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pg| ganahinTg KU'MM TO SPEAK
UICC N i ION SUNDAY EVENING
S MAU.POX Is DVISED Mr. I. K. W. Kumm, one of the fore-
most missionary organizers of the
Serious outbreaks of smallpox in present time, has been secured to
various parts of the state, especiallyS peak at the service, to be held at
in Monroe county, which is adjacent '7 o'clock next Sunday evening at hill
to Washtenaw, make it most urgent Auditorium under the auspices of the
that anyone in Ann Arbor who has not University Services Committee.
been vaccinated successfully for this Mr. Kumm is well known in the
disease within the last seven years be field of geography and exploration,
vaccinated at once, states Dr. Warren I;having taken extensive trips into the
E. Forsythe, director of the Univer- interior of Africa. He is credited withE
sity 'Health service. the discovery of large territories in
Dr. Forsythe emphasized the fact this region never before entered by a
that this outbreak of small pox is of White man. In addition to his work
the virulent variety, which causes a at) an explorer, Mr. Kumm is an au-
great many deaths. He stated that ip thor. He is a fellow of the Royal
Denver, Colo., which recently passed Geographic society and of the Royal
through an outbreak of this nature, geographic society of Edinburgh.
one person in every four infected died Music for the service is under the
of the disease. In addition, the fact direction of George Oscar Bowen o,
that the present infection is worst in the School of Music, and it is expected
Monroe county, near to Ann Arbor, that the choir of the Presbyterian
greatly increases the liability of in- church will take part in the musical
fection to residents here, he said. Any- program.
one wishing may be vaccinated at the
Health service, and Dr. Forsythe Wilgm, Unable to Meet Classes
states that it is highly advisable for Prof. Horace L. Wilgus, of the Law
those who are not sure whether they school, will be unable to meet his
are immune, to be inoculated at once. classes this morning due to illness.

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THE BARTON-IN THE NEW "MMME" CLOTh
The new "momme"- cloth will far surpass your ides
of all a good shirt should be. It has a lustrous silker
appearance, is heavy enough to wear exceptionalli
well, and will launder perfectly. The attached col
lar is of excellent shape.

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SAMPLES
Pernianently on Display at
GUY WOOLFOLK & CO.
336 South State Street
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Designed by

Top,.left to right: Senator George W. Norris, Nebraska; Senator HeId k : l, Minnesota; Senator Lynn
Frazier, North 1akota; Senator Smith Brookhart, Iowa. Middle. : ,a i les L. McNary, Oregon; Sena-
tor Robert L. Owen, Oklahoma; Senator Robert M. LaFollette, Ai ,onu i.; :itor E. F. Ladd, North Dako-
ta. Bottom: Senator Joseph I. France, Maryland: Senator, W'.T,. 1 '. ..' ],,daho; Senatori Morris Shep-
pard, Texas;'Senator Arthur Capper, Kansas.
The "Progressive Dozen" of the enate, aided and abetted by theirliberal colleagues of the house, are
attempting to gain control { oT cox-,ress and to force through progres-.vive legislation. Headed by Sen.!
Robert K Lai'ollette of Wisconsinmd Senator William E. Borah of Ida-1o, this progressive minority has
pledged itself to deal with agricul-ture, labor, railroads, shipping, cred-Its, taxation and amendments to the
constitution:
KILLINGER GETS . New Tuxedo Suits for Rental. Wild New Tuxedos for rental purposes.
PENN STATE POST and Co. State Street.-Adv. Wild and Company.-Adv.
State College, Penn., Jan. 10 (by E
A.V.)-Hugo Bezdek, director of ath- ----.--.
letics at Pennsylvania State college, IWC
tonight axinoun ced the appointment of -
Glenn Killinger, a former all-around
athlete at the Nittany Institution, as
assistant coach in football, baseball,
and basketball.
iKillinger arrived hero yesterday. -
and will assume his new duties at dkT A.I T Nhf
once. He has made no announcement STEAM FITTING
as to his future plans regarding pro- Vn
fessiona.l baseball, but it is believed
he intends to devote his full time to V19 215 E. HURON PHONE 214-F1
college work from now on. _Rne __ s m _ __

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WHITEHOUS E & HARDY
UROAWAYeT4O-h STREET f44 WEST 42wD SntRE
"O"mOe osr"iwOvWS aeUEDw, KNICKrSOCKERBVUilNG
NEW YORK

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Iwan t to give,$5000.00
to deserving college studens
WENTY years ago I was a stu- a few hundred thousand of them are
dent working my way through enclosed cars.
the University of Wisconsin. The open sport models are just
There were only three jobs which coming into vogue. Every college
were available. student knows someone who is going
One man ran the college paper and to buy an automobile of some kind.
made some money. The Jordan Motor Car Company
Eery other man had to wait on will pay $5000 in prizes to those col-
ta-Eeryother.an'adr.wailege students who show the best re-
table or collect laundry. suits as salesmen between the first
I often wondered why some real day of January, 1923, and the first
business man did not give deserving day of September, 1923.
college students an opportunity to
make some money in their leisure .In addition, the Jordan Company
hours. will pay a cash commission to every
student who actually assists in sell
One or two did, but the job was al ing a motor car.
ways that of selling books from door We are not advocating the ur-
to door. I never considered that to c e of mot dcatb te pa-
be a real job. chase of motor cars by students ac-
tually attending college. We are
Nearly every big university and simply giving to the students in these
college in the country is now maintain- intuiosaopruiytomk
ing a school of business administration, some money to assist in paying their
Every student in that department expenses in ensuing years.
of the institution will have to know Prizes are as follows:
something about selling. First prize, $2000 to the man or
I have made up my mind to give an woman who succeeds in bringing to
opportunity to any number of stu- us the largest number of prospective
dents who care to take advantage purchasers who actually buy Jordan
of it. cars.
Any student who has a little energy Second prize-$1500.
and a desire to pay a portion or all of Third prize-$1000.
his college expenses by doing a little Fourth prize-$500.
work in leisure hours, can make It would be impossible in this ad-
enough money to accomplish this re- vertisement to give all the details. A
sult. little booklet describing the whole
In my opinion, the greatest busi- plan in detail will be sent for the ask-
ness in the world is that of transpor- ing. It is called, "Learn How to Sell
tation. Because the demand for mo- While in College."
tor cars exceeds the supply, an auto Just send me a postal or letter, giv-
mobile is the easiest thing in the i tosen ameo eate,
world to sell. ging your full name, home address,
college address and the college you
There are eleven million of them attend, and complete details will be
in use in this country today, but only forwarded immediately.

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No other collar can compare with the VAN HEUSEN,
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And men wear the VAN HEUSEN.Collar for the same,
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and more comfortable.
The trim dignity of the VAN HEUSEN is not starched
nor ironed into it, but woven and tailored into it.
The VAN HEUSEN Collar is as trim as a Tuxedo; as
stylish as it is starchless; and as correct as it is comfortable.
Men who scorned soft collars wear it and praise it. And
fastidious men --men who like a slight sug-_
gestion of the formal, or the severe, in...t i
their attire - are fast friends of the VAN oSarc
HEUSEN Collar.

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13.;z to 18, price fifty cents. Will out-
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If your dealer cannot supply you with
the VAN HEUSEN Collar and the VAN
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