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August 04, 1914 - Image 4

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The Wolverine, 1914-08-04

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THE W O LV E R INE

Cut this out and
bing tomyshop
IT IS GOOD for $1 in Trade
White Serge Trousers and
Summer Suitings awaityou
J. K. MALCOLM
604 E. Liberty St.
NEW .0of M. BOAT LIVERY
CANOES,
Candies Cigars
Cakes Soft Drinks
Soda Fountain and Pavillien
Orchestra Sunday Afternoens
and Evenings
P. G. TESSMER, Prop.

NEW EQUIPMENT PURCHASED
FOR UNIVERSITY LIBRARY
A new Burroughs adding machine
has recently been installed in the uni-
versity library for use in the order
division. A new card catalogue cab-
inet has also been purchased, and will
be placed in the depository catalogue
section which is located in the south
wing of the reading room just back of
the reference-librarian's desk. The
depository catalogue, where the libra-
ry of congress cards are filed, has
been overcrowded for some time, ne-
cessitating the addition of another
card catalogue cabinet.
Cosmopolites Hold Successful Outing
After a successful picnic attended by
25 foreign students at Whitmore lake
last Saturday, it war decided to hold
a picnic open to all foreign students
at the same place at the en dof this
week. Each picknicker is requested
to furnish favorite foods of his own
country.

Buy Indestructo Baggage

Just Received. A new line of INDESTRUCTO TRUNKS and
BAGS. The kind that can't wear out.
FURNISHINGS FOR MEN
Light weight Uaderwear Manhattan SHIRTS,
with Soft Collars, and French Cufts.
Prices - - - from $1.50 to $3.50,
Light Colored Worsted and Flannel TROUSERS
At 20% off from regular prices
Prices - - $3.50 to $5.00
Ruele, Conlin & Fiegel
THE ANN ARBOR
1Swim tming
Pool
FREO C. WEINBERG, Proprietor
OPEN EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
9:00 A. M. to 9:00 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 at the Swimming poolGood
for Summer School Studensts Only

MICHIGAN RANKS
HIGH IN INCOME
(Continued from page 1)
supported entirely by the grants of
the city fathers which totaled, in
1911, $1,258,291. It has no trust funds
whatever, and stands at the head of all
the municipal universities.
Ohio State University has an annual
income of $1,209,958, a portion of
which is derived from productive funds
which total $950,000.
Columbia University has the largest
productive funds of all the American
universities. The New York institu-
tion enjoys the interest on $44,154,132.
Its official income, as given by the
United States Bureau of Education,
amounts to $744,587, which includes
the moneys coming only from tuition,
fines and other incidental moneys.
Johns Hopkins University has an an-
nual income of $755,826, and a produc-
tive fund og $,269,529; Dartmouth, an
income of only $419,824 and a produc-
ive fund of $1,269,529; Dartmouth, an
University has an income which totals
$316,473, which comes entirely from
the state legislature, as no trust fund
has been supplied for its use.
ARRANGEMENTS MADE FOR FALL
IN PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT
Course 7 in elementary psychology
will be given in room 205 N. W. this
fall, while the advance courses 8a,
24, 26a, and 30 will be held in the old
psychological laboratory, which was
moved just west of the chemical build-
ing early in the spring.
The building at present rests on
wooden piles, which are to be con-
cealed by a frame sheeting. The wat-
er, steam and lighting connections are
to be made as soon as the summer
session is over.
WORK ON Y. M. C. A. HAND
BO00K ALMOST COMPLETED
The University Y. M. C. A. 1914 hand
book is almost completed, and will go
to the printers in a few days. The
manuscript is now being corrected by
the "Y" secretaries, and the total edi-
ion of 4,500 copies will be ready by
September 1 for distribution among
the students.
The new book is to be somewhat
larger than that of last year, and
among its several new features will be
a soft brown leather cover instead of
the customary black one of past years.
MEDICAL PROFESSORS STAY
AT HOME AND DO RESEARCH
All work in the medical department
will come to a close this week, but the
"embalmers" and the others doing
clinical work will remain for two or
three weeks more. This summer has
been especially fruitful for the results
obtained in different researches, due
largely to the fact that a greater num-
ber of the professors have stayed over
to perfect some of their material.
There are at present only two mem-
bers of the faculty that are away for
their vacation.
Graduate Honored by Western School
Charles J. Conover, who graduated
from the University of Richigan in
1911 and did two years' post graduate

work here, has been made a member
of the Oregon Agricultural College
faculty. While in school Conover
made a good record as a forester.

MRS. M. M. ROOT
Press Building Maynard Sit.
Special
Bargains in
Used
Pianos
Headquarters f or COLLEGE MUIC
BOARD $4.00
AT
Freeman s
803 E. WASHINGTON STREET
One block north from Hill Auditorium
75 cts. per Day Dinner 35 cts.
We boil our drinking water and cool it
S Attractive Mid-Summer
TUTTLE'S MILLINERY
LUNCH ROOM AT
LVNCHES and SODAS DANA R I C H A R D S O N'S
338 SOUth Stete St. 15 E. Liberty
W E PRESS 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
1WHITE SWAN
in every bundle of Laundry work sent from the White
Reasons Swan Laundry, wby you should
CALL PHONE 165
for our wagon. GDODS NOT ROTIED BY CBEIMIC'A.S-White,
not yellow nor blue-button holes intact, buttons ditto: Special atten-
tion given to ladies clothes. OUR PRICES ?HE LOWEST.
THE WHITE SWAN LAUNDRY

50c BRINGS THE sc
WOLVE R IN E
TO YOURT DOOR FOR THE
50e REST OF THE SUMMER,

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