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Student Directory
NUMBER THREE

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25, 332 E. Jefferson. Jackson, 2096-M
J., '25E, 903 Mary. Jackson, 2375-W
'nold, '24, 514 Thompson. Marion, 1505
E
'22D. 523 Packard, 2866-M
22P, 914 Hill. Barrien Springs, 237
5 E. Ann. Detroit. 1288-3
er C., '23, 715 S. State. Indianapolis, Ind., 72-W
D., '25, 1318 Forest Ct., Pueblo, Colo., 542-J
., '24, 1708 Geddes. Detroit, 2888-M
'23, 804 E. Monroe. Sandusky, O., 1114-W
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'25M, 808 Packard. Rochester, N. Y., 370-W
d, '23E, 427 S. Fifth. Sand Lake, 2186-R
1, '24M, 1027 E. Huron, Detroit, 2134
M., '24, 321 N. Thayer. Shelby, 2246-J
1., '25, 556 S. State. Sioux .Falls, S. D., 18
1 E.., '22, 1114 Woodlawn, 2352-J
'25, 608 Packard. Louisville, Ky., 1104
., 24, 444 S. State. Allegan, 937-R
B., '22E, 526 Packard. Brighton, 1951-M
2E, 428 Hamilton. Minneapolis, Minn., 2545-M
'23, 703,S. University. Sturgis, 1262-M
5M, 1212 S. University. Ann Arbor, 2878-M
H., '22, 1212 S. University. Ann Arbor, 2878-M
Grad., 318 E. Jefferson. Guelph, (nt., 1058-3

Will Organize
European Tours
Four student tours will be conducted'
this summer to Europe by Internatioi-
al Students' Tours, organized under
the auspices of the Institute of In-
ternational Education in New York.
Plans of travel now being completed
show that the itinerary will major in
Great Britain, France, Italy, and the
Scandinavian countries. Provision
has been made with the governments
and universities of the countries to be
visited for the extension of official pa-
tronage as well as unusual courtesies.
An exceptional feature of the tours
is that their purpose is merely for
travel and not for attendance at sum-
mer, courses of foreign universities'.
Announcement of dates for the start
and finish of the tours have not been
announced but it is thought the trips
will occupy a period of two months.
Their success is precluded by last
year's tour of Italy When in every city
the American students were received
with cordiality.;

THE UNIVERSITY'S
COMMON HEALTH
"Preventing Disease"
More and more" disease is being
curedrbefore it beginssTyphus, which
drove Napoleon from Moscow and
destroyed his army, is now being
wiped out by soap and hot water.
Smallpox, once classed with measles
as a deadly but inevitable child's dis-
ease, is being ended with tiny tubes
of vaccine. Lead poisoning in pot-
teries is being markedly checked by
the workmen eating outside their
workrooms and washing the lead
glaze off their hands before eating at
all. Children by thousands are being
saved from slow starvation by atten-
tion to their teeth, which enables them
to eat and to digest their food.
Wherever modern public health work
is in progress, lives are longer and
safer than they formerly were.
The hustler is the chap who has
his shoes resoled oftener than he has
his pants reseated. Andres, 222 S.
State St. The "Shoe Fix" man.-Adv.

2ack to
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0. D. MORRILL
Stationery and Typewriters
17 Nickels Arcade

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E. William. Cleveland, 0., 2420-3
'22E, 825 E. University. Adrian 1656-J.
, 610 Forest. Montrose, Colo., 2641-W
E, 549 Packard. Detroit, 1079-W
0 E. Jefferson. Grand Rapjids, 1246-R
1212.E. University. Buffalo, N. Y., 579-M
1110 White. Belfast, N. Y.
amilton. Detroit, 811-R
24, 510 E. Jefferson. New York City, 1668-3
E, 711 E. Catherine. Benton Harbor, 843-M
223 S. Ingalls. South Africa, 2758-d
Hill. New York City, 2174-M
.10 White. South Haven
1 Washtenaw. Detroit, 2952-R
E, 815 Arch. Saginaw, 1337-M
'25, 322 K. Ann. Ottawa, Ill., 1040-3

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Beware of Counterfe-it Clothes

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Ruth M., '25; 104,S. Ingalls. Franklin, Pa., 1722-R
Marian, '23L, 1008 Hill. Toledo, O., 1508-3
lint M., '25, 338 S. State. Kendallville, Ind., 1949
,eroy A., '23, 533 Packard, 2866-M
Julian 3., '25, 733 5 .Sate. Napoleon,) ., 2999
(Continued in Sunday's issue)

Every Kahn suit is an original-made to measure for an individual.

If you would just as soon have a print of one

world's famous paintings as the original, then you will not appreciate the difference between a KAHN hand-made
a machine-made imitation of it.

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pital,
;rain-

Artists'
Materials
Brushes
Colors and
Varnishes,

It takes longer to model character into clothes
by hand-but it's the only way it can be done.
When you get your. Kahn suit, and find how per-
fectly it drap'es to your own individual lines,. you
won't begrudge the slight difference in cost.

Prepared
Oi Colors
For Artists
In Collapsi-
ble Tubes

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All Size
Tubes
,,And Colors.'

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too stubborn, if you please, to substitute cheap
machine work, cheap linings, cheap button-holes
and .cheap materials in places where the deception
would not at first be apparent.
The little more that Kahn clothes cost is trivial
when considered in relation to their superiority in

Months from now you will even be prouder of

your choice.

And you will thank Kahn for being

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Painting and Decorating
Two stores
Aun Arbor Ypsilanti
Phone 84 Phone 171'
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Coming Soon

looks and wear.'

A hand-tailored Kahn suit will

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look well and stand pressing and dry cleaning
indefinitely.
The Kahn Tailoring Company's great volume

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of business enables us to sell

Kahn made-to-

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measure suits at surprisingly low prices for Spring-
from $35.00 to $70.00.

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---Nothing But Pure Wool Pre-shrunk Fabrics
---Nothing But the Best Grade of Tailoring
---And Every Suit Made to Individual Measure

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CHARLES (OHIO) SALE
as
"HIS NIBS"
Proprietor,'Manager and Oper.
ator of the
Slippery Elm Picture Palace
One of the seven characters he
plays in the photoplay
of that name.
Probably the first time in
the history of motion pic-
tures that one artist por-
trays seven distinct char-
acters in a feature pro-
duction.

Have your new Kahn suit in time for Spring Vcation by placing your order now.

We are waiting to show y

impressive Spring styles and woolens-and to take your measure.

TINKER

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COMPANY

South State St. at Williams St.

ALSO
ETHEL CLAYTON

The Home of fetter Clothes and Furnishings at Fair Prices

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We are making a specialty of SPORT Clothes for every SPORT

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