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The Wolverine, 1916-08-10

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THE WOLVERINE
ONE MORE STAB 100MS - -oL LElADi S[CULEDS T
AT TI GR * S IIEIDULFE, SE ASON 1916*
ON AJHLE1IC O R iZON BE: Al DULUIB flUa H
- _*___Oct. 4-Marietta College at Ann *_
Cy" Funk, Star Football Player of O Arbor. * Thitec Events Itcladig Seven
LaunkStForta , o f Oct.7 -Case Scie stiic School * sdi Eights, is Pro
Lake Forest academy, to * at Ann Arbor.,* for Festival
Conte Here * Oct.1.-Carroll College at Ann *
*, Arbor *

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Another prep school star has ex-
ressed his desire to sport the Maize
nd Blue during the rest of his ath-
etic career. The latest recruit hails
rom the shores of Lake Michigan and
s said to be the niftiest all-around ath-
te turned out in those parts in some
ime. He is "Cy" Funk, star football,
asketball, and baseball player of the
ake Forest Academy of Lake Forest,
llinois.
The young man weighs 165 pounds,
s 5 feet 8 inches tall, and is reputed
o be the hest quarterback turned out
y the Illinois school in years, which
s no slight recommendation, for Lake
orest boasts an enviable reputation in
he gridiron sport. As a basketball
layer, he was one of the shiftiest for-
'ards in the state last winter and
ossesses an unerring shooting eye.
n the springtime the energetic young
entleman's fancy, contrary to the
sual rule, turns to the baseball dia-
ond, where he is a catcher of no
ean ability.
Patronize Wolverine Advertisers.

* Oct. 14-Mount Union College at
o Ann Arbor.
Oct. 21-Michigan.Agricultural
* College at Ann Arbor. *
o Oct. 28-Syracuse University at
* Ann Arbor.
* Nov. 4-Washington University
* at Ann Arbor.
* Nov. 11-Cornell University at
Itha. N. Y.
* Nov. 18-University of Pennsyl-
* vania at Ann Arbor.
. Pdr~ syto Attend Iredical Meet
Dr. Reuben Peterson, medical di-
rector of the University hospital.
leaves Ann Arbor Saturday morning
to attend the Fifty-first meeting of
the Michigan State Medical Society,
to be held in Houghton, Michigan,
on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurc-
day of next week. Dr. Peterson will
read a paper before the Medical so-
ciety on "The Report of the Committee
on Civic and Industrial Relation."

Duluth, Minn., Aug. 10.-Almost
every part of the Unit.i States east of
the Rockies will be represented in the
national regatta to be held here August
11 and 12. All of the leading scullers I
of the country will be among the con-
testante, but there will be one absence
in George Dibble, of the Don Rowing
club, Toronto, who for two years has
held the American sculling champion-
ship. Dibble is a lieutenant in a Ca-
Sinadian regiment and cannot get away
from his military duties to make the
trip to Duluth.
New York's bid for supremacy will
be made by representatives of the New
York A. C. and the Ravenswood Boat
Club of Long Island City.
The entries for the 13 events are
apportioned as follows: Intermediate
singles, 11; intermediate doubles, 3;
intermediate eights, 4. quarter mile
dash, 3; association singles, 11; cham-
pionship singles, 3; senior doubles, 2;
senior four shells, 5; senior quadruple
shells, 2; senior eights, 7; intermediate
four shells, 5; senior international four
shells, 5; junior eights, 3.
No previous national championship
regatta could ever boast of an entry
of more than seven senior eights, the
number received by the coming con-
tests. This year the honors for this
race will be contested for by ,crews of
the Detroit Boat Club, Duluth Boat
Club, Farragut Boat Club, Lynn, Mass.,
New York A. C., Undine Barge Club,
Philadelphia, and the Minnesota Boat
Club, St. Paul.

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of our delicious cold and
sparkling soda water on a
sultry day will open your
eyes to the difference in a
high grade, pure fruit juice
flavoring and that made
by artificial processes.
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The Fountain of Youth.
Corner State and Liberty
THE COAST LINE TO
D ETRO IT
CLEVELAND, BUFFALO, NIAGARA FALLS
TOLEDO, PT. H URON, ALPENA, ST. IGNACE.
A REAL VACATION
The Water Way Is the Only Way
The Great Lakes isthe mecca for particular and exserienced travelers on bsainess
andpleasuretripe. The D. & C. Lisa eSmers embody alt he ulitis o speedmsfey
ad comfort. The freedom oatshe decks, see cool, (refreshincg lake brees, the com-
modoussteate rooms aducexceled cuisine, mass lifsesaoad thess floating palases a
scarce ot enjoyment.
"D. & C. A SERVICE GUARANTEE"
During summer season the Twoants of the Great Lakes,strs. City of Detroit IIIand
City of ClereldIII, perate ialyervice beteen Detroit a laffalondaily service
betelenetscroitacd Cierolad'alsos deightul day tips during Jlyad Access, cs
well a twoboats out fDetrt ad Ceveland every saturdayand ISnday cnghts
desing thhese omonths. FOURIOTRIPS WaEEKLYvPROM TOLEDAND DETRIODT
TO MACKINAC ISLAND AND WAY PORTS-FKa acune n5t to Septembe 155h.
SPESCIAL STEAMER CLE'VELAND TO MACKINAC ISLAND. TWO TRIPS
WEEKLY. NO STOPS ENROUTE EXCEPT AT DETROIT EVERY TRIP.
Daffy service between Toledo ad Put-i-say, June 10th to September 10th.
YOUR RAILROAD TICKETS ARE ACCEPTED
nD.a.& C. Lice sainers for transportation betweenDetroit and Cleveland, Detroit
acd Buff ala, either diretion.
send net woca am r illsterted pamphlet and Great Lakes Map. Address
L. G. Lewils, 0. P. A., Detroi, Mich.
DETROIT & CLEVELAND NAVIGATION COMPANY
PHILIP, H. 'MeMILLAN, Pres. A. A. SCHANTZ, vice-Pres. & GenL Mgr.
AllID. & C.ISteamers arric and depart Third AvenueWharf. Central
Standard Time.

STEP TWO OF TOURNEY TAKEN
Prizes For Winners Now on Exhibition
at Huston Brotbers
The second round of the tennis tour-
nament was finished the first part of
the week. The results of the second
round were as follows:
Fitzpatrick d. Huck, (forfeit).
Judson d. Kline, 8-6, 6-4.
Meyer d. Thompson, 6-1, 6-1.
Fox. d. Hobbs, 6-0, 6-3.
Murdley d. Cline, 6-1, 6-8.
Cole d. Goldsmith, 6-3, 6-1.
The prizes for the tourney have ar-
rived and are being exhibited in the
window of Huston Brothers. A silver
loving cup and a silver medal are the
prizes for the singles and gold medals
for firsts in the doubles. George Moe
is the donator of a dozen tennis balls
which will be given to the team taking
second place in the doubles.
OREGON'S COACH NEGOTIATES
FOR CHICAGO FOOTBALL GAME
Potland, Ore., Aug. 9-Negotiations
are under way for a football game
this fall betweenthe University of
Chicago and the University of Oregon.
The proposition is now in the hands
of the Oregon faculty for approval.
It is understood here that the Chicago
end has been fixed.
Hugo Bezdek, coach at Oregon and
former Maroon fullback, is arranging
the deal. Bezdek is spending his vaca-
tion in Chicago, studying -medicine.
Whether the game will be played in
Portland or Chicago depends on the
action taken by the Oregon faculty.
i iuomobile Struck by Street Car
The automobile of H. K. Knowlson
of Forest avenue, was struck by an
Ann Arbor street car while crossing
the corner of Forest avenue and Hill
street. The car was seriously dam-
aged, the whole left side being badly
scraped and the fenders bent in.
None of the occupants of the car were
injured.

CAPTAIN JOHN-NY ,MAULBETSCH
Leader of the Maize ald Blue's 1916 football team. "Maully" was picked as
All-American halfback by Walter Camp in 1914 but lost out last year
as a result of an operation for appendicitis. le has regained full strength
now and is looking forward to the biggest season of his career
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