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GOING HOME?
Take along a box of Whit-
man's Candy.
A little higher In price - and worth it!

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ANSWERS HOBBS ON HOOTER CLUB GUESTION

ORGANIZATION DECLARED TO BE
FOR PURPOSE OF SPLITTING
PARTY

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ALL SIZES

N LY SP NO yVarden Cherries-
in cream, 90c per lb.;
45c per half pound.

ONE

GILLETTE MEN!

YOU CAN GET
HUNDRED PER CENT BETTER SHAVES
IF YOU STROP YOUR BLADES

The barber strops his razor before each shave.
You also must strop your safetyablade to get a really
comfortable shave.
You can do it easily and quickly with a Twiplex.
100 shav-es from one blade. Improves new. blades 100 per cent.

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We do not often talk about our
SODA WATER
because on hot days we are more than busy.
You must know that we do not save on
QUALIT Y

My dear Dean Lloyd:
The Daily of this morning an-
nounces a meeting of your club to be
held Wednesday evening and to be
addressed by Professors Tilley and
Phillips, and adds: "The meeting
will be in the nature of a get-together
for students who are interested
enough in the campaign to work for
Hoover in their home communities
during spring vacation. Literature,
automobile stickers, cards, and letter
stickers will be distributed, along with
general instructions for their use."
You are of course aware that the
Hoover-for-President movement is
widely regarded as one fostered by
the Wilson element in the Democratic
party with a view not to securing him
as the standard-bearer of the Repub-
lican party, but as the leader of a
split in the party which will again'
establish minority rule by permitting
the Democrats to win.
I know that this feeling is general
and on the campus of the University
of Michigan, it is supported by the
fact that nearly all the speakers at
the opening meeting and probably 90
per cent of the faculty members are
ex-Wilson men.
In view of the revelations of Mr.
Lucey, temporary national chairman'
of the Hoover movement, in the papers
of Saturday morning, in which this
admission is plainly made, and the
further revelations concerning the
vote in the state, I take the liberty
of calling your attention to the fol-
lowing statement made public by Mr.
Hoover in reply to Mr. Lucey in Sun-
day's despatches:
"The purpose of the political part-
ies, as I see them, is to organize
team work for the advancement and
communication of their views on the
issues and measures that are before
us and the securing of men in pub-
lic office who will give execution of-
these issues and measures. , . . Sec-
ond, I trust I shall not be further
embarrassed by suggestions of some
independents of alternately placing
my name before any other party, for
a primary sense of team work in
any party organization would pre-
clude such a possibility.'
The object of my inquiry is to learn
whether in view of the results in the
Michigan primaries, and the further
fact that Mr. Hoover's name has been
placed in no other primary except that
of California, whether it is planned
that Republican students shall "work
for Hoover in their home communities
during spring vacation." If this cor-
rectly represents the attitude of your
organization would you be willing to
have this letter and your reply made
public?
Very sincerely yours,
WILLIAM H. HOBBS.

ACTIVITY WILL CONTINUE DE-
SPITE PRIMARIES, SAYS GRAD-
UATE DEAN
Dear Professor Hobbs:
Your letter of April 6 must have a
prompt reply. Moreover, I am very
glad to reply, for the impressions
which you and others seem to have
about our Make-Hoover-President
club are quite wrong and naturally I
wish to have them cleared up without
delay.
Really I am not aware that the
Hoover movement is widely regarded
as you represent. Such a general im-
pression is of course easily obtain-
3d if one has a mind for it at the start.
In some quarters, too, what you charge
or suspect may even have some found-
ation; for, as politics go, such things
3o happen. But, to speak specifically
is to the Ann Arbor club, we are not
what you seem inclined to imagine.
Your s-iggestion thpt probably 90 per
cent of our faculty members are ex-
Wilson men is, I feel sure, far from,
the truth, although I do not know
what the exact percentage is; but,
even granting for argument's sake a
large figure here, I have to regard the
matter itself as quite irrelevant.
I would submit, as certainly much
more significant in all the premises,
the distinct fact that of the faculty
members, I mean members of the fac-
ulties, voting in the recent campus
primaries well over 90 per cent pre-
ferred Hoover, while in the total cam-
pus vote -Hoover led both tickets by
very large margins. Now a few of
those voting for Hoover may have
been consirators; but I should not
care to charge any considerable num-
ber of them with conspiracy.
Our Ann Arbor Make-Hoover-Presi-
dent clib, let me now assure you, has
no ulterior, motives beyond those
which its name very definitely sug-
gests. To those, it is true, who are
working for other candidates our mo-
(See Number 1, Page Five)

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OTHER FEATURES

ADULTS............25c
KIDDIES ............l1e

SHOWS DAILY
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30

Today and Saturday

IN

Too Much Johnson"
A Corking Good Comedy Story

Bryant
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CAFTRA

Everything we use is the best that we can buy
THAT IS WHY OUR SODA WATER is SO GOOD

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Nickels Arcade,

Up the Stairs

SAXONY PARCHMENT ,
is up-to-date stationery and good value at $1.00 a box

324 So. STATE STREET

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& S. UNIVERSITY AVE.

APRIL
S M T W T F S
4 5 .6 7 8 9 10
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18 19 20 21 22 23 24
25 26 27 28 29 30 .
Men-Hats are high; your last
season's hat cleaned and re-
blocked into this season's shape,
with a new band, will look like
new and 'save you five or ten
dollars. We, do only high class
work. Factory Hat Store, 617
Packard St. Phone 1792.

Hey Boy! Have You Tasted The Good
Food At The ARCADE ?
Pure foods at low prices, prepared by experts.
Everything displayed on our forty-foot .steam and
serving tables.
Select ust what appeals to your own individual
appetite.
Bakery goods fresh from our own ovens.
Delicious coffee with rich Jersey cream.
Kindness, courtesy, and good service prevail here.

711 PACKARD STREET

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CLOTHING
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SPRING & SUMMER

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WAY I
ITED-Responsible Sales Repre-
ntative by manufacturer of adver-
ing novelties. State experience,
any. Give reference in first let-
. The Leo Hart Company, Roch-
N. Y.
TED-Small furnished house or
artment for one year, from July
0, to June 1921, by married
uple. Box S. S., Daily. -
TED-Students to make money
ring vacation. Preston at Lane
11 will tell you the -High Gloss
>postion.
TED- J-Hop ticket as soon as
sible. Call K. Blough. 236.
TED-A student wants room-
te at 425 S. Division St. Call
TED-One girl to help with light
isework daily. Call 1034-R.
TED-To buy typewriter. Ad-
ss, Typewriter, care of Michigan
ily.
FOR BENT
RENT-Seventeen room house,
E. Section, designed for fratern-

LOST - .
LOST-Somewhere between S. Univer-
sity andA Main St., a brooch with
moonstone set. A reward if finder
will return to 708 Church St., or
phone 1145-J.
LOST-A leather note book represent-
ing all semester's work. Liberal
reward to finder. Just the notes
wanted. 0. J.. Gilchrist, 338 S. 4th
St. Phone 1861-W.
LOST-Hammered Silver Coin purse.
Chi Omega crest. Call 1325. Re-
ward.
LQT - No. 1 Jr. Eastman . Kodak.
$5.00 reward and no questions ask-
ed if same is left at Lyndon's on
N. University. -
LOST-Note book containing French
notes, with stiff mottled cover.
Finder please phone 954-J. -
LOST - Small white purse Sunday
evening.- Finder please call 2668-W.
LOST-Sigma Delta Chi pin. Please
return to Box A. A., Daily.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Fraternity House, Oak-
land Ave. Easy terms. Call Albert
Lockwood, 2191 or 137 to make ap-
pointment.

W1r omen -
ile Ann Arbor Telephone -company
will pay University women $9 a week
for 35 hours of service. Women who
are interested in this offer should see
Dean Myra B. Jordan.
Spring sports for women will begin
Tuesday, April 20, and all women
must be present at their regular hour
on that day.
There will a dress rehearsal of the
Junior Girls' play at 7 o'clock Wed-
nesday evening, April 21, in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall. Important
changes will be made at this time in
order to fit the play for the Detroit
stage. This will be the only night
rehearsal before the. third perform-
ance to be given April 24. An aft-
ternoon rehearsal will be announced
later.
FOR SALE-Large house built to suit
fraternity or sorority. Address L.
M., care of Daily.
FOR SALE-Two May Festival cou-
pons. Call 9793-.
FOR SALE-- Gibson Mandolin with
leather case. Practically new. Call
539.
FOR SALE -Two May Festival cou-
pons, orchestra. Call 1780-R.

FINEST STYLES AND QUALITIES AT
.10%
REDU CTION

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FROM REGULAR PRICES
This policy of Corbet'(shas meant a saving of many
dollars to those who have purchased here.
OUR STOCKS ARE COMLETE AND UP-TO-THE-MINUTE
IN STYLE, ASSORTMENT OF FABRICS
AND COLORS

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Nothing better can be purchased
at any place. than what we offer

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New Styles in
SPRING HATS AND CAPS

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TOM CORBETT

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sorority, or club.
re of Daily.

Address R.

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R, RENT-luarge single front room,
cing campus, for occupancy April.
I RENT-Single room. Call 2034-R.

Walk a Few Extra Steps, and Save Dollars
116 EAST LIBERTY STREET
BETWEEN MAIN ST AND FOURTH AVE.

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