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(Continued from Page 1)
given more inspiration than any he
had ever before attended.
He further stated that the depart-
ment of education has come into its
own as a strong department of the
University. It has built up a strong7
faculty and is 'now able to meet thea
demands made upon it. He also re-
marked that the, Education club has
been a strong feature in the Summer,
school work. The Summler school
here is starting on a new era, he con-
cluded.
For the women here for the sum-
men, Miss E~dith Seekell of the Kalam-
azoo State Normal, stated that she had
found the students here with serious
mind for' business and the workers
have all been enthusiastic. She believ-
es that more teachers should take ad-
vantage of the oppertunities offered
here for summer work.
"I was told all the'summer schools
from Maine westward were a joke,"
she said, "but I have found the state-
ment entirely erroneous in regard to
the University of Michigan."
, Notes Progress
Miss Sussana A. Clough, - of the
Northwestern high school of Detroit,
stated that although she hated to see'
the old library go, she had enjoyed
the facilities offered by the new build-
ing to a great degree. She was also
pleased to note the progress obtained
in building women's ,dormitories. She
hopes that the women's Educational
club wil be more active in the future
as she thinks it has an important
field. The women in the Summer ses-
sion should make more of the advant-
ages offered by Newberry hall, the Y.
W. C. A. building, she concluded.
NATIONAL SUMMER INSTITUTE
OF COSMOPOLITAN CLUB HELD
The first national summer institute
of Cosmopolitan clubs was held herq
during the recent Cosmopolitan week
end.
There were four delegates from
other schools, one, 'Miss E. Romero,
being from the ,University of Califor-
nia, ahd the other three, F. Romalis,
M. Shaviro, and E. Kemp, represnting
the University of Chicago.. The insti-
tute was held in connection with the
Cosmopolitan program. It is hoped
that this convention may be a start
to bigger and more important meet-
ings in the future.
DEQAN KRAUS WILL ADDRESS
EMBALMING STUDENTS TONIGHT
Dean E. H. Kraus of the Summer
session will address the students in
embalming this evening at the Un-
ion.
Fnr TAYT nr BAGGAGE ball 230.-

! 1 1L.a VW .W..L..7V F' a~1, l' 1 j
FRESHMEN ADVISOR SYSTEM could be avoided easily.
BEING PLANNED ly UNION The duties of the upperclassmen
will be to keep their men from becom-
(Continued from Page 1) ing lost and isolated, and to get them
During the average man's first year, interested in the University's work.
it has often been found that he be- In this way it is thought that a great-
comes lost in the large crowd of er class and University spirit will be
freshmen, does not make friends, and developed, through the insistence of
is bewildered by the many activities.j the advisors that the men take part in
Not knowing the traditions, the fresh- all the activities of their classes and
man often makes mistakes, which of the University.
For.TAXI or BAGGAGE call 23.-- For TAXI or BAGGAGE call 230.-
Adv. Adv.
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The WOLVERINE advertising has been very E
satisfactory and we wish to thank them for the
many customers brought into our store this
summer. We hope to see you again.
Trade lvhere
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PH ONE 1610
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FOR KODAK AMATEURS THIS STORE IS G. H.Q.
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that make Pictur~e Making all the Easier,-Film ,
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A rainstorm oftentimes plays queer pranks. In this f
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serted house. Varney, the hero, has also been driven there,
in -this way they first meet. But she mistakes him for so
one else and things become pretty complicated for a time.

FORRENT
SAUNDERS' CANOE LIVERY,
On the Huron River -
TYPE WRITERS
Bought, Sold, Rented
and
Exchanged
HAMILTONEBUSINESS
COLLEGE
State and Wiliams Sts.
NORTHWESTERN
UNITERSITY
School of Commerce
A University Professional School
Graduate Divsion-One year
graduate work, leading to de-.
gree, Master in Business Ad-
ministration. Open to students
having a professional or bach-
elor's degree, from an institu-
tion of approved standing. Bul-
letin No. 51.
Undergraduate Division-Two-
year course, leadng to degree,
Bachelor of Science in Com-
merce. Open to students with
two years of credit from a col-
lege of approved standing. Op-
portunity to specialize in Ac-
counting, Banking, Finance,
Sales Management, Advertising,
Factory Management, Foreign
Trade, Employment Manage-
ment, and allied subjects. Prac-
tical work in a great commercial
center. Fall semester opens
September 20. Bulletin No. 1.
Address inquiries to
NORTWESTERN UNIVERSITY
School (df Commerce
33 West Lake St. Chicago, Ill.
For TAXI or BAGGAGE call 230.-

THIS IS A RE-ISSUED TRIANGLE P
TURE AND WAS ONE OF MISS TAL
ADGE'S FIRST STARRING PHOTOPLA'
IT STARTED HER ON THE ROAD TO FA\
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