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who expect to remain
Summer session and
ous of securing part
>uld list their names
y L. Stewart, who is
he employment bureau
the Dean of Students.
ification is necessary
;reliminary steps may
curing positions. The
bly ,consist of garden
board and room jobs,
f ' other kinds.
o the jobs to be filled
there are offers com-
ay to .the employment
ms all over the coun-
e propositions, most of
smanship offers.

FOR REVIEW ON MAY 25
Constant drilling is,rapidly bringing'
the University R. 0. T. C. unit into
shape for the annual review to be held
for the inspection of Gen. George Bell,
Jr., commanding the sixth corps area,
on' south Ferry Field, May 25. Gen-
eral Bell and his staff are on their
annual tour of inspection which cov-
ers all government military units in'
the upper Middle West. A tentative
program for the day has been drawn
up by Maj. Robert Arthur command-
ing the unit here.
Major Arthur plans to have five or
six companies in the field, including
the infantry, artillery, transport and
signal corps branches. The reveiw
will be headed by the R. O. T. C.
baid,-which has been practicing mar-
tial airs in preparation for the in-
spection.

of smokers have proved it-and now'

to you=-

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the

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the finest varieties of pure Turkish.

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has the delicious FLAVOR of the finest Turkish-
gives the ENJOYMENT of the finest Turkish-
will SATISFY you-as will the finest Turkish-
but the highest grade and personally selected
tobaccos, is used in MURAD.f
To enjoy 100% pure
Turkish at its VERY
~ BEST-to reach the
PEAK of Cigarette
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Quality-you have but
to smoke MURAD--
Try MURAD to-
day and
E .' 1 "Judge for
.. c.'/_Yourself-!"

THE UNIVERSITY'S
COMIMON HEALTH
"Mayors and presidents of Michi-
gan's 114 cities and 330 villages are
being urged by the state department
of health and public safety to observe
Clean Up and Fire Prevention week
from May 1 to 6."
The words "spring" and "clean up"
from a cambination that should never
be overlooked. Students of the Uni-
versity of Michigan should cooperate
to their utmost with the citizens of
Ann Arbor in the Clean Up Drive. Let
us help make the Campus and the
City cleaner, and thereby a more
beautiful, a safer and a better place in
which to live.
Let's All Take a Hand
"Clean up" embraces both the out
of doors and the indoors. Get the
rake, the spade, and the hoe, I you
dwellers in the fraternity houses, sor-
ority houses, rooming houses and
homes. The use of these implements
'providesca' health-giving exercise. Vie
with each other fr the mst whole-
some surroundings. Rake and clean
up "every nook and corner. Burn r
dispose of old garbage,epapernand
other refuse. Cart off the ashes, the
old cans and the broken glass. Elim-
inate all stagnant water whether it
be in a tub or a barrel, a gutter or a
pool. Stagnant water and ill smell-
,ing dump piles breed flies and mos-
quitoes, and consequently disease.
Plant a garden where the refuse
was, if only for the sheer joy and
health it gives. Health, safety from
fire, and beauty of surroundings de-
mand an out-door spring clean-up.
Remember that a peep at the back-
yard gives one a better insight into
the character of the occupants of the
dwelling than does the front door ap-
pearance.
(Clean Out the Coriners
In most households there are cor-
ners in the attic and basement, or
elsewhere, that seem to escape regu-
]ahr cleansing days. Get after these.
Vigoroeisly apply cleansing agents to
all 'the wood work. Perhaps paint or
white wash would help. Soap and
hot water are far more efficacious as
diseasepreventatives than fumiga-
tion. Go after the dark corners, 'the
closets, the garret, the basement.- Dis-
ease germs flourish in warmth dark-
ness and dampness. Seek out and
thoroughly clean such places. Window
curtains, carpets, mats and rugs
should be thoroughly cleansed.F Put
them out in the open air and sunshine
for a while.
Set your house in order. Flood the
rooms with air and sunshine. Fresh
air is better than disinfectants. Sun-
shine is the "blue ribbon" germ killer.
C leninlness and wholesomeness go
band in hand. See that these "twin
sisters of Good Health" are in your
home-that your houseliold sanita-
tion is all that it should be.
Organize now for the Spring Clean
lp.
DETROIT ALUMNI
SOLICIT FOR CAMP

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In the lead
this spring

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THESE pumps are favorites for
spring because of the patent'
leather, the new box heels, and
smart wide band straps.

There is nothing whi
can send your family and
which will be so fully
ciated as pictures whi
have made yourself. Thi
tures will increase in :
and value as time goes
GET A REXO N
Campus life offers tlu
of interesting subjects.
do not take advantage o1
opportunities now, youv
Bret it when you have 1E
lege.
Rexo products have ac
of a century's reputation
them. They are sold
Arbor by
STUDENTS' SUPPLY S
1 1 11 South Univor!

t.8' JIUVAL, I ..
tee yesterday sent out to 1800 Detroit
alumni letters of description and ap-
peal for the camp to be maintained
this summer. '
But a few dollars short of $2,000
have been realized from all sources
so far, principally student, and it is
expected that the reply from the De-
troit alumni will double this amount.
If this $4000 goal is realized, 300.
boys from the State of Michigan will'
be granted a real summer's outing.7
The plan is to care for 30 boys at
a time for a period of ten days each,.

the boys to be recruited mainly from
Detroit. The second Fresh Air Camp
committee, if successful, will have
doubled its work of last year.
A site for the camp will be defi-
nitely selected in a. few days.
Correction
An article run in Tuesday morning's
Daily states that there are 22 places
taken for the Biological station camp
this summer. This number should
have read 7. There are only 50 avail-
able places.

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Right, a smartly belted golf-
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New styles -with spring

With 'the endorsement by the board
Sof governors of the U. of M. club of
= - Detroit, the Fresh A ir .Camp commit-

color and life

e fumes rheatre
OF THE MICHIGAN UNION
riday and Saturday, May

5-6,

THE PERFORMANCES ARE FOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC, AS WELL AS IfR
1MrE1IIBERS OF THE UNIVERSITY
THE MIMES REPERTOIRE COMPANY.
PRESENT

OULL feel the spring spirit in
these clothes;' new energy and
drive. -"The colors are bright, fresh
looking; models are smart and trim,
with numerous changes for young
men. Many have two pairs of trou-
sers to double the wear you'd ordinar-
ily get.

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