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STUDENTS' SUPPLY STORE
WHO HAS THE
Morse's and Gilbert's Candy Kodak Supplies
Stationery, Pound Paper Cigars
Everything a Student Needs. Phone us. We deliver the Goods
1111 So. University Ave. Phone 1331-J
Repairing of Eye Glasses a
FINE WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING
Haler Jewelry Co.
Telephone 534 308 South State Street
The New Catalogue,
U iversity of Michigan
IS NOW READY
Complete Information concerning seven departments:
Collegiate, Engineering, Medicine,
Law, Pharmacy, Homeopathy,
Dentistry and the Craduate Depart-
ment and the Summer' Session.
Special Courses in Forestry, Newpaper
Work, Landscape Design, Higher Commercial
Education, including Railway Administration
.i losurance, Architecture, Conservation
Engineering, Pedagogy (affiliated with Ann
Arbor Sctsols for Observation Study), and a
course for tiose preparing for the scientific
administration °o departmentseof sanitation
and public health.
For Copy of Catalogue, Special Announcement. or
Individual Information, address
S H IR L E Y W. S M I T H
Secretary University A N N A R B O R
MICHIGAN UNION TO BE OPEN
TO MEMBERS IN SEPTEMBEP
Plan to Open Employment, Rooming
and Information Bureau Week
Before School Opens
The Michigan Union will be open to
memhers every day during September,
according to an announcement by
Manager Homer L. Heath. Members
will be given the privilege of the read-
ing rooms as well as of the tennis
About a week before the opening of
the university, the employment bureau,
unde rthe chairmanship of Fred Mar-
ble, '15, will begin active work, in co-
operation with the similar bureau con-
ducted by the University Y, M. C. A.
An information and rooming list bu-
reau will be installed, as in past years,
in the large Union annex.
The dining room will open Septem-
ber 7, as a training table for the foot-
ball men who return for early prac-
Change Reading Room Hours for Sept.
Beginning with August 22 until Sep-
tember 21, the reading room in Alumni
Memorial hail will be closed every day
at 5:00 o'clock. During the school
year the regular hours are from 8:00
o'clock to 10:00 o'clock.
Student Marks Will Be Forwarded
Students desiring to secure their
marks in courses taktn during the
summer session should file a self-ad-
dressed envelope with the secretaries
of their respective departments.
Redecorate Corridors of Law Building
Walls of the corridors and the stair-
ways of the law building are being
re-decorated and painted. The work
will be finished in about ten days.
Work until October for five men
selling a farmer's necessity, that is
now making Ann Arbor students $14.00
per day in that field. If you want
such work address C.J. Tremmel, 444
S. State St., Ann Arbor, at once. 24
August Sale Campus Bootery-Any
Gents Oxfords in store $3.98, formerly
$5.00, $5.50 and $6.00. tf
Phone 416. We deliver your drugs
Kodaks and supplies at Calkins. tf
Electric fixtures for sale. Inquire
at University Music House, Press
building, Maynard St. tf
MORE GRADUATES GET POSTS
FROM APPOINTMENT BUREAU
Since the last announcement of ap-
pointments by the university teachers'
appointment committee of the depart-
ment of education, the following posi-
tions for students enrolled with the
committee have been secured: Miss
Elsa Schweitzberger, Coloma, Mich., Baseball and other camp sports hav-
German; Ethel Brice, Manistee, Mich., ing been generally concluded, Visit-
assistant in history; Rachael Parrish, ors' Day was celebrated last Saturday
Stonington, Ill., principal, Latin and as one of the central events of thu
German; Edith H. Fox, Prosser, Wash- summer. Amongthe faculty men who
ington; Alma Hallinger, Benton Har- have paid visits to the camp recently,
bor, Mich.; Jesse Fitzgerald, with the are Dean Karl E. Guthe and Prof. H,
F. A. Snider Preserve Co., of Chicago, E. Riggs, who carefully inspected the
Ill.; Norma Stahle, substitute teacher, various branches and expressed their
Minneapolis, Minn.; Mr. Vernon Chase, approval of the manner in which the
Romeo, Mich., Supt.; Mary Gardner, work is being carried on.
Fort Wayne, Ind., Mathematics; Mar-
garet Perry, New Baltimore, Mich.,
principal county normal; Francis Wedding Announced by Graduates
Farnham, Petoskey, Mich., principal Rachel E. Sinclair, '09, and Dean M.
county normal; Ruth Mensch, Boyne Ryman, '10L, will be married at the
City, Mich., mathematics; Miss Gaile home of the bride's parent in Detroit
Churchill, Fruitland, Idaho, English. the latter part of August.
the outside shirt and underdrawers
are one garment. This means tha the shirt
can't work out of the trousers, that there are no shirt tails
to bunch in seat, that the drawers "stay put," to say nothing of
the comfort and economy of saving a garment. OLUS is coat cut-
opens all the way down-closed crotch, closed back. See illusgratior
For golf, tennis and field wear, we recommend the special attached'
collar OLUS with regular or short sleeves. Extra sizes for very tall or stout
ern. All shirt fabrics, in smart designs, including silks-$1.50 to $10.00.
OLUS one-piece PAJAMAS forlosusging, restins and cosnfortable sleep.
Made on the same principle as OLUS Shirts -coat cot, closed hack,
closed crotch. No strings to tighten or come loose. $1.50 to $8.50.
Ask your dealer for OLUS. Booket on request.
Phillips-Jones Company, Make, Dept.N 1199 Broadway,N.Y. (I
ENGINEERS PREPARE TO DEPART
Bogardus Campers. Leave Next Friday.
Visitors' Day Celebrated
Camp Bogardus engineers have be-
gun to gather together their belong-
ings preparatory to the breaking up of
camp next Friday.
The latest word in musical instruments is the Edison Diamond
Disc Phonograph and the latest word in Edison Phonographs is
A New Record Every Day
Consider:-No needles to change-Non-breakable records-Records
with 40 % more music-Better volume-Better tones-Records that will
practically never wear out-The Edison will play other records as well,
and play them better. Hear it and be convinced.
L Y N D O N- - - - - - 719 N. University Ave.
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