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y r66ii44LL~i6. strttcianoffredby, ny coleg inI iture generations will resemble very Yized as the foremost thinker on or- !Michiga n men in that city vll be re- Ma gidsohn, 1lE, former varity foot-t en under the d
Y ILL. America on this subject. little the teeth of the present genera- thdltatdy"et.blstrisnchgefthaar Poe fte
______- - Pe idtMainIL. 3urion will be
clege, speaking aof the a ppintmner t coitnofpreinwhh e fllI th( principal speakr at the ban- CL BPL N ON E Till 11001l
FFIsaidTEChJ~ r.M . WrTheaio doentalion , bt il moe ealy ppah___ 4 EA nespeaking on the :l~ect,"The Law nc (ieds
dasl Tedn~ rfsincan believe the good Lord intended to ,66677 @Prof--
4.I, ihga" ro.Rlp . i-Iana ,Ces
sbeginning to feel a responsiblity in lc fteLwshon oc Varsit Glee club mernbls will hold on
7110DONTlA TO BF (IVEN 'NE XT, he field of preventive dentistry tht Cxist." k te]iotne T A.IMJ lrtfhIT o the Llalscobeondthpoam ,=teiuanuliprngc.crtohrcn2
rA B )N~Mf~in we never have felt beore. The ig- Dr. Wa0rd pI jfl ULI ~theiranual tprinmt cets M rh 2rerf
est responsibility we owe the pulc which s now beng attached ro the it isiu expected that Charles B. Warren, event are to cst 50 ce nts each, andd. lnce, whrile
BOSTON is in othodontia, not in attemlting toI heath of the tee"h as anesitSo -D3Uiedtaeans4aoroJa,>Lisoh:
neestufr9 -nie tts n sa~i oJ-will go on sale sooni t h
care diseased teeth, but to prevent the health of the whole body, and of Plans for the annual banuet of the pan, will be present and will deliver i ~ ~ * *t cation of The
Stoota orei h cec their becoming diseased, andcto do the effect; ot certain glands and ducts,I Chicago alumni to be held at the La' an address. coss fa nsalylrenme per edited b
inging about normal teeth, will be this we must start when the infan's i which will be investigatedl. He de- -Slehtlnx rdyngthv Coaches of the lUnivrsity track of acts among which will be threei this occasion.
fed in the dental rcp ege oegnn teeth first come in, andl we mrust keep Gard,"We recognize our responsibi- jSalle hotelh nexto Friday night have -'ispecialty features, a banjo quintette,,
Efall. The course will be con- on along that line throughout the in- -ity to train practitioners in this line been complted.~ The banquet is being f rence track meet on te following day; a piano and sng number by ~eorgej If you don'
fed by D7r. A. LeRoy Johnson; of! fant's life. of work, and we have br~uglt Dr.{ arranged by the Michigan Alumni as- will be the secial guests of the Alum- Qua, '251, and Bruce Booth, '23L, ad th e article, ne
ona. This -is the first graduate in- I "if this is done, the teth of the fu- Johnson here, because he is recog-I sociation of Chicago, and formner ni association at the banquet. Joe college songs. The concert will be giv- sifted Ad" wil

tire'tion of George Oscar
dchool of Music.
'reaIe I)D*uice :April 21
stude nts wil l hold their,
edan e April 21 a:t the
M;. Winters, '23L..ha:;
'.r1rangem--nts for 't I,,
Th1o-mas J. Whilinery ,
ye charg;e of the publi-
Crease, the special pa1-
r the law students for
't know where you 10Ae
gver mind, a "Daily Clas--
11 find it for you.--Adv.

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ARTPNG(TOMORROW) SUNDAY

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4 Chinese Girl

A Yankee Bold

Translatled from the Chinese
Said the Old Mandarin
I have seen many of the pictures
'That move,
But, by Confucius,
There are none
With the gripping power,
The rare beauty,
The charm
Of "Java Head.""
This, as my American friends-say,
I will tell the cock-eyed world.

A4 New England Maid
And this Tale. is fil

And when the bold American ifted the cuirta in , here was
a bewitching Chinese 'beauty wholim the eyes of white raen
had never seen' before, .so he

GEORGEMLFRD

Imnagin e bringing a dazzling, exotic Chinese belle as
into your old-fashioned Nhew England home!
Imagine the gossip and the hullabaloo!

your bride

The Man Who Made "THE SHIEK"
Ii:!iF \ 'u'~ ' BEW III) :Ill .( RO)A N (
'IhI t i''I'.ktS'' IN 'THE SHANGHAI UNDlERl.
I;AX ON THIIE llO~f.i{B3I~t' lN.E, EN(~l..AND
L'I T. l
13j the Author of "To l'able David"

Flow would you feel?

And The GIRLIP

Joseph Her geshimer

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