T H E W O L V E R I N E
LILT WOMEN HAVE NARROW Guila H. Hickman, '16, of 236 S. Thay-
ESCAPE IN TRAIN WRECK. er St., was reported injured. Miss
---Hickman has notified her family, how-
Narrowly escaping injury, four wom- ever, that her injuries were but slight
en of the lit department had an excit- and that all members of the party
ing experience Saturday when the I have been able to go on with their
work. Among the other members of
train in which they were traveling to the party were Mabel M. Bradshaw,
the scene of their summer's work, was Leona Rummel and Mabel B. Good-
wrecked near Jericho, Tenn. The en- fellow. All of the girls are enrolled
gineer and conductor were killed and is the lit department.
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PROMOTIONS GIVEN TO Ie
MEMBERS OF THE FACULTY'.
Board of Regents at Its Last Meetingt
Announces Its Annual t
Promotions in the faculty were
nade by the board of regents at its1
last meeting. They are as follows:f
C. L. Meader was made professor of
Sanskrit, Latin and general linguistics,t
instructors R. W. Sellars and D. H.
Parker, advanced to assistant profes-
sors in philosophy, E. D. Jones to1
professor of commerce and industry,
J. L. Sharfman to junior professor of
political economy for one year, W.
H. Hamilton, assistant professor of'
political economy, Dr. G. W. Downe,
assistant professor, for one year, as-
sistant professor T. W. Rankin to
junior professor of rhetoric, C. P.
Wagner to junior professor of Spanish,
and French, E. L. Adams, assistant
professor in engineering, W. H. Wait,
professor in the engineering depart-
ment, Peter Field to junior professor
of mathematics, A. F. Greiner, assist-
ant professor of mechanical engineer-
ing, F. B. Bailey, professor of electri-
cal engineering and A. H. Lovett, of
the same department, was made as-
Wolverine Will Not Play Gophers.
Michigan will not meet Minnesota on'
the gridiron this fall according to au-
thentic information,for the date reserv-
ed by the Gophers for the Wolverines
has been given to North Dakota. The
only available date would have been
October 25, and while this was held
open for some time it was finally dis-
posed of, thus closing up Minnesota's 4
On account of the Fourth of July
the business staff oh The Wolverine
will not hold office hours until Monday,
July 7. The business office will then I
be olen daily from 1:00 to 2:30 p. m.
A NNUAL TRAVEL MAGAZINE.
"Waterway Tales" Published by D.& C.
Line, Sent to You Free.
The latest contribution to the litera-
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issued by the D. & C. Line. It contains
detailed description of new steamer
City of Detroit I11, several interesting
stories and is beautifully illustrated
with fine halftones of scenes along the
D. & C. Coast Line to Mackinac. Sent
anywhere upon receipt of ten cents to
Address: Dept. W. D. & C. Naviga-
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Soaps and toilet preparations at the
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The historic north wing of Universi- of The Wolverine to complete their
ty h-aII will have its name changed it files can obtain the same by calling at
the board of regents sees fit to grant the Press building during office hours.
the request of the Daughters of the
American Revolution. This society We have a few Commencement num-
has sent a communication to the re- hers of The Wolverine remaining.
gents calling attention to the fact that These extra copies can be had for five
this part of the old building was form- cents per copy.
erly known as Mason hall and was -heWO _ERNE___ pu__ h_
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of Michigan. "Lost and Found" column. Use it. A
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Feou trips weebly betwee Teledo, Otroit, Mackin::nIsland and way ports. Ten
Day Stopover allowed at Alpena either direction on tourist tickets without additional
cost. Daily service between Toledo, Cleveland and Put-in-Bay.
Special Steamer Cleveland to Mackinac Island, two trips weekly, June 15th to
September 0th stopping only at Detroit every trip and Goderich, Ont., every Monday
up-bound and Saturday down-bound.
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Tuesday, WedneFday, Thursday and Saturday out of Detroit; Monday, Wednesday,
Thursday sod leriday-out of Cleveland.
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