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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Dr. Forsythe Outlines Program
For Maintaining Student Health

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LA I Regular Diet And Sleep'
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ir'ector To Physical Tone
oblems
Tb m In addition to nmaxing all possible
Trade use of the Health Service, students
ill be de- should abide by a number of rules
er, of the elating to rooming quarters, nutri-'
is address tion, exercise and rest in order to pre-
7:45 p.m. serve their physical well-being. Dr.
Rackham Warren E. Forsythe, director of the
Health Service, warned in an inter-
irector of view.
neva until Artificial illumination in which the
when its intensity is ten-foot candle units at
interna- the point of work is good, Dr. For-
iled. sythe ccntinued, and the I.E.S. lamp
is of the with a 60-watt bulb for one person
y entitled and a 100-watt bulb for two is high-
adio," by ly recommended.
An is, at Beds should be single and placed at
dent and least three feet apart with alternate
e Colum- head and foot, he went on to say,
and a lavatory should not be shared
by more than eight persons.
Schoolof Students ought to drink a great

deal of milk in order to obtain a good
supply of calcium, as well as iron, to
prevent anemia, which pis found in
such foods as bran, veal, beans and
greens.
Vitamins should bre secured from
the milkman, garden and grocery
store, Dr. Forsythe further stated,
and not from drugs. Among the
foods which should be eaten are.
butter, eggs, green vegetables, germin-
al portions of cereals seeds, iodized
table salt and fresh fruits as well as
the usual staple diets of fats,
starches and meats.
A fairly regular program of physi-
cal exercise, preferably out of doors,
in connection with the development
of skill in sports and games, is also
very beneficial and ought to be prac-
ticed.
Young people should show their
growing independence in other ways
than by cutting down the minimum
of eight hours' sleep each night, Dr.
Forsythe concluded.

Ilnternational Center
Plans Recreation
The International Center's weekly
recreational program, to be held from
7 to 12 p.m. today at the Center and
at the Intramural Building, will be
carried out under a new time sched-
ule, Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson, director,
has announced.
In order to permit those students,
who wish to take part both in the
I-M sports and the minor games'
which are played in the Center, pro-
vision has been made for them to
return to the Center at 10 p.m.

Nine-hundred yards of table cloth
is a lot of cloth! That's what Stan-
ley Waltz, .manager of the Union,
found out when he tried to order that
amount for the Ruthven Anniversary
Dinner Oct. 27.
A local laundry was supposed to
have furnished the total amount
needed, but the larger order was too
much for its resources. However, a
cursory investigation of supplies at
the Union indicated that the defi- .
ciency could be made up from that
source

Union's Linen Demand

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Will Tax Local Supply

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Outing Club Plans pret wltal
First Hiking Trip ISaturdabyet
destination of
The Michigan Outdoor Club, un- known.
dergraduate outing society, will hold Pox reports t
its first hike at 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. are being plane
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president. I which will inc
Meeting at Lane Hall, the members weiner roasts an

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ew Gach Camera Shop
SAME LOCATION BUT DOUBLE IN SIZE
NICKELS ARCADE
BUSINESS AS USTJAL DURING ALTERATIONS

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you to call at our offices to na'ke
payment, a messenger will be sent
to pick up your ad at a slight extra
charge of 10c.
For further information call
23-24-1, or stop at 420 Maynard
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FOR RENT-5
TO LET-Riding horse for winter-
to be used by one or two riders.
Phone 7265. 17
E. UNIVERSITY-Large lovely double
room, $2.50 each. Take care of your
room. Must be quiet. Near Field
House, 1201 E. University. 19
LAUNDERING -9
LAUNDRY - 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low prices. 16

SILVER LAUNDRY
607 Hoover Phone 5594
Free pickups and deliveries
Price List
All articles washed and ironed.
Shirts.................. .14
Undersiirts ............ .04
Shorts....... ......04
Pajama Suits..............10
Socks, pair............... .03
Handkerchiefs ..............02
Bath Towels............... .03
All Work Guaranteed
Also special prices on Coed's laun-
dries. All bundles done separately.
No markings. Silks, wools our
specialty. 14
ARTICLES FOR SALE -,- 3
FOR SALE-Green winter coat, reef-
er style, racoon collar. Size 14.
Fine condition. Phone 2-2419. 18
TRANSPORTATION -21
WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL -
Driveway gravel, washed pebbles.
Killins- Gravel Company. Phone
7112. 13
TYPING- 18
VIOLA STEIN-Experienced typist
and notary public, excellent work.
706 Oakland, phone 6327. 20
EMPLOYMENT -13
WORK WANTED - Experienced
young lady desires cashier and
bookkeeping position. Excellent
References. Ph. 7659. 11
MISCELLANEOUS -20
EXCELLENT MEALS for girls. Table
for four girls available now. Near
Grad. School. 1103 E. Huron.
Weekly rates only. 17,
WE ARE WAITING
TO SERVE YOU

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24.

8:30 PM.

HILL AUDITORIUM

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His Magic Personality has colored three
fields of music: as a pianist, composer,
and conductor. As a composer, Rach-
maninoff ranks among the foremost of
the day. As a conductor he has achieved
distinction. His pianistic art has ripened
more gloriously with each succeeding
year, and he now stands at the pinnacle
of his great career.

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OCT. 21
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ALEXANDER KIPNIS.. .... . ..
Monday, November 27
NEW.YORK PHILHARMONIC
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
John Barbirolli, Conductor

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Monday, December 4
- JUSSI BJOERLING .
Thursday, December 14

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BOSTON SYMPHONY. ORCHESTRA
Sergei Koussevitzky, Conductor
Monday, January 15
KIRSTEN FLAGSTAD..........
Thursday, January 25

SOPRANO

If you have a yen for the
good things in life, you'll
enjoy the food here
and the courteous service.
Every dish has that
home-cooked quality ob-
tained only with careful
attention to every detail
of preparation.
THE FINEST OF
WINES AND BEERS

ROBERT VIROVAI

.VIOLINIST

wednesday, February 14
BARTLETT AND ROBERTSON...
Wednesday, March 6
ARTUR RUBINSTEIN. . . .

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SINGLE CONCERTS $2.50 - $2.00- $1.50- $1.00
AT THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC
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RESTAURANT
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FRIDAY NIGHT - TOlE UNION FORMAL:

SATURDAY NIGHT: DANCE WHERE THE CROWD GOES

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