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The Wolverine, 1913-07-29

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THE WOLV ERINE

a and Ifact the samie iwill be yoor
vetriciien ootry onra pair of
I Y oar newomodri shoe. Thirytiave
I ' :ill oth te style, allthtte iiodistines
b~~o~o ttiat fastiion teianiids and all ttie
a- comfort of old 'liars as writ. 'Wear
l ike iron, too, and rertain ttheir
- shapetiness to the fast. Tae a
f - -took 'tatohms.
N Headquarters for
PINGREE MADE SHOES
G!L0 S E OMANY
3 ~119 South MHain Street
WHITE STARI LINE WHIARF FOOT IOFISWOLDi
FraDelightful All Day Outing ox the beauifuli "t. C'lair Suver
r' ake tie.i ste e"i'asio" aiiy m iii iig 8:45-iina'ys :0', a re
ireisamreilay: tori t Hurnc$z2;Fla ts.or 'ia'.iork 'ic
! vee-ry., Jcrurndays, Afurar i or .(Toeo iar t rnstae r O aii"
lii o wypors aeth " ity''aTold""at2o p, pu.
a ndhtter done. Mid bright '~
nt as a dollar-quick as a flash.
TWhat's howA
wa-illI1)p von. It i>s on lcherfl, wholasomanoo
satisina drlitk.l oo00()1!bathiboady 'adlbricn.
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LITS lESlIR THIEMSELOVES LAWSN15ER tON' LAST LAP
:1:1ID COMIE BACK WITH Ill'SH. OF 'T'HEIR SUIDIER SESSION1

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I tunicrun, Seward; (frce basae hit,
MrrcFartarid; twoarse hit, Smith; base
sit brola, off Smith 2, off P'rice 3;
struck out, by Samithi 5, by Price 8; sae-
rifice htis, Pirice, Smuith, MaeFarfand,
Curtis;rumfifre, D'awsoo.
it-LawisGamne.
The fits shooed again, yesterday af-
terrnoorn, that they tire stiff in tire figiht
far tih' ieagure championsip, by de-
featinig tirefaxws 4 to 3. Netlson pitch-
ed hifs first gamre far the fits, and show-
ed toad conrcl throughout, holdirng
tire ic's to five scattered hits sod riot
talloxwirig a tors to wx ath.
Webbe r.tire law twirler, was ini good
faor, bitt did riot have sufficierot sop-
part to ward off the onslaught of the
ltferary' men, twios managed to cross
fire plarte three runes tire first ironing.
Tire grime was one of the snappiest
that hors been so far, both teams show-
ing it deicidinmprovemenot in their
fielding.
Tire nextcanoe will be held thin at-
ternoo at 4:1o'clock bettweens the
enoginetors arid the medics.
Laws
AB H R E
Kerwsin 3b ...............3 1 0 1
Cofletfe ss ...............2 1 500
Ltrbadic 2bo ..............2 1 t11
B~aumrano lb ..............2 0 0 0
ItaFir' ef .................2 0 1 0
Mattress rf .............2 0 0 0
Woebber p ...............2 0 0 0
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Riegistrantion Light, Manty Students 'Not
Renmaining For Full len
Weeks' (nurse.
Workc in the courses of the secondr
semester of the summer session in the
law department, began Muonday. Pro-
fessors fisti, Stoner arid Waite of tire
regular faculty have reformed to cors-
dutt the classes in evidence, common
few pleadinog and safes respectiely,
xvhile Professor Cockley of the fio
State University stywsschool reitl teacih
rest property.
Comparatively fesv sturdents register-
ed for tire second semester's work end
ft is prubber that the total attendance
irs the department wiii be decreased as
many of the men who enrollfed in Jrna
wilt trot remraipo for tire second half of
the sumemner's xvorkc.
White no definite announceruent has
been made as to the time when grades
ito the first semester is's examination
grades 'sift be givers out, it is probable
that the resulits may be teamned before
abe end of the week. Professor fBunk-
cc leaves for the East, Wtednesday
night, so it is expected that grades in
his courses 'sift be available shoot
Tihursday. Professor Drske xiii start
for Lakeside withrin a few days ansd
ciii iheve finished his reports before
heaving.
Dean Bates xwiil be in toxvn atll 'eek,
starting on his vacation next Monoday.
At the secretary's office yesterday no
definite information couid be had as to
the time when the grades in constituo-
tionsi lsw would be ready.
DIRECTORY OF SUMMER
SCHOOL STUDENTS
Names in this directory are taken
from the records in the offices of the
secretaries of the various departments,
and contain the same errors. tf no
phone number iras been placed on the
enrofiment card, none is shown here,
but that does not preciude there -being
a phone in the house; catll the chief
operator and teii her what house you
want,
Wiebe, Wiltliam, fit. Wisner, Neb.
Wilcox, Mdadge E., grad, 900 Oakland.
Ludington, Much, 269-J.
Wild, Erwin K., fit, 442 S. 4th. Ann
Arbor. 569-t.
Wilgus, Horace E., fit, 1547 Washte-

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Which, BethairM:., fit, 5Sf4 IE. Liberty.
Dayton, t0.147t-J.
Wiroes iced C., Jr., grai, 435 . tUni-
versity. Kalamroaoo. 1283-.,
Wing, JeffersonroT,', Jr., fit, 238 S.
Wintetr Egirrt, groi. Sring iLake,
Wisruer, Otto G., ilaw, 6858Pacrkard.
Basy ity. l1597-L.
Wisner, Haroldr H., fit, 70 Arbor. An
Arbor. 1043-,
Wlitticr,iRoy, lit, 323 Thorpson. 'Elk-
hsart, tn. 805-.
"Witel, Mabe iE. fit, 6335S. tIngas
Wolovr, Horn S., law; C7331 S. Strife
Owtosso, Miin. 387.
\Vober, Jos. G., lit, St. TJames H ote.
tDetroit. 1972.
'olof, Itobert ., eng. 630 5. 12tir.
Hilsaloe, Mihi. 1292-J.
Wood, Barrton Di., 0eng, tit Crnrwxeii Pli
Mierced, Coo.211.
Wood, iBenjamina i., eng, 41 iE,. Uni-
versity Wocot, N.'. 478-Ta
Wood, Fraink A,.lit, 1020 S. tUniversity
Hirbbarrstow'r, Si. 904-I,
Wood, laroid F., fit, 602 Moore. Coe-
rish, hMichr. 799-fL,
Wrood, Wiliamt C., fort. Ameda, Ca.
Woodburn, Janet, Sch. of Mus, 211
Geddes. 153-,.
WXoodford, Oive i., grad, 917 Monroe,
Cleveland, 0. 614-L.
Woodiose, Genn A, rug, Camp 13o-
gardus. tomstock, Mici.
Woodring, iiarry . fit. Crry, Po.
Wo'odw'ard, Bleatrce, uit, 402 S. Oh'
servatory. fPort iHuron, SMic..
Woral, loases S., grad,513 hop-
son. iDelaware, 0. 1204-.
Wortih, Clarence B., eng, 220 . Ir-
gaffs. tianover, Sun. 1017-.
Wrigiht, HEdgar M., lax, 1003 E. tUni-
versity. Logan, Utahi. 1359-b,
Wright. Frantk A., fas, 910 Conweil
Pl. Lewistorn, MStnk39,
Wright, Fred 1., law. Mineipois,
Mtinn.
Wright, IMrray S., eng. Fergus Fals,
Mirro.
Wykke, bra J., eg, Crimp iBogrdus.
Kafamaoo, Sch.
Wrigley, Abby L., grad, 21 S. Igalsi.
Freonrt, 0. 413-i.
Yasmadat, Tartorroo, fit, 1191 N. Tiayer.
Sendai, Japan. 71-.
Yasoharo, Ichiro, lt, 685tlif. Japar.
1823-,
Terns, Peter ., eng, 1020 S. 'Uriver-
sity. Mcheter, N. Y. 904-I,
Ten, Fang, eng, 110 N. ngstlis. Hu-
cbs's, China. 99-.
Yerger, :Edwin M., lax, 1008 Cornwel
Pt, Memphis, Tnn. 1780.
Tu, Wu Wei, lit,1021 Caterie. Hun-
an, China. 964-J.
Tokorn, Merie C., grad, 114 5, Ingis.
Dletroit. 1.722-.
Turk, ba, lit. .Dtroit.
Tourng, Pilara, litu224 .Thayr. ron-
ton, 0 463-J.
Toung, George F., 'tg, 721 . tIngals
Mic~iniey, Tae of :Purs, Wst It-
dies. 1444-I.
Young, Qua-finog, eng, 1209 5S. tUniver-
ity. Sbanrghai, Chin. 1552-.,
Tounngs, bynno J., grad, 1211 Prospef.
Ann Arbor.
Totems, Messef ., grad sp, 432 S. Di-
vision. Bolflarid, Mich. 1809-.
Zewadski, Guy TB., laxw, 915 Okand,
Ocaa, Fs. 55.
Zieger, Charles M., eng, Camp ogar-
dos. Saginaw Mich.
Zion, Frederick, W, eng, tamp o-
gardus. Galiesburg, Micr,
Zur Mashfon, Enmma F., lit, t06 1th
Grand Rapids. 1225-TL.

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Alarm Clocks Conklin Fountain Pens
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Telephone 534 308 South State Street
OF' THE
1111 rsty £ i f chigal
IN NOW READY
Complete Information concerning seven departments:
Collegiate, Engineering, Medicine,
Law, Pharmacy, Homeopathy,
Dentistry and the Graduate Depart-
ment and the Summer Session.
Special Courses in Forestry, Newspaper
Work, Landscape Design, Higher Commercial
Education, including Railway Administration
and Insurance, Architecture, Conservation
Engineering, Pedagogy (affiliated with Ann
Arbor Schools for Observation Study), and a
course toe those preparing for fhe scientific
administration of departments of sanitation
anti rublic health.
IFor C-p~y of Catalogue, Special Announcement, or
Individual Information, address
/Secretary University ANN AR B OR

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17 4 4 3
Game log innings. 123
has.............2 1 0 0 0-3
kits ........,........3 01 00-4
Twco boise hilt, Pontius; doutble play,
Bhaumarnn to Labadie; struck out by
nelsono 4, by Webber 2; sacrifice hit,
Htyoanes; umpnire Dimuisky.
JOHN)11MA ILRE Iti CAP'SIZEiS

IN 4,111,130 T ON WTIITMOfRE. nate. Ann Arbor. 651.
Wifgus, Waiter, law, 1547 Washtenaw.
tCaughrt ins a sundden squali, John 651.
Mlbeitrt sanod two companions, alf Wiiliams, Aden F., lit, 702 5S.CUniver-
of Ann Arbor, capsized as they were sity. bittle Rock, Ark. 63.
attempnuting to cross Whitmrnoe bake Wiliiams, Alfred 0., eng, 1408 Wash-
inn a smnalh sailboat, Sunday afternoon. tenaxw. Ann Arbor. 343,
The waves were running high where Wifliams, Charles F.,5586 5. State.
they port off front shore, but they ex- Owosso, Mich. 18.
prected ho eans the hotel dock before Wiliiams, Chare M., eng, 710 S. 12th.
the storm broke, Aul clung to the Williamston, Mich. 1569-b.
bnoat innS sere taken from the water Wiilfiams, Edgar ME., lit, 1437 Washte-
a few minrutes satem by John Dieterle, nawv. Akron, 0. 319.
'14, whro hurried to their assistance Wiliaims, George H., eng, 604 N. Jet-
inn or large haunch. ferson. Detroit. 349-b.
Williams, George b., eng, 517 E. Aun.
Gail 15 for baggage checked from Buffafo, N. T. 294-b.
house to destination. tf. Wilson, lames B., grad, 444 5. State.
______________- Pittsburg, Pa. 937.
U'hrs are canted for the Men Greet Wilson, lames P., law. Dickson City,
shoe's our July 31. Students xwishring to Pa.
traier apply to Mr. Hollands in the j Wilner, George D., lit, 116 N. Stafe.
baseenrt of the general library., I Plymouth, Pa. 183-L.

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