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CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING

F'OR RENT - Fhunshed apartment
with private bath and shower, for
3 or 4 adults. Furnished apart-
ment for 2. Also single room. Con-
tlnuoUs hot water shower; garage.
Dil 8544. 422 E. Wash ington.-0

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M ake a Bee-JLine for Mack'si on

r. BelCte choiin these examinations is health1
D r. B ell G h ee E C~tI o mi counselling. After. the exam ination r ''is m d an th h s o y is ev w d,
8hhWitd' HAO iCmdeandthrhtryisreid

Important
114ea ealexmnations are ma~de
for several reasons," stated Dr. Mar-
' taret Bel yesterday in a lectuire on
.Health Examinations," citing pro-
.ection of, the state in .,the case of,
firmy entrance: examinations as on#
cfthe important ones. "T~hey are
,ade in economics to protect the
ployer against the health liabili-
e~ of the-employees; they are made
4r sanitary reasons and for reasons
Ofcontagion; and they are made
With the idea of. prevention in mind
trecognize the possbilities for dis-
ease occurring in later years."
Known Since Socrates' Time ,
Individuals are. often examined at
their own request, Dr..Belindicated,
because, they wish the benefits of
,§uch ai examination; they~;are ~ap-
prehensive of disease or are forced to
h~ave the examination ,f or applica-
t on for a 'positioni and for inisur-
ance.
Health examinations have been in
xkog e. throughout. the. years since
4hetimne of Socrates, Dr. Bell. stated,
but "up until the nineteenth cen-
tury they wer'e used largely as ,a
device for selecting meni for afly
lif.; ndthus decreasing~ the health
,"As the idea of the necesity for
"integration of the human organism
caeinto consciousness, the phys-
Jqeof they individual was consid-
er' d essential to. fulfillment. Even
~tlbugh this idea began to take
,shpe ini -the late,. eighteenth an~d,
,eoxly nineteenth cen4tury, it was not
unp.til the latter part of the nine-
teenth century that the life -insur-
,apce examinations were used to pro-
tect . the insurance companies
against poor risks and the experi-
4zent of health examinationis was
beg un on any large scale.
Insurance C6Inpanies Gain
the, first important investigations'
were made u~nder, they direction of
the'Life Extension ins~tite aftbr
'meidical experts in insurancei had de-
'cided thiat prevention might not only
problong life and decrease morbidity,
butin directly increase monetary.,rT-
tun.This study was beguin in 1014
under the direction of . the Metro-
'p$itan Insuran~e comparry when, a'
group of 6,000\ policyholders were
examined and compared with a
'gr'oup of 6,000 policyholders not so
examined and advised. After 16
years it was estimated, as a result
of this experiment, that the insur-
~ace company /ha~d taken out in-~
creased premiumIs double the amount
invested or two, dollafs for every dol-
lar invested. i-
"The. statistics from. this series, of
examinations reveal the fact that
advice was most often given in re-
gadto the following health factors:
dtay hygiene, obesity, malnutri-,
U',constipationi, exercise anTd out'-
drwater, bathing;/sleep and rest,!
se~k.The econd pjotent device used

theC pnlemn L~kgoes over Ltne, ptLint's
record and advises with him what
his future course should be."
Staute Alumnil
Provide .Fifty
Scholairships
fifty high school students from
21 Michigan towns will go, to the
University of MVichigan next; fall on
scholarships given by University of
Michigan alumni clubs in their sari-
ous districts, Dr. Clarence S. Yoak-
umn, vice-president in charge of edu-
cational investigations at the Uni-
versity, announced yesterday.
The scholarship winr~i~s,'- chosen
for the high quality of their high
schiool work, are sponsored by the
following clubs* Ann Arbor club,
Arthur F. Garlick, ;Virginia E. Gra-
ham, Magaret Hayes, Kenneth C.
Mosier, Cathexin g. Stitt; Btl
Creek club, Edwin R~. Dykeman, S.
Champion Titus; Birmingham, club,
Donald . Stew~art; Dearborn club,
Elsie M. Kataja, Jack V. Turiibull;
Charlotte club, Leon Sampson;,fbe=
troit club, Bruce Bassett, Richard
Braweman, Perry Brunk, Herbert
Cisco, Henry Halladay, Germaine
Kehrer, Leotine Lewis Eileen Mc-
Manus, John Pietruska; Lyle Read-
ing, Robert Rogers and-Peter Soubly.
Escanaba .club,t Albert Laviolette;
Flint club, Dorothea Handy, William
Kniapp; Grand Haven club, Charles
'Donker; Grand Rapids club, Frank
C. Jankowski, Chris Zarafonetis;
Jackson club, Celestia Main; Kala-
triiz6club, Eleanior Johinson; Lan-
sing club, Helen. Ferner and. Rob-
ert Palmiter, of Lawton; Marquette
club, Edwin l. Ahtilla, of. kepubice;
~Mdland club, John Currie, William
Dixon; Owosso club, Laura J., Zim-
merman; .Ponitiac club, Richard Bal-
Ter, Esher Stuart, William M.
Travis; Niles club, John Strayer, of
Bucha an; Rbyal Oak Club, Wil-
fliam IL Menger, Stuart Storey; Mary
Thomas;, Saginaw club, Floyd Rabe,
David Stewart; Ypsilanti club, Wini-
fred Grant, Ruth M~owry and Donald
Stadler. The fiftieth wiiner has
not been chosen. as yet..-
RIDE at
MULLISON
OUT WEST HURON ST.
PHONE 7428
SWIM at
NeCwpor t Ieach
Portage Lake

TYPE WRITEIRS, all makes, ~bought,
sold, areplted, exchan d; repaired.
0. D. MOR~RILL, 31 So. State.
TYPEWRITING AND M IM t O-
;GR~APHING proyipfltiy and neatly
done. 0. D. MOR1RILL,, 314 So.
Slate St. -c
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Small brown leather purse,
between League and 'West Medical
building, Saturday. Reward. Call
7781. -0
B~EAUTY SHOP
5Oc finger Waves, 25c Tesdays. Ex-
pert scalp treatments $.50 regular-
ly. Raggedy Ann Shop, pho~ne
7561. Across from the Den. Open
evenings. -0 ".
WANTED
WASHING AND IRONING WXNT-
9D--Will call for dnd deliver.
Soft Water used; washing. done
separate. Phone~ 2-9478. --c
WAIN4Ti1ED-Laundry. So f t waer
21044. Towels free, socks darned.
WANTED - Family alid ti tIdeit
laundry. Call and deliver. Phone
4#863. -0

FOR RENT=-Now, or Septertiber 1st,
furnished or unfulrnisled or will
share desirable :8, room steamn
heated house. Garage. Phone 5035.
f-
l'FtR SAL-=Most rdependabke 'Furs
and .Complete Serfvice. Lowest
prices In. bur 28 dears Fin Ann Ar-
bor. Zweriling's Fur. Shop, 215-k7?
.E.< Liberty, Phone 8507 for Fur
Storage.-c

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Oil Shompob and
Finger Wave . ?
Shampoo and Marcel
lVMarcel......
Rinses, any shde.
Phdihe 2-27
2065Michigan Theatei

75c
$1.010
r. 78

B3ecause for that Big Da y, the whole store will.
lie damned, cramm dfull of amazing value
- for, we intendl making it a 'sale shat will go
dlown khistory !

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COATS

DRESSES,

7.95-

$ 150values.

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V~ihies to

$1.0 .9
-Seconrd Floor.

Ore. lot,
$9.95 values.
One lot,
$5.95 values.
-Second Floor

7.4.9
3.95

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25c until 2 P.M.
fill "~.. .

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Now
OMILLION
DOLLAR LEGS"7
A t fi'~ty oh the Olyn ic
gam~es -~ With
JACK OAKIE anid
All Come~dy Cast
T1CHIGANA

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1 3 9 L NNThe a so ie t lnelu (I -, Ital an linen uneheob l
cloths, napinif to match, Chinese~ linen dd6ths.
napkinis to match, 6 ,Madelrit Napkdns, Guest
Towels, Italian linen scarfs, Chieese filet cloths.
scarf sets, domestic filet lace cltiis, finger tip
towels'
'.-AntieX SIter
$1.00 Humpmingbird
Servike Weight
HOSE
75c
N -Annex Store

$1.98
SUMMER SILKS!
Nw$1.39
-Annex Store
fHuming Bird
CHI11IFON 1HOSE
--Annex Store

Fi~e;e n an's tning Room
One block north f rome Hill Atiditoiti~~
Excellent tQuality -- Reagonable Prices
Lunch and Dinner « $4.50 per week

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Breakfast, Lunch and, Dinner

. $6.0O per week

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Breakfast 10c . . .. Lunch 30C . .. . D~inner 50c

Sundaiy Dinner

60c

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Tomorrow is Ann Arbor's
NIINTH ANNUAL

Muck's prh aseof b-nki;.upt luggage .
Sale Oen0n aganDy
Mack's bought this 1bahkhtjit lug~gage~ sttick, which, was for:-
m, ly ;tith property of the Prank Hi. Pitt Co., Incoipuroted a
well known luggage hojuse of downtown Delfolt, and will offer
never-to-be-equalled luggage bargains on- Jargain Dlay.

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Bargain Day
SPECIALS!

Bargain

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Wediies-da ,. Only

Wednesday Only

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Straws
Group I
You'll be amlazed& "at
the splendid hats you
can buy atths il- 7
lously low prifce."t
wide variety of styles
-smnall and large head
sizes,
290 "

~' 1'asteI
Felts a (d
Straws
This group of hit's of-
fers you a wide selec-
tion of sumnmer milli-
nery. . styles that
will, flatter . . . every
wanted color . . . all
head, sizes.
59-

Straws
Group 1I1
This group of straws
is composed of hats
that you'll not want
to pass up - , . hots
whose every line
shouts smartness
and whose prices
shouts economy.
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Liberty Street opposite Michigan Theater
~llBa rgai n Day
04-6 Ol for Wednesday Only
SILK DRESSES COTTON DARESSES
Alsilk dresses (excepfng chif- In this group of dresses are foun~d
fords) 0111 . hve their 'prices cut all the cooler cotton fabrics. N .
right in half for nine hours totnor- - a
row. a~an~Baega.n Days . ,.
1/2 Price
IH6SICRY LOVES
Onea lot eo ourDexdale hose, both Large selection of fabric gloves-
sericend hifonwil goon alt .white, tans, browns-all sizes. $1
svp adcifnilgoo a and $1.50 values. V.
at Only..
far' dI 6y . 19t t Bargain Days . .79c pr.
PURSES SKIRTS {

join the' Throngs at
THE COLLINS SIWIPPE
for Real Bargains 'in
Ladies Weating Apparel'
SEvery Dress in our
t~I{E S SE ShoPpe--AII made to $.~
0"SSsOell from $12.75 to $25
~~~0HATS HT 0
HOSIERY REGULAR
9'DOLLAR HOSE
BLOUES Assortment of. 69e,
Colors-$1 values
SKIRTS Choice of colors. $aet ela .51*95
Variety of Costumne Jewelry tra
JEIRY Vle to $2.65
PURSES andoPs$ and i. 95
PURSES$3.50 values

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Fine Quality
High Grade
GLA DSTONE
BAGS
$4.95 and up

:Choicie of
SUIT CASES
$1.95

Genuine towhide
GLAD STOAT BAGS
$8.88
ormerly $15.50
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A Fhtie Selection
ofinexpensive.
All Colors , Large Selectipn
OVERN~IT CASES
89c
A Fewa
OVERNIGHT CASES
are here at
5eLi t f t~ft ft C C l t e 4 D a i s y
HAT BAGS
S All, Sizes
2.9+9 and up

Genuine Cowi~jide and Pigskin
BRIEF CASES_

Everiwear'
STEAMIERITRUNKS~
$24.45 air*ilup
Forme~rly ut, tW'$650
- EVER WIAR
STEAMER TRUNKS
Values ui o $48.0
Ladies' 1Fitfed,
OVERNIGHT CA~1iS
x.2.98and up

Men's- Week-End
ZIPPER BAGS
,$2.45 and up*

Table Eu1Ll.
LEATHER.
NOVELTIES.
Priced to Sell

$2.44

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Special

HAAtD BAGS
95C atdcl

Purchase!

l1landkerchiefs

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One lot of
LINGE~it
I'r ctd Spcial Barrgtin DAY!

25s to 50c values-
White.=and fancy-
colored linen-chifton

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$6.50
SUMMER SiOIES
Ifk$3,066_/
--Main IAloor

3 for $3.45

each

--Main Floor

formerly. to $3.95
DANCETTES-
TEDDIES-
STEP-INS-

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