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TUESAYJANUARY 18, 1927,
FORSYTHE FOR sEEsNO
INFLUNZA EIDEMI

____ ___ ____ ___ ____ ___THE MICHIGAN DAILY

NW MO TOR SHIP, COMFPLE ES RIP

President Summons
adio Bill Leader

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D~irector (% iHealtii Servie Wonli d oti

:fe urpis~edAt Reciurecex Off
Disease, However
GlIVES PR VENTATIVES C
In answer to an° inquiry as to the! i
prbablty of another epidemic of in- f
fluenza because of the reported spread IR,
of the war-time disease in Europe, .
Dr. Waren E. Forsythe of the Uni-
versity Health service stated yeter-
day that he saw nothing in the prs-
' t g~ieral health conditions in this
country that wouldl indicate its reap-
pearance here.
Hie added, however, ~hat he would}.... .
not be sutrpris ed if another epidemick *
did hit the, country. In spite of the
87 cases of Influenza reported in New vy}
York city last week and the rather ; .
high percentage of cases evident in
the states of Mississippi and South d he ast aw " 22
Carolina during November, D. For-,dockedsipate York o
sythe expressed his opinion that this "uu~ hp h At
showed nothing that wouldl indica.e African cruise.
danger of an pidemi."
'fIh the advent of such an epidemic%'Ij
declaied Dr. Forsythe, "and should
the disease become prevalent, the nmost
important thing for a person to do
when he feels any aching, fever, 01r
sensation of chills is to go to bed Wit
im mrediately. And I w ould stress ab- > l t i , y n n b d i h p o e
care the fever lasts probably three
(ays; then the individual gets over it
without the likihood of mch trouble.0
Not much food is necessary; mild foods
such as fruit juices are of course the
best." Dr.'orsythe added that it 'Thu
was very important for a pationt to
remini indoors for perhaps the re-
maindler of a week after the three
days' in bed to be sure of avoiding
complications. "If everyone would do R U
-thi as physician would not be neces-
sary," he (declared. "This is what I
would like everyone to (10 if an epi-
demic should hit us."t
Emphasizing that students are bet-
ter oft; Yn their own rooms, rather than
'being crowded together in hospital
wards, the Health service director
stated that it was always their policy
to keep students in their own rooms
unless pneumonia or some compli-
cation develops.
In the w~ay of prevention, Dr. For-j
sythe urged that crowds be avoided as
much as possible and that everyone
get out in the open air. General sani-
tation needs attention at all times, he .
stated, and one should be especially
careful when coughing or sneezing.
Ltproperiy cleaned glasses and dish-I
ware shodld also be watched. Leav-
Iin it up to the individual, Dr. -For-
sthe declared, "If an epidemic hits Bah
Ann Arbor three days from now, all
we would do would be to line up our
doctors to make the room calls, which I
is, after all, the most important thing--
we could do.". d . +
Lehigrh Universityit
Receives Large Sue
(By Associated Press
BETH-LEHEM, Pa.. Jan. 17-A 'gift I
of $1,00,000 for the erection of an
electrical and mechanical engineering
laboratory at Lehigh university from
James Ward Packard of Warren, Ohio, , :r.::.::v ,.. r; ,
meh ncl e g n ei g g a u t fthe class of 1884 and originator of the I4
Packard motor car, was announced
at the meetiitg of the board of trus-
tees of Lehigh Saturday.
The new laboratory is designed to tPilsi awl (cra
be one of the finest plants of its kind I'lie fonnous 1.
in the world, providing every modern
facility for instruction and research
in the applied sciences.@
c; A. R RI C ~7 ~Areiselling fst~r
to sell this high gi
FRANCES STARR
In a Snmasheing C'omedy Succes~ 32 x 6
"THE SHELF" Heavy Duty
with Arthur Byron_ onal Meek Cord
andait Great Cast $61

NIHTS III.
Bonstelle MAT1NEto 6.-8 Volt 13-plat(
-PLAYHOUSE - Tuesy Thiurs., SLit. 116- Volt D. A. S
We cand 75c
2a2 Hours u 'Night for 1(} )i oaapis 16-8 'Volt Buick
N ewIvYork Shiook wvithla aughter 1 2- 16 Volt Dodg(
"ALIAS THE DEACO N" _____
to Sock
3.TWed. .3fat. .- m ire1l1-
The to $U,)a~eOead0!1.bi i O aa~sCold Th1le
GREEN FRUIT . DENATUR:
r 1~ DON(
LAFAYErTTE
jr - y- .Cailai - >ey Radiatois for Fo
5 '.- T l Tiies
13. Pr4 Corner
Huron
in} cIt0N .3iVAN" s and

YArFIINOON, Jan. 17.-Firmly op-
potied to :, government commission to
regulate radio President Coolidge
Sth"~ White House recently
both Senator C. C. Dill, Democrat,
'ashinston, and Rep. Wallace H.
\7'hife, I.ehublican, Maine, authors of
the two control bills now in confer-
ence. The President holds to the view
that administration of such legisla-
tion should be left with the Commerce
Department.
}Mr. Whit=-. with Frederick K. Lehl.

#Bach, Republican,. New Jersey, one of =lltl~itit i1lNliltl ~tltEti1E{~I11 1i1iiWEfI-dM'
the house conferees, returned, to con-Sut an O ero s
fer with Secretary .Herbert Hoover.
aSenator Dill declinied to discuss his # Greatly Reduciid
talk with the President,, except to say ' ru=o otisal ut n vr % 1
that he" thought a satisfactory com- I= rupN.1.cntisal uisad-vr
promise would be .put up to both the ' coats formerly sold up to $40. No v......Y
House and the Senate. Group No. 2 contains all, Suits and Over-su ft r
On the President's behalf it was ®. coats formerly sold up to $52-$56. Now..
said at the White-House, that, whilee
he opposes establishment' of a new F y L( SS:1?9°
tribunal, he recognizes the need for a " I R O !) y0 rr
judicial board to consider contests;Btltitlltltltiltll t11[11tIll li[lttlt1Et1t111i1tit:
over the right to broadcast on con-
flicting wave lengths. Such a, board,
he. believes,. might be. created as at111t1tI~tltlttttllltil0111lllti1tltlttltlltltlt
sort of arbitrating mnechanism. w o igS n a ,Jn
re, Ain 4
Y unay Jai.

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000 tons, world,'s largest motor shin, is; shown
her first. voyage to Amiericai fro i England. A
rias" has been assigned to a South Amiericaii and

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)ne Night Only
rsday, January 20

'you can savef
$15.00, on a Suit
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or Overcoat

$7.00 to

20 x°Off Sale
No time have we been, able- to
give you better selections in

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fit at such' low prices.
In. addition to, the above,
have placed 25 Suit& and

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ANDl IN AD-DI ION-
OR CAN"* COMEDY
B~ABY ECLOTHES Aef b Rbr az, "
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Another- of ,the Arc's Famous Mid--Week
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PR ICES :
Lower Floor, $2.75

MNSTN &CHASE
211 SOUTH MAIN Sr.

cony, $2.20, $1.65, $1.10

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"zWhere You May Buy pi1It Confidence,'

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Some friernds said: "By George, Harry, if Donovan can get twenty stores in five.
years, t .ere must be enormous profit in the accessory business. But he was wrong. It
isA' the eno-o s profit on small buying, but the small profit on enormous buying. Our,
twventy stores give us the outlet. A man can make three cents a. sack. profit on 200 sacks
of p ea uts and still be making only a living wage, but if he has the outlet so he .can sell
ai million sacks in the same length of time, he can figure a quarter of a cent .margin, pass
thie differencc on t.o his customers and still be going some. Why conitinue to pay the long
prc Nvhen DON OVAN 'sells for less, and you save the difference?

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every day, and the fact that our avcrage the past year was a tire every six minutes places us in a position
grade statndard tire at unheard-of low prices at this time of year.

T30 x 5 " H-eavy Duty Full Size Fuill Size
CodCord Balloon Balloon
$ ______1I$24.95 $4.5$8.65

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Come
'cThic Worlds

eFord Special Battery ..,.... .
~. Heavy Duty.............
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And Your Old Battery

..$8.50
..11.95
..13.95
..$1x.05

IEsBATRE
45-Volt -Radio "B" Battery ............ .......
45-VMolt Radio Heavy Duty 8.......
Dry Cells at .. ..."........... ...... ...... .
Special Radio Wet Battery................. .
Battery Testers ................

$:.69
3.69
}29c
12.95
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Greatest

Lovers

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Iet Sets

that are iadf-,, (4fSpecial
'd Steel mid are gua ran-
:nd complete soAtsfac -lol1.

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33 x
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32 ...................... ........9 .
4.40...................1l.79
4 x.75
5. 1 . . . . .. . . . . . . . . 3.65'
6.0 )......... . . . . . . . . . . .47

For. real . confoxt, the, balloon ;Lire is far,
supeior ta. the -reg-alar. high .presure.} And
the Cost of mmaking, tne esinge is fi ialln
iide.mfg the, comtfort derived. Four wheels,,

'ED ALCOHOL, 188 PROOF A Real Jagi
C~'$g _.enQty (i , u 4 tires and I tvbes of l zs
Y.ANry SMOTOR .qq' tOIL A Z t
ord Cars, guaranteed for 18 Months ............... .............. .. $8.50 and the Old Radiator

y. ,GRETTlA GARBO
JOH~N GILBERT
lovmer

£STABLISUED IN'ALL T14E BEST
TOWNS IM MIC4IAN.

Corner
Huron,
and

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