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SATURDAY, JULT 12 im THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGFR THRiM

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Myth" Is Proved A Reality
As White Indians Reach U.

S.

YOST, LITTLE, WEIMAN
PREPARE FOR NEXT FALL
Yost, Little and Wieman, Michigan
football coaches, are in frequent con-
sultation these days, silently prepar-
ing for another football campaign.
Joe Maddock, former Michigan star

and at present head coach at Oregon
sits in on some of the meetings as
plans are made for next fall and from
the drift of the conversation that filt-
ers through from the secret sessions
the Michigan eleven next fall will be
the greatest forward passing team
which has ever represented the Wol-
verine school.
Plans are already laid to develop
every backfield man into a capable

passer and the ends and half backs
will be drilled many hours next fall
on catching the pigskin.
For the past two years Michigan
has boasted of a great forward pass-
ing attack. Last year the aerial game
was used more as a threat.

C A R R I C K
Pop, Mat. Tues. Thurs. & Sat. 25 & 50c
Nights 25c - 50c - 75c and $1.00
7th Week 151h -Season
THE BONSTELLE COMPANY
A Sparkling Comedy of American Life
The Harvard Prize Play by Phillip. Bary
"YOU and I"
Next Monday-"The Awful Mrs. Eaton"

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KEEP COOL AT
THE LAKE HOUSE PAVILION
WHITMORE LAKE
Dances every Wednesday, Friday
and Saturday Nights
REAL MUSIC A REAL DANCE FLOOR
Al Strauss and his Lake Pavilion Orchestra
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"White Indians," long considered a myth, are present in flesh and
blood in New York, whence they were brought from the little known San
Blas country of Panama by their discoverer, R. O. Marsh. These young-
sters, two boys and a girl, all have golden white hair, hael eyes and pink
skin. Their parents are copper-colored.

UNION OFFERS SPEIAL
SUMMER ACCOMODATIONS
The tap room in the Michigan Un-
ion will be opened at the regularly
weekly dance from 9 to 1 o'clock to-
night, for the special accommodation
of students attending the dance. Thi;3
gives the students an opportunity to
have their refreshments served in the
tap room during intermission instead
of up stairs as has been the previous
custom.
Tickets for the Friday night dances
go on sale at 5 o'clock every Wednes-
day afternoon in the lobby of the Un-
ion. Wilson's regular Union orches-
tra is also furnishing music for the
summer dances. The special ventilat-
ing system which is in operation in
CLASSIFIEDSj
FOR SALE
"RICH"-the shoe man is in town for
ten days. Order your all campus
maccasin sport shoes. Call between
10 and 2. 2878-R. 610 Forest.
FOR NEW and used typewriters call
the University dealer for Reming-
ton Portables. Stacy R. Black, 604
E. Madison'. 1809.
LOST
WILL THE person who took a gold
Eversharp Pencil with initials W.
F. N. from a table in the Reference
Room of the Library on Wednesday
evening, July 9th, please return it
to 436 Thompson St. Reward.
LOST-Grey leather pocketbook with
gold crest. Return to Dew at Daily
Office.
Watch Repairing
FINEST Watch Repairing in the city.
Arnold's State Street Jewelry.
BOARD
BREAKFAST, lunch, dinner, $7.00.
Lunch, dinner, $6.00. Kappa Al-
pha Theta, 1414 Washtenaw. Call
M. Demmon, 2570.

the Union building makes the ball-
room a cool place to dance in the even-
ings, according to officers of that or-
ganization.
"Blue Plate" luncheons will be serv-
ed in the Union dining room beginn-
ing Monday at the popular price of
65 cents. These special luncheons are
prepared for the prompt service of
students and faculty members whose
luncheon hour is limited. Meals are
also being served on the terrace of
the Union as well as in the dining
room from 12 to 1:30 o'clock at noon
and from 5 to 6:30 in the evening.
All summer school students are in-
vited to make use of the service and
accommodations offered by the Un-
ion during the summer months.

Today Only
Lew Cody in
"THE SECRETS Of PARIS"
The Spat Family in
" HELP ONE ANOTHER "
Coming Sunday
Frank Mayo and Evelyn Brent
in
"The Plunderer"
"The Three Orphans"
By IH. C. Witwer
Soon-James Kirkwood in
YOU ARE GUILTY"

Tonight Only
Tully Marshall and Marjory Daw
in
"THE LYING TRUTH"
Coming Sunday
Laura LaPlante in
"EXCITEMENT"
A new round of the
"LEATHER PUSHERS"
Soon-Harry Carey in
"THE MIRACLE BABY"
Century-Comedy

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"What awhale of a difference
dust a few cents make I1
t

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Mk

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...all the diT' ,.;,e
betwee.t ordinary cigarette
and - F -' , the most skillful
blend in cgarette history.

Limber Up!
Tennis, golf, baseball, track, racing-every
type of keen, active sport leaves muscles
stiff and sore until you've had time to get
in real condition. But a rub-down with
Mifflin Alkohol will speedily relieve this
stiffness. The penetrating qualities of the
Alkohol plus the gentle influence of the
massage take out all soreness an( leave
you ready to have another set-or round
-or whatever it may bel
And Mifflin Alkohol has a
dozen other daily uses, too!
After bathing, a Mifflin rub-down is cool-
ing a dinvigorating.
After exercise, Miflin Alkohol relieves
tired muscles and many "sore spots."
Mufflin Alkohol is denatured by' formula
which actually improves it for external ase.
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.

HAVE YOU PAID
YOUR SUBSCRIPTION
to the ~umer ?Icbigan TaiUy?
All subscriptions of $1.50 not paid by Tuesday, July 15th,
advance to $2.00. Don't let this matter go by. Take care of
it today. Save that fifty cents.
Send a check for $1.50 or pay at the Daily office, Press build-
ing, on Maynard street.
There will be a table in front of the GEN-
ERAL LIBRARY from 2 to 5 p. m. Monday Cbe
and Tuesduy afternoons, July 14th and 15th,
where you will be abld to pay. Take advant- Ium m er f lcbtgan
age of this.
___________ ~aftt

Mifflin Chemical Corporation
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Sales Agents: HAROLD F. RITCHIE & CO., Inc.
171 Madison Ave., New York
Toronto Sydney Wellngton
the external tonic
AT ALL GOOD DRUG STORES

MIFFLIN
ALIKIO
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