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Program
am of addresse,
n and dissemi
a the state and

nclude those on
ing primary and
emergency news
ice, the Lansing
subjects.
n will take place
he annual lunch-
rly in the after-
wspapermen will
SITY'S
i HEALTH

bserved that the foot
in the Army shoe
a~den, thicken, and
,that another fitting
d six months later.
soldier's size remains
tity for future requi-
alled attention to. the
is a military foot
mn the average civilian
say, a better shaped,
stocky and muscular
:e duo, in the first
elicitation of the re-
active marching ex-
he is subjected. The
herefore, requires a"
e that follows more
>mical lin6s of a nor-
gly developed foot.
Military Methods
of the extremely pre-
1 feet, and the indis-
ound and 'normal feet
health, and its main-
high time that. every
o reconstruct and re-;

pitiable to think how the work ofa W
fine head may be spoiled by misdi-P
rected feet." Again one is much more TI
prone to walk (outdoo exercise and M
fresh air are indispensable to the P.0ser
maintenance of a healthy and vigor- row
ous body) when the feet are in good T Me
condition. ANEXATION OF OAK OOD TO o
_ _._FOURTH CITY MAKES IT io
ATTAIN GOAL tio
Students eating mo
(By The Associated Press) ne
t uld See Detroit, May 19.-Detroit's popuia- sho
e , Ltion offlicially has passed the one mi-
_ lion mark, as the result of annexation P
CataloguedNotice of the village of Oakwood, with its hMu
8,000 persons.
- Students desiring to rent rooms for Added to the 993,319 persons shown cati
f next year should read carefully the by the last federal census to be resi- Det
. notice that appears in the new Uni- dent in Detroit, the fourth city in the jud
versity catalogue. They are especi- country has attained the goal it set
ally urged to give particular attention out to reach a decade ago, when it ELI
s to paragraph one under the heading began to make the record of the fast-
.. "The student (lessee) agrees." The est growing large city in America.
d article contains a form of the lease Incorporation of Oakwood as a part M
r to be used in renting of rooms as well of Detroit was accomplished only after iga
e as a set. of. rules governing men's a bitter fight extending over a period of E
rooming houses, and the above refer- of six months. Oakwood voters last an
f, ence, is, of course, to it. The refer- November asked that they be adopted.. the
- ence begins that 'the student lessee The village officials, however, refused whe
. agrees to be responsie for the rent to turn over the tax rolls and court Det
.f his room for the.............., litigation ensued. The matter has just. T
with a blank space .followed by the been settled by surrender on the part Det
ord semester. of Oakwood officials, who have com- buil
As stated in the catalogue, "while plied with the demands of Detroit's they
the space may be filled out so as to city council. Tele
cover both semesters, students are . A]
cautioned against signing the agree- Prof. Scot Meeting Classes Agane mar
ment when it is so worded'unless they Prof. Fred N. Scott, of the rhetoric othe
are perfectly sure that they want to department, has been meeting class'es to a
rent the room for the year. The .since his return from Battle Creek.
agreements are drawn with the idea I'e will leave June 1 for Euorpe. D
of covering one semester only, and it
is advised that, except in nusual
cases,'the space referred to be filled
in with the words 'First' and 'Second,'
depending on the semester for which
room is taken, thus leaving the ques- l a
tion of future occupancy open for mu-
tual agreement between student and
landlord later on." What you can do with'your m
( It is also suggested in the bulletin
that it is much better if the rate of degree on what you have done t
rent per semester rather than the rate
per week is entered in the space set cannot afford to be inrlifferent to
aside for the pur'pose. Payment can,
of, course, be made by the week, if
agreeable to the landlord; but the price
agreement should be based on the
semester rate.:;
S Poilce Find Paper's Machine
A Ford runabout belonging to Meyer you have the assurance that you
Paper, '22, which was stolen late prvi e strength for body and r
Monday evening, has been found. Soon provides'rg r y
after missing the 'machine, Paper re- effort and a food that is a distinc
ported the loss to the police, who
found it Thursday afternoon near of other foods. It is 100 per ce
'Denton, about 18 miles from "Ann ed and baked to a delicious fl
Arbor. When found, the machine had
been stripped of its tires. Shredded Wheat is. on tie
nearly every school and colle
Commencement Earlier This Year
Commencement period this year will Shredded Wheat Co.,T Ni
be earlier than in previous years at
the request of i7merous alumni.
Plans for the program are 'practically.
completed and will be ready for pub~-_
lication within a few days, accordipg
to University authorities.. WE STAND FOR T
Oavp your typewriter .cleaned dur- .ION OF THE LIQ
ing vacation. O. D. Morrill, 17. Nick- ON THIS ISSUE W
el's Arcade.-Adv. To consent to the violation of the la
crowning infamy of modern times, w
"_. break down our civilization and defeat
est hopes.
No political party and no leader sh
DAKtheway of the execution of the liquor
Sandpurpose of tle American people e
DEALER IN Prohibition Amendment.
HARD And SOFT 9 JEW F'L
COAL
WOOD AND COKE
KentuckyEgg, Pocahontas,
Maighattan Egg, West:Vir-
ginla' Lump, Solvay Coke,
G o od Clean Hard Coal.

PHONE 109F2
r ,..
.T .SALE
iday, May 19th.
lored hats flower-
anded Sailors in
id navy. *

LL HOLD FIRST INTER.
MENORAH DEBATE SUNDAY
Michigan will oppose Western' Re-
we University at 2:30 o'clock tomor-
w in Lane hall in the first inter-
norah debate held here. The ques-
n will be: "Resolved, that tradi-
nal Jewish life is compatible with
dern industrialism." A large cup
w on display in the Arcade Jewelry
p has been offered by the Shaarey
ek synagogue of Detroit.
>rof. P. Brand Blanchard, of the
losophy department, Mr. Samuel C.
mford, of the Detroit Board of Edu-
on, and Mr. Samuel Levin, of the
roit Junior College, will act as
ges.
ECTRICAL ENGINEERS WILL
VISIT DETROIT EDISON PLANT
'embers of the University of Mich-
n section of the American Institute
Electrical Engineers will be given
opportunity to inspect several of
larger electrical industrial units
n the 'society travels in a body to
roit this morning.
he members will go directly to the
roit Edison Plant and inspect thia
ding and apparatus. From there
will go to the Michigan State
ephone Exchange.
lthough the trip is intended pri-
ily for members of the society, all
ers who are interested are invited
ttend.
ily Want Ads Pay.-Adv.

The Blue Front Cigar S
has your kind of Cigar, the Cigarettes y
prefer, and your favorite Soft Drink.

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e, then, we adopt the military
of measuring feet. Remem-
the measurements of feet
ot be taken while sitting, but
upporting the entire body
f the foot to be measured.
mere weight of the body;
t to spread one-third of an
ength, and one-fifth of an inch
>.After a long march the
ot' becomes even still further
Ily enlarged.
ke Careful Measurement
careful measurement add the
y length and width. Wear
prescribed hygiene shoe. By,
one is only surprised at the
with which many of thoseI
distressing and painful ab-
es-corns, callouses, chil-
tc.,-disappears The general
improved, for the elastic
steps contribute to the hy-
elfare of all organs. "It I'is
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CORNER STATE and PACKARD

nd depends to such a
your stomach that you
'hat you eat. In eating
are eating a foodthat
ind with little digestive
help in the elimination
t. whole wheat, steam-
ror, and ready to eat.
training table of
e in this country.
igara Falls, N. Y.
-IE DESTRUC-
JOR TRAPFIC
FIGHT
v by a business which is the
Ld undermine the Republic,
umanity's fondest and high.
u d be permitted to stand in
tiife according to the will
ressed through the National
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nd 7:30 P. M.
ud 7:30 P. M.
nd 7:30 P. M.
AN CHURCH
t s THIRD DAY
dyke Hon. 0. W. Stewart
Rev. Norma C. Brown
ADMISSION FREE

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GEORGE F:ITZMAURIC
PnODUCTION
tooJAMES KlRKWOOD
ANNA Q. NILSSON AND NORMAN KERRY
A love-drama as warm as the Ital-
ian skies under which it was filmed
R 'A D E DGHOST"
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LAW ENFORCEMEN'
ANN ARBO
Sunday, May 21 - 3:00 a
Monday, May 22 - 2:30 a
Tuesday, May 23 - 2:30 a
FIRST PRESBYTERI
FIRST DAY SECOND PA
i'on. Frank S. Regan Jr. H. Woerten
Arthur E. Whitney
EVERYBODY INVITED

a Richardson

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