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AT YOUR OOR THE ONLY OFFICIAL
3 TIMES A WEEK, 75c SUMMER NEWSPAPER
VOL. VII. No. 6. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1916. PRICE FIVE CENTS

SYS OD N Splendid Program
NEWS t:~Wednesday Night
Dr. Albert Lockwood and MIss Neora
_E______ G Hunt Will Appear as Soloists in
'tnly fne-Sixfl Remaiing; :Lumber . endonr
interests Ilave Gobbled Up. --
Everything The second number on the series of
Summer Complimentary Faculty Con-
certs will be given Wednesday even-
The importance of the work of the ing, July 12, at 8:00 o'clock in Hill
auditorium, at which time two favor-
tion of our national forests was ite soloists will appear on the pro-
brought out in the lecture by Profes- gra.
son Lovejoy, in the natural science Mr. Albert Lockwood, head of the
building yesterday afternoon. piano department, whose nusbers are
Takiqg as the subject of his lecture, always enjyed, will contribute two in-
"The Nation's Forests," Professore
teesting groups, while Miss Nro
Lovejoy proceeded to trace the history Crane Hunt, of the vocal faculty, will
of foresting from its earliest date, offer several attractive numbers.
when the rough lumberman tried to Among the songs which she will give,
Get all the money he could out of the is the selection of Mrs. Leila
wooded areas, to the present time Comstock Goodyear's compositons, "A
ihen the forester skilled to the high- Valentine." Miss Hunt has sung Mrs.
est degree possible in his craft, cre- Goodyear's compositions on former oc-
laees thse burned-over areas and cuts casions and they always make a deep
onlyv the ripe trees.
of the millions of acres formerly impression on her audience.
owd b the giovns mest, reraye The general public is cordially in-
owned by te government, we have vited to attend, and is rensinded that
now left only about one-sixth of the the concert will begin promptly i d at
,oods in this country, and almost all: ' k dhepdor plycs-
,f fcse re n th rogh murr.'rl 0:00 o'clock and the doors will be cs
of these are in lce rough mouncaco ed during the rendition of the num-
region of the Rockies," said Professor hers
tLovejoy in describing the way the
lumber interests have gobbled up the The entire program is as follows:
land. "One of the favorite tricks of Sonata (Op. 111 . Beethoven
the settler is to build a cabin, raise Albert Lockwood
Ave iMaria........Schubert
a few square feet of crops upon aA
quarter section and then after the gov- Nora Crane Hunt
ernment has deeded him the land sell Organ accompaniment by
it to the big lumber interests," said E arl V. Moore
Professor Lovejoy, in showing how Prelude (Op. 28).. . . ...Chopin
futile were the protests of the individ- Poe a r o rt
uals who wacit the nation to give the Poenm............. Scriabine
individuels free rights to the land in- Enigma...ar........ Scriabine
closed in le national forests. M . c et-d i
By means of colored slides, the x-" Mr. Locwood
pert forester showed the actual duties "Dav ii the Desert".Gertrude Ros
of the rangers and guards. They fighti " V te....... " ...........
fires in the summer, cut ripe trees."..'..yLeila Comystcklnoodyar
destroy wild animals, and settle all rhe Gift" . Mary Helen Brown
rights as to grazing within the bounds Miss Hunt
of the forests. That many of them Accompaniments by
have the interests of the nation greatly Mrs. Mimnie Davis Sherrill
at heart was shown by one man who -
recovered from illegal owners many Dayton Lecturer
thousands of acres, that had been ac- . P7 to hs o elLr
Wuired through the system of settlinig. I1 $ 77hif V eek
At the close of the lecture Professor
Lovejoy prophesied that the national Rabbi Leikowita Speaks on "History
forests would become in time the chief of Jewish Education" In New
recreation place of the whole nation. Science Building
"There are, abundant game supplies, S
the lisinlg in1 many of these forests is A series of lectures on "The History
of the best and the scenery is not sur- of Jewish Education," by Rabbi David
passed in the whole world," said Pro- Lefkowitz, of Dayton, Ohio, are to be
fe sr Lovejoy. All the rangers re- given at 5:00 o'clock today, Wednes-
cuire to allow on free access to this day and Thursday afternoons of this
paradise of the camper is the request wveek in the natural science building.
that you be careful of your-fices."
Rabbi Lefkwitz is sent out by the
Jewish Chautauqua Bureau and ranks
TH3l Y WON'T IlEsKl 'i'THE STEINS high as a lecturer. The subject of his
ON THE TAilTES AT NEW HAVEN first lecture is to be "The Literature
~ -~of the Maccabean Period."
New1 Havoen, Conn., July 11.-"Here's The Jewish lectures, given last year
to Good Old Tale, Drink It Down, and of similar nature, were well at'
Drink It Down" will no longer be tended and the audiences increased
sun; to the stirrimg accompaniment with each succeeding lecture.
of Ihe stens scmashing down on the-
oak, if Henry Stauffer, a Yale alumnus, Saxophone: Party Will he Given Friday
'80, 1 as his way about it. Fischer's saxophone banjorine or-
ury is t' organizer of the Fox chesra will give its first dance of the
Riser Nvatley Efiticincy league and isumnmer at Packard academy Friday
doesist believe in intoxicants. He night. It will be a one o'clock affair;
wats to substitute grape juice for the tickets may be obtained at Cushing's
amber fluid. Drug store.-
And the Poor Girl Didn't Have a
Solitary Thing to Put On!

How would you like t be a thous- own, and you had nothing to wear but
and miles firmie home nd have the one dress and dresses get soiled
trunik which contained all tics pretty ecuickly iii these hot days?
clothes that you had in the world lost This is what happened to Janet
by th carelesness of a vagrant bag- Crawford, a graduate of the High
gagfcman? State University, at Columbia, Penn.,
And then to cap the climax sup- and a summer student here. Miss
pose that a mean and utfsympathetic Crawford's mishap occurred in To-
railroad could not locate the trunk, ledo, where her trunk became mixed
but sent'you six other trunks con- up with about six other ones and she
taning en's wcearing apparel in a received the wrong check in ex-
more or less precarious condition and change for her own. Since that time
of course noise of -them were your she has not been able to locate it.

WHERE ARE YOU FELLOWS?
Where are the tenis players of the started by next week, otherwise it will
summer session? Sure they are on be impossible to finish before the end
.s of the summer session. Now Mr.
the ucurts but they are nsf sigiced u Tennis Player, it is up to you to make
for the tournament. There is only a this tournament a success, so go at
little while left now to get this thing once to The Wolverine office or to the
started and it will be necessary to clubcelub house and sign up. This is
have a good many more entries this your tournament and cannot be run
week so that the first round can be right without your support.
INODK ON NEIAI YM SOMMIED SESSION
PROCDESSINC FASI, CDEEPSiPSLOW[Y
Shower Baths and Unique Lockers Will Enrollment Approaches 1800 1 Mark
Furnish Attractive Adjunct to With Many Couing From All
New Building Parts of the Country
MANY SPECIAL ROOMS PROVIDED MICHIGAN STANDS NEAR TOP
Work on the annex to the new gyV- The latest reports from Dean Ed-
nasium has been progressing rapidly ward 11 Kraus show that the summer
this summer. The plans as drawn up session enrollment is still climbing.
by Superintendent Marks, of the Build-
ing and Grounds department, will Even at this late date, there are teach-
make the enlarged gymnasium 241 by ers from all parts of the country ar-
90 feet, instead of the 150 by 90 as riving to take work in the University.
formerly. - Last year there were 1667 enrolled.
By this increase the running track This year tic cumber is steadily ap-
has been Put down from the old meas- phoacyin the 1ur Cdmp
ure f 1 lap tothemileto 0 lp. ching the 100mark. Compared
ure of 14 laps to the mile to 10 lapiwith other colleges of the country.
There will be an increase of 60 perM
cen inthecapciy o th gynasumMichigan " stands about fifth in the
cent in the capacity of the gymnasium enumber enrolled ii the summer term.
proper. The numerical standing is as follows:
The shower baths number 55, with0
room for 20 tnore. They are lined with Columbia ...............7000
wiite tile throughout and will furnish Chicago ......_...,.... 3500
an attractive adjunct to the new build- California ...............3400
ing. Tht locker rooms containing 5,- Wisconsin ..... ........2650
* 000 lockers will be ventilated by a Michigan ...............1800
new system. Special outlets under This great difference in enrollment
each locker make it possible to draw is caused chiefly by the location of the
up the air through them and out of university in question. Institutions
the building, thus keeping the air in such as Columbia, Chicago, and Cali-
the locker space pure and fresh. Each formia are situated in large cities and
locker will be glazed with tile, thus call a class of people who are seek-
moking them easy to keep clean, ing the life of a large city with certain
Rooms for a visitor's gallery, box- recreational and sight-seeing advaic-
ing, fencing, and football quizzes will tages. An instance of this is shown in
also be provided. the case of California. Her normal
The work is planned so that the summer school attendance is around
gymnasium will be ready for class 3400. Last year because of the Pana-
work when the University opens in nia-Pacific exposition, the enrollment
the fall. The work on the south side s ent up to nearly 5000. This is not
of the building which is to contain the true of Mhichigan. The people who
offices of theAthletic Association and coe here are of a more industrious
the gymnasium staff, will not be begun fame of mind acd are interested
until the necessary funds are available. primarily in the intellectual features
The form is being built for the new of a summer school session. It is
swimming pool which is to be 75 feet an interesting fact that of Michigan's
long and 40 feet wide. The pool will summer school students, about 60 per
contain 120,000 gallons of water, and cent are people who are taking work
is to be at one end four feet deep, during the regular session. This per-
gradually sloping to a depth of 10 feet centage is much higher than in any
at the other end. In connection with other university of the country. At
the pool there will be a filter room Columbia only 15 per cent of the sum-
so that the water will be filtered every mer enrollment are students of the
day. According to plans, it will be regular session and this is approxi-
changed at least once every three mately the condition in the other large
weeks. universities.
SUBMARINE BREAKS RECORD rubbers lieeded in the services of the
Kaiser. The most remarkable feature
in conjunction with the arrival of the
Arrival of Great Submarine at Multi- nammcoth undersea boat is the an-
more Astonishes Country nouncement of her commander, Cap-
tain Paul Koenig that the Deutschland
Baltimore, Md., July 11.-From Bal- is only the first of a fleet of many such
timore comes the report of the great- vessels which have been -constructed
est epoch-making event that has oc- by the German government and wil
curred in sea annals of modern tines, ply back and forth between Germany
that of the arrival of the German and neutral countries
cruising submarine "Deutechland"
from a secret, perilous voyage acors William Was Job
the Atlantic unuder the very noses of W asn JoIhEll rc
the British scout cruisers and de- W hen the M erc
stroyers. Entered as a commerce car-
rier at the customs house it necessi-
tates a total revision of the rules gov- Girls, the old time Fiction Hero is
erning belligerents' commerce and the not dead, who at the risk of his life

examination of submarines; in it ex- 9 saves a young and beautiful heiress
perts say that the food blockade of This -was proven very emphatically
Germany is threatened, the problem yesterday when William Watkin,a
of American coast defense is threat- senior in the Dental college at the risk
ened, in a way England's very su- of his life stopped a wild team o
premacy of the sea is threatened. It horses at the corner of State St. ant
lies peacefully at the Baltimore pier North University Ave.
ready to discharge its cargo of dye- Watkin and two chums were stand
stuffs valued a $1,000,000 and to. take ing talking at State and University
on board a return cargo of metals and Ave., when suddenly their attentio

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SUMMED BA9SEBALL
10 GE1_SEIND orr,
Mass Meeting Tomorrow Night to
h1ring New League Into List
of Summer Sports
All men interested in the formation
of a summer baseball league are urged
to attemd the baseball mass meeting
to be held in the auditorium of the new
science building tomorrow night at
7:00, o'clock. At this time, officers of
the league will be elected and the man-
agers . of the various teams selected.
Verne N. Burnett, managing editor of
The Wolverine, will act as chairman
of the meeting, and George V. Labadie,
Varsity baseball captain, will give a
short talk.
The league this year will, as in the
past, consist of four departmental
teams, lit, law, engineering, and sci-
ence. This last team is to be made up
of amen from the pharmic, dent, and
medic departments. A schedule of
nine games will be played, the con-
tests being staged on the Ferry Field
diamonds. There are several Varsity
players in schoolthis summer who,
together with stars from the class
league and several players with pro-
fessional experience, will' form a
nucleus for the teams.
Coach Mitchell, of the Ypsi Normal
nine, has written to Athletic Director
Edmunds in regard to a series of
games to be played between the Nor-
malites and a picked team from the
University league. Besides these
games, it is probable that several con-
tests will be booked with teams froos
the City league.
THE UEWS FROM MEXICO
AMERICAN 1MARINES SHOT
San Antonio, Texas, July 11.-
American marines are reported to
have been fired upon and forced to
withdraw while seeking mines at Tam-
pico, recently, according to the El
Dia, a newspaper in BMonterey. The
report was purported to have been
made by General Naffarcite to General
Trevino, and im part follows:
"'t'oday two launches of the Amer-
ican warships lying at the entrance to
the port attempted to remove some of
the mines that I have placed at the
bar. Since they did not obey the sic-
nals made to them to suspend their
efforts, I ordered that a volley be
fixed at them. The crews of the
launches returned the fire, the ex-
change continuing for some 15 min-
utes. The launches then retired.
"From the movements of the Amer-
ican ships, it appears they may be
planning to disembark forces.
"I shall continue to mine the river.

I shall appreciate the dispatch of
dynamite."
Two sailors from the Salem were
- killed by Carranza soldiers while en-
- tering the harbor with dispatches
d June 27, according to a letter from
- Tampico received here today. The
American naval commander is report-
J ed to have demanded an explanation
Y from General Nafarrate by noon of
that day.
inny on the [Spot
Lants Horses Bolted
s was attracted by a loud noise coming
e from University Ave. The team of
. horses which are owned by The Mer-
y chants Delivery, and driven by Donald
a Mynnine had become untied and. were
k coming toward State St. at a terrific
f clip. .Watkin lost no time, but with all
d his might ran toward the horses, and
with another jump had them by the
- bridles. After being dragged along
y for a few feet he brought them to a
n halt.

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