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May 07, 1922 - Image 10

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-05-07

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sociated Pres:
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"ITS Chicago, was quoted as saying. "Our
cases of drug-addication are so rare
that we have never kept a record ofr
them. In the year 1918-1919, of the
8,842 cases which were actually in-
'vestigated by us, 412 of them were
directly caused by intemperance. But
in the year 1919-1920, the year that
s Reduc- prohibition came into effect, we handl-t
to ed 8,267 cases, and of this number 33t
cases were intemperance cases."
The statement said that arrests for
ASE - drunkenness increased in the state oft
VIDENCE Massachusetts from 93,965 in 1911 to
129,455 in 1917, declining to 37,160 inI
s) 1920.
reduction "The New York Times reports the"
ereduction conclusion of thirty-seven leading
eral pro- American insurance companies that
rges pro- the year 1921 was the healthiest year
beclaime in the history of both the United
clie States and Canada," said the state-
dall, sec- ment.
se of the "The figures for the first ten months
, in a indicate a lowering of the death rate
cs he at- among policy holders from 9.8 in 1920
ad hfeads to 8.24 in 1921.
"Reports froni nine of the largest
s for the cities of Illinois, outside of Chicago,
1 of the show that crime materially decreased
;o, a de- after the enactment of the Eighteenth
,e of in- A-onrl-n "

J. Ran
o Dioce
church

ANNOUNCEMENT OUTLINES
SUMMER SCHOOL COURSES
Description of. courses offered in
the School of Education during the
coming Summer session is made in
genertl announcements of that school
which is out now and may be
obtained either at the school offices
in Tappan hal or in the office of the
Dean of the Summer session room
8, University hail.
,A teaching staff of 15 resident in-
Your House
then if a fire or wind comes you
will be saved many a worry and
Many a Dollar
In this age of the world when the
protection of a good Insurance
Policy costs so little, and the risk of
wind and fireis so great, it is sim-
ply poor business to go uninsured.
BUT LER
INSURANCE
209 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG.
Phone 401 M

structors and 11 non-resident in-
structors has been secured for the
general courses. In adition to those,
10 athletic coaches headed by Field-
ing H. Yost, have been secured to
teach courses for athletic coaches.
Courses in history and principles of
education, educational administration
and supervision, secondary -education,
elementary education, educational
psychology, educational measure-
ments, vocational education, hygiene
and physical welfare and athletic
coaching are being offered.

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FIRST NATIONAL
Organized in 1863
3%a paid on
Savings Deposits
Oldest National Bank in Michigan
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fore the rext is taken-;-buttons sewn o
with twenty-four stitches instead of th
sixteen most manufacturers use-an extr
rj \ button added to th' front to make surei
won't gap: such things show how car
fully Eagle Shirts are tailored.
Let us point out the many superioriti
EAGLESHIRTNGS
of this make.
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TUES., WED., MAY 9, 10
Admission - Matinee 25c
Evenings 3e5
Not including Tax
The People
Of a Great Picture

ctims.
dall quoted a let-
Evans, of the
>f Commerce, in
d that "concerns
distilleries and
Peoria) employ
money'is involved
days. Our bank
eased at the rate
year since that
All' the saloon
is used for soft
ences and offices."
. Evans,.formerly
missioner as call-

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Made also in Raytone Madras
Wonderful Value at $3.50

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322 South Main St.

BUY EAGLE SHIRTS BY THE FABRIC NAME IN THE LABEL
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Celebrated for his dash, his insolently
easy conquests of women in the tango
places of Buenos Aires ; destined to
achieve a clean glory for the true love
he had sqoffed at. ie really lives in
Metro's
T11E FOUR
of tue Apocalypse
TODAY - TO I -MIX in
"CHASING THE MOON"
RA F E

Mario Cihamlee

Cyrena Van Gordon

has not in-
and that in
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ANN .ARBOR MAY FESTIVAL.
FOUR DAYS-MAY 17, 18,19, 20-SIX CONCERTS
Singers - Pianists
Orchestra- Choruses
MICHIGAN'S GR ATEST MUSICAL EVENT
A limited number of course tickets still available at $4.50 and $5.00.
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
CHARLES A. SINK,
Secretary

t. John N. Ryan of the U. S. Reserve Corps, for-
he regular army is now at the stables of G. L. Mul-
E. Ann St. and offers a course in Horsemanship or
instruction at extremely low rates.
ET THE MOST OUT OF

YOUR RIDING

y Polo, Jump, ride cross country, play
games on horseback, etc.

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s for complete course in Horsemanship.
UPON APPLICATION £

PHONE

87

George Oscar Bowen

Frederick Stock

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rethyare: Dobbs Straws, Seasoni1922
Make your selection early and let us set it aside until you want it.
This will assure your securing the style and braid you desire.
e New Blocks have the same DOBBISH SNAP AS IN THE PAST.

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