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March 23, 1922 - Image 6

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Li

Irsitte

rho has at-
:ational in-
eering and
record in
ne from the
erhaps the
ined by anj

ollege work at
consin. There
years of liter-
ed with an all
ole four years.
3ntered Massa-
chnology where
four years he
e head of his
standing from
of the hardest
the country.
leering he be-
I in law. He
for a year but
interest was

here he has kept up his high schola
ship.record by making his customs
all "A's." He was made a student e
tor of the Law Review and wasr
cently elected to the Order of Co
which is the highest honor that ci
come to an American or English st
dent. Prof. Grover C. Grismore, of 1l
Law school, is the only other man 1
side Stason that has ever made an
"A" record in the Michigan Le
school
Besides his law work, Stason h
taught 30 hours a week in the Eng
eering school since coming to Mic
gan and has recently sent a textbc(
on electrical engineering to the pre
He is now preparing a paper on "Tee
nical Education in the Middle Wesi
for one of the large magazines of
country.
Know Your Alumni,
(By Courtesy of Chimes)

THE UNIVERSITY'S healthy looking countenances, the Artisitc Hemstite
erect carriage of the active alert wo- Silver and Gold thr
COMMON HEALTH men marching in sane footwear, were Sewing Machine Co.
es Ia pleasing contrast to the usual type
There is a rather extensive, though of women employees. And they were
erroneous and decided harmful belief more efi-cient in their work.
among certain classes, that girls Thus the old order changes. Wo-
Iry should not be requ'ired to take sys- men must have systematic -outdoor U I *
di- tematic physical exercises, especially recreation in order to meet the new
re- outdoor exercises. "What my daughter economic and social demands. PriesAlber
of, needs is rest and not exertion" is a The University should be the first $1.35; Ae
an very common "come-back" to the re- to recognize this fact.
tu- quirement. In other words girls are $5.00 Prince 4
the not living organisms which require VETERANS IN UNIVERSITIES Pipes $3.50.
be- systematic exercise in order to live, PARTIALLY EXEMPT FROM TAX
all but rather are delicate mechanisms Auto Strop S
. subject to a wearing out process with Many inquiries have been received they last.
every movement. at the office of J. E. Bryce, of the Vet- Gillette Safety
as Responsible for Illness erans' Bureau, regarding the income Special
in- Such opinions are undoubtedly res- tax as it affects men in training under P rice.
hF- ponsible for much of the weakness, ill the United States Veterans' bureau.
ok health, and nervous disturbances so Regarding this, the Revenue act of
'ss' frequently found in women. 1921 provides that compensation, fam-
h- Fortunately we are beginning to ily allotments and allowances, are
3t, recoginze the value of outdoor exer- exempt from taxation, according to 118
the cise for women and now many forms C. W.Arndt, chief of the income tax
ofrecreation areavailable for them. division, first district of Illinois.
During the recent! war, the writer All those who are affected in, any
- viewed with no little interest the manner by this and who would like
drilling on the Mall in Washington, of more information concerning it may
the women employees of the navy consult with Dr. F. B. Wahr, of the
The Navy department had wisely} con- Federal board or J. E. Bryce, of the
cluded that its women employees, sec- Veterans' bureau, both of whom may
retaries, clerks and stenographers, in be found in the office of the Dean of
order to be healthy and efficient, Students. TI
na- should take daily exercise. To meet The
ng this demand modified military train- not
he ing was initiated. rolle
Hold Regular Drills not t
or Under the direction of officers of-VI
he the Ma'rine Corps, numerous compan- In-
as ies of women and girls were formed
ty and drilled in the school of the so1- Laist Time Toda7
us, dier, squad, platoon,: and company.
nt, The drills were augmented by daily A u
3? lectures on hygiene.. Assuredly the C143,, L a '
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After the show THE
come in for a MISFIT
lunc at WIFE"
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fED CIGAR STORE
t. Tuxedo, Velvet. Etc.: 8 ox., 700; 16 or. Tins,
m, $1.45.
of Wales Pipes. cut to $1.00, W. D. C. Milano
Guaranteed or your money back.
afety Razors, complete set with blades 89o while
y Razors., with blades 35o
on all Safety Blades.
T9e Right Store with the Right Price.

JETTER & DE FRIES

EAST HURON STREET

accepted it for a Do You Know
Le4I which one of That Stewart Edward White is ax
schools, Harvard, tive of the state of Michigan havi
imbia he would been born in Grand Rapids, that
his life work. He
fought in the Great war as a maj
at the Law school of the 144th Field Artillery, that
has written such famous stories"
TON TENE The Leopard Woman," The For
Niners," and others equally famoi
and that finally, and most importai
er Border Makes he graduated from Michigan in 190

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'dug in," and the
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:les in London the
amonn De Valera
bility of civil war
is causing some
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THE STORY BY ROUNDS
TO FINISH
Round One-He is branded N. G. by Dad
and driven into the crool, crool world!
Round Two---He is Gunboat Williams, fistic
artist supreme!
Round Three-He is wined and dined by
society's ,creme de ia creme!
Found Four'-He is knocked all groggy by
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seat when he wins!
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From the Short Story Classic
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