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The Wolverine, 1916-08-03

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THE WOLVERINE
Calendar MICHIN SIS 1
(illustrated), Prof. H. A. Glea-
at ral Science building
P. M.-Educational motion Lit College Has 49 Members Regre-
as. Pictures on Philippine Is- seated in Great American
Book of Fame
, 5:00 P. M.-"The Spanish
ns of the Southwest," (illus- The University of Michigan can
, Prof. H. E. Bolton, of the boast of having 79 members of its
sity of California. Natural faculty in "Who's Who" for 1916-1917.
' building. Of this number, the College of Litera-
P. M.-"Michigan Rivers," ture, Science, and the Arts claims 49;
'ated), S. L. Ranck, of Grand the Medical School, 11; the College of
- Engineering, 10; the Law School, 5;
the College of Pharmacy, 3; and the
In R. Effinger Takes Vacation College of Dental Surgery, 1. In the
Fohn R. Effinger leaves next College of Literature, Science, and the
y for a two weeks' stay at Arts the department of mathematics
SY. offers six as the highest number, while
the departments of Romance Lan-
hool Dean Leaves for East guages, German, and History follow
Alfred H. Lloyd left Monday with four each.
o, N. Y., where he will stay This number is way above the aver-
tember 1. age number of faculty men boasted by .t
other state universities. Thus the Uni-
versity of Missouri, for instance, just
made a boast of its having 29 repre-
sentatives in the Book of Fame.
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Suffffer",School .Books
And Supplies
Students' Bookstore
NEW MANAGEMENT

A Few Swallows
of our delicious cold and
sparkling soda water on a
sultry day will open your
eyes to the difference in a
highgrade, pure fruit juice
flavoring and that made
by artificial processes.
Our choice soda water
is a boon to the thirsty on
a summer's day and our
soda is both food and drin

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iC River Cruise
Daylight Round Trip to Wallaceburg
vorrycm wit us anbe hapyon thea most wonerfloe day jurney on
-dn is, swift hoanl, gren s aded.,s, wavefwash d hrintesting
s variety each instant throughout the trip.
nce i Staunch Steamer
e St. Round Trip Fares shrotc a surdystae
l through From Detroit of ample apacity for this route-.
ver. SyePrWeek od75 d C edwa tpnf gd deck
oel and Days Men's cabin on promenade
Sun- deck;women'scabinonsamedeck
fdiscovery days e #V with maid in constantattendance.
s Indian i S 1.g Serve-self lunch countert Also
fina charm.. Holidays $1.00' ll..,....tA.
good. mealsfamy lystyle In
TABLE (Daily except Mondays) Eastern Time
- 9:00 A. M. Leave Walisooburg - - 3:15 P.M.
- 12.15 P. M. LveW aipoIsland - - 0.00 P.1M.
-2:00 P. M. Arrive Detr'oiit - 8:00 sP. M.
.d, signalonly Nopasseng taken betwe Detroit and Algonac. P
IT - WALLACEBURG STEAMSHIP LINE
Foot R '1.St 0 teStar Dock LciurI D. W.TD ckOAt.

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SUMMER SCHOOL IN-
STRUCTORS HAVE TO
TRAVEL 36,010 MILES

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;florts
SODAS 1002 S. UNIVERSITY AVE.
ST15EET~ .Both Phones 115 Ann Arbor, Mich.

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Summer School
DIRECTORY
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* It has been estimated that in- *
structors from other universi- *
* ties and colleges who are teach- *
ing at the University of Michi-
ganthis summer will have trav-
* eled a total of 36,010 miles when
o they arrive home after the
summer session.
There are representatives here
*from the Universities of Wash-*
o ington, of California, of Wiscon-*
sin, and Leland Stanford Uni- *
versity, Yale, Ohio State, Okla- *
* homa, Colorado, Monmouth Col- *
lge, University of Mississippi,
Macalester College, and from
* the Oregon Agricultural Col-
* lege.
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IBBEE NEW COOBSES!
-OFFERED IN JDVDNAIISM
Former One-semester Courses Extend.
ed to Fell V'eer's Wiork, Says
Prof. F. N. Scott
Three additional courses in news-
paper writing will ha' offered next
year, according to Prof. F. N. Scott,
head of the rhetoric department. All
will be extensions of former one-se-
nester courses to a full year's work.
semester will be allowed in some of
the advanced courses for work of
merit done under the supervision of
members of the department, for the
campus papers and magazines.
The aim of the extension is to go
more thoroughly into the study of the
newspaper as an institution deserv-
ing to be better understood and ap-
preciated by the public, as well as to
give those who intend to enter the
journalistic field as much help as pos-
sible both in theory and practice.
A bulletin is being published and
will be distributed in about two weeks
describing the changes and giving in
general an advised program of study
for those specializing in the following
lines: History, Government and Poli-
tics; Economics and Sociology; Re-
viewing, Dramatic Art, Musical Crit-
icism, and technical Journalism.
U. R. Librarian to Tell of Rivers
Mr. S. L. Ranck, of Grand Rapids,
will give an illustrated lecture to-j
morrow at 8 p. m. on "Michigan Riv-
ers." Mr. Ranck is the librarian at
Grand Rapids and for several years
has been one of the lecturers on the
University Library course. Be is an
enthusiast on outdoor life and pho-
tography and has a wonderful collec-
tion of slides to illustrate his lecture.

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The New Confectionery
TheFontain ofrYo
Corner State and Liberty

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BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE TO BE
BUILT ON WASHTENAW AVE.
Work has commenced on the huge
home being built on Washtenaw Ave.,
by Mr. Hioover, of the Hoover Steel
Ball Bearing Works. The cost of the
building itself is estimated at $150,000,
and expert landscape gardners will be
employed, so that the estate is ex-
pected to be one of the most beautiful
in this part of the country.
Library Gets Books from British .
A shipment of 195. books from the
British Museum has recently been re-
ceived at the Library. This collection
of books contains the catalogues and
publications concerning the manu-
scripts, pottery, jewels, collections of
insects, and animals now in the Brit-
ish Museum.

The New Catalogue
.f the
Uliversity of ichig all
IS NOW READY
Complete information concerning the eight Colleges
and Schools:
LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS,
ENGINEERING, MEDICINE, LAW, P H AR-
MACY, HOMEOPATHY, DENTISTRY,
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 sanita-
tion 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.

The students employed at the Chubb
House will be admitted to the 9 o'clock
performance of the Garden Theatre
free of charge tonight as guests of the
management of the theatre. Those
employed at Freeman's will be admit-
ted to the 9 o'clock performance Mon-
day evening.
The Farmers & Mechanics Bank
Soth Main Street Stale Street Office
Corner Huron 330 So.State St.
A l000 STRONG BANK WITH EVERY BANKING NEED
H USTONI B RO'S.
The Finest Billiard Room In the State
CIGARS AND CANDY
"We Try to Treat You Right"

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