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THE WOLVERINE

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COAST CHAMPIONS
STAGE BI G MEET-
I etesmine Far Western Track and
Feld Championship and National
Boxing Championship
11LUlIAY AND MltcCOUGl ENTER
Southern California is to see its
biggest athletic carnival in years with-
in, the next few weeks, according to
an announcement just made by the
P-anama-California International Ex-
position.
The far Western track and field
championship and the Panama-Cali-
fornia International Exposition na-
tional boxing championship will be
held August 17, 18 and 19, in the
wonderful stadium at San Diego, un-
der the auspices of the Exposition
management. Final arrangements for
these big events were made this week
by Bob Weaver, president of the South-
ern Pacific Association of the A. A. U.
Hundreds of the star athletes of the
country will begin training immediate-
ly and at least 200 of them will arrive
in the Exposition city for the big
events during the middle of August.
The combination of the national box-
ing events and the far Western track
and field contests will mean that
Southern California will have the fin-
est program of amateur sports ever
held in the Southern part of the state
at one meet.
A number of world champions will
compete at San Diego. In the track
and field meet will be such noted ath-
letes as Fred Kelly, world's champion
hurdler, who won his laurels at Stock-
holm, Sweden, in 1912; Howard Drew,
America's premier colored sprinter,
Earl Thompson, freshman at U. S. C.,
who three weeks ago broke the world's
high hurdle record; and Meredith
House, who captured every event in
San Diego when he appeared at the
stadium last spring.
"Fig" Murray, Stanford's track
captain, who recently defeated all of
the Eastern colleges' best hurdlers att
the Intercollegiates, has assured the
management of the meet that he will
enter both hurdle races besides the
100-yard dash. Clarence Beebe and

Mort Bonett will again fight out their
battle for supremacy in the half mile.
Lonett holds the Pacific coast record
in this event of 1:5, 3-5,-while Beebe
covered lbs half nile this year in
1:50 1-5.
In the field events, such well-known
athletes as Roy Bagnard, the L. A. A.
C. wonder; Bert McCough, Stanford's
champion shot-putter; Charles Borg-
strom, Pacific coast champion in the
pole vault; George Dorine, national
champion high jumper, and other big
ones will compete. In addition to the
Pacific coast athletes Colorado and
Utah will send their best men for the
Exposition events.
In the Exposition national boxing
championship four national champions
will appear to defend their title.
L. LeHeraux, national heavyweight
champion who has held the title for
two years, will wear the colors of the
San Francisco Olympic Club; Madden,
Gleason, Baird, and Sontag will rep-
resent the Seattle Athletic Club. Tlse
Los Angeles Athletie Club probably
will be represented by at least 15 of
it; best boxers, and the above array of
talent will be increased by glove men
from other amateur athletic clubs.
The boxing events will be held at
night on two and possibly three nights,
with the finals Saturday. The field and
track events will be staged Saturday
afternoon, August 19.
German Losses Total 1Iglia
London, July 11.-The German cas-
ualties are >,021,037 from the begii-
ning of the war until the end of June
as computed from offical German re-
ports, according to an official state-
ment issued here today. These figuree,
include all German nationalities. They
do not include naval losses, or cas-
ualties of colonial troops.
American Field Headquarters, Xlex-
ico, by radio to Columbus, N. M., July
11.--Carranza government authoritiei'
have taken over the great Hearst
ranch at Babicora, :'ecording to reports
received here late last night. John C.
Hayes, manager of the ranch reports
that a manager has been installed by
the Carranza military authorities. Mr.
Hayes is going to El Paso.
13abicora ranch is 100 Miles south of
the field headquarters of General
Pershing.

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FExecutive
iks In Detroit
Wilson Addresses Sales-
ip C'ongress; Goes Is SW
Ford Piant
July 11.--President Wood-
in appeared in Detroit yes-
nd addressed the World's
hip congress, 3,000 strong,
cadia, and then gave a talk
icheon held in the D. A. C.
on accompanied the Presi-
the couple were convoyed
udward aenue to the Henry
t where a crowd of perhaps
ople crushed in upon the
iterest, several ieig imjured
i. The President's speeches
no references to Democrats
f the Democrati party, but
erences could be drawn as
lilies iromithee speeches he
le of his address has beeni
below:
are days of incalculable
iy fellow citizens. It is un-
for anybody to predict any-
t is certain in detail with re-
ce future, either of this coun-
e world, in the large move_
business. But one thing is
clear, aid that is that the
atees wili play a new part of
ented opportuity and of
icreased responsibility. The
ates has had a very singular
respect to its business re-
is with the rest of the world.
e always believed, and I
have always believed, that
more business genius in the
tates than anywhere else in
d, and yet America has, ap-
been afraid of touching too
y the great processes of ii-
al exchange.
erica aseIcn 'linida
ecs of all countries in the
is been tuid and has not
stly, has iituntiiil witiinite
or three years provided itself
fundamental instrumentali-
playiig a large part iii te
the 'world. Americ, which
have hail the broadest vision
flos, has raised sp an extra-
number of provincial think-
ewho thought provincially
siess, sen who thought that
ed States was not ready to
comeiiititive part las the stuig-
lie ledcefel i'oiiquiest of the
For anybody who reflects
icdly upon tce history of
try, that is the most anaz-
about it. ci iithe time for
i thinkers has gone by. We
y a great part in the world
ce eloose it or not."
last Sudy ('eliis
are goinsg to sell thisgs in
countries they must rather
be different from those which
in the cold Arctic countries.
ot assume that tne rest of the
going to wear or use or manu-
what you wear and use and
ire Your raw materials
the rai materials that they
the raw materials that you
ur manufactured goods must
factured goods that they de-
those which other markets
red.
,o your business will keep
Ih your knowledge, not of
and of your manufacturing
but of them and their com-
eeds.
is statesmanship, secause
ating your international ac-
s the conditions which exist
countries. If we can oncee
some gentlemen are so loath

s-a merchant marine-(ap-
f we can once get in a posi-
liver our own goods, then the
have to deliver will be ad-
the desire of those to whomn
er them, and all the world
ome America in the great
sumerce and manufacture.
hia 'e idBlooded Word
hus be ena geat deal of
fellow citizens, about service,
he word had not been sur-
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