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The Wolverine, 1915-08-03

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THE WOLVERINE

MEDICS LAN)D(CHAMPIONSHIP
BY GETTING D)OUBLE FORFEIT
Finish Schedule in Vacation League
With Perfect Percentage antd
Earen First Place
FINAL STAND)ING
*VACATION LEAGUE *
W LT Pct.
* Medics......5 0 1 1.000*
' Litsa........... 3 1 1 .750
* Laws....... ... 1 4 0 .200
Engineers..1 5 0 .167*
Medics won the championship of the
Vacation league Saturday afternoon,
whens the Lave. an i ngineers both
forfeited their :aios r the Scientists.
While the Lit: 11L ls two gamnes left to
play, meeting ',,,.h Laws and Engi-
neers, theycy imiat eqoal floe perfect
percentage of to -:ra; and the re-
mainder of the s' schedule has0
therefore heen cancelled, to avoid in-
terferance with the activities of the
All-Stars.

"BLAtK FLY" PUTBLICATION ItCHIGAN GRADUATE HAS HIGH
OF CAMP HOGGARDUTS ARRIVES RIECORD) IN AMERICAN LEAGUE
Much "pep," as well as a plentiful Ranks 'Thirtieth as Slugger and Has
supply of snappy cartoons, clharac- 'tenth Place as Tiwirler, With
terize the foorthissoue of "The Black Average of .667
Fly," the summer blue-print isews- -
paper of C'amp Bogardus. In its usual George Sister ranks thirtieth amsong
humsorous way it features all the hap- the hatters of the Americans league, ac-
penings of floe achelors' camp dur- cordiiig to last week's official figures.)
iing the week,. frons basehall, social The Wolverine. graduate has bseniii
events at the girl's camp, to scull races 25 gamcs, appeared at bat 75 toses,
on Lake Douglas. Of the two baseball made 21 hits and scored 1f runs for
leagues, the "Muckerc" lead the ain average of .200.
"Hellyuns," and the "Scabs" lead floe 'fle Michigan msan's pitchlig aver-
"Boobs," first and second in respective age stands the same as last week. Hej
order'. has taketn part ini 7 games on the
Of particular interest is a descrip- mountd, winnoinga two and losing one.
finn of a scull race, in whicht onteBe has yielded 19 hits, aod his aver-
Bleekmsaii, ain ox-Syracuse varsity age is .607. Only nine Americans league
mani, pilots thse "Haunkies" to victory twirlero have a higher percentage.
over a picked crew from the "Ark" in - - -___-
a harrowing finish. Unlike ifs inear- ItAIX KEEPS ALL-STARiS FROM
cousin, "The Wolverine," there is scant LI NG NO1tML'TEAM TODAY'
space for advertising as the sheet Is-
printed on one side only ansd is about Rain today preveinfed thse playing of
two by one and one-half. But as ani the thsird anod deciding' game between
additison of interest to the camp, it the M tcligais Al:-Stars ansd the Ypsi-
iooiiisapaorisiiin osii n1ioisisrosni-

The Farmers & Mechanics Bank th P lai Ro l
4For vaction tends, our Travelers, FANCY WORK AND CURIOS
Checks can't be bnat. Payable 304 South Main St
anywhere. Ask us.
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Whetever you aet out to win-hosor ,
in clavses, leadership onotrask, diemond
or gridiron, tirein on
Full of vim-every drop of itsupremely wholeeome andfgood
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tion.

PROFESSORS GIVE LECTUJRES
ON LOCAL('HAU'TAUQUA PROGRAMDENIIS)LTOECUEN
"PRiMISVTE IMAN AT MI1CHIGAN"

lanoti Noenoals, which was billed for
flits afterooo nthfle Teachers'
diamoontd,
It swill pirobably be arranged for
soinoc afternooin later this week, al-
thocu ht the moanageenots of the to
team. llt ofagreed 00n a oafisfac-
tots timesup ion sthis onoon. The gamoe
b^7 1, 'toti ins Yfsilanti.
'T'e All-Stars soill plrobably lineup

University professors will give two
lectures on the local ('hautauqua pro-
gram this week, which are of especial
interest to certain students on the
campus. Moth are illustrated with
European slides.
Prof. Heverlly Robinson will speak
on, "Among floe Cathedral ('hurchses
of England," oin Wednesday afterinoon
at 3:00 o'clocko in the Science lecture
room of the high school.
Prof. Hugo Thieme will speako on,
"French Art as Expiessive of French
Civilization," iii the sanme room at 3:00
o'clock Thursday afternoon.
Su]
Cleaned at
C.'.'
1112 S. University
Photo
Portraiture
Technique unexcelled
Groups
Each person posed. arti
other
Home Portraits
In the familiar "homea
Al Christmas lime you wi
Why not have ii taken no
much more lime
.RANDALL
PHOTOGR.
121 E. Washington St.

Dean 'W5. B. Hinsdale, of toe Ilomoes-
patloic college, wilt lecture on, "The,
Primitive Main of Michoigams," at the
Aini Arboi' entertainmentofnext 'ThIurs-

day eveniing. The talk swill inocloide a a olw:1ies rnzc
swell i'ouinded treatment of the Inodian ,osoo t eattd b esom
aind will consider lbs discoveries otf aien ;Etnso remn
Indiain life in Washotenaw county. land '; Andorson, r; anod probably
The comsmittee ino charge of the en-
tertainment are imakiing evei'y possible
effort to discover lbs exact and an- S'It)N'l'A MILI'TARY ('AMP A'l
thentic location of floe original Atom's Lt'DING'I'ON WILL SOON BREAK
arbor and loopsefloat the meetinig will - -
result in a purchase of a tablet. Social eventis and drill nmarcesono-
flit as floetmoe draws near for the
break-til of the studenot military canip
at Ludioigton. The stay has beeii a
proitable onie foi' the memo and nosy
Sfloat target practice is over, arraioge-
[T Sh o Tuesday, Wednesdlay and
Thsdsare beions ofade ordthearycsil-
did P r s ei aridb ac a n
P r ;the dostamnce miarchoed wilt be about 10
Band concerts, dansces and bseachi
partie~s have helped to msaks e the n
particularly eijoyable. Last week an
amoaeur conoedy was presensted by floe
stadeoots with floe ait of a few of floe
Epwvortho Heighots repsrters. If is said
loaf Ohio play was swell given.
AWoB 'M 'It'I'il"IICA TES.ANI)
INSIGaNI I 1O VARSI'TY STAllS
K ID D "M"t certificates to floe onumer of
Phone 1530-J igau's varsity afhlefes ftois suomnmer,
according to a statemoentf fromssthei
athletic office. The accomopanying,
"varsify lint" seas given also, aond
-0000e of tfloe ones0000have been seeto
already ono fle camopus, shle alumnio
anod outof-o-tow'n athletes are recet--
boosingthIeirs though fle omail. tEleven
g a h swe're given for baseball, eighot for
trackhoatnd four for tennois.
1AItRY ('RASS GOES (ON'TRIP
Last Friday the claso ino library
msefthods wento to Detroit to saks oh-
sen.aisos. 'They visited the moain li-
brary anod several braonch libraries anod
stically in relation to every heard a numbooer of talks 000 library
I o rhk.
j 1fichigan ('ares for ('rippled C'itldren
Dr. Reuben Petersono, of the Medical
atmrosphere" csllege, bias moade a stateentootflat this
report fronm Iowa City, claimoing that
Iowa wvas the first state to care for
crippled childreon, is errooneous. Dr.
1want your photograph, Peterson shoswed thoaf Michigan leads
tw wihen we can devote boo flis service atoo also that Michoigano
to please 3 ou? is the onoly state whoicho cares for crip-
plest oadults float are toot indtigeont. Our-
bug thoe last year 700 chuildreno fook
& CPA C advanstage of the Utiversity hospital
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our nesw location, 211 So. Stain St. tf

A LAKE TRllP FOR REST AND RECREATION.
Have a real vacation on the Great Lakes, the most enjoyable cod
economical oting in America. The cool lake breeze., the ever-chosit. P
log scenes clang the shore and the luxueious steamees operated hy this
Company are positive guarantees that you witt enjoy every minute of
the trip, and return home refreshed and gtad you went.
TAKE A D. & C. BOAT WHEN YOU GO AFLOAT.
DailyeevieeteneDetroi nd Cleeland andDetroit and Bufalo. Frmlace 10th
to Setemobere1thtlSteamerseCityclfDetroit lland Cit ofCleeland 111, the"Two Giants"
sotse Get Lakee, neate daily service 00 the Buffalo Dieieion ou can'tafford to
toben the pleaueof a tide 'C fhe.looting palnce., FOUR TRIPS WEEKLY lroam
Toledo cod Deteoit to Macincslnd ad Wee Ports. Mackincslandc, the Historioc
SumsmeReotefthe North Conty, isbecom~ingemorseolaeeseascon oith the
Teoistsnoekigquietneescad repo-se. EKoosent Hotel end Boarding Houe aom
mcodntiosa eaus eonable rateo. TWO TRIPS WEEKLY BY SPECIAL STEAMER,
Cleveland to MackinacIlancd'noeboreecmruteesnetutDetoitecndAlea. DELIGHT-
FUL DAY TRtPS between bottoitsand Cleveland, during Jslyad August four trips
wsekly. DAILY SERVICE June 14th to Setem~ber IOhhbeteenTolsdand Pot-in-Bay.
RAILROAD TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR TRANSPORTATION oncD. & C. Le
Steames bnetea Detroi andBufalo lorDtritad eelad eithserdieton.
Sendlmtwoet samep for llstrlated pamphlst and Goeal Late Map. Addeaa L. 0G.Leots.
G. P ,A fDtroit Mich, Setoofspostereteaposmailed fcefivrees.a
Philiil.I ,McMillan, Pree, A. A. Schantz, Vice Pres. & Gent. Mgr..
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All steamersarrtive anddepart, ThurdAvaeueWheel., tetit.

"The next trunk I buy
will be an Indestructo"
BUY
C&I4ES~TRUGIU This is the opinion of
AGGAGEpeople everywhere who
kno wtb e ladsomse appear-
sues n and durability of In-
destructo brook-, or ult-o
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" convenientl they are f, r a
travelling and vnaaion trip,
Vt'se have a moss lists of
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.leti'her goods. Comocin avid
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west this soomnmer.
Indrolrucbo tmasks are
"absolutely guarant ed for
"five years, too matter hoov
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Summer Furnishings
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