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The Wolverine, 1916-07-01

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THE WOLVERINE

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4 IHlg IN TOLEDO MEET
Hal Smith Proves Star of Meet, Taking
Two Firsts in 104)
and 220
P 'i' BREAKS HALF RECORD

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niuratYE R it rES sF MUSICAL t race sor aMienigan,
TULUWS POR COMiNG YEAR copped off the Toledo municipal track
_____ meet with a total of 28 points, having
a wide margin over the Cincinnati Y.
LETTER'SL FiRJ [FroV 5 1T' guide the destinies of the musical it. C. A., their nearest competitors.
clubs for the coming regular Univer- Oreton (Ill.) high was third. Captain'
Baseball Team Gets 23 Awards; 1919 sity term, the following officers have Hal Smith was the shining light of the
Emblems Granted to 32 at a recent meeting: ue, taking first in both the 100 and
Fresh ~ abee. chosen atHis aikefe1nlotmnethiceo
Fresh President, H. L. Davis, '17; vice-press-j 20. His mark of 10 flot in the cen-
dent, Leonard 0. Aldrich, '17E; leader ury was 1-5 of a second faster than
As a reward for their efforts on dia- of the Glee club, Chase B. Sikes, '16; the race has ever been run in Toledo.
mond, track and court, 13 "M's", 6 "A. leader of the Mandolin club, Harold 1is tire in the 220 was 22 flat.
M. A's," 4 'R' and 32 "1919's" were Forsythe, '17. the following men will Murphy also distinguished himself
given out to Michigan athletes as a re- represvz't and Mandolin and Glee clubs by shattering the Maumee City mark
suit of the action of the board of respectively upon the executive com- iin the half-mile, making the distance
awards. Of these awards, 23 went to mittee: Alan D. Honey, '17D, and T. in 1 minute and 55 seconds, which is
the Varsity baseball team; 13 to the Sa Barnett, '16.5 of a second better than "Joe"
freshman diamond squad, 15 to the Uaer's Ferry Field record. The quar-
yearling track team, and four to the ter-mile went to Griest in 50 4-5 sec-
all-fresh tennis team. Following is a Provi0es Reduced CbIld Care Expenses onds, aith Fox a close second. The
list of the men receiving the yellow Auditor General Fuller- has notified Wolverine quartet also took the one
letters: the probate judges throughout the mile relay.
"M," Baseball - Captain Labadie, state that children sent to the Univer- Sherman Landers, the schoolboy
Captain-elect Brandell, Miller Dunne, oity hospitals are frequently sent to wonder from Oregon, Ill., was on hand
Niemann, Harrington, Thomas, Wal- Ann Arbor several days before the and took thirds in the 100 and 220-yard
terhouse, Robins, Roehm, Newell, Cas- hospitals are ready to receive the new dashes. Moorhead, the Scott high boy
well, and Reem. patients. Hereafter, the added ex- who showed up so well in the Mich-
"A. M. A.," Baseball-Andrus, Ohl- pense thus incurred, which the state igan interscholastic this year, was the
macher, Roberts, Birmingham, Smith has been paying, will be paid for only star of the high school division, win-
and Larson. one day prior to the treatment. Auditor ning the championship of this class
"R," Baseball-Galbraith, Johns, Ip- Fuller announces that the state paid for his team almost single-handed.
pel, and Bialosky. $74,278 last year for children sent for
"1919," Baseball-Captain Morrison, treatment Ln this city. I'lOtEIN NEWS SERVICE ADDED
Glenn, Parks, Turner, Adams, Middle-
ditch, Dancer, Horwitz, Kirschgessner, E. Palmer to Ilead Football Smoker Improvements in The Wolverine for
Hall, Smith, Saunders, and Cooper. sCoulter,'17L president of the this summer include the prospects of
Track-Captain Fox, Horr, Garlock, Glenn ' an appreciably and better trained
Sedgwick, Comloquoy, Fuess, Tuttle, Michigan Union, has appointed Edwin group of tryouts on the editorial side,
Herlihy, Beardsley, McMillan, laigh, Palmer, '17, chairman of the Union the installation of some form of for-
Bellt Won", Wright, and Cudlip. football smoker. The chairmen of the eign news service, and the giving of
Tennis-Captain Steketee, Hicks, various -other committees will be ap- credits by the journalism faculty to
Strouse, and Knoche. pointed some time during the summer. some of the Wolverine workers.

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CAMPOS CBAMPIONSDIP
FOP 186 WON BY dJLITS
Third Year Men Prove Baseball Ability
by Losing Only One
Game

willing to risk the loss of its numerals
by tossing a coin.
Final Standing of the Teams
Team- Won. Lost. Pet.
Junior Lits ..........7 1 .865
Junior Engineers ... 6 2 .650
Senior Laws ........ 6 2 .650
Junior Dents ........ 4 3 .571
Medics .............. 4 3 .571
Senior Engineers .... 2 6 .350

When the smoke of battle had clear- Senior Lits .......... 0 3 .000
ed away from the class baseball sea- Junior*Laws ......... 0 4 .000
son, the J-lit aggregation was found' Foresters..,......... 0 5 .000
in undisputed possession of first place.
The third year men got away to a poor MICHIGAN MEN TO EDIT BOOK
start, dropping the first game to the
Medics,' but soon struck their real
stride and finished up the schedule Profs. Wenley, Hobbs, Reeves, Vibbert
with an otherwise clean slate. The on Staff of Pro-French Publication
work of Captain Trost at short and of
Fraser behind the bat were important
factors in the success of the '17 crowd, Professors R. M. Wenley, W. H.
while Flynn, Codd and Davidson form- Hobbs, J. R Reeves, and C. W. Vibbert
ed the most feared hurling staff in the have been named along with about 50
league. other noted professors from various
The J-engineers and the senior laws American universities, to help edit a
tied for second place, the former team special book for the advancement in
being awarded the honor by the toss; this country of French learning. Dean
of a coin. These teams owe their high J. H. Wigmore ,of Northwestern Unt-
position in great part io the efforts of' versity, will act as editor-in-chief.
two pitchers, Martin for the boiler- Professor Hobbs will have charge of
makers and McNamara for the bar- the section relating to geology; Pro-
risters. Inasmuch as only four sets fessor Reeves will head the part bear-
of numerals are given out, the J-dents ing on international law; and Profes-
and the medics, being tied for fourth sors Wenley and Vibbert will take
place, have agreed to play the dead- over the philosophy department of the
lock off in the fall, neither team being publication.

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Louis Sabin Prominent Among
Recipients
At the commencement exercises yes-
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"erred upon as many men. Prominent
among those who received degrees
are, Louis Carleton Sabin of Sault St.
Marie, Mich., and Hon. Charles Spauld-
ig Thomas, formerly governor, and
now United States senator from Col-
orado.
The men who received honorary de-
;rees are: Master of Engineering,
Louis Carleton Sabin, Sault Ste. Marie,
Civil Engineer; Master of Science, Dr.
Frederick Brown Moorhead, Dean of
Dentistry, University of Illinois; Mas-
ter of Arts, Dr. James Riddle Goffe,
surgeon, New York City; M. A., Dr.
William Leroy Dunn, physician, Ashe-
ville, N. C., Mr. Charles Beecher War-
ren, Detroit, Mich., international law
practitioner; Doctor of Engineering,
Prof. Arthur Newell Talbot, sanitary
engineer, University of Illinois; Doc-
tor of Letters, Prof. John Watson, Doc-
tor of Laws, Queens University, Kings-
ton, Canada; Doctor of Laws, Mr.
Frank Freemant Reed, copyright law-
yer, Chicago,Ill; Henry Monroe Camp-
bell, lawyer, Detroit, Mich.; Dr. Al-
bert Ross Hill, President of the Unt-
versity of Missouri, Columbia, Ho.;
Hon. Arthur Carter Dennison, U. S.
Circuit Judge, Grand Rapids, Mich.;
Cass Gilbert, architect, New York
City; Hon. Charles Spaulding Thomas,
ex-Governor and U. S. Senator from
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