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October 28, 1921 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-10-28

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY"^R

FOOTBALL ENTHUSIAST ASKS
HOSPITAL TO CARE FOR BABY
That, the University hospital has a
number of functions besides caring
for the sick was demonstrated last
week when a wire was received from
a woman in Ohio who requested that
the hospital take charge of her baby
while she was at the football game.
This was an unusual request and rath-
er surprised the authorities at the
hospital, but it was not long before
one of the nurses volunteered for the
work.
COOLEY RETURNS FROM
ENGINEERS CONFERENCE
Dean Mortimer E. Cooley, of the
engineering college, has returned from
a trip to Washington and New York
for the purpose of conferring with
members of the Federated American
Engineering societies, of which he was
recently elected president.

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REPORT ANALYSES'
AMERICAN DOLLAR
National Economic Bureau Investi.
gates Relation of 1918 Money
To Production
INCOME INCREASES OFFSET
BY FALL IN BUYING VALUE
(By Assdciated Press)
New York, Oct. 27.-An analysis of
the American dollar, its purchasing
power and relation to production and
taxes, is afforded in the findings of
the national bureau of economic re-
search, made public here today.
Income Increased
It announces that the total national
income of the United States in 1918
was $61,000,000,000 as compared with
$34,400,000,000 in 1913. The study
there shows how income in distributed,
the shares received by capital and
labor, including the farmer, income
tax discrepancies, the contributionaof
housewives and offers a comparison
of income in the United States with
the national and per capita incomes
in the United Kingdom, Germany and
Australia. The complete findings will
be published early in November.
No Increase in Production
Although 1918 showed a great in-
crease in dollars it did not represent a
like increase in production, most of
it being due to the rise in prices, for
the dollar of 1918 and 1919, accord-
ing to the report, was a much less
efficient dollar than that of 1913. The
actual total of commodities produced
increased; therefore, very little if at
all, and a large part was materi-
als and not of a kind really benefitting
consumers.
Individual incomes, estimated on a
per capita basis, rose from $340 in
1910 and $354 in 1913 to $586 in 1918
but, the report says, $586 in 1918 wp
equal to only $372 in terms of the
purchasing power for five years be-
fore.

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Chemicals
Laboratory Supplies
Drugs and Toilet Specialties
How Dear To My Heart
Yes, how dear to my heart are those ,good old
home cooked meals, those tender steaks, those real
mashed potatoes with butter and milk in them, those
vegetables, those pies and pastries -
Oh, it fairly hakes you homesick to eat
iAT
Flowers Restaurant
615 EAST LIBERTY

Purity-the best examples of
it are in food served at
the Michigan Cafeteria!
On Last Liberty, bet/veen
Maynard and State Streets

1921

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