T H E W O L V E R INE
Four and five room
flats. Will be ready
J. K. MALCOLM
604 E. Liberty St.
NEW U, of MI BOAT LIVERY
Cakes Soft Drinks
Soda Fountain and Pavillion
Orchestra Sunday Afterneens
P. G. TESSMER, Prop.
Grand Rapids Librarian Speaks Here
"The Grand Rapids Public Library"
was the topic of an illustrated lecture
given by Mr. S. H. Rank, librarian of
the Grand Rapids public library, yes-
terday afternoon in Alumni Memorial
hall. After the lecture Librarian Koch
entertained Mr. Rank, the faculty and
the students in the school of library
methods at his residence on Hill St.
Landscape Design Class to Take Trip
Courses lb and 3a in landscape de-
sign under he direction of Professor
Tealdi, will take a field trip Friday
afternoon to the forestry farm a few
miles west of town. The party will
leave here at 4:00 o'clock on the in-
terurban car and return shortly after
Redecorate inirversity Hall Offices
Offices of Registrar Hall and Dean
Effinger are being re-decorated and
painted in preparation for the fall
term. The work is expected to be fin-
ished the end of the week.
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 Soit Collars and French Cults.
Prices - - - from $150 to $3.50
Light Colored Worsted and Flannel TROUSERS
At 20% ofi trom regular prices
Prices - $3.50 to $5.00
Reule, Conlin & Fegel
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countries, and has a membership of
The Rocky Mountain club, which has
recently changed its official name to
Kappa Leta Psi, is made up of men
whose home is west of the Mississippi
river. Its members number more than
40 men, and 12 states are represented
on its roster.
The Dominion club, made up of stu-
dents from Canada has more than a
score of members, and embraces a ma-
jority of the provinces of the largest
Among the state clubs are the In-
diana club, organized last year and
now having a membership which num-
bers about 60; the New York state
club, which is housed in its own build-
ing, has a membership of 30; and the
Kentucky club, made up of men from
the Bluegrass state, and having more
than 35 names on its role.
Grand Rapids Has Big City (lab
The largest of the city clubs is the
Grand Rapids club. Sixty-four men
from the furniture city are enrolled in
the organization, and almost every
man from that town is a member. The
Cabinet club, made up of men hailing
from the national capital, has a mem-
bership of 26, and every man from
Washington is an active member of the
organization. Twenty students whose
homes are located in Buffalo, N. Y.,
have organized a club. The club, made
up of the graduates of the various
high schools of that city, has a mem-
bership of more than forty.
The two distinctly high school clubs
are the Phoenix club, whose members
are graduates of Detroit Western high
school, and which has about 40 mem-
bers; and the Totem club, made up of
the alumni of the Detroit Eastern high p
school, and having about the same
membership as the Phoenix club.
,DEAt SKELETON AND UEM
SP'ECINENS SENT '10 MUSEIII
Mr. N. A. Wood, the university taxi-
dermist, who has been gathering spec-
imens at White Fish Point this sum-
mer has recently sent a collection of
bones to the museum, comprising a 1
pair of deer antlers, a bear skeleton
and a number of smaller bones pecul-
iar to the animals found in that part
of the state.
Mr. Wood is expected Iereabout the
first of Septemsber, and the work ii
taxidermy will be resumed.
PLAN LAST SUMMER DANCE
AT UNION FOR FR )AY NIGHT
The last dance of the summer schoo
will be given by the Michigan Union
at 9:00 o'clock Friday evening. The
csmrasec ic c..s. ,.,.nsi ,,-at-
ville Wheat, '14-'16L, chairman, and
C. T. Bushnell, '15. Tickets may be
secured at the door at the price of 50
cents a couple.
WANTED-Club of 12 or 14 boys for
school year. Two blocks fron cam-
pus. Modern house. Electric lights.
Address 417 E. Washington. 22-23
desa e tc nsa'.
Cold Soda, served right. University
Avenue Pharmacy. tf
Buy your kodak films and supplies
at Sugden Drug Co., 302 S. State. tf
May's new orchestra at Tessmer's
boat house Friday night. 22
MRS. M. M. ROOT
Press Building Maynard St.
Headqua rters for COLLEGE MUSIC
803 E. WASHINGTON STREET
One block north from Hill Auditorium
75 cts. per Day Dinner 35 cts.
We bail our drinking water and cool it
TS I.JTTL E'S Attractive Mid-Summer
LUNCH ROOM AT
LUNCHES and SODAS DANA R I C H A R D SON'S
338 South State S*. It5 E. Liberty
WE P.ES BY HAND
C. I. KIDD
Phone 1530 J
1112 S. Unv. Av4.
DRY AND STEAM CLEANING
THE ANN ARBOR
FRED 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 a~t the Swirm mIn g pool Good
for- Summeor School Stueden~ts Onily
The White Swan Laundry
Corner Detroit and Catherine Sts. and 4th Ave., Ann Arbor
USES SOFT WATER
W H ITE SWAN
Reasons in every bundle of Laundry work sent from the White
Swan Laundry, why you sLould
CALL PHONE 165
for our wagon. GDODS NOT ROT'ED BY CHEMICALS-White,
not yellow nor blue-button holes intact, buttons ditto. Special atten-
tion given to ladies clothes. OUR PRICES 7 HE LOWEST.
THE WHITE SWAN l1AUNDRY
FOLLOW MICHICAN'S FOOTBALL TEAM THIS FALL IN
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Special offer to Summer School students-
Sent to any address for the football season - - - $1.00 Sent to any address for the entire school year - . - $2.50
SUBSCRIPTIONS ON SALE AT WAHR'S STATE STREET BOOKSTORE AND THE WOLVERINE OFFICE