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THE MICHIGAN

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(By Associated Press)
peka, Kan., May 31.-Shrinkage in
es of last year's crops still in the
on Kansas farms represent a loss
>proximately $75,000,000 to Kansas
ers, comparing prices at present
those prior to when the slump
n last fall. 'This figure is based
% recent report issued by J. C.
ler, secretary of the state board of
culture, showing the enormous
unts of grain still unsold.
i the 25,850,000 bushels of wheat,
8 per cent of the entire last year's
the price in the last six months
deteriorated on the average of $1
shel; on the 63,352,000 bushels of
47.7 per cent of last year's crop
on hand, the price has shrunk an
age of more than fifty cents, and
he 23,929,000 bushels of oats still
ie farmers' bins, the price shrink-
has been 33 1-3 cents a bushel-
ggregate shrinkage on these hold-i
alone of $65,526,000, while the
eased value on other retained
n crops would aggregate more than
00,000 according to Secretary
er. This does not take into con-
ation the decreases in prices on
is marketed during the past few
ths.
e the advertising columns of The
Igan Daily to reach the best of
Arbor's);buyers.--Adv.

AT THE WHITNEY
The speed limit musical comedy is
"The Sweetheart Shop" with the origi-
nal Past and chorus intact, which'
comes to the Whitney Theater, Friday
and Saturday, June 3 and 4. It comes
here with a high record of success in!
New York, Chicago and Boston for the
past year and direct from the Colum-
bia Theater, San Francisco, where it
played for four weeks. "The. Sweet-
heart Shop" played longer in San
Francisco than any other musical com-
edy in the past five years.
The book and lyrics are by Anne
Caldwell who wrote "The Night Boat",
Fred Stone's "Jack {'Lantern", "Chin
Chin," "Tip Top' and many other suc-
cesses. The music is by Hugo Felix,
whose charming melodies in "Madam
Sherry,' "Pom Pom and Lassie" are
well remembered. There is a well de-
fined and most entertaining story told
in "The Sweetheart Shop"; which is
light and humorous in situations and
thoroughly entertaining throughout,,
The story is told mid novelties and
surprises. Edgar J. MacGregor under
whose direction "The . Sweetheart
Shop" is presented, has provided elab-
orate and artistic stage settings and
beautiful costuming with rich displays
of gowns of the ultra-fashionable kind.
The company presents to an unusual
regree the charm of youth and boasts
of an exceedingly pretty chorus whose
witchery of face is only equalled by
the magic of their dainty feet.

The principals are Harry K. Morton,
Esther Howard, a discovery new to
this 'kind of performance, whose suc-
cess as a female funster has placed
her in a class by herself; Helen Ford,
Zella Russell, Ray Gordon, Daniel
Healy, Marion Saki, Jananese pre-
miere danseuse; Mary Harper, Clay
Hill and Teddy Hudson.
Sorority to Conduct Camp for Poor
Alpha Gamma Delta sorority will
again conduct a six weeks summer
camp for poor children at Wolf Lake
near Jackson.
The children are selected by the
Jackson board of health from the pub-
lic and parochial schools of the city.

INTERCIASS OUTOOR
MEETSTART FRIDY
PENTA THLON AND ALL REGULAR
EVENTS TO BE RUN
OFF
The annual interclass outdoor track
meet will be held at Ferry field Friday.
and Saturday afternoons. Points- will
be awarded on the following basis:
first, five points; second, three; third,
two; and fourth, one. Two points will
be necessary to win a man the Intra-
mural award.

Men of all classes may take part, ex-
clusive of the regular members of the
track squad or those who have made
their insigna in that sport.
The events to ber un off Friday after-
noon will include the preliminaries of
all events except the half and the two
mile run, the pentathlon, and the pole
vault. All events which have not been
finished Friday afternoon will be com-
pleted on Saturday afternoon. The
meet will begin at 3:00 o'clock Friday,
and 2:00 o'clock Saturday. Entries

will be taken for the Friday
from 1:30 to 3:00 o'clock only
day at the field, either in perso
representative. Saturday entr
be taken on that afternoon up
o'clock.
The events of the meet 1ill i
100, 220, 440, 880 mile, and tw
runs, high and low hurdles, pol
shot put, broad and high jump.
javelin, mile relay, and a pen
consisting of shotput, discus, 1(
880 run and the broad jump.

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It Keeps 'em Away

The great outdoor Walkover for Women.
Essentially a sport Shoe but worn by women
everywhere for city wear. Made with the new
Vamp Saddle patterns in black and brown calf.

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