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June 24, 1920 - Image 4

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The Wolverine, 1920-06-24

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Not one error was made by either
team in the encounter, both aggrega-
tions doing perfect work in th~e field.
Several pretty "plays were made, two
of whichi by Michigan cut off probable
scores. A wonderful scoop of Makin's
,grounder in the first inning by Van
Boven made the third out, and kept
California from scoring a man, who
was on third.
By making a shoestring stope of
Works' single in the sixth inning, Per-
rin tied the Bruin first baseman on the
ilnitil sack and robbed him of a dou-
ble. Langenham, in center field, made
a pretty catch of a fly in the eighth in~-
ning; which was booked for a it. Fine
fielding by Californiia men kept Michi-

BUDGET OF U ERSITY0
APPRJOPRJIATION OF,
$3, 140,00

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Approval of an increse in the ad-
m inistrative budget of the University
amounting to $400,000, which makes
the total for the year come to $3,10-
000, was given by the Board of Regents
at a mceting June 10. The increased
high cost Of everything is the reason
given for the large rise in operating
cost.

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from securing several more Arjiouncement was made of the fact
that Alumnae house had been entirely
customary spirit, which has pre- paid for, checks having been received
1at previous games, was not to pay off the debt, and with the clear-
Ii Tuesday, and apparently the ing off of the debt, the University will
.earns were gripped by the samej be in a.position to accept the building;
g, for the contest was not as in trust.
)y and hard fought as usual. I Several resignations were accepted
summary is: by the Regents, among them being that
of Dr. Ira Dean Loree, for many years
41 ieigan associate professor of genito-urinary
AB R H SB SH 0 A E surgery in the Medical school. Loth
e, ss.. 3 1 .1 0 0 3 2 0 Dr. Clyd~e Stouffer, of the University f
if .... 2 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 Health Service, and _Miss Hope Conk1:-
a, rf ... 3,. 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 lin, sociai director of Helen _Newberry,
oven, 2b 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 Residence, resigned.

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Prof. Louis Strauss, ciairtmn of the
committee on, student allairs. handed
in his resignation as chairman of that.
ccminit, and it was accepted. _ Sev-
eral fellowships, averaging about $500i,
were given to the University.

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6"THIE BEST PART OF
SVMME~R SCHOOL""

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Stolen1 bases -Perrin,
r. Left on bases5--Cali-
higan, 0. B'ases on balls
off Ellison, 1. Hits-
off Ellison, 3. Struck
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17 !NICKELS ARCADE

Publoishdevery Tuesday, Thu a dS tra uigS m

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School

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Best

.uvenirs

NEWS OF

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LUMNI - of classes "past and
1 not wvant to leave Ann Arbor
with them the most significant
venirs -- Michigran M. usc. Col-
ue in 'the for m of Michigan s
er you mayl be, Michigran music
power to carry you back to old;

CAMPUS

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CITY

WORLD

OHIGAN MUSIC -- including number's
rpm all of the Union operas - may be secur-'
i individual sheet form. "College Days" anid
eni Night Falls,~ Dear," two of the favorites,
available In special souvenir editions.
F IT dto fteMcia jok will be ready for distribution the late
of the summer or early in the fall;. and, we
iow booking orders. The new book will be'
plete in every detail and will include music
the last opera.
Alumni are extended a cordiail invitation to visit 'our store-
"The Home of MVichigan Music."

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