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The Wolverine, 1920-07-29

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N. Y., in the Alle-
r. Dean A. H. Lloyd

with members of his family left
Wednesday for his summer home in
Piseco, and he does not expect to re-'
turn until September.
Today Dean John R. ]ifflnger will
leave for the same place, where lie
will join his family, which left at an
earlier date. IHe also will probably
remain until some time in September,
as he will not be needed here before
then.
In his office yesterday Dean Efinger
was winding up business of adminis-
tration, preparatory to his vacation.
Do you read liners? A good way to
advertise.-Adv.

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AN CIGAR STORE
)S AND POCKET BILLIARDS
Tobaccos, Candies. Soft Drinks, Ice Cream

MS ONE BLOCK FROM CAMPUS

SUMMER SESSION
GRWTH EXPECTED
(Continued from Page 1),
to build a Training school here. Work
on this has been halted, due to the in-
creased building expense, although an
appropriation has been made.
These developments of the last year
all show the trend of events, and it is
highly possible that more such men of
the type -of Whipple, will be added in
a short time. The advent of suchedu-
cators would tend to strengthen the
Michigan educational faculty immeas-
urably, and make it one of the strong-
est in the country.'
In proportion as quantity and qual-
ity of the teaching staff is developed,
Just so will the quality and number
of courses be bettered. There has
been a demand throughout the state
that a greater variety of studies for
teachers be offered during the sum-
mer, and this is being hearkened to.
In time it is highly probable that the
high school and grade teachers will
be able to find a more excellent course
at Michigan than can be secured at
any other Summer session.
Courses Not Extended
The tendency at Michigan has been
to refrain from teaching anything not
given in the regular year, but Colum-
bia, California, and Chicago have
greatly extended their curriculum to
include even such things as basketry
and kindergarten work. While the
courses here have not yet been so ex-
tended, it is evident that something on
this order should be done soon, al-
though perhaps not on such a great
scale. . a4
Changes and advances in the edu-
cational department will soon come
even more than in the last five years,
it is expected.
For the past five years there has
been a steady growth in the summer
school. Each year there has been an
increase, except during the war pe-
riod, when attendance naturally fell
off. If the growth is at all proportion-
ate, the expected 3,500 should be at-
tained.
This depends to a large extent,
Let our Wolverine boosters know
you appreciate their ads.-Adv.-
Don't miss seeing "A Curious Mis-
hap," by Summer School students.-
Adv.

Mail Orders Phone Orders
Promptly Filled Promptly Filled
Established 1857

though, as to how the University meets
the demands of the teachers, who
form the important part of this and
other Summer session student bodies.
If the wants of this group are satis-
fied, it is practically certain that the
highest expectations will be realized.
To a casual observer it would seem
that Michigan has an insurmountable
obstacle to meet in competing with Co-
lumbia, Chicago, California, and Wis-
consin. In all these schools except
Wisconsin there is the attraction of
a large city and the consequent num-
ber of excursions and trips to be made,
and at Wisconsinrthere is the lure of
the summer resort
In a certain measure it might be
said that Michigan had the advantages
of a large city without its disadvan-

ANN ARBOR DAIRY COMPANY
Corner North 4th and Catherine Phone 4
MILK BUTTERMILK CREAN

tages. Within a 50 minutes' ride of
Detroit, Ann Arbor is just as close to
a large city as Columbia, Chicago, and
California, and it enjoys the privileges,
of a small town, which include a lower
cost of living, a greater university
spirit, and a cooler city.
When the opportunities of a Sum-
mer course at Michigan become more
widely known and the advantages of
this city are perceived, it can hardly
be doubted that the Summer session
will be phenomenal and exceptionally
large.

La V LF.A I 1' 1.n

Indianapolis, Ind., July 26.-J.
Zion, of Clarkshill, Ind., was nom
nated, for governor by the Farme
Labor party at its closing sessi
here, over Francis J. Dillon, of I
dianapolis, his only opponent. Dill
was the party's choice for Unit
States senator.
"A Curious Mishap"-Monday a
Tuesday evenings.-Adv.

ZION NOMINATED FO
GOVERNOR BY F.

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

THE MILLINERY SALON

ANNOUNCES THE ARRIVAL

OLD PACKING CO.
EAD, MGR. PHONE 391-4
3aoking & Storage
Packers o China. Cat Glass,
Is, and Flue Furniture.
id your goods and settle then.
uatsbed For Moving Household Goods
itr the Phone Number 391-J,

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FOR RENT
SAUNDERS' CANOE, LIVERY,
On the Huron River
HANDY INFORMATION FOR
ANN ARBOR TRAVELERS
DETROIT UNITED LINES
Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-6:10 a.
. and hourly to 9:10 p. i.
Jackson Express Cars ({local stops west of
Ann Arbor)-9:48 a. Ysiand every two hours
to 9:48 p. mn.
Local Cars, East Bound-5:55 a. m., 17:00
a. m. and every two hours to 9:00 p. s.; 11:00
p. . To Ypsilanti only: 11:40 p. mi., 12:23
a .,1:10 a. in.
To Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars, West Bound-7:50 a. mn. 12:40
a. in.
To Jackson. and Kalamazoo-Limnited cars,
8:48, 10:48 a. n., 12:48, 12:48, 4:48 p. mn.
To Jackson a.lid LansingLimited,'car, 8:48
p. M.

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cook, either man or
eternity of 35. Ad-
care Wolverine.
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Hce in the Cutting
rmerly occupied by
Ifor. Apply Janitor.

WANTED
WANTED-Two furnished rooms and
kitchenette, by traveling man and
wife, by the year. Private home pre-
ferred. Beat of references. Box
AE, care Wolverine.
LOST
LOST-Two reserved seat tickets to
"A Curieus Mishap." Finder please
return to Wahr's.

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Such a difference in Sodas and Sundaes-and
VELVET BRAND ICE CREAM IS ONE REASON.
The Detroit Creamery has established a permanent Branch

oak student desk.
Phone Cochran,

in Ann Arbor to supply the demand.

Liners
for you.

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