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I HN l ,AID' OFFICER HERE
J. E. Bryce, of the Jackson office
of the Veterans' Bureau, has been in
1 USE F OLDAnn Arbor the past week, in his posi- 1
USE OF OLD tion of coordinator between the Uni-
URIENTAL versity and those students who are{
being sent through college at the ex-
pense of the go'vernment. Also, during
d Press) the illness of Dr. F. B. Wahr, of the
ch 4.-Chinese Federal board, he is assuming most of
say that fre- the latter's duties relative to the V. F.
to their own W. students.
Lat after steep-
dat aterstheepr- Mr. Bryce, who spent 3 years in Rus-
cidental scholar-I sia, Germany, and the Balkans doing
on the intricate eran 'comenting ondth
China. Indeed, relief onecmmin n
s meeting with m ofgmoneytpaid to the students"
vho avestuiedat Michigan by the government for
ho have studied educational purposes said that approxi-
i in 'America, mately $30,000 was remitted to these
ir name in Chin- students monthly. The tuition and all
we University of of the books and sundries are sup-
eir fami a ity plied for 'them as well as a certain
come fmonthly income of which $100 is the
tre. They come minimum. Those students who are
read o shiss married receive $135 per month and,
rofae Chin se,' sif they have any children, receive $10
d Tibetan liter- per month extra for each child.
hilosophy. Sev- Those who wish to consult with Mr.'
3at the Univer- Bryce may do so on Wednesday,
ary officials say, Thursday or Friday of every week, in
and regularly the office of the Dean of Students:
s in this collec-

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Know Your Alumni
(By Courtesy of Chimes)

Seitaro Tsuboi, a member of the
faculty of the University of Tokyo,
on a two-year leave of absence from
the university, has been visiting Ann
Arbor for )the past few days.

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Do You Know
That Louis C. Hill was a member
of the Geological Survey of the Unit-
ed States in 1903-4, that he was in
complete charge of the construction
of the famous Roosevelt Dam when
it was being erected, that as the su-
pervising engineer of the United
States Reclamation . Service he was
responsible for all government re-
clamation activities in Arizona, south-
ern California, New Mexico, Texas and
Utah during the period of 1905-14, that
he was consulting engineer for Camp
Kearney during the war, and finally
and most important, that he Ibecame
an alumnus of Michigan in 1886?.

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Everything
In the Realm
of Music.

DO YOU LIKE
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05 books and pamph-
shelves of the library,
various other special
0,000 are in the Ed-
llection on the North
1, and various Indians,,
them.
- cent of' the' readers
brary during the past
iemselves of what is
the third best collec-
gy and local histoty in
nters and type design-
books from the John
ction of 4,000 volumes
eports the possession
Inted before 1500. An
he past year is awood-
be the first map ever

THE UNIVERSITY'S
COMMON. HEALTI
"Periodic Medical Examinations."
"The most striking testimony yet
offered to the value of periodic medi-
cal examinations has recently been
furnished by the Metropolitan Life In-
surance company, which for more
than seven years has been offering
the life extension institute service
without cost to its policy-holders,'
says the February "Nation's Health."
"Approximately 6,000 persons were
examined under this plan in the years
1914 and 1915,. and the after history
of this group was observed up to No-
vember, 1920, for an average periodof
five and one-half years per person.
The' expected mortality for a group
of the class and age concerned would
have amounted to 303 deaths, but ac-
tually only 217 deaths occurred,-a
saving of 28 per cent.
"The number is small but the dif-
ference is so marked that it cannot
reasonably be attributed to chance,
and the company estimates that the
.sum of $40,000 spent in these medi-
cal examinations, has effected a saving
in mortality in excess of $126,000.
LUAEIN AND ST[ARFMA TO
ADDRESS M~ENOAH MEETING

TRAE MARK REG. U. S..PAT.0op
rHE ORIGINAL wIE'
GARTER,
Look for'thenme ". z."
when you buy a wide-web
garter.,
It identifies the genie-the
patented garter that has no slides,
buckles or bothersome adjustments.
Real luxury and solid comfort.
85e to $1, everywhere, in single.grip and the
E. Z. i-Grip, and the E. Z. Sport Garter. Made
solely by The Thos. P. Taylor Co., Bridgeport, Conn.
Featured by leadingStudent Supply Stores
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We carry the celebrated
LUDWIG DRUMS
and equipment
-and other well-known Makes,
DRUM OUTFIT
-bases, pedal, cymbal, snare
drum, stand, sticks, etc. $
all complete. - -
Payments arranged
Special snare drum; maple shell,
thumb screw rods, calf; heads,
only $15.
Call, write or pflone us 1707 for full
particulars.
Grin nell -Bros
116 S. Main Street

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Our prints are made on Velox.
Materials that.are Eastman made and r
ods that are Eastman approved, plus th
perience of our experts are guaranties o
est quality finishing.
Bring us your films

Luncht 11-30-1.00. D
Sunday Dinner,

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AT 124 SOUT M AIN STREET, ANN ARBOR

of Honor to
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tnumber of
lade the su-

Thirty-fourth Year March 5, 1922 News of Spring!

Jaunty
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For those wi

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Fascinating Modes for
Glorious Spring

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as born March 2, 189:
entered the war, he be
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and met his death i
October 16, 1918.
SE STUDENT
NER IN NEW YORI

Prof. I..Leo Sharfman and Prof.
t Isador Lubin, of the economics de-
ei nartment, will be the speakers at the
r Menorah society meeting at 2:15
o'clock Sunday in Lane hall.
1 This meeting is the first of the
-_nresent semester, and the plans for
.e the work of the rest of the year will
n be discussed. Professor Lubin, who
is the national president of the Me-
norah society, will announce his plans
in connection with the local chapter,
g and, an open forum for the discus-
sion of Menorah problems will follow.
h Attention is called to the change in
g meeting time, from Sunday night to
i_ Sunday afternoon.
o
- AFTERNOON GYM CLASSES
D. BEGIN REGULAR SESSIONS

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As developed by Conde and Miss Manhattan

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ent at the Un:
d the honor t
he Chinese Re
W Mr. John.ID
dinnet give
prominent Nev
'res. C. K. Ed
ristian college
by the Rocke

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w -
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graduate of the
ege, holds the
first woman to
in China. She
arber scholar-

Doctor G. A. May, director of Water-
man Gymnasium, calls the attention
of those taking afternoon gym classes,
to the fact that second semester gym-
nasiumclasses have commenced and
in order to prevent future trouble re-
garding abscences, it is desirable that
all m'en in gym classes make their
attendance regular.
Doctor May announces that 'a series
of physical tests are to be given, be-
ginning this week. Much trouble will
be saved both for the physical de-
partment and for the individual, if
these tests are taken according to
schedule.

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T'S a story in three parts that the most swagger tailleuratell -- jagk t,
skirtand blouse - though some jace.ts turn out to bea, , apd
knickers quite frequently substitute for skirts,
That's the situation in a nutshell, but you are eaer for the imnusaI
and telling details. You want to know that soft Kashas and eohored
tweeds are favored, that box coats are jauntiest, that stand-up eojjar ar@
perky, that bright colors are frequently introduced, and so on and s ou.
And - you'd like a hint of prices.

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Footwear
for Ladies

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Trieotine tailleurs
Box coat, flare back,
models. Navy blue.

are distinctive.
and straight line
$29 to $65.

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We are now showing an extensive-
variety of spring oxfords and strap
pumps in patent and dull leathers.
Priced from $6.50 to $8-50

Wool eponge Is the material of which
a two-piece suit (jacket and skirt) is
composed. Embroidered- in yarn. Box
goat style. Gray, navy or rust. $4710
Covert eloth is admirably suited' is
the simple, graceful lines in which i
is fashioned. $55.

A three-piece costume of Jacket, s)iWt
and knickers of gold-periwinkle home.
spun is interesting, and smart. Here
the price is $69.50.
A four.piece outfit of vest, cape, knick-
ers and skirt of' tan Kasha is a most
original conception for spring. $55.
A two-piece affair of homespun con-
sists of jacket and skirt. Easy-swing
sleeves for golf and other sports.
Patch pockets. !Considerably man-
?ish. $35.

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