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'PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY ' sIT

IZ1DAY, JANUARY 15, 1127

SMALL FIRE CAUSED TRAGEDY

PRlOF LORCH DELIVERS
ADDRESS OVENR RADIO

censequent ftiu' ae r b vo4 d A iYNU 6~E
an mlthe n1 k; muss bocome accust ofl.'(1 -
to vam iation8 :in 1 enpe1'atlureby (old ,,i 11T'1 A
"Tlhe q itcstjofl 0s l'loth lg ; s an lim- (pp~ , . .t Ti21-'n f
po - i'tn1 one, [)i'. ixe be)li(ee.i 1ns- ~ ' s'. the 8 K Cion
A M S ; ftv~iebl to usp oa-, ej ' tnUe iali ai S1 1 S

v', i- and wif1 ha ml1estates.~n
Ii '; . -A rrangemients havye been
c nciiic letwein Germany anld Italy.
for' amial routes b~etween the two
CCOUnicy to be inaugurated next

j (Contiinued from Page One) a: ments to mee~ the t ar ticn ;o
a> C olds c 1", the greatest danger temperature."
(onies from the diseases that fre-: His laist bit, of advice 1'0o" rime yr
qucat ly complicate them. It is esti-; vC111208 (cf olds jis t0oirefr'ain friom
mnatedl that 5 per cent of all pneu-, "placing the hanads in the 11outh o-C
monias are secondary to colds, and! nose, or handile foodi withio,,t \v sh i
pneumonia. kills one out of every three the hands with :soap and n'ater., and(
attacked. At~ent or quiescent tuber- the sneezing, coughing vci sof ii,
culosis is very often lighted into ac-- disease should be tactfufl, :nis
tivity as the result of a severe cold,: avoided."
and it is a well known fact that per- The Varsity Glee c'14 ),s ng1t 1{
sons who have heart disease differ the most' par .-AMichigan songs, XV 'ia
materially from those with normal;j given more then half of the pr'o ;rima?.
hearts with respect to the dangers 'of Their program consisted of: "han--,l
acommon cold," Dr. Bruce said. E Atque Carmina," "The Victors,'" V I--
To help in the prevention of a cold, s ity," "Men of the MuI de aid Blue."
one must become accustomed to liv- "~le~Dy, Th ras o~.
iug in loweredl temperatures during i "The Blurn Army," "Now Let 1{', V-
the colder months, he suggested. Liv- i Tongue," "WThcre'er You WalK , "G~od-
':in rooms should never be over 7t0 dens of the Inland Seas, ""'Ti., of
diegrees Fahrenheit. More exercise in i Michigan We sing," "I Want t o fGo
the ooaen ai' is advisable--walking Back to Michigan,. " "The Old Pzri>'
from two to five iniles a day being ! Son (In College Days)," and the "Yei-
;>; ; step . Unusual exertion with its I low and Blue."

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At the National Student conference, : *~. ... h
1cel recently - in Milwaukee, and at- ~. .
tenzded by more than 2500 students : :{ r. " :;":: ' . ' _;"..:_J. ..--_ ..___
f'ron every part of the United States.
"« majority of the delegates suported I,
theproosiion: " amreay t su-"i The panic, causing more than 75 children to be trampled to death in
thort some wars but not others,". "That the Laurier Palace theater, Montreal, war the result -of only a small fire,
hepresent competitive economic or- investigation has disclosed. Upper view, shows body being'carried from
dler based on production for profit" theater to ambulance; lower, the fat. l. doorvway to the theater as firemen
rather than use is wrong," and "1' were making rescues of some of the a *§:tu .::,es whio were caught in the
am willing to give the members of conflagration.
every race the same opportunities that
I have." This last proposition was i-
supported' almost unanimously.
The support given the -proposition We o atancjiySek tpa h
on industry was regarded as peculiar-' hnyuwn ancjiySek tpa h
ly significant in view of the fact that AN1RB R RE T UR N
not a single address of the conferenceA N RB R ES U A T
dealt primarily with this subject.'. And be convinced.
Among the speakers at this con- n
~ction were Rev. G. Studdert Ken- The A n Arojesa rn
nedy, Rev. Reinold Niebuhr, Bruce 2 t5J South Main St.
Curry, Kirby Page, Harrison Elliott,1a
.i"rancis Miller, Dr. Chas. Gilkey.h

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$ 17O--185 Round Trip,
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Unilversity of Michigan Travel Bureau
FRANCIS WLLIAMS"
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Early booking is essential.
Suggestions for Land Tours will be sent upon request.

Suggests the use of Long Dis-
tance Telephone Service as the
most intimate way of keeping
in touch with your boy or
girl away at school. Encour-
age them to call home fre-
quently at the low Evening
and Night rates,

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We ~remking a special effort this
year to have the very best in candy ready
for you fq,' Valentine selections, We
now have some on hand and if you wish
some of the best candy made-direct
from our owvi kitchen-PR EKETE'S
is the place to get it.
Spcially priced heart shaped boxes.

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Reduced Evening rates are in effect
from 7 p. m. to .$.3o p. m. on "Any-
one" calls. Night rates, which are
still lower, are effective from 8.3o
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