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The Wolverine, 1915-06-24

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THE WOLVERINE
We charge you Amateur Photographers' Headquarters for Kodaks, Films and Finishing PRINTS ON
nothing for devel- in Ann Arbor is at
Ioping roll fl flinN ItUnvesiy veueVELOX
you can finda" LYN DON'S, 719 North University Avenue
single defect (Two doors from Hill Auditorium)
Established 1905, and growing bigger every day

YARSITY BASEBALL
COES ONDED f IDE.
Purity Committee Attempts to Cause
Endorsing of Summer
Ball Rule
THREE PLAYERS DISCIPLINED
by Hap Church,
Michigan occupied the center'of at-
tention of the collegiate and sporting
world this month when. the summer
baseball problem was unexpectedly
thrust upon the board in control of
athletics by the work of a purity com-
mitteeof students who sought to force
th'e Wolverine mentors to endorse
summer ball by proving that many
Michigan players were ineligible under
the present rules.
A former Michigan player, who was
recently stripped of his athletic insig-
nia on his own admission that he was
a pofessional when playing on the
Wolverine team, gathered affadivits in
addition to his own testimony, which
directly involved four Michigan play-
ers. -
The Michigan board refused to con-
sider the endorsement of summer ball,
since such an act would practically
mean athletic suicide for Michigan; as
' shown by the report of a board in con-
trol committee which sounded out
Michigan's principle opponents on
such a plan last summer.
The board demandtd that the purity
committee turn over its proofs without
any promise of immunity for the men
involved, which had been contended
for by the committee, which claimed
it work was aimed at a system rather
than individuals.
The board in control, when given
the Sproofs, made an investigation
throlgh - its ' eligibility committee,
which was unanimously adopted by
the board.
: As a result, Frank Sheehy, center
fielder,- was removed from the team,
and stripped of two "M"s he had pre-
usly won. The engineering faculty,
on the recommendation of the board,
sispended him for one semester.
Dale Maltby, first baseman, was re-
yoved from the team and stripped of
the All-Fresh numerals he won last
year, and placed on probation by the
engineering faculty.
Thomas McNamara, pitcher, was re-
moved from the squad for the alliance
of the year.
CaptainrEdmond McQueen, second
baseman, was completely exonerated,
as were yeveral former players, ath-
letic director Bartelme, and members
of the team involved indirectly.
'By this decisive action, the Michi-
gan board placed the Wolverines
sqarely on a platform of rigid en-
ftrcement of the present rules. While
the action was drastic, it could not
be avoided. The proofs were conclu-
sive, and the board announced this
spring it would rigidly enforce them.
The two men lost are seniors, and
would not be eligible for next year.
McNamara, the third man found guilty,
will not return to the university, it
is understood.
Marriage of 1912 Announced by Senior
Announcement of the marriage of
Herman Trum, Jr., '15A, to Helen
H'ymilton of Ann Arbor, has been
made. The couple were married in
112. Mrs. Trum was the third wom-
an to receive an engineering degree
ab the university.
NOW-A-DAYS

It's Clothing, Hats, and Furnishing
Goods from
N. F. ALLEN CO.
211 S. Main St. tf

VARSITY DEFEATS ALUMMI IN
SATURDAY'S GAME, 13 TO 2
Blanding and Rughitt Star for Grads;
Both Teams Play Good
Ball
Varsity defeated alumni in the an-
nual game last Saturday, 13 to 2;
"Fritz" Blanding and "Tommy" Hugh-
itt starring for the old bOys.
The former Cleveland hurler op-
posed the Varsity, and held Lundgren's
men to a one run lead for five innings
of as fast ball as has been seen on
Ferry field this year. In the sixth and
seventh rounds, however, Blanding
yielded eleven hits and nine runs.
Hughitt scored the first run for the
old boys, getting a life when lie forced
Davis. He stole second, took third on
a passed ball, and scored on a double
steal, pulling Marlin to second on the
play.
For the Varsity, Sisler made three
runs and three hits, Benton two runs
and four hits, McQueen three runs and
two hits, and Brandel two runs and
three hits.
The alumni lineup was: Cory, If;
Mitchell, cf; Utley, s and p; Blanding,
p and s; Hill,yb;, avis,c;. lughitt,
3 and s; Marlin, 2; Hayes If.
The score:-
Innings ..1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9-R H E
Alumni .000100010-2 5 3
Varsity ..0 1 0 1 0 4 5 2 *-13 19 5
1tan From 1902 Class on Lusitania
Class of 1902 was represented on the
Lusitaseia by Scott Turner, who was
on his way to some Norway coal
mines. He was injured to the extent
of several broken bones but was res-
cued from a lifeboat three hours aftert
the sinking of the ship. The injuries
did not prove serious, and he pro-
ceeded to Norway. His brother, an
alumnus of the same class, is now in
Ann Arbor.

Alumnus Reports Heavy Adane Sale
W. B. Shaw, general secretary of the
Alumni Association, announces an un-
usually heavy advance sale of the
"Michigan Alumnus." An innovation'
has been introduced, that of giving
each subscriber to the Alumnus an
official alumni button with his sub-
scription. More than two-thirds of
the class of 1915 have already sub-
scribed, and Mr. Shaw hopes that other
alumni will follow the example set by
this class, so that tis year's sales
will be record breaking. Subscrip-
tions can be obtained in the offices of
the Alumni Association.

WATCHES GOOD JEWELRY
Thin model 12-aize and MICHIGAN PINS
Bracelet Watches CIRCLE PINS
Waltham, Elgin, & Hamilton WALDEMAR CHAINS
Sne our new convertible PEARL CUFF LINKS
bracelet owatsh
Souvenir Pins, Spoons and Novelties
Optical Goods
Lenses Duplicated. Prescriptions taken from broken pieces
Hailler Jewelry Co.
STATE STREET JEWELERS
U. S. Postal Station No. 1, in rear of store PHONE 534

Betsy'Ross Caildy Bilhietil-l-
VOLUME I Ann Arbor, Mich., June 24, 1915 No.I
BETSY ROSS CANDIES Price -4.00. this is the finest We put tip, wrap and mail
EE i tbox made. candies to any address. No ex-
--- 'ets Ross candiesa re sold tra charge except postage For
JUST A MATTER OF GOOD TASTE ontly from reg ularnnr l'ctsy Ross ".00 we wl put tp and mail
Fifty Cents the full pound ishops-never sold at wholesale postpaid nine Ot pound boxes,
to become st ale. Betsy Ross cas sendeg them nout one each week
dies are guaranteed fresh, or just as you wish.
Iletsy Ross candies are boxed creamy, delicious. Phe Betsy Ross line of home
fresh from the case, just as you made candies cotprises-' about
buy them. Sold in bulk from 10 100 noombers; includirig Choco-
cents t, or put up in f Ih.tlt lb. Ilate Fitter Creams, Chocolate
lb., 1 lb., 2 lb., or 3 lb. boxes, as- I \Fruit Creams, Chocolate Plain
sorted i(as you wish, at 5 cents LJ A L Creams, Dipped Fruits and Nuts,
the lb. dCream Caranels, Creamed
cior special gift purposes we Fruits, Nougats, Bon Bons, etc.
have a eautiful DeLtixe com- 6- E TBERlTY QT -all highest grade goods, well
Liflation box, holdiig 4a lbs., in worth 8o cents. Betsy Ross price
nine separate compartments,- ANN ARBOR, MICH. only 5o cents the pound

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Palm Beach
The Summer Comfort Cloth
In a variety of shades
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604 E. Liberty Streot
HUSTON BROS.
The Finest Billiard Room Inthe State
CIGARS and CANDY
"We Try to Treat You Right"
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital.....$30,eo.00
Surpu s and Undivided Profit..... ts1ooo.oo
Reouree..............$200,u00.00
Transaets a General Banking Business
3 peret interetpeid onSavuingstDepsits;'
Year Besineessutolicird.
chas. E. Hiscock, Pres., Michael J.lritz. cash'r
W.oD. Harrimane, Vie-e., Carl. rau, Asst.
Cas'r, Wm.Waltz, Aset. Cash'rS avings Dept.
The Exquisite Corset Shop
Neckwear, Hosiety, Underwear and Waits
PHONE 162
304 S. Main Street
DETROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE
(Eastern Standard Time)
Limited and Expss Cees tsr Detrait-7:to
a. m. and hourlsy toaicta mp. a,., asossicta
p. In.
Local Cars for Detroit-c:4 a. in., 6:o5 a. m.
and every two'hois to 6:05 p. in., 7:05 P.
in., 8:o5 p.m., 9:15 P. m., and 10:45 P. m.
To Ypsilanti only: 7:48 a. in., 8:2o a.m.
11:05a.-in., 5:5 P. m., 11:t5 p. M., 12:15
a. in., 12 :3o a ., , ioa. im.
Limited Cars ar acson 748 a. in., and
every tao hours to 7:48 p. m.
Local Carsfor Jackson-s:12a.m., 6:5oa.m.
and every two hours to 6:5 p. m. also
9:s p. m., 1r r:5'p. m.

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