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posed power plant will be among the
largest in existence.
Prot(esor Pariker 's immediate duties
will, include, in addition to the elec-
trical engineering administration of
the present plant, supervision of the
electrical phases in the design of the
new power unit.
S. D. Sprong, electrical engineer for
the company for the past 10 years, is
retiring from. his 'position to enter the
electrical field independently.
BADN~E FOR LEAG~UE CAMPAIGN
Appointments for the Michigan
League campaign committee for next
year have been made by Neva Love-
well, '22, who will be chairman of the
committee again next year. Dorothy
Jeffrey, '24, has been appointed stu-
dent chairman of the committee, Kath-
erine Kuhlman '23, manager of the
booth, Hope Halladay, S. of M., charge
of the special house stunts, Carol Wal-arrangements for the Christmas bF
ters, '23, chairman of the flower comm- and Dorothy Bennetts, '23, charf
mittee, Miriam Reid, '23, clhairman of publicity.
For A BX LUNCH Made Up
Of Home-made Goodies1
119 E, LIBERTY'
The pen thait
middle of an exam,
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won't run dry or balk in the
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PROF. JOHN C. PARKER, WHOSE RETIREMENT FROM THE UNIVER-
SITY AFTER SEVEN YEARS' 'SERVICE AS HEAD OF THE ELECTRI-
CAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT, CAUSES KEEN REGRET ON THE
PART OF HIS FORMER COLLEAGUES AND STUDENTS.
PA9R KER LEAVES TODAY
FOR BROOKLYN POSITION
WILL AssUM11E OFF ICE WITH
Prof. Johni C. Parker, former head
of the department of electrical engin-
eering, whose resignation from his of-
fice in the University was accepted by
the Regents at their last meeting, 'Will
leave the city this evening for Brook-
lyn, New York, where he will imme-
diately assume the duties of electrical
engineer for the Brooklyn Edison com.-*
(within the past two years has neces-
sitated the construction in the near
future of a 400,000 horse-power plant
to supplement the Brooklyn Edison
company's present facilities, and to
supply power for the next five years'
increase in demand," states Professor
Parker. The organization supplies
electric power for the domestic and
industrial needs of :Brooklyn borough,
'part of greater Niw York with a popu-
lation; of 2,500,000. This ,is the largest
population served by any central sta-
tion company in the country; the pro-
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TODAY and SATURDAY -
YOU'LL REVEL IN THE THRILL OF IT
Here It is -- cm or~s', coiyotes, "had men," and Indians, mixed -withk
riding and shooting stunits. Not ancient hisitory eitiher, but an iiip-
to-the-miniute picture of a. romantic spot in the West of toda.
See Dorothy Dlalton as the twro-guinIheroine avenge herself upoit0114
man and win the lov otf ;motiler ia pieture uas big and1( refresinig
as the wind-swept prairies.-
Coming- "Reported Missing"
And .he's going to move things- move this stock
down to absolute clearance- change former
e prices so there is not a particle of recognition
left except the values they represent.
. ~The Miracle Man himself is Iopening up a cam.-
d paign of smashing things, laying siege to apex
prices on apparel and levelling the strongholds
of high costs. Prices totter and costs tumble be-
fore his onslaughts of reductions,.
RELENTLESS IS THE KNIFE OF THE MIRACLE MAN
Delayed warm weather and the accumulation -of stocks delivered too
regular season selling has loaded us up with merchandise. We must
of it profit or no profit --- we must turn it into cash regardless of the rea
EVERYTHING MUST Go - SENSATIONAL SAVINGS ON SU
l ate for
SUIT VALUES SUIT VALUES
$30.00 AND $35.00
$31.50 AND $40.00
$42.50 AND $45,00
OTHER SENSATIQNAL SAVINGS IN MEN'S FURNISHINGS AND HATS
Sale OCpenxs Saturdaehy Morning e t 9:00 o'clock. Store Closed Frldwy
to Arra nge Stocks for Your Conveni ence
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