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October 25, 1941 - Image 2

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_________YTHE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY .oCro

MUER k5, 194t

'Counterfeit'
Ticket Scare
C t(
Stirs Campus
A small lack cf knowledge threw r
a big scare into th' Athletic Admin-c
istration yesterday- -at least for a
few minutes.
First inkling of the rumpus was
received at 3 a.m. yesterday morning
in The Daily when a student tele-
phoned in-much too late-to say
that counterfeit football tickets were
being sold and a story should be
printed.
Checking up on the facts at a more
reasonable hopr, The Daily called
Harry Tillotson who said he had also
heard the rumor but before collaps-
ing from these further complications
he had found the answer.
. The answer was that two students
saw some tickets being sold in Detroit
with green instead of orange smark-
ings. Immediately they suspected a
poor job of counterfeiting, and pro-
ceeded to report it. Not until the
scare was started did the truth come
out ithat the tickets printed in green
were simply for box seats.
Two more University students were
apprehended by police yesterday for
'scalping.
biggest laugh of the whole ticket
story is the police department's "Ex-
hibit A"-about 20 tickets confiscated
from arrested scalpers. They'll be in
the police safe at game time today.
Evidence, the police say.

Graduate OutinA Club Plans Trip
The Graduate Outing Club Will its member . All wil1 assemble for
Icid its last canoe trip of the season a picnic supper.
omorrow along the Huron River. All graduate students, returning
veather permitting, alumni and faculty members are
Leaving the west entrance of the invited to attend the outing. A tenta-
Rackham Building at 3 p.m. tomor- tive charge of 50c for each canoe,
ow. the group will be divided ac- to be divided among those partici-
ording to the desired activities of pating. will be made-.

Lloyd Nola

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"OLD McDONALD DUCK"
NEWS OF THE DAY

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