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July 13, 1916 - Image 3

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The Wolverine, 1916-07-13

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19R f R ew lurk Statistician Claims Manya
Supporters For- reencloth T
Game d
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Annual Y. A. C. A. Booklet Will Con. King Baseball is dethroned. No long- f
tain Many New Features and Cuts * will the grand old game be known
of Churches as the "King of American Sports."
Henceforth billiards is the American
4,000 COPIES TO BE PUBLISHEI) National game.
Containing many newf According to John T. Doyle, statis-
Ctangmaynwfeatures such . .
as cuts of the various churches, and tician and billiard impresario, there
new directions for freshmen, the an- are many more actual billiard players
nual Y. M. C. A. booklet, called by the in the country than the supporters of
wise student the "freshman bible," the horsehide can boast. Mr. Doyle
went to press today, claims that he has reams and reams ofte
In addition to the new features the
"bible" will .have the conventional data which he is prepared to a lunch i
athletic standing of the University in in support of his statement. v
football, baseball, and the various "There are approximately 240,000 M
schedules for next year. , billiard players in Greater New York t
Editing and distribution of the new and 4,000,000 of them in the country," l
handbook has been done by S. J. ers in and about New York." C
Slavens, '17, and J. W. Thomas, '16. said Doyle recently in his little office s
There will be about 4000 of the books On Forty-second street, New York. s
and the men in charge hope to get the Doyle reached for 0 pencil and a small
booklet in the hands of every fresh- pad of note paper. He began to jot s
man on the campus next year and a down figures as fast as he could write. i
goodly number of the upperclassmen. "The only sports that New Yorkers a
Plans for the fall work are not yet participate in to any large extent be- fa
complete but it is 'expected that a sides billiards and baseball are golf H
new system of distribution will be in and tennis," he resumed. "It is hard a
vogue. to estimate the exact number of tennis y
Earl V. Moore to Present Coaurse, FOR
on "Evolution of Eastman Kodaks
Guaranteed Am
The faculty of the University School
Of Music are busily engaged in con-
ducting the Summer Session. The en-
rollment which is already large, is in- I have led while others followed i
creasing rapidly and will no doubt years. Now wve are still leading.
surpass that of previous years. or no charge. We give you "Pea
In addition to the' regular courses in a plenty of Metol (which we coul
Theory, a new course has been insti- we vesture to say that no other fir
tuted by Earl V. Moore, who is in
charge of the theory department dur- if you want the bestresults yo
ing the summer, namely, a course in Two Doors from LY N D o
the Evolution of Opera. Hill Auditorium
The purpose of this course is to
familiarize students with the main
movements in the development of '
opera by means of lectures, which deal
with the historical side, and illustra-
tive material from selected operas Yo and You
which present definite examples from
which the evolution of the art form
may be studied. Especial attention
will be given to the music dramas of
Richard Wagner, and each"one will be
analyzed in detaiL The lectures are
illuminated with lantern slides, whil YOk
the illustrative material is presented Jo
by means of victrola records and or- 1t w
chestrelle rolls.
This course which meets six hours 2 rt
a week during July only, will be added hw
to the courses given during the reg- less
ular session of the school. It is an- "ma
nounced for the first semester as an
elective, with no pre-requisites.
LOST--On or ear C'ampus Saturday
afternoon, July 8, enameled silver
bluebird pin withsa sety catch. --- 10C
Finder return to Calkins Drug Store
on State for reward.

layers, but golf is easy to estimate
There are 100 courses within 40 miles
of Broadway averaging 400 members
piece. That makes a total of 40,000
The public links have about 10,000 ad-
itional, with 9,000 licenses out, anc
bout 1,000 others who pay the daily
ce. Thus there are about 50,000 golf-
Central Star. To
Enter Universit5
Ward 'idver, All-State Center, Comet
hlighly Touted for Fresh
Football prospects for 1917 will losp
onsiderably brighter, if one prospect-
ve Michigander lives up to his ad-
ance notices. This young man is
Ward Culver, captain and center of
he Detroit Central high school eleven
ast fall. He was the mainstay of what
oach Cleo O'Donnell, of Everett high
chool, claims was the greatest prep
cihool line he has ever seen.
The young Detroiter is a big fellow,
tanding 0 feet in height and weighing
n at 5 pounds. He plays a hard,
ggressive game and is remarkably
ast on his feet for a man of his size.
e has been picked unanimously as
ll-state center for the last three
719 N. University Ave.
Eastman Films
ateur Finishing
Negatibes a Specialty
n amateur finishing for twelve
We guarantee perfect results
ce Time Results," as we have
Id sell at $50.00 per lb.) and
m is using Metol for finishing.
u will bring your films here.
N' S 719 North


University Avenue

rFrien s--and
u tried it because e told
u how good and delicious
;t 3our friends began ~-
nhing itbecause yo told them
goodit was. This istheend-
-chain of enthusiasm that has
de Coca-Cola the beverage of 1
Demand the genuine by full
-nicknames enewirage sukstit

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