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The Wolverine, 1912-07-25

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THE W OL VuAIRINE

ANOTHER ('OMPLAINS OFi DANt'ES. BASERLL MEINI ON)AY.
MUST CUT SPEED ON :-
Writer Suiys Union Should Veto lis. All Prospective Players to Meet at the
DEAD MAN'S CURVE graceful Spectacles. Union at Four O'clock,
Editor The Wolverine: All baseball teams desiring to par-
Michigan Cetral Ordered to Ran The -articles in Tuesday's issue, in ticipate in a series of games for the
'rains Slowek Nea Whitore regard to the questionable dancing championship of the summer session,
last Friday evening at the Union have are requested to be represented at a
met with wide spread approval, Per- meeting which will be held at the
The Michigan Central railroad has haps further remarks are unnecessary, Union next Monday at four o'clock.
been ordered to cut down the speed but one phase of the subject in par- At this time a schedule will be
of all its west-bound trains to 35 ticular appeals to me. The Michigan drawn up, and a committee appointed
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miles an hour when passing "Dead Union stands for all that is best and
highest in the social life of the col-
lege. We must not accept as its
road. For a number of years this standard the one set up by a handful
road has been a favorite promenade of people who, are not representative
of students, and nearly one student a Michigan students. The Union has
year has been killed at this point. only to put its veto on these disgrace-
ful spectacles in order to banish them
Trains from the west are hidden from college functions. This would
by the curve; and although there is be a service to all concerned; for the
an electric signal bell on the crossing, so-called dances have not a single ex-
it sounds. a warning too late to allow cuse for existence, unless indeed, to
vehicles to get across. Experiments attract most undesirable attention to
conducted here yesterday under the the participants.
direction of Chairman Glasgow of the Alumnus.
street railroad commission, developed
the fact that it required only 16 sec- SLIGHT FIRE %T IOSPITAL
onds for a fast train to reach the eros- ('b jITSES LIILEIAL
sing after the bell began to sound.
Under the new ruling 32 seconds will
elapse froh the time the bell begins Shortly before 3 o'clock on Tuesday
to sound until the train reaches the afternoon a small blaze was discov-
crossing. ered at the university hospital, caused
by an overheated garbage crematory
setting fire to a wooden partition. The
PROFESSOR CONANT WELL damage was slight, as the attendants
REMRAIN FOR SEC'OND TERMHextinguished the flames before any
headway was made.
Prof. C. E. Conant, who has been
teaching the course in real property New Football Material.
during the first term of the law de - o
partment summer session, will remain Saturday at 11 a. m., Norton Mc
for the second term and teach crimin-! Giffin, senior law from Washington,
al law, taking the place of Prof. George Pa., became the proud father of a fine
L. Clark, who has resigned to enter boy. Both child and mother are doing
husiness in Baltimore, well. From the smile on "Mac's" face
After finishing his summer's teach- he seems to be doing well also.
ing here, Prof. Conant, accompanied Robert N. White, another senior law
by Mrs. Conant, will leave for an ex- from New Castle, Pa., also became an
tended eatsern pleasure trip, visiting' admiring father a short time ago.
the former's Harvard classmates in Young Mr. White will be known as
Boston, and continuing to Prof. Con- Jack White to the end of the chapter.
ant's boyhood home in New Hamp- There will be much comparing sons in
shire. They will return to Lincoln a few days. Speaks rather well -for
in time for the opening of the Univer-, Old Pennsy-two senior laws and
sity of Nebraska law school, where each a son-Hey you lits and engi-
Prof. Conant will resume his teaching. neers take note.

GRANGER'S Academy of Dancing
SVM MER. AS SEMB LIES begfi n
FFRIDAY EVENING, JULY 12TH

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o ave general supervision over the
handling of the games, including the
assignment of umpires. The Wolver-
ine has agreed to score all the games,
and will publish the official score and
a detailed story of all games played
i this series.
The purpose of the proposed com-
mittee is not to exercise any authority
over the different teams or clubs but
is intended merely as a convenience
in getting the different groups togeth-
er. There will be no rules of eligibil-
ity other than attendance in the sum-
jner session, and each team may have
as many men on its roster as it needs.
Any men interested in the sport are
urged to attend Monday's meeting,
whether they have organized a team
or not. The idea is to get the men all
together. In the matter of teams,
there is no limit to the number from
each department or class.
This afternoon at four o'clock the
lits and engineers are scheduled for
another practice game. The inhabi-
tants of the arch had the best of a
hard fought battle last week, but rain
limited the hostilities to four innings.
The lits are out for revenge, claiming
their opponents will be shown infer-
ior on the full route.
We sell Clothing for men and young
msen. Allen's Good Clothes Store,
Main Street. tf.
Thin Underwear and Hosiery for
men at Allen's Good Clothes Store.
Main Street. tf.
Lost-Waterman self-filling fountain
pen. Return to 721 Forest Ave., or
call 526-L. 12-13.
Have the BEST MUSIC ni your own
home. The VICTOR VICTROLA furn-
shes the best the country affords. The
University Music House, Press Build-
ing, Maynard St., Carries a complete
line of machines and records. 6-11
Classified Ads., subscriptions taken,
and copies of the Wolverine sold at
Cushings. 6-25.
Spend Saturday at Whitmore Lake
and dance the evening away at the
Lake House. 30 cents round trip from
Ann Arbor. tf
Sitting beside sweet K. T.,
Holding her hands was K. C.,
Then he looked in her s,
But by this time you're Y's-
U. C. K. C. loved K. T.-then they
lunched after the dance at Tuttles',
338 S. State,
Straw Hats of the right kind at the
right prices. Allen's Good Clothes
Store. Main Street. tf.
Home Tea Room.
Miss East, proprietor of the Home
Tea Room, 109 East Washington,
wishes to announce to the summer
students and faculty that she is pre-
pared to cater to small parties, and
that she serves lunches and dinners
at regular hours. There is no better
service in the city. 109 E. Washing-
ton. Upstairs. 10-15.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capita s......... ...........35,tto.es
Surplus ainCndivided Prfits. 555,50(Ro
Resources...... . .......... ....,000,000.00
Transacts a General Banking Business
3 per cent interest paid on Savings Deposits
Your Business Solicited
CIas. B. Hiscoc, Pres. iliclael J. Fritz, Csh'r
W. D. Harriman Vice Pres. Carl F. Braun,
Ass. Csh'r W. tWalz, Ass.Csh'r Savings Dep't.
Cousins & Hall
FLORISTS
Corner of So. Universty and Twelfth
Both Phones I115

Tinker & Company
Furnishers and Hatlers to University Men
342 South State Street
iTEAM ER
n " ERVICE
Sandusky-Cedar Point
Daylight Trips to Cleveland $1.25
Steamer "Put-in-Bay" (New), Four thousand passenger
capaciy, Lresetdaning deebeontbe LbesCoennousnusic
Oceanteamereehairs, Prevateprlr. Coodieous dining
aed luncsh reem.eFaseeside-wheel steamer"Frank E.
Kirby"D ouble daiy srvie er noiwoperiosnn PutinBa
and Cedar Point-World-famous bathing beaches, historic
iaesdtieueamoth hoels.l S ec al tripustCerP Feint from
* DeroisSeerySunday dnring Julyuand August.Diltlee-
ld8:a. i., viu Put-in-Bay. $1.25 rekchwy. Steamer
Pt-iBay"leave rrnit dailyat 8:30 a .. Streer "Frank
E. Kirby' leaves Detroit daily at 5:00 p. m. Reund trip fare
toPut-in-Bay, 50 cents on week days;Sundays75 cents,
ASHLEY & DUSTIN STEAMER LINE
O.S.Dustin, G. P. A., Detroit
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THE CHARMS OF OUR SUMMER SEAS .
Spend your vaca ion on the Great Lakes, the most
economc andenjoyableu nAiieninAerica
WHERE YOU CAN GO
Noratr to what point you want to go, use D. & C. Line Steamers operating to
all inmportunt eerie.
Daily service between Detroit and Buffalo, May 1st to November st. Cty of
Detroit Ill and City of Cleveland III, the large-t side wheel steamers in ther wrld,
on tl is division June 10th to September 10th. Dai'y service between Detroit
and Cleveland Acr'l 15th to December 1st. During July and August two boats
out of Detroit and Cleveland every Saturday aundaSuny night.
Fourctrips weekly between Toledo, Detroit, Mackinac Islandand way ports.
Daily service between Toledo, ( levelandand Put-in-Bay.
Special SteamerCleveland to Mackinac Island, two trips weekly. June 15th to
September 10th stopping only at Detroit every trip and Goderich, Ont., every
other trip.
Special Day Trips between Detroiteand Cleveland, During July and August
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday andSaturday out of Detroit; Mornday, Wednes-
day, Thursday and Friday out of Cleveland.
RAILROAD TICKETS AVAILABLE:-Tickets reading via any rail line
between Detroit and Buffalo ad Detroit and Cleveland will be honored for
transportation on D. & C. Line Steamers in either direction.
Send 2 cent stamp for Illustrated Pamphlet and Great Lakes Map.
Address: L. G. Lewis, G. P. A., Detroit, Mich.
Philip H. McMillan, Pres. A. A. Schantz, Gen'l Mgr.
Detroit & Cleveland Navigation Company
The Ann Arbor
FRED C. WEINBERG, Proprietor
OPEN EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
9:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M.
For Ladies and Gentlemen. Tuesday and Friday fore-
noons for ladies only.
The Pool is Fed with Cool Spring Water
725 S. Fifth Ave. Phone 996-2 rings

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