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July 08, 1916 - Image 3

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The Wolverine, 1916-07-08

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I{o° LYNDON'S, 719 N. University Ave.
" ,FOR
Eastman Kodaks Eastman Films
Guaranteed Amateur Finishing
Enlargements from your Negatibes a Specialty
I have led while others followed in amateur finishing for twelve
years. Now we axe still leading. We guarantee perfect results
or no charge. We give you "Peace Time Results,"' as we have
a pleuty of Metol (which we could sell at $50.00 per lb.) and
we venture to say that no other firm is using Metol for finishing.
rv{If you want the best results you will bring your films here.
Two Doors from LYN D ' N' 719 North
Hill Auditorium University Avenue

11899, and a large addition was put on
OI II H Afl at the rear of the present structure,
U originally shaped as a Greek crosA
RT o This increase made a capacity of 200,-
000 volumes for the entire building.
By 1904, twelve years ago today, the
librarian reported that a gain of 170,-
:ahn Sbmis Saisfactory 000 books had been made in the library,
fhings to Bilig between 1877 and 1904. Now the num-
w g er crammed into the present building
Cosailitee has swelled to approximately 300,000.
Thus to take care of the present
APt'R4WtIATE $50,000 croovded conditions as well as to pro-
vide for expansions inevitable in years
ground for the new Li- to come has been the problem of the
ng will probably be begun building committee.-
w weeks, with the letting First of all, this summer, new stacks
act, Architect Alfred Kahn will be built out on the east side, at
City, has completed plans right angles to the present stacks, as
atisfaction of the Library has been shown in the account given
and the appropriation of by Librarian W. W. Bishop, both in
been granted by the re- The Michigan Daily and The Michigan
Alumnus, during the past few months.
problem presented to the Arrangements have been made so
omittee has been that of that further additions to the stacks
r the increase in the nun- can be made to the east, west, south,
s and students, inevitable -id so that each stack can be to made
ears to come. The build- to double their original height, which
sow stands to house the is now five stories.
books was constructed in It 'is figured thus that the new li-
ost of $100,000. The pro- brary additions already appropriated
>n of $380,000 to the struc- can talie care of the accessions of
It seem so enormous, says books and papers for about the next.
If the committee, when ten years or more.
with the million dollar The present rotunda is to be torn'
r books at Yale, completed down to make way for a new addition
ago, and also the million which will be built over and all around
y at. Harvard. the present front of' the library, as
ost general specifications well as in front of the new and old
d upon by the committee stacks. While this is being done the
ver the matter to the ar- studying rooms, and accommodations
e of the chief problems for the library staff will be crowded
making the building as back into the stacks.
ssible, and still keep with- There are to be reading rooms on all
Is of the sum set by the four floors of the coming structure.
The reading room on the first floor will
present structure was be used for required reading by fresh-
Library consisted of only men and sophomores, and for others
and vohmes, then kept in who wish to study merely between
the Law library. The ap- tlasses. The reading room on the sec-
>f $100,000 by the state in nd floor will stretch across the entire
separate library possible. front of the edifice, and will provide
ith the new building the for 350 or more readers all at the
re greatly cramped by sme time.

Students to Begin Rehearsing Tues-
day; Work Under Direction '
of K. N. Westermann
Summer students will begin rehears-
ing for the summer choral union, at
7:00 o'clock next Tuesday evening at
the University School of Music, under
the direction of Mr. Kenneth Wester-
mann, of the School of Music faculty.
No tryouts will be held to test the
voices, as is done for the regular term
choral unions, and no admission fees
or other requirements will be put up
to bar the largest possible member-
ship to this summer's organization.
Last summer a similar choral union
was started up, and performed satis-
factory work, according to School of
Music faculty and several of the mem-
bers. Great benefit as well as pleas-
ure is expected to be derived from the
work during this July and August, as
considerable practise at reading music,
at developing the even volume of the
voice by singing in a chorus, and other
accomplishments are possible.
Numerous interesting selections
have been made by the music faculty,
and will include several lighter works
and one big work like Mendelssohn's
Like as a Hart"
Provided the work proves satisfac-
tory this summer, and the chorus pre-
pares suitably enoughselections, the
last on the series of summer lecture
course recitals will be given over en-
tirely to a program by the choral
Kenneth N. Westermann was grad-
uated from the University two years
ago, after having sung in one or two
student operas and in various other
entertainments. Since graduation
Westermann has studied and taught
continuously in the School of Music.
Campus in Brief
The educational moving picture
shows which are being shown once a
week in the Natural Science building,
are furnished by the Bureau of Com-
mercial Economics. This bureau is in
connection with the Department of

Only One-Half of Numper 'Required
Have Signed Up; Fee Is
Fifty Cents
Have we any tennis sharks at Mich-
igan this summer? From the number
seen going down State street on the
way to the courts the answer would
be, yes, but from the interest shown
in the summer tennis tournament it
would seem to be negative.
Since the announcement in Wednes-
day's issue less than half the required
number of men have signed up, and it
is necessary that more sign up im-
mediately if the tournament is to go
It is up to the tennis players to
make this tournament a success, so
turn in your name at orice either at
the Wolverine office or to Doctor 'May
at the Ferry Field Club House.
The entry fee for the tournament is
fifty cents, payable at time of regis-
tration. This fee does not include
permission to use the Ferry field
courts, which must be obtained from
the Athletic association at a cost of
one dollar. All entrants are urged
to sign up as soon as possible as no
entries will be accepted after the first
round has been played off. All men
who have received Varsity or all-
fresh insignia in tennis are barred
from the tournament.
Law Requires That All Bulldogs
on Street Must be
Chief of Police Pardon has issued
the statement that all dogs running
loose during the hot summer months
must be muzzled, and bull-dogs,
whether led by chain or running loose,
must be muzzled at all times during
the year.
Ernest B. Skaggs, '16 lit., has ac-
cepted a position with the Goodrich
Tire company of Akron, Ohio.

p.. t 8, F ,
22rZ when Vou can u to be
There a the fun ofctuenchingthethirst
and the deliciousness of the thirst
quencher to give you double pleasure.
But you don't even have to be thirsty
to enjoy Coca-Cola-it's a treatwhat-
ever your reason for drinking it.
Demand the genuine by full name=
nicknames encourage substitution.
r-Atlanta, Ga.
112 MIMMi

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