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June 24, 1915 - Image 4

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The Wolverine, 1915-06-24

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THE WOLVERINE
BE CAREFUL! You "don't take chances" when you COME OVER TO
where you eat, for these are EAT AT OR E N'S OR EN'S
CAFETERIA days. You inspect everything before you buy it CAFETERIA

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TUESDAY'S GAME
(Continued from page 1)
Wisner, p ..........1 0 1 0
Matchett, r. 1 0 0 0

4 0
0 0

Totals ...........30 0 6 24 12 3
Innings ......1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9-R
Michigan .. ...0 2 3 2 0 0 3 0*-10
Pennsylvania .F.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0- 0
Home run-Sisler. Two base hits-
McQueen, Nieman. Stolen bases-
Sisler, McQueen, Benton. Sacrifice
fIlies-Benton, Stewart. Sacrifice hit-
Shivel. Pitching summary-hits off
Sisler, 4 in 7 innings; off Davidson,
2 in 2 innings; off Wisner, 11 in 8 in-
nings; off Murdock, 0 in 1 inning.
Struck out-by Sisler, 8; by Wisner, 3.
Base on balls-off Sisler 2; off Wisner
3. Double plays-Waltz to Stewart;
McQueen to Shivel to Stewart; Wisner
to Mann to Wallace; Schimpf to Wal-
lace; Murdock to Mann to Wallace.
Left on bases-Michigan 4; Pennsyl-
vania 4: Hit by pitcher-by Wisner 1
(Labadie). Umpires-Davis and Fer-
guson.
STUDENT BOARD. Clean a n d
homelike. $4. per week. Sheldon's-
714 Monroe St. 1-5

WEDNESDAY'S GAME
(Continued from page 1)
out-by Ferguson 10, by H. K. Wal-
lace 5, by Murdock 1; base on balls--
off Ferguson 5, off 14. K. Wallace 1;
hit by pitcher-by Ferguson 1 (Ir-
win) ; left on bases-Michigan 9, Penn-
sylvania 2; hits-off H. K. Wallace, 8
in 6 innings, off Murdock 1 in 2 in-
nings. Umpires-Davis and Fergu-
son.
Toulme Editorial Writer on Tribune
Maurice Toulme, '12-'14L., editor of
the Michigan Daily in 1913-14, has re-
cently been appointed one of the three
editorial writers of the Chicago Trib-
une. Up to this time he held the
position of railroad editor on that
paper.
FOR RENT-Rooms for summer stu-
dents. Newly furnished. Inquire at
413 S. Division. Phone 1809-R. 1-2
STUDENT BOARD. Clean a n d
homelike. $4. per week. Sheldon's-
714 Monroe St. 1-5
Musical Instruments, Strings, and
all Musical Supplies at reasonable
prices. Schaeberle & Son, Music
House, 110 S. Main St. tf

Senior Women
Snuff Candle)

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The New Catalogue
of the
University of Michigan
IS NOW READY
Complete information concerning the eight Colleges
and Schools:
LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS,
ENGINEERING, MEDICINE, LAW, PHAR-
MACY, HOMEOPATHY, DENTISTRY,
GRADUATE, AND THE SUMMER SESSION
Special Courses in Forestry, Newspaper Work,
Landscape Design, Higher Commercial Education,
including Railway Administration and Insurance,
Architecture, Conservation Engineering, Education
(affiliated with Ann Arbor Schools for Observation
Study), and a course for those preparing for the
scientific administration of departments of sanitation
and public health.
For Copy of Catalogue, Special Announcement, or
Individual Information, address
the Dean of the School or College In which interested, or
SHIRLEY W. SMITH

At the close of the senior women's
house party in the new Newberry dor-
mitory, the annual senior breakfast
was helu at the Union, Friday morn-
ing.
Alice Wiard presided as toastmis-
tress. Mildred Rees, Helen King
Schoefile, Judith Ginsberg and Dean
Myra Jordan, responded to toasts.
At the close of the program, a light-
ed candle was passed around the
tables, and 16 senior women blew itl
out, signifying that during the past
year they had become engaged.
They are as follows: Mildred Rees,
Lucile Stroup, Genevieve Riggs, Mar-
ion Williamson, Blanche Rising, Eve-
lyn Roehm, Elzadie Heusel, Romaine
Bramwell, Marjorie Fitch, Elizabeth
Hopper, Abigail Shay, Bess White,
Helen Malcomson, Margaret Foote,
Gertrude Snow and Edith Bingham.
SENIOR WOMEN'S PRESENTATION
OF "ARROW MAKER" A SUCCESS
Indian Costumes, Music and Dancing
Features of Open Air
Production
One of the most successful enter-
tainments ever attempted by Mich-
igan women was the presentation by
the women of the senior class of Mary}
Austin's Indian play, "The Arrow
Maker" in the open air theater, on the
campus Monday evening.
Among the features of the presenta-
tion was the Indian music, the pictur-
esque costumes and the dancing. The
work of Minerva Bowen as medicine
woman, was particularly excellent.
The cast was as follows: Minerva
Bowen, Nelly Hanna, Ada Inglis,
Elizabeth Hopper, Marjorie Delevan,
Bernice Stanton, Helen Burlingham,
Vivian Glauz, Elizabeth Platt, Ethyl
Fox, Gene Davidson, Marjorie Haag,
Jane Hicks, Elizabeth Baker, Ethel
Buzby, Evelyn Roehm, Edith Macauley,
Gertrude Hanna, Lucile White, Karo-
line Fox, Hazel Quick, Beulah Delong,
Clara Stahl, Esther Love, Bess White,
and Mary Purdy.
FOR RENT-Fine furnished cottages
in Widemann Grove, Whitmore Lake.
Electric lights. Phone 212-J. 312
S. Division. 1-3.
Michigan law library for sale. Terms
reasonable. Books in good second-
hand condition. Louis Mott, Address,
North Branch, Mich. 1-2
NOW-A-DAYS
It's Clothing, Hats, and Furnishinig
Goods from
N, F. ALLEN C0.
211 S. Main St. tf

Whatever you set out to win-honor
in classes, leadership on track, diamond
or gridiron, train on
Full of vim-every drop of it supremely wholesome and good
Delicious-Refreshing
T h i r str T H E C O C A -C O LA C O .
Whenever Atlanta,Ga.
rrow thinka
of Coca-Cola
"The next trunk I buy
will be an Indestructo"

KYER C WHITKER
For Table Supplies- Wholesale and Retail
114-116 E. Washington St. Phone 326

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DEiwCT
ccAzfw AGE -

This is the opinion of
people everywhere who
kno wthehandsomeappear-
ance and durability of In-
destructo trunks, or who
have seCn how wonderfully
convenient they are for a
travellingand vacation trip.
We have a new line of
Indestructo trunks a-n d
leather goods. Come'in and

- . ".," " " * "* see them before you
" west this summer.
Indestructo trunks a
absolutely guaranteed f
- five years, no matter ho
" hard the wear 3ou gi
Summer Furnishing
for Men
Ruele, Conlin & Fiegel
COR. MAIN & WASHINGTON

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Secretary University

Ann Arbor, Mich.

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SENIORS AND ALUMNI-
TAKE THE
Iichiean 'usic
home with you
A COMPLETE STOCK IS TO BE FOUND AT
be URnivereitt ffltEc 1Roue
COR. MAYNARD AND WILLIAM STS.
Also Varsity and Victors on a Double Victor Record Price 75c

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