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May 19, 1922 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-05-19

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two cases within the last
s have come to the atten-
University Health Service
ents have ,been overcome
in gas heaters that are not
entilated. These students
found unconscious in the
s of local rooming houses
had been using the heaters
vercome by fumes.
en E. Forsythe, director of
rice, has reported the mat-
officials with a, view to cor-
situation and taking some
to prevent recurrence of
. It is pointed out that,
students in question were
stored to consciousness
were discovered, the re-
t readily have been much

Forsythe, director of Health service,
'but it is advisable that anydone ex-
posed to the disease take the Schick
tests to determine their immunity and
to take treatment to make them im-
mune if necessary.
The Schick tests will be given again
today from two to four at the Health
Service, and every Thursday at this
time throughout the balance of the
semester.
INCOME FROM NOBEL PRIZE
FUND $471,245 FOR YEAR

STEEL
TD

WITH HANG

Washington, May 18.-President
Harding, it became known today, had
invited 40 of the country's leading,
'steel manufacturers to a dinner at the
White House tomorrow night. While
official comment was withheld as to
the purpose of the meeting tomorrow
night, the fact that the President had
previously given notice of his inten-
tion to have 15 or 20 presidents of the
larger railway lines in conference
Saturday night. gave grounds for a'
general understanding that transpor-
tation matters would be taken up with
the steel manufacturers.1

ately to an effective extent, even if D
not ordered by the Interstate Com-
merce commission, will be the ques-
tions for discussion. 9
A
Nelson Honored by Masques
J. Raleigh Nelson, associate pro-
fessor of enginering English, was re-
cently presented with a. 10 volume
leather bound set of the complete
works of Robert L. Stevenson by mem-
bers of the Masques, women's dramatic
society. The gift was given by the -
society in token of its appreciation for
his services in directing its plays, es-
pecially "The Yellow Jacket."
Lost something? A Classified Ad in
The Daily will find it for you-Adv.

TOURIST
ONDS HERE

R OF COMMERCE AND
[OBILE CLUB IN CHARGE
OF PROJECT
ing to plans now under con-
a by the Ann Arbor Chamber
erce, working with the Ann
tomobile club, a large camp-
ad is to be provided for auto
passing thru Ann Arbor dur-
coming summer. Plans are
completed but it is thought
aviliop will be erected on a
:amping ground near the city
se of auto parties overnight.
tatives of the Automobile
be on hand to assist tour-
By Scouts will guide the par-

(By Associated Press)
Stockholm, April 25.-The income
last year of the Nobel Foundation,
which annually distributes cash prizes
for' outstanding individual achieve-
ments in literature, art, science and
politics, was equivalent to about $471,-
245. Five prizes will be distributed
during 1922 and the total, sum paid
out to each winner will be 122,482
kronor (about $32,000).
,:................................................................
FIRST NATIONAL
BANK
Organized in 1863
I 3% paid con
Savings Deposits
Oldest National Bank in Michigan
BASE BALL
GET INTO
THE GAME
WrTH
SPALDING
EQUIPMENT
GLOVES, MITTS,
BATS, BALLS, ETC.
Our catalwoefs znow ready'.
It's yours for tho uakinz.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
211 So. State St. Chicago, III.

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rry, representing
ile club, will speak
s of the Chamber
Tuesday noon on

F LORENCE
ANN ARBOR MAY FESTIVAL
HILL AUDITORIUM
TOMORROW NIGHT AT 8:00 O'CLOCK
AFTER a noteworthy career abroad, Miss
jtl.Easton is recognized in America as one of
the most accomplished and versatile sopranos
on either the operatic or concert stage.
She, like other artists of note, records exclu-
sively for Brunswick.
Ask the nearest Brunswick dealer to play these
Easton-records for you:
30011---Ave Maria........ ........Bach-Gounod
Violin obligato by Max Rosen
10037-Air des bijoux (Jewel Song from Faust) in
French .... ... .... Gounod
80013-Un bel di vedremo (oeDyH'lCm)-
From Madame Butterfly, Act II, Scene 1. in
Italan. .... ..Puccini
10044--vissi d'arte (Love and Music),- From Tosca,
Act II, in Italian .................... Puccini
10036--My Laddie ................ Troubetzkoy-'rhayer
Any Phonograph Can Play Brunswick Records
THE BRUNSWICK-BALKE-COLLENDER CO.
Manufacturers-Established 1845
CHICAGO NEW YORK CINCINNATI
BR UNSWICK
PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS

new

Friday - Saturday
LEFTY
FLYNN
IN
"Smiles Are Trumps"
COMEDY-
"School Day Love"

Mario Cliamlee

Cyrena Van Gordon

ins and detailedi
ess Secretary of t
Northwestern Uni
Building,
West Lake-~Street,
Chicago, Ill.

ANN ARBOR MAY FES1IYj
FOUR DAYS-MAY 17, 18, 19, 20-SIX CONCE
TICKETS FOR
INDIVIDUAL CONCERTS

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SALE

AT SCIjOOL OF MUSIC
$1.00 - $1.50

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