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THE WOLVERINE

( i l3E 1. SUIDWOITII, G'RAl.,
DIES INY A R A Y ANN AJIoR TIItSi)AT LO
FOR Miss Getrude: M r udorha
FOUS E, IN FA LL grduteof the Univesiy f ich iF
gan, died at her home on Forest ave- Iean
1,ane Hall is Considered by Experts nue Thursday morning, after an ill-
ta be Best Uuahersity Building ness lasting several weeks.
in Country Miss Sudworth was a teacher of
- - Latin aid German in several schools De,
WILL BE OPENED TO ALL and colleges after she received her Willi
A.B, from the University.
In 1903 she was Galled to Ann Arborconet
According to the latest reports, Lane by the death of her father, the late inter
hall, the new headquarters of the Dr. 13. B. Sudworth, and since that Depa
University Y. M. C. A., will be com- time has made her home in this city. Tl
pleted and ready for use about the Funeral services will be held this nept
middle of Octoher. afternoon at the residence, 520 Forest a
mideo coe.The huilding is ntary
one of the best buildings for Univer- avenue, with interment at Forest ifill ar
cemetery.
sity work in the country. There will says
be three floors. The basement will be armo
devoted to the reading rooms contain- $4yO0 TI IE SPENT ON "MAJ." the i
ing newspapers and periodicals, and FOR REPeIS lIUING UIIIEII ss
the rooms for the different class offi-
cers. Col. W. S. Dutterfield, who has con-
The first or main floor will be made tracted to retail the historic "Maj"
up of the lobby, main offices, consist- theater on Maynard street for five
ing of offices for the president, gener- years, states that extensive repairs
al secretary, and student pastors of will be made in the building during the WAS
the various churches, library, and re- summer months. Many big vaudeville
ception rooms, acts are promised for next year. At
The second floor will he used for least $4,000 is to be expended on im-11i
the dicing room, auditoriurs, and guest poeet hc nld h ntla
provemnscts which include the installa-
roosn. On each floor, especially in tion of a new heating and ventilation
the basement and second floors, there plant, a new stage floor, new scenery
will be ample room for social gather- in large quantities, a new and larger i
igs. entrance withiesar nrwandplarte
One of the distinctive features of front, newwh a larger ainopy in the 1
frnnwcarpets and linoleumns, re-
the new building is that it will be free pairs in seats and mpholsicrings, andiiark.
to all. Its use will not be restricted extensive interior deroratione. coip
to members only but will be thrown Wasi
open to the use of the student body. stlen
Thr il en suet GOVYfIINMNI 1 STUDIES GOAT lS
There will be no gymnasium or other GRtAZING O NATIONAL LAND
recreational facilities such as are versi
commonly installed in Y. M. C. A. gent.
buildings, this being adequately pro- Washington, D. C., July 8.-In con- liste
vided for b" the new Union building nection with the effort to introduce ident
and new gymnasium. the best methods of handling all the
It is said that the University of Min classes of livestock on the National the I
nesota is copying these plans for their Foresis, a siify if Ihe goat industry the
new headquarters. has been inaugurated by officials in a.e
-- charge who 'say that in parts of thei rm
en
Dean Vaughan's Son Goes to Grayling Southwest large numbers of Angora tre
Dr. J. Walter Vaughan, son of Dean goats are raised for their hair. In teen
Victor C. Vaughan, graduate of the 1915 over 50,000 of the animals were
medical school of the University of grazed on National Forests in six 1111(1
Michigan, prominent surgeon in De- states.
troit, member of the Michigan Reserve -----------_--
Corps, has been assigned for duty at Mrs. John B. Allen, formerly a Mich- t l
Grayling, Mich., where the militia have igan woman, aspires to be the first Char
been mobilized. woman United States Senator. chan
genita
cepte
COUSINS& HALL TUTTLE'S Was,
been
fIortt L U N C H. R O 0 M Yaki
1002 S. UNIVERSITY AVE. LVNCHES aid SODAS
Both Phones Il5 Ann Arbor, Mich. 338 S0. STATE STREET Nield
Then
TheThe

AL POOFESSODS LEASE
O WASHINGTON SOON
3, E. Cooley and Prof. W. 11.
Hobbs to Confer With War
Department
an Mortimer E. Copley and Prof.
am . Hobbs will go to Washing-
he latter part of next week, in the
est of the new Military Science
rtment.
ey expect to confer with the War
xtment concerning the appoint-
of an offirer to the Chair of Mul-
Scince, recently created by the
d of Regents. Professor Hobbs
that the idea of building an
wy is not to be given up, although
den has not received much suc-
so far.
intercollegiate
IIINOTON COLORS FLY
OVER STUDENT GUARDSMEN
ersity Company Leaves Campus
For Service on Iexican
Border
iversity of Washington, July 8.-
ia officers say that no more re-
able feat of recruiting was ac-
lished in the week of raising the
ington National Guard to war
igth than that of Company F of
econd Infantry regiment, the Uni-
ty of Washington's own contin-
Of 72 on the active and reserve
of the company at the time Pres-
t Wilson's call was sounded, and
whole number scattered all over
acific Northwest, 68 marched off
campus to entrain for American
muster camp. The remaining
er of the company at war
igth of 142 officers and men were
'iteu within thesweek.
TET (OES TO FRONT.
AS SECOND LIEUTENANT
iversity of Washington, July 8.-
les E. Gaches, Mt. Vernon mer-
t, a member of the Board of Re-
s of the State University, has ac-
d a second lieutenancy in the
ington National Guard, and has
assigned to Company C, of North
:ma
igan Alen( (et Noire Dame Degrees
tre )anmi, July 8.--'lhe degree o
eli' of Arts is conferred on John
h O'Donnell, Grand Rapids, Mich.
degree of tivil Engineer is con-
3 in Alfred Francis Fries, Grand
'm, Miich.
ss Held for Catholie Alumni
tre Dame, July 8.-At 8:30 o'clock
londay morning a Solemn High
;was offered in Sacred Heart
ch for the deceased members of
ilumni Association. Rev. Eugene
urke, of the class of '0, acted as
rant. He was assisted by Rev.
st Davis, '04, deacon, and Rev.
s Quinlan, '08, subdeacon,
Enroll in Washingtp University
ere are 1,350 students in the Uni-
ty of Washington summer ses-
nearly 300 more than in school
year.
PICTURESQUE MACKNAC
Famous Summer Resort of the
North Country

ached four times weekly by D, &
ine Steamers operating between
Io, Detroit and Coast Line Ports.
is the ideal spot for recreation
'est. Delightful side trips to the
and Snow Islands. Hotels and
ding Houses at reasonable rates.
«d two cent stamp for illustrated
hlet and Great Lakes Map, giv-
me tables, rates, etc. Address
D. & C. LAKE LINES
Dent. M.

Suinifer chool Books
And Supplies
SHEEHAN'S
Students' Bookstore
NEW MANAGEMENT

TWO VARSITY MEN SHOW HEELS
TO HELD IN CHICAGO MEET
In the recent track and field meet
that tools place between the Chicago
Athletic Association and the Illinois
Athletic Association on the Fourth of
July at Chicago, student enthusiasts
of track will learn with interest that
two cinder men from Michigan placed
with creditable honors.
Running for Chicago were George
Fox who ran the middle distance and
relay, and Fred Zoellin, who placed
in the hundred and won the 2:20 in
the time of 22:1-5. Fox won the half
'mile in easy fashion, it being the first
race he has run under his new title;
the coach thereupon placed him in the
relay which was won by Chicago.
Both men have been well known
upon the campus as having been de-
pendable performers in competition,
though Zoellin, a freshman, did not
get the opportunity to show calibre
as a Varsity man and it is hoped that
nothing will defer his intention or
ability to re-enter the University next
fall.
NEW YORK EPIDEMI(C SPREADS
New York, July 8.- With no abate-
ment of the epidemic of infantile
paralysis, the federal government has
offered, and is now ghving its aid to
the city officials in fighting the disease,
which has now mounted to 196 deaths,
22 of which occurred today. Eighty-
seven new cases were reported today,
19 of the fatal cases today having been
in Brooklyn. According to the health
officers, the only hope for relief seems
to be an approach of cool weather.

ANGLO-FRENCII STILL ADVANCE
Paris, July 8.-Germans making
furious assaults on the French posi-
tions at Thiaumony, at Verdun finally
gained a foothold but were immedi-
ately repulsed by French counter-
attacks.
London, July 8.-In their advance
along the Somme river today, the
British gained several new German
strongholds, including part of one of
the strongest of the redoubts, known
as the Leipzig redoubt. At La Boi-
selle, the British advanced more than
a mile into the strongest of the Ger-
man front,
MEXICO WARNS OF RAIDS
Washington, July 8.-- Carranza,
through Ambassador Designate Arre-
nondo, has warned the United States
of the approach toward the border of
a large bandit force of Villistas, who
have just overwhelmed a force of the
defacto government. The United States
has sent a conciliatory note which has
not yet had time to reach the Car-
ranza government.

Summer school students de-
siring practical experience in
newspaper work, either business
or editorial, should call at the
offices of The Wolverine, in the
Press building on Maynard
street. Tryouts will be held for
the first several issues, and then
staff appointments will be made.
By special arrangement, stu-
dents with at least six semes-
ters of credit can get credit in
summer school, by conferring
with the journalism faculty.

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