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The Wolverine, 1914-07-30

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THE WOL V ER IN E

THE WOLVER[NE
OR? lJEUM ~~ The official student newspaper for
______________________ the University of Michigan summer
-- session. Published by the students on
THrU. roy au-'wftt~r. r of tre Tasday :Thursday-and Saturday a-
- rk." A six reel Viterah featere. ternoon. Twenty-five issues.
F1.July 3- "Tb. Baby Spy," a .s..elig Addres, The W overine, Pres Build-
uhpitueMnayTellet i "A Tght ing, Maynard ,St., Ann Arbor.
' ;Leo N. Brett-Mafnsging Editor
Phone-1283-M.
y ~~ F. tGurnee 3Phoner-1407-M, M)anage.
C oflteAthletic Editor-Charles Kfedrik.I
MEN'S FURNI-INGS
VASIY 133 B I O uan Bonilla Sttclbridgo Hilton
1 107 South University Ave. Harold Boweok Clement Jckman
Louis'Bruh Charles Johnson
j j / Vre Burnett Dudley McClure
MUTS VI ROS.WilertFuller arry Vandarwarker
The Finest Billiard Room In the State Walter Watson
CIGARS and CANDY Buiness Staff
"tWe Try to Treat You Right" . W. Donaldson, Ass. Bus. Mgr.
T.C. Hill Lee Watson
Subscription rates-By carrier, sev-
'Unierolp' cboo of eny-five cents for the summer;
mailed:to any address for one dol-
Maynard Street Ann Arbor 'Advertising rates-Furnished upon ap-
Annualon Summer Sess1ion plication. to the business manager.
Jane 9 to Augut 21 Subsriptions and -ads tken at Qbeias
an2ruc 10o Agnal 21nces ry's, Cushlgh and Soth Unvu -
ofnMsirctini l nhs- sity Pharmacy,
of MusicOffice Hours: Managing edtttr, 2:A05
For full Information, -Call to 3:00 daily; . business manager,
at the Office, 1:00 to 3:00 daily, "phone 960.or
GtAttES A. SNKt Secretary 2414,
THURSDAY, JLY 3, 114.
Y2CH1IO IS NEW WOMNAN.
Su ga r LB oX l Chages in social systems arege-
109S. am tret -ally subtle. But Michigan is about
- to witness a rapid, obvious transformsa-
BestlIce Cre m tin in its social'strcture. Michigan
HA~er Y1<SmadeCaridy is to become less of a man's univer-
fresh d aiy sity than it has been in the past.
Prom t Sev~ce The two new dormitories will offer
PHONE 987. to the on-sorority woman a new type
of college =life. Women buffeted about
in uncongenial rooming 'houses and
boarding houses will be given an op-
portunity to enjoy for a while the e-
( en iar atmosphere of a residence hal.
13 ie ' It will give the woman more of a uni-
t/ ' JJJfed "small college spirit" Sororities
LAWA AND MEDICAL will have ess pronminence. And a new
tpe of woman will be attrated.
______________________ Women who have held' up their
NEW- AND SECOND-HAN.D hands in horror at Michigan 'and 'its
______________________ uncouth men,' and have 'fled to the
more kindly shelter of a ' girl's school"
Complete , t iee ay be induced to give the future
Text-Books Michigan a 'trial.
Text Laboratery Books
!referenceBooks " 0
ictonares LETTERtS FitOJi ANIALS
Conipends, etc. C Letter No, -1,
CASH OR XCANOI5 FOROnBadSS.mprtr
YOUR OLD BOOKSOnBadSS.Ipeto, -
_________________________July 7, 1914.
LARGEST STOCK IN MCHIGAN Dear Wolvrine:-
_______________________ Mick and self arrived in the wicked
( city of New York last week, "andafter
C'1 4 E .Barth many wierd expertece finally gui
safely ensconsed on the sove liner.
326.. Sate St.- Tel. t61M This is the largest -ship afloat, you
know, and isn't supposed to mind wa-

DOSUBLE DEFEA'T
ILOT 0F lIEJO;t S TINKER 4
(Continued frm pae 1) FRIHR n ATR
Lords singled. Achi followed sut with FRIHR n ATR
ansother bingle and Lords scored whens 342 S. Stale
=-Ri- : U . g rudr eiser then eonnected tor a-clean hit-
soig Aci a Y u V in V Onke, &-tagts-- kcdi
lied himself when H-uebel singled. AB
Hrilmnyer was tagged at second after Usilbraith, is ....4
taking a walk and Roes flied to Smlitih, Kline, p & 3b':.. 3
slopping the processton. Robinson, lb & p ..4
Today's gamie between the 190s and Smith, s.....3
laws has been postponed until next Diske, ci.........
Monday. The laws have -been out of Shaeffer, vi, & p ....2
the game for the past ,week on account . l'almer, 2b & c ..2
sf examinations but, will be back on nosnaldsoon, c ...3
the fied to play the medics Friday and T hrun, 3b & 2b... 3

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SUMMER SCHOOL
And Students Supa
plies Second-Hand
Books for all de-
partments.

the engi4neers on. Saturday.
The sumsmaries follow:
TUESDAY
Engineers
Tbomas,3:b,... 4 11 00
tfughittc.....4 1. 2 11, 0
tg'aton, ss......4 0 2 1 0
Stewartlb ......4 1 1 3 -1
Whesat,p......4 1 1 2 0
Cranecif.... ....:...3 0"01 0
Uotdlss.rg,cet:.,.., .0 0 0 0 0
Lyonsr,:rf ... ......2 0 0 1 0
Fead, 2b;... .,.....3 0-010
Rnowlson, Ifi....3-0, 2 1 0
Totals..,...31 4 0 21 1
AB R H: P( A
Kline, 3.......30010 0
Nutlng,ss ......3 0. 0 0 .1
StateI ..........2 0 0 1 0,
Smith,cf *s- .: 0 0- 1 0
R-obinson, 1b -...30 0 5 11
O'Connior, 2b . 3 00 2 2
Daaldsos ce. 0 -0 12. 1
Calbraith,p:.:. 3 .0.1 0.0
fibeffer, rf..i .. 1 1 1:0 -0
'Thrun, virf .....1 0 0 f0:
Totals;..,.......24 1 2 21 5,
;nningo H Hl

Totals..........27 2 7 10 3 40
iInns R H HE
Litsa........1 04 0 61-12 121
Hy Medics.... 0 01 0 10-2 7 1
0 Three base hits-Reiser, 11luebel:;
hosts runs-Nienman; first base Ott
11 balls-off Brilmyer 2, Schaeffer 2 itt
1 : 1-2 innings, Robinson 1 in 1'innsine;
t left on abases--fits 3, msedics 7; first
t base on errors-mtedics 1,;lis 3 struck
losst-by llrilmnyot-0, Uchasfier 4 its
3 1-2 tunings: time of gause-1:20.
0 For results have your filins develop-
ed at Hoppe's, 010 East Liberty St. tf

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Eng ........ 0 0 0440- t,9 4,
Iledics.. 00a1.0 0 00-.1 2 3
-Twvo base knit-Knowlson; three base
hits-Houghit 2: home run- Wheat:
first base on balls-off Galbraith 1, off
Wheat 2: left on bases-eng. 5, medics,
.4; first base on. errors--eng. 2, usedics
2; ,struck out-by Galbraith 11, by
,Wheat t10; pased ball--Hughitt; time,
of game 1:29. Umpire-Kendrick.
WVEINESIOAT
Lits
AD R 11 P0 A E
Rei'ser, 2b .. 4 33 1 10
Hlrilimyer, p . 1 2 1' 1_v0
Huebelons.. .4 1 2:1 10
Rossib....... 222.60 0
Niemaun, 3bt .4 1 1 , 1 1
Glennyciof..........3 10O}00
LordIf .......... A 1 2 0 0 0
Ahi, c ..,......41 16 20
Van Winkle rf .... 3 1 0 0 0 0
Totals........12 121218S 611

Service,; Quality, and Prices Right.
EdsI's Rexall Drug Store. 122 So.
Main St.' Phone 35. tf
July. Clean-up Sale. Oxfords &
Suits. Campus Bootery. tf
Buy your kodak filins asnd supplies.
at Sugden Drug Co., 302 S. Stale. ti'
Electric fixtures for sale. Istquire
at University Manic House, Press
btuilding, MVaynard St. tf
Weynsaun Mandolates, Martisn Col-
lars, and _Musical Instrumeuts of
every description for sale at reason-
able prices at Schaeberle & Son's Mu-
scHouse, 110 5. Msin St. ti.
Rent a camera at Hloppe's. l10e a
day, tf
Summer Students Notice
We give special attention to sins-
teur finishlig., Damnes & Nickels, 336
5. State SL.,. over Cusing's Drug.
Store tf
Clean soda water at Calkins. tf
1-4 OFF
Otn Reach. and "Ty Cobb"
Base Ball Cloves
AT
SWTE5'
310 State

University Bock Store
DETROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TAOi,.
timsited ad Epess Cas fosDetrttit-t
a . ad hourly tso 6:- p. a., l'.8 5.
LimialdCa s le aatro t-ie t a. n.. . a'~
andeertea hs irt :6p.me :6p
m.t :p . , g:aaft~au - . um a - .t..,
eTOlee afotvnt_;i.i.0s so, ties'sf
pa. ir ., ,5:06 p. s. 1 1 r .l
LmieKirsfoldasor--Ha:tkWrk.a
Facyto outoy7Hat" Stor
118ca . C rs aon-St. Nssra. ,6.isa. Holo
tc. 1211rS: ri5 p. Isi. A h n 1
Al'sittinds ir .a ttHat Wo~erka
11nraEHunlrSt. Nerarings Ieynint
TCOVASIMBSAVIGSHAL
Floritsts 5sasa a
Ur th tt .Uiv.tiAve.t ta P'. oine 11
Caittal t ooco upit,$orr
t :enpe s it xttt rfit'. . tl1c , 5aa
Saf petCee ittiat ou teos at vit oflOrst'
ast t~sisxOurnatchwtlrdt-t
3,aest . in t.,stl oSa. tngs t5'.tl p4
THEANN INBOR&SWIGELAN
1219 So. dUnvdYoisiy Avenue-o
CroigafarGettesalankCndyuinr
31.U . Ham n 55-r, CFrlONIEmunAt .
TNIER IYAETHAREAC
OMLINGNEXTWIEK
CoiganytHusbandCan

CANADIAN
CRASHES
You know 'the material-
lihporous, elastic,.
sotin texture,durable
in quality-the ideal
fabric for a Summer
suit.
We have them, together with
a large -asaortment of flannels
Full Dr s. uits a Specialty
G, H. WILD Go,
Leading Merchant 'railorsa

'e, fish or other atmospheric phenom-
tea. But you should have seen Hick
last night. The elements took a chance
and blew up quite a gale while we,
were at dinner.. Now Hick, seeing,
that they let you eat all you can get,
sway with ( French. names for every-
thing, tool, began with soup and two
;hours later was selecting. some choice.
nuts. The gale I spoke of was on the:
job, rocking the. Imp ( as we globe-
trotters call, the weesoel) and Hick,
shortly after dinner, became nervounly,
indigestive and if it hadn't begged him
not to give up the ship, heaven knows
what would have happened. He's on.
deck again stow, hut isn't eating.
The scenery isn't much to talk shoot,
though we have passed some very at-
tractive ice-bergsl end, a couple of
'speedy cattle boats. On board it is
better, especially the two in stateroom
104. If Pat were -only here wve could,
meet 'em, but Hick is all in and you,
knsow use, Al. We expect to reach,
Liverpool tomorrow afternoon, thena ts
Lnnon. WXill write more from there.
' CARP.

A LAKE TRIP' FOR REST AND RECREATION
UseD,: & C.:Lime; Steatners, for Bueineee and Pleasure Trips
HErefirenhing -lakn breezen, the freedom of the deckn end the
luurious contort of, the popular 0.& C. Lin steamers ore wait-
sug for you. 'Whether you go' north to beautiful Mackinac Island,
the famousr summer resort of -the North country, or choose the "Water
Wey" on :your trip =from the east or wrnt, you. will appreciate the marty
comforts us oaur palatial steamern."
Daily service heieDtroit and Cleveland, und Detroit and Botffulo.
"Four tripn weekly from Toledoe and Detroit to :Mackinac Island and way
poets, Delightal day nrips hetween Detroit and Cleveland daring July
and "August.. Popular week-rod. excursions every Saturday hetween
Detreit and Buffalo, :and Detroit Aod Clevelond.. Special Steamer Cleve-:.
land to Masckinac Island direct, two tripn weekly, Jane 25th te Sept. 10th,
making no stops inmaute except at Detroit every- ltip. Daily service be-
tween Toledo :and Put-In-Bay, June.10th .to Septemher 10th.
YOUR RAILROAD ,TICKETS, reading hetween Detroit and Buf-
fal or Detroit and Cleveland, are available fee transportation on D. & C.
steamers either direction.
AN INTERESTING PAMPHLET giving detailed description of
various trips will he mailedyou on. receipt" of two cents tos"pay postage.
Address L. C. Lewis, Cossl, Passenger Ageot, Detroit, Micts.
DETROIT '& CLEVELAND NAVIGATION COMPANY
Phitip H."'MoMilan, President A, ASchansto, Vice-Pros, sod Gent Mgre.mr rieaddpr rm:oo fTidSreDtot ih
THEWOAST LINE TOMAC K IN .4c
-- BUFFALO. NIARFAUS'
ALPENA

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