Last inute N ews fear-that years of training and BIG
Las! y thought on the part of a great military
Told in B r ef power might be something that might
be insuperable. Our men demonstrat- tori
ed that it is not so and that British inn
London, July 25.-"British resource- resourcefulness and intelligence are, Fe
fulness and British intelligence are as in fields of commerce in the past S
going to snatch victory in a few when they have been able to snatch nex
months," was the statement made in victory out of what appeared to be foun
the House of Commons yesterday af- complete commercial disaster, going to and
ternoon by David Lloyd-George, the snatch victory again in a few months thu
successor of Field Marshal Earl Kit- from what appeared at one moment to wit]
chener at the head of the war office. be something that was invincible. not
After a speech by Winston Spencer "There is no doubt at all that the the
Churchill, criticizing Premier Asquith lesson of this battle is that we have Il
for not reviewing the war situation' simply to press on with all our re- one
Mr. Lloyd-George replied, saying that sources and with the material at our gra
it would be premature to survey a mil- command and vic y will he ours." pre
itary situation and the prospects in _ wilbeour."_pe job
the middle of the battle. ser
IRELAND'S HOPES CRU 1LE) ing
El Paso, Tex., July 25.-General London, July 2.-With the long be
Francisco Gonzales, commandant at coveted prize of hone rule apparently gar
Juarez, formally protested today to almost within her grasp, Ireland T
Brigadier-General- George. Bell, Jr., again today saw her hopes crumble. thai
commanding the American forces here, Temporarily at least she has lost the ant
against the conduct of the outpost fight. "To
guards of the Ninth Massachusetts in- This development came in the an- ed
fantry, who, he said, crossed into nouncement in the house of commons "Ji
Mexican territory yesterday morning this afternoon by Premier Asquith figh
"in violation of Mexican rights," and that the government would not intro- Thi
last night shot up, "without provoca- duce any home rule amending bill tion
tion, a number of homes of Mexicans with regard to which there was no lash
south of the border.' substantial agreement among all par- thr
The protest was filed through An- ties. str
dres Garcia, the Mexican consul, who This confirmed the suspicio that
also suggested to General Bell that has existed that the cabinet has been thr
regular troops, accidstomed to border haetedrtathecsin a eard ma
conditions, replace guardsmen who, in unable to reach a decision in regard m
the main, are new to soldiery and to the bill. like
the country at the point where the John Redmond, in a speech in the the
shooting occurred.hThis, he said, would commons, declared he would not sup- wh
give the people on the Mexican side port the Lansdowne "compromise." vet
a feeling of security. Premier Asquith's announcement The
___ and Redmond's pronunciamento are Bra
taken in the lobbies of parliament to a p
Praises British Infantry mean that home rule will have to be the
dropped and that David Lloyd-George's leg]
secretary said, "our generals are more negotations have come to naught. par
than satisfied and proud of the valorn The principal stumbling block is the me
of our men they are leading. Great as Ten tt mblialockriamet
the British infantry was in Wellington retention in the imperial parliament jobE
and Napoleon's day, they never have of Nationalist representatives in n- Eat
been greater than now.n
"One thrills with pride when one -- -
thinks one belongs to the same race. T; g
They are pressing back the formidable IT By HROWN BILL; DIES mis
foe who have devoted his best brains Battle Creek, Mich., July 25.-Clyde pin
to the study of war for generations. Hansel, third baseman on a local ama- Lik
I feel confident that victory is assured teur team, died today from a fractured ond
to us." skull, sustained in a game at Vicks- M
Continuing, Mr. Lloyd-George said: burg yesterday. He was hit in the and
"Numbers and all other resources head by a ball thrown by Catcher lea
are on our side. There was only one Holmes of Vicksburg. use
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Continued from page one
ies. The season ended with an 11
ing 1 to 1 tie with the alumni on
o much for this season. The team
t year ought to be a wonder. But
r men, Labadie, Thomas, Caswell,
* Roehm are lost by graduation,
s , leaving captain-elect Brandell
h 9 letter men as a nucleus, to say
hing of the excellent material from
reserve and all-fresh squads.
n the outfield, there will be but
hole to fill, that caused by the
duation of George Labadie. At
sent, the leading candidates for the
are Johns and Ippel of the re-
ves and Kirschgessner of the yearl-
squad. Niemann and Reem will
on hand to take care of the other
'hird base is the only infield place
t has not at least one veteran claim-
for 191, and it is probable that
mmie" Harrington will be switch-
over to the hot corner, leaving
mmie" Newell and "Tom" Adams to
t it out for the initial sacker's job.
rd base is Harrington's real posi-
but he was forced to relinquish it
t year because of an injury to his
owing arm. His arm is much
onger now, however, and he will
bably be able to make the long
ow next spring. Adams, the fresh-
n first sacker, is one of the most
ely looking youngesters seen on
Ferry field diamond in a long
ile and will undoubtedly give the
eran Newell the battle of his life.
a present keystone combination of
ndell and Waterhouse looks to be
ermanent one. "Bran" is one of1
cleverest shortstops in the col-
late ranks and his younger side-
tner is developing rapidly. Other
n who will make strong bids for
s on the inner works are Smith,
on, Bialoskey, Dancer, and Middle-
ehind the bat, "Morrie" Dunne will
.in be on deck and it will take a
hty good exponent of the backstop-
g art to oust him from his job
ely looking candidates for the see-
-string position are "Smalley"
rrison, all-fresh catcher last spring,
Fraser, star backstop of the class
gue. This last-named young man
d to cavort behind the wind-pad
the Mt. Pleasant Normal aggrega-
n and is a clever workman.
'wo "B" men, for sporters of the'
. A.," and three ail-freshhstar,.
m the nucleus for a pitching staff
t gives promise of being the best in
rs. The two veterans are "Shortie"
ler, one of the best moundsmen it
west this spring, and "Joe" Rob-
s, somewhat erratic this season but
iving a world of good from his first
r of inter-collegiate baseball. Then
re is Andrus, probably the best
ural pitcher in the lot, but suffer-
from lack of control. "Al" Ohl-
Cher was a rank in-and-outer this
r, pitching like a major leaguer
dy and like a sand-lotter the
t. This man has great ability
vever, and under the tutelage of
h a mn as Lundgren ought to be-
ie a vaqable asset to the team.
ert$ is a man of whom much was
ected but who unfortunately was
red early in the season and never
pvered. Whether he will be in
pe next year or not is a problem.
aalnghaia is another hurler who
bear watching. The thre pitchers
graduated from Ralph McGinness'
fresh team this spring are going te
e someone a lively battle for a
th on the Varsity pitching staff
t year. These three youngsters
Parks, Glenn, and Turner and they
a sight to make any coach's heart
d. Parks is an especially promis-
looking pegger, having held the
sity team to one, two, and three
several times during practice.
ner is the more experienced man
he three, having won two letters
aseball at Purdue before he enter-
The 1916 Baseball Record
ichigan, 0; Georgia, 4.
[ichigan, 6; Georgia, 7.
ichigan, 6; Mercer, 6.
ichigan, 3; Mercer, 6.
ichigan, 1; Vanderbilt, 2.
Suffffer School Books,
Michigai, 5; Vanderbilt, 9.
Michigan, 6; Notre Dame, 14.
Michigan, 5; Olivet, 0.
Michigan, 7; Kalamazoo, 32
Michigan, 8; Case, 0.
Michigan, 5; Ypsi Normal, 1.
Michigan, 0; Syracuse, 3.
Michigan, 1; Kalamazoo Normal,
Michigan, 0; Cornell, 1.
Michigan, 5; Syracuse, 7.
Michigan, 4; Syracuse, 9.
Michigan, 6; Cornell, 13.
Michigan, 4; Cornell, 2.
Michigan, 3; Swarthmore, 8.
Michigan, 4; Pennsylvania, 2.
Michigan, 5; M. A. C., 3.
Michigan, 2; Notre Dame, 1.
Michigan, 6; Notre Dame, 4.
Michigan, 1; Alumni, 1.
FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION
INVESTIGATES COST OF PAPER
The Federal Trade Commission is
making an investigation to determine
whether or not there has been an un-
due' increase in the cost of news print
paper. The hearing will be based upon
information received from newspaper
publishers and examinations of the
books of account of prominent paper
manufacturers. The meeting of those
interested will be held on August 1 at
the office of the commission at Wash-
CROWN PRINCE OVER VERDUN
Amsterdam, July 25.-The German
crown prince made his debut last
week as a military flier, according to
word reaching here from Berlin. For
fifteen minutes the heir to the German
throne risked his life in a German
aeroplane over the French lines be-
While admiring this fresh proof of
the crown prince's courage, consider-
able adverse comment was heard in
Berlin, the Germans holding that as
heir to the emperor Prince Frederich
Wilhelm should not needlessly risk
his life in such dangerous exhibitions
of courage. It was pointed out that
before the war the kaiser had always
prohibited his eldest son from assum-
ing such Viskts.
CASEIEN'r"S APPEAL DENIED
London, July 25.-Sir Roger Case-
ments' request for permission to ap-
peal to the House of Lords from the
verdict convicting him of high treason
has been denied.
An official statement regarding the
Casement appeal was issued this after-
noon. It read;
"The attorney-general has refused
application- for ,his certificate under
the criminal appeal act of 1907, au-
thorizing a further appeal of this case
to the House of Lords."
The4.vening Star today states that Former Professor Now In City
Colonel Maurice Moore, iispector-gen- . Dr. A. J. Pieters, formerly of the
eral of the national volunteers, Red- Department of Botany, is spending a
mond adherents, had forwarded a pe- short time in Ann Arbor. Dr. Pieters
tition to Premier Asquith praying for is now in the government service at
the revision- of the death' sentence on the Bureau of Plant Industry, Wash-
Sir Roger Casement. ington, D. C.
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