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____________________THE MICHTGAN D0AILY'
I ~The News Of The World As Illustrated kInAssociated Press Pictures

Shown here between two United States deputy marshals are four of the seven horse handlers
arrested at the Palatial Arlington race track, near Chicago, in con nection with an investigation of the
use of narcotics at horse race tracks throughout the country. Lc-ft to right, those held were Johnny
Pride, William Payne, Hinton Parks and William Cooney.

Southern Club

A / / I / I 1

Watermelon, roastin' ears, and
other Southern specialties were fea-
tured at the annual picnic of the
Southern Club of summer session
students, held Monday night at Port-
age Lake.
With a membership made up of
students from Southern states who
attend summer classes at the Univer-
sity, the Club has increased in popu-
larity each year until now it has a
large membership and effective work-
ing organization. It was this group
which was primarily responsible for
the Southern dance held last Satur-
day at the League.
The picnic, an annual affair, was
under the direction of B. L. Smith, of
Statesboro, Ga., retiring president of
the club. Th'e more than 60 Southern
"gentlemen and gals" who attended
took an active part in the burlesque
athletic games which provided enter-
tainment and in the more' serious
business of perfecting the organiza-
tion for the coming year. Prof. Jack-
son R. Sharman, of the department
of physical education was responsible
for actively leading the students in
the games provided.
Officers elected to head the South-
ern Club for next year include: C. T.
Hughes, Richmond, Ky., president;
S. L. Robinson, Clinton, Miss., vice-
president; and.-Bertha Ashby, Nor-
man, Okla., secretary-treasurer.
Charles Thomas Takes
Still Another Pool Event
Charles Thomas won his sixth race
in the Summer Session series yester-
day by taking the 100-yard back-
stroke swimming contest in the In-
tramural Pool. His time was 63.1 sec-
onds. Robert Beal was second and
Robert Runo, third.
Tomorrow a medley race, 25 yards
of breaststroke, backstroke and, free
style will be held, according to an
announcement.
Jurors refused to accept fees in
two trials in a Watsonville, Calif.,
court and waived traveling expenses
in order to cut public expenses.

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Last Mixed Swim
To Be Held Tonight
The last mixed swim of the sum-
mer, sponsored by the Recreational
Swim Club, will be held this evening
at the Intramural pool, it was an-
nounced yesterday by officials. All
members of the club and any others
wishing, to take part may obtain
complete information by calling at
the office of Miss Ethel McCormick,
social director of women, in the
League.
Miss McCormick said it is impera-
tive that all who intend to take part
in the swim sign up at the League if
they have not done so in the past for
one of the other parties.
Mats. 15c -Nights 25c
-Starting Today--
e DOUBLE FEATURE *
A Hilarious Comedy
GENE GERRARD
Star "My Wife's Family"
"BRI DEGROOM
FOR TWO"
and
Richard Cromwell
Noah Beery
"SHANGHAI ED,
LOVE"
also

TONIGHT,

2nd AUGUST,

and on each

succeeding Night through SATURDAY, 5th
AUGUST, with a special Matinee on the After-
noon of Saturday at 3 of the clock precisely
Shakespeare's Comedy of

"All's

Well

Washed
Air

MICH-4IGAN

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Jennie Gerhiardt'

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That End~s.
For the FIRST TIME in This City and for the SECOND
TIME in America, (barring the performance of Mr.
KEMBLE'S Play of the same name in Boston in the Year
1799:)
This COMEDY is unstaled by the Stage, most Novel and
ingenious in its fable, swift and Humourous in its Action
and delightful in its assembly of Characters. The
PLAYERS submit it to the Approval of Their patrons
with all confidence that it will please. Costumes of Special
magnificence, and Scenes at Roussillon, Paris (with view of
Notre Dame), Florence and Marseilles, newly Painted for
this Comedy have been Provided by the Management,
which has Incurred this enormous Expense in the belief
that the COMEDY will give offense to none and Pleasure
to ALL.

with SYLVIA SIDNEY
TOMORROW
TWO FIRST-RUN FEATURE PICTURES
"OUT ALL NIGHT" "I LOVE THAT MAN".
Slim Summerville Zazu Pitts I Nancy Carroll Edmund Lowe
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Double A
Program iAJESTIC atines
"THE GIRL IN1 "GOLDIE GETS
419" ALONG"

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Lili Damita Sam fH
Showing Only at 3:20

2ardy
-8:20

Chapter No. 7
" DEVIL HORSE,"

Prices 75c, 50c, & 35c
SEATS on Sa

For Reservations Phone. 6300
le for All Performances

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