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The Wolverine, 1920-06-24

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nic elms which o'er us bend
ene their sh'elter lend,
eir heights through years looked down
the classes leave Ann Arbor Town.
irst montha of Tappan's sway,
h the years to Hutchins' day, ,
ithin that span,
by mind of any man,
ssembled on this lawn,
ith-and then was gone.

CiL[ONDIAIS DEFEAT
{ MICHIGANNINE.9 B LY
(Continued from Page 1)
runs, but he, himself, was -unable to
score, as Works went out, second to
first.
Bruins Stop Scoring
In the next inning, a base on balls, a
stolen base, an out, and a sacrifice fly
to ceoiter field, let Hudson score. Cali-
fornia again counted in the sixth when
Smith's overthroW to first let Myers
stop on third, from where he scored
on Works' single. This ended the
Bruins' scoring, although they again
threatened in the seventh.
Scheidler, who was pitching his last
game for Michigan, failed to stand the
California punishment, and he gave
way to Smith in the fifth inning. In
turn Parks took. Smith's place in the
eighth, and Froemke went imy to catch
for Genebach.
The bo score is:
California

'ethe sons who brought Ann Arbor fame,
bear our Alma Mater's name,
rts of oak and ready hand
respect from all the land.-
what the nation's need,
toed ready with the deed.
always met the test,
greatest in the West.
aeet as once they met,
y burned, and faces set .
e stern and jealous cares of Life,
the tumnults, and the strife.
iile-then all of this is gone,
s vwe've made, the days of carefree song.
sses like the rest,
the self-same test
rendered God and Man,
at honors Michiga'n.
we write on history's page
mty justified its heritage,
s deeds it brought Ann Arbor fame,
bear its Alma Mater's name.

HUTCHINS SPEAKS
FOR ENDOWMENTS
(Continued from Page 1) .
fund of uncommon sense, and great
business ability." ,I-
In speaking of what Dr. Hutchins
had done for the university in a
physical way and of the large sum of
money he had secured for it, Regent
Gore said: "President 'Hutchins got
the people into the habit of giving to
their university. He also organized
the man power of the university. He
awakened the interest of a powerful
commonwealth in its university.
Still Is Noble Asset
"It is a source of great delight to
the regents to say that while he has
retired from active leadership he will
continue to keep step with us on the
morrow, that while he passes on the
real responsibilities to another, he re-
mains a helpful counselor and that he
will continue to be a noble asset to the
university and to the state.
"As Dr. Hutchins lays down the bur-
den of administration of this univer-
sity the universal words heard are:
'Well done.' To speak the praises of
real leaders is always a labor of love
and gratitude. The name of Burton
will succeed the name of Hutchins, but
it will never supplant it. Today the
University of Michigan is both proud
and happy. Proud of the past under
President Hutchins which is secure;
happy in conscious strength as, under
Dr. Burton, it faces the future and its
problems,"
iPortralt Unveiled
The Clarkson portrait, money for
which was secured by popeuar sub-
scription from students, faulty and
townspeople, was unveiled at the close
of the meeting by Carl Hogan, presi-
dent of the Union. In its place in the
Union where it will hang for years,
Hogan said that the portrait would be
an ever present example of splendid
manhood and an inspiration to future
generationsiof students.
Regent Murfin received the gift for
the University, and he. added his tribute
to the retiring executive, whom he
praised for his sterling qualities as a
maz and an administrator.

Consistently high scholarship brought
Kenneth Knode, '20H, the Frederick
Paul Keppel prize of $75. Knode, who
has played shortstop on the Varsity
ball nine for three years, and who
was captain last year, was recom-
mended for this honor by the Board
in Control of Athletics, and the Re-
gents ratified the award at its Tues-
day meeting.
Dr. Keppel, who was commencement
orator last year, deducted the expenses
of his trip from the honorium granted
by the University, and returned that
sum to be given to the "Ml" man hav-
ing the highest scholastic average.
LIT SCHOOL GRADES WILL BE
READY TO MAIL IN A WEEK
Grades of literary seniors were
given out Monday, when the prospect-
ive graduates called at the registrar's
office for their commencement tickets.
The mark of students in other classes
will be se t out as soon as they are
tran ribed, providing that the gov-
ernment envelopes come by that time.
Dr. Hall stated that he expected the
grades to be sent out within another
week.

KNODE
KEF

Rio de Janeiro, June
ready is making plans
King of the Belgians-
his projected visit th
in the year. The stE
one of Brazil's best m
will be sent to Antwe
to Rio.
Guanabara Palace, v
guests will be housed d
here, has been extensit
and refurnished.
Lynch Still Teaches
Jefferson City, June
Lynch, 80 years old as(
larly, was an interesti
recent annual meeting
superintendents here.
a member of the sta
Teachers' college at Sp
said to be the oldest
souri now active, and a

in the country.

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Works, lb .....
Hud4on, 2b .....
Rohwer, If.
Makin, 3b .....
Rowe, rf......
Dexter, c.....
Lowe, p......
White, ss.....

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Spiritualism Sweeps RuI
Bucharest, June 24.-A wavi
itualistic stances is sweepi
Rumania and some of the
claim to have received extra
"messages."

A MERICAN CIGAR STORE
BILLIARDS AND POCKET BILLIARDS
4 Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobaccos, Candies. Soft Drinks, Ice Cream

Totals.......32 7 9 0 27 9 1

514 E. WI.LIAMS

ONE LOCK FROM CAMF

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Michigan
AB R
Knode, ss'. . 4 0,
Kirch, If........4 0
Perrin, 'rf.......4 0' q
Vain Boven, 2b.. 3 0
/Karpus, 3b......4 0
Genebach, c .. 3 1
Froenke, c...,..1 0
Newell, lb .:., ,., 3 0
Iangenham,.cf .3, 0
Scheidler, pn..,. 1 0'
Smith, p........1 0
Parks, p...... 1 0

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BY JAMES KIRKWOOD
- IN --
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k 0f The Irish~

Totals.......31 1 5 12711 2
Summary: Runs - Myers, Hudson,
Rohwer (2), Makin, Rowe, Dexter, 7;
Genebach, 1 Errors-Michigan, 2;,
California, 1. Three-base hit-Knode.
Two-base 'its-Rohwer (2), Myers,
Works. St len base-Genebach. Sac-
rifices-Malin, Dexter, White. Double
play-Karpus-to Van Boven to Newell.
Bases on balls-Off Lowe, 1; off
Scheidler, 1; off Rith, 1. Hit 'by
pitcher-By Scheidler, 2, Passed ball
- Dexte#. Struck out-By.Lowe, 6; by
Scheidler, 2; by Parks, 2. Winning
pitcher-Lowe.

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Women who are interested in doing
editorial work on The Wolverine are
asked to meet in the publication of-
fices, upstairs in the Ann Arbor Press
building, at 11 o'clock Saturday and
Monday morning, June 12 and 28,
Women who wish to take part In
Women's league activities during the
summer session are asked tq call Dor-
othy Samuelson, '42, at Helen New-
berry Residence, or Marguerite Clark,
'21, at 2730.

TODAY-TOMORROW
IR ENE C ASTL
"The Invisible Ionid"
"Mongrel"~
A SUNSHINE COMEDY
ALL SEATS 25c

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and intelligence. As these openings are espe-
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that those who may qualify be prepared to work
with more than ordinary intensity and contin-
uity of purpose.
The investment banking business is no sine-
/cure. Success is 'achieved as in other lines by
serious thought.plus hard work, but it does offer
a greater monetary reward to the individual that
is willing to pay the price.
Please be assured that any who may qualify
will have our fullest co-operation to the limit of
4our facilities.
Appointment may be made either in Ann Ar-
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LUCK ofthelIRISH an ALLAN DWAN PRODUCTJON
REALART PICTURES
Here is the girl whose feet Grogan saw go by his
"shop" everysday. And when he started out on his
trip around 'the world, who should be on the same
boat but the lady with whose feet he had a "pass-
ing acquaintancf
He follows her around the world - to Venice,
Cairo, Calcutta, Hcig Kong - but "the luck of the
frish" is always with him!
r Comedy -'Too Many Burglars"
and Bray Pictograph
TOMORROW AND SATURDAY
DOROTHY DAL"T ON
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A REISSUED TRIANGLE
PRODUCTION
A GAMBLE IN SOULS"

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