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May 09, 1919 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1919-05-09

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_____TH-F MICHIGAN I)A.-:'Y

Ypsilanti Bootlegger Arraigned
John H. Thompson of Ypsilanti was
arraigned Tuesday before the Wash-
tenaw county circuit court for boot-
legging. Mr. Thompson was bonded
over to the October session of the
court on a $1,000 bail. He had brought
24 quarts of whiskey from Toledo.
Analization showed that the liquor
contained about 50 per cent alcohol.
And Other Articles
For
"UP THE RIVER"
TRIPS
SWITZER'S
HARDWARE
310 So. State,
We Do Panama
Hats Right
Notice
f'aania hats should be left witl us at o.lce i
order to have themu ready for stra w i at lay
Don't wait untH you are ready to wea your
Panaina before you bring it in, let ush bv.: it
110w so we can have it done ill nice shape wlIe
you want it. We use no acids, pastes or other
injurious compounds. We do only high cla.s
Work and your hat looks new when you get it.
we renew your hat while other cheap hat
cleaning places ruin it. Bring your hat in now.
We also clean and reblock felt
hats, put on new bands, make
hats to order, etc.
Factory Hat Store
617 Packard St. Phone 1792

Oriental Turkish tobacco charmed
the natives hundreds of years ago.
And when travelers visited the Orient, a new delight
'awaited and thrilled them-in smoking Turkish cigarettes.
The tobacco in Murad is 100% Turkish and is
gathered from those famous lands-and Murads are both
charming and thrilling.
True they are a little more expensive than -ordinary
cigarettes-but oh, such a difference
"Judge for yourself-!"

University of Michigan
Summer Session 1919
-)Yore than 300 courses conducted by a staff
of 250 members of the regular faculties of the
University. All University facilities available
Literature, Science, and the Arts, Engineering
and Architecture, Pharmacy, Graduate Study,
Library Methods, Biological Station. Embalm-
ing and Sanitary Science, Public Health Nursing
June 30 - August 22; Medicine and Surgery,
June 30-August 8; Law, June 23-July 26 and
July 28-August 30.
The work is equivalent in method, character and credit value
to that of the academic session, and may be counted toward de-
grees. Certificates of credit and attendance issued. Many spe-
cial lectures, recitals, concerts and excursions. Cosmopolitan
student body. Delightful location. Expense low.
For further information, address
ToE. RANKI N
Box 20, Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Athletic Underwear

SWIMMING REGATTA'
PLANS COMPLETED
Plans for the swi ~miig regatta
have practically been completed The
fete is to be held at the municipal
bathing beach at 10:30 o'clock Satur-
day, June 7.
11A variety of events are scheduled.
Including 20 yard free style dash, 20
yard breast stroke, 20 yard back
stroke, 20 yard crawl and fancy div-
inn contest. After the :swimming
events there will be canoe -aces andl
canoe tilting contests.
Tryouts are now being held at the
Y. M. C. A. pool at 3:30 o'clock on
Wednesdays. As the arrangements
stand now the contestants will be en-
tered independently but if enough men
turn out they will be (divided into teams
and the men in charge are hoping
to be able to make it an interclass af-
fair.
MORE ENTRIES FOR
INTERCLASS MEET
Entries for Saturday's interciass
track meet took on a slight increase
in number Thursday, although train-
ing on the ouutdoor cinder path was
interrupted by rain.
Many classes are co-operating with
the track department to encourage a
large last minute representation and
as the bulletin still /shows good op-
portunities in several events a big
turnout is expected before the list
closes tonight,
JUNIOR LIT BASEBALL TEAM
OPENS PRACTICE THURSDAY
Firsteregular practicehof the junior
lit baseball team was held Thursday
afternoon on south. Ferry field in spite
of damp grounds and threatening
clouds.
The class has placed its athletics on
a definitely organized basis since the
arrival of warm weather and system-
atic workouts will start at once in the
diamond game.
All men who wish to take part in the
opening game on Saturday morning
and the succeeding contests are ex-
pected to report for practice this aft-
ernoon.
The representation of the 1920 lits
in the class track meet to be held
Saturday afternoon is still weak and
all available class athletes are urged
to enter the events before the lists
close tonight.
Musical Club Managers to Meet
Attention of assistant managers and
tryouts for that position of the Var-
sity Glee and Mandolin club is call-
ed to a meeting at 4 o'clock Friday
afternoon in room 328, Natural Sci-
ence building. All should be pres-
ent.
Advertise n 'The Daily.-Adv.
CLABIFIED
LOST
LOST-Black leather note-book and
Twentieth *Century English Liter-
ature readings. Call Moore, 1330-
X,. Reward.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Two May Festival season
tickets, lwer floo. all 892

National League
Philadelphia 1, Brooklyn 2.
Boson 3, New York 2 (11 innings).
Cincinnati-Chicago, rain.
St. Louis 2, Pittsburgh 4.
Daily Advertisers give service.-Adv.

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American League
Detroit-St. Louis, rain.
Chicago 4, Cleveland 1.
Washington 0, Boston 3.
New York 2. Philadelphia 0.

YESTERDAY'S GAMES;

PICK TENNIS TEAM beat Bowers 6-4.
FOR D. T. C. MATCH Wesbrook and Bartz are ready for
the matches, having improved much
with the last week's practice. Muntz
Coach Mack has picked five men to is playing a steadier game than at
oppose the Detroit Tennis club in t he firs o rthesbot fightin hard for
matches to be held at Detroit this the fourth position on the squad.
I afternoon. Wesbrook, 'Bartz, Muntz,Dp
Popp, and Bowers are the men se- Detroit will be represented by ILight-
lected.ner, Codd, and possibly Ira Reindel.
Iec the last meeting the Detroit These men have had plenty of experi-
In th las meeing te Deroitence and are looking. forward to a
team was badly defeated, but with vtory.
the additional practice, they will give
the Varsity plenty of exercise. Dur-
ing the last practice, yesterday, Bartz The Students patronize The Daily
defeated Muntz 6-2, 6-3; and Popp advertiser.-Adv.

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WANTED FOR SALE
WANTED -- Large manufacturing FOR SALE--May Festival course tick-
company wants live sales manager et or any part. Call 131, R. Cook.
to represent them in Washtenaw FOR SALE--1919 Excelsior Motorcy-
county. Entirely new proposition cle, fully equipped-$250. Box X.
earning large profits. An excel- FOR SALE-Full course May Festi-
lent chance for a student. Must val ticket. Fifth row. first bal-
have at least $200 working capi- cony. Call Lane 357.
tal. Address "Manager," 301 Equi- FOR SALE-May Festival" cover cou-
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