THE W O L VE RIN E
Cut this out and
IT IS GOOD for $1 in Trade
White Serge Trousers and
Summer Suitings awaityou
J. K. MALCOLM
604 E. Liberty St.
NEWLU.of M. BOAT LIVERY
Cakes Soft Drinks
Soda Fountain and Pavillion
Orchestra Sunday Afternoons
P. G. TESSMER, Prop.
DIRECTORY OF SUMMER Pezold, G. J., 1025 Vaughan. Buffalo.
SCHOOL STUDENTS Philips, Donald, 337 E. Liberty. Fenton.
(Continued from page 3) Pinkerton, S. M. Jr., 200 N. State. To-
Monroe, K. H. Detroit. 600-J. ledo. 1022-M.
Mueller, H. G., 200 N. State. Mt. Clem- Potts. P..0., 821'5. Twelfth. Wash-
ington, D. C. 693-J.
Mulkey, P. 0., 1007 E. Huron, Detroit, Price, W. F., 1004 Forest.
231. Parsons, H. S., 806 Hill. Elmira, N.Y.
Newbrook, F. D., 417 E. Univ New 374
York. F176-.. Prussing, G. F., 513 Thompson. Chi-
Noxen, E. W., 1020 S. Univ. St. Louis, cago. 1204-H.
Mo. 904-J. Quick, .Hazel, 749 E. Univ. Gaylord,
Oppenheimer, S. N., Camp Bogardus. Mich. 1207- .
Grand Rapido. Ray, L. T., 844 E. Univ. 961-J.
Owen, M. B., 604 Madison. Farming- Raymond, N. I., 322 Packard. Marshall,
ton, Mich. 789-M. Mich. 1832-J.
Page, R. E., 543 Church. 1153-M. Raynsford, 3J. W., 1617 Washtenaw.
Pang, Dai Tung, 517 Linden. Honolulu, Highland Park, 1lick. 1016.
Hawaii. Reindel, 1. H., 106 S. 5th. Detroit. 2144-
MRS. M. M. ROOT
Press Building Maynard St.
For Summer Cottages
Special Prices on Rent-
ed Pianos and Sheet
Plankel, A. G., 408 E. Wash. Pentwat-
er, Mich. 1199-M.
Paterson, H. H., 556 S. State. Detroit.
Patron, A. R., 901 E. Wash. Lima, Pe-
Penovar, C. L., 636 S. Thayer. South
Buy Indestructo Baggage I
Just Received. A new Itne of INOESTRUCTO TRUNKS and
BAGS. The kind that can't wear out.
FURNISHINGS FOR MEAN
Light weight Underwear Manhattan SHIRTS,
with Sot Collars and French Cults.
Prices - - - from St.50 to $3.50
Light Colored Worsted and Flannel TROUSERS
At 20% offt rom regutar prices
Prices - - $3.50 to $5.00
Rue, Conlin & Fiegel
THE ANN ARBOR
FRED C. WEINBERG, Proprietor
OPEN EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
9:00 A. M. to 6.00 P. M.
For Ladies and Gentlemen
Tuesday and Friday Forenoons for Ladies Only
The Pool is Fed With Cool Spring Water
725 South Fifth Ave. Phone 996-2 rings
SAVE THIS COUPON
Good for ONE looker a.t the SwimmIng pool Good
for Sum mer School Stzdenta Only
Rhodes, R. G., C'p Bogardus. Metamo-
Robinson, M. G., 315 Thompson. Chi-
Rosser, H. C., 530 Thompson. Sagi-
Rosenblatt, Percy, 603 E. Madison.
Rosenthal, Jacob. Los Angeles.
Ruxton, D. A., 200 N. State. Shelby,
Ryan, V.. ., 546 Packard. Munith,
Rogers, W. S., 714 Liberty. Franklin,
Sanford, Russell V., 804 Monroe. Gd.
Saunders, L. M., C'p Bogardus. Athol
Springs, N. Y.
Schaefer, W. J., 821 E. Univ. Sagi-
Schindler, R. D., 815 E. Huron. Tole-
Scrams, G. G., 307 S. Division. 2139-M.
Seaburg, W. W., 410 Church. 2467.
Seavolt, E. R., 307 N. State. Me. Ver-
non, O. 639-J.
Simons, A. C., C'p Bogardus. Mt. Mor-
Sinmons,H.G., 418 N. Division. San
Antonio, Tex. 691.
PRINCIPAL DAVIS GIVES LAST
OF SERIES OF LECTURES
(Continued from page 1)
He told that in Grand Rapids, out
of the 200 letters he had sent to fac-
tory employers, asking about the con-
ditions which surrounded these young
workers, but 18 had replied, and that
he had sent out teachers to follow up
the work, to try to see what these
conditions were, and that every teach-
er had failed in the quest.
Professor Davis said that the state
factory inspector had been approached,
knowing that he had the information
the Grand Rapids vocational bureau
wanted, but that such informa-
tion in respect to particular factories
was confidential, though in general
information could be given. It was
no general information wanted. Then
Governor Ferris was appealed to, and
he promised to take the responsibility
of ordering the inspector in the Grand
Rapids section give the needed infor-
mation. Governor Ferris went still
further, and is trying to have the
director of the Grand Rapids bureau
appoint a deputy state factory in-
spector. Professor Davis said that
the city of Grand Rapids was the
first in the United States to have a
complete vocational bureau organized
nder a board of education, and such
organization, he claims is the only
perfect system, as he claims they
would lose their value if organized,
or directed or fostered by employers
of labor. He claimed it was an edu-
cational function. "In cities of size
vocational bureau should be a depart-
ment under the board of education,"
said Mr. Davis. "In small cities they
may be conducted under the direction
of the school superintendent or prin-
803 E. WASHINGTON STREET
One block north from Hill Auditorium
75 cts. per Day Dinner 35 cts.
We boil our drinking water and corl it
x TAttractive Mid-Summer
LUNCH ROOM AT
LUNCHES and SODAS' D A N A RICHARDSON'S
338 South Stese St. 115 E. Liberty
WE PI&ESS BY HAND
C. I. KIDD
Phone 1530 J
1112 S. Univ. Ave.
DRY AND STEAM CLEANING
The White Swan Laundry
Corner Detroit and Catherine Sts. and 4th Ave., Ann Arbor
USES SOFT WATER
W HITE SWAN
Reasons in every bundle of Laundry work sent from the White
Swan Laundry; why you sl.ould
CALL PHONE 165
for our wagon. GDODS NOT IOTE D BY CF EI1ICA IS Whuite,
not yellow nor blue-button holes intact, buttons ditto. Special atten-
tion given to ladies clothes. OUR PRICES 'IHE LOWEST.
THE WHITE SWAN L AUNDRY
I I cipal."
500 BRINGS THE 50C
TO YOUR DOOR FOR THE
c REST OF THE SUMMER.