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October 29, 1919 - Image 6

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)RD business has increased
where we cannot get enough
ply the trade. there'll be
:e records out on the first, and
will not remain long on our

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Wessinger, "but at the same time milk
is thedmost fertile fiel for ate grow-
th, and settlement of germs, as its
richness multiplies- them rapidly a".
for some' unexplainable reason is
seems to attract them more than any
other known substance. So thoug:
milk is the best food to be had, when
it is improperly handled and is no
made pureby the only practical meth-
od known to science, it is bne of the
most dangerous foods we can use."
Dairies Inspected
He also said that the statement by
one of the dairies that he was allow-
ing them to heat the milk to 142 de -
grees and call it pasteurized was en-
tirely false, as the dairies were being
inspected-daily and made to rigorous-
ly comply with the formula set out by
Past4ur and which has never been
changed.
ALUMNI STATISTICS SHOW
MICHIGAN'S PART IN WARI

WEDNESDAY
1:30-Senior engineers interested in
cla football meet in Engineering
society roams.
W O-Soph lit ootball men report at
south Ferry field for signal drill'
b(torej game with junior Tits.
t:1t-Junicr engineer football try-
outs meet in room 229 Engineering
building.
1:30-Fresh Girls Glee club, meets in
Barbour gymnasium.
5:0--Tickets for Union dance Friday
night go on sale at desk.
7:00-Varsity band praftice.
7:00-Men interested in soccer foot-
ball meet in Lane hall.
7:00-Sigma Delta Cii meets on third
floor Union.
7:15-Student council meets on third
floor Union.

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Enlistment Estimated at 9,400.
207 Known Deaths
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THURSDAY
1:00-A. A. Wolcopp of Bausch &
Lomb Optical company of Roches-
ter, N. Y., lectures on Optical Glass
in room 224 Natural Science build-
ing.
1:00-Junor engineers praice foot-
ball on south Ferry field.'
5:00-Tickets fox Saturday night
Union dance go on sale at desk.
7:00-Pi Delta Epsilon meets in room
306 of Union.
7:30-Copper Country club members
and prospectives meet in room 319
of Union.
7:30-Christian Science society meets
in Lane hall.

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Figures compiled by H. L. Sense-
mann, director of the Alumni catalog
office, show' strikingly the part played
by the University in the\great war.
These figures, although not 'yet entire-
ly complete, reveal a'~proxmately the
number of students, former students,
faculty members, and alumni who
were- in the service and the number
and causes of the fatalities occuring
to them during the war.
Due to the extreme difficulty in
tracing the participation of, all these
men ,especially those who-attended 'the
school for only a short time, theref
may be as many s/o000 not yet ac-
counted for.
Mr. Sensemann's estimate shows 207
deaths out of 9,400 enlistments, 25 of
these 'deaths being from disease in
the University S. A. T .C. and Naval
unit. There were 36 killed in action,
10 from wounds received in action,
15 from accidents at the front, two by
gas and four were drowned on sunk-
en ships...
Manx of those listed as having died
of disease had seen foreign service and!
had been invalided home only to die
just before or shortly after reachingk

MA I SWAN 'AA2-
WITH
ARTHUR AYLESWORtH and
EVEA WILLIAMS
And Other Members 61 the Original New York Cast Includlhg:
WALTER WALKER, JOSEPH CREHAN, JACK LEWIS, THOS.
EMO Y, ANTION.ETTE ROCHTE, LEAH WINSLOW, RUTH HAM.
MOND, ROSE, WILSON AND OThtERS
"The ost eaut i dy Goivned Sholk in America"
PRfCES, 75c to $2.00 Seat Sale Thur. A.M.

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FRIDAY '
7:30-Hallowe'en party under auspic-
es of the Christian Endeavor of the
Presbyterian church.
8 :00-Hallowe'en party of the Hobart
guild in Harris hall.
8:00-'-New England club holds Hal.
lowe'en social in Lane hall.
SATURDAY
2:30-Varsity t'ootball game. Micil-
gan vs. Northwestern at Ferry field.
U-NOTICES
The meeting of the Classical club on
Thursday night has been postponed
for a week on account of the ab-
sence of President Harry B. Hutch-
ins, who .was to speak.
tMr.- R. K. Immel's classes will not
meet for the remainder of this week.
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Organization of ~the Michigan Golf you want them to look right; our
association took place last night at business is manufacturing and :re-
a meeting held in the Union. Fify blcking hats and we know how to do
golf enthusiasts were present to as it We are always fully eq pipped with
sist in the organization. the latest blocks and appliances for
Qualifying'-runs will be held before giving you good work and up-to-date'
noon Saturday and the low eight men shapes. We make Hats-to-Order,
will play match, play. This qualifying clean and reblock hats, put' on new
run will be. 18holes and the semi- -bands, etc. A hat cleaned and reblock-
finals and finals will be 36 holes. - ed with a new band looks like new
and la;sts* llgesoan an atr Hat
The following men were elected of-
flerts of the club: president, Arch Store-17, Packard St. Phone 1792.-
Wenley,. '21, vice-president, F. L. Wor- Adv.
cester, '22E, secretary; Matthew To--
war, '20, chairman of 'the tournament "Fair and Warmer" and Santrey's
committee, A. C. Welch; '22E. Jazz fand-Fri..--Sat.-Arcade. 50c.
-Adv.
It is the plan of the ;club to get -Ad_.
some good material lined up and or-
Pay your subscription to the Daily.
gaize. a University team in the
spring,. ~
SMITH ELECTED PRESIDENT The
OF ]X.'19E ORGANIZATION
Sixty men were present at a meet- Rhodes Brothers
ing of the ex-'19 Engineering class
held yesterday afternoon in the Engi- Orchestra
neering building. It was decided. at
the meeting to organize for the pur- "The Orchestra With Pep"
pose of maintaining friendly relationsP-
between the members of the class. Phone 283-R
-The organization will include all
men who were ever members of the
class regardless of what school they,
'may now be affiliated with. The fol- BRIEF CASES, MUSIC FOLIOS AND
lowing officers were elected at the AND
meeting: Richard Smith, president; STU DN CASE.
Clifford Sparks, treasurer. The social .S DE t oEi.
cocmittee will be appointed by the for your protection.
president later. LEATHER GOODS
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tjx0 cof quality SERVICE.

Men who have been paying "aviating"
prices for the best sort of tailoring, and
have come to the conclusion that the
result does not ascend as high as the
cost, will appreciate the fine tailoring
and real value for which our wholesale

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The enormous resources of this great merchant tailoring 'stab-
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woolens.
Ample choice of new patterns'in desirable qualities.
Values based on actual cost of materials and workmanship,
and not on arbitrary valuation.
YOU ARE WELCOME TO SEE WHAT WE HAVE
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Anywhere Anytime

'ILL ENJOY USING THE
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ns of $10, $20, $50 and $100, are

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Railroads, etc., without identification.

Weclean ana reDLOCK reu -i ,
Beavers, Velours, flushes, Hatter's
Plushes and Velvet Hats of allkinds.
We have special equipment for steam-
ink and pressing velvet hats and put-
ting them back in shape after they are
out of shape from having been Wet,
etc. Factory Hat Store-617 Packard
St. Phone 1792.-Adv.
It would be some burg, if we all
wore "Berg Hats"-The Davis Toggery
has them, 119 S. Main St.-Adv. j
"Fair and Warmer" and Santrey's
Jazz Band-Fri.-Sat.-Arcade. 50c.
rAdv.
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