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Tommasso Tittoni, president of the
Italian senate, gave his first lecture!
before the institute Sunday evening.
Italian-American residents of the dis-
trict had planned a special welcome
in his honor.

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Helen Newberry residence has re-
ierca l cently .had as its, house guests Miss
Vial-1Cleo Murtland, of ,the industrial edu-
,dress cation faculty, and Miss Matilda Graf
Lt W Httzel, of the department, of public
ening. health at Lansing.
hie un-
United Miss Lucy Elliott, formerly soeial di-
e, has rector of Helen Newberry residence, is
"iiost the guest of Betsy Barbour dormitory
ing in for a few days.
a con- LAST FACULTY CONCERT
ion of , TO BE GIVEN TOMORROW

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(Continued from Page One)
Kamenoi Ostrow (Cloister Scene)
.Rubinstein
Orchestra
Two Negro Spirituals: .
Steal Away
0 Mary, Don't You Weep!
Chorus

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n Roadways ................Densmore
t Siie You Went Away........Johnson
d Come to the Fair . .............Martin
s Mr. Lindegren
f Suite, "A Day in Venice" ......Nevin
r (a) Dawn
1 (b) bondoliersI
e (c) Love SongI
d (d) Good Night
.e Orchestra
s Hiawatha's Wedding Feast ..---.
t . ................. Coleridge-Taylor
Chorus
- William Wheeler, Tenor
d Aabe Makes Two Afore Homers
New York, Aug 9. - Babe Ruth
d clouted his 40th and 41st home runs
- in a two-game series with Chicago,
- here Monday.
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BEG YOUR PARDON!'
e :1In the Issue of ,The Wolverine
of Aug. 6, a communication head-
ed "Attacks Afovie Prices" was
I ft unsigned, ,through an er-
ror in the composing room.. The
article should have been signed
Joseph Avery, Grad.
The lower headline over the
e communication should also have
read: "Graduate charges reduc-
tion in rates not followed by
I local managers."

A~LLIES OPENS MONDY
(Continued from Page O(ie)
sion in Upper Silesia, and General Wi-
gand, concerning Upper Silesia.
Ambassador Harvey ' conferred withf
Premier Lloyd - George during the
morning. Later the British premier
received a comunication about the
Sinn Fein request for the release of
John MacKeown, a member of Dail
Eireann at Dublin, but had not replied
-to it at noon.
The report gave rise to a rumor that'
the Sinn Fein was threatening to end
the Irish truce. It was subsequently
denied officially that the Sinn Fein
had made any such a threat. It was
explained at Premier Lloyd George's
headquarters that the Sinn Fein com-
munication only stated that the release'
of John MacKeown was a ratter of
greatest importance.
Opinions Divergent
There are divergent views between
Great _ritain and France on practic-
ally all of the issues on the agenda.
France wants to send reinforcements
to Upper Silesia at once. Great Brit-
ain holds that this is not necessary.
Great Britain wants to remove the
Rhineland penalties and to withdraw
the allied troops from Dusseldorf and
adjacent territory. France is opposed.
France supports the Turkish national-
ists in .the Near East; Great Britain
supports the Greeks.-
NEW SOCIETL OF VETS
HAY BE FORMED HERE
(Continued from Page One)
ing to Quitman. All who have been
wounded or disabled in any way dur-'
ing the World War are eligible for
membership.
The organization has not as yet
been sanctionedby the University au-
thorities, however. "No society can be
started without the permission of the
Committee on Student Affairs," said
Dean J. A. Bursley last night, "and
we have never received any petition
from , this one. Therefore, I cannot
give any definite statement at this
time as to whether it will be admit-
sted among the list of campus 'socie-
ties."
SEVENTY-FIVE MAKE TRIP
TO PUT-IN-BAY SATURDA.'
More than 75 persons, mostly stu-
dents, went on the excursion to Put-
in-Bay, Satuiday. The trip was, con-
ducted under the direction of Prof.
I. D. Scott who, during the stay on
the island, explained the ignIficance
of the various geological formations,
and pointed out the places of inter-
est.

Communicatio
(Continued from Page Thr
side the shdent body, whose]
tion he is attacking so vicious

BEG YOUR PARDON,

Editor, The Wolverine:
I had hoped to have an opportunity
to call and meet you personally before
leaving Ann Arbor to let you know the]
very unsatisfactory treatment I re-
ceived from one of you-r assistants.
The point is simply this, I had vis-
ited five of the middle western univer-
sities, and at each one, through the
department of education, had been in-,
vited to give an exhibit of our "Modern
Texts for Schools." In the'other uni-
versities, the summer school papers'
had felt it was an item of real news to
the teachers know.about/ this exhibit
and so I called on The Wolverine with
this in mind. Owing to your paper
coming out Thursday afternoon at 3
o'clock, I changed the day of my ex-
hibit from Thursday the 28th, to Fri-
day the 29th, as much an accommoda-
tion to your paper as to anything else,;
and when the issue' of the 28th came
out, it did not have a single reference
to the proposed text-book exhibit.
If American college journalism is
being used to instruct young men in
how the daily papers of our large cit-
ies are run, and the imethods they'
use, I should say The Wolverine would
be most successful, but if they are
trying to teach men interested in jour-
nalism, how to do the right thing in
anewspaper they are on the wrong
track.
S. SPENCER SCOTT,
Harcourt, Brace and Company, Inc.
New York.
This Week Ends
Net Semi-finals
All matches in the campus tennis
tournament must be played up to the
semi-final round by the end of this
week. Some of the entrants have
failed to play off the early rounds
and, by their failure to ao so, have
held up the play of the whole tourn-
ament.
No excuses will be accepted this
week and all men who have'been un-
able to play off the early rounds are
advised to notify their opponents and
report at Moe's Sport Shop. All play-
ers will have plenty of time before
Friday of this week to communicate
with their opponents and arrange a
date for the matches. If then the
match is held 'up by either parties'
failure to play upon the agreed date
it will go by default. It is said that
only by this method can the tourney
be completed.

I admire honesty. If their trouble is
poor management,, why don't they say
so. Or, if our campus syhlocks are
plain profiteering, why don't they
stand up and say so?
Having attended school in the south
I do not fear pole-cat warfare.
LAW STUDENT.

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pub~c fill SUMMER SPORTS

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(Continued from Page One)
Saturday \would in no way interfere
with classes.
It will be an easy matter, more-
over, to get the affair started, and once
the schedule is arranged to include
the games, no further difficulty will
be experienced in continuing them,"'
predicted the dean. "The constantly
increasing enrollment in summer work
pottends great things for the future,"
he continued. "Students are begin-
ning to realie the economic advantage
of finishing their college career in
three years and three Summer ses-
sions, thereby, enabling themselves to
enter their professions or the business
field one year earlier."
Support Assured
Athletic officials are assured the
support and co-operation of summer
school authorities in an endeavor to
start some regulated activity in one or
more of the popular summer sports.
"Despite efforts to bring about an at-
mosphere similar to that of the regu-
lar academic year, a very decided abs-
ence of a unifying spirit is felt," said
Dean Kraus.
Prof. "T. E. Rankin, secretary of the
summer school, moreover, points to
"the absence of relationship between
students of the various Conference
schools during the summer- terms," and
believes that a limited participation in
athletics would go far towards rem-
edying this.
Subscribe to' the Wolverine $.75
for the rest of the Summer.-Adv.
Use Wolverine want ads. They bring
results.--Adv.

Courteous and
TREATMENT to ev
er, whether the acco
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All notices for this column -s
be in the hands of Oscar 1.,.B
Assistaut to the President, by
o'clock on the morning of each
of issue, Tuesday, Thursday, and
urday.
Students expecting.to complet
ing the Summer session the rE
ments for a degree or for a te;
diploma are requested to call
office of the Dean or at the o:
the secretary of the school in
they are enrolled and fill out tl
essary blanks preparatory t
payment of diploma fees to th
versity treasurer.
E. H. KRAI
Dean of the Summer Ses
The Gun -and Blade club will
meeting at 7:30 o'clock, Thursd
n ng, in room 118 of the Union.
JAMES C. STEVENS
HIGH CLASS FO(
Served at CHUBB"
on State t. opposite Lane

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The Ann Arbor Savings
Incorporated 1869
\Capital and Surplus, $625,
Resources ......$5,000,
707 North University A
Northwest Cor. Main & I

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Our inetho4s and machinery are up-to'cdate in every detail. The result is
with less wear to the fabric. We cater especially to the student trade. One
on request. TRY US.

H. G. Prettyman

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pecial book sale.
,r of scientific and

85c popular copyrights
technical books at 50c.

VOICE

OUR DISPLAY
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B 09K STORES
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READY TO WEAR CLOTHING
SHOES, IMPORTED AND
DOMESTIC HABERDASHERY
HATS AND CAPS

EN'S FINE
C K W E A R
al for Summer Wear
RD CREPE
The tie that will not wrinkle
or show pin marks.
art new shape and a large
?nt" of handsome colorings

INTEREST IN DRAMA
SHO0WN - BY STUDIES
Widespread interest in good plays
ffor the community, and a desire to
become acquainted with the produc-
tion of such plays, is proclaimed man-
ifest by the organization effected by
the students in play production, under
the direction of Prof. R. D. T. Hollis-
ter, of the oratory department, in
the production of Kennedy's "Servant
in the House," Aug. 18 and 19.
One-act plays by such authors as
Wilde, Synge, and Maeterlinck are
used to train the students in an ap-
preciation of good dramas, and will
be used later in an endeavor to bring
about the use of such plays in their
local grange, church and school en-
tertainments.
Yesterday 's Scores
National League
New York'6, Chicago 3.
Brooklyn 4, Pittsburgh 2.
Cincinnati 9, Philadelphia 3.
St. Louis 7, Boston 6.
Americai League
Boston:6, Detroit 1.
New York 7, Chicago 0..
Chicago 5, New York 4.
Cleveland 4, Philadelphia 3.
Cleveland 7, Philadelphia 6.
Washington 16, St. Louis 5.
Use Wolverine want ads. They ]ring
results.-Adv.

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good stock and
will be pleased
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