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The Wolverine, 1916-07-22

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THE 'WOLVERINE

I t ST 6 'J"tiottit audE. 1. Meyer Look
Like;, (;oad MatOerild.For
The tong expected sunnmer session
ttcii toiroamto s. ready to start at
loot. Drawings have been made and
tafirt ro undstwill beg'sinimmetdiataely.
w~trisaill be receirved ant il next
-"rt t' 11,Stilt., wheni the ltots witl be
't.e. -;astLrttetes mstatbe paid op
lr r foe.aetetaswts will be allowed to
comnte. All first rotns atrtses mst
ibe iplayetd ott by the end ot next week.
The abilityosatstothetsocontest-
sits iis sroutsedlisa darktness, but frost
ltar little slope available it wosuld seems
r thtat the bsattle tar tse sisagles crasswn
wviii be between Jodona and Meyer.
Thse latter is a torsmer University of
.blrasha set star, 'a Pile the forsner
was runner-op in tise Arizona state
*tousrnsametnt tis spring. Stodldardan
Mliver, lost year'osassamions isathse
soisles, are likely ts repeat tis year,
Ewills Kline assd(T'isse fuarnshlingssttronig
ox~positionx. Hasaissnd Liatwxo tChi-
nese boys,. also tarot a rlever teams.
F~olloinsg are thse drawinsag for the
Peast rousndl eat-h oasi's namse lbeitng foli-
to'sedilby hsotelethoesenuxsmbes'. Cast-
tesatslare urgedxtltitsouoohswith
ecsthier' andi get thteir maateches play-
ed off as sot as possibale. Results of
thse maatecses are tax be posted on thse
bulletis larid its tiese 'srr'yFielidelsb-
htose.
lrawlssg's, tirsiIfoiund-Singles
P. Sidwell (1283-M)l vs. C'. 1. Fran-
cis (370).
11. D. Roiyal (1193-Jt vs. R. 1F. Vita-
it1I. Peckihans(7.283-tM) vs. ft. A.
S. G. Veddet' (366) vs. W. 0. Klsne.
iE. L.Mer vs. W. ft. Jacksson
11170-J1.
i. J. Powxells (4170-J) vs. F. B.
'hopsistont(1020).
M8. A. Gaff (1343-it vs. A. A. Ilobs.
W.It. Atlas (11041 vs. ft. Fox
(799-M).
E. 24. t'linei vs. '1W. 1F. Crociseti
C. 1ii. i111(9-J)lvso. A. L. Hued-
Ii?~ (860).
it. Goldsethi(1104) xva. P. S. Lo
f'. A. lasigortiy (799-M) vs. Ma. F
1 ile(478-M).
A. .1. Stodar %,s.P' C 1. Siherrardl
Fldirst tesslid-ouibles

(tt inuedt ' f~l romt Otage te)
histoeam:c, fillinsg thisa'tses. tBrewsatr
sald ilsa.'.t fannaseil, laows'.r, tand
W8eschsler ' asoust trying 10toilfer
ihome.
'Pie tihree gamae'-stat it as founda
neessary to postponet'hiis weeik will
he piydcalfsailttes isa thesetaso'n. Moss-
dtay of nst wei rek, tse lit-taraw s'ratp
schsedauled for last 'Thurtsdasy wiii hi
stageilanTus~Iestday swill six' thseaengi-
steers ad scientists'coeaattogetlxer.

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Tite box score:
Rastaisseer R.811 11
Rtiviat)(1, c .t .. 1 0 0
Csstti, aie...... 0 1
Dresser, 1Its... 1 80It
Prazeli, as.... 2 .100
iBsyle, 2b .....20 II
Young, 8)b . 2 8 P
Greensbltatt, of . 1 0 0
Ikearhier, 11if... 1 0 0I0
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lay

BlY Paul
"To haimtswhlo in tlis love of Nature
hsolsacommunssiaon swiths her visible
fors , siteapeaks a various language."
"Ulder tihe nagic spell of her voice,
an anacient snystic stare atretehed forth

'Tastls........11 0 1 12326g Iis armndster thse open slay and cried,
"WhetsIPcrssider thy heavens, the
MISABfI11 1-1it10SAir wonkfthfly fingers, the mass and thse
Gashll 'a..........231 p1 00atars which tihoihast ordained, whsat
Curtis, cf.....0 1(0 0 0 0 is nianothast thou art mindful of him?"
Ni'oemann,1?....p . 2 1 2 0 0 0 't'siasiod-woarld, seer contributed
Brwssex ..'... ?8 0 0 0 It notthing to aur knsowledge of astronomy
Davidson, lb ... 2 a 0 0 0 0 and as little to anthropology, hut Nta-
Cracey, ...... I )1i11 ,tore spokec to hint because he loved
McAlpitne, rf.... 2 It 0 0 It 0 her.
EItist,2flit .....2 01 0 01 0 0 Hypothses about the stars have
Shi.s' , If ....0 0 0 d1 1 0 comse anad gonse. Tiheoriea concerning
tmtan'strelation anad value to the uni-
Totas...... 2 4 12 1 0 rersal schseme have suffered frequent
hlsagh ae s...... 0 0 chansge. Dut the psalistaslhymnof
Lip. . . .2 0 ~1reverensce, inaspiredi by loving com-
munonawicth Nature'a myatic forces,
Sasiutas'ies : fwo basoe lit --Itchiseesnossrevision.
lsla'taasta. ittea lsso tn ,,st ,ta Educratioisal spportunities have made
Graxy, Goat'(2) Le oattities-it pasittie for us to investigate Nature
lay enagineatrs, 2; by tthe !its, 2. betr c iths smicrospe, test-tube anad blow-
ot-by Niemaanz, 8; lay t'attiik,7. .ipe. We srea knowinag nore about her
tBases asia balls --off Niant, 4; off and comsamuning with her less every
Cuttinig, 2. lit tay pitchead ball Stantes, day.
Gaxlisar. Thelousasntain storm fails to stir our
- - emnotiossa. We understandi the physi-
01.1 VV 1't0Fi" 1)t IItISTS FOE cal causes of this phenomenom. The
lNDII.1147i(;- 'E ViA 'EDITATIO'N titles tart' they not scientific facto,
--- easily explainsed? Our very emnotions
(Coatiiated from Page Dna) -have we nsot definitely accounted for
relate itself to ltsa life of the its- tihenm ly thte discovery of psychological
aicidasal. laws What is a tear but a saline so-
A te ea r lsr ago Latitn,tGreeklanad lastiosa slightly tinctured witha albumen?
attateatics were thte requsiremenats of "'T'ouigh I understanad all mysteries
tigh sachoolsanttd csllages, ntow tech- sand all kntowledge and have not love,"
nical anda practical educatiosn have
takenrth ieir pltaces, whaich shows that The Farmers &Mechanics Bank
is desial"refaornmlasbeenea brought
attatat. South Main Street State Street Office
"Ias somsecoutries," lie wesnt on "it Clorner Huros 330 S. lSlaeIt
is s cimes' tt eaducate thse laboring _
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a sationasiathte princtiple of self gov-
a'rsacaa'st, saldaleiascrasy aith ignaorant.r
it isaiscrs'esuicidie.
f'rt'rsti ein ld no .-'-t vr_ IIft X

what is the good of it? to it true that
lhe csost of intellectual understanding
of Natture involves a loss of our spir-
itusal hsearisig? Ia it possible for us to
anaslyze Nature and still love her?.
Have we lost anything out of our lives
by this chtange in our attitude toward
Nature? If so, are there still some
msysterious spiritual forces, not yet
snalyzel witha which we may rum-
mtune?
W hets all our awe and severance
sitall have passed away under the in-
vestigations of Science and the bright,
white light of intellectual research
asall have driven all mysteries front
the shadoway recesses where Nature's
secrets were formerly enshrined, shall
we be the richer or the poorer?
L. C. D.
JEALiN HEADSI) WILSON LEAOUE
Newc York, July 22.--Eddie0 Mahan,
athlete asnd football star of Harvard
unsiversity, will lead the Woodrow Wil-
son t'ollege Mes's league in the presi-
dasitial campaigns, Democratic Nationsal
Chairman Vance McCormick annonc-
ad here tonight before -leaving for
Washington, D. ft. Jack do Saulles,
of Yale, who headed the league during
the campaigns sf 1912,. will assist Ma-
b an, it was said.
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WANTED-Frons the parson who took
the panama lat from the hatrack is
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snight, the return of it to thsecra at
onca and' thus the avoidance of
further trosuble.
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