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The Wolverine, 1916-07-18

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SUER E0 0 R THE ONLY OFFI
ES A WEEK, 75c SUMMER NEWSPI

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN,-TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1916

PRICE

ST\LLEN KILL ED
DY HAYTEDDED
Year Old Son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Stiller Wies Instantly,
Today
INAWAjY HORSES CAUSE
obert Stiller, 13 years' old, son of
and Mrs. Henry W. Stiller, of 315
th 8th street, was instantly killed
ly this morning when the prongs'
a hay-tedder penetrated his skull.
ung Stiller ha.d been working for
l Martin on the Bird and Martin
so a rile west of the city limits on
ler Ave. He was driving the hay-
der when the horses became fright-
d and started to run, throwing him
m the seat.
'he prongs of the machine penetrat-
his skull in several places. He was
conscious when picked up by a
mer working in the next field. Dr.
1 A. Gates, of Ann Arbor, was call-
but the boy died before he arrived.
ast .Iinute9News
Told in Brief
ondon, July 18.-The battle on the
stern front' has so increased in
pe that it is now practically a con-
uous fighting,.line 90 miles long
m the Somme river to the North

Newberry Tire
B rig ade Drills'
Rap! rap' rap' the girlsar march-
ing. Not even the militiamen could
have outdone them, last Thursday
night, when the first fire-drill was
given at Newberry Residence.
The only distinct difference between
the troops and the army of girls was
that there was whispering and gigg-
ling here and there, in spite of the
fact that they were warned to pre-
serve a dignified silence. The drill
went exceedingly -well, nevertheless,
and the girls are now putting in their
spare moments sliding down brass
poles and otherwise preparing them-
selves for the lives of a fire man, so
the critics figuratively aver.
THE NEWS FROM MEXICO
El Paso, Tex., July 18.-Tired, but
in the best of spirits, the members of
the thirty-second regiment, Michigan
National Guard, arrived here at 2
o'clock this morning from the state
mobilization camp at Grayling, accord-
ing to the Detroit Free Press this
morning.
Imn ediately upon detraining, the
men marched to Camp Cotton, where
they were assigned quarters directly
to the east of the Thirty-first. They
found that water piping had been laid
in advance and that conditions in gen-
eral about the camp were of the best.
Upon reaching camp, the boys, with
the aid of hundreds of lights, hurried

I .S
INHUVOON SUODA
Gordon Willard Loses Life While
Swi mning Below Scl Dam;
Companion Saved
WIFE WITNESS OF TRAGEDY
Gordon Willard, 25, a machinist em-
ployed by the Superior manufactur-
ing company, was drowned Sunday
afternoon while swimming in the Hur-
on river just below the Scio dam while
his wife and a party of friends looked
on, unable to render assistance.
Caught in a treacherous undertow,
Willard was dragged down in about
nine feet of water, while his brother-
in-law, Alfred Keubler, who was also
caught in the current, was more lucky
and was saved only by the pulmotor
which the Eastern Michigan Edison
company rushed to the scene.
Willard and Keubler, accompanied
by their wives and George Barden,
had left the city early Sunday morn-
ing in Keubler's automobile for a
day's outing. They stopped at the
Scio dam and the young men decided
to take a swim. Entering the river at
a point some distance from the dam,
and finding the bottom not very good
they waded upstream to a point just
below the dam. Here they waded into
a deep hole in which there is a very
strong current. Willard became en-
tangled in the weeds on the bottom
and, in trying to free him, Keubler al-
so nearly lost his life. Coroner Burch-

Farrell Gets Cup
"tv"Farrell, director of teWol-
verine destinies on the cinder path,
is the proud possessor of a fine silver Wellington Tinker Gets turry-m
loving-cup, the gift of Smith, Murphy, Call From Secretary Heud
Today
Griest 'and Fox, the four men who Today
cleaned up the Toledo Municipal meet
last month. The cup was the prize SALARY $50 PER MONTI
for the .open championship at that
meet, and as the four men were not Ninety-five men needed at the Mex
official representatives of the Univer- can border at once. This was the uri
sity, it was their personal property.
All four men were seniors and decided ent message received by Wellingto
to show their appreciation of "Steve's" H. .Tinker, secretary of the Universit
careful tutelage by presenting him Y. M. C. A. today from Ralph S. Mc
with the cup. Keud, secretary of the mid-wester
association of Y. M. C. A. workers.
9 The men who will be sent must hav
OFFER. ATTRACTIVE PROGRAM some knowledge of Y. M. C. A. organ
ization work and will receive fift
Earl V. Moore and Marian Strable to dollars a month and traveling ex
Appear in Third of Summer penses. The work consists of organ:
A nerthSeri oSzation among the regiments at th
Mexican border and one man will b
T assigned to each regiment. Each ma
The third of the series of Comnpl- will have a hut on the camping groun
mentary Concerts, given b'y the facul- of the soldiers assigned to him whic
ty of the University School of Music, he will endeavor to make a socia
will occur tomorrow evening in Hill centre of the camp.
auditorium, at which time two of Ann These huts will be provided wit
Arbor's most popular soloists will ap- reading and writing rooms, and a
pear on the program. Earl V. Moore, small helps to the soldiers such a
head of the organ department, will sewing needles, thread and othe
present a number of attractive organ things which many of the soldiers ar
solos, while Marian Struble, head of now unprovided for at this time.
the violin department at Hillsdale Col- In addition to this work the me
lege, will appear in three violin num- will organize bands among the soldier
bers, and endeavor to interest them i
The entire program is as follows: games and other amusements.
Introduction and Fugue in D minor All students desiring to go may se

Both the British and German official the erectio o their tents, den'aring field was hurried to the scene and de- ......................... Guilmant Mr.r
atements of today indicate fighting that all would be up by noon. cided that'ass inquest was not neces- Allegretto in A ...........Guilmant Y. I
the greatest severity, the BerlinsayCardeLn............Kk-etfrm
ar office stating that an artillery Other Sections Following Scherzino ......... Parker bring
>mbardment of intense violence is in The first section left Tucumearia, ..~ . Earl V. Moore iarit
rogress along the entire front. N. M.; at 11:15 o'clock Monday morn- Jow WhoV V S GOlg Balade et Polonaise (op.I ......
While rain and fog today made too ing, the other sections following from rvTo ...................... Vieuxtemps
azardous further infantry attacks, the same point at two-hour intervals. Beat Steve Marian Struble '
ie British artillery kept up its ter- Local railroad officials declared early Reverie at Twilight ...........Moore
fic bonbardmuent of the German this morning that all sections were The new champion holds his title (Fantasy on melody of campus
'ont. Where, for the last week, the running on time. against all comers. Until recently, , chimes)
ritish have been concentrating their The ever present bugbear of the John Edmunds, the lanky assistant Valse Trieste ......... ........Sibelius
re in Picardy, the bombardment has army-the food question-has bobbed athletic director, claimed to be the Finlandia, Tone Poem........Sibelius Ferr
ow widened out until the entire Ger- up in the El Paso military district, local champion in the gentle art of Earl V. Moore
an front from the Ancre to the sea Some correspondents, evidently in pitching horseshoes, but his title fell From the Land of the Sky-blue Water
> being pounded with the heavy shells. distress for news, have been sending with a heavy thud before the strong . ....... . ............. Cadman-Yost
The extent and fury of the battle out reports that ptomaine poisoning arm of Steve Farrell. Thus it came Schon Rosmarin ............Kreisler Sat
re is taken to indicate that, far from is prevalent as the result of eating about that Steve became the horse- Marian Struble Coac
>nfining themselves to a detached embalmed beef and canned goods. So shoe champion of the universe. But balle
peration at one point, the British are far as the Thirty-first infantry, Mich- his title was soon challenged by his NORBERT hYATT CONSIDERS ance
bout to launch a new drive further igan National Guard, is concerned, old adversary, Doc May who claimed NEW MAGAZINE PROPOSITION Ferr
the west. there has not been a single case of descent from the old kings of ringers. ed tE
this kind of sickness. There has been Steve accepted this defiance with great Norbert Hyatt, '17, is considering go- leagu
UM ER REISTRATIONE a shortage of ice one or two days aid gladness of heart, and, in the result- ing to New York next year to start will
UM RUAUO on occasions fresh beef which had be- ing four matches, proceeded to show a poetry magazine in connection with Laba
come tainted, has been burned. "Doc" that he knew all the tricks Edwin Markham and George Sterling. men
igures Show Marked Increase Over Reat Alters Appetites of the game. And still the champion The new magazine, unlike most of the earli
Those of Last Year As a natter of fact the Michigan reigns unconquered. publications which have been started Th
in the last few years, will not advocate the
Summer session registration, accord- men are fast becoming vegetarians, free verse. The editorial policy will for t
ig to the last count, has passed the the desire for meat rapidly disappear- TENNIS ENTRIES COME SLOW fe vseTe oa py w
pas be a conservative one, and by a care- day.
ficials' anticipation. Figures given ing under the tropical Texas sun. In ful editing of all manuscripts, by all be h
ut by Dean Kraus slow that approxi- its place, fruit, vegetables and milk Three More Names Needed to Fill Up three men, it is expected that a really nigh
ately 150 more than last year have are utilized. Tournament valuable selection of poems will be draft
nrolled to date. + It was learned today that auxiliary made. The new magazine may be run whic
Following are the figures: Michigan troops will be stationed near Saturday and Monday have almost in a bi-monthly form, thereby insur- Satu
ollege of Literature. .........831 Fort Bliss, several miles from the rest filled up the required entries in the ing the editors a much wider choice ed u
|ngineering and Architecture.... 355 of the regiment. These will include tennis tournament, and it is hoped in their selections than would be pos- tussl
[edicine ..... ................. 167 ambulance companies Nos. 1 and 2, that they will be entirely made up by sible with a monthly form. Th
aw ...... . ............ ...... 167 the field hospital corps of Grand Rap- Wednesday night. The enrollment up "The ground has already been brok- gin
'harmacy ...:....... ..... .......27 ids, Batteries A and B, Lansing; Troop 'to the present time is 22 and only three en by the seven or eight magazines geth
raduate School ................ 257 A of Grand Haven; Troop B of De- more are needed to start play. As now being published," said Mr. Hyatt, and
troit, signal corps of Ypsilanti, and soon as the lists are made up it is "and this is the time for a really valu- gang
Total .....................1844 the engineers of Houghton. Many of planned to start the first round so as able and consistent publication to be muc
the regular officers are being compell- to finish before the session is over. started." the
TE WEATHER ed to turn in their horses for regulars After the first round is started, the In connection with the magazine, will
Fair tonight. Wednesday partly and are anything but pleased with the remaining rounds will be run off as the three editors may run a little book rock
loudy. Continued warm. prospect. . rapidly as possible. shop of choice poetry and rare books. on F
20c SUMMER SCHOOL
Will be on Sale commencing Tomorrow, July 19

Tinker at his office in tho of
. C. A." building every mornin
10 to 12 o'clock. They shoul
credentials showing their fami
y with the work.
'I NORMAUJES 10
P[AgYDHE SIDUDA
y Field Scene of First Conte:
of Three Game Series -
With Teachers
turday afternoon at 2:30 o'cloc:
h Mitchell's Ypsi Normal bas,
rs will make their first appea
of the summer session on tl
y field diamond, taking on a pic
eam from the inter-department
ue. The Michigan aggregatic
be under the direction of Geori
die and will be picked from ti
who show up the best in tI
er games this week.
is afternoon will see all four
teams working out in preparati
he opening of the season Thur
A meeting of the managers w:
eld at The Wolverine office t
t at 7:00 o'clock to draw a fin
t of the schedule. The two gam
h were to have been played
rday of this week have been mo
p to Friday to make room for t
le with the Normalites.
hursday's opener, which will t
at 4:00 o'clock, will bring I
er those ancient rivals, the 1i
the laws. Dope on the barrist
g is extremely scarce but ins
h as "Joe" Robbins will asce:
hill for the lits, the legal ligi
undoubtedly find the going ve
ky. The contest will be pulled
'erry field.
20c

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