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University School Of Music
ALBERT A. STANLEY, Director
"A GatheringPlace forAdvanced Students"
Annual Summer Session
IGHT WEEKS - JULY 3-AU. 255
Regular Fall Term begins Mon.,Oct.2,1916
For Catalog-e ad Information address
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary
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[he Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Security- Service - Location
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lain Office, N. W. Corner MKain
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uly 11, 5:00 o'clock-The Litera-
e of the Maccabean Period, Rabbi
Lefkowitz, of Dayton, Ohio.
uly 11, 8:00 o'clock-The Discharg-
Ear, Dr. R. B. Canfeld.
ly 12, 0:00 o'clock-The Literary
tression of the Oral Tradition in
Mishna, Rabbi Lefkowitz.
sly 12, 8:00 o'clock-Concert, Fac-
of University School of Music, Hill
sly 13, 5:00 o'clock-The Legalism
Ethics of the Talmud, Rabbi Lef-
uly 14, 5:00 o'clock-The Univer-
*of Oxford, (illustrated), Prof. L.
ly 14,n8:00 o'clock--Shakespearean
uly 17, 5:00 o'clocl-To be an-
uly 18, 5:00 o'clock--The Trend of
lern Astronomy (illustrated), Prof.
mly 18, 8:00 o'clock-The Represen-
on of Disease in Art, Prof. A. S.
uly 19, 5:00 o'clock-The Geology
he Niagara Falls (illustrated), Dr.
amilton Business College
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SATURDAY, JULY'8, 1916
Issue Editor-Bruce Swaney
One of the few general features of
a big university summer session is the
opportunity for getting acquainted.
Summer students come to work. They
don't expect a vacation. The chief
elements of a vacation that enter in,
for a school teacher, let us say, come
from the change afforded by campus
life and from the chance offered for
enlarging one's ring of friendships.
Social activities form a big part of
the yong undergraduate's career in
regular university session. Yet social
life was never intended to predominate
in the short term. No such high sense
of solidarity is possible among the
student body in July as there is in
January when spirit has been inflated
by football enthusiasm.
But working toward a sort of group
consciousness in the summer is both
possible and commendable, especially
when one considers the chances for
getting acquainted. And as an indi-
vidual the summer student is almost
invariably a "good scout."
There will soon be a mass meeting
for men interested in summer base-
ball. Informal entertainments or get-
acquainteds have already been started
for the women. Besides many other
specific opportunitiesfor meeting more
people, there are, in boarding houses,
rooming houses, and class rooms, in-
finite friendships waiting and eager to
be gripped out from non-existence.
GAP FILLERS OF THE PAST
"Recent Graduate Plans to Murder."
The nasty thing!l
"The rhetoric faculty will scatter
widely for the summer"
We take it they "rode madly in both
directions at once."
"Dean Jordan granted a full profes-
"Insanity forms lecture subject." We
often suspected as much.
"Whitney praises summer school."
"Elsie Kearns makes her debut in
title role of Hamlet." Clever girl,
More next time. Don't grieve.
W. SEABURY AC('EPTS JOB
WIlE EIISON COMPANY
Warner Seabury, '17E, has accepted
a positinowith the Edison company
of Detroit for the summer.
State and Huron Streets
Sunday, at 10:30
ROBERT S. LORING, Minister
Evolution and the Idea of God
Violin Solo by Miss Marion Soruble
.Fiance--Ali, darling, when will the
blessed day come?
Fiancee (pulling out the thing that
made the dollar famous)-It ought to
be here now.
Doc-Madam, your son has lockjaw.
Mother (registering anguish and
business of wringing hands)-Hlow
doctor, how in the world did he get it?
Doe-Me kept his mouth open while
dancing willh girls who hat their hair
cut like Irene Castle.
N. Y. Feminist (to census taker)-
My name? Mary Mea.
Census Taker (late of Berea)-Ding
bust it, out our way the fellers hev
t' say thet.
A "Fountain of Youth" for the more
A seven bell jitney for the seven
One of Doc May's showers in every
A trip through the campus gives a
strong impression that the University
is conducting a course in trench build-
ing. Or do they call it digging? Take
Is that "Where are your valuables"
sign supposed to be a joke?
The exceptionally large number en-
rolled in the various courses in re-
ligion diti'st have any noticeable effect
on the attend'cec at prayer meeting
the other night.
Some one suggested that excellent
use might be made of the campus
fountain by placing bunches of tea
leaves and soft lemons just below the
place where the waters emerge.
"A patrolman has been appointed to
compel students to wear bathing suits
while bathing below the pond. In ad-
dition to this all disorderly conduct is
In view of this statement, we rise
to inquire, what is disorderly conduct?
NO UNION DANCES THIS SUMMER
Present Condition of Quarters Will
Not Permit, Says Iomer
No dances will be given this sum-
mer at the Michigan Union.
Homer L. Heath, manager of the
Union, gives as the reason the poor
condition of the building which, on
account of the recent moving and the
improvements that are under way, is
in no shape for such affairs.
In past summers the popularity of
canoeing has been so great as to make
attendance at the dances rather small.
It is thought with the present condi-
tion of the new Union quarters and the
popularity of canoeing, that dances
this summer would hardly prove a sue
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