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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

EVENT THE FlU
ILLOW THESE RULES

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SERVICE TELLS
STOP SPREAD OF
CONTAGION

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The approaching few weeks are con-
idered critical times for the health
f students.x\ This is because of their
eturn from all parts of the state, and
ecause the coming months always
nd contagious diseases more preva-
Brt.
The prevention of influenza is much
10 same as for other common dis-
ases. The following specific in-
tructions in addition to those already
inphasized are called to attention'
ith the hope that these diseases may
e reduced:
Watch Personal Hygiene
1. Hands should be washed fre-
Lently, especially before eating and
iey should be kept away from the
ce and mouth as much as possible.
2. Nothing, such as dishes or eating
tensile, should be used in the mouth
atil it has been well cleaned and
calded in hot water since used by an-
her person.
3. Early care of colds and slight
bness cannot be too much emphasized
ow as disaster follows neglected in-
uenza. Go to bed if you feel sick.
4. No one should be unprotected
gainst smallpox. The Health Service
as plenty of vaccine and urges all
niversity people to come and be pro-
cted.
Take Pains In Handling Food
Improper cleaning of eating uten-
ls is known to have spread nflu-
aza.
1. No dish, soda glass, or eating
ensil should be served unless it has
en well cleaned and scalded with
iling water'since used by another
erson.
2. Persons handling food should be
>mrpelled to wash their hands fre-
jently and keep their hands out of
sir mouth and away front their face,
hile handling food or refreshments.
ands should be well washed with
ap at least before starting such
ork.
3. Care should be taken to see that
apkins are not interchanged between
eals. Napkin rings should be used
ore generally.
4 Do not allow anyone who is sick,
ren with a cold, to handle or be near
.e handling of food.
Instructions for Landladies
The points to be emphasized par-
cularly in rooming houses are:.
1. Allow no drinking glass to re-
ain in the wash room for common
e. lEach person should have a sep-
ate glass and use it individually.
2. Single beds are much to be pre-
rred and following an illness the bed
othing should all be laundered and
ell aired in the open sunlight
ASHTENAW AUTHORITIES BUSY
ITH HOLIDAY BOOTLEGGERS
Sheriff Pack, who has been stopping
avellers coming into the city via the
n Arbor railroad and bound for De-
it with those well known heavy
it cases, has had a busy holiday
>ek. The sheriff has been relieving
e burdened tourists of any fluids un-
itable to a dry state.
Over two hundred gallons was turn-
over to the Univertly hospital last
ek and a new collection is being
rted. Several water bags full and
o gallons of bottled goods are al-
ady in the new year's collection.
Persons caught have been paying
>m $50 to $100 fine.
(GLISH SOLDIERS RESTLESS
AT DELAYED DEMOBILIZATION

* * * * * * * * * * * * *.COLORADO U. AIDS MI(
AT THE THEATERS . RETURNED SOLDIERS
1* * The University of Colorado will ad-L
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* * mit to all departments, free of tuition
TODAY * or other charges, all honorably dis- firs
an
* charged soldiers and sailors from any an
* * state possessing the required educa- E.
* * tional qualifications. Mic
* Shubert-Garrick, Detroit- "Oh, * The school of law will admit all 0cc
*Boy." * honorably discharged soldiers and tio
* * sailors who have had a high school ter
* Majestic - "Italy's Flaming * education, or its equivalent, though the
* Front," and Charlie Chaplin in * two years of college work is requiredco
* "A Dog's Life." * of other applicants for admission. lea
* * American soldiers who may remain pos
* Arcade-Emmy Wehlen in "His * temporarily overseas are offered every the
* Bounded Wife," Current Events * opportunity to continue their educa- bod
* and Mutt and Jeff Cartoon. * tion under a plan formulated by the
* ___ * Y. M. C. A. The plan announced by an
* Wuerth- Sessue Hayakawa in * the University of Colorado provides and
* the "Temple of b~usk," and Com- * the same opportunities. rea
* edy. * fo
* ___ * Le Fevre, '19, Returns from Aviation pat
Orpheum - Vivian Martin in * Lieut. William Le Fevre, '19, re-oft
* "Viviette," also serial, 9 William * turned to the University this week, ora
* Duncan in "A Fight for Millions." * having received an honorable dis- Go
s * * charge from the aviation school at tinu
* *******Post Field, Fort Sill, Okla atI
Lieutenant Le Fevre left the Uni- ret
AT THE MAJESTIC versity last May for the aviation
ground school at Champaign, Ill.
"Italy's Flaming Front," showing at While in Ann Arbor Le Fevre was of-
the Majestic tomorrow, was filmed by fice manager of The Michigan Daily.
official military authorities and de-
picts the fighting in the air, on sea Army Releases Men with Dependents
and on land. It shows the big guns Washington, Jan. 7.-Commanders
in action and the infantry going over of military divisions of the United
the top, giving a vivid idea of the dare States were authorized yesterday to
devil stunts of the mountain fighters, release first those men whose papers
Beside this picture all other war films show them to have dependents.
are tame, according to press reports.
Two camera men were killed and five Always-Daily service-Alway"
others were cited for bravery in tak-
ta-ing the picture. "
Charlie Chaplin in "A Dog's Life" is M AJESTIC
also being shown in answer to the 88 -0-7--:830
many requests which came in after his MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nghtly-All Shows Sunday
million dollar picture "ShoulderE
,, WLDNESIJA Y
Arms" appeared here a few weeks ago. "ITALY'S FLAMING FRONT"
"A Dog's Life" the first of Chaplin's CHARLIE CHAPLIN
million dollar pictures, features him - IN -
in his original role of nondescript "A DO'S LIFE"
trTHURSDAY. FRDAY, SAUVAY
"lives happily ever after." Wi. 5: Hart n
AT THE SHUBERT-GARRICK " ADINGBROADWAY"
L Detroit
-4
"Oh, Boy!" considered one of the -
smartest and brightest musical com-
edies, has a return engagement at the
Schubert-Garrick, Detroit, for the Shows at 3:00; 7:00; 8:30
week of Jan. 5. The story deals with Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Res., 36-M
the adventures of a group of persons
in a college town. One of a gay party Wed-&--Emmy Wehen in "his Bond-
in a restaurant hits a constable in the ed Wife," Current Events, and Mtt
and Jeff Cartoon. "Our our lBas
eye, takes his revolver away from him, in Germany."
and in making her "get-away" climbs a Thu-Fri - 9-o - Constance Talmadge
fireescpe ladig ino te aprt- in "A Pair of Silk Stockings," and
fire escape leading into the apart- Christie Comedy, "Does Your Sweet-
ments of a young college professor heart Flirt?"
who had just married secretly, the
daughter of the village judge. The
predicament which results creates the siIIIIIIIiii1IIIIIIIIIII1lIII.IlIIi1IIIIIIP
plot of the play. W uerth
The music, which is especially clev- = Theater
er, was written by Jerome Kern BOOKINGS FOR JANUARY =
During its former engagement this Tues-Wed-7-8-Sessue Iayakawa in
"Temple of Dusk" Also Comedy.
company played to fyll houses. Tiur-Fri-9-o-Louise Gaum in
_______________________________ "Wedlock." Also Comedy.-
Sat- i-Fanie Ward in "A Japanese
Nightingale." Also News and Com-
V edy.
LetNOTICE 0_
us mak yourrpheumTheater =
N T Crh u Th ae=Let us make your = _
scarfs, curtains, ov- BOOKINGS FOR JANUARY
Wed-8-Vivian Martin in "Viviette."
er drapes, Pillows, Al eriaWl iam Duncan in "A
Fgtfor Millions
Thur-Fri-g-1-Will Desmond in
- i "Deuce Duncan."
Sat--Marie Walcamp in "Tongues
power machnes as- of Flame." Also News and Comedy.
sure prom'ipt service IllIIIlllllllllllllllllllilllllllI r
at reasonable prices. GARRICK Matinees
rinMg in your material and DETROIT I Saturday

measurements. THE MUSICAL COMEDY DELIGHT
THE LYNDON SHOP 606 E. "Oh, Boy!"
Liberty StSPECIAL NEW YORK CAST
DO YOU KODAK?
Then leave your films at
713 EAST U AVE. OR AT
QUARRY'S DRUG STORE
to be developed and printed.
SWAIN DOES THE WOI(K

CHIGAN LAWMAKEI
BUSY SESSIONJ

RS BEGIN
AT LANSING

(By Associated Press)
ansing, Jan. 7.-Convening on the
t day of the year and receiving the
ual message of Governor Albert
Sleeper the following day, the 50th
higan legislature has been fully
Lupiedwith the work of organiza-
n.; Little other work has been at-
pted excepting the ratification of
national prohibition amendment.
mmittees have been busy and party
Aers have been conferring on pro-
ed legislation and completion of
organization work.
lder members of the legislative
y declare, that the session will be
epoch-making one, in point of new
valued legislation. At the first
l work session of each house, a
d of bills is expected. It is antici-
ted that one of the very first acts~
the legislature will be to give fav-
ble consideration to the request of
vernor Sleeper that the state con-
ue the Bureau of Military Relief
New York city for the benefit of
urning soldiers and sailors.

MAJOR REEVES, AVIATION months, being stationed at several
RETURNS TO CIVILIAN LIFE camps throughout the United States as
a ground officer.
Major J. S. Reeves, U. S. A., better Later he was given a commission as
known about the campus as Professor major, and transferred to Camp Sevier
Reeves of the economic department, as judge advocate. The major says he
returned to Ann Arbor yesterday aft- is glad to get back into civilian life.
er spending 18 months in the service. Professor Reeves will begin work
Major Reeves was in aviation for 16 in the University this morning.
AR- C-A-D-
TODA Y
Emmy Wehlen in
"HIS BONDED WIFE"
An Interesting Comedy Drama
TOMORROW
Constance Talmadge
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"ITALY'S FLAMING FRONT"
You actually see-Flernes Trench Fighting from Barrage to Prisoners. A Grand Fleet bom-
barding Shore Defenses. The Only Complete Air Fight Ever Filmed. All photographed by
enlisted camera men of the Royal Italian Army while under fire in these Official Italian
War Films.
Return Engagement Charlie Chaplin In "A DOG'S LIFE"

TOMORROW

- FRIDAY

- SATURDAY

WIVWLLIAM S. HAR T
See Big Bill in a dress suit. Looks strange, you say, in that rig? Wait
till you see him in action. Some old wallop.

London, Jan. 7.-Due to congestion
in the demobilization system of Great
Britain many units are showing mark-
ed unrest and are demanding a revi-
sion in the plans. Soldiers broke
camp at Osterly and marched to
Whitehall, Ainipig up outside while
deputies conferred with the authori-
ties. It has been promised that the
men will not be punished for this in-
fraction on the rules, those in power
explaining that the action of the sold-
iers was due to a "misunderstanding."

I reckron you'll stay roped a sp.ll1'
To. Jzz- pxcsei VILLIAM S. MA1TT DBrandingf Broadtwar'
AnA KIg nAFT Poture
BRANDING BROADWAY
New York or NewMexico, you are dead sure of one thing in everyWm.
S. Hart picture-Fights. This time the husky Westerner tears right and
left into Broadway's toughest. Watch him

THE DIVER'S LAST KISS

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PAPER SALE

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Our great Wall Paper Sale continues, giving all an opportunity to have their rooms
redecorated at very little expense. We also carry in stock a complete line of paints, oils, varnishes, wax win-
dow shades, brushes, etc. Estimates on all first class work given free. We have only skilled, competent workmen and guarantee all of
our work.

C. H. MAJOR & CO.

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