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The Wolverine, 1912-08-13

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THE YOLVEIL~

______________________ - SPOtI lE LAWS
TILE WEATHER
(Continued
Unoettled tonight. Probably of one run to tie
showers in eastern ptortion. te usual tally ir
Wednesday fair,. itt safely to start
care of Fold 0n(1 AN
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS HANS ed, butt Fox matte
Capitl....... $300.00
'-srptcs and Undivided Profis..1W,0t,5-00Uttmant, whsichlet itn
R soulices....tt . ..... ,00t(.000.00 ted. Wheat opetas
Tranactsaa Geneal B aninlgBusiness
3 pcr cent ierrespaid oSavings i e luicitore 1tuLa1aith
Your Bnosiness Solicited Morse lifted a fly
Chas. E. lseocih, tres. Miehael .J. Fritz, Ch'r Iseld Wheat ott the
W. I). flarrimuan, Vice' Pres. Carl P. Brass.
Ass. Cslh'r tin. Wate, Ass.Ush'r Sarins s lb't. rolled to the boxa
whaichafliised it.
A conmptete line of college songs- In the fifth the 1;
some of whch are: Yellow and Blue, earned run. Dellt
Varsity, Victors, College Days, always cop wtas sttfe on
to h fond t tse nivrsiy Msicadvanced ott allotl
to b fond a th Uniersty MsicJatnsen's drive. 1
House, Press tBoilding, Maynard St., passetd ball while
across from "Majestic." if then Wheat threw

i iing sawte he bridge builders cross the
WIN FAST (lAIE, finish for thse first time. B3odit- flied
-- I to left, but Fox beat out a serfect
froma cage 1j btttt to the pitcher, stole seconsd, atsd
ehasting by gettitsg stored on Stodldard's single. Cooper
a thse fourth. took flied out and Etmsmons was easy.
it. Ilake thietn took InthIle sixths the engineers kepst the
,terwsortts nas tt rristers safe, Intl bud a real lice
albad thcowv on tlauttisse of thseir owna. Waterworth strucki
toots. Kentiedy fan- auti bitt Whseat uwalked Fold. 1llalse
A the innsing for the swsallou-ed llasnatns fly. Whaeat hit
s it, taut;tiwts left. Kenisedy, but( with two ont, Del oy's
to right bitt Delloy best was a roller to Wheat.
first station. Crsaig The men frotm the archs evidetesly
tttd Blakle to secondi, etijoyedl their taste of thae scorinsg its
ishe fifth, for they camse bark in Itie
isaes got atnothter un sixtht wills three msore runss.
oy strusckot. Nor- The- judges reversed the deeisions of
Coopter's critme, anti the sixth inntiing, whliecs had dleniedl
aet- ttuff lay Fox onthetmcusthteir tusal rsst, antIsasde upt
N(l(orco tsllied os a withs two hsere. Norcotp tannaed. Jatn-
Spsikes fanstedl, ansd sets sas stile on as scratchs til whnst
outi Cools. Thsis in- the itnfielsd of thse enigineers unsitetdits
- a sot bessutifssl,conscentissted lbone-
head. Spsikses sisngled. Cools was safe
t 1 7i I lf 11)"" o afietlers chsoic e, and thsis time
AILr aig let the ball throsugha his legs
a Isis IsSpsikes scored. Morse satns Craig
L If t artially redeested Itsemselves svhetn
ERV 101C ss pretty play caughst Cools tryisig Io
steal third. Fold fanisedl,awhichi closs-d
S the meeting.

CLASSIFIED) ADS. Notice.
Tess roomsatsnds the isse of a. bath
WAM"ED rtos to reist to ss singyle gettleman 0;
ladty, itih gootd referensces its the' Ctt-
Wo~snted -Stuslena t oeorks forbasrsd stLigAatethosfrmSp.1
Uiversity Ilispital, Csthterinae Stit \asisea ts-fot ea.1
Furthser itnfosrtion obttainsed at No.
__pp__yto_______________ 21-2-3_ it6Thse Cuttin", 2nsdfloorMoisroe St.
FOR RENT entrance. ________ tf._
'oItelf.A mder si rom huseat We sell Clothsing for teascand yousng
tn. Allen's Cood Clothses Store,
909t Sylsil St.. $14.00 a mnthil. Ati- Mi tet f
dress J. It., Wolverinte, Press Bldg._____________________
if. All six e'xposusre'filmsodsevelopedl at
Foir Rent-Fise cottages. for .rent, Ilotale's Stodio for lit atdst15Icetss.
Whsitore tsake Wteidemsaist Grove. Finet antI brilliant prints tmde for 4
Adldress 312 5. tie., P'hotse li07i-J. aind 5 cents. lemetinerItse latce,
Ifit6912.9 .Libterty street, inear whsere theo
nt'estuidio is bteing built, il-lit.
'To Rent-At 1it12 C'ambridge St., a six

rooias smotderns hoiuse, oaiksfiisish,
grate, everylthing nsew. Will be
vacateid Auigust 15. $211.11 a monthl'
Address I'. IT., Thse Wots erilse, Press
tBldg. tf.
I1f1SCELLANEo tS

Spenld Saturday at Whitmsore Lake
ansd dance the eveninsg awvay at the
take Itouse. 3it censts routnd trip from
Ansn Arbor. tI.
Classified Adts., subscriptionas taken,
andt copies of thse Wolverine sold at
Cussliisgs. it-25.

QY -a "
' gwM

Detroit-Put-in-Bay
Sandusky--Cedar Point
Daylight Trips to Cleveland $1.25
Sieanr "Pni-in-Bnr" (New), Fosurithonsanid passrnger
capacity, Leiainidanciii deckniheLnkes, Coinuusiiiiuic,
Ocean steainer chaiea, Priivate paross, Csmiiutis dining
S aind lunchroomis. Fassteeliide-whel seamer "ranks E.
Kirby." Donblr daily servieinoassin oeration is Pat-in-Bar
and Ceaet Point-World-amous baithisgahs,hiitoric
Deirsirrrrr' Sandar daring Jslryad Auguit. Daily is Cleve-
land 8,10 a.,in., via Psi-ia-Bar, $1,21 rash sway.Streaser
"Psi-ia-Bar' leanvraDerrit daiyni 830 n. in. Steamer"r"Pank
E. Kirbr" Iea-esaDeritilysitr i5:10 p. is. Round trip fass
in Psi-ia-Bay, 50 creiats nweek days; Sndays 75 sasts.
ASHLEY & DUSTIN STEAMER LINE hM®
t.i«.Daaitin, G. P. Va., Deriti
"aoov
e o '~

Thcesenginee-rs again laroutghstitat
score- to awithsins one run of a tie in thseir
half of the seveth, awhen thety catme
btacks with twro ruins. The score wousltd
parobstaly have iteeta tiedl here, hadltnt
itse coachetr steit Morse hoise ossa. long
shtso for the third out. 'This iniitg,
likse the lats, shsowetd foor hits, hut 0111
of two sintgles, a double, anld triple,
thse enginseers w-ere onsly able to cttsh
tu-o scortes.
Its the eighsthsining, u-illstwoiown,
Dettoy hit suit later stole haome. Kits-
nedy sttled loutsits the enginseers'
haslf of this framse hilling off the slug-
ging diversiotn single-andated. After
allowing four hits it eaeh of tse last
tuwo innings, hte strut-k ou1 Crtaig asd
Blake titsstetl Irodie out ons a wetak
botasiter. Somet ifithse strikses calledt
Ott Illaki- wert- pirticlal, sittlaffosrded
sketptirisineat-n in Itsith ids ofsomes
of ltae'temtintatjusrists on thae sit'
titles.
The ltats littlsetlupsthte game witha
their r-guslar (silly by- soima-tice bast-
I'all.
Engineers.
AD I1it0 A.N

'Thin Underwear and Htosie ry for Strsaw Hats of thse righst sinid at the
mt-n at Alletn's Cood Clothes Store. right prices. Allen's Good Cloltes
Maisn Street. if. Store. Mai Street. if.
Tinker &Co -panmy
Furnishers and Hatters to Universily Men
342 South State Street

GRANGER'S Academy of Dancing
Summer Assemblies every Friday Evening--9 to 12
IKE FISCHER'S ORCHESTRA
/ = -1 f I
-~ ____ Vs.411

Wheat tp.. 4
horse c.. 4
Cramig....... 4
Blalse 1 .....4
Brotdie in1...4
Fox s - - -......4
Copier 2- - -.....4
Stoddard r ....4
Emmtions la ....4

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THE CHARMS OF OUR SUMMER SEAS
Spend yousevacation' en the Creot Laksi, ikenst
reconomibal andrenioyable oingeineAmerica
No nater toatloipoint yoauscant is go,se D; & C. Line Steamersteperating is
Daile serebetweern Derioit ansd Buffalo, Mar l t to Noee1 stli. Citysit
Detroit IllI0and Cite oh Clevel~and Ill, the largecstside wherl steanmers in the rsuld,
sithtiis divisiontJusecI1Oth to Septembsrtha. Daily aermicebresceen Detroit
andCleeland April15thtoDcee st. DurisulJuly aodAugusttwonhoats
otfDetroitiand Clevelanderynaturday and Sunday nighst.
Poutrsipas wekrl betseers Toledo, Detroitt Mackinac Island and scar port,.
Specsial SteannrCleeland is MackisacIhland, tworsipcasweeckly, lane 15th tso
Sepemers10th itoppinagtsnly at Detroat evere trip and Godrich, Ont., every
Specsial Day Trips brtwren Derit and Cleverland, During Jly and Asgusi
Tueaday, WedesdaeThuesday and Satsrday oatioelDetroit; Monday, Wedans
day, Thursdayad Priday eoIut fCleeland.
RAILROAD TICKETS 'AVAILABLE:-'Tinhetrading via any pail line
bretween Detpoitad Buffaloanad Detrait and Cleveland will hr honored far
iranspnrtatian an D. & C. Liar Sieams in~i either dirrciion.
Send 2 etestamorntIelluisrated Pamsphlet aedGrecat Lakaes Map.
Addresis:L.. CLreis, C. P. A., Detroit, Mici.
Philip H. McMillan, Presa. A. A. Schaetz,,GCast Mar,
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. Flub Ave. Phone 99t6-2 rings

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Sntnk'3-.
Thsree isse-hIit--lorsettaco tbase
haitsi-tBroglie, (Wseat,- so-I trssit - Nor-
cop ant 'Intsa-tisolesn bases-t.ess-
os-dy, lasiusats, Jansess, Deiloy, Whesat
ansI Stoddsatru; dosbsestkls-ttay-Water-
wsortha to Noreop to tCookst first basse
ont errosr--laws i, eli's. It bass- on
balls-ofit Wheat 2; Struttkitout-by
lihleat Ilcby- Keusedy 9; sit sy pitch-
er-by Whata, Kenniedty. ltUpir-
lMtCltsrt.
Oing to te coisrts the tennsis
smsachsts schasdutletd for tosday caisnos
he plsays I. Itis idesiretd thai entrats
meet stt lie tUnion Wednsday at 1:19
P. M.

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