
and of professional musicians.
Instruction in theoretical and his-
torical music will be conducted in
classes, arranged on a basis whereby
students may earn the equivalent of
one semester's work, Prof. A. A.
Stanley, Mr. Theodore Harrison, Mr.
Albert Lockwood and Mr. Earl V.
Moore will alt by present for the sum-
mer courses, and they have planned
a number of concerts in Hill auditor-
FOR RENT-Rooms for summer stu-
dents. Newly furnished, Inquire at
413 S. Division. Phone 1809-R. 1-2
STUDENT BOARD. Clean a n d
homelike. $4. per week. Sheldon's-
714 Monroe St. 1-5
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For Table Supplies-Wholesale and Retail
1 14-116 E. Washington St. Phone 326