News Tribune, March 6, 1921

  • Drivers traveling between Duluth and Superior who have been crossing on the frozen bay are now taking the toll bridge because of the recent warm spell. Coast Guard officials yesterday announced their duties do not include aid to autoists who risk falling through the ice.
  • With the completion of the dental examinations of 15,000 Duluth school children, the 40 dentists will begin tending to the cases most needing attention. The dentists found an average of only one perfect mouth for every 200 children examined.
  • Gilbert K. Chesterton, the brilliant English satirist, will be in Duluth March 11 under the auspices of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae. Mr. Chesterton will speak on "The Ignorance of the Educated" at First Methodist Episcopal Church, 3rd Avenue West and Third Street.
  • The new Cloquet High School, which replaces the building destroyed in the fires of 1918, will be dedicated this week in the school auditorium. The new high school is three stories high and 200 feet in length and is of fire-proof construction.

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