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qxUESDAY, *ANPRI.L 27, 1920

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WAGE THREE

"HEALTH MEETING*
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Hospital Heads
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..:,,,DR, HOBBS TO SURVEY

I t L n11fereiicc Will Follow Luncheon At
Uu ion;a One Of Three Mleetings
t Given Here During Year
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99TInspcction of the University "hos- i OATF15U[S
pital will be madec by more than 3h'
members of the National Association6 ~ O ocmlt uvyO
of -Hospital Directors Saturday, May
1, it vas : ngi~e yesterday. The Paifc coast fishes iDr. C. L. 'Hilbb
entire day will be,. taken over by ,a of the University museum, who wasj
thorough tour of the hospital. grantedl a four months leave of ab3-
_________________sence by the Regents, will leave for
/ r ,fi ryWashington June L. Dr. Hlubbs made
Three T l o te n d !a field trip on the coast of Californiaj
, i in 1922-23 to determine how the tern-
Rf es are' h vM eeing perature of the water contrqls the
--- distribution of fish. He expects to
Pirof. A. . Wa rth1n, :Of, the pathos continue this work ,and will spend
logical department; Prof. G. Catl Huimost of the time in Wasinzgton and
ber, of .the anatomical department, Oregon, eventually working south to
Prof. Preston M. Hickey, of the roent-
genological deppArent, and Prof
Charles W. Edmndcs- of, the materia A T AT
medica . epartment 'in the Medical Al--

Alexican border and back by the
southern route.
Be has found that the temperature
1'of the ocean varies and in different
Ylocailities differences- ini the types of
illies are found. When his survey.-Is
coil pleted it is expected to be of great
E1(1i in determining conservation lawsI
i regardinjg food fishes.
Dr. 1111b is will be accompanied on
the trip by . 1' . Schultz, grad., who
' N ill act as assistant. Fishes will be
collected along the route to Washing-
ton and It is thought that when the
survey is completed the University
will .Have the best collection of West
'Icoast marine fishes in existence.

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DANCING TONITE!-8-IO No cover charge

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. CORNER FOURTH AND HURON
Music by Joe Burroughs and His Orchestra
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fiollowing a luncheon at the Union
todlay, the Joint Committee on Health'
iucation will hold a conference :at
Slich 'more than 20 members will
be' present.
At this meeting, one of three given
Mi 'Ann Arbor during the year to con-
sicler matters relating to public health
in Michigan, there will be in attend='
auce representatives from the- follow-
ink organizations: the State Medical
society, the State Dental society, the
Detroit College of Medicine anti Sur-
gOOy, the State Nurses' association, the
Sk 4te Conference on Child Welfare,
tho State Tuberculosis society; the
State Department- of Health, the
Wayne County Medical society, anal.
t'W.,-University of Michigan. The Uni-
versity will be represented by Presi-
(lent Clarence Cook Little, Dean Hugh
Cbt, chairman of the Joint commit-
te . Dr. John Sundwall, :Dr. Carl Hu-
bei-, and Dr. W. D. Henderson, secre-
t~y of the committee.
'-t the last meeting of the commit-
We, held in Ann Arbor on Jan. 14, the
pttncipal business transacted had to
clwith Dean Cabot's, report on
C6irses which might ,be given by. col-
1(, os and universities -in order to give
zwOnen an elementary knowuledg'e of
the care of the sick.
'le chief business of today's meet-
ink will be a consideration of the re-
poit of the committee on ptrbliity 'n
w; ys and means of acquiainting toe
I)litlic with important-facts related hto
sentific medicine. It is the purpose1
of , the publicity committee, through
tl 14 medium of the Extension division,
to'.fux nish news. items of interest to
tli people aof'the state. At this meet-
] 4 also, Dr. Henderson will bring
up? for approval a program of health#
l cures and subjects for next year.ii
'SAGINAW. - Saginaw's seventhI
sao(-essful oil well was shot here te-f

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school, will attend the~ meeting of the
Medical Research council to be held,
T hursday :at. Washington, it Was made
kn own yesterday.
LONDON.-Phllip Pain, head of the
fireworks firm of James Fain and
coany, 4h -dead.
AVTHTE1 t!IIATERS 1
Arcade-"Skinner's IDress Suit,"
with Reginald Denny.

TI1RES FOR SALE.
JUrdI(GARS B0UcMHT
PtIONE 335
KESSLER BRODS., Canal Street
With college parties on
famous "0" steamers of
TheRoyal Mail line
University Tours witlh College Crcdit:
6R0A, June 19 0#09 NA, June 26
ORSITA, July 3
riefor illustrated boklet
THE ROYAL MAI L ST EAM pACKEr CO.
26 Broadwvay, [New York

A CRIK Eves. - 5Cc to 2.50
~ R Iwed. Mat. 50c to $1 51)
Sat. Mat. 50c to $2.00
w mUTH!"
A Comedy of
! YoutlttLovi~e tand Bas tsll
Nighlts 75c to t".50
Bonstelalayouse nd atus., 5hnr.5
Woodward at Hlilot Tel. Glendale 9792
'The'BONSTELLE Co.
Presents
eetR omo andJulet"
In Modern Dress

NO/VONSALE AT
SCHOOFMS
MAYNARD STREET

Majestic-"The Song and Dance
Man," with Efti Moore, Bes-
sie, Love,' and" Harrison Ford.
Wuerth -"Tumbkleweeds,",-with
William 'S. 14art.
Tay- tage
Garrick (Detroit) "Come on
Ruth,"..with Gladys. Lloyd.
Shiubert Latfy'ette (betrolt)-
"Carrnencita ~and ,the 0QIdjer,"
by Moscow Art heater Mus-
ical Studio.
Shubert (Detroit) -- "Gentlemen
Prefer blohles ' with Frank
Morgan anld Mildred MacLeod.
Bonrstefle PlaYhloue i(Detoit)-
"Ronieo and Juliet," -in mfod-
ern dress..
New Detroit (b~etroit)-- "Rain,"
with ..eannae-Eagels.

Shubrt Ltay eLfyhtseat $ey
Shubet latyetteNights, 5oc to $2 =o
Sat.Nfat. 50C--$2.cO
Pop.Thunrs.Mat. Soc to $1.50, plus tax. Cad. 87o5
MOSCOW ART THEATRE MUSICAL STUDIO
"TtarmeltsamudSoldier"
Sat. Mat. and Eve.--LYSSTRATA"

Six C ocer'tsfor $5.50..x..$,6.OO--aw$ 7,OO
(If ,Festival Coupon is returnedl from 19horal Union Ticket.
deduct $3.00 fromal)move prices.)
ARTISTS, ARTI STS
FLORtENCGE AtISTRAL CONDUCTORS CHARLES Sf TRATTO
MARIE SUNDELIIUS iRu~ ~oi~1ICCAR)O JRONELLI
LOUSE HOMER 1-'FH)ERI('K STO'CK THEODORE HARRISON .
JEANNE LAVAL JAMES WOLFE
AU(WASTA LENSKA JOSEPH E. )IADDY BARRE TALL
RICHARD ('ROOKS HIOW AR D HANSONt ALBERT SPALDDING
GIOVANNI )IAR.TINI.LLI MISCHIA LkVITZKL

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And ask that a representative of the NASI1 CO. call upon you to
show samples and styles.
STYLE, FIT, WORKMANSHIP AND WEARING QUALITIES
GUARANTEED.
Some of the best dressed people you mecet are wearing Nash clothes.

THE UNIVE]RSITY CHORtAL IUNIONX
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HILDA ARNST
Bertine Beauty Shoppe
1111 South University Ave.
N Phone 3839

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'"THEt STORY
WTHOUT A NAME"
Some Foilks Sti$ It's ' Good
Story-some,*o Not
The Comedy IS Good
# Walter' Hires in
( ~ "FF, HIS .BEAT"
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a great Paramount picture.

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