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The Wolverine, 1916-06-29

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i. Develops films and plates (he devel-
oped his first film twenty-three years
,Iago.
a. Makes piints-any kind you want.
3. Makes enl argemnets-- all sizes.
4. Takes pictures to order, indoors or
7 1 3 out, anywhere, any time, any size
5. Has for sale the most artistic views
IEast U -iv ins"d"arotd Attn Arbor eve rmade.
Drop in and look them over.
1916 GRAl)UATING CLASS usual way of ushering in this momen-
ENTERS ALUItNI IRANKS toes day. At 8:30 -the various classes
(Continued from Page One) met at their respective buildin.s and,
K. Grylls, class historian; and Robert accompanied by the alumni, the fac-
S. Archer, class prophet, after which ulty, the senate and the regents,
Francis T. Mack presented a tablet set started for Hill auditorium.
in the wall of the Engineering arch as The Commencement exercises proper
a memorial, and dedicated to the mem- started at 10:00 o'clock, at which
ory of Professor Charles Dennison, President Albert Ross Hill, LL.D., of
who died in 1914. ' the University of Missouri, made an
Promenade impressive address, followed by the
One of the prettiest and most enjoy- presentation of diploas by President
able events of the week was the prom- Harry B. Hutchins.
enade of Tuesday evening in which all Rev. Lloyd Douglas si the Congr -
the seniors marched under a multitude gational church of this city, opened
of swaying Japanese lanterns artisti- the services with a prayer and gate
cally hung over the main walks of the the benediction at their conclusion.
campus. After a few selections by the The musical end of the program was
band, this entertainment was sup- under the direction of Prof. A. A. Stan-
planted by the senior girls' play, "The ley, of the School of Music, and con-
Piper," given on the open air stage by sisted of a number of well chosen se-
the side of the library at 8:00 o'clock, lections renidered on the organ.
and the student entertainment planned Following the presentation of the
by the Michigan Union and given in diplomas to the seniors the honorary
H1ll auditorium at 8:30 o'clock. degrees were conferred upon worthy
Senate Reception graduates whom the regents thought
The last ceremony of interest before deserving of this added honor.
the Commencement exercises was the
senate reception held in Alumni Me-
morial hall at 8:30 o'clock last night, The Alumnus Subscriptions thumbing
at which hundreds of the graduating The Alumnus, official organ of the
students and alumni were in attend- alumni association, has received sub-
ance and visited the various schools scriptions from the majority of the
represented by their respective facul- senior classes as well as from many
ties and the regents. of the grads attending class reunions,
Commencement making next year's circulation seim
At 8:15 o'clock on Thursday the to promise a greater size than ever.
final Commencement exercises started The innovation introduced last year,
with the customary bugle call, fol- that of giving the official alumnus but-
lowed immediately by the raising of ton with each subscription, proves a
the flag which for yearshas been the drawing card in securing them

THE WOLVERINE

"I'll Ne'er Forget
Thy College DaysJ

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TIHE HOME OF MICH IGAN MUSIC

Michigan Song Book ,2.00
Songs in Sheet Music
5 for $1.00
"Vctrs"and ."Varsity" on a-
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COUSINSs& HALL' T BIG REGISTRATION PREDICTED The Farmers & Mechanics Bank U N BR S
South Maii Street State Street Oi te The Finest Billiard Room in the State
f lortet$ L V N C, 11 LareeNumber of Lectures to Lend Corner HSron 33 So.state St
1002 S. UNIVERSITY AVE LUNCHES ned S,,DA Variety to Simnnier Study CI0A RS AND CANDY
Both Phones 115 Ann Arbor, Mich. 3318 559. STA TE STREET i --- . "We Try to Tret Yo Right
The summer session of 1916 wii, inAtl mSR 18Sf 511THEEYANKING1NE " r e R
a ll pobability, shoe at big ic res --
in registration over the summer en-
"i"°4 'NTrsy accd-

If you are a stranger in the city
this is to inform you that
DAINES & NICKELS
are the.
IN ANN ARBOR
Those who are not strangers aiready
know this.

ing to the authorities in charge of the
summer wor It is expeeted that the
registration this year may be near the
2,000 mark. The total registration for
ast year was about 1,700.
Practically all of the regular sub-
jects will be found in the summer
program, with the addition of several
new courses of especial interest to
summer students.
As in previous years, a program of
lectures and entertainments will be
scattered throughout the session. The
program for the first week follows:
July 4, 5:00 o'clock-The Pacific
Northwest, illustrated with motion
pictures, W. B. Leffingwell.
July 5, 5:00 o'clock-Reception by
rlhe president for the students of the
I summer session.
July 5, 8:00 o'clock-Concert, Fac-
llty of the School of Music, Hill audi-
torium.
July 6, 5:00 o'clock-Tuberculosis:
ts Ultimate -Practical Eradication,
tnd the Duty of the State Toward
Those Afflicted, Hon. F. B. Leland.
July 0, 8:00 o'clock-lEducational
1dotion Pictures.
July 7, 5:00 o'clock-Vocational Cul-
ture, Prof. F. N. Scott.
July 7, 8:00 o'clock The Story of
American Painting, (illustrated), Prof.
I. R. Cross.
July 10, 5:00 o'clock-The Nation's
Forests, (illustrated), Prof. P. S. Love-
joy.

of the
IS NOW READY
Complete information concerning the eight Colleges
and Schools
LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND 'THE ARTS,
ENGINEERING, MEDICINE, LAW, PH AR-
MACY, HOMEOPATHY, DENTI STRY,
GRADUATE, AND THE SUMMER SESSION
Special C o uaes in Forestry, Newspaper Work,
Laudsc pe Design, Higher Ccmmercial 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 sanita-
tion and public health.
For Copy of Catalogue, Special Announcement, or
Individual Information, address
The Dean of the School or College in whMi interested, or
SIRLY W AbrSMIT H
Secretary UaiVersity Ann Arbor, Mich.

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