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TOS is proposed to meet, at least partially,
the need of vocational schools for
teachers who know their trade and
IER'SSCKOLASHIPS how to use it.
Ull~l UUU~iL l~lli U man wvho haspracticed a trade
successfully for five years, it may be
d has just been received by assuned, will know it, and given a
George F. Myers, of the depart- fair opportunity, he ought to be able
>f industrial education to the ef- to learn how to teach it, according to
hat the state of New York has the report.
ed its educational law by insert- Five years of successful practice
section to provide for the estab- and one year of systematic training in
nt of industrial teachers' schol- the vocational department of a good
s of $2,000 each for 25 persons . school ought to make an ideal voca-

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F. 1. THOMAS, BRITONE
SSINSAT NEXT CONCERIT

KRAUS TO LEAVE Te Screen
FOR CAMP DAVIS AR
AT THlE ARCADE
fDean E. H. Kraus of the Summer
esion expecs to eave nt Suny The Arcade has been able to secure
session, expects to leave next Sunday,

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PROGRAM WILL CONTAIN
NUMBERS FOR TWO-
PIANOS

are for men who have had at
e years of successful expe-
n a trade, an industrial or
1 occupation. In this way it

tional teacher, as far as experience
and training are concerned. Success-
ful experience is at least a most ex-
cellent basis of selection for training
teachers.

)ieihigai Football Colach Marries
A. J. Sterzenegger andrMiss Alice
'Eunice Calhoun were married in Los
Angeles. Serving as the Michigan
scout last fall and assisting in coach-
ing the football eleven, Sterzenegger
will again return to the University in
September as coach of the ends.

RS' CANOE LIVERY,
the Huron River

BOX LVNCUES at
BECKER'S DELICATESSEN
OPEN SUNDAYS 4to6 P.M.. l19 EAST LIBERTY PHONE 2620M
THE ALLY OF EVERY OTHER SPORT-,
KODAK
FOR KODAK AMATEURS THIS STORE IS G. H. Q.
Cameras, Photographic Helps and ConVeniences
that male Picture. Making all the Easier,-Film
and Paper
EVERYTHING'S HERE
LYNDON AND COMPANY
719 NORTH UNIVERSITY
We Save Your Clothes By Taking Pains
WhITE SWAN SewotBu

The program for the next concert,
which will take place in Hill Audito-
rium, Wednesday evening, will be of
a rather unusual nature in that sev-
eral numbers for two pianos will be
offered by Mrs. George B. Rhead and
Mrs. Maud Okkelberg, both of the
piano faculty, who will unite their ef-
forts on this occasion.
Thomas to Appear
Frank L. Thomas, a distinguished
baritone, who will come to Ann Arbor
this fall as a member of the vocal fac-
ulty, will also be heard at this time.
Mr. Thomas is a singer of wide recog-
nition, and his coming to Ann Arbor
is looked upon as a valuable asset to
the city's large musical colony.
Another interesting feature will be
the appearance of Howard Rufus, a
talented violin student of the school,
who for a number of years has been
under the tutelage of Anthony J. Whit-
mire. Mr. Rufus gives promise of be-
coming an exceedingly fine artist, and
lovers of violin music are particularly
interested in his performance on this
occasion.
Program is Complete
The program in full is as follows:
Variations, Op. 1............Rudorff
Mrs. George B. Rhead and Mrs.I
Maud Okkelberg
Recitative: At Last the Bounteous
Sun ("The Seasons")......Harris
Aria: With Joy the Impatient Hus-
bandman ("The Seasons".).. Haydn
Frank L. Thomas
Souvenir de Lubeck... Gustav Riecken
Howard Rufus
The Last Hour..............Kramer
Ishtar (Assyrian Love Song)... Spross
I Want to be Ready.........Burleigh
Mr. Thomas
Suite, Op. 15..............Arensky
Romance; Waltz.
Impromptu, Op. 66........Reinecke
Mrs. Rhead and Mrs. Okkelberg
Mr. Burton A. Garlinghouse, Accom-
panist
EDUCATIONAL CLUB
TO HOLD BANQUET
The Men's and Women's Educational
clubs of the Summer session will give
a banquet for all interested in educa-
tion at 6 o'clock Wednesday evening
in the Union. Members of the clubs,
as well as their friends, are invited to
attend. The price will be $1.25 per
plate
After the dinner Dean E. H. Kraus
of the Summer session, Prof. A. S.
Whitney of the department of educa-
tion, and T. J. Knapp, president of the
state teachers' association, will give
talks. Burton A. Barnes, of Detroit,
will give a chalk talk.
The women will be represented on
the list of speakers by Miss Edith
Seekell, of the Western State Normal
school of Kalamazoo, and Miss Su-
sanna A. Clough, toastmaster.
Tickets may be secured at the ap-
pointment committee office in Tappan
hall or from Messrs. Irry, Mniece,
and Linderiath and Misses McKinney
and Rogers.
When you need something look over
our ads.-Adv.

for Camp Davis, the engineering camp,
and the Biological station in the north-
ern part of the state.
He will remain throughout the en-
tire week, returning August 0. Prof.
Kraus is to divide his time between
the two places. This is the first time
in four years that he has visited either
camp.
He will carefully inspect the new
site for the Biological station while
there. A new location for the station
has been sought for some time, and
the final selection of the new spot was
made only recently.
E. L. MILLER, DETROIT HIGH
SCHOOL HEAD, IS MARRIED
Edwin L. Miller, principal of the
Detroit Northwestern high school, and
Miss, Gertrude Doyle, of Buffalo, both
.of whom are graduates of the Univer-
sity, were married in Buffalo last
Tuesday. Mrs. Miller was graduated
from the University in 1915 and since
that time has been a member of the
Northwestern high school faculty in
the Latin department.
In addition to being well known as
a director of educational affairs, Mr.
Miller is an authority on English com-
position and has written several text-
books on the subject which are widely
used in the public schools.I

Pollyanna;" featuring Mary Pickford,
for a return date, today only. The
book, by Eleanor H. Porter, from
which this story was taken has been
widely read, and the public has been
awaiting the arrival of the photoplay.
Critics everywhere have acclaimed it
to be one of the best pictures ever
upon the screen.
Tomorrow and Thursday Billie
Rhodes, of Christie Comedy fame, will
appear in a feature comedy-drama,
"His Pajama Girl." She plays the part
of "Dolly" Dodd, who was always care-
fully chaperoned by her doting father.
Her father had so much money that
she was lavished with everything she
could possibly wish for, with one ex-
ception, perhaps-a young gentleman
caller or two. Father should have
known better; a young, romantic girl
like Dolly in time is simply going to
find a way out of a trifling difficulty
like this. But, like all rich men, he
desired more money, and when a cou-
ple of "questionable" characters hang
a sweet morsel before him in the
shape of rich oilf concessions in a
Latin country, father quickly becomes
their victim.
When the secret service operative
appears on the job he is busily occu-
pied in trailing the thieves and culti-
vating the acquaintance of Dolly.
This double task is made still more
difficult when the father looks with

favor upon one of the plotters for I
daughter's hand.
However, things are almost nice
arranged when Dolly disappears, cl
in her pajamas. The search and con
plications that ensue give the pictv
an unusual turn.
AT THE MAJESTIC
Today is the last showing of Charl
Ray's latest picture, "Paris Green,"
The Majestic. In this production R
takes the part of a young farmer so
dier, who, in his trip overseas, h
42 minutes to see Paris and learn t
French language. Of course, the gc
sipy neighbors believe that he spe
a much greater time than this in t
French capital, and he has some d
ficulty in living up to his reputatik
"Husbands and Wives' is the pictu
in which Vivian Martin will appear
The Majestic Wednesday and Thun
day. This is her first release und
her new company, the Minter-Unite
The picture is declared to be the be
in which she has starred.
A Sunshine comedy, "Jazz Bandits
will be shown in addition, and t
Pathe News will show items of spec:
interest to local fans, as there are se
scenes of the Elks' parade held recen
ly in Chicago.

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FOR RENT
SAUNDERS' CANOE LIV
On the Huron River

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TWO STORES
Books and Supplies for all Colleges at Both Stores
G RAHAM'S
TWO STORES
Both Ends of Die goonal Walk

Ve Wash
In
9oftwater

ons, and do
Reasonable

Mending

AMERICAN CIGAAR STORE
BILLIARDS AND POCKET BILLIARDS
Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobaccos, Candies. Soft Drinks, Ice Cream
614 E. WILLIAMS ONE BLOCK FROM CAMPUS

CALL 165
ONE DAY SERVICE ON REQUEST
lte Swan Laundry Company
Detroit and Catherine Streets
AJEST

FOR RENT
SAUNDERS CANOE LIVERY
On the HuronRiver
For
TAXI

Calk-ns
Drug
Co.

FOUNTAIN PENS
It is easy to find one of our stores and e
of them has a stock of pens from which you
surely find one to suit you.
324 SOUTH STATE STREET
E. & S. UNIVERSITY AVENUE
711 PACKARD STREET

LAST SHOWS TONIGHT

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"PARIS GREEN"
and
ARRY SE MON in"SOLID CONCRETE"

City Taxi and Baggage Co.
Fourth and Huron
HANDY INFORMATION FOR
ANN ARBOR TRAVELERS
DETROIT UNITED LINES
Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-6:10 a.
m. and hourly to 9:10 p. m.
Jackson Express Cars (local stops west of
Ann Arbor)-9:48 a. m. and every two hours
to 9:48 p. m.
Local Cars, East Bound-5:55 a. m., 7:00
a. m. and every two hours to 9:00 p. in.; 11:00
p. m. To Ypsilanti only: 11.:40 p. m., 12:25
a. m., 1:10 a. m.
To Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars, West Bound-7:50 a. m: 12:40
a. mn.
To Jackson and Kalamazoo-Limited cars,
8:48, 10:48 a. i., 12:48, 2:48, 4:48 p. in.
To Jackson and Lansing-Limited car, 8:48
P. M.

Palm Beach Suits and Flannel
STrousers.

25 %

Discount

All New Merchandise

TOMORROW-THURSDAY

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VIVIAN MARTIN
IN
"H usbands and Wives"

IT WILL PAY YOU TO LOOK THEM OVER

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FOR RENT.
SAUNDERS' CANOE LIVERY,
On the Huron River

J K. Malcolm
604 East Liberty Street

Paramount Pictures

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WANTED
'ED-Good cook, either man or
aan, for fraternity of 35. Ad-
s Box AD, care Wolverine.

WANTED

WANTED-Two furnished rooms
kitchenette, by traveling man
wife, by the year. Private home
ferred. Best of references.
AE, care Wolverine.

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FOR SALE

'OR SALE-Single oak student desk;
practically new. Phone Cochran,
783.
FOR RENT
'OR RENT-Office in the Cutting
apartments, formerly occupied by
Dr. E..F. Loeffler. Apply Janitor.,

WANTED-Students' washing. 1803.
Geddes avenue. Phone 2569.
LOST
LOST-Pair glasses, light colored rim,
in black case. Return to Wolverine
office. Reward.,
LOST-Grey-brown whipcord overcoat
and brown hat. Call 131. Reward.

Such a difference in Sodas and Sundaes-and

VELVET BRAND ICE CREAM IS ONE REASON.
The Detroit Creamery has established a permanent Branch

in Ann Arbor to supply the demand.

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