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February 23, 1922 - Image 6

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TH

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COMMON HEALTH

PECIAL WORK,
AMER SESSIONi

MICHIGAN IS SCENE
31AINTAINED BY
UNIVERSITY

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copies of the announcement
logical station for its four-
son, 1922, are now ready for
n at the Summer session of-
ion is located on the shores
lake, about equidistant from
, Mackinaw city and Petos-
naintained by the University
in as a part of its regular
ession, and will be open dur-
ight weks from June 26 to
iclusive.
iould Notify at Once
of the limited length of the
is imperative that students
ct to use unusual types of
in their research work at
i should correspond with the
romptly, before May 15 if
o. that the necessary appar-
e secured before the session
conditions at the station are
and reasonably comfortable.
I one-room houses are pro-
the use of the students and
bers. Board is furnished on
rative plan wider the direc-
stewardess and committees
by the director. The total
te session, exclusive of trav-
nses and clothing need not

Droplet Infection
Much is still unknown regarding the
transmission of many communicable
diseases. Carefully conducted experi-
ments in some of our army canton-
ments during the height of the influ-
enza epidemic, revealed our ignorance
relative to the mode of spread of influ-
enza. We should, however, acquaint
ourselves with the practicable and
workable conceptions of contact infec-
tion, thereby minimizing the dangers
of contracting or spreading communi-
cable diseases.
The role that "droplet infection"--4
the mucous spray'thrown out as a re-
sult of coughing, sneezing, forceful
talking, etc.-plays, in disease trans-
mission is doubtless a very important
onel Respiratory infections are indoor
diseaseg. They flourish when, because
of inclement weather or for other
reasons, people remain indoors a great

deal. The chances of contact infection
are then at their maximum. Especially
is this true of droplet infections. Prob-
ably every student in the University
has at one time or another contracted
an infectious cold or some other respir-
atory disease as a consequence of at-
tending congested gatherings where
coughing and sneezing were rampant
and where many who were coughing
or sneezing made little or no effort
to "block" the spray by means of the
handkerchief.
Ohioans Given Party Tuesday
Ohioans, were the guests of the
Cleveland club at a dance given at
the Arcade dance hall. Rogers' or-
chestra furnished music.
A meeting of the Cleveland club
will be held Tuesday, March 7, at the
Union.
Lost something? A Classified Ad in
The Daily will find it for you.-Adv.
Try a Daily Want Ad. It pays.-Adv

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is the first attribute
itizen of the world.

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Few books can impart
it, yet it comes natural-
ly with college training.
Such easy familiarity
with the good things of
life leads naturally to
"y Melachrino,"theoneciga-
rette sold the world over"

A Place to bring your friends
Nowhere is the food better
Nowhere is the service more prompt
TUTTLE'S LUNCH ROOM
Mayne ,d Street

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Remember that Melachrmo is a master
blend of onlythe finestTurkishTobaccos
as originated by Miltiades Melachrino.
Egyptian cigarettes are simply those
that originated in Egypt. But the tc-
bacco is what you want to know about
-and if it's Melachrino -it's right

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e number of students that
mmodated is limited, imme-
cation, orally or by letter,
y to insure admission to
Students will be received
irses in the order of appli-
pecial Staff Added
for thq Summer session
e station includes an unus-
number of professors from
.tutions. These men are
;h, professor of zoology at
ity of Illinois, Frank Caleb
tant professor of botany at
State Agricultural college,
gichols, assistant professor
f Yale university, and Rob-
on, assistant professor of
Cornell university.

KNAPP-FE LT
Spring Hats
A Beautiful Showing of the
New Pearl and Mode Shades
$5 and $7
SPECIAL NOTE!
Your choice of any Fall or Winter
Suit or Overcoat in stock
$26.50
Lutz Clothing Store
217 South Main

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The One Cigarette Sold the World Over"

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MATINEE.- 2:oo, 3:30
Adults........... 2c
Kiddies...... ...oc.

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EVENING 4- 7:oo, 8:40
Adults........... 30C
Kiddies........... ioc.

shed star, Mr. Leo Di-
most brilliant success,
rer," is the attraction
Whitney Theatre on
25. Mr. Ditrichstein
enroute to the Pacific'
is to spend the coming
on a repertoire of

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tionably the appearance of
:hstein in 'The Great Lover"
e big event of the season in
natics. For years our play-
e heard of Mr. Ditrichstein's
a this play, one of the recog-
sics of the theatre, and the
vent of his mpending engage-
be hailed with delight.
reat Lover" was written by
hstein and Frederick and
atton and tells the romantic
a great operatic singer who
voice. The New York Herald
Ditrichstein's performance of
rel, the opera singer and
ol, will always'be remember-
ionument of histrionic artis-
e supporting company will
number of the original New
t who have been especially
by Lee Shubert for this en-

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Full of Beauty packed with all
the mystery of an Edgar Allen
Poe and
Bright with the sunshine of Love
and Youth.
A perfed vehicle for the most
striking acress On the American
screen.

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How to tell the
genuine Victrola
Lift the lid. Then you'll see the trade-mark "Victrola."
You'll also find the name'"Victrola" and the other Victor
trade-marks, the famous dog and the famous phrase, "His
Master's Voice"
Even children know these trade-marks. And it is equally
easy to recognize the Victrola by its superior translation
from Victor Records of the voices and instruments of the
world's greatest artists.
These trade-marks are your guarantees of quality and a
lifetime of service.
Get your Victrola and Victor Records here.
Schaeberle.& Son Music House
Victtola

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