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of his death ou the following Thurs- from the toy manufactured who sent
day. it along to . show ihis appreciation.r
Seitz, whose spinal injuries were aTe ticker Is no simple ffair. With
not at first expected to prove fatal, h c n mM

SCOTT TO WED;

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fhow lV ater Pro ves F.t a1
Sitz, '26111, and J. B.
D~ewey, 125E'
M)D AT SAME
A.T WHllTMQ0RE LAM,

was taken to the University hospital
and showed improverient for several
days following. Monday his condition'
assumed a grave aspect and his death
Wednesday was expected when it oc-
curred.
Tricky Timepiece'
Is Gift To 'Yost!

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two hands it shows the time, two

WELL U1L I 1 U1 LUiIUI L
mor^ hands catch runners as they
ress the tape, the othpr two to keep P
tab on---Prof. Fred Newton Scott, head of the
The ticker is complicated to a fault, department of rhetoric and journal-
Press one button and one h'and stops, ism, and Miss Georgia Jackson are
press another and 'a second stops, }to be married Sunday at-the home of
touch a third and the first hand catch- Mrs. Joyce Kilmare i Larchmont, N.
es the second at a single jump. There Y. Immediately following the cere-
F°e other contrivances too numierous monies they willsail on the Mauretania
to mention. The company sending the from New York to spend a, year tour-
watch, it is rumored, has sent a fifty- ing Europe. They plan to spend the
five page book of instructions, and if greater part of the time in England,
necessary will send a man here from F'rance,# Spain, Italy and Egypt.
tihe East to teach the coach how to IMiss Jackson has been a member of
handle the thdker in-good and stormy the editorial staff o the Literary Di-
weather. I gest for some years. During the past

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year she has been in Ann Arbor as- at the state-wide health expo
sisting Professor Scott in the prepar- now being held in Detroit.
ation of a book on English usage. Several booths showing v
phases of health work and k
University In Health Exposition activity in University depari
The University was represented composed the exhibits.
TODAY and TOMORROW
BRYANT WASHBURN in "HUNGRY H EARTS"
SUNDAY
COLLEEN MOORE in "THE 'INElY AND NINE"

harles 11. Seitz, '26M, of WillougIh-
O., died early Wednesday morn--
in the University hospital from a
tured spipe sustained when' he
e into shallow water at Whitmore
-e, Sunday, June 3, this being the
)nd student fatality that has oc-
ed at Whitmore Lake during the
three weeks. Joseph 13. Dewey,
Sof Monroe, died Junie 7 in St.
ph's Mercy hospital froma broken
k which he received on the Tues-
following Seitz' accident, the sec-
accident occurring on the identic-
cene of the first.
ccordling to othe'r ;bathers who
e present at the time of the second
dent, Dewey, who is said to have
an expert swimmer and diver"
attempting to show the other
nbers of the swimming party just
Seitz should have made the dive
i the chute into the shallow wat-
striking his head upon the bottom:
breaking his neck. He was rush-
to St. Joseph's hospital where he
in a state of coma until the time,

Coach Fielding H.. Yost is possessed
of a brand new watch, a six hundred!
ticker!
Along last winter when the snows
Neere deep upon, the grounds a certain,
toy manufacturer conceived the idea
t IMakinig an in'door' game for kid-
d s wkich would give them all ,the
thrills of real football and incidental-
y instruct them in the arts of the
game,. Coach Yost's services were
employed, in order to make the game
authentic, and the mentor gave his
time free, declaring that he was gladl
to help in anything that would teach
tie youuger generations the arts of
the gridiron..
But the watch-it came recently

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