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AT Y O U R D O O R TE ONY OFFICIAL.
3 TIMES A WEEK, 75 SUMMER NEWSPAPER
YOUR DO13W OLVEIINE TE NL OFIIA

VOL. VII. No. 11.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1916.

CMDY OFRHDOS
PLEASESAVIENCE
Second Performance of Ben Greet
Players; "MUck Ado" Also En-
joyed by Packed Theater
"ROMEO AM) JULIET" CONCLUDES
Under perfect weather conditions
and a large audience the Ben Greet
woodland players made their initial
appearance of the season yesterdoy
afternoon playing "The Comedy of
Errors." The characters were all well
taken, and the similarity of the two
Antipholus brothers, with the mirror-
like resemblance of their twin ser-
vants, the Dromios, was so well car-
ried out as to keep the audience gues-
sing, as well as the brothers them-
selves. The work of Miss Kearns, as
Adriana, the alternately loving and
indignant wife of Antipholus of Ephe-
sus-and not Syracuse!-was excep-
tionally pleasing.
In the evening the company pre-
sented "Much Ado About Nothing" in
such a manner as to keep the audience
laughing most of the time. Miss
Kearns and . Mr. Sommes, playing
Beatrice and Benedick, the unwilling
lovers, were the heart of the play.
Both heart-whole, and greatly ridicul-
ing the foolishness of other less for-
tunate .mortals, they are finally
brought to love each other, and find i
not so foolish after all. Mr. Cushman,
playing Dogberry, also won much
favor.
Tomorrow afternoon they will give
"As You Like It," which is especially
adapted to outdoor presentation, and
in the evening will be seen "Romeo
and Juliet."
Last .rinute News
Told in Brief
London, July 22.-Additional suc-
cesses for the Allies are contained in
today's reports, showing further gains
for the British in the Somme river re-
gion, a retreat of the Austrians to
new positions on the Galician border
and new successes for the Italians in
the upper Posino section of the Austria-
Italian front. %
All reports of today from the wes-
tern front say the Allied offensive is
being pushed vigorously at every
point. The British troops have suc-
ceeded in capturing Foureaux wood,
which the Teuton forces had strongly
fortified, but the enemy immediately
made a counter attack which was part-
ly successful.
It is a significant feature of the re-
cent reports that the Germans, while
staining some successes in these
counter attacks, are not able to take
in one rush what the British have
seized.
SOCIALIST LEADER FINED)
Butte, Mont., July 22.-Arthur E.
Reimer, of Boston, Socialist labor par-
ty candidate for president of the
United States, was fined $10 in the
municipal court here today for violat-
ing the city ordinance by speaking in
a downtown street. The fine was sus-
pended by the magistrate. Reimer
conducted his own defense, asserting
he was the victim of discrimination.

EarlNaylor, '9P, WO[YE[INES BTTLE
CapturesPIexican PINNTODAY
Student Relieves Mexican of Rifle
and Fifty Rounds of Normalites Come Highly Touted; Sod
Ammunition dy, Robbins, or Turner to Pitch
for Michigan
Company I has captured a Mexican! --
Earl Naylor, '19P, had the honor of The all-campus baseball team will
being the first man of the company to face Coach Mitchell's Ypsilantians this
bring into custody the first native of afternoon in the first game of the
series between these two teams. The
the land that calls the Americans Wolverines are in poor condition, hav--
"Gringoes." ing practiced but twice, but they hope
In a letter written to a friend in to give the Teachers the battle of
this city, "Pat" Walsh tells of the oc- their young lives. The latter, by way,
currence which was credited in the come touted as real ball players, hav-
papers.to Lieutenant Hurst. But it ing cleaned up. all the teams in the
Normal city. The game this after-
seems that Naylor was on guard duty noon will start at 2:30 o'clock and
the evening that the Mexican thought will be played on Ferry field. It is
Uncle Sam's troops were easy and hoped that the Varsity diamond will
before he could get through "Longy" be in condition for use but if not, one
had taken his rifle and 50 rounds of of the other diamonds will be substi-
ammunition away from his and turn- tuted.
ed him over to the corporal of the George Laadie, who was to cap-
guard. tain the Michigan team, will probably
The camp where Company I is sta- be unable to be present and "Wallie"
tioned is located between two small Niemann will act as field leader in his
mountains on one side of which is the stead. Either "Joe" Robbins, "Turk"
U. S. and on the other side is Mexico. Turner, or "Tom" Soddy will ascend
There is nothing but sand and sage- the hill for the Wolverines, with
brush to be seen and the temperature Gracey, Stallings, or Gardner doing
reaches 110 in the shade. the receiving. The following lineup
will probably start the game, with a
* possibility of several changes: Curtis,
She Seds Se if; Labadie or Cutting, cf; Niemann,
Sacks To Soldiers rf; Brilmeyer, 1b; Brown, 2b; Braze,
ss;oAnderson or Brewer, 3b; Gracey,
stallings, or Gardner, c; Robbins, Tur-
Who would have thought that with ner, or Soddy, p.
all the war paraphernalia of a sol-
dier's kit that he of all men should OLIVET PROFESSOR BOOSTS FOR
ask for something pertaining to the INDEPENDENCE VIA EDUCATION
embellishment only of a ladies' bou-
doir? And now the women, the D. A. "Each One Should Have Opportunity
H's, of the northern peninsula, are of Choosing Desired Courses."
husy "sending sewing-sacks to ol- -T. W. Ndal
diers;" for that, oh ye anti-suffragists, T_.__
was the request of the Michigan Na-"
tional Guard--a plentiful supply of"Democracy is a failure unless it
tnaelsuthrdapln suty ppnsl, iofaeducates its citizens to be independ-
needles, thread and safety pin, in a ent." So said Prof. T. W. Nadal, of
small bag. So the chapter Menom- Olivet College, Olivet, Mich., in speak-
ineeha replied with all their energy ing on "Some Modern Tendencies in
and have succeeded in sending 75 of Education," at the New Science build-
these hand-made adjuncts to the bor- Euain"a h e cec ul-
der already which will ably support ing Thursday afternoon. The layman
e ch wtab pogas well as any other man may obtain
themin the wear and tear of the long the education that he desires.
campaign t?). In educational as well as govern-
mental policies, we are still in the
MRS. SCHRAM-IMIG AND MISS making, and very often some one
HAMILTON GO TO TOLEDO comes out with brand new ideas about
educational reform which frequently
Mrs. Anna Schram-Imig, who is ,result in no reformation and only a
coaching under Mr. Harrison during waste of time. Pedagogical policy is
the summer, and who has accepted a tha tall should be educated alike. That,,
position on the vocal faculty of the however, Professor Nadal would not
University School of Music, together corroborate, but said that there is a
with Miss Frances Louise Hamilton, certain elementary education which all
a member of the piano faculty of the should have. Each and every one of
School of Music, left Friday afternoon us is a different individual, therefore
for Toledo, where they will appear in should be given the opportunity to use
a joint recital. Mrs. Imig will return the freedom of our own intellectual
next week, in time to appear in the ability in choosing the various
Faculty concert to be given Wednes- branches we desire. Education should
day evening. (Continued on Page Four)

Alumnus Reports
Interesting Trip
Dr. Fred Baker, '80 ,and Wife Have
Many Exciting Adventures in
Two Years' Trip in Orient
In a letter to his class secretary,
Fred Baker, M.D., '80, Point Loma,
Cal., writes of a two years' trip in the
Orient.
In September he and his wife, who
was Charlotte LeBreton Johnson, M.D.,
'81, started for a trip around the world.
After three months in the Philippines,
they went to Japan for a two months'
visit with their daughter, one of the
American secretaries of the Y. W. C. A.
With a young student interpreter they
touched many tarely visited spots of
Japan. The outbreak of the war at
this point made necessary a change of
plans.
At Singapore, Mr. and Mrs. Baker
found a Sikh regiment in mutiny, and
active fighting on the outskirts of the
city. This helped to turn the travel-
lers' minds toward home and finding
an American steamer bound for Sai-
gon in French Indo-China, they went
aboard and stumbled onto the finest
thing of the whole trip, a journey into
the interior of Cambodia. Three days
among the wonderful ruins of Angkor
went far to afface the glories of the
Great Wall of China, thee beauties of
Chinese and Japanese architecture,
and all that went before.
Circus Horse vs.
D. U. R.-Which?
The wagon creaked under its heavy
load. The driver of the six-horse
team skillfully played his reins back
and forth and the team acted as one.
The day was over but it was only be-
ginning for the circus man. The night
performance was just finished and al-
ready parts of the outfit were on their
way to the trains. A wagon had swung
out from the grounds onto the main
street. On each side of the street
were lined scores of automobiles and
the driver was forced to drive close to
the interurban car track. Suddenly a
car came in sight. As quickly as pos-
sible the driver swung his team away
from the track but too late. The last
span was not out of the way of the
car. The nigh horse was hit, and a
fearful gash was cut in his flank.
The accident happened Thursday
night at the corner of Ninth and Huron
streets. The motorman claims that he
was blinded by the lights of the auto-'
mobiles and that he was going at a'
rate not exceeding 12 miles per hour.
The value of the animal was put at
$850 and the Barnes Circus Company
claims damages to that extent. It is
understood that the D. U. R. will re-
fuse to settle but they were obliged
to bury the animal as it was left on
the street by the circus people.

PRICE FIVE CENTS
1115 WIN FISI
Defeat Engineers in Four-inning Con-
test by Score of
3 t 0
NIEMANN PITCHES FINE GAME
Standing of the Teams
Won Lost Pct.
Lits .... .........1I 0 1.000
Science ..........0 0 .000
Laws ............0 0 000
Engineers ........0 1 .000
Inability to connect with "Wallie"
Niemann's benders spelled defeat to
the engineers in the opening game of
the summer league, the lits winning
out by a 3 to 0 score. The contest
went four iniings and in that time the
miserly Mr. Niemann doled out but
one lonely blow, whiffed nine aspir-
ing boilermaker batsmen, and gather-
ed unto himself two loud and re-
sounding whacks in the same number
of trips to the rubber. In short, the
aforesaid Mr. Niemann was the su-
preme flowerpot set-piece of the af-
ternoon. Although his efforts were
somewhat dimmed by "Wallie's" scm-
tillations, Max Cutting pitched a very
nice game for the losers and might
have won had he been given better
support.
The U-hall gang started off with a
rush in the first frame and put over
two counters as the result of two
hits and an error. Brill doubled to
open the inning and took third on a
passed ball by Kuivinen, from whence
he scored when Greenblatt dropped
Curtis' sky-scraper. Curtis toolk sec-
ond and cashed in when Niemann put
a screaming liner over the keystone
sack. "Wallie" was nipped trying to
pilfer second, and Brown and David-
son proved an easy out, ending the
,inning.
The lits' last run was pushed over
in the third. With two men down,
Niemann doubled and took third on
a passed ball by the engineer catcher
On ais attempt to catch the lit twink-
ler napping off third, Young fumbled
the ball and "Wallie" eased over the
platter standing up.
The winners had another fine chance
to score in the last round when Gracey
singled with no one out, took second
on Gardner's error and stole third.
But Cutting whiffed the next three
men and the game was over.
The Arch angels' only chance to
score came in the second frame when
Weschler and Kuivinen, the first two
men up, strolled and Cutting poled
out the only blow of the afternoon for
(Continued on Page Four)
KIDS NOW SPLASH HURON SAFE
FROM HORRORS OF DROWNING
Ann Arbor kids will in the future
enjoy what grown-ups have long been
denied, that of an imidividual safe and
comfortable bathing beach to be sit-
uated on the Huron just above the
boat house. The Eastern Michigan
Edison Company is responsible for
the action through the manager, W.
E. Underdown. An attendant will be
present at all times to watch to the
safety of the small bathers, and it is
hoped that the innovation will go far
toward preventing future juvenile ac-
cidents on the river.

Seven Secrets of Success
Congregational Church
Lloyd C. Douglas, Minister

July 9-Loyalty
July! 16-Courage
July 23-
July 30-

August 6-
August 13-
August 20-

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Friday Afternoon ANNUAL SUMMER SCHOOL ENGAGEMENT Seat Sale at Wahr's State
COMEDY OF ERRORS Street Store
Friday Evening Opens Saturday, July 15
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHINGBat 3 P. M.
Thereafter Daily at
Sauy Atenon WOODLAND PLAYERS 4....P.M
AS YU LIE ITReserved Seats 75c
Saturday Evening A Reduced Rate of $2.50
ROMEO AND JULIET CAMPUS THEATRE JULY 21, 22 for the 4 Performances

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