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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREt
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ofessional Grid Conference
Takes Steps To Keep College
Players In Ranks OfAmateurs

At a conference held at Cleveland
last Wednesday representatives of
professional football teams met and
an organization was perfected called
the National Football association. The
most important thing acicomplished
at the conference was the ruling
which will have a strong effect in
keeping college players from going
professional. . A fine of $500 is pro-
vided for any member of the associa-
tion who engages a college player
still at college and for a second of-
fense the member will be expelled
from the organization.
Another rule adopted was that any
player competing under a false name
will be barred from the league. Con-
tracts similar to professional base-
ball will be adopted. A forfeit of
$1,000 must be posted by each club
to see that none of the rules are
broken.
A definite season has been decided
on opening the first Sunday in Oc-
tober and closing the Sunday after
Thanksgiving. All games will be

the following cities were represented
at the meeting, Rochester and Buf-
falo, N. Y., Canton, Cleveland, Ak-
ron, Dayton, Columbus, O., Roch
Island, Minneapolis, and two teams
from Chicago.
Smoke Ball King
Nears Final Goal
New York, June 29. - Walter
Johnson, 'smoke ball" king of the
Washington Senators, will have no
difficulty reaching the goal of 100
shutouts for his big-league career
at the pace he is now maintaining.
He registered his third straight shut-
out of the season and the 97th of his
16 years' service in the majors when
he blanked the Yankees 1 to 0 Wed-
nesday in a thrilling duel with his
youthful rival, Waite Hoyt.
Johnson had perfect control and
added to his record as the strike-out
king of all time by whiffing nine of
the New York team. His strike-out
total at the end of last season was

played on Sunday.
Four new teams

were admitted 2,827-18 more than the mark set by

to membership, Milwaukee, Racine,
Green Bay, Wis., and Marion, O. The
last team is to be made up of In-
dians and it will be under the man-
agement of Jim Thorpe. Teams from
SUMIDER DAILY TRYOUTS
WANTED
Students attending the Sum-
mer session and who wish to try
out for positions on The Summer
Michigan -Daily staff should re-
port between 1 and 5 o'clock
in the afternoon at the Press
building.
Tryouts for the business de-
partment should see Herold C.
Hunt, business manager; for the
editorial department, James
Young, city editor.t
Waterman, Conklin, Dunn and oth-
er pens $1.50 up. Repairing a special-
ty. 0. D. Morrill, :7 Nickels' Arca e.
-At]v.
DETROIT UNITED LINES.
TIME TABLE
Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-6:oo
a, m., 7:oo a. m., 8:oa' a. m., 9:0o a. m. and
hourly to 9:05 P. im.
Jackson Express Cars (local stops of Ann
Arbor)-9 :47 a. m. and every two hours to
9:47 P. in.
Local Cars, East. Bound- :55 a. n., 7:00
a, m, and every two. hours to 9-:0o p. in.;
i :oo p. m. To Ypsilanti only-iz:4o p. M.,
12:5 . in., 1:rs a. in.
To Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars, West Bound-7:5o a. m., 2:40
p. in.
To Jackson and Kalamazoo-Limited cars:
8:47, 1047, a: .; 2:47,g 2:47 447 . m.
To Jackson and Lansing-1,imited: 8:47
p. in.

Cy Young, as a performer in both the
National ant American leagues.
,The St. Louis Browns took advan-
tage of the chande to increase "their
lead by trouncing Cleveland 9 to 0,
after twice falling before the Indians,
while the White Sox won their sec-
ond straight from the Tygers and went
into undisputed possession of third
place. The Chicagoans are only a
game behind the second-place Yan-
kees.
Cy Williams smashed out homer
No. 11 and Casey Stengel added an-
other circuit blow to shis list while
the Giants and Phillies split a double-
header. Incidentally, these were the
only circuit blows registered in either
league.
The Boston Braves knocked Dazzy
Vance out of the box and ended their
long losing streak by nosing out
Brooklyn 5 to 4, while the Pirates
climbed back to, fourth place, takingf
another from Chicago, 7 to 2.m
John Collins, with four bingles, led
the Red Sox to victory over the Ath-
letics 4 to 2.
mer Daily.-Adv.
Delivered to your door-The Sum-
WHAT'S GOING ON
The Summer Daily will run a
program of events, meetings,
etc., day by day, throughout the
Summer session. Notices of
meetings and other events should
in The Summer Daily office be-
fore 8 o'clock of the night pre-
ceding the events.

LITTLE WILL RESUME
WORK HERE ON JULY 3
George Little, newly appointed as-
sistant director of intercollegiate ath-
letics and assistant football coach,
will return the end of this week from
Peabody college for teachers at Nash-
ville, Tenn., where he has been teach-
ing a course in the summer school for
caches. At that time he will resume
his duties assisting in the football
courses offered here in the school
for coaches.
The new coach was largely respon-
sible for the organization of the
coaching school at the Peabody col-
lege and was under contract to teach
there this summer. However, when
he signed to come to Michigan he was
released from the contract on the con-
dition that he spend ten days at the
institution.
For the last three years Coach Lit-
tle has been at Miami where he coach-
ed in three sports and was assistant
director of athletics and at the end of
school he came to Ann Arbor where
he immediately took off his coat and
started work. He assisted the staff of
the coaching school to get ready for
the beginning of classes.
LEAGUE NURSERY
NETS FUND $25
During commencement week the
Ann Arbor University Girls' club con-;
ceived another means of swelling theI
building fund of the Women's league.t
A nursery was established at Betsy
Barbour house, with headquarters at
Alumni Memorial hall for the child-t
ren of the faculty and visiting alumnia
who wished to attend the Commence-r
ment exercises. The nursery was con-i
ducted for four days beginning Thurs-
day, June 15, and closing on Monday,
June 19. Lunches were served the
children at the rate of 50 cents apiece
at Betsy Barbour house. Miss Esther
Barth, president of the club, turned
over approximately $25 to the Wom-
en's league, the proceeds of the un-
dertaking.
Your name embossed free of chargc
of all fountain pens purcha-dd from
0. D Morrill, 17 Nickels' Arcade. Oth-
ers 25 cents each.-Adv.
Subscribe foday for The Summer
Daily.-Adv -
Read the Daily classified columns.-
meals or weekly rates.-Adv.
Patronize Daily Advertisers-Adv
GARRICK M. 25-50
DETROIT Nights, - 25, 50, 75C. $,o
3th Annual Season Seventh Week
The BONSTELLE Co.
A comedy in Three Acts by Hutchinson
Boyd and Rudolph Bunner
WAIT 'TIL WE'RE MARRIED
FRIDAY-SATURDAY
EILEEN
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"Whatever She

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DE MEDICI RELICS
NOW ON EXHIBIT
IN ROME LIBRARY
Rome, June 29.-Among the new ex-
hibitions in Florence there is none
more excellent than that opened re-
cently by King Victor Emanuel in the
magnificent San Lorenzo Library
which will remain for the permanent
delight of all lovers of beautiful min-
iatures, manuscripts and books.
Began in 1418
This unique collection s initiated
in 1418 by Cosimo de Medici, grand-
father of the great Lorenzo, and its
treasures were increased generation,
aftar generation by this munificient1
family. The collection passed finally3
to the Italian government.
But, although it was opened for pub-
lic, though restricted, use in 1571 in
the great hall which Michelangelo hadt
built, and for which Giovanni del
Udine painted the glass windows, the#
space was inadequate for the exhibi-
tion of the whole codexes, incubala,I
and manuscripts; and the fact thatI
the same hall had then, and for thek
next three centuries, to serve for bothz
students and visitors, who mutuallyI
disturbed or inconvenienced each oth-f
er, had long made it evident that some
more advantageous arrangement
should be made.
Restored 33 Years Ago
Thirty-three years ago the direc-
torship of the Laurenziana Library
was instrusted to the distinguished
scholar Dr. Guida Biagi. Not only did
he restore the cloister and the sacris-
ty of Brunellisco from the dilapidation
and dishonor into which they had fall-
en but he also represented vigorously
to th authorities the necessity for
more ample! accommodation and a
more worthy system or arrangement
for the bibliographical treasures
which the library contained.
We do typeweiting and mimeograpt-
ing. O. D. Morrihl, 17 Nick<(Q' Ar'-
cade -Adv.

STUDENTS TO SEE CITY
ON EXCHANE CLUB TOUR
"Summer school students will see
many points of interest that they
would otherwise miss," said Mr. Carl-
ton Wells, director of the Summer
Session excursions, in speaking of the
trip through the campus and Ann Ar-
bor which starts at 2:30 today..
This is the first of the excursions
conducted and will include an hour's
automobile tour through the city of
Ann Arbor, its business district, its
beautiful drives, along the Huron riv-
er, and the famous boulevard. After
the drive, the party will inspect the
University Library, Alumni Memorial
hall and the building of the Michigan
Union.n
Mr. Wells asks those taking the tour
to meet on the steps of the Library at
2:30 o'clock and bring their treasur-
er's receipts with them. The route
followed will start thence from the
Natural Science driveway, up Washte-
naw avenue through the residential
sections, return to the Geddes Heights
region, tour down through the boule-
vard, continue along Main street be-
side the river, climb the summit of

the ridge at the Barton Hills Country
club, graze the shores of Barton Lake
in returning, and finish at the point of
departure.
The automobile trip is made possi-
ble through the courtesy of the Ex-
change club of this city.°The tour will
end at 4:45 o'clock in time for all to
hear Prof. A. H. White of the chemic-
al engineering department, speak at
5 o'clock in the Natural Science audi-
torium on "The Muscle Shoals Pro-
ject and Its Relation to Industry," a
lesture illustrated with motion pic-
tures.
Workmen Dig Up
Indian Treasure
Several stone jugs containing a
small sum in silver dollars, dating
from 1833 to 1900, carefully wrapped
in tobacco leaves, were uncovered by
workmen excavating on the site of the
new Enginering building yesterday
afternoon.
The men who discovere.d the jugs
believe that they are the work of In-
dians who dwelt in the neighborhood
half a century ago. The coins were in
good condition, and to all appearances
genuine.

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HE street of nameless fears-
HE secret slave market-
THE battle with the harem guards-
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