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The Wolverine, 1916-07-05

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THE WOLVERIINE

League will be held on Friday from 4
to 6 in Barbour Gymnasium. All wo-
Brides and men are cordially invited to this party
whether they are members of the
Brides- o- e League or not.
Y. f. C. A. WORKERS HOLD 10-DAY
s Katherine Wagner, daughter of CONFERENCE AT LAKE GENEVA
end Mrs. John P. Wagner was
ed to Mr. C. B. Skau on June 29.
kau is a graduate of the Law col- More than 903 delegates-the largest
and is now practising in Hart- convention of Y. M. C. A. college
Conn., where the couple will workers that has ever represented the
their future home. Middle West-held a 10-day conference
at Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, June 16 to
s Mildred Belle Crill, of 412 Cam- 26 One hundred and five Middle
:out, asmariedtoW. lifonWestern colleges and universities
1l of Detroit, Saturday evening, were represented. The University of
24. The ceremony took place at Michigan had 14 delegates present.;
une of the bride. A number of A distinctive feature of the work of
:-town guests were present. this year's camp at Lake Geneva was
a student contribution of over $10,000,
ong other things Ypsilanti has given for the supervision of Associa-
r brides. Sunday afternoon Miss tion work in the Middle West. The
ia Schrepper was married to Ed- students were addressed by Bishop
Lodge of Company I at Grayling. Theodore S. Henderson, John Timothy
te Lodge took advantage of a 48 Stone, and other men active in the
leave of absence to capture a Christian Student Movement. Besides
The ceremony was performed the advantages of the courses offered,
v. George W. Locke, of Detroit. the men enjoyed ten days of splendid
out-door life.
Dorothy Hanchett announces the The women of the University of
age of her daughter, Dorothy Til- Michigan Students' Christian Associa-
o A. C. Simons of Mt. Morris, on tion will be represented by more than
!7. at Detroit. Mr. Simons grad- 15 delegates at their Lake Geneva
from the engineering depart- Confereice to be held August 22 to
in June and Mrs. Simons was a September 1.
' in the Engineering college. That the importance of this work is
being keenly felt at the University of
s Grace Ethel McDonald, of De- Michigan is realized when we know
announces her engagement to that, of the 38 men the Y. M. C. A. of
E. Guthe of this city. Mr. Guthe this country is sending to the war zone
on of the late Dean Guthe. He for relief work, four' are Michigan
ated from the university in 1914, men.
now taking post graduate work -
irvard. TYPEWRITERS for rent or sale at
Hamilton Business College, State and
first party of the Women's William.
VISIT OUR NEW STORE

H.MJ.Sherwood, 'iS
Leads Racqueters
Although Wrecked by Graduation, Next
Year's Prospects Are Good
At a meeting of the Varsity tennis
squad, H. M. Sherwood, of Allegan,
Michigan., was unanimously elected
captain of the 1917 tennis team. Sher-
wood is a sophomore in the Literary
college and has proved himself an ex-
tremely valuable member of the team.
This year's team has practical-
ly been wiped out by graduation,
three of the four "M" men receiving
their sheepskins. Captain Crawford,
Switzer and Mack are the men lost to
the 1917 squad. Despite the lack of
letter men, however, the outlook for
next year is fairly bright. Four men
from the reserve squad, Codd, P. Stek-
etee, Shartel and Eaton, will be avail-
able, together with the four members
of this season's undefeated freshman
aggregation. E. Steketee and Knoche,
Of this latter crowd, are especially
promising looking 'youngsters.
Saginaw Youth
Headed This. Way
Phenominal High School Pitcher Says
He's Coming Here; Jennings
Tried to Sign Him
One budding athletic star who seems
to be headed toward Michigan is Earl
Brooks, phenomenal pitcher of the
Arthur gill high school of Saginaw.
This young man has ascended the
mound eight times this season and
has yet to allow his opponents an
earned run. He has averaged 16 strike
outs per game and during his last 17
rounds on the hill, he allowed but one
hit. Besides his hurling labors, Brooks
is considerable stickster, and hardly
a contest goes by that he does not con-
tribute two or more blows to the cause.
The Saginaw youngster is a husky
lad, standing 6 feet 2 inches in his
Holeproofs and tipping the beam at
180 pounds. He is 18-years old. Hughie
Jennings, manager of the Detroit Tig-
ers, gave him a week's workout with
the Bengals on Navin Field, and was
so pleased with his wares that he at-
tempted to get his signature to a
Tiger contract. Brooks, however, re-
fused to sign, stating that he intended
to enter the University of Michigan
and did not wish to impair his amateur
standing.
A. HAHN,'041, COACH AT BROWN
Starred Here and Won in Olympic Con-
tests; Taber Wil Assist
Archie Hahn, '04, who won his '"M
in track n 1901, and twice winner o'
the dashes in the Olymri gane, ha
been appointed coach of Prown Uni-
versity athletics for a long term o
y ears. According to eastern eports
Hahn has aroused mere inteesti
ethetics at Brown during the last
several months he has been assistin
in the coaching at that institutions
than has been seen there for i scs
years.
Hahn will be assisted by Ncrma"
Taber, holder of the world's record
for the mile run.
EXCERPTS FROM NEARBY PAPERS
Some Little Swatter, Eh Lizzie
"Lizzie Lynch, nine years old, of
Joliet, Ill., in two days recently
swatted fatally 7,200 flies. City

championship record,"
Accompanying 'Em on the Ivories
"Anybody needing dental work can
be accompanied this week at the den-
tal building."-An Arbor Times-News.
"His Ant Iva Hill came down in a
buggy."-Saline Thunderbolt. (A ink-
pot will whortle at the guy who dares
make a pun on "ant" and "buggy.")
PACKARD ACADEMY dancing class
begins July 3, 8:00 p. m. Private les-
sons by appointment.

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HEALTH SEDIE OPENS
ITBERCULOSIS CAMP IGN HELB
BY DR. H. H. CUMMINGS, SHOWS
Hi POSITIVE CASES
The health service will be open dur-
ing the summer schooi daily from
10:00 to 12:00 o'clock, under the su-
pervision of Dr. Clyde B. Stouffer. Dr.
H. H. Cummings is at present working
on the state tuberculosis campaign
with headquarters at Houghton in the
upper peninsula, and will not be in
Ann Arbor for four or five weeks.
Statistics given out recently by Dr:
Cummings, who had charge of the
tuberculosis campaign on the campus
during the last two months of the
school year, show that 55 positive
cases of that disease existed on the
campus, while five cases were sus-
picioned. Of the 55 positive cases 16
'Avere suffering from the dread malady
in such an advanced form that it was
necessary for them to leave school and

seek treatment in tuberculosis sani-
tariums.
Blanks for the campaign were filled
out by more than 4,000 students, of
which number 522 were asked to re-
port for an examination by the health
service physicians, but only 366 of
those requested reported,
ANONYMOUS EXCERPTS:-
A Sensation
Biologists say there is aestavation
in the summer just as much as hiber-
nation in the winter. In our estima-
tion there is a lucky starvation (from
h. cost of 1. and the G. War), making
a big aestavation of regulation faculty
participation for our summer session.
Don't read Sir Launfal this summer.
It might worry you with the thoughts
of cutting the grass.
LOST
LOST-A pair of nose glasses, without
case, between 920 E. Ann and Uni-
versity hall. Return to 920 E. Ann.
354-M. Reward.

Fountain of Youth
State and Liberty

You and YourFriens-and
You tried it because setold
you how good and delicious
it was.
But our friends began
" r drinking itbecause you told them
how godit was. This is the end-
less cain of enthusiasm that has
"N, made Coca-Cola the beverago of
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braiches yoss c{i procure a better position in the fall
LAWYERS
. ;very tudeunt of law should be able to write short-
barnd and optrate a typewriter. You can use short-
h and in the class-room now and at court later on
BUSINESS STUDENTS
A knowledge of stenography and book-keeping is
the 42 centimeter gun that will open for you the way
into the business world
Join the summer classes at
Hamilton Business College
State and William Phone 342-R

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