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October 07, 1919 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1919-10-07

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IMPURE MILK SUPPLY
NO LONGER TOLERABLE
(Continued from Page One)
and disease epidemics still be a pos-
sibility. Often the examination is
not made, and cannot be made, un-
til someone has drunk the milk. Three
years ago one milkman caused 106
-cases of typhoid ando.six deaths be-
cause, by the tine his supply could
be cut off, the infection was already
in the bodies of the victims. Pas-
teurization is the one sure method of
taking care of that. The case of ty-
phoid 'would not develop until two
weeks after infection, and it would
then be hard to trace back.
"Our creameries here are abso-
lutely up-to-the-minute in their pas-
teurization processes. We require
that all milk, pasteurized or not,
shall come up to certain standards.
Our ideal milk must not run above
50,000 per cubic centimeter bacterio-
logica court; it must contain 4 per
cent or more of butter fat, and no
sediment; and it must have been held
for 30 minutes in a temperature of
145 degrees.
"As a matter oft fact the milk serv-
ed by the Freeman house has lately
been showing over a million bac-
teriological count. We must bring the
city to the point where that sort of
milk is at least made safe for the
public. We have no ordinances here,
and the only way we can secure safe-
ty in the boarding houses is through
the force of public opinion."
STUDENTDANCING CLASS
Those desiring to attend the crass
for beginners in ball room dancing,
to be held in the Michigan UJnion
Dance Hall bhculdregister in tie or,
Union Building, Wednesday, Oct. 8.,
at 7 P. M. The classes Ore e ccljsively
for college men and women. - Fdr par-
ticulars call 1(66-J.

WHAT'S GOING ON All Literary students desiri
examinations from which
TODAY , IIilllllll i11f
3:00-Senior lits meet in room 205 "
Mason hall.
3:30-Classical club executive com- Look
┬░mittee 'meets.
4:00-Comedy club meets In Univer-
sity hall.
6:00-"Chimes" board of directors
meets in Union.
7:00-Choral Union practice in
School of Music. "::':'::"<":':.
7:00-Menorah society of Jewis- Stu-
ents congregation holds meeting of
joint social Committee in Lane
hall.
7 :00--Varsity Glee and Mandolin,.
w clubs meet in room 328 Natural=.
Science building.
7:15-Athena Literary society holds
first meeting in room 302 Mason ii
hall. -
7:30--Interfraternity Stewards' asso-
ciation meeting, third floor Union.
0O-Literary faculty meet.
8:00-Intercollegiate Socialist socle-
ty meets in room P162 Natural Sei-
ence building. Your gua
TOMORROW
3:00-unior hits meet in room 205 E
Mason hall.
4:00-Sigma Delta Chi; meets in e
Michiganensian offices.
4:00-Michiganenslaq editorial and

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business staff meet in editorial of-
fices.,
7:00-Symphony orchestra tryouts.
See Mr. Lockwood in School of
Music.
7:00-Commerce club meets. Room
105 Economics building.

We call for and deliver

Tuttle'
Lunches
Nunnally 's
Candy
Maynard St.

STUDENTS' DANCING CLASS. Those desiring to attend the class for beginners in ball-room dancing, to
held in the Michigan Union Dance Hall, should register in the old Union 'building, Wednesday evenh
Oct. 8, at 7 p. m. The classes are exclusively for college men and women.
For particulars call 16664
WVe Lead Them All At The Only
StudntsSupply Store
Every thing a Student needs We save you money
PHONE 1160 R 1111 So. University Ave.

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Commencing Wednesday, October '8th, 1919
the following prices will be charged for Men's Garments

Pressing

.rice

Cleaning and Pressing Price

.oat and Trouser,

1 Coat, Trouser and Vest,

40c
50c
25c
25c'

1 Coat and Trouser,
1 Coat, Trouser and Vest,.
1 Coat and Vest,

$1.25
1.50

1.00

foat Pressed,

1 Trouser Pressed,

1 Coat,
1 Trouser,

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