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Why The New r
C. and K. Spring i31ock
We have them on display
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Cor. S. State and William
Just racelved a snappy line
of gol f ca ps 1
Better let us show you while the I
lime is complete
AT TACK UONPorF.HOBBS
Challtau',ua PIubalicationAccuses Geol
ogist of Foisting Opinions Upon
Classes; lilann Mentioned
A violent attack upon the-character
of Prof. WilLiam H. Hobbs of the geol-
ogy departinent has been made by the
editor of th+e Platform, a national
Chautauqua publication, in the cur-
rent issue of the magazine. -
Professor Hobbs is severely cen- '
ured for some statements he is re-
?uted to 'have uttered in the course of
he arguments concerning the pre-
ared.ness question. The article fur-
her leals 'with the communicationsof W ATER never wets a live
'. A. Klann, '17, which appeared in duck, and water never
Me Michigan Daily under the dates wets nor spots
f February 22 and 24.
Professor Hobbs is reported to have t'"t1
sed his classroom discussions to foist
is opinions on preparedness upon his
unwilling hearers, while some ofj
:lann's statements have been con-
trued 5n a most unfavorable light. The particularly if they are "Cra-
rticle. throughout refers in an ex- venette" weatherproof. "Cra-
emely disrespectful manner to Pro- venette"is a scientific process
ssor Hobbs with regard to the pre- that gives to fabrics the same
aredness question, as well as to his qualities that nature gives to cer-
tterances in the Peary-Cook contro- ta nbirds - the power to resist
ersy which was so much in the lime- moisture.
ght several years ago.
Professor Hobbs was the first emi- "Mallory" Hats are the only hats
ent scientific man to appear in the made that are protected in this
ublic prints in doubting the claims manner.
Dr Cook to the discovery of the
orth Pole. models and we will be glad to explain
The Platform, suporting Dr. Cook, how "Cravenette" protects the lts.
ttacks Professor Hobbs from both
ie point of view of preparedness and
so in the Peary-Cook discussion.
When questioned Professor Hobbs
ated that he would absolutely ig-
ore the article. Klann denied the
atenents purporting to have come
om him when questioned by Prof'es-
r Hobbs. 309 S. Main St. 814 S. State St.
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New Spring Suits
R-B. Fashisa Clothes $15 to $25
They came in on a rush-New Oxford Greys,
"Ianjo" stripes, and blues. All wool, of course.
Advance spring models. You want to look them
New Spring Hats
R. C, F. Specials, 2.50 to $5
New Alpine shaped hats in the "cob web,"
"comfort" and regular weights. All the colors that
are to be popular this spring-Gaelic green predomi-
New Spring Shirts
Manhattan, $1.50 to $6
You'll like the Manhattan spring shirts. Take
a look at the new "lattice" pattern. Silks and
madras. French and stiff cuffs.
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WHY IS EASTER THE DAY
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DRESS UP FOR EASTER
With a Pair of
Stetson, Bostonian or Florsheim
Prices Range from $4.50 to $7.00
308 S. State Street
Student's Laboratory Supplies
Scientific Apparatus, Analytical Chemicals.
Glassware and Instruments
The Eberbach & Son Co.
Manufacturers and Importer
200-204 E. Liberty St.
New clothing seems to be necessary now-
a-days to complete the celebration of Easter.
And quite naturally so. Spring is bring-
ing in her new mantle for the earth, the trees
and flowers, and even new coats for many
We instinctively feel the change, desiring
likewise to throw off our Winter raiment and
garb ourselves in new and pleasing colors.
Your Easter suit or overcoat, if it bears the
FITFORM label, will please you especially
for two reasons: its rich, tasty stylishness,
and the unusual duration of its rich, stylish
$18 to $35
$18 to $35
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The Young Men's Clothier
GIRLS TO AID "BABY" CLINICI
egational Girls Club to Ilol
wer Sale, Friday, it Nickel's
My specialty is making
Drugless Eye Examinations-
determining scientifically abd
accurately the glasses your eyes
Shop facilities enable me to
make your glasses, giving you
We grind lenses.
EMIL H. ARNOLD
with Arnold & Co., Jewelers, 22o S. Main St.
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I FASTEST ENGIAVERS1N TIlE'WEST j
In. an effort to assist the work of
the visiting nurse who has just es-
tablished a "Better Babies" clinic in
Harris Hall, the Congregational Girls'
Club will hold a flower sale Friday of
this week in the State St. store of
Nickel's Arcade. The sale will con-
tinue throughout the day and both
potted plants and cut flowers will be
offered for sale to the general public.
During the past year the work of
the visiting nurse in Ann Arbor has
increased so quickly that it has been
found necessary to secure an assist-
ant. At present, the work includes
visiting of the homes of all poor ,
people in Ann Arbor and rendering
medical assistance where needed and,
giving instruction in the various;
branchesofthousehold economy and
hygiene. With the establishment oft
the baby clinic which it is hoped willt
be made possible by the funds from1
the flower sale, the local work will be
placed on almost the same efficient
basis of any institution of a like na-
ture in Michigan.-
GMA ALPHI IOTA TO
CIVE BENEFIT CONCER
CALIFORNIA WOMAN BALKS
AT BEING DECLARED MAYOR
Sawtelle, Cal., April 18.-Mrs. Ellen
French Aldrich, entitled by precedent
to the honorary title of "mayor" by
virtue of having received the largest
vote as a trustee at the election April
10, refused today to accept the office
as "president of the board," which'
would have been votedbher tonight.
She said she could give better service
as a regular trustee. Mrs. Aldrich
formerly resided in Dayton.
More Cadets at West Point
Washington, D. C., April 18.-A bill
doubling the number of cadets at the
West Point military academy, the sec-
ond of the preparedness measuressto
go through both branches of congress,
was passed by the house today after
it had been amended to eliminate a
section which would have authorized
the president to fill vacancies at the
beginning of a scholastic year from
the alternates whose principals had
entered. The bill now goes to confer-
Sigma Alpha Iota, musical sorority,
will give a Benefit Concert for the
MacDowell Fund next Monday night,
April 24, at 8:00 o'clock in High
School auditorium. The numbers on
the program will be given by Mrs.
George B. Rhead, Mrs. SaThuel 'Stan-
ton, and a quartette, Miss NoratC.
Hunt, Miss Doris Marvin, Mr. Frank
Grover, and Mr. Chase Sikes. Tickets
will be 25 cents and may be secured
at Quarry's Drug Store, or from mem-
bers of the sorority.
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his senses are quickened by its unique aroma. A
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FOR SALE-A Pierce 4-cylinder motor
cycle in good condition. Inquire L.
H. Kintz, 515 Monroe St. Phone
Professor Brumm to Address Adelphi
Prof. John R. Brumm of the Rhetoric
department will talk on "Chasing
One's Hat" at the annual banquet of
the Adelphi House of Representatives
Wednesday night at '7:00 o'clock at the
Cutting cafe. The other speakers
will be 'Werner Schroeder, '16L, N. Earl
Pinney, '16, Joseph Cotton, '16, and
W. A. Pearl, '16.
Pean Vaughan Talks Before Unitarians
Dean Victor C. Vaughan, of the med-
ical department, spoke before the Unit-
arian Men's club., in the First Congre-
gation church, Detroit, last night. He
took as his subject, "Eugenics."
Class Baseball teams;:-Get your
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