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July 03, 1915 - Image 4

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The Wolverine, 1915-07-03

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THlE WOLVERINE
BE CAREFUL! You "idon't take chances" when you COMOR NO
where you eat, for these are EAT ATO R E N'S ORENĀ°S
CAFETERIA days. You inspect everything before you buy it CAFETERIA

iSIi MANAGES TO'IT 111HALL
BAtI)FORIIBRIL LI A NIAVE ItG
Major League Pitchers Fail Ito(Oiler
)FUCett tesisenee to Sill of
George Sisler is playing regularly
at first ase fo the St. Loos Browns.
although Barney Dreyfuss, of the
Pittshurg Pirates, maintains that the
casti is still unsettled. According to
press reports, Branch Rickey is play-
tog his former college caui without
awaiting the deision of the national
commission. Ban Johnson, president
of the American leage, is reported to
have notified Rickey not to use Siser
until the case was thrashed out y
this high court of organized aseall.
The former Wolverine star is at-
ting in third position for the Mound
city nine, aitd hsa clouted the all
for an average of .333 in the fie
gamnes since he has broken in.
Blinsating recrd follows:
Monday.......................
Tuesday...................4 1
IWedneda .................... 1
Thursday...................4 2
Totals............... .5 5
Average ......................3
BtUSNESS MEN OF ANN AtBORi
PLAN BIG I iaY AI'GI',STI'11
Plans arc already coiing to a headt
under the management of the husiness
men of the city, to sake Ans Aror's
"Big ay," set for August 1, a suc-
cess. The possible entertainments for
the "Big ay" have bees discussed
and one thing definietely deised.
there will e an aeroplane fligt that
day. Besides this feature, there wil
he a ahy contest, races, all ganto,
drills, industrial parade aid a few
more atractions. The eintertainmsent
will e held dsw'ntowns in the nmornig
ansI at the fairgrounsus ithte after-
AltunsWies 'est Ioh on ii l'iy:t'
Frederick R1. Gorton, wsossreeie
his moaster's degree ii 101, a Phl.D
from the tniviersiy ofiBelins i f15
lisa written a ook estitled "A Hi gh-
School tCoursc in PhIysics"'sich to
iiosv largely used ini westrnsecond-
ary schools. While in Berlins Iis i-
vestigations had largely to io wills
radilo-activity, theis a ncw field, ad
iis experimnits have eei giens e-
fore an audience of scinstists frons all
:parts of Germany.
OUTLOO0K MAGAZINE SIIOWS CUT"I
(F INTEIIOI OF Aup'II1'I'lT'I
In the July iumser of the Outlook
magazine, a full page cut of the inte-
rior of Mill auditorium is given amnssg
a list of the music halls asd auditori-
umos of this country.
In descriing the auditoriuns praise
is given to the architects ad desig-
ec. The article says that tey have
created onis of the fiset ousic hals is
worli, andsth iat the auioriunm is as-
coustically perfect.
D. & C. TALISMAN.
A useful gift to atyoenser of the
family. The 1. & t. Liste have prour-
ed a limited numer of unique "Golden
Frog GioiLuk tharmss"-Men's Scarf
Pin or Womne's Brooch Pin, set with
Mexicans Ruies and Emeraldss Will
nott tarnish and is a easty. Sent to
any address on receipt of one dollar.
cash or money order. 'Thsawiuld e
appreciated as a Birthday Gift. Ad-
dress Dept. S., Detroit & Clevead
Navigation t'o., Dtroit, Mc'h.

NOW.'A.DXAYS
It's ('lothting, Hats, and Furnishing'
G'oods fronm
N. F. ALIEN ('0.

MUNCHAUSEN HIMSELF HAS
NOTHING ON EMBRYO STAR
'T'hs "greatest aftislete of al tine" is lo'st of thseims sre equilly gosd its
nit' heaed t ossards A nAsi .trhor. 3s'sverythintg. It is signsificatt howver's,

Michigant gets a large crop of these
pteretnnial rphs'notmenta. Sonicarat'i-
ready sin', ands isnottntry ste'spsaper
finthIe stats' is sit to date swsichs Iasntt
siscoveresd at least ones of these ath-
letic tsarves's whosisssill cnter the sisi-
versity Itis fall.
If hsalf of thses yountgsters 'ser' as

iwon tise'"M'' fn tmssre thatssise sport.
"lJark" Bentots playinsg etndIsisd esitcit-
ln.It recetnt yeairs, "'l'ottttsy" lisseis
il ittind'"Jimmsie'tram;g rtic' eis'ontly
sitter stetsto tmaiks' iso msajior sposrt
teatms.
Jst whialtbeconmes of sillthses'e'nt-
s'ritng stars is sot knsotwnt.It altlit'e

' see an'Acrst
Coca-Coa
Talue a tip from the mn who aop all the _
overage tabues.tDrinhi
Thirst- Quenehinsf
t' THI 2COCA-COLA Co.
_ Atfanta, (,;i

clever as thseir press agents, Mirls- tintgs said of thsemt art' triss it is
iganwoutldsweiep tsp intercollegiate stranige thse Varsityrroarcses slot tear
titles hb'the dozen. 'The track sithletes ithemsslimbshfrotmslitinitssfraistirc f
hasve broke~sn every insterschsolastic fort -to htave.tse swondsesrs ontthteir
vsecactI on tsutsesrouss occasiotsthue ;sarticstlar teatm.
basebaill players have ntever yielsdedI lBu tMic'higant is glasd to rs'cei'vs'prop I
a hit or fassnesd less thans 27 mnidur- schsooil athle'tes dtespfss itssthe anica'p
fog a ganme, andstthe footbsall stars sirs' totheir' iressnisuceiss.andsslhops's thsat
re'gitlasr Kruttpsiege gusns. soots'of stiensm sf1w i ilms'esa Varsity
ew'osithtese buddinsg worlsd beats'rs "team its a ye'ars'rsty saswelslasa
restrict ths'ir activfty to onse sport. fraternsity.
11)1) '1R1 I'DTONIAGARA FALLS , tIIDIGI('AL STATION I'II'f111SY
STIART'IS JVl.Y16IAl'D i t'lIrI'I' '

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P'rof. I. I). Scott of Gheology Dtepart-
mtentinit('hatngg of
Excu-si-on
'The antiual exsiont to Niagara ,
Fallssvfili ttte plas's'is yetarott tuly
it1, tite party bseitng itscitarge of Irof.
I. I?. Sc'ott of thte geology depsartmnt.,
tutu ott ascounit of thts gre'at redutionfst
its s'xite'tse, is expsected fthe ltrgely
aitt'ende'iI hy stitdensts pususinsg otlier
courses as well. Froms Detroit, thsea
party will proceesd to Buffalo on one
of thte1D. & tC. hosts. arrivisig at. thse
Fails shoutusioss.
Thtis trip will skirt the upper edge
ofth Ilegorge sisnte Cansadiatssile anth
returnsott thte Ansericatssile close to
thte water's edge. Sunsday will he giv-
en over toi genseral trips antd sight-;
seeing until 3:00 isclisck p. m., whssn
thte party will rettirito1 Detrisit on
thse lakse hoat, "City of Detroit III,"
thte party finally arrivinsg at Anni Arbior
Mboniday utorising.
Tihe expetise itt detail is as follo'si:
Rounti trip fare, (intcltintg hiertht
atid gorge trip) ................10t.92
Htielf'T'emnper'ance lHsuse.st te
Meals on the boat ............... 3.00
Ext ra trips.....................00
17.42
111(1IN IDAIfLY'WILL MAKE
SfYfhALl. 'II FS NEXI' YEAR
Seviral chianges tutuli e inagrat-
eh its the matsnagemnmt of the Mfichiigant
D~aily for next yeasr.
F. F. MfcKinsney, msanagtng-esditor',
tao tmadse Itis stiff appoitmnties for
the comminmg ye'ar. Thiere are to hi' fittr
mniottfts' uipper staff tulsa till flli
the positionss of stews esditor, short
ediir, ansd too telegraphs editors.
Jamtes Mf. lBarre't, E. Rodgers Sirves-
ter, tasi E. '. \Wrighst are thse mens iwss
have received tise appointtmnts, thse
fourth toi be chsosens met fall.
Plans are being made to place Tue
Daily inthle News Symdicate, bitt this
is tiot yeitia sure flung. Another plains
that has beets iorkted otut, iste'hiis-
insg of a critis', iwhtse msaint duty' wiill
be to criticise the forntatd ecittemmts
of thse papir.
Iletutal Clumi' tom (losetuurig Summertut
heats N. S. Hoff, of the idenial col-
lege, annosuncsed yesteriday tht the
sental- custic will hue clioed for the
sumtsner. Motty of thue stusdents, how-
ever, are takimig summmuer work, in te
mesdical Scitool.
T'o resiuce our stocukire will sfter
Poipular amish tperatic Musts' at greatly
reidu'es prii'is. Unmiversity Music

Active' Work Stsarted lAlong tVariouis
lint's at tLalteItiuglats
Active woirk was siartssi last'seies
bsy 35 situidemnts at thte IBiologic-11S iionii
wiscih is locaissd at Doutglas lakihis'n
t'heboyi'igani countsy.'hils is the7ith
siasoim that te fsieldsttionmifor ini-
s1tructiostamid restearcht it iouligy is
bseen located theme.I
'The sw'irk givems is nitiduplicaited'i
idusrimig the regulatrnschsool year, itnh itj
to the purmpose' tfts'eiuniversity lto proi-"
yule faililtssfist'fieldi woirk of asr
thsat camnmsiotibe sit'sll ecirriedh sis isi-
dusc a s cium onsiioso sr wills the Imiti-
tations of a usiversity schmeduime. Anms
asdequmateequ'ipment sit tpparatsus timdj
reagensnmec'essiary fur 'oilec'ionsm, ott-
servation, andshpreservaionm f sithi
anmsals ansI plaits is providhed. Excel-
heist facilities are alssoiioff're'dhfor re-
searcintsseveral lutes ositanlsiy, ands
zsology, either by indsepimndenmt;fint'ssi
gatisosr by grashisse stimients.

Have a teal vacation on the Great Lskes,a the most enjoysble snd
econamical oting in America. The coo1 lake breezes, the ever-chatig-
iog scenes slang the shore and the luxurious steamers operated hy this
Company are ponitive guarantees that you will enjoy every minute of
the trip. and return home refreshed and glad you went.
TAKE A D. & C. BOAT WHEN YOU GO AFLOAT.
DailyrservisehbetwteanDetroitand Clvead adDetrt ad Bffalo., Frost Jane 11th
to Sertmober 10th SteamresCity otDetoit IBland City ofClevead Ilthe"Two Giants"
of the Grerat Lakes, sperate daily service as the Busflot Divisisa; rot can't afford to
rats the pleasare at a ride as these floating palaces. FOUR TRIPS WEEKLY least
Toledo and Detroitito MackinacIsland ad Way Ports. Mackinac Island, the Historic
Sumer Reort othe North Csotry, ishbecotmingmooeposearevery seassnswith the
Toriststseekigtquietnesstandrepose. Excelet Hote and Boarding House accost-
msodations at reasoable rates. TWO TRIPS WEEKLY BY SPECIAL STEAMER,
Cleveland to Maciac sltandtnostops esratrmceet at Detroitand Alena. DELIGHT-
FUL DAY TRIPS fencers Detroitad Cleveland dornor July and Augast toar tries
wekhly. DAILY SERVICE June 14thto Septembherltheteen Toledand Pat-in-Bay,
RAILROAD TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR TRANSPORTATION on 0. a C. Line
Steamters heween Detrit and Buffalo sr Deriand 'Clevelad either direction.
Sendlatwo-cent stamorsetrated pamphlet andGCeast Lakes Mar. Addests L . Q.Lvs,
CJ.. A. heroit, Mich. Set at poster stamsmsailed tar live cents.
Philip H. McMillan, Pres. A. A. Schantz, Vice rPets. & Gent. Mgr.
DETROIT & CLEVELAND NAVIGATION COMPANY
All steasters arrive and deeare. Third Avsaue Wharf, Detroit.

Its t'lothting, lists, stud Furttlslittg1=4 It
Goods f-osut
XN. F. A1LEN'0.
211tSS MastsSS. If
University School of Music "The next trun
ALBERT A. STANLEY, Director
"A Balheting Plact hut AdvancediStudets" w l
Annual Sunmer Session
EIGHT WEEKS-.JUNE 28. -AUG. 20BU

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