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We have both the inclination and
the equipment to furnish the
best in banking service
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital and Surplus $ 500,000.00
Resources . . . $4,000,000.00
Northwest Corner Main and
707 North University Avenue
Open_ ALL Summer
338 S0. STATE ST.
IF you have any good old
shoes about the house
s Will you kindly let me know
where they are c
- Or fetch them dow to me
Dr. Tom Lovell
- 402 Detroit St. °
Tcar comes right by the door2
Mrs. T. L. Stoddard
HairGoods and Cosmetics
707 North University Avenue
.Developing, I Oc Prints, 3o, 4c, So
8 HOUR SERVICE
'arcade Floral Shop - "Kodak Florist"
Nickels Areade Opp, Sub-Postal Station
CHINESE AND AMERICAN DISHES
Open All Sumere
TRY GEORGE'S CHOP SUEY
WAI KING LOO
314 S. St$. Phone 1544-M
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The official studet newspapr' f(
the University of Mitchigall n01225
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THURSDAY, JtJNPJ 28, 1917
THE 1917 WAR CLASS
Comnmenlcemnelt orators for man'
years have harped on the theme "o
1222 entering tie great conflict, th
Battle of Life with the World."
This year's War Clasn above al
ohers has been uhered into the ver
crisis of humanity and ot nations, an
the 2012flict is one ot the many, Th
seniors who received their diplomas
_ tsday certainly must eel (that greatsr
emtion ts do teir best, tat greate
patr iotir eeling to do their utmost fo
their country and suffering natiss.
The Class of 1917 has struggled
along and prepared for our long year
in order ts cope mre successfully
with a nation's problems, There ha
never ben a class able to graduat
w2ith soon) great opprtulnities, uch de-
mands fr worthsy and efficient leaders
as (be Class of 1917. We rest ou
hopes in them and have the conviction
that their influence will nt soon be
As thelem2)br's of the class sep-
arate to the 21211 of the globe, some of
tthenm perhaps sson in2 active service
to join those of their raks who have
aready enlisted we wh11 remain wish
thm safety 'and2 success in their great
1ing here, w2he2n ased if 122 had bei'
teacbing evr 2sinc 112 was gradua11tdt
srm college, said2 "No t worked (112
tirst four3ears after S gaduated bt
123v2 been teaching ever sinOce."
ReiIs~'s manlagr 1111111wantIs to
cal this publicatinl the "Wlohlverine'
bult "Quill-pusher 'Teeter" will not
stand for i.
le Careltlmeni--fountiain plens 1a111
pam beach suits mae a2 bad combina-
[nowtn'f orry aiouttthe summele
school corss folks, yu will gel1by
'P111S IS Nol' VERIY (COOP EI11'THER
Ann Aror's fited with caps ad2
The Girlie likes them but te fellos
And says, "Why 10016 at me
All 1Issant is my degree."
Ann Arbor's filled with Almlnae bld
W~ho tell and 1laugh of dlays o3 old.
Of Htestsn, While and th~e Star Vaut-
They declare they all feel frisky yet.
Ann Arbor's filled withs parents too
Who came 1to5see9vhat SWill dill do
With all the money (13(2 year hsas cost
And 01221 it's far fromn being lost.
The Pounkville Club hbas installed
in it.s rooms a fine lot of collapsible
' TY PEWRITIERS
®FOR RENT OR SALE
r Hamilton Business College
Phoe 342-R STATE and WILLIAM
- Coming Events
(Sunier Session 1.eetures)
01261 to all tudten'lts. Lectures
ta(21e place in Auditoriulm of Natura
Scierne building, unless otherws
Mtonday, Jully 2 at 2 o'clock-Witd
Flower1s and WVild Floe-er Garde-1
ing (illustrated). Professor A.
Tuesday, July 3 at 5 o'clock-"Micl-
igan Men and Mtoments," by I'rot
A. G. Hall.
Wednesday, July 4 at 8 o'clock-Con-
cert by faculty of School of M(usic.
Thursday, July 5 at 5 o'clock-Se';.
gation in Secondary Education, by
Mr. D. McKenzie of Detroit.
Thubrsday, July 5 at 8 o'clock--Ifduc,
tionlal Motion picturces.
Friday, Jully 6 at 5Io'clsck-Recep~tion2
Eby the) Presidenst for the students51 of
the Summoer Session. (Alumnoi
F~ritay, July 6 at 8 o'clock-"Th~e Story
of Amorican Sculpture," (illustrat-
ed), by P'rof. IT.It. Cross.
UNVEIL TABLET TO
I nlginleeling Aluni C (ontribute Me-
morilal as Tlribulte to First
Professoer of (College
Alumn11i of thle engin~eering college
contributed 21321'unveiledt a bronze me-
mlorial tablet ts the mem'~ory of Prof.
D~eVolson Wood, the2 first engineering
professor at Michigan2, at the ansnual
clas d39' exercises of senior engineers
Whlile in (112eemploy of the tUni-
versity dulrinlg(is early years, Pro-
fossolr Wood was a constant advocate
for the ilnstallations of a decpartmuent of
1232hanica1 engineering, anti foresaw
is fulture as one of the biggest and
s~r-st inmportant departments of the
IUiversity. Bunt the regents did not
12221 hio advice at that time, and Pro-
fessor Wootd2001) accepted a professor-
ship at Stevelns Institute of Technsl-
6gy, whvlich institultion he served for
-somse 25 years. Ten years after his
tlepasrisire fronm Michigan, the me-
chan1ical en~gineering departnment wasr
installed, thus folfilling the prediction
a1nd wish of Professor Wood.
SERVED IN TRENCHES I
SUMMER SCHOOL STUDENTS
We're already to nerve you-Our otock of
Sconde-hand o.Ioks its great numbers at grratly resduced pics.
AT'- OUR FOULNTFAIN
Make Our Store Your Store This Summer !
Watches - Jewelry - Silverware
FineItepaiingeof Wetches andJewelry
We do ourso%22-22 Ten. Grinding, 21.t222252tus t iveyes promt service.
HALLER& FULLER, State St' Jefrelers
1857----Dry Goods, lFurniture, and Women's Fashiono 1917
A cool, quiet dining place J
where an appetizing lunch-
eon ca n be obtained at a
nioderate cost during any
part of the shopping day.
Special ~Noon Dinner, 65C
I~ _ _ ______
Htoward laher, llx-'1:l, .htendis ('oni-
nlencentent of Brolther
Howsard Baker, ex-lI3L. 9w110 ias.
b2eenl in the first aline trenches on
'Ypres and Somome fronlts, arrived in
Alli Arbor this wvek to attend tse
commlencemnent of his brother Reot
R. B~aker, '171E.
Mtr. Baiker has been a mlembier of
thae Britisis Royal engineerinig50orps
for (he past six nmonthss, having pre-
viosly served witho the trenach mortar
corps for approximately two year.
The firat isand aecounts of the ear as
given out by Mr. Baker indicate (hat
the wvar has assumed tremendous pro-
portions and that descriptionss of war1-
fare have not beeni exaggerated to a
great extent. Of a' unit of 167 mel),
only four survived, Mr. Railer being
one of the fortunaate.
Mtr. 'Baker is a mensher of Sigma
Plii Epsilon fraternity.
Htenley hill Reporter on Detroit News
Henley Hill, '17, a member of The
Daily staff for several years. has se-
dced a position as reporter on the
Thae Wolverine delivered to your
dloor all summer for 75c.
Try The Wolverine want ado for re-
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