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'Vol. VI.


No. 11,

Ilarilosau to Opposc Beaton in Openio
lilt; Lits o 1*Not
Todreay's Gamnes
* W L T Pct.
* iis. . . .0 1 1.000
* Medico......0 0 1 1.000
* Engineers ...1 1 0 .500
1 * Laws ........... 0 2 0 .000
0 Saturday's Glames
0Medic-Engineer, at 2:00.
* Medic-Law, at 3:30.
Robertsonns Medico have a chancet
catch the ,its in the Vacationo leagu
in todays double header, the Doctor
playing botho the Laws aod Engineer
this afternoon. The first goase wil
1be called pronmstly at 2:00 oclock, an
the seconod one will start immediate
after the opense is decided.
'The league leading Lits haven
gameo until a week from today, who:
they are also billed for a double coo
The succesoo of the Medics will de
-pond on, what the conobined depart
ments can uncover in tbe way of ai
extra pitcher, as Baribeauo will hard
ly be able to weork two seven ionic;
contests. Ilie will probably pitch tt
first game, opposing Manager 'Jack
Benton, of she Engineers, in wha
should be one of the hardest fough
gamcs of thse seasono
Benton loss been haodicapped by
dearth of material in his first two
games, but Saturday thoe Engineer
sbould be out on force. They movo
into second place if they wallop tb,
Doctors, whatever she outcome of th
Law-Medic battle.
Thes Laws are out for blood today
Actinog Manager Robinson has los
two close ganmes, but believes that hi
teamn will be able to wehip floe Medic:
withoout trouble _after the Engineer:
get through with them. Rtobinson wi
probably pitcho for lis team, and if bo
shows as moochl as ino last week Fr;
day's contest, shoould wio withot'
.lssertso Iuscupuous Explotalloi
of ('pitalists Prevents
Negro Progress
In an eloqucot address Thursda
afternoono, Prof. E. S. loses, speakin
in thoe Cloatanoona series arranged fo
Cossoopolitan week, stated that mos'
men ioo the world ore colored. He
believes that thoe hope for the ftur o h ol isi h ooe ae
Professor looes stated flat the first
- usc of irooo was omade by lis people
an mbsrdteavneo hnre nti onr ic hCivil war. The speaker believs thoo
teng hsagetftrbtlkall thse laboring classes is exploite ncuuoscptlssadms
be freed by a greater spirit of democ.


2:00 o'clock -Balh game, Vacation -®
sg league, Me~dics. vs. Laws, Ferry 1les4 Creel l'layers Ii illleotuse a Elsie Esties lor Ptelhooharhe s Openutl '{ lsrennmutcs Will EntertainStudents
Field. Kearsume 'eriners Miii 'l'aesd~a3 ati k:611 I I s da lthJursday
3:30 o'clock-Ball game, Vacation ItesO'clock o ensa in le rstx
league, Medics vs. Laws, Ferry
*10:30 o'clock--"Preparedness- Equip- lruld sTbwas foocBs oenty-access oens hasd enteresd the Siltesogato'obrvoyan
ped for, Emergencies," Rev. L. C. summsef sennsis tosarnamsent at thoeaIetr00cosrosiigthsr-
BDo uglhaas,First tongregational Greet WoodslansdIlay ers are aa no-tieogontops.Aarsav a cur ncpermigluta-
Church, hec of stars whlose work sould 'nsure 1iseosorderesdanod will be os display ed coits mooos eakoensoisollhecloses of
7:00 'o'clock-"The Shadowc of thse succesful performoances at toe ap- somse timnexet sceeko. 'Ihey will coos- toepe r piccjenisssti, oproably w il
* Pagoda," union' service, Rev. M. C. Lee rasooes osthse scompsany sos theseist of a ils-er lovinog-cup for th~e isn-j provec fliv biggest noossber s o the
* Parsh, reubterin chrch, campssus next Fridasy asnd Satos:dty. ses iso the sinogles, anodl watch-fobo for speci'sl prograoso of leocbores and en-
londay Miss :Elsie Herndono Kearnss wiii play the runsners-up in the singles, and for tertaoso sssnext5055 seels.
5:00 o'clock-"Historic London," (ill- ftse inners in floe doubles.
n ctr ight atOtse osereatory
Iustratedi, Professor E. H. Tursner,Thgeearusfote orn- iios'i
west lecture roomo, n Physical labora-d osslz sr, o efono s ooorsa wil bse 000lVoedoesslaoysosi I'Thusorday
tory.::;<:.:::;::::.'::. :;::<;>;::: Wolverine asndlthe followsisog asdd,-seeninsesfronm 7:30 losl0:0a0 o'clock.
*Tuesday 'loss .sl Iosolos' soldsolsi pros ofs.lissterest Adssionso o t i so'aoroy soill .be
4:00 o'clock-----How May a Comnmunsity too theo entrans: by t5ie,et, ando theo snescoary cards
to Become Musical stud Is It WorthsI ors oy esssessll lsaoyosy bo'oloasisoo',isot Ilo' ro itrar's of-
rs While?" Professor A. A. Stanley, of0 000xltasselk; scores ssholo be tels' fiso by flo e 0 sentations of thoe sf00-
ro University School of Music. pososl'o ollakatfo' Iol rsesosstooorr o io. h'obr
ro 1:00 o'clock -"The Reading of Vie- officeo sat57000 oolsock,00n sle slay ot oaf iloeobscstory 55taff arill beon 0
lh ion," Assistantf Professor 1. R. :::"xIs. . > ;< h on5tes55.;sosses are' 00toobeplayedl lonssooltoo-usloo' olo isolos 5 tsee-oro, as oso 0
Ld Brummn, aest lecture rooms, Phlysical 000tlescouroose st Perry lFielolin000 h o ointot,00 thso'inte'restinog objects in
ly oatr sngles, asndldoubles. 'The douleos sill tisblingls se w,011aslio fle sies.:
0:00 o'clock -"Some Social and Ecs- ottesa to osllfo atrpart oi 'leilsartdlecture on copper
no nomical Aspects of Diseases to h io co sts'ls fpstsr ssoissgioIl'5900 0 ssssawl
ens Nervous System," Prof. C. D. Camp, 'i00c ompilletse o sotohsentranot sosld cll be olivoered by L. L. IHutbbasrd, of
n west lecture roomPhoysicahl1' bora- <? up osl ophponsenst sood arrangeio'for sloe Iooogltosssregentoof othe soniversity,
tery. ; rlot ss 50550 -a'me Ostobe played st 5:00)o'clocksWodnoesoday safternooon.
0-in the_______________ osrofos irstat srtof floe aseeo. pM r. Iloolobsorslis isoterested liso.several
tPROFESSOR ItAYMOND ITURNEt ITho erts os are as follows:a.of the oi ,oollar oeroiseiso sortho-
I'ltC'l'ItES lHIS 'l'OItlt' LO 1NISIIN I'.B.MocMartins, '10, vs. tC. Walker, erost cioiaon, sasnolis Iims sle - si
d- 3_43;1C.Yofsutt, 120, vs: . 5'. 5Reeves, bog oxyortf of somesc note'. 'T'helecture
muFsic, Fiction Reading aid 1iseases 371;5.. L. Alexander, 120, vs. B. But- siouldioiprove' ol sartirolar interest at
. of the Nerveu System on 1cr, 143; Is L. Wehsseyer, 11gi, vs. L.So thseesbecauso of thoo great imoport-
Prga TuedayG.Hlbert, 1151; W. P. Ballinger, sonoce'of flhisligass coppeor isnthe Ins-
PrgrtTu dy1128, vs. C.Brury, 921; J. C. Moont- ossmuniion isodustry. Siore tbe iscreas-
t Igomeory, 921, vs. 5'. E. Maooobeor, 120; ed1saleI(of ooooonsitioioo lsheos'Allies a
Londons, with its slums saoolito s i heleaodisgcfoe00alo soloes.15 .Miss o 100 s 0 ,Soooiod rtot ioooIso iosl lo oos
acastles and historic lasndmoarks, will Kearnss los had so losng sandovaried 2-;V.h.Mtr 1 o .L Gyr'eO~ty
abe pictured by 1'rof. E. E. Turner in cres1 esiso653-JoBo'Sosls 7 ; . . isle, 51, .E. . yeB.onty
his illustrated lecture ons "istoric Collogo' drasmastilou'ooswohere asooeomade ' r,149B .RnalIO s
London" in the summer amphitheater her dobut, iou sle title role of 'Ilsoso- 'C.10'. Fields, 371; 1.40.Clowes, 1190-JIt'V. II1)0G S '10 SP~ili ON
v at 5:00 o'clock Monday afternoon, let." vs. Wilt I "EtQlIPPED 1'(111 EILEI(ENt1IkS"
vs. hemi 1147-2; Ed. Steb-
Prof. 'Tu.rner is.. a specialist ino early After her gradusationo, sloe joinoedlthoe lis 4, s .J locl,117- .-
English history, and has donea con- New Theatre compaosny of Newc York Ber,91,s.;.'focoss,71 . 1e rcses ooloodto ~se'
siderable research its the archives of stud layed impo~ortantl boart souringotthe' . Joo,17-.gsco st 0to uoa osio
t the British museum. thrcee yearo thoai this orb oooiosolioso was .. .. tOoicof floe secoond of a series of font'
is On Tusday afternsoon at 4:15 iso existencee. Sinsco'thsenso ealso ospslay- N 2XI' RHODES St'llOLIltS.tIP soroososoletures to beo delivered by the
o'clock Prof. A. A. Stanley, of the ed wxith Wtiosfiroop Amoes'eoscomansy iso '0 EA, AIIE NCOEI to7 LodC.Foulsatte1is
rschool of music will lecture on "Hose the 'Piper'"sanod witho Miss IMarioe CongregsationsalC'hurch.
lh Mlay a Community Become Musical Teonpost waos leatoored iso Vsanity AHr erlio so tossojroao- ioeoa s blo
anod Is It WForth While?" This lee- FirAoo.l e rdiol oo lo yoerl os flxioolalseolatnaonsideoablesenerst.sfleinsgo
o- ure aill boe giveno at the usicersity ;eaF otheaaloo aUsro'0ipv0~ ecr soOxto,ooled ale c t uo on'itsea sser oseyotby floe
schoooh of music, anod supplansthefloenesoo'isoaiysog tle «oo korbs00S l~so olo-:.O0s)ss ucs-Cllot uis o atSsos'
sal o "I Pmo 'oo" chch asswre,sot oly witho the.oBlso re01 lullayp : she 'so atoososto be serovice whlen Mr. tDouglaos spoke upon
originally scheduled. Imomediately csoao otsloooltp'No l~ct oll00.fo sbOs f Polo lsIsbto
following Prof. Stanley's lecture, Prof.hedo _ i
F5 .Brummn, of the rhetoric depart- AilltI ,. o t also' fle Self losisioe.'
euavhsleko fleraigofNew ianking Facilities ifor Next Nl ovnwilsekonteraon f1 lalstyi tt mstbe be- -____--____
fetloos, in the awest ecture moosm oflohe Two sew banks awill creel: studenots 'tweesot!,0o naut loave, t ItET tPONE) ED
t'hysical laboratory. Tuesday night whsenothey returno to State streetnetoo lcomspleteod ao least twosears ofawoork o IS 'U tOIS '1Ygl'. L IAItENCE
he next nmedicah lecture will be given, fall, floe Farnoers' & Mtechansics'loasoks 00 a recognoized solloege or unove rsity.
inod will ba delivered by Br. C. D). installinog a branchlsiso fle Nickels h-ull par0tculaOs.i000 r0gatrI to floe
Camp, of the omedical schoool. bis sb- Arcade buildinge, sanodlthoeAsnArb'or sholar.-;ip5to05beo 00 0roo oooy be se- D.M .Gret h a ena
instructor in floe istory department
Ly ject swill be, "Somne Social and Savinogs oanko installisng a brasncho000I0csreod los c osoltlig P residentsot h atfu eas arsge
1ofeosomic Aspects of Diseases of floe the building toow occoopieod by thse Oasosbiuto lo 0whois chaiosrmooan of the se- ioooe o aeso oiit fha



Nervous System."

ice creansparlor,

lecrtion cOommoitte0e.

LEONARD A. BARRETT will speak. Sunday at 10:30 A. M:
THEME: Character Building - as illustrated ia Ruskin's Seven Lamps of Architecture
Bible Class at noon fer students attending Summer School
Dr. G. Carl Huber will speak

of thse istory depoartmsenot at St.
-Laureoceo Cniversity, N. Y.
Proof. WV. A. Frayer, whso baa had
leave of absensce for floe last year asnd
hass beseo studyilog at Corsoell Unicer-
soty, voll return, oand robably.swill
fake up the doepsartmoent of Nosuropean
history thsat Br. Garrett has had
charge of tor the post soar.
Severaol of floe professors in the de-
I prta:ssot hass' left toawnsfor thoe sum-
so >, for 1theit cacationo Professor C.
It. VaosTynesos ossonto shlis soummsser

racy', 1 O losos' sn, nortn loeo s cogaso
Friday afternoon: Annual Summer School Engagement of
'Taming of the Shrew" Seat Sale at War's
Frida eveing:State t. Store, opens
"Masks and Faces" Monday, July 19, at 4
Satuday fteroon:P. M. Reserved Seats
'She Stoops to Conquer' B RIS 1$25 75cts. A Reduced rate
Saturday evening: Woodland Players Po ma2.50 for the Four
"A Midsummer Night's CMU TETEJULY 23, 24 Performances.
Dream" CMU HAR

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