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The Wolverine, 1916-08-12

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156 3 Date of First Endeavor In Sport
One of Finest in Country; University When Baseball Was Played
of Minnesota to Copy Riehi- North of Campus
gan Plan
IDEAL FOR SOCIAL AFFAIRS Michigans prowess in athletics
dates from the year 1863 when the
Michigan's new Y. M. C. A. building first baseball team on the campus was
is all ready for the plasterers. The organized by several students in the
outside with the exception of the roof University and games were played on
is completed, and the inside decorators the vacant ground north of the old
will shortly commence work. Next medic building. Later in the year of
week the men will commence grading '65 a regular team was formed which
the ground in front and by the time was under the leadership of E. L.
the boys return to school in the fall Grant.
everything will present a shipshape A decade later footbal, the sport at
appearance. which kichigan has gained the most
The building will have three floors, fame was introduced at Michigan by
The baSement will have reading rooms JudgeWaynt Hayman, B. T. Cable, D. E.
and other apartments for various class DeTarr, and others. At first a ball of
officers. rubber was used, the game being play-
On the main floor there will be a ed Rugby fashion and the teams con-
lobby and main offices, consisting of sisted of fifteen men. Finally Mr.
offices for the president, general secre- Cable took a trip to Germany and on
tary, and student pastors of the various his return brought back with him a
churches. On this floor there will be leather covered ball which was used
ample fireplaces at the end of each by the teams henceforth.
hall, this feature making the lobby on This sport has snce 1900 Mnade
winter days a cheery place for the Michigan one of the most celebhated
frozen student. universities in the country for leading
On the second floor will be found the football teams, the records being filled
dining room, auditorium and guest with the names of Heston Snow,
rooms. On each floor, especially in Schulz, Wells, Thomson, Benbrook,
the basement and second floors there Craig, Hughitt, and Maulbetsch, all
will be ample space for social gather- shining stars In the history of the
O e of the peculiar features of this gridiron sport.
One he ecular.feauresof his Track and field athletics developed
new building is that it will contain no tr th d bingd tecolege
swimming pool or shower baths or later, there being no intercollegiate
gymnasium, the common features of competition until 1893. At this time the
Y. M. C. A. buildings all over the coun- Western Intercollegiate was founded,
try. This new idea was founded on largely because of Michigan's endeav-
the fact that the new gymnasium was ors. The first meet was taken by
a provider for exercising equipment M:chigan with a total of 52 points.
enough for the need of the students rider the leadership of Charles Baird,
and the new Union building will have former director of athl"s at Mich-
a fine swimming pool. On account of isan, the university made a strides
the fact that none of these things are 1a this field of sport. Prominent in
provided for, the new "Y" will have early records are the names of Car-
much more ample opportunity for so- peter, Bonive, Duffy, and Chapman.
cial gathering. The later records show names like:
To bring the students together in so- the following: McLean, Hahn, Gar-
cial meetings and especially for the rel, Kiellog, and Smith.
famous "Y" Sunday meetings where
famous speakers in social work have
addressed the students, a place will Iasement for Stacks Being Excavated
be provided on the third floor where The work on the new stacks of the
all the equipment of a modern hall will library is progressing in good shape.
be used. A moving picture machine In the past few days there has been
will be one of the innovations of this opened up a large hole which is to be
place, the basement of the new addition. This
The University of Minnesota is said will be finished soon and the construc-
to be copying the "Y" plans for their tion of the stacks will start imme-
new building. diately.
The Water Way Is the Only Way
The Great Lakes i the mecca for paricuarand exepereced treles n balesa
and leesnreete The D.&C. Le steamercmbdytall the qulitesaof spedBaety ,
ad csmfort. T ri eedocs of the deck, the cool. treecebtg ak ale breees, the cer- -
sadlous State ros adunecelecuisine, sake ie aboard these floatiag palates a
esae atf elymea.
Dirg sumescrseasontheTweGianssothe Great LaesSt CityafDroiltland
ctysf CeelaadsII, orate day serics e beenDeteitAd Buffaodaysevice
kteca Detesit and eeand. als degktcat day trip drets July and Agscit as
we atwooatsautsoDtrotand Cleeland ery Sttr and Sunday nghts
TOMACKINAC IsLAND AND WAY PORTS-From Jane 25thnto Setemer tth
Daffy sevceecbetwen Toledo And Patn--ay, Jane less tos Septmke101k.
On D. & C. Line steamer sfor transportation betweenDetroitand Cleveland.,Detrot
and nunal, either dreetion.
Send tw ont stamp car tiustrated pamphlet and Great Lakes MAP. Address-
L. G. Lewis, 0. P. A., Detecit, Mfch.
PHILIP 0. MMILLAN, Pre. A. A. SCHANTZ, Vice-Pres. & Ge. Mgr.
AllD. a C. Steamers arri+ and depart Third Avenue Wharf. Central
Sadard Time.

I ,

In just two short wee
summer session will be ove
Student or Miss Student,
may be, will return to
carrying wiith you the m
a pleasant and profitab
Michigan has providedc
your special needs, she h
the country to secure l
speak to you, she has giv
best. When it is all ove
you going to do for Michig
There are but fev of us
vance Michigan's glory o
letic field through thes
our. bodies, fewer still of
our debt of gratitude by d
scholarships, but there is
or woman on the campus
boost for Michigan and th
ally cancel his obligation.
Michigan and believe that
with it has been well spent
about it. It won't hurt you
do the University good.
Boosting may be effect
eral ways. Whether you
lawyer, doctor, engineer,c
man, you can boost Michi
troducing Michigan ideals
into the life of your comm
is one way. Another wa
a by-product of the first
emplify in yourself these i
the best that's in you to y
your business, your profes
igan is judged by the men
she produces.
Still another method ise
ward Michigan students w
of help to her. If you h
ceptional student in your
whose presence at the
would mean profit both to I
to the University, tell]
Michigan. Tell him why
here, why Michigan mean
you than .any other colleg
has to offer to fill his
needs. If you have a bh
town who gives promise(
ing into a great college a
him the story of Michigan
tell him of Heston and o
Schulz and Sisler, and Sm
days when the Maize and B
flew proudly over the conq
Tell him of Michigan's a
ditions, of her great Ferr
her thousands of loyal alu:
There are plenty of thi
about when you are boos
igan. There is her engin
lege, the largest in the wor
school famous wherever ti
law rules; her faculty,
scores of names of nation
once. Go over the long lis
occupying positions of trus
civilized man abides. On
and in the pulpit, in the hall
ture, in the Norway minesl
fjords, on the blazing sand
may be found men who we
and blue button in their lap
have a far-away look in
when you talk to them of
Tell your friends of th
spiit, of that intangible h
ocracy that surrounds th
campus as it surrounds no
And, last but not least
what Michigan has meant
you think that there is not
been, and never will be, a
lege like Michigan, say s
will have given the bigges
are capable of. Second hai
interesting but it is the rea
experience that makes the
Describe, exalt, compar
if you must, but throu


kthe 1916 II IIUIA IB e~tillroit .Alumsnae In Campign to Raise
LL lVIGIGoeyor eLUIIIn eer
r. You, Mr.
as the case More Celebrated Men Than Any Other One of the greatest advances in the
your home, University in the Country; 83 living conditions for women students
nemories of Congressmen of the University was made when the
le summer. two dormitories, Martha Cook dormi-
courses for Michigan University has reasons to tory and Newberry residence, were
be. proud, because it has more cele- completed last year. Newberry Res-
as scoured brated men than any other university idence, the smaller of the two dormi-
ecturers to in the country. Men that this Univer- tories was built by the aid of funds
en you her sity has turned out have held some of raised largely through the efforts of
r, what are the biggest positions in the world. the associations of collegiate alumnae.
an? There has been something like 33 sen- One of the more unusual features of
who can ad- ators and representatives in congress, the building is the students' laundry
in the ath- a number have attained eminence in room, and the room well equipped with
strength of medicine and sciences, among whom sewing machines and work tables. The
us can pay was William W. Greene, the first to sleeping rooms are both single and
onations of remove the thyroid gland in goitre. double rooms and are uniformily furn-
not a man Eleven of the United States supreme nished.
who can't court judges were Michigan men. The Martha Cook dormitory, one of the
ereby parti- present ambassador to France is a finest dormitories for women in the
If you like graduate of this University. In short, country is the gift of the Cook family
t your time Michigan University is the most noted of Hillsdale, and is a memorial to
,tell others for its great men of any university (Martha Cook. The style of the build-
and it may in the country. ing is Gothic, and the interior is par-
ticularly beautiful. The paneling and
ed in sev- C. OF M. HEALTH SERVICE RANKS woodwork of the living room is natur-
be teacher, MI H IN UNIVERSITY CIRCLES al teakwood, and the carving through-
or business out the building and the mantelpieces
gan by in- Michigan's health service has been and fireplaces are examples of fine de-
and spirit declared the second best in the United tail work. Every convenience has
unity. That States, by Dr. Cabot In a recent issue been furnished for the girls from
y, possibly of The American Magazine, who has kitchenettes and dining rooms on each
is to ex- made a study of the subject. Califor- floor to electric curling irons.
deals. Give nia Is the only other university which These two dormitories are of course
'our school, has a service comparable to that at only a beginning and are far from ad-
sion. Mich- Ann Arbor, and California's bureau has equate, considering the number of wo-
and women had a start of 12 years, whereas Mich- men students in the University. The
igan's service has been going only dormitories are nmostly reserved for
to turn to- three years. Considerable improve- freshmen, who most need the advan-
'ho will be ments are being anticipated for next tage they afford. For those who are
ave an ex- year. Students are treated free of not able to live in the dormitories a
school, one charge at the service throughout the list of thirty-eight approved rooming
University regular and summer sessions of the houses is furnishtd. At present an
himself and University. Dr. H. H. Cummings, head effort is being made by the Michigan
him about of the local health service, has an- alumnae of Detroit, to raise funds for
you came nouncell that every day during the rest another dormitory. *
tt more to of the summer will be called a Tuber-
e, what she culosis Day, and through this means Prof. T. E. Rankin at Cavanagh Lake
immediate all students who desire to be exam- Prof. T. E. Rankin is spending the
oy in your ined for symptoms of tuberculosis will week-end at Cavanagh Lake and will
of develop- receive thorough examination. retu-n Saturday evening.
thlete, tell
d Craig, of
ith, of the to LYN D ON'S, 719 N. University Ave.
lue banner
uered west. PO.
thletic tra- astfan Kodaks Eastman Films
7y Field, of..
mi . Guaranteed Amateur Finishing
ngs to tell Enlargements from your Negatibes a Specialty
ting Mich-
eering col-
,d; her law I have led while others followed in amateur finishing for twelve
he common years. Now we are still leading. We guarantee perfect results
comprising or no charge. We give you "Peace Time Results," as we have
al promin- a plenty of Metrl (which we could sell at $50.oo per lb.) and
lof alumni, we venture to say that no other firm is using Metol for finishing.
at wherever If you want the best results you will bring your films here.
the bench
wof legisla- Too esdm LYN D N 'S 719 North
.8o Igsl- HiAuditorium University Avenue
by cold blue
s of Arabia
ar a yellow
ael and who
their eyes
Ann Arbor.
6 Michigan Whew, It's Hot!
alo of dem-
e Michigan Let's go and get some good old
, tell them
to you. If
, never has
nother col-
o, and you
t boost you When you're hot and thirsty
nd facts are or just for fun, there's noth-
1 first hand ing comesup toitfordelicious-

lasting im- ness and real refreshment.
e, condone
gh it all, -
Demand the genuine by full name--
nicknames encourage substitution. -for'umme
for Summer
has gone to ATLANTA, GA.
ission, near
return until


Dean V. C. Vaughan Away f
Dean Victor C. Vaughanl
his summer home at Old M
Traverse City. He will not,
the last of September.

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