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April 22, 1921 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-04-22

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(By Associated Press)
rlington, Vt., April 21.-Smug-
of whiskey across the Canadian
r into Vermont will be virtually
icted after May 1 to the small
y that may trickle in through
els, boot-legs, and hip-pockets, in
pinion of prohibition agentsehere.-
that date a Dominion Vaw limit-
ach purchase of whiskey to a
e quart becomes effective. While{
and wines, flow freely north of
ine, United States officers do not
pate any flood on this side be-
profits in these light liquors are
mall to tempt the rum-runners.
cent seizures have indicated a
rted effort to rush, large stocks
hiiskey into the state before the
than one-quart limit is enforced.
nobile traffic, formerly the prin-
underground sourcefis less used,
days, but now and then a loaded
s caught slipping with muffled
r along the by paths of the bor-
Scores of the machines have been
doned recently by parties that
checkedy vigilant guards.
st of the shipments however have
made by freight car in recent

.quantities concealed in the skillfully
constructed bins. Spirits have come
across the line also hidden in h'ay,
graing potatoes and shipments' of a
similar nature. Some have fallen into
the revenue officers' hands before
leaving the railway tracks.
Capture of liquor cached in freight
cars, however, is more or less a mat-'
ter of luck, the enforcement agents
admit, and this is the chief reason for
the use of this means of smuggling by
the men who thereby avoid risk of
their persons or automobiles.
AMERICANS AWARDED LAND
NEAR POLISH FRONTIER
Warsaw, April 21.-Nine American
members of the Kosciuszlo air squad-
ron, all soldiers of fortune, recently
were awarded 40 acres of land each,
near the Polish-Russian frontier, as
outlined by the Riga peace treaty.
All officers and soldiers of the Polish
forces are being provided with tracts
along Poland's eastern boundary, un-
der a system worked out by the gov-
ernment, provided they 'take up culti-
vation of the land upon leaving the
military service. By this plan, Poland
hopes to have trainedmen settled per
manently where they would be handy
for service in case the country is ever
attacked again from the east.
Most of the young fliers of the Kos-
ciuszko squadron are planning to re-
turn to America during the summer.
If they do not settle upon the land

within a specified time, their rights to
the farms will be forfeited. As yet
none of the Americans has made up1
his mind to settle down on a Polish
plot and lead the life of a peasant.
Several of the Americans were reared
in the country but they say the excite-
ment of flying and the thrills of war
have spoiled them for the back-to-the-
farm movement.
OHIO PHI BETA KAPPA
CHAPTER ELECTS 99 MEMBERS
Phi Beta Kappa at Ohio State uni-
versity, honorary scholastic fraternity,
chose 22 women and 17 men at its'
annual election held recently.
Of this number, one is a native of
Greece, two are non-residents of the
State, 17 are from Columbus, and the
others ar-e from various parts of the
state.
Out of the 37 chosen, 75 are mem-
bers of the class of ':1, and two are
graduate studente.

It used. to be John A. Dropeski, but
it's John A. Draper now. Judge Aaron
Cornell granted permission to Draper
Tuesday to abandon his family name
and to be known legally by that of his
choice.
Draper is a freshman at the Univer-
sity, and hails fom Bad Axe. Both
Draper and his parents, who retain the
name of Dropeski, were born in the
United States, but none of the family
has considered it necessary to change
his name until now.
"I want an American name because
I like American names better than
. polish naives," he said, "and besides,
it is a disadvantage not to have an
American name."
Use the advertising' columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.

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Student AllowedM
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For just such happy moments
as this, Coca-Cola was created
delicious and refreshing.
THE COCA-COLA COMPANY
ATLiANTA, GA.

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AEGIS FROCKS
"Smart frocks without.smart shops"
IF YOU would like to have charming one-piece sum-
mer frocks all made and delivered to you at the very
minimum of cost, write to us now. One of the clever-
est designers in this country creates our models. They
are made to order in standard sizes. Fashionable slip-
over types. Neither fabrics nor models are found in
shops. These are nicely shown in the simple folder we
will send you.
Organdie 50 Linens
Tissue Ginghams Doled Swiss
Aegis workmanship is very finished. Detachable collar
and cuffs. French hand-made flowerettes. Ample hems.
No two frocks ever alike. Write at once for our unique
style folder and samples which make it easy for you to
order. Address 1
AEGIS FROCKS
Room 515, 225,North Michigan Blvd., Chicago

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We will re glad to hear from those interested.

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Men who know pipe satisfaction
will tell you that they prefer
REDMANOL to any other-
mouthpiece because it has just
the right feel on the teeth.
REDMANOL is as transparent and beau-
tiful as amber; but stronger. Modern
science has made it tasteless and odorless.
Whether you are buying a cigarette
holder, a cigar holder, or a "jimmy" pipe,
ask your dealer to show you one with a
REDMANOL bit.

Buy wisely, with assurance of real economy-get
the benefit of the lower prices and greater values
in Kuppenheimer Good Clothes. New styles
with the same integrity of fabrics and tailoring.

All Shapes-All Prices
If your lbcal dealer doesn't carry REDMANOL
pipes'and holders send us his name and address.

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Redmanol Chemical Products Co.
657 West 22nd Street
Chicago .

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-the house of Kuppenheimer good clothes

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