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June 26, 1924 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1924-06-26

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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN

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ERINES SAIL
'IC CONTESTS

Thrz;e Wolverines are now enroute
for the 1924 Olympics in Paris, hav-
ing qualified recently at the different
meets held in this country and Canada
to determine the personnel of the
American teams.
Two of the men are Jim Brooker,
captain-elect of the 1925 Varsity
and De Hart- Hubbard the
phenomenal colored star for Michigan,
both members of the track team, while
the third man to make the trip is
"Buck" Hestor, who was on Coach
Hoyt's yearling aggregation during
the past year.
Brooker qualified in the pole vault,
leaping an even 13 feet in the rain in
thetryouts at Boston recentlyjand
Hubbard will enter the broad Jump'
and running hop, step and jump. Hub-
bard's mark in the tryouts in thefor-
mer even~t was 25 feet 3-8 of an inch
which was the best distance made at
Bloston.
Hestor is entered in the 100 metres
dash, running under Canadian col-
ors. In the tryouts the Wolverine
freshman made the distance twice in
a time of 10 4-10 seconds which is
within one-tenth of a second of the
worlds record for the 100 metres.
June 24.-Jan Christian Smuts, prem-
ier of the Union of South Africa,

CQJfLASSIF ILED1-
3 ADVERTISING .,
FOR RENT FOR RENT
PRIVATE Guest House. Lake Straw- APARTMENT of three rooms and
berry, Lakeland, Michigan. Open bath, containing furniture for sale.
June 21-Sept. 1. Write for terms. Apply 437 S. Division St.,
B. R. DeWitt, Ypsilanti or Lakeland,
Mich. FOR RENT -- Cool, pleasant rooms
for summer. Reasonable. 204 N.
FOR RENT-Large, airy rooms, suit- Ingalls St.
able for light house-keeping. Show- ---
er bath. One block from campus. FOR RENT-Suite and single room.
For summer term or summer. 1432 311 Thompson. Plenty of hot wat-
Washtenaw. 888. et.
SINGLE ROOMS in Private family, RO OMS ,for Rent at summer prices.
$2.50 and, $3.00 per week. Hot water 'Gall 1565-J, 425 S. Division St.
and bath. Clean airy rooms. Phone FOR SALE
1925-W. 1111 Prospect St. _ _ _ _ _ _AL
POLICE DOGS
TWO LARGE double rooms at $6.00. For Sale
One single room at $4. Block off V ale, one year old, black, with flashy
Campus. Phone 1492-W. 702 cream markings. Wonderful with
Church St. children. Also a few choice Poftce
FOR RENT-Garage for rent.818 puppies. Dr. Miller, 1752 Jackson
Forest. Phone 1604-M. Ave. Phone 2622-.
"--'WE ACCEPT used typewriters as
COOL ROOMS-422 East Washington. part payment on Remington Port-
Phone 1194-M. ables. Black, 604 E. Madison. 1809.

TYPEWRITING . s
TYPEWRITERS
of all makes
Bought, Sold, Rented, Exchanged
0. D. 'MORRILL
17 Nickels' Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
Dealer: Corona & L. C. Smith
STATIONERY

LOST
LOST - Gold, engraved Eversharp
pencil; initials H. M. R, on barrel.
Lost the evening of June 5 at the
Library or Union Reading room.
Please call Rockwell, 960 or 3104.
Subscribe for The Summer Mich-
igan Daily.-Adv.

Pop, Mat. Tuea. Thum. & Sa
Nights 25c - 50c - 75c and~
5th Week THE
Bonstell
COMPANY
in the Hilarious Come
'WHAT A WIF
NEXT MONDAY-"SECI

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ODDS AND ENDS SALE OF
Correspondence Stationery

SAVE ONE-THIRD
Until July First

0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade
Thiz Typewriter and Stationery Store
Watch Repairing
FINEST Watch Repairing in the city.
Arnold's State Street Jewelry.
WANTED
POSITION as cook in fraternity or
sorority. Phone 313-W, Ypsilanti.
MAH-JONGG lessons. Miss Allen.
Phone 2406.

IF you're looking for.
excitement and fun,
take a look at "The
Bedroom Window." A
spine -.tingling mystery
and a rib-tickling com-
edy combined.

Produtio&cn

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FEATURES

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feated in the recent elections,
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Malcolm MacGregor, Ricardo Corte;
Gco'8e Fawcet! Ethel

DANCING

Every Nite (except Moiday) and All
Day Sunday at

-ISLAND LAKE
Follow M-65 Out North Main
Near Brighton

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NOW PLAYING
Kenneth Harlan and Alice Lake
In
"I AM THE LAW"
"Our Gang" in "Dogs of War"
Sunday Thu Wednesday
"THE WAY OF A MAN"
By Emerson Hough, author of
"The Covered Wagon"
"She Supes to Conquer"
by H. C. Witwer
Coming
"THE ARIZONA EXPRESS"

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TONIGHT ONLY
J. B. Warner In
"WANTED BY THE LAW"

Friday and Saturday
Kenneth McDonald in
"IN HIGH GEAR"
James Fenimore Cooper's
"Leatherstocking
Sunday Thr Tuesday
Pat O'Malley and Fritzi Brunette
in
"CAUSE FOR DIVORCE"
Round One of
"THE LEATHER PUSHERS"
With Billy Sullivan

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SUNDAY

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Cy.there
The startling picture from the fam
novel by Joseph Hergesheimer.

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AIRPLANE RIDE
Big three-passenger plane. See the campus from
Get the thrill of a lifetime.

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ab

THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
End of Packard Street Car Line. After 4 p. m. or
special appointment call Lieutenant Royal.

The pure maple syrup served
at the WAFFLE SHOP greatly
enhances the deliciousness of

Phone 25s

our waffles.

- Only 25c.

II

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TYPEWRITERS
of standard makes
Bought, sold, rented, exchanged,
cleaned and repaired
FOUNTAIN PENS
Conklin, Waterman, Parker, .
Sheaffer, LeBouf, etc.,
$2.00 up.
GREETING CARDS for all oc-
casions. Mottoes
LEATHER GOODS, tourist writ-
ing cases, travelling cases, bill
folds, etc.

TYPEWRITING AND
MIMEOGRAPHINO
promptlyq and neatly done. Any-
thing from a letter to a book.
CORRESPONDENCE
STATIONERY
Special sale of plain, Michigan,
novelty until July 1st.

CORONA, REMINGTON
UNDERWOOD Portable
writers.

and
Type-

0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade
The Typewriter and Stationery Store

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NO one ever
gets tired of
Melachrinos -
* their unfailing
qualityisacows
stantsatisfaction.
ORIGINAL
MELACHINO
t he One Cigarette Sold the World Over"

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Never f1unks,*
-this lifetime friend

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232 Nickels' Arcade

T3
Strenuous Work!
After strenuous exercise of any sort, what
a relief to get under the shower-and
then a rub-down with Mifflin AlkoholI
Tired muscles are eased and soothed,
nerves are quieted, the whole body is re-'
laxed, comforted.
Of course, Miffhin Alkohol has dozens of
other daily uses!
Fine to soften the beard, before shaving;
to cool and soothe the skin, AFTERshaving.
Splendid relief for tired, aching feet; great
for sunburn;, an efficient antiseptic and
germicide.
Miffin Alkohol is denatured by a formula
which actually improves it for external use.
College teams and many other athletic
organizations use Mifflin Alkohol regu-
larly. Be sure YOU get MIFFLIN-in the
handy-grip one-pint bottles as illustrated.

11#111n Chemical Corporation
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Sales Agents. HAROLD F. RiTcHIE & Co., Inc.
171 Madison Ave., New York
Toronto Sydney Wellington
MIFIF'iI
the external tonic
AT ALL GOOD DRUG STORES

MIFFLIN
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