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AT YOUR DOOR THREE* THE ONLY OFFICIAL
EVENINGS A WEEK, 75c SUMMER PUBLICATION
Vol IV. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1913. No. 18

LA S STILL LEAD p ' IXGL yaSI.
IN PENNANT RACE, Biing with terotwoee of the
Mledics Anc Crushed by Ba~rristersin Its wcho wereentesred its the state'
C'ole Contesl, Featured by golf tournamnt at Sagintaw last week
pitching. - hare returned to Ainn Arbor wills
msany tales of holes msado under
('ONF1}NII OFNI'4W 1IA111)NSHIIP, "bogey." While wseifegon honors in
---the clhamponship event the university
Dy defeating the osedics, 4-2 yester- Jit tunlok their share of the prizes.
day afternooo, the laws increased their Itairine'-buery, '13L, citnitie the rue
lead in the sunmrer school baoeball it the seesnd fllght attd lest. C. S.
league. The gamne resolved itself into Gerry captturing tite ofthtie trtopities its
a pitchers' battle between Barringer tatother roundtil.
and Clay, each of whom allowed 5 lists, -- - ®_
best thse tall barrister proved hest when SUGOESSEUL TT GOPLETD
hits meant runs. Tbe lasa buttched
4 hits for as mny runs inth4hin ATLGL EE T1
ping, w ihwsenough t i.Man-
agesr Rosenthal nmade a wise moses
whieni leesent in Wright tIstbat for A lo'tisfus d'in 'nit er~cil9 .lst
Towney, as the fornser singled and Prov's its EJfatiie ht in laeng
snored Baunsan with the laws' secosid 1hrxernseni.

OR AKH ~ '1') 1W l. l 6I('IIIth1 A lII 1 Is'1. ' L LL G E T S
IG E I ichard W. Grtemte,solietr of for- A E IC N RIE
stituttionalist armty of Mexico, theoo-a
F.J I uts 1 5 lilis Sc'ribetsDI. piers it the county juil ttLos ll oi I lis'5 1ins H ighlest
ifwsissisreil iiliHoUPoliticail (dam- Anigeles, te Californila, wchere' isois pro- hiills i W riter-Wit.
ofiss iiEastcern ('ity, Itarintg a msessasge to Presidenit 'Wilsoni llotltitlst,
- ist shich lie cwiiidesndilthat tthseUnit-_
A'I"i'AC'li111.1.1) [NJUS'rIFIlhALEi'd States intler'etne its fMexico. 111S t lh''II'i4t.S1W' T 'I'ltIN'ES'l'
- - Gthetue claints to be a graidutti of

F. A.1Chutrchti'14, is artst tic sa I itt' Universtty usftMiciganis, btthIis

sttr ctten'ter tttr tastretitotis 1liolitiral
use itslUrandtord I. swchere Ito is set-
ias. cilye eitor of thit' Bradford Era.
'lie eommisisonsfortttof goversnment
htts lieeni recentlyittstitted itithat
city santd a I liti ttiilteac'il tas boost
thte resut'. .11' oe Sisene ir Il. De
Colio r is heatdtngst'e city halt factisit
wclii iwsishes lto retains its tiwtrs'un-
tier Is'eitewtord'ier of thinsig. The
ei>~dni it i's has beetscontductting a
strawtb tlisot toii'ti'rmti iin 'he4 moist.
popuilit' canitiidatesu for ipositiosis osi
the' city ciutil u tnder thi' sieis otit

namie is among those missing from tse
genitat caetalogne of the tuniversity,
either to a graduate or as osno who
has atteiided the university.
POLISH SOCIETY ACTIVE
IN LIVE EXTENSION WORK
Iets ritForeign diertising Bousndlft
Increase Pea'centsige sitI Fireign
iStudents.

The gamie was one of the fastest asnd
most interestinig of the schedule. As
Ypsi plays here tonmorrow, the regular
game has beeti postponed. Today's
game will be bet wes the esigineers
asnd miedicn.

Medico .
Curler, c ........ 3 0
Blabs, lb ....... 311
Smith, ef ....,... 1 1
Jackos if ..... 3 0
Harrington,.21) .. 2 0
Rtybach, is ...... 2 0
Thrum, 3b ...... 2 0
Clay, p ......2 10
Mobs', rf ....... 2 0
20 2
Kervin, lb ...... 3, 0
MclFie, lb ........ 3 0
Liggett, if ...,... 2 0
Labadie, so ..... 2 1
Biauman, c ...... 2 1
Murphy, lb ..... 2 0
Kelley, rf ...... 1 1
Towney, of ..... 1 0
Wright, of ...... 1 1
Parrisiger, p .... 1 0
18 4
Gatos by innings:
Medies 1
Lawis ...............0

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Michigain's cwiteless stationi iats5in tmissioti '~oeeriasi'oilawi. iffourts thttare uncw beinig put
comnsssicationi cithtihlut of the Isti- .tay or tD' totir, int a ricenit teeth by thi' 'olastia society cwiii
vocslly of North Datklota, t iUraitilspelt et i ite outcciii secvoral grtaft dotibtless gretely increiase thoeituti-
Fors, for eight itotirs, Staturdaty' t sir -:s, attd the' tmosi emphiltic of hircoittlishistuidents initheutivcers-
siigltt, ducitig a test of atparatussa- lthe is is th st esiwotrt daily slate- sity,nextiat or. Plasarei' beisig miitde
n red on by it. S. Shepipard, of teetut of thti'rafv'ti oe cchict is to be tiot osnly to brisig itore studients here
deplartitenit:of de.crictaleniti eetingt0,Ipiibiishednet ek i'5otvort'htich's but 'to niake Michigasi a centeir of
and Georeit. Norris, 131.otporator. timtts tfy editos',cwiii be tampiered edutcatissi for the Polish race tand as
The experisment wastOvtry outc00ssfttul ih.id tutvotta forcertuain liar-ian aidto to httesol aclub hstise to be
antI procied the apipairatuis miiiin i ties, tltoiat' nt agreetible ts the the reeler of itir aetivities is to be
thi' unicecsity labortitories to i)e 'Si i.Eri, cw'i libethtrown isintshlt wa sole biiit.
cietit, ad atb let'f 'isorki-tisindeir his.i Aci.Itcotrting to IRoin F. Glsocheski,
lush tetioti. rliii atissusi of thie'Erat,tcotitaintip esidenitofittheii'societyit catmhpaign'
Thiscesults of tti' i e rretcsit. atwhio cotilusniteuitorial, thi'iossit- is tots' tnder way1 as t resuttleof cwhich
weece rororted th ithe other otid by in,,-'thit'Mauyor tsr his unijusstifitable at- it is hiopesd that a site for thi'ene'
'rot. 'hTylor, of the Nortlshiua a thkoi ls'tetsew ity' editor, atdsehd- eltb house will be hprocsiced next
stiseol, asid tefhis heiltd hackhis Annsi s titlist,,a. ptblicitreheactihots by'hinttetir, uand ccorke osi theshotise itsclf
Arhuc. 'The fists lasted ftom8s00 liof hitstatemetis heiha stadi'. icillsttirt itt 1915.If tue tnmbec of
o'cluck Satutrday eceits' stsntil t4:0113 fCturehi lita pe'oatiein iscollege ,'olish stidetits its the uniivecsity sext
nt els Ihi'eis'ex 'ortitsa sit. 11ehi's to b hsie nest yeaticccicswarcant it, a tetmphocary
antd Notris sit sets ii to Detliiiclotliii.,c'titus ofs he'I ;el. iiilsoeletto' , tiie iiot .alui-
day'. i i i Daitily, tiidl iacsiportinug edi- otitiots ciii be hut ott ti workinughbasis
Arranigemots ale'belig madehoat orsof GtheIWolvirisie tist year. IBe!I cithiositdelay.
'he hreseitt tine to secuenri''I icetse is ai missbir of thei local cihpter of For sonme tuime thc society hsas hieet
Cor the unic eraity satiioniby ceit igtuasPIleltti Chi, she jour'naltistic fra- runisngsinotices in P'olish tiecoshap-
it will be registeried ofirially allth!still ternity'. ers, gliig thie atddresses of a sttident
hi' assignled a definitei w'tie lhi sytis ini 'ach sepasrtmen'st of the tUniversity
with which to cwor. .1stattemupf twill l'ri' ussoyipel Ittices 'Trllsto titlorade to cihosts prospec tive studentsinitenid-
heme suto1 secre enosughi eommsereialI in(, to esnter that dehpactmsent miighat
business for she local sttiloinf ito ihae ProfessottE.i. Camispbell, diretor ccrite for infornmationi. Grest success
it eligible for at cossisercitallicentse. ofiith'echem~ieal laboratory, left for hias attended this plattasidti luarge
If thsis tails it ciltie' regisliredIettt oteitsta h'iists ilnumi ~iisisber01ofsudensts tee exptected. The
as ea aistattie or experimetital sta- s1.endiihisevctiionu. Be will retursn internautionali seope of the casmpaign
tio, in either of wshich eases it cciii ioiMimi Arbor tibut the miiddle of is indicaeted by the receipit of a letter
reeeiv-e a ranige of wave lenigitsshotve fit'ttet. from a younsg lady graduate of a wcell
or beloct' the c ommercial, asid the kniownsitussianunsiversity, who hsad
sep fiswol ilb lmtdiO reid the notice of the Polish society
cordinsgly. 'f StE WETHIIEICTMAX itthier honielisper. She wvilh enter
S, ihie smedical ihepartmnt next fall.

t
'I

Is - ussi Ii howell u-us chIosesi
by 'hT 1'. 1'Ranutkinias the greatest
Ai'iicttitmaissofhl'tters y'estertdty
tiftesrtoots. "At Dinug Arthur's Rtoussd
'Table," hei'stidi, ''litti're 'wasthalays a
vcti sist feerelseinder of the hI-ohy
Gestil. ltimt sist is still vaanut aI
ste 'steritimRIonds'Table of letters
hut Lowiseli hitassuoeisearer 1o it thtans
stiltother'.''
In itk iin hestanid for Lowcelh.
'sot. hRankint ssitdthitt is' expectedh to
miteit thtoset iiwho isagreedh, "btlt it is
moisitelresinug to heisiagrseeidcwith,"
hst tdtd.i "Loweill," lhe' suoted, "is
ti erietltl foutifai of highmnsded
good semis', tusd it is hig h sminded
goodisesile'iciilol sauvi' America at
lasts." Atuui-f otheir iuallities Lowehl'
itati eticsci itoisess rythmiic genitts,
tutu utuutesintellehot, a prfunosod imiagi-
usution, anth a comprtuehuensiv'euder-
standsinug.
'Thtoetry anmiiirose of Lowcelh were
conusidere inc uinulg she politicaleso-
oty's, 1humuotus writinigs stud lerary
triftcsits. ' hotoel's poetry,", said
tilt Oltikteir, 'is nt great but it is fusll
hut ittastiniis ansmtaurtlinig lisues." It
4. us ahocinmuoi tse whole to ho too
isuisi give'muto ostirs'anti too evidesitly
wit n tuufor ta hutrtirultar purpose. It
wasu saud to bse musselsqutoed, howsever:
''thu'e tinuot readu antything of
h~ouceli's,''hets' sit, "''hout being the
hi ~ e itotic it.I"i a paturiot, teach-
u'r, andul tilesousui ''hi'wsetoo omuch
ti practticail matnt,'saidi hrof. Itankhin
"for lust etcliptse01 self schich makes
lt'e guestpoot."
"Its l prose etle hue was picture-
sqiut',triash, amhnd ichly suggestive"
stud thesptetuker; bust on the other
huanidlle wus sh loswnto ha "overlani-
gusuged.'" "lthiough ineurably pedan-
tie,"' itwus us aii,"hue sasscleanly due
evils of ipedlantry.Nut mitsuieveruwrote
wit mii uore dircestumid leas desire
fon footlighut raise."
lIn his citlical writinug Loswell was
ahuown iii umany cases to have wrnitten

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betuter criticinma thain the acorks
ushlichhe criticised. isn all of his
writinigs 'not.,itankin considered hint

Left on buses, laws 5, medics 5; first
basie on errors, huws 1, msedics 1' two
buss hits, Thrusm, Baumans; struck one
by Clay 7, by Barninger 0; base 051
balus, off Clay 2, off Barringer 2; pass-
ed bulls, Curler, Baunman; wilhd pitch,
Barringer; hit by pitcher, by Chay,j
Barringer.
'h1d MARbIEhS SCHlOOL OF
MUSt'ChRADUATE MONDAY.
Dsn the silver anniversary of this
wedding ohfSMr. and Mr~s. George P.
Whaley, 1200 Wells strest, their
daughter, Miss Ruby E. Whalsy was
snarried to Walter C. Pomeroy, 'ION.
The weddiog took place yesterday at-
ternsoon at 2:00 o'clock at this homse of
the bride, 1Rev. Franke B. 'Bachelor offi-
cisting.
M~r. lPomeroy is at presesut. hydraulic
engineer for the Canudens Water Wheel
works at Camuden, N. V. SMrs. P'omneroy
gradusted from the Usiversity Schsool
of Music in 1910, and sisice that those
lisa beets teachinig mtusic its-ttsis city.

Al-toy t eaue ainTle - - - sussussyandthoesciious of the tide of
"'iue lle Dtch" stry y'Dsu- huue iduu stu atumit c lishble'lrasinases'Farrell Plans Earhy Metiirn. hiumusuan eene.
"TheBlueDuc," astoy byIlan toay ad wriner. Pobh'e tsfl. tithzim his tecoted nmore than
ald A. Kahns, lute editor' of this "Joy isrs'. 'sousutusrossi. Light to smodes- 'trainer Farrell is spending theseuSmi two y'uasus to in intensives study of the
Book," still aplutar in the Septembere stoss to sumttet inds. ier at isis old honme in Rockville, great Amserisoamiad is ready to de-
nsumnber of the .11-Stony Ma~gazineo. I "'ihy''el'exlureatissConnseteut. He writes that his hand feto muhts on almnost asmy grounids.
Ktabn io uSMichig'situmasuainsmihiuls 15h!.sltinu f 7,iniimunmsua 61. \ind is lanme froma meeting the old-tiners,
intsh~e university tw'ii5promn~senstim Vulocity 20,soul that he swill be oss huasdlwith the
cimusnaliternyuny'usdsournalsicleac- IOne yesr agoe,smaxium70I; misni- first. conmescohen teefootball50s000snt'lUIN1,l'h'hIY
Sis begins.I't)SI' 2"!, FVIi 51W .lU''DAY.
q Studecnts diesiring to go to Put-in-
E YBR O SCIEN IST T CA P DAVISI Pay sall ha~ve ansoher chance to visit
UT' UYT KJNEW.. (SUN G /-s OF TA1D V-T'TG tie tamous summerwhochnoe'oct next Satan-
S IIL Y NIVV~~.)NU .Lt~JY DU Jdue 50 a par'ty chius to g'ude
the dihrectionm if :'rof. Frank Carney.
Science doesn't inteirferseswith scoilg "Sylee tfllowslaeep, wcill you,"!"tHazel' iothat a smosquito buzzing. In Ielgiinesurgtda
fon lady--biugs. No, shot es-emsthe gonus is thse rejoinude rfroms his tout osate. arousud in our tent?" arises shrilly IshleMiiasntentral station Isu Sat-
Docn o st acgusaI enosugh tatu lueionsto list caelsu u'std hate oven there fromn out of uthe darkness. Iunruatshortlyafte dasonexpecting to
ssenve femsinine scientists fnoms thiesills that eyebrsuw on your upper lip." "No, that's Anubelle in the next hev u ltotai 'ti-~y1
pursuit of their hobby. Listen-- Tiemeuartial meslody of a parody on tout. I do wsih yous'd go to sheep ;studlytbe gusological formnation thsere.
"iea on.ofne tthsbuy .5. s he '"Piuum Inuy'comes echoinag froom Mabel." 'Tle' uarty wauited ionrsit hour and a

Gum flueshosre of Doughtas tube,
Tiley' say' e0gect our knowls edge
From time courses 11hsf cectakc.
Ctamup Davis fec the Enigimeers,
The Mes Tentl for thue pies,

hllidsnininei' Alhmnus is en 1Press. "'. "' '' er 'Cl~ i I)
Fe'aturing the lust commeceomenit Btthbaelnfobacfis.
exercises, and cosntaining, ustracts of 'The clerhugh notes of lady'-btug
the principual speeches sod pictures of sinugerosuingled with huhe lsoec bust
this variouz tCass reunions, time tmid- ohfsmans bug Causseis usN-t'ted c'ross
summer tiumber oh the Michigans Alhum- the still evenminugtrutees of thee lake.
tns is on the press. Themeaise ihitanut of ctsmmp Dhs
.A description ofItse etco slew real- grosaretless a his'turnusover outliii
thence halls wohich were donated by hand cot.
the Netwberry fansihy of Detroit, is aloo "WishIt 1tos studyimughadly-hugssootr
constuained its this numiber. inth~e buig ciasmp" huesouss

"tugs Ills'.
{ IfoA'-are-thlhady, hugs,
C",tuspmue oust out touiglas Luke,
{ Ce-are-ths very bsst.
St udsensiofithle Ilaso
Trees, lBtus. Binds, Fish, Snaisih,
Nie-i lo-sith all our might
-;,ery' esgiumeen sweosee.
Si-uht-alp-tswhisthl)
It usnetufoitoe L dy~t-bugs."
' Ius'casmul le -udies downitover' so
t't u iii'. Vo ist's grocc'mnffled as the
ump esreltin' humtmeirftesits for mtme

parnodies.
"'Tis of the bind class cce sin;
Wvith a nmelancholy chug
As coo sadly -wade along,
We'o scll slug another song
Of the bind chase and its wcay's
Acud its rainy, rainy days
Dih msdolefuil scullwell ruises,
Df clue bird duoss and its trays
Dim a doleful swail oell raise,
Df the bird class and uts ways

us e troit isouild be impsuosible and thme
celipas 55itbandonued ton the day.
Iurntillshisli┬░'isir is Student Ihere.
C.' . -iIlisey,I'lh.D., tolumbia, ansI
toe thme list three yeatrs instructor in
psolitital at imit uetimd lpubie lawvat.
iluriestotuth bts 'entered the law de-
pat ;itof theun'ivmiersity cwith the
1mm ition of comuihletung thue work
sisos suiEy <? for ut J.1). Sigree. 'Wi'th the
tul ofdvatunces' cSit he expects to
if the eos'uple'uo hula sork by the end of the
night. next college year.

Some one down the line is hunmnsnge hlfuit hosutosing the trasin arrive,
fuanothuer one of Latlyville's popular until it wasticfounthat boat coninections

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vsnighst. All is still except for time cihipanditen the Ladyville partc
of criucuetsanamdcroahk of the frogs. Dug ucamp oettle dossni for the

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