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The Wolverine, 1916-07-25

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lirt" Is Chased
)ut Of Library
.irts" will not be tolerated in this
ersity, according to some of the
as of the Library. For the last
lays some man, a summer school
nt, has been staring at some of
air dames with all his might,
finally he succeeded in forcing
to call the attention of the ofFi-
who ordered him to leave at

THE WOLVERINE

" Maully7 Pound,
In Shape On Boa
The great hero of the gridiron ha
crossed the bar. Not the bar of Ten
nyson fame but the mahogany bar
John Maulbetsch, captain of the 191
football team, is holding down th<
position of assistant steward, in othe
words, barkeeper, on the City of Sain
Joseph, a steamer plying between Chi
cago and St. Joseph.
Every afternoon while the steame:
is lying at the dock at St. Joseph

[ESOTA SOLDIERS POISONED
no Grande, Tex., July 25.-Be-
1 300 and 350 men in the Third
esota are in the hospital or con-
to quarters today with ptomaine
a. Canned tomatoes and a 1906
of corned beef, which has been
are blamed by medical corps
and large quantities of them
been condemned. Few cases are

'he old Thomas Cooley residence l-ich has been the home of th
is now being torn down to give way to theY

.I

1 the men will be back in the
ks within 48 hours, physicians say. IfltCVcol1Cgia
npany A of Duluth and Company HY
Olivet seem to be hit the hardest.
rty men in the former and all but High Cost of Living Low at
nty of the latter are on the sick According to statistics, the
. Other regiments have not been higher education at the Univ
cted. Montana is considerably lower
several of the eastern inst
OU8SANi)S AT RILEY FUNERAL There were 2,000 students r
dianapolis, Id., July 25.--Thous- at the University of Montana
s of men, women, and children, ad- average expenses of thosel
sr of the works of James Whit- was $300 a year. This sins
i Riley, the Hoosier poet, passed fees, board, books and clothi
re the casket in which his body
in state in the capitol late this Michigan Students Applaud
rnoon and early tonight. Michigan students at the Un
he crowds had assembled long be- of Columbia attended the
the doors of the state house open- Yankee baseball game at I
at 3 o'clock, and although about grounds in New York last S
nty-fiye persons a minute were ad- This affair served as a get-togs
ed to the building at first and more the members and each pers
r the waiting throng became Michigan colors and rooted lu;
r, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ h thvatn hrn eae ictorious Tiger team.A
er as evening approached. Many the v
one who passed before the body meeting on Thursday, they e
- from the class about which the officers for the Michigan Ass
had written. President, A. F. Frazee, of Do
secretary-treasurer, Miss Ella
Three Designs Cover Casket of Lansing.
so casket was covered with three
i designs only, while the body lay MEAT BOWLS OVER MILIT
tate. They were the state andB
emblems and one from a friend. San Antonio, Tex., July 25.-
sfinite funeral arrangements had six and seven hundred men
First brigade were bowled f
been made early this evening,' as line today on the hike to T
Mary Elizabeth Payne, of New
hill Regular army officers h
, sister of the poet, had not ar-
I or telegraphed her desires in opposed troops they ever wi
matter. The other relatives are Gen, Funston used the word "
ing to hear from her ;before tak-GeFntnudthwod"
final action. The burial willtbe in describing the maneuver.
Literally, a nimble person
r in Indianapolis or Greenfield, have walked for hundreds of y
his boyhood home. the bodies of Illinois mili
fallen beside the Fredericksbur
. A Barrett Assists at Conference Scores of stragglers have not
. Leonard A. Barrett, pastor of ported at camp and the em
First Presbyterian church, is as- roundup organized by an San A
ng In the Bible conference being Woman, Mrs. L. G. Clegg, is
at Bay View, Michigan. to retrieve the men who dropp
M T HE COAST LINE TO O
DETROIT'
CLEVELAND, BUFFALO, NIAGARA FALLS
TOLEDO PT. HURON ALPENAST. IGNACE
A REAL VACATION
The Water Way is the Only Way
The OeSt akes is the meca Sr paticula and epeeneced traes on h,..ules
and pesee ic. TheD & C. Line steaieemboeedy alhe qaitieeisedafey
and comifrt. The redmof the deks, tie col. eireeshieg liii besens,te 15 sm-
noust ate roms and ueeedin cusine, eake life aoadl teeifSating palaces a
ssureeof ejoymet.i,
"D. & C. A SERVICE GUARANTEE"
During summereSeason the Two Giais of the Creat Lakes, str.Ciy of Detroit IIaedl
Ciy oferClveandII, esrate dai eeic beween troitind Beaoe dair evice
becieneDtoit and Cevelnd, aici deiihfl day elise dernsgJuly ad Ags. as
weilastwboats outofDetrsitadPCeveldTever Iandaniludalarahie
dueing theseicwoothsc.FOIR TRIP WEEKLY FRO TOLDOA ND DETROIT
TO MACKINACISLANDS AND WAY PORT--PFrm Jne 2SibtS cetemerkeloisi
SPECIAL STEAMEt FCLEVELAND TO MACKINAC ISLAND. TWO TIPd
WEEKLY. NO STP ENROTE EXCEPT AT DETROIT EVERY TRIP.
Daily evc between Toled and Put-I-nBy, Jihe ino h oeptebcer1io.
YOUR RAILROAD TICKETS ARE ACCEPTED
n D. & C. Line teers for transeportatiso betweenDetroitand ClevelandDetroit
and 555 fal, eihe diectis.
Sa.d tews cetsama SeeIlsteated pamphlet and Great Lakes Map. Address
., Lewils, 0. P. A., Detoit, Mish,
DETROIT & CLEVELAND NAVIGATION COMPANY
PHILIP H, MMILLAN, Pres. A. A. SCHANTZ, Vice-re. & admt. Mare
All 0. s CSteamers arrie anl depart Third Avenue Whare. Central
Standnrd Time. r -
"",^".,s e - =" _ "Ft

te BOIDIX SPIRIT SF1
Montana UNNERS91U po
cost of
ersity of Sororities and Fraternities Ca
than at fet and More ons
itutions.
gistered Are Result
and the
students Seemingly catching the spiri
includes times in which the University
.g. ing many new buildings to its c
the sororities and fraterniti
Tigers building too. Off the campus f
iversity able clubhouses are seen going
Tiger- improvements are being added
he Polo buildings and grounds.
aturday. Reviewing some of the hous
ther for have been constructed in yea
in wore or very recently, we have those
stily for general fraternities and club
At their Sigma Chi house, the Chi Psi
ected as the Acacia house on State St.,a
ciation: Trigon house on Washtenawa
wagiac; Two law fraternities have r
Smith, been built, Phi Delta Phi fra
which was founded at Michiga
ated on Monroe street, and Phi
IAMEN Delta house which has just bee
Between pleted, and is located on Hill
of the The sororities are also addin
om the houses to the list, the most rec
en Mile ing Kappa Kappa Gamma, Gam:
ere de- Beta, Mu Phi Epsilon, Pi Bel
of un- completed last summer, and
tnessed. Alpha Theta:, and the Alpha Chi
ghastly" whose quarters are already bein
structed, while the Theta Phi
could is contemplating building.
ards on Fraternities having definite
ia men for building are Delta Kappa E
g road. fraternity which will build in it
yet re- ent location, Psi Upsilon having
ergency property adjoining, will also b
ntonion its present location, and also P
working medical fraternity. The grou
ed out. the latter on South University a
has already been broken. Phi
Psi fraternity will build on the
of Hill and Washtenaw avenue.i
having future plans are Phi
Sigma, Nu Sigma Nu and
Alpha Epsilon.
" COOL SUMMER PLUNGE IS
PLEASIN CTO MARBLE ST
Nidia has taken a bath! Do
alarmed, gentle reader, for Nidi
marble statue, situated on the1
you enter Alumni hall from the
The statue is an exceptionally
work by Rogers, based on the
Days of Pompeii," and portrayi
blind girl listening for the step
lover. Rumor has it that Nidi
the first piece of sculpture at th
versity of Michigan and formerly
in state in University hall wh
price of 10 cents was, at one
charged to see her. Anyway, wv
was suggested a few days ag
Nidia take a plunge, she did not
in the least. Instead, she seem
enjoy it.
LOST
LOST-A tan gabradine crav
raincoat in Physics building, I
day afternoon. Please return
East Madison stret and recei
ward,

"Maully" may be seen disporting him-
self by running up and down the beach
or taking a dip in the surf.
"Never felt- better in my life," was
"Maully's' statement the other day
after he had finished his training
stunts. He thinks that he has found
the best place in the country for keep-
e Michiga Union for a nember of years and ing in training.
new Union building.
'NEW INOSTRIM M IAMlILY DROWNiS FRtOM I3(BOA
Houghton,Mich., July 25.-James
W. Pryor, manager of James Pryor &
OFIFOSons, lumber dealers, his wife, their
UUB I [CT two children and the infant daughter
of Mrs. C. E. Westcott were drowned
htch 1. Ford English Instructor Will Speak late last night in Portage lake after
the motor boat in which they were re-
es at Congregational turning to Houghton from White City
Church had struck a floating log and sunk.
Mrs. Westcott and Ed. Pfyor, broth-
of the At the Congregational church, er of James, were the only ones saved.
is add- Wednesday night at 7 o'clock, D. M. When the boat struck, Mrs. Westcott
Robins, of the Ford factory, will de- says, James Pryor exclaimed: "Grab
campus,
es are liver a lecture on the "New Indus- a chair, the boat is sinking."
ashion- trialism." This meeting will be free The boat was provided with life-
up and and a hearty invitation is extended to preserver chairs.
to the all. "The little Pryor girl, Verna, 10
Mr. Robins is in intimate touch with years old, jumped from the boat in
es that the great problems of industrialism fright the -instant her father gave the
rs past presented at the Ford plant, as he has alarm," said Mrs. Westcott today.
of the for some time been teaching in the "Mrs. Pryor jumped in immediately to
s, the Ford English school. He is also a save her child, and Mr. Pryor, one of
house, member of the. National Association the most experienced boatmen on Port-
cud the of English Teachers and comes very age lake, jumped in to save 'them
avenue. highly recommended as an interest- both."
ecently ing speaker. Mr. Robins will be en-
ternity tertained by the professional and busi- Second Issue of Black Fly Received
n, situ- ness men of the city, at a dinner at
the Y. M. C. A.. The second copy of The Black Fly
Alpha- has been received at The Wolverine
on com- office. Most of the paper is taken up
street. Dr. Gleason to Spend Summer in West with the results of the various ath-
ig new Dr. H. A. Gleason, of the Botany letic interests of the camp and the
ent be- department, and Mrs. Gleason, will camp humor. The cartoons are very
ma Phi spend the summer in California. good.
ta Phi,
Kappa
Omega
ag con-
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