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May 31, 1919 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1

ALWAYS ASK FOR
YESTERDAY'S GAMES
(Morning Ganes) r
n~o rAmerican League
St. Louis 0, Detroit 2.-
Cleveland 1, Chicago 4.a
New York 4, Washington 2.-
Boston 10, Philadelphia 6.1
I CM aNational League Y
IE C R EM Cincinnati 3, Pittsburgh 9.
Brooklyn 2, New York 6.t
Philadelphia 3, Boston 6.
De*IIc ad Refreshin'g''''
ious and R efreshingChicago 4, St. Louis 5.
(Afternoon Games)
American League
St. Louis 2, Detroit 6.
New York 6, Washington 2.
All the NEW SUMMER HATS included in this week's Boston 3, Philadelphia 4.
Cleveland 2, Chicago 3.
specials at the Millinery Parlors of N a t i o n a l ' L e a g u e
Cincinnati 2, Pittsburgh 3.
Brooklyn 1, New York 4
Philadelphia 0, Boston 6.
STEVEWNS & PERSHINGChicago 1, St. Louis 4.
PHONE 1028W 618 PACKARD, near State THREE RUNDRED ATTEND
HORSE RACES YESTERDAY
(Continued from Page Three)
horses at the first turn of the first
picture Framinghet
Summaries of Races
Wo carry a complete line of mouldings and all nel First Race - Won by Maxie; sec-
stock. Our picture department is up-to-date in all re- ond, Miss Gale; third, George Wood;
fourth, Winton Six; fifth, Red Arrow.
spectS and Ape can sale you money. Time, 1:12 1-4. Second Race F'- Won
See our line of canoe paints. We solicit student patronage by Molly 0. Todd; second, Dolly B.
Wilkes; third, Nellie M. Time, 1:33 1-4.
MIRRORS Swin Third Race - Won by Hazel Pointer;
PLOEEe4 2EL B rY T- second, Fanny J; third, Pearl Mobile.
PHNE8 207 E. LIBERTY ST. Time, 1:11.
Wrestlers to Stage Tournament in Fall
(+ yy Wrestling will be come one of the
tbig sportsn the University next fall,
Kirschbaum Suits according to an announcement given
out last night. Plans are already un-
OXFORD TW ILL derway for a tournament in October
or November.
New Waist Seam Model A professional wrestling instructor
from Detroit will teach th University
men some of the fine arts of the game.
100 Per Cent Wool and No Compromise At the present time there is a wealth
of wrestling material, and the only
thing necessary is some real training.
F W GrossThey Could Not
.09. Mn Fool Prof. Young
309 3o. Main
Whitepine is not Western fir. We
have the authority of Prof. L J
" W a tchYoung of the forestry department
Y our S t VWhen controversy arose between a
ment of buildings and grounds con-
The first thing a stranger looks at is your cetning the identity of the flag pole
section that was ordered Professor
feet. Note that the eye travels from your Young was consulted and his testi-
mony discouraged the lawyers re-
face to your feet, and as a rule the feet receive taned by the lumber firm to defend
the greatest attention. therwood.
When the order for the pole was
A costume by Worth could be spoiled - sent In to Detroit it read specifcally
if the feet were encased tottihat the wood was to be Western fir,
~l tig not white pine, and that it was to be
footwear, painted white. When the pole arriv-
ed it was white pine painted red.
It is a duty you owe yourself to wear footwear which do your- When the lumber company was con-
self justice. Comfortable shoes do not always mean "homely" suited about the fault they replied
shoes. If the feet are properly fitted they are also prettily that Western fir had been sent and
fitted. when their claim was doubted they
turned the matter over to their law-
G3ross & Dietze When the attorneys found out that
Professor Young had identified the
117 E. Washington St. sample taken to him as white pine
w they promptly gave up the case as im-
possible and' agreed to take back the

tflag pole section. In order to avoid,
further difficulties E. C, Pardon, su-
Markets of Milwaukee Success, the common council," he said. "The perintendent of the building and
-Milwaukee, May 30.-Through its public markets in here afford an op- grounds department has sent the flag
publie markets Milwaukee has elim- portunity for direct transfer of prod- pole order to the Toledo Ship-build-
inated the middleman in the han- uce from producer to consumer that ing company and delivery is expected
dung of garden truck and some other is given in no other-large city in the within the next week.
produce to a greater extent than any country. In the western cities middle- The location of the flag pole near
other large city in America, accord- men are admitted to the public mar- the new library building will be
fag to F. C. Janssen, city dealer. kets with the result that much of the changed to some other part of the
"Additional public markets and benefit of the plan developed here is campus either during the summer or
buildings have been provided for by lost." the first of next semester.
RHINELAND NOT YET MADE
INDEPENDENT REPUBLIC
'"(By Associated Press)
Frankfort May 30. - Although a
A D V E R TI S Nsemi-official announcement was made
here Wednesday that the Rhineland
LOST FOR RENT was to be declared an independent re-
-. public yesterday advices from Coblenz
LOST--Brown leather tobacco pouch, FOR RENT-For summer furnished say the step has not yet been taken.
Sunday, near Saunder's boat house. apartment; four rooms and sleeping The leaders of the Centrist party
Finder please call 281. Reward. porch. 548 Church, rear. Phone who were supposed to be in favor of
LOST-Pair of nose glasses in case 2518-W. separation are said to be opposing it
at Ferry field. Finder return to FOR RENT unless the German national assembly
Daily. Reward.year. Steam heat, fine location. t and the Prussian diet deliberately ap-
FOB SALI class in all respects. 727 Ohkland. prove of the plan and have It incor-
porated in the peace treaty.
FOR SALE-Guitar and outfit, $8. Colt FOR RENT--The Daily can rent any
Automatic and holster, $12.$ 07 vacant property for you. Try it. Sides of Bacon Bring Big Price
Hill St. Lawrenceburg, Ind., May 30.-Two
MISCELLAIEOUS sides of bacon sold by Enos G. Hayes,
WILL gentleman who took hat f a farmer, brought $57. The bacon
WANTED-Four modern light-house- Hill auditorium by mistake please weighed 190 pounds and came from
keeping rooms ,furnished C.al 984-M return it to 514 Thompson and re- 'one animal which weighed 900 pounds

GREAT SCAFFOLDS ERECTED
IN LIBRARY READING ROOM
Scaffolds 50 feet high have been
erected to facilitate the painting of the
barrel-vaulted ceiling of the large
reading room on the second floor of the
new library building.
Thereaare two of these scaffolds
each 15 feet square at the base. Both
are on rollers so that they may be
moved. When in use the scaffolds are
placed next to each other so that they
reach across the room. The main
structure of each is 30 feet high and
there is on top of that two sub-plat-
forms, one on the center side being
20 feet high and the one near the wall
being 10 feet high.
Students read The D4ijy._ Adv.

DO NOT DELAY the Appointment for Your
GROUP PHOTOGRAPHS
so that we can have them finished before you leave

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Vassar Union Suits
Merton Caps
Dolphin Hosiery
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