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June 30, 1914 - Image 3

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The Wolverine, 1914-06-30

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THE W O L V E R IN E

Vdo Bureau Offers Many Places Fiormer Wolverine Manager Is uarried
The Union employment and rooming John H. Payne, '12L, business mana-
bureau has a number of places await- ger of The Wolverine during the sum-
ing applicants. The regular hours of ier of 1912, was married Saturday,
the bureau, 12:45 to 1:45, will contin- June 20, to Mis Lura Masterson, of
ue through the su er. Chicago.
Huyler's Candy Agenc, 214 S Main Rent a casera at Boppe's. 10c a
St. 1-3. da. t
TRY THE
STUDENTS SUPPLY STO E
BEFORE GOING ELSEWHERE
OUR SPECIALTIES
Waterman's FOUNTAIN PENS
ENGINEER SUPPLIES
Phone 1160 R L. C. SCHLEEDE -1111 S. Univ. Ave.

NEW CONTAGIOUS HOSPITAI,

r e
Repairing of Eye Glasses a
Specialty
LENSES DUPLICATED
FINE WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING
Haler Jewelry Co.
Telephone 534 308 South State Street
sV
The New Catalogue
OF THE
University o f M =ichiga
IS NOW READY
Complete Information concerning seven departments:
Collegiate, Engineering, Medicine,
Law, Pharmacy, Hom eopathy,
Dentistry and the Graduate Depart-
ment and the Summer Session.
Special Courses in Forestry, Newpaper
Work, Landscape Design, Higher Commercial
Education, including Railway Administration
and Insurance, Architecture, Conservation
Engineering, Pedagogy (affiliated with Ann
Arbor Schools for Observation Study), and a
course for those preparing for the scientific
administration of departments of sanitation
and public health.
For Copy of Catalogue, Special Announcement. or
Individual Information, address
SHIRLEY W. SMITH
Secretary University A N N A R B O R

* OF INTEREST TO WOMEN
THIS COLJ'MN WILL. APPEAR IN
EVERY ISSUE OF THE WOLVERINE
ANDI WILL CONTAIN ACCOOUN1S OF
THE VARIOI S THINGS HAPPEN-
ING ON THE CAMPUS WHICH ARE
OF ESPECIAL INTEREST TO WO-
1sN.*I]
Marion B. White, Assistant Profes-
sor of Mathematics in Kansas univer-
sity, is acting Dean of Women during.
the summer session, in the absence of
Dean Jordan. Dean White has her
office in Barbour gymnasium, but her
office hours have not as yet been ar-
ranged.
Mary Lewis, acting president of the
women's league and Margaret Rey-
nolds, chairman of the social commit-
tee cordially invite all women of the
university to attend the first Women's
Lague party, which will be given in
Barbour gymnasium at 4:00 o'clock,
Friday afternoon. Non-members will
be charged an admission fee of ten
cents. Those who have not already
oined the league may do so at the
party.
Newberry hall, the home of the uni-
versity Y. W. C. A., extends the privi-
lege of the reading room and rest room
to all women in the university sum-
mer session. Miss Eleen Moore, gen-
eral secretary, will be in her office the
rest of this week for consultation.
The department of physical train-
ing for women is making every effort
to meet the needs and desires of the
women of the summer session. De-
lightful and recreational courses are
offered in swimming, basketball, ten-
nis, folk dancing, and play ground
work. This work is free to all stu-
dents of the summer session who have
paid the locker fee at the Treasurer's
office.
Heart and lung examinations will be
required of all who take the work, and
physical measurements and strength
tests will be made if desired.
Instruction in outdoor sports will be
given on Palmer field, and if there is
a sufficient demand, instruction in ca-
noeing may be arranged for.
Calkins Pharmacy for drugs. tf.
Full course in Typewriting only
$5.0, 711 N. Universiy Ave. 3-
For results have your films develop-
ed at Hoppe's, 610 East Liberty St. f
Dancing tomorrow night at Grang-
er's from 9 to 12 o'clock, 50 cents per
couple. 3
Summer Students Notice
We give special attention to ama-
teur finishing. Daines & Nickels, 336
S. State St., over Cushing's Drug
Store. tf
Weymann Mandolutes, Martin Gui-
tars, and Musical Instruments of
every description for sale at reason-
able prices at Schaeberle & Son's Mu-
sic House, 10 S. Main St. tf

NEW 'CONTATGIOt'S IOSPITAL
IS OPENED FOR INSPECTION
Invitations to all citizens and stu-
dents are extended to students of the
university and to citizens of Ann Ar-
bor by the regents of the university
to inspect the new contagious hospit-
al, which has just been erected on
Catherine street east of the psycho-
pathic hospital. The citizens of Ann
Arbor voted to bond for $25,000 to
build this hospital and the university
co-operated with the city by building
and equipping it. The hospital will be
for the combined use of students and
the people of Ann Arbor.
SIOMEOP GRADS DECIDE ON
THEIR FUlTURE LOCATIONS
Twenty Members of '14 Class Have
Accepted Positions; Ilany
Begin General Practice
Twenty members of this year's grad-
uating class in the homeopathic med-
ical department have already accepted
positions or decided on the places
where they will engage in general
practice. The list of students with
their prospective locations follows:
G. L. Alway, general practice, Whit-
more lake; H. J. Burrel, assistant to
chair of internal medicine; P. M.
Champlin, Buffalo homeopathic hos-
pital, Ann Arbor; Bessie I. Co.in,
women's hospital, Philadelphia; G. C.
Danforth, attending physician, Cial-
mers Motor C-, Detroit; M. A. Dar-
ling, assistant in gynecology, Ann Ar-
bor; G. B. Faulder, Metropolitan ohs-
pital, New York City; R. V. Hadley,
Buffalo Homeopathic hospital; D. B.
Haggerman, general practice, Mason,
Mich.; W. B. Huntley, general prac-
tice, Lowell, Mich.; J. F. MigDaski,
general practice, Detroit; I. D. McCoy,
general practice, Brooklyn, Mich.; R.
S. SIdeson, homeopathic hospital, Ann
Arbor; S. L. Omey, Homeopathic hos-
pital, Ann Arbor; E. J. Phillios, Ernest
Wende hospital, Buffalo, N. Y.; C. D.
Pillsbury, assistant in general surgery,
Ann Arbor; F. R. Reed, general prac-
tice; G. G. Shoemaker, Pittsburg hom-
eopathic hospital; and F. R. Loomis,
Metropolitan hospital, New York City.
COFFEE RANCH.
Coffee and jumbo peanuts roasted
fresh daily. Sold retail at wholesale
prices, also Tea and Cocoa, 211 East
Liberty. 1-6.

PHOTOGRAPHER
319 E. Huron St. PHONE 961=M
Chubb House
209 South State Street
Under the Original Management
Summer Board $4.00
" TASTES LIKE HOME "
C. S. Chubb Prop.
J. Q. Neeland Steward
Friday EveningJuly
3rd will close our
Annual
Pro-Inventory
Sales
There are present here
at M eked down prices
Summer Dresses
Linen Suits
Linen Coats
Petticoats
Kimoisas
Shirt Waists
Muslin Underwear
Linens
Fancy White Goods
China Ware
Furniture
Rugs and Draperies
.4~k44

LYNDON, PHOTOGRAPHER
Ann Arbor's Headquarters for Kodaks, Cameras and Photo Supples
I make a Specialty of developing, Printing and Enlarging for Amateurs
--by modern Methods. This has been my business for so years and it has
increased every day-only results will do this and so whenever you want
anything photographic look for the sign of the kodak- thats where things
move.
L Y N D 0 N
719 N. University Kodaks for 10c per day

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