Clipped From Chillicothe Gazette
150 Co-cds Co-cds Co-cds and Fifteen VV a i ters Isolated by Scarlet Fever Threat. Granville, O.. Jan. 18. (API A six-day six-day six-day period of quarantine faces 150 co-eds co-eds co-eds and 15 men waiters at Denlson University, here, as the result result of what is thought to be a second case of scarlet fever. Charles E. Cole, Dayton, waiter in the dining hall at one of the dormitories, showed symptoms of the feve?, last night, and Dr. C. J. Loveless immediately qiwantlned all girls eating in tho dining room, as well as the other waiters. The girls are confined In three dormitories. dormitories. MKs Mary Edgerton. Ironton, was tho first to contract the disease. She has been in the hospital two weckx. Nearly half the women students are tied up by the quarantine and authorities are considering postponement postponement of final examinations for the first semester, which begin next week.