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July 01, 1916 - Image 3

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The Wolverine, 1916-07-01

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Campus in Brief Brides and
Blc3cle riding on the campus walks
has been forbidden by the Regents of Mary Burnett, '17, was married to
the University. Violators will beDr William Kendall Meade at the
prosecuted. bride's home Thursday night. The
Dr. May announces that physical couple left for a tour through New
training will be given for men students fork state, and will return July 20 to
durin' the Summer Session. Lockers, their new home in Detroit.
baths and other conveniences of the
Ferry Field clue-mouse will be pro- NOTICE
vided. The fee is 50 cents. Dr. May Courses in journalism will be given
will to at Ferry Field club-house every by prof. Lee A. White, beginning at
day i.-m 10:00 to 12:00 and 2:30 to 7:00 o'clock Monday morning, in West
*:3. aal, with the advanced course, 32a;
Plans for the summer baseball and at 9:00 o'clock for the first meet-
league are already under way, and al- ing of 31a, the elementary course.
:hough the membership of the class Either of these hours may be changed
eams will not be determined until the f the class desires.
opening of the summer session, prom-
se is given of a hot battle for the Alunini Hall Gets New Furniture
sampus championship. Several var- New furnishings have been added to
ity athletes will be in school and will .he alumni room of Memorial hall by
si all probability devote some of their oine Detroit alumni. The late Frank-
me to the teams representing their lin 0. Walker of Detroit was the donor
lepartments, of two very fine chenille russ which
Wok on tLie Nickels' Ar ade which sase been laid in the alumni room. C.
ail extend from State street to May- M. Burton has given furnishings in-
sard street, is now progressing rapid- cluding chairs and an oak writing
yf Th, building on Mate street is al- desk in excellent taste. A davenport
rdy c copied by the Farmers and in memory of Mrs. Anna B. Bach was
achanic~s bank and the other part presented by her daughter. The daven-
ill be reuted to different stores. Con- port, a beautiful mahogany piece, was
rate foundations for the walls are made from a piano formerly the prop-
ilready erected and the steel for the erty of Erastus 0. Haven, president of
einforced concrete walls is now being the University of Michigan from 1863
ut in place, to 1869. '




Varsity and All-Fresa siquad embers
to be Barred From Annual
Summer Classic
In order that the finals of the an-
nual summer session tennis tourna-
ment may be played off before exam-
ination week, the management plans
to start the event immediately. As in
previous years, all entrants must sign
up for the tourney before the first
round is played off: An innovation
will be introduced this year, that of
barring Varsity and All-Fresh players
from the tournament, as the winners
for the last three years have been
members of one of these squads.
The awards, as in preceding sum-
mers, will be a silver loving-cup for
first place, a watch-fob for second in
the singles, and watch-fobs for win-
ners in the doubles. The admission
fee will be fifty cents, payable to the
manaer at The Wolverine office dur-
ing the coming week. Drawings for
the first round will be announced in
an early issue, and scores will be
posted at Ferry Field and at a State
street bulletin board.
A fee of $1.00 will be charged for
the use of the tennis courts by sum-
mer school students, but arrange-
ments will be made with the athletic
association whereby students entered
in the tourney may play their match
games without paying the association

?, LYNDON'S, 719 N. University Ave.
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 ai e still leading. We guarantee perfect results
or no charge. We give you "Peace Time Results," as we have
a pleoty of Metol (which we could sell at $5o.oo per lb.) and
we venture to say that io other firm is using Metol for finishing.
If you want the best results you will bring your films here.
Tv rmoors from L YNDO N' S 719 North
-1111 A diN'tor-umUniversity Avenue
CAMPUS. IN BRIEF who has been associated for the pas
tiiree keg parties broken up, three 17 years with the store owned by hi
occasions at which the life saving sta- uncle, the late John V. Sheehan. Fo
Lions were used, and arrests of a score the past four years he has been P
A people bathing without the proper partner in that firm,.
clothsing, were included recently in the Writ of error was dismissed by i
actv lties of the new police patrol state supreme court decision las
aloi; the banks of the Huron river, week, in the case of Mrs. Mary Ban
according to a statement by Superin- croft vs. University of Michigan. At
tendent of Parks Ray Bassett. torney Burke, of the local firm o
Numerous copies of Hudson Maxl's Cavanaugh & Burke, argued the cas<
book, "IDefenseless America," have for the regents.
book, "efeseletstmeia," rhdasve- At the annual reunion of the Bea
buen left a short time ago for distri- and Steere families held June 21 a
b bsti, in the hands of Prof. W.yH. the Steere farm on the South Ypsilant
lbbs, chairman of the Security road, 122 descendants were present
League. Copies may be had upon atd The founders of this branch of the
plicationun.til the supply is exhausted, family came to this part of the coun
Accordisg to the rate at which the try before the state was admitted tc
new University "Y' building is pro- the Union,
ressing toward completion, it will _
probably be in working order to meet NOTICE
the inrush of students in October. The First Congregational Church
cmntractor is stated that the roof At 10:30 o'clock Mr. Douglas wil
will be completed by July 15, and that preach. The ushers will reserve seat:
the main entrance will be finished be- for pew-holders only until 10:35.
fore that date. ________
,tAte street is to have a new book LAWYERS, you were in our minds
sr' opened on or near August 15, at when we wrote our ad on page 3
336 South State, by Myron E. Slater, Tamiiton Business College.
Any time is the right time for a glass of
Morning, noon, or night-br a thirst-quencher, or
just for a delicious healthfu beverage-you will find
a new pleasure in every refreshing glass.
Atlanta. Ga.
y sc\ cDemand the genuine by fullsname-
f r \ ___ sicknames encourage subsistan.

The New
Ice Cream Parlors
Our Jiotto: Service
The Fountain of Youth
State and Liberty



Finl ArangementsIa' de'by Iesi
Schlstterbeck; ('ooilug rasfid
Soap-Making Ineluded
Final arrangements have been per-
fected by Dean J. O. Schlotterbeck for
the course in household Science to be
given in the College of Pharmacy. The
course is designed to give students
and high school teachers an opportu-
nity to study in the laboratory and
class room the fundamental scientific
principles of all operations of the
household, such as baking, cooking,
testing of foods for preservatives and
adulteration, soap making, testing of
water for hardness and its use in laun-
dering, bleaching, polishing of metals,
removal of stains from clothing and
woodwork, cleaning and renovating the
home, testing of buttermilk, lard,
edible oils, confectionery, and other
food products for purity; testing of
fabrics for adulteration; pasteuriza-
tion and sterilization in their relation
to canning and to the prevention of
infection; and other operations com-
mon to the home.
It is not necessary that students
must have had extensive training in
-heastry before taking up the work;
n faa- a foundatien course in general
'.° ;stry is suleient preparation.
. i-are students isay elect special
work in household chemistry, foo
} iscry. testin of food products as
required by state, and federal pure
ood and drug laws, or in any of the
various lines of food analysis.
The course is to be given by Prof.
Adolph Ziefie, Corvallis, Oregon, who
has had extensive experience as state
analyst and as instructor in Home
Economics. Either two, three, or four
hours may be elected in this course.
Arrangements for the course should
e made with Professor Ziefe at fom
362 in the chemistry and pharmacy
Eingionersg Gradates et ood Jobs
Graduates from the University's Col-
lege of Engineering have practically
all found good positions, many of them
through the efforts of University au-
thorities. Those are especially in de-
mand who have been graduated from
the marine, highway and chemical en-
gineering departments.
LOST-A pair of nose glasses, with(out
case, between 920 E. Ann and Uoi-
versity hall. Return to 920 E. Ann.
354-M. Res-ard.

The Water Way is the Only Way
aTdetGreat takes ilathe mecca eor particularad expaerieed travelers oasnes
and iease tipp, The D. a . Lia Steamers mbosdy allthe quitiesofiseed,iaet
anidcomfot: Theraafreedom oathIe slacks, Ikeeoi, rerehing lake breaes.eoSltcase
modius state rooms adunexceled cuilse, make libe abosrd ihee fsating palat esa
source oS eloyment-


You will fild that if you can teach the commercial
branches you can pr .cure a better position in the fall
Every student of law should be able to write short-
hand and operate a typewriter. You can use short-
hand in the class-roomi now and at court later on
A knowledge of stenography and boo keeping is
the 42 centimeter gun that will open for you the way
into the business world
Join the summer classes at
Hamilton Business College
State and William Phone 342-R

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