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The Wolverine, 1916-07-06

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THE WOLVERINE

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..Develops films and plates (he devel-
oped his first film twenty-three years
ago.
2. Makes prints-any kind you want.
3. Makes enlargements-all sixes.
" 4. Takes pictures to order, indoors or
71 3 -out, anywhere, any time, any size.
5. Has for sale the most artistic views
E t us in and around Ann Arbor ever made.
Eas T-v" Drop in andlook them over.

Suffffer coo Bok
And Supplies
SHEEHAN" S
Students' Bookstore
NEW MANAGEMENT

BLOD-MUBLN BATTLE
A1NAITINCAlT NEIARK
Four greatest Thaber Tolpers ina-
tion to Cotend in One Event
In East This Fall
The National A. A. U. track cha.
pionships, to be held at Newark, N. J.,
early in September, promise to furish
some of the most hair-raising contests
ever staged in the history of American
track athletics. The competition in
one race especially, the 120-yard high
hurdles, is expected to be c world
championship caliber.
This event will bring together for
the first time the four greatest timber
toppers in America, Bob Simpson, of
the University of Missouri, Fred Kel-
ley, of the University of Southern Cali-
fornia, Fred Murray, Leland Stanford
University, and Earl Thompson, of the
Olympic Club, San Francisco. Each e
these men has made the distance in
15 seconds flat or better, but experts
are prone to pick Simpson as the best
of the lot. The tall lad from the
Show-me state has twice this spring
hung up a mark of 14 3-5 in the high
fences, and appears to make 14 4-5 al-
most at will. Thompson has also been
timed at 14 3-5, but the m-rk has
never been accepted. Murray is the
man who ran away with first honors
in the high sticks at the Eastern In-
tercollegiate this spring, while Kelley
is a hurdler of international reputa-
tion.
One young man who will have his
hands full at the Newark meet is Ted
Meredith, the wonderful runner rom
the University of Pennsylvania. In
the quarter mile he will be confronted
by Binga Dismond, the crack colored
sprinter of the University of Chicago.
Bothtmen ran the quarter mile intrec-
ord time this spring, Meredith at the
Eastern Intercollegiates and Dismond
at the Western Conference meet. In
the half, the Quaker flyer will stack
up against Don Scott, the dark-horse
runner from Mississippi A. and M.,
who captured the 880 at the Cnfer-
ence meet in 1-5 of a second less than
Meredith's record, although le rai
seven yards too far.
FIVE SENIORS CHOOSE "Y" WORE
Relnann, Hunt, Johnson, Clark and
Lovejoy Getting Secretary-
shipss
Out of the senior class of 1916 there
are five men going into Y. M. C. A.
work. Lewis Reimann who was presi-
dent of the University Association
this last year is taking up county work
in Barry county. Philip Lovejoy, who
had charge of the employment work
this last year, goes to New York City
to do play ground work there. Waldo
Hunt, I. C. Johnson, Ray Flynn, and
Harvey Clark, '14, will leave soon for
work in the war zone. A great deal of
interest has been shown by the local
association in the Y. M. C. A. work in
the war zone, and $165.00 has been
raised for that work.

Profs Partake
Pink Lemonade
Circus Draws Faculty, as Well as Kids
With Freckles, to Side Shows
and Front Seats
Primarily circuses are intended for
freckle-faced boys of about twelve,
but, after all there is no very good
reason why professors of,-well, of
any age, should not also be allowed to
indulge. At least that is the way cer-
tain eminent faculty men seemed to
feel about the matter at the Gentry
Brothers' circus this week. And they
didn't stop at that, for they were set
upon seeing the whole show through,
including side shows, pink lemonade
stands, and peanut wagons.
Though there were a few who de-
clined to betray more than a slight in-
terest in the mischievous monkeys or
the daring dogs, enthusiasm ran high
in all when the lovely ladies on horse-
back appeared, and competition for the
front row was close between the
freckled lads and,-well, pick out your
favorite professor; he was there.
PATROLMEN ENFORCE EDICTS
OF CITY FATHERS HINCEFORTI
Primeval Bathing Costuming Barred;
No More "Keg Parties" or
Fires Tolerated
A patrolman has been emplyed to
enforce the laws prohibiting bathing
in Barton pond and compelling stu-
dents to wear bathing suits while
bathing below the pond. In addition
to this, all shooting or disordely eco-
duct of any kind is tabored. No ne
keg parties, careful stamping-out of
camp-fires by the festive picknicke',%
and no fires at all on Cedar Bend -.
Glen drives are among the rules in-
sisted upon. 'the patrolman is also
instructed to prevent any destryinig
of shrubbery or other property and to
enforce any other rules enacted 3
the parks commission or the Huroi
Farms Company.
Automobiles should niter Ceder
Bend drive from Broadway and not
from Wall street. Glen* drive may be
entered from either Geddes or Obser-
vatory avenues.
Arrests have already been made.
One man was taken Tuesday while
celebrating the fourth by shooting on
the river. Two have been recently ar-
rested for swimming above the boat
house without suits, while last month
twelve were so caught.
LITTLE WOMAN IN BROWN SHAWL
STARTS SOLDIERS' AID FUND
A little wrinkled woman in a brown
shawl, appeared in a local office yes-
terday and gave a dollar bill to start
a soldier aid fund for Company I, after
remarking that she had lost a son in
the Civil war, and now had a grandson
at Camp Grayling.
LAWYERS, you were in our minds
when we wrote our ad on page 3.
Hamilton Business College.
L VN C H R OO M
LVNCHES and SODAS
338 SO. STATE STREET
COUSINS & HALL
ftorsts
1002 S. UNIVERSITY AVE.
Both Phones 115 . Ann Arbor, Mich,

FIOBM Elf WOLYERIN-1
CAPTAIN STARRINO'
(Continued from Page One)
graceful to an extreme. Every iove
he makes is a pretty thing to watch.
F 's quite a sizable youth and carries
a lot of weight, but he is wonderfully
proportioned. Lajoie was considered
ne of the most graceful men that ever
stetpped on a ball field, yet those who
lia-c seen Sisler, and also the great
Larry in his prime, pass the laurels
to Sisler.
"There is nothing in the baseball
wa.' that Sisler cannot do, and do
better than the average ball player.
He iE a grand hitter,,and his hits exude
ath that came z-z-z-tug that used t:
coime from the bats of Wagner, Lajoi ,
Delehanty, and other clouters. Sisler
speed demon. He can travel to
first as fast as any man in the game.
Few can beat him in a dash from home
lslate to second base. He reaches the
crest of his great speed after he makes
the turn.
"Sisler originally was a pitcher for
the University of Michigan. Now he's
first basing for the Browns because
they need him there more than they
do in the pitcher's box. Put him any-
where in the lineup and he is a star.
He can play any position with equal
brilliancy. And wherever he is put
he covers acres of ground and demon-
strates that he is one of the greatest
all-around players that the game has
,)roduced. And, best of all, Sisler has
trains."
TEACHERS: past, present or future,
you will find something in our ad on
page 3 to interest you. Hamilton Busi-
ness College.
Sborthau d Typewriting
Bookkeeping Penmanship
Hamilton Business College
State and William

WELLINGTON TINKEUI
Secretary Tinker, of the University
"Y," has been appointed special secre-
tary of the International Y. M. C. A.,
and will have oversight of all state
university "Y" work. Ie is now pre-
paring an elaborate report based omn
seven year's experience at Michigan.
LYMAN JIRYSON JAUNTS OVER
TRAIL BLAZED BY TOIIMONS
Lyman L. Bryson, popular instruc-
tor in tht rhetoric faculty, is on his
way over the route which the Mor-
monO took during the past century
when they migrated westward to Salt
Lake City and vicinity. He is in cema.-
pany with a novelist who is gotting
material lor a novel based on the
Mlormons of Utah. Mr. Bryson is also
gathering material. He will return ft
his former position on the rhetoric
faculty this autumn.-

The New Catalogue
of the
iliversity of ichigan.
IS NOW READY
Complete information concerning the eight Colleges
and Schools:
LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS,
ENGINEERING, MEDICINE, LAW, PHAR-
MACY, h O MEOPATHY, DEN T ISTRY
GRADUATE, AND THE SUMMER SESSION
Special Cou rses 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 sanita-
tion 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
Secretary University Any Arbor, Mich.

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