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November 02, 1920 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1920-11-02

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WELER AND OPTOMETRIST
Store of Reliability & Satisfaction
113 South Main Street

PERIODICAL AND MAIN READING
Sleep Anyplace ,1ut 'mooms ONLY OPEN' ON SUNDAY
THE CLUB LUNCH Librarian W. W. Bishop has again
Near StateRandPT issued a statement that only the main
reading room and the periodical room

of the Library will be open from 2 toI
9 o'clock on Sundays.
Students who wish to get books from
the study hail may reserve them after
5 o'clock Saturday afternoon in order
to obtain books in the main reading,

may be drawn out, including red star
books, are also put in the main read-
ing room.
The periodical room keeps not only
the last issue of magazines but often
numbers as far back as the six pre-

. -MICHIGANI

ANN ARBOR,

room Sunday.

Certain books which vious issues.

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T. B. KILLING OFF
MICHIGAN REDM
Lancing, Nov. 1.-Subdued grad
by white men from the time when
Nicolet first invaded their -territo
1634, the question now arises
*hether Michigan Indians will 1
terminated by the great white p
of their white conquerors.
Officials-of the Michigan Depar
of Health believe the Indians w
exterminated in time unless the
makes strenuous efforts to save
A survey, of part At the Indians
Upper Peninsula, made durini
past summer undei' the directi
Dr. R. M. Olin, stat4 health con
stoner, reveals that 63 per' cen
either positive or suspected suf
of tuberculosis. %
"One of the greatest"mistakest
has been made was permitting tb
dian to live off the reservat
stated Dr. Olin today. "While o
reservations he had some superv
Now he has none, and, knowing
lutely nothing of preventive me
and hygiene, he is a constant m
spreading contagion whereverhe
The change of the Indian's sta
of living, from the healthy, vig
life led a.short time ago in the
outdoors, to his present mode of
ence has'been entirely too revol
ary for his physical well being.
ilization came slowly for white
it was too abrupt for the red me
"Living as they do, housed in
huts throughout that part of the
where the winters are most sE
the confined, inactive life that
choose is most favorable for the
tact and develop'ment of tubercu
Strict supervision on reservatio
the only thing that will save the
nants of ' the Huron, Ajibwas
Chippewas In Michigan."

who

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good clothes because they

know theywill

surely get

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exactly what they pay.for,

DEAN
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BATES WIL ADDRES
A. R. TOMORROW EV

the

utmost

value

at

the

price.

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The course is definitely ndi-
cated. The Kuppenheimer label
is a responsible pledge of good
faithsincere quality and unfail-
ing service.
Such assurance of satisfaction
is mighty welcome right now.
You can depend upon Kuppen-
heimer good clothes; they are
an economy, an investment in
good appearance.

9*

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Dean Henry M. Bates of th
school will speak to the Wasl
chapter, Sons of the American
lution, at 6:30 o'clock tomorraov
ing at a banquet in the Union
subject will be "fhe Rema
Growth of National Government
During the Last Century." . All
bers of the chapter and all p
eligible for membership are cc
invited to attend.
The organization plans to
series of interesting meetings ti
out the year at'which address
be delivered 04. , various subj(
historical and instructive vale
cording to Dr. W. B. HEinsdale
dent of the Washtenaw chaptei
SPAALDING
Wart and cosr
fortable with free
arm movement.
Spaldingsweaers
are garments for'
all-around use -
for everybody-r
men and women.
Just right for all £
maniner of out-
door wear./ SEND FOR CATALOi
A. G. SPALDING & BRO:
211 S. State SL,; Chicago,_
Courteous a$d satisfac
TREATMENT to eery cus
er, whether the accolut be 1
or small.
The Ann Arbor-Savihgs B
SIncorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $C250(
Resources.......$OOO,O(
4 Northwest Cor. Main %Hi
! 707 North University Av(
PHONE 166
TRUBE'
218 SOUTH MAIN
QUALITY ICE CREW

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The HOUSE of KUPPENHEIMER

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N. F. ALLEN

COMPANY

211 South Main Street

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Crowded ever3
BUT
Room for All
Last years cust<
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