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readily be overcome if the authorities of the Con-
.ference were to take up the scheme. With recogni-
tion given to summer athletics, it would seem at first
glance quite possible that the games might be con-
ducted under regular Big Ten rules, and if so, var-
sity men should be as well able to play legally as any
others. Even if the letter wearers were to be bar-
red, however, certainly, if enrollment figures are any
criterion, any one of the Conference summer ses-
sions should be capable of producing a considerable;
number of other good players.
The limitation of time, moreover, might be read-
ily overcome, as G. Huff, of Illinois, points out;, by
the expedient of individual specialization. At pres-
ent, each man on a team is trained o handle any
position, but under the eight weeks simmer plan, it
would be necessary to eliminate this practice and
have each man trained for one certain place. What
is more, it might be possible to begin practice early
in the spring, in which case the various coaches
should be able to develop at least the nucleus of a
series of first class teams for, competition during
the summer.
The ideais particularly applicable to baseball, the ,
collegiate season of which ends just before the open-
ing of summer school. But be it baseball, basket-
ball, track, or any other sport, certainly some plan
might readily be worked out, if the scheme were to
be considered actively by the authorities of the Con-
ference, and surely the present enrollments at var-
ious universities during the summer are sufficiently
large .to yield a considerable supply of useable mate-
rial.
Summer school is getting to be quite a fad, now-
adays, but it is largely spiritless. Why not use sum-
mer athletics to instill some pep into it?.

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Daily Program
July 28
5 p. m.-Socializing the High School
Curriculum., Miss Ruth M. Weeks, of
the Junior college, Kansas City, Mo
7 p. m.-Educational Motion Pic-
tures.
8 p. m.-Michigan Union ."Spot-
light" Entertainment. Admission will
be charged (Hill auditorium).
July 29
5 p., m.-Formal English. Grammar:
Its Use and Abuse, Assistant Prof. C.
C. Fries.
-8 p. m.-Michigan's Lakes: Their
Value to the State (illusrated),
Prof. 1. D. Scott.
August 1
5 p. m.--The Senses and the Learn-
ing Process in Fishes (illustrated),
Prof. J. E. Reighard.
8 p. m.-Recital. The Class in
Shakespearean Reading (Sarah Cas-
wel Angell hall).
August 2
5 p. m.---Greek Magic (illustarted)
Prof. Campbell Bonner.
8 p. m.-Stone in the Kidney, Dean
Hugh Cabot.
:August 3
5 p. m.-Dante, Assistant Prof. W.
A. McLaughlin.
8 p. m.-Concert. Faculty of the
University School of Music (Hill
auditorium).

at $10.00 This Week

J. Karl Malcolm
604 East Liberty Street

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- -GO CRAZY, AND DO ANYTHING
The systems of criminals are being improved most'
rapidly. Now, with the growing popularity of mur-
der, it is truly surprising how, many crazy men 'we
find among the looting and gun-toting gangs.
The process is simple. A crime being committed,
and the perpetrator imprisoned, pending trial, a
clever, lawyer is hired to protect the wily
law-breaker. He does, and his skill drags the case
s on for months, until at length punishment becomes
g imminent. Immediately a new scheme becomes the
e order of the day-the murderer goes crazy.
s It is surprising how simply a matter it is for most
L- of them to go crazy, and it is surprising how well
d they can get away with it. To prove a man guilty
t- is often an easy matter; to prove him sane is a
it difficult one; and you can't hang an idiot-lawfully.
is The insanity plea probably offers more of a refuge
y for the criminal at present than does any other s*-
tem of escaping the clutches of the law.
n If it continues to be found as difficult to prove
a man sane as it has in recent trials, a new problem
confronts judicial authorities-how to convict a'
te lunatic.
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Hailer & Fuller
State Sreetjewlers

Subscribe to the Wolverine.
for the rest of the Summer.-Adv.

$.751

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HIGH CLASS FOOD a
Served at CHUBB'S
on State St. opposite Lane HaN
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The Ideal Hot Weath

Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $625,000.00
Resources .........$5,000,000.00
707 North University Ave.
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron

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to A SUMMER SCHOOL OF POLITICS
n- (New York Times)
le Viscount Bryce explains that his visit to this
country is in nowise ;official, but is chiefly for the
g- purpose of meeting "old friends." If he were to
ns look them all up, he certainly would have no time to
Le do anything else and could not think of sailing lome
he so soon as in September. It is the simple fact that
:d, jno other foreigner ever made so many Americans
- feel' a friendly indebtedness to him as has James
be Bryce. His too brief stay here will have a public
c- aspect in the series of lectures which he is to, give,
beginning July 30, before the "Institute of Politics"
a at Williams college.
ny This novel and interesting experiment in promot-
e- ing intelligent discussion of foreign affairs his been
he long preparing. It was financed by an anonymous
lis benefactor of Williams. The work of administra-
be' tion was necessarily undertaken by members of the
ig college faculty, but they'have had the help of a note-
se worthy "Board of Advisers," who no doubt suggest-
s- ed themes for treatment and helped secure the emin-
ent lecturers. These include, besides Lord Bryce,
Baron Korff for Russia, Count Teleki for Hungary,
Signor Tittoni for Italy and Professor Viallate for
he France. And the plan embraces much more than
rg set addresses. There are to be conferences, debates
in and opportunities, for intensive study. The whole
th may be thought of as a sort of magnified seminar in
le the higher international politics, extending from
at July 29 to August 27.
of It is expected that students and men of affairs
g- from all parts of the country will be attracted to
Williamstown to attend the sessions and enjoy the
in advantages of this unique Summer school. The ex-
up pense of both membership and residence is kept low,
W_ thanks to the generous provisions made. This Wil-
S. liams Institute of Politics is one evidence more of
as the moral gravitation which'today draws the United
le States, as never before, to contacts with the rest of
v- the world.

For Home-Cooked Meals

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On Maynard Street, 1-2 Block South
of Majestc Theatre
- g buys a brand
$5Onew Corona
portable type-
writer. Other makes
at attractive prices.
See usbeforeyou buy.
TYPEWRITERS
of leading makes bought, sold,
rented, exchanged, cleaned and
repaired.
0. D.,MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade
FAILINGS'
DINING ROOMS
$7.00 per Week-3 Meals
$6.00 per Week--2 Meals
HOME COOKING
Electric Fans
Cool, Ventilated Rooms
714 30MONRIOE STREET
East of Cutting's Flats
Summer School
Students,
for
Fountain Refreshments
and Tine Candies
visit

with
Photography the Kodak way is less ex
than you think-and any Kodak is si
work-we can readily show you how ea
Autographic Kodaks from $8.oo up
Brolvnies $2.00 up

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soups and solid food hot, and ice cream
frozen, ready for instant serving.
Travelers,, Campers, Motorists,
Fishermen, Invalids-everyone has constant
need of them. Keep babies' milk either hot
or cold and sweet-save getting up at
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cleaned. They stand rough usage
because
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The funny part about this path-making business
is that, no matter how many foot trails are covered
up each year with new bits of concrete, pedestrians
will seek new sod to conquer.
In what, pray tell-, does the solution lie?
"Has a wife the right to search her husband's
pockets ?" the Inquiring Reporter of the Chicago
Tribune asked recently. Maybe yes ; maybe no.
But all that has nothing whatever to do with it.

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The Fountain Room Beautiful

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