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HUNS WOULD ESTABLISH
OVERSEAS ZEFpSERVICE

AGENT HINTS AT AMERICAN
ENGLISH FINANCIAL
BACKING

AND

EDUCTIONS IN PRICES

O F

Victor Red Seal Records

A

as announced by the

Victor Talking Machine Co.

are

NOW IN EFFECT

Following is a table showing in detail
the extensive reductions:

Series
81000
85000
87000
87500,
88000.
89000

Old Price
$2.00
$3.00
$2.00
$3.00
$3.00
$4.00

New Pr
$
$

ice Ser.
1.00 9100
1.50 9200
1 9M o-n

Iles
00
GO

$1.0
$1.50
$1.50
$2.00

P2500
95100
95200
96000

Old Price
$2.00
$3.00
$4.00
$4.00
$5.00
$6.00

New Price
$1.00
$1.50
$2.00
$2.00
$2.50
$3.00

Series 96200 reduced from $7.00 to $3.50

The above list includes records by
,aruso, Homer, Farrar, Schumann-Heink, Scotti, Ruffo, De Luca
and other Victor artists

New York, July 16.-Zeppelins sev-
eral times th~ size of the R-34 will be-
gin making regular trips between
German and American ports, accord-
ing to an advertisement printed in
several German newspapers and one
American trade paper.
This notice says that over-ocean
paspenger and freight service would
be instituted between Dusseldorf, Ber-
lin, Hamburg, New York, Boston, and
Chicago. Publication of the adver-
tisement was authorized by Hans
Kahrs. of the Monopol Export and
Import Union, Inc.
Kahrs, who is a German with first
papers,'said that he had been desig-
nated by an American banker, whose
name he could not Snake public, to
act as agent for a transatlantic dirig-
ible freight and passenger service to
be financed by American and English
capital.
860 Ton Capacity
He declared that he had little in-
formation about the latest type of
Zeppelins, but added that it was his
impression that the airship which
might be used for the first flight could
carry about 360 tons of freight. Food-
stuffs would constitute the return
cargo of the Zeppelins.
Rate of $91 a Toi
A tentative rate of $91 a ton has
been set as the rate on trans-ocean
air freight, Kah~rs said, or about $30
more than the present steamship rate.
The peacetreaty, article 198, says
that no dirigible shall be kept by
Germany, and government officials in
Washington qualified to comment on
the probable attitude of the govern-
ment toward Kahr's proposal said he
would not be permitted to establish
such a service.
NAVY PROIDES FOR
SHORT-TERM SERVICE
GOVERNMENT TO PROVIDE FREE
TRANSPORTATION TO DETROIT
FOR DISTRICT APPLICANTS
Two and three year enlistments are
now permitted in the navy according
to an order received Monday at the
Detroit recruiting station. The same
proportional benefits will be given
he men on discharge and reinlist-
ment as for the four year terms.
All ratings are now open to re-
cruits, with optional two, three, or
four year terms except for mechan-
ists' mates' schools and aviation me-
chanics' schools which will not open
for less than three year enlistments.
Those under 18 may be enlisted for two
or three years or for period of mi-
nority if parents give their consent.
The new order will be in effect until
June 30, 1919.
The new enlistment blanks have
been prepared andare in the hands
of the officer in charge of the navy
recruiting station at Detroit. They
may be secured by writing to that of-
ficer. Free government transporta-
tion will be forwarded to the appli-
cant to carry him from his home to
Detroit, and if he fails to pass the
examination in Detroit the transpor-
tation home will also be furnished.
RECRUITING PLANE DAMAGED
IN LANDING NEAR ANN ARBOR

Notable Values in
Men's Furnishings
A SALE
Clean up time is here again.
Despite high wholesale prices we
must have our stocks clear of all sum-
mer goods in short order, before fall
merchandise arrives.
We've gone through every stock,
taken out incomplete lines, displayed
them conveniently and priced them
to insure quick sale.
Every man who knows this store
and the quality of our furnishings will
be here early to share in these timely
savings.
MEN'S $3 AND $4 SOFT HATS, $1.69
One hundred hats, incomplete lines, in gray,. tan,
green and black. They're really $4.oo hats, now for $1.69.
MEN'S 35c HOSE, 4 pairs for 89c
Plain colors; white, black, gray, tan, navy, and Palm
Beach; reinforced heels and toes; fast color.
MEN'S $1 NECK WEAR value, 694
Plain shades and vari-colored effects. Exceptional
value at $r.oo; sale price, 69c
MEN'S $2.50 AND $3 SHIRTS, $1.89
Variety of handsome patterns, stripes in all spring col-
ors, a good selection of sizes-I4/ , 1562, 16, 16 / and 17.
MEN'S $6.50 TROUSER Values, $3.89
75 pair worsted, cassimeres and tweeds for present as
well as fall patterns and colors.

CONCERTED NUM[BERS FORMERLY $2.00 REDUCED TO $1.50
CONCERTED NUMBERS FORMERLY $3.00 RECUCED TO $2.00

F.

W.Grs

Our stock of Red Seal Records is one of the largest
and choicest in the state, and our sound-
proof demonstrating booths are
at your disposal

309 S. Main St.
BETWEEN LIBERTY AND WILLIAMS
Mention Adv. No. 299

UF
IUNIVERSITY OF MICHIGANI

It utversit Itlluwtc i~ouse
Mrs. an'tC M

Summer

Session.

1919

William anb .1MayLmarb,

richigan's Oldest Book Store

More than 300 courses conducted by a staff
of the regular faculties of the University.
facilities available

of 250 members
All University

l

Literature, Science, and the Arts, Engineering and
Architecture, Pharmacy, Graduate Study, Library
Methods, Biological Station, Embalming and Sani-
tary Science, Public Health Nursing, June 30-
August 22; Medicine and Surgery, June 30-August
8; Law, June 23-July 26 and July 28-August 30.

When Better Stationery is made
we will have it for your
inspection

CH AS. W. GRAHAM

- - BOOKS

1Flight to Jackson Interrupted
Engine Trouble Over
Ypsilanti

by

The work is equivalent in method, character and credit value to that
of the academic session, and may be counted toward degrees. All
classes of students, and especially those who, desire to shorten their
period of residence at the University, or whose work was interrupted
or interfered with by the war, or associated activities, will find many
courses well adapted to their needs. Certificates of credit and attend-
ance issued. Many special lectures, recitals, concerts and excursions.
Cosmopolitan student body. Deliihtful location.

(Formerly Sheehan & Company)

_____________

OOLMEN COMBINE, 1
?M EDUCATIONAL CLUB
ued from Page One)
E. Fitzell, N. Y. Normal;
, Wyandotte; E. A. Gee,
L. S. Gray, Stockbridge;
r, Oklahoma; R. S. Gar-
Rico; H. L. Harrington,
J. R. Harvey, Fremont;
Wyandotte; Fred Jeffers,
E. W. Johnson, Rockford;
Ann Arbor; A. G. Leon-
ville; W. I. Lyons, Nord-
Detroit; H. D. Mc-
rand Rapids; E. W. Mc-
; J. D. Menchhofer; L..
a.wton; J. B. Mort; A. A.
chester; J. S. Page, Bliss-
Perkins, Bay City; R. C.
Ill.; J. C. Peters, Ana-
na; C. L.Poor; S. R. Sav-
e; J. W. Selden, Wyan-
Dvke: B. E. Smith. South

Marine City; B. H. Vanden Belt, Bad
Axe; E. R. Washburn, Decatur; C. M.
Wenger, Saginaw, W. S.; Wickett,
Sparta; G. F. Williamson, N. Y. Nor-
mal; R. Ward, Mt. Clemens.
ENGINEER REFUSES
MINNESOTA OFFER
- Prof. L. M. Gram, of the College of
Engineering, will remain at the Uni-
versity it has been announced. Pro-
fessor Gram was wanted by the Uni-
versity of Minnesota as dean of the
engineering colege of that university
but will stay at Michigan.
Prof. J. J. Cox, assistant professor
of civil engineering and head of the
highway engineering department has
resigned, his resignation to take effect
immediately..
Fleet to Be Dispatched to Pacific
Washington, July 16. - The newly'
organized Pacific fleet will sail from
Hampton Roads July, 19, instead of

was decided recently at a conference
between- Secretary Daniels and Ad-
miral Hugh Rodman, commander of
the fleet. The date of the fleet's ar-
rival at San Diego, Cal., was fixed at
August 7 or 8.
U. S. Re-opens Trade with Germany
Washington, July 16.-General li-
censes, covering import and export
trading with Germany, have been
issued by the war trade division
of the state department, with the ap-
proval of Acting Secretary Polk. Ex-
cept in certain limited cases, provided
under the treaty of peace, trading be-
tween /the United, States and Ger-
many may be commenced at once.
Berlin Transportation Strike Settled
Berlin, July 16.-As a result of in-
tervention by the federation of labor,
a settlement of the transportation
strike has been effected.
Subscribe for The Wolverine. $.75
for the rest of the summer.

A 150-hourse-power Curtis biplane,
piloted by Lieut. H. W. Macomber, was
wrecked while making a landing on
the farm of J. E. Warner just outside
this city Monday afternoon. The run-
ning gear of the machine sunk in the
soft earth and with the propeller was
badly broken.
Lieutenant, Macomber was accom-
ponied by Lieut. J. P. Carberry, the
two being on the first lap of a journey
to Jackson. When over Ypsilanti they
noticed that the motor was spitting
oil, and circled over the town looking
for a place to land. Because of the
high trees the pilot was unable to see
clearly.
On one side of the machine was the
inscription, "The sky. is the limit,
join us," and on the other side, "The
United States air service needs 15,000
men."
Women Educators to Meet Friilay
Women educators in Ann Arbor are
invited to attend a meeting at the
home of Miss Murtland 1215 Hill
street, from 4 to 5:30 o'clock, Friday
afternoon.

For further information, address
T . E. RANKIN

Box 20

Ann Arbor, Michigan

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NMMW4

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at Lake House
WHITMOR E LAKE
Every Wednesday and Saturday Nights
8:30-12:00
"KING" FIELD, Piano
Bill a"TED" RHODES, Saxaphone
ill j75 "CEC." RHODES, Violin
"DON" RHODES, Drums

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LECTURE POSTPONED BECAUSE
OF NON-ARRIVAL OF SLIDES
Owing to the failure of slides to ar-
rive in time, Prof. W. R. Parker will

Reference to the Blind and Deaf," Au-
gust 5, and Prof. A. F. Shull, who was
,to have talked at that time, will speak
at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening in the
Natural Science auditorium.

Use The Wolverine for results.

give his illustrated lecture, "The
of the Injured Soldier with Sp

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