SATURDAY, AUGUST 2,1924
THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAiLY
he tickets will have as their cen-
Dog Goes To Prison For Life
R The tickets will have as their ceu.-
Tral motif on one side the two end
THE L RE towers of the Ohio Stadium, worked
GANOm in with the letters, "O H I 0." The
ticket is being designed by Prof.
Thomas E. French, nationally known
Columbus, O., August 1-(By A.P.) as a designer of book plates. Prof.
Tickets done in three colors, after French also is president of the Ath-
the custom of many years ago, will letic Board at Ohio State.
be provided for the Ohio State-Michi- Tickets for other games will be
gan football game to be played at the same as heretofore. The Michi-
Columbus November 15. gan-Ohio State game will be the home-
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THE BONSTELLE COMPANY
In One of the Most Notable
Crook Plays Iver Produced
"LEAH KLE SCHNA"
Nelodramal Comedy! Thrills!
Next Monday-"MARY THE THIRD"~
- -! -we -
Governor Percival Baxter of M aine, who won national attention by
ordering the flag on the statehouse 1 owered to half mast when his dog
died, has sentenced his latest canine pal to prison for life. He sent the
dog to the state penitentiary as a fo ur-footed missionary, believing that it
will bring happiness to men behind t he walls. The dog is shown with the
Charlns Dickens' famous novel
"David Coppertild "
Sid Smith in
Ralph Le-is in
"THE WESTBOUND LIMIT D"
H. C. Witwer's
"THE WAGES OF CINEMA"
Soou-"THEKING OF WILD
Lucille Ricksen and
Johnny Harron in
"BEHIND THE CURTAIN"
Billy Sullivan in
Last chapter of
"THE LEATHER PUSHERS"
RUSSIANS OFFER NEW
PLNS AT CONFERENCE
Moscow, Aug. 1.-After a series of
hurried conferences with the govern-
ment respecting the present status of
the Russo-Anglo conference M. Rak-
ovsky, the principal Soviet delegate
left yesterday for London by airplane.
In collaboration with the council
of commissairs he has formulated a
set of proposals for submission to
the British government which in the
opinion of responsible officials here
removes the obstacles which hither-
to have hindered a successful outcome
of the conference. While some of
these proposals are suggestive of the
previous Soviet formulae for a set-
tlement, it is believed in governmental
quarters that their more liberal char-
acter will convince the British gov-
ernment of the sincerity of the Sov-
iet government to reach an early so-
Recently a woman sent four pounds
to a London hospital in restitution for
articles she had taken while a patient
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