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May 06, 1922 - Image 3

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De Molay to Give Dance Satuwrday hall. Tickets for the dance may now
Night be secured from Cecil Leopold,.'24,
Members of the Ann Arbor chapter, chairman of the dance committee. Rob-
Order of de Molay, will hold a chap- ert A. Campbell, treasurer of the Uni-
ter dance beginning at 9 o'clock to- versity, and Mrs. Campbell, will be the
morrow night in the Packard dancing chaperones for the evening.

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Four speeches in two hours was the
record made by President Marion L.
Barton in Detroit, Thursday, when he
spoke at two separate meetings at the
Statler hotel, for the Free Press Radio
service and at the Masonic temple.
The president delivered his lecture,
"Being Alive," before the American
Physical Education Association at
i~8:45. Speaking at the opening night
of. the Free Press Radio station he
took as his topic, "Drifting or Plan-
ning?"'
Returning to the Statler he deliver-
ed his third lecture before -the Ameri-
can Manufacturers Association. This
treated the University from four view-
points: as regards to Industry; in re-
latidn to the State; considering the
student and finally the University and
the citizen.
The lecture was devoted to im-
pressing upon the manufacturers the
work thtt is being done at the Uni-
versity now and what must be done
in the next few years.
THE UNIVERSITY'S
COMMON HEALTH
I am the Enemy of Mankind,
I have destroyed more lives than all
the wars of the world.
I destroy more than 600,000 lives
in the United States each year.
I steal in the United States alone
more than a billion dollars each year.
I tear homes asunder; I snatch
babes from the mother's breast.
I am more powerful-.than the com-
bined armies and navies of the wcrld.
I have burdened mankind since the
,dawn o history.
I spread misery and destruction.
Innocent children are my special prey.
I bring pain, sickness, death, yet few
seek to escape me.
I destroy and maim; I give nothing,
but take all.
I destroy health and wreck homes.
I am relentless, the rich and poor
alike I seek. Both weak and strong,
old and young, are my victims.
I cause commetce to stand still; :I
depopulate cities and destroy nations.
I am preventable disease.
I am the Conqueror of Preventable
Disease

Romance Luxury
Beautful .Gowns!
Imagine! Glorious Gloria Swan-
son supported by dashing Ro-
dolph Valentino in a romance
by the author of "Three Weeks"!

STARTING SUNDAY
The Dazzling Queen of Screen Sensations!

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-- a gorgeous love - drama of
Paris nights, Alpine crags, and
society boudoirs!

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I am stronger than all the nations
of the world.
I am the co-worker of medicine and
surgery.
I save thousands of lives each year.
I restore children to their parents.
I banish plague and pestilence.
I convert the fever-ridden jungles
into health resorts.
I prevent sickness, disease, suffer-
ing.
I a'dd years to the lives of thou-
sands.
I am on guard at all- times, my vigi-
lance never ceases'.
'I bring cleanliness, good cheer, and
wholesome living.
I make mankind happier; I bring
prosperity. Towns spring up and
grow under my protection.
I anm necessary for the progress of
the world. Trains and ships move
under my protection.
I watch over the children in the
schools, the soldiers in the camps and
trenches, the sailors on the sea, and;
the people at home.
I am sanitation.
-From'Michigan "Public Health."

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CLNOR OLYN'S

Cheever House to "be' Set Up Monday
Foundation work on the new
Cheever house annex on Madison
street will be completed by Monday
and the house, moved from Haven
street, will be set up then. After re-
modeling, the house will contain six
study rooms and"a dormitory, with
accommodations for 12 girls.
Westerners' Club Elects
Frederick F. Wynn, '23L, of North
Dakota, ,was elected president of the.
Westerners' club at the regular meet-
ing held last night at the Union. Mil-
ton D. Greene, '25, wts elected treas-'
urer at the same time. Both the offi-
cers will assume office next fall.
Lost something? A Classified Ad in
The Daily will find it for you.--Adv

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CONCERT ORCHESTR
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EXCEPTIONAL
SURROUNDING PROGRAM

CONDUCTING

' A REQUEST
By attending the matinees Sunday you will be assured a good s
without having to wait in line should you come late Sunday even
This super-attraction will warrant your _effort.
TGE MANAGEMENT.
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Idrich, Charles
ves, and Judge
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S. Sayres and
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Grinnell's box

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ICE CREAM
IN TWo LAYERS THAT IS THE
US AIIFAIT BRICK FOR THIS WEEK END.
t prices ice cream is the most economical dessert

SPECIAL MUSICAL SCORE
LAST TIMES
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"WATCH YOUR STEP GIRL
B LACKMAILER-millionaire - err-
ing mother -~ and innocent con-
vent girl - all mixed up in a swift-
moving romance that's 97 per cent.
thrill. With the most surprising cli-
max you ever saw! Come!
ADDED-
"F ALSE AL ARM"
A SUNSHINE COMEDY
FUNNIER THAN EVER WITH LAUGHS API

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LENTY

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