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The Wolverine, 1920-08-10

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EXTENSION C9MPS IN
FINE SHAPE.H. KRUS

Piano or Victrola

(Continued from Pager 1)
the experinental stage, and was of a
permanent character.
The physical equipment is excell-
ent. There are substantial buildings
of steel construction and concrete
floors. The camp has Its own electric'
lighting system, water supply, and
sewage disposal' All the buildings
have electric lights and stoves and
many have running water. The stu-
dents are given, unusual opportunities
for practical field work over the ex-
tensive holdings of the University,
and a good deal of work in sounding
is done on the lake.'
The students at Camp Davis are of
a different nature than those at the
Biological station, being almost ex-
clusively students in civil engineer-
ing, forestry, and allied subjects. A
great deal of spirit is developed dur-
ing a session at the camp and there
are many activities. Baseball leagues
have been organized and a paper call-
ed "The Black Fly," a blueprint, is
published. The Biological station also
publishes a paper known as "The
Biolog."
Ample provision is made at both
Camp Davis and the Biological sta-
tion for the safeguarding of health.
Dr. Warren Forsythe of the Univer-
sity Health 'service, being in charge.
He makes daily inspections of both
places. Hospital facilities are pro-
vided in a building at Camp Davis.
There is a daily mail service and
also telephone connections. Supplies
are brought in by means of a truck.
Both the camp and station are well
equipped with boats.
Prof. C. T:? Johnson Is in charge of
Camp Davis, while Prof. George R.
La Rue is director at the Biological
station. While visiting at the two
places Dean Kraus spoke to the stu-
dents and faculty on some educational
tendencies with special reference to
the Summer session.

PART TIME SCHOOL SYSTEM
IS PRAINED BY PROF. MYERS
(Continued from Page 1)
canization at the critical time of the
student's life.
Must Remember Pupils Are Workers
In planning for part time schools,
Professor Myers declared that au-
thorities must remember their pupils
are workers as well as students.
Teachers also must have this fact
constantly in mind. The truth that
many students left the regular school
because of dissatisfactign with teach-
ers, curriculum or conditions in gen-
eral, must be recognized and taken
into account. The most important
thing of all, he said, must be a real-
ization that during this period of em-
ployment student workers under 18
years of age form habits, ideals and
attitudes that have a great influence
throughout their entire life.
Professor Myers suggested that the
system be extended to provide a part
time school for teachers and for col-
lege graduates who desire to continue
some kind of research work in con-
nection with their business.
OLD UNION BUILDING WILL NOT
BE TORN DOWN FOR A YEAR
Destruction of the old Union build-
ing, which was partially ruined by
fire last winter, will not tike place
for at least a year. Winter food stores
for the Union have been placed in the
old building, and scenery from the
various Union operas is being kept
there.
It is also expected that Union opera
rehearsals wlil be conducted there in
the spring. The board of governors
will later decide what is to be done
about the building.

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DOLLAR DAY

The day that proves to Ann Arbor
real worth of the dollars Wednesc
August 11, makes the Dollar the K
of Coins.
ALL WILL COME TO MILLENS
WEDNESDAY DOLLAR DAY
$1.50 Nainsook Night Gowns..... $
$1.50 White Muslin Skirts$........$
$2.00 White Voile Waists! .:. .. ....$
$1.50 Lace Silk Hosiery..' ........$
$4 Women's Percale House Dresse4
35c Women's Cotton Stockings, 4

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST .
we deliver another wallop
to the H. C. L.

for Fall

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pairs for . . . . . . . . . .
35c Men's Socks, 4 Pairs for.
COME IN THE MMI

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acing with us'now your order for
no or Victrola to be delivered in'

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cnent of pianos, new and used,
may be purchased or rented at

BETSY : ROSS : SH(
THE FOUNTAIN ROOM BEAUTIF
13-15 NICKELS ARCADE

>nable figures.

We have also

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Fine Chocolates
Fancy Gift Candy Voxes
and baskets
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wally complete line of Victor'
3 offering you numerous styles
ch to make a selection.

I4G your order now,

you

advantages .of choosing
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or renting

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present.

delay giving us your order

no or Victrola.

Terms will be

suit your convenience.

Mr. .A.Rn1f

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Drug
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FOR RENT
SAUNDERS' CANOE LIVERY
On the Huron River

FOR RENT
SAUNDERS' CANOE LIVERY
On/the&furon River
HALLER '& FULLER
JEWELERS
t State Street

Take

a Kodak With

You

There is a Kodak teat is just suited to your
needs. 'It is our business to help you find it.
We have the equipment and the supplies and

ANN ARBOR'DAIRY COMPANY,
Corner North 4th and Catherine Phone 423
MILK BUTTERMILK . CREAM

TODAY ONLY

WANDA HAWLEY
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"MISS HOBBS"
-A Comedy-Drama by Jerome K. Jerome
CIRISTIE COMEDY and WEEKLY
TOMORROW AND THURSDAY
EARLE WILLIAMS
MAST

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THE ALLY OF EVERY OTHER SPORT
KODAK{
KODAK AMATEURS THIS STORE IS G. H.
Cameras, Photographic Helps and Conveniences
that make Picture Making all the Easie ;,-Film
and Paper
EVERYTHING'S HERE
LYNDON AND COMPANY
719 NORTH UNIVERSITY

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and forget your troubles

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SEE
HOUSEHOLD PACKING CO.
C. E. RHE AD, MGR. PHONE 391-J
Roving, Packing & Storage'
Leading Packers of China, Cut Glass,
Pianos, and Fine Furniture.
Let us unload your goods and settle them.
ites For Cars Furnished For Moving Household Goods
Remember the Phone Number 391-J

Sold at

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Quarry, Drug Co's.
Prescription ,Store

A single word from her and the balance
either diredtion. One way she would bec
and her employer would win a financial
other course offered her no reward and w
to those who trusted her. Yet when EARL
as Yale Durant smiled at her, she just had 1
put over "A MASTER STROKE" and wi
well. It's a comedy of Wall Street-

Cor. So. State and N.
Phone 3o8

Unibersity

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