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January 28, 1922 - Image 3

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ie Alasaa Agri-
School of Mines
a hundred miles
-will open its
ber, CharlesE .
ral judge and
institution, an-
deral Funds
is situated on a
piles from Fair-
line of the new
set aside by con-
ollege itself was
n 1917 by an act
legislature and
r buildings and
m proved inade-
additional appro-
vas made. Most
nses will be met
aska, but $50,000
D IT V qr

F Fairbanks, laska"
will be available from federal funds,
according to President Bunnell.
To Offer Four Courses
The first year's curriculum will of-
fer four courses-agriculture, general
science, home economics and mining
-under present plans. Special short
courses in mining will be given to
meet the requirements of prospectors
and others unable to attend during
the full college year.
The work of theacollege, President
Bunnell predicted, is destined to play
an important part in the development
of the territory.
Farm Land Development Planned
"There was under cultivation in the
immediate vicinity of Fairbanks last
year," he pointed out, "a t tal of
[1,920 acres. This land produced 100
tons of vegetables, 1,006 tons of oats
hay, 1,270 bushels of oats and barley,
3,516 bushels of wheat and 3°2 tons
of potatoes. The wheat represents
the yield of 183 acres. This yield can
be multip'ied many times as more
'and is brought under cultivation
through the application of proper
farming methods."
President Bunnell will remain "out-
side" for several weeks securing
equipment for the school and employ-
ing faculty members.

AMUNDSEN AIDES PLAN
AHUICDASHByfAIR
(By Associated Press)
Christiania, Norway, Jan. 9.-(By
Mail.)-Two Norwegian aviators,
Lieutenant Omdal and Sergeant Odd'
Dahl, will accompany Roald Amund-
sen when he starts north again 'from
Seatt.e, Wash.,rnext May and will
make a dash for the North Pole by
airplane.
They will also carry a moving pic-
ture outfit and about 30,000 feet of
film. Two extra men have been en-
gaged here by Amundsen for the ex-
pedition.
Both Omdal and Dahl are expert
wireless operators and expect to keep
the Maud, Amundsen's ship,,in touch
with Spitzbergen and to receive mes-
sages from the Norwegian wireless
station at Stavanger.
The two aviators will join the Maud
at Seattle. The airplanes to be used
in the North Pole dash will have mo-
tors of 60 horse-power, accommodate
two passengers and be provided with
skis and wheels.
Only one machine will be used at
a, timeand the other held in reserve.
As the Maud does not offer sufficient
space, a shed must be built on the ice
for them.
The Norwegian army and navy have

presented to the explorers the arms
and munitions they may need and 60
boxes of specially selected provisions,
sted by Professor Torup of the
physiological laboratory of the Uni-
versity of Christiania, will be sent to
Seattle for their use.

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Do you know-
That Charles B. Warren was a prac-
ticing lawyer in Detroit, that he was
on the staff of the Judge advocate
general of the United Sates Army
during the war, that he was promoted
to the rank of colonel and awarded
the Distinguished Service Medal, that
he is now United States Ambassador
to Japan, and finally and most im-
portant, he attended Michigan and re-
ceived the degree of Doctor of Philoso-
phy in 1891?
Should Clear Snow from Mail Boxes
Officials of the city postoffice re-
auest that a1l mail boxes ,in Ann

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Continuous Show Admission
Adults . - .3c
Today-2 to11P.M. Kiddies - - loc
LAST TIME TODAY
MARIE CLYDE
PREVOST COUK
'A Parisian "The
Scandal" Chauffeur"

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CAFITAL $TO"A OWN;1O NY P1ARILLARD G.1

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OF,

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te Oxford

Flannel

GORDON

Shirts

Collar Attached
$1.85

Pajamas
and
Night Robes
$1.49;

Leather Coats.

GORDON
$20.00
Sheep-Lined
Coats

GORDON
$35.00 Sheep-lined
Cloth Shell

Arrow
Soft Collars
SOc Values
TWO FOR 50c
35c Values
TWO FOR 35c

500 All Silk and

Ties
69c Each

Neckwe

3 Sizes 36

Coats
$20.00

$13.50

$13.50

2

for $1.25

$2.00
Vassar
Winter Weight
Cotton
Union Suits
$1.45

Big Final l0-lay Clean-up
For the next ten days we will offer you values in Men's Clothing and Furnishings that
have never been equalled in Ann Arbor. The opportunity is now at hand where you
can save money so come down towi TODAY and see what a REAL SALE means.'

$5.00

Vassar
Union Sui
65% Wool

$3.65

_

$3.00
Vassar
Winter Weight
Cotton
Jnion Suits
$2.10

$26.5O

Your Choice of Any'
Suits or Overcoat
in the store

X26.5O

$6.50

Vassar
Union Sui

I

Values up to $65.00, now

All Wool

Extra!

C. & K. HATS

Extra!

$4.95

Ladies'
All Wool

ating Hose
Knee Length

KNAPP - FELT PORTIS & CROFUT & KNAPP
$7.50 and $10.00 hats $5.00 and $6.00 hats
a go at . . . .... . .... all go at ,. ..... ........
LUTZ CLOTHING STORE
217 South Main

CORDUROY
REEFERS.

$6.95

$1.95 pr.

SWEATERS
THE BIGGEST
STOCK OF

WOOL HOSE
WE ARE GOING
TO CLEAN THEM
ALL 'OUT AT
95c a pair

WOOL

SHIRTS

SILK
SHIRTS

CAPS

FLANNEL

MUFFLERS
Great Values at
each
$1.25 and $1.95

SHIRTS

SWEATERS'
WN AT
DISCOUNT

YOUR CHOICE
OF ANY
COTTON SHIRT
IN THE STORE
$1.85

$8.00 Values $5.65
WHITE JERSEY
SILK SHIRTS
$4.95

ALL $3.00 AND
$4.00 CAPS
GO AT
$2.30 each

at

A BIG
DISCOUlh

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