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March 25, 1922 - Image 3

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[VERSITY'S
MON HEALTH

I.

MINERS

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ess Are

SOME ASSURANCE
OF STEADY EMPLOYMENT
By Associated Press.)
apolis, Ind., Mar. 24.-Presi-
hn J. Lewis, of the United
rkers of America, today gave
pretation of the miners' de-
r a six-hour day, five-day
ing a part of any new wage
nt affecting the 'soft coal in-
In a formal statement he

One of the greatest values to be de-
rived from frequent-physical examina-
tions is the detection of disease car-
riers. We are beginning to realize
more and more that to know the phys-
ical conditions and to regulate the
personal hygiene of individuals mak-
ing up a unit or a closely associated
group are fundamental in all commun-
ity health activities.
It is the custom nowadays for a
municipality or state to pass drastic
laws regulating garbage disposal, the
location of corrals and pig styes,
cleanliness of slaughter houses, and
the distribution of milk and food
stuffs.-

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RETAILERS CUT PRICES ON
210iding PrOgr'AuErTTES AND SPORT O
D elays £ a i ting T«o articles of student consump
have begun to receive reductionsf
" the nierchants of Ann Arbor. CI
It is becauseof the new building ettes have dropped 10 to 15 per
rogram that a more adequate system within the last week, while the sj
f illumination has not been installed ing goods spring line is from 15 t
n the campus," E. C. Pardon, super- per cent lowerathan in 1921.
ntendent of the Buildings and Not all brands are affected in
rounds department, declared yester- cigarette reduction, but those not
ay. duced are expected to be soon.
"If we were to' illuminate the cam- sports articles have seen a decr
us adequately, it would mean an ex- and this lowering, together with
pense of several thousand dollars," he removal of war tax, has brought
aid. "On the other hand, the newnis rackets and golf sticks down
buildings will light up many places siderably.
now dark, making any outlay of money
or this purpose at present an 'un- ADDLTIONAL ARTICLES ARE
necessary extravagance. TAKEN FROM UNION BUILt
"There is one spot that might be
mproved, however," continued Mr. Petty thievery is still being1
Pardon. "When the new Library was ticed in the Union despite the re
built, the contract provided for a for the detection of the culprits v
ight on the west side of the build- was offered by Union officials
ng. This was never installed. A weeks ago. The discovery Wedn
amp there would materially relieve evening of the loss of a visitor's r
he darkness in that part of the ceam- trar from the doorman's desk in
pus." front vestibule is the latest of a,

ption
from
igar-
cent
port-
to 20
the
L1 re-
All
ease,
the
ten-
con-

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so much misunder-
e people as to the
he position of the
rs of America with
posed six-hour day
hat I believe some-
aid' that would set

ged by coal oper-
drs are demanding
work. The prin-
work day does not
he kind. They do
x-hour day. as the
do ask that they
le assurance that
onably steady em-
a day throughout,

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present conditions the min-
eight hours a day only a
t of the time each year. In
were employed only about
at of full time and were idle
ent of the time. They were
only an average of about
in 1921, out of the 300 or
rk days of the year. They
ake a living for their families
:h conditions. Last year they
n average of approximately
man.
x Hour Day Sufficient
ntuminous mines of the coun-
a capacity of 700,000,000 to
0 tons a year. In normhal
demand is for approximate-
00,000 tons a year. If the
iad reasonably , steady em-
they could and would easily
n a six-hour day enough coal
ery possible requirement. If
done in a six-hour day, why
ainers be required to work
irs a day only a part of the
years ago miners were com-
work 10, 12 or more hours
d when they made their fight
ortening of the work dayto
urs they were met with the
id of fight they are now fac
eir request for a six-hour day
won, and the country has had
.al it could use ever since."
LL RECEIVE INJURIES
PNEW CLEMENTS LIBRARY

Not Rigidly Enforced
Commendable as these laws are, i
they do not strike at the root of the F
evil. While they may be rigidly en-
forced, a typhoid carrier, a victim of 11
tuberculosis, or one who has a mild i
case of one of the serious communi- 1;
cable diseases, may sow broadcast t
any of these diseases. One tubercu-
lous person in any community may
do infinitely more harm to the individ-
uals therein (than lax enforcement,
or even non-recognition of those laws
pertaining to sanitation.
Regulations which require the
screening of foodstuffs are not effec-
tive so long as no provisions are
made for determiningwhether the
food preparator or distributor is a.
typhoid carrier. Thus it may be read-
ily seen that the personal phase of
any health agency is fundamental.
Find Communiable Diseases
A more concrete example of the
personal phase of a health service'
activity is seen in a recent examina-
tion of entering students at one of
our neighboring universities. Of the
young men who stood in line for phys-
ical examinations, one was in the
eruptive stages of smallpox, two had
measles, one scarlet fever, several tu-
berculosis, one of whom died several
days later. Other communicable dis-
eases were noted.
Now let us suppose that these exam-
inations had not been made, and all
affetced had been turned loose in the
students' life and activities. The in-
evitable result would have\ been epi-
demics of various kinds.
Danger of Germ Carriers
Sound students far too frequently
contract fatal diseases by innocent and
Lignorant association with germ car-
* riers and distributors. One may be
rooming with another who has the
dangerous -"chronic cough" and thus
become infected with tuberculosis.
One of the chief concerns of the
University Health Service, then, is to
weed out, ,isolate, and to provide for
treatment, all communicable diseases
and disease carriers.
Does not this particular service
- alone justify the health fee? Physical-
. ly sound students should protect
themselves by both urging and de-
manding that all students who show
symptoms of chronic disorders report
Lo the University Health Service.
Lost something? A Classified Ad in
dPhe Daily will find It for you.-Adv.

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Time
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Today

WILLIAM CHRISTY
CABANNE'S

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prac-
ward
which
two
esday
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num-

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be
in
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r or sUa llu ne t sjnLn onuuis&
g during the past month.
A framed set of house rules which
,as removed from the north entrance
ore than a week ago was anany-
ously returned shortly after the re-
ard was offered by the Union.

SPECIAL STEAK
DINNER
SPECIAL SUNDAY
DINNER .
CLUB LUNCH

. 75c j
$1.00
. 40c
60c

-TRY
V 1 L L I T ,'
Twenty-one years at the
northwest corner of Mich-
gan's Campus. If experi-.
ence counts for anything
Willits' Restaurant should
be Ann Arbor's best eat-
ing place. Try one of our
dinners and be a believer.

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as ti
pens.

DINNER

Banquet Hall in Connection

WILLITS

O. D. MO.
17 Nickels .
The Stationery and 1

FOR A
NICE DINNER

Phone 173

SiS So, State

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Our stc,
well ka
such as

Sheaf
and other

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LAST TIMES TONIGHT
Positively Wally's Vest PictA
Ily All Mreans See It!
An uppercut to the Funny
JESSE L...LASKY presents
WalNace Re
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"At The Stage Door

ry,

s have occurre
of the new Clem-
essness by tres
ause of the injur
was hurt las

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Round One-He is branded
N: G. by Dad and driven into
crool, crool world.
Round Two-He is Gunboat
Williams fistic artist, supreme
Round Three-He is wined
and dined by society's creme
de la creme!
Round Four-He is knocked
all groggy by two big starry
eyes!
And then-you'd better be in
a ringside seat when he wins

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when he climbed on the
completed building and was
heavy chain hanging from a
lthough knocked unconsci-
as not seriously injured. Two
e hurt when they fell from
e to the cement and another
leg crushed by a falling
ize our Advertisers.-Adv.

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ANOTHER STARI /AtE T
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The Fascinating, Dainty Personality

-and the famous Kid Mc
,official count

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We have only the,
rades of Pocahon-
ucky, West Virgin-
thracite Coals. We
e Genuine . Solvay
igrade West Vir-
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'okes. Quality,
and Price guaran-

In a delightful photoplay in which
a maid becomes a man and de-
velops a mix-up; including a
romance of a mistaken identityl

II

"EVER SINCE

EVE"

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COMEDY FEATURE
'eSKIPPER'S LAST
RESORT"
A Toonerville Trolley laugh
fest you'll enjoy.

We venture to predict that Miss
Mason will win instant favor
with you in this charming play
of mystery and humor.

w PRICES
Evenings
Balcony 25c,
Main Floor 35c
Matinees
All Seats 25C

III

HE PRUNER

SPECIAL KIDDIES' DIMEMATINEE SATURDAY AFTERNOON

___ __ADDED
"The NORTHERN TRA
James Oliver Curwood's story,
"The Wilderness Mail"
Featuring Lewis Stone Ethel Crey Terry and Wallace
ALSO SKECTHOGRAMS-THE FAMILY ALBUN
COMING SUNDAY
TOM MIX
the Noted Star, in
"Chasing the Moon"

CO, Inc.
4 E. HURON ST.
intin r 1

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ANITA ,n
STEWART

OMING SUNDAY
"Playthings with DickieI
of Destiny" Headrick

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