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The Wolverine, 1913-08-19

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AT YOUR DOOR THREEO L V E R1 N ELYIIAiI
EVENINGS A WEEK, 75c Ii SUMMER PUBLICATION

Vol IV.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDIAY, AUGUST 19, 1913.

No. 24

FOOTBALL OU L O!G11 I l 19111~ERMAN STUDENTS TO VISIT
SE M E CELE T UNIVERSITIES OF AMERICA
______g_,__or total 0ratr ils tn liph Tiro 1lnydir, '141, lRel iras Fromt
FAight "IP :.ell kvc Eligile Fo I'lis f ii 5membohrt, iid their 111eiOinl o at With
iisVarsity, and Others fou~nl hs r ha s, A. E'. Whitney Party Of 30t.
Llnkgoad. silt o te pa. i r with Pcof soot
-laid lri. . ('. (totldaird al heir hione ie talpl M. Sniyder, '144L, returinid yes-
"WA VN IIl TWO SETS OF i th K hS.i e 'iii *. ors J1. ~a kab int t(ilo Aoo Arbor after a surnmer
-IIT. Mliie z i inl it cire ailsit su1- i Europe. Oni the steamshaip Cymric,
With right ""ito fromt last year's at iithisitt II titiiii ii 0 tttiteif aitt, thiahhe returned were about 30

football tani, .ll eligible, on the list
of men inviteil ti return foarltrpfall
priactic'e, prospiects for iiixl yeatrIuok
brighit. "Jiimile''Crait"islthe oiily
miiii eligible from last yetr'sVarsity
who trill tnt play thiis year. Tlip-oClnQunareH bc oe
aoil Ilarton are of course oiii of it.
hit Coacsh Yosttrillliars aiiucleustI
of veterans around whitcI to buildl tili
a leant consistig of taptain "Giib-
iles" 'aterson, "B3ra e" Ptontiuis,
"Squiba" Torbel, "Atlia" Aluiendilisier,
"Tontnay" Ittughilt, "Jimaf ltayiiafortl

Itce
[IT FRFEIT LAST CAME
TO CMUS LEAGUE CAMPS
1 l~uipui Fistand S'ecnd Teams
'hto l 7t' l ed hBt
P ie ideal,?t
sliii spy;tel ::s :E .etii 4R;"'6ยขe eams

W.~ (iIIBER,, 1.3, AND) Miss
HAIRE.MARRIERECTNIIN.
Wilbur Gilbert, EL1, and Mien Fistic
Gaire, a graduate of the ltniversity
School of Music were marnied re-
cently at Boyne City, Rich. Mr. Gil-
bert wehile in college took an active
part in campus affairs. Ge is a nmem-
her of the Beta Kappa Psi fraternity
and Mliss Haire is a menmber of the
Alpha Chi Omega sorority. Mr. iid
MIls. Gilbert have gonii to California
omi thrir honeymoon.
CAPTAIN JOHN W, WESCOTT
STRICKEN WITH APOPLEXY
Was Relative aflPurhasing Agent
C. L. Lana at Whose Ranme
He Wan Visiting.
1Captain Julio W. Westeott, the fathi-
er-in-law of Purchmatsing Agent C. L. )
i Loo. wa sud enl tricken with u'-I

T
of
bid,
to l
pro
tion
hav'
t his
isla
plat
inig
ini o

Gteriianioswho swere coining to America
iii attentihle tosmopotlitan club con-
tFtin' at t'orniell University.
'flitest men were almost all from
Gtrmtan universities, and wtere typical
Germni stutdents, sthl duelling scars
as th'ir ftaces, and bnoundless enthus-
iatsm for things Germtan.
They are sent here at the expense of
a pace foundation under the direr-

Wait Pctlet. ion of Normian Angell, and are accom-
ti s x 2.7g ; unil by Br. George A. Nasmyth.

"To"BsnlTiuhilh" I'.''le party will travel all over the '"" '"' '''~' tbe
tBtsies this, Ithre twill be' i ntlter hlettit ,.,.. ., .5.444 i ted Slte after the convention at oplexy' while o a visit at the hone refit
itt stroiug iein Promi last ye'ar's Itsrot cc .333 IIthaca has tadjourned, and Br. Nas- of his daughter in this city and died to t
s amid the 191i 2atl-fitshi sta, twhio I' n. _c m0. 0 is tyth will lecture at nmost of the prin- shortly after. Captain Westcott had patit
tvlrtaa seo he5itdtoetli ltiiItt la ii1 cipal umniversities on disarmament, had a long antI varied career and teas cste
haustleto Incbu-pithei' plaes. Allstlto t lws orted ii 9 ttIi;'lairs best i xet Itttc niest fone of the best known marine nient
t'r the cuatci sill stairt Mict u' t it tltiititiPao hliigatnstill he on his itinerary, hut lye
stlls13 inniwh loimihett' ss4s i"ttt t'sititiet1i{'trtlittdittewtill mot knowtrcertainly uintil lie has intesaeoaigfenfr4 er Of;
fuu'inaisi tltobii' uees tiitt oeItli no at iit Oe zillniii ofith'isdecamierredIwstll Edwin Mlead, swho is at the head of J. ts. hitesicoft amid Co., fi
witui; fur a ytara t, least. mu utnimi his tour for him,.arnerpsrer. 1
ItristeriV ois rt'etmtplity ttto lades y_________At the age sf 13 he began his marl- mar
'wSnamSs o am cktes Possibule, .t touinot ibttltt rgin. t lime career as cabima boy on one of the Unix
hut St'lt~t'l tuu Vst luuutlh hs i I'miut e'I.Itotutlio, ltt'ith'ti ofold timue lake steamers. Me had scarce- hog
enohiug uht classt'materinltoivhr.hiniut'h'isal iItiie es I itl t't'ttillicose THE WEATHERII tAI I attaitted his majority' when he was it is
emutumehi nst hass uiatt'i~t lit ist'laiit thi' rtoitit u' s" .i i htmaittasiapttaot' mdedcaorimfand eoryfieryersehu reh
thrt'e ltetadig, caiatehuts for the"posi- trill tte ltultit'tl eii ''litti stha''s isstie h1'rtiast far AiiiiAibor.nevdstotrotgealketem-fs
-ships. lion
thion atfullbackieltfteoten by tih' grad- ofl 'lt Wltst'tntt. Fa~ir today and Wedtnsday. Moder- Captain Westcott's bravery in the will
niatioin outCat'ttiiiiiai itp .n Cl's nh- t' norltueatst Is southeast wvintds. rescue of those in imminent damtger of of tI
Qjuinn, '"1I, lbrothei.rut themnQutinnit.stit5 khu 'utnutu' ,,I theaiy'' hht1ildiig. 'I:etlmY's''npriira rwighssre stesbeto ie
t'Olttai T'houtamioita udersatudty' oili o~ iutit.tl -,,i :+?,i:<. il he Ittit i Maxiimuti93;mittimnum 73. 'Wind naany a tale. Ge had, moreovem', an give
li 't' 'shisity at etisos, tui1 lsituau'i'it fitllh i' iut til t itO{ ii illthe ue titld-l- ' chsity':i6. Prenipitationi .0. almost uncamny ability to tell the and
nt Ahia arsity raliherawhien cald iuptn t7'si'sc'emitntutly t'it'tllip lyth it ty' limit'3'teitageoa maximium 84; umimi- name of a boat as soon as she appear- prnop
t illthit'cntati's slim's lost y'earic' ii IiiActor. totutti67. lPrecipitatiomn .0. led otn the horizoms. -hazi
lit' hits bteen oh thu' reserve sqluatd futo ________________________________t_________ion
t'e list 1550 seasaons, umitdsas a nitin- otn
ber o ' hush 19110 all-frteslhteats CHINESE S TUDENTS OF UNIVERSITY WILL BE L
11 hneto landtheIltbetrthlt. i.C IVE A.T SEVERA.L CONF~EIRENCES of .11i<<r,' ulako aty r h
frenuhito Sqsluad. hut use 'of' it ' :'illk r _case
uuiruulntudabltiy lhe' di'splauyed'Iin liii 1}:s- Idei.
s aisit la, ' odaparticulatltIoa ac' whit
tis i b iltni t'sextutthtI {{1to b ' a 'it Iflit
abtle canmdtidate" fot'that'pitsition. I t with
utaui tIlt' sutilestat .175 l ittts Ym:stan
I larty hiil, 'lI aI u'tluee otit', it.Y !is e
=tars friliilt'e 1912 t't'lutiuant I '<i.stud
the thd 'ossiiirty. sii l is alts i Thh
' ,sh. I stiiu tl ttti omitt
i~ot, tiud it is th oih l iera 5 ta Ielt
iu it iiai i erto ionl ,;il1ia l motThi
F r ii t l st ehf oicttis it o nts It e re - n
ar itilI itts eualytgo'd.on1the Lyofto.
lit, titnit ouit ohiblathatitleast'plain teo,
t'iti'it a sam' e't'ut is t'lhu im athere. k is tt awli
silt C1ootha l still frosa sa'1 1alie nty
Ft'toth1i#'rs t piatioinsIta'm ta:lit. sitsJ-
It ith 170 potfcan idtte. 1. 1. Gist li,
'tsst s labti ofW orm'feit, attoihy ' '-"a" ' l r r" - 'aol~
1;t'('1idc i at, lus t wou wuft u'bl e' "g , abde
toaplyon aucunt ioihisr' stditt 'ls ItIt
bet' ihislitcrd.us s cle'atr, thytht' itotI5 l't, 010, 9' etika! t tLL uas the Ri-hletwtilfrnthrfatrsofhvebe 7 tdet i tenac
petdta"lewlIrveoeo h oa gu tthti i,'o hemiti8ii'rgrm uiugtt eulrya.it
'lif, st to lst ts t hay orte ' t .itit iu
half outhi' 1932pofnds.hmam.It. Ithonta,.hd 2 t71 sht a~Jhi ts,'4 rsetsfrfruaiu past okatr ther-
S.' ?1o',, mwa '1takenhiovimitofthe alfeht hatiihtii i.tablg liligq te getsteua et rrvlad m k arn e et bg
lqa ath teI.lt seaoteatterstainri dtr
lat 'tan's ifrshw cosidyer a- ta tfrtgst teI 1t ititil to-slI t un~t eter sifrerimavdre-sitt miv rigtyeanuhecher f o ur ses,
weighs 160, i Oio; is le tia met ite comlaterakigunier-fhae betnadvamtugent natnac
su itofluey gsamu by imujudeIPnasofan le., lso e t asi iitohne
Its en. it i asht i ds - lt iaot.Ltlh.'eii tirhtig 00oflt'hsubecnithsl prourses.n Amricnndwih o teme rfeg chbla illleaeaAn.
'16Et whoe' tt'1alsotii otti suttuf ss- iiateotiieebotshccndaomsetsrorassonassm1e6shol sou is
hi'ds bulyd sinsstntgae t. 'la th tiiiaaCaiinsetil udlret' Accrding .oato o er- Teeedtonebo of the vocnfereesado
Iln'ma tar litntr uI Michilan Ita ittr -hhhaate Mahingt 10 sate ea t e sentcby heldariaIthan. V.kearanameIll.a o
h'situ I. 11 lohe.'tltu'ieilu ft Anst ul i ftureofiII. thlaffairSillt-ioltenuiteegornrtmntohcu-The Chinese suetwihhedasftudents'ai ae in AA
51u' gturuihir huistiitt lot uutt betiarmihebatit ct ill uehiu'gu oh the , anti Itmyhis cfalrlo rhal ft.Hes emac nu asoAnmeniadniueoanitothe
la t tea 's iliuifresh. Oie la yed ha2) - utat sufllgst alltteh' Is t'o t at lltec ipit of lto teomue ro Am oin iArbor. in uTh rist(Condtin ed oipaeo4)c u boys

TUDENT COUNCIL
OUTLINES COURSE
t Meeting Sept. I0to ta.Regulamte
Privhieges and Dities
ot Freshunani
'N PLiIOh AN hNt' QhII'h'h91.
'te activiry swhiht earkiedtheth work
thec studemntcouncail thn mst year
sfair not only' to cntinue, but also
e intrase'd tis ensuimg yair, a-
intg to thte annountenmentf of a
eminentmimiber of that orgaizai-
'ilTe members of the coumcil
,been its constanmt comnmnmi'ttiomn
smtmer, perfectinag their orgaist
ion and pamnming muchmeofupthu leg-
ion for the coaing year. 'Comiten-
ted naeasures are being put itt set-
amd circulateud among til enimtbrs
.rder that they mauiy rneive 5 fumler
sidersutiou. T'his is its lue witi
intended poliy of te counil to
ire all meiasures to e sibmittet
he secretary' it wvitimg and aomt-
ied by a brie. 'Pisiametod, it is
ted, will insure a more caretu
serioseconsideration of prospet-
legislation, prevent the fomitomi
nap juidgmentsi, amd senae greatr
.iemcy in the stork of thin counmcil.
'he council has ben asigned per-
tent quarters in the north sing of
cersify Hail. Here theefist met:e-
sill be held September 30,at whlich
expected that a mumbter of matttrs
tive to the rights amduduties of
;hmen awill econsidered. Iegula-
tsas to wearing of the freshsmait cap
lbe established and the privileges
is unfortunate under classnman di-
. The question ot htazing will be
:n the most serious eosideration,
definite regulationms governing it
tosed. Tie sporadic anti orgatized
mg whicha has survived the aboi-.
of "Black Friday" still be stamtpedl
ast year's council established a ba-
ton dealing sith hazers tumd other
aders. It wast settled not only that
council had authority to deal withm
,s of personal miscomduct, bita
itioma of the texteto f tpunishumen't
h thuesuncil haul iiright Is i-
stas deermined ini cnsultaiionu
7thu senate coumnil. Inioute'imm
ice severtl imdividul set' ui-
d itt the miadut' prescribed hby tt
'ofteounil. At hpresenttu co-
te is workig on a methodu of pro-.
rs to govermi thu.esnuti'otf eses'
h shll come beforte the commil.
sprocedumre ill be quansi-judiial
alume and designed Is imsure the
aders a speedy and impiail,
gh secret, trial.
reparatsry to peitining te sen-
council ton the reinsatemnt of thu
up, a committee of the ouncil is
lining a tentative lplaotawhichu shall
'eel the abuses swhihi led to is
lition, amd put it on a basis acceph-
to te fuculty. Another comui-
appointed to consider the forn-
there of a professional intefratr-
,conferenice, is nest studyingais ~l
cation in ther schools, with 5 viewv
determining fle best methouds of
anization and their feasibility u-
Michigan conditios.
Inipra e Law Buiildiig Lawn.
a front of the law building, the.
.n is being dug up preparatory to
seeding and leaeling. Some years
the lawnvaas made level by filling
ith ashes, and these are nosybing
laced by rich earth.-
undaiy Is -Busy Dhamy inn Stik.
nine pound girl was born Sumday

ning to Librariao and Mtrs. Theot-
IV . Koch.
ater in the day the storhy arrived
the home of IV. B. 'Shawc, editor of
M~ichigatn, Alumuus, andule'ft a buaby

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