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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUFASD AY, MARCH8, 127

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HOBBS WIA
LEC TURES
COLUMBIA

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GROUPS ,,

fill IiIt III UL ItIIIV It' "'l' ' Prof. William I.. Hobbs of the geo- v
logy (leIartlnent will deliver two lee- ,t
Completed flans For N~ew Pro,-r U) t tures this, week at Columbia Univer-
Are Annunced By S. G. A. And sity, New York. The first of these will 1
Ann Arbor Bible Chair be on the subject "Glacial Anticy- I
-clones-The Poles or AtmosphericI;
FIRST CLASSES TONIGHT
Final arrangements for the program!
in religious education to be carried I
on by the Student Christian as. ocia-j
tiofand the Ann Arbor Bible chair
have been completed, it was annouznc- <
ed yesterday by Thomas M. Idcn
director of the Ann Arbor Bible chair.t
The first classes will be held at 7
o'clock and another group wililae hel I
at 8 o'clock tonight in Lane hall.
The classes will be held every Tues-
day night for the next month, Marel
8, 16, 22, 29, and Aril 5. The first'
gr~oup will consist, of the following'
classes: "The Un n'tABble to be
given by Prof. Conrad H1. Meohlmin
of the Rochester Thecological Semi-'
nary; "A study of:, the Problems In-
volved in the Religou~s Expression'
of the Students' ;';'teli ;4ous Life" to'
be lead by Prof. It. I). T. Hollister'
of the public speaking -department;
Prof. L, A. Hophih&' secrotary of the /
Colleges of. Engiineerig and Archi-
tecture, Ira lM. Smith~, registrar of the
University and other~s; and "The So-
ial Development of ~the ChildI" to ber
given by Mrs. Herber't S. Mallat~y, di-"c
rector of the SocialI Service depart-
ment of the Michigan State Psycho-
pathic Hospital. All 'of these classes
will be held at. se o'clock. The.v"
courses, to be given: , t eight o'clock
are: "The Religion of t(he Future" to
be given by Dr. Fr~iancs Onderdonk Your Clothing Itnvesime:
of the architectural, college, and "A
Study of Miracles" to be given byl Dollar fo
Thomas M. Iden.
Professor.Moehinian who is conduct. 'WHERE and HOWV to
ig the course in "The Unknown Bi~
ble" is a member of th~e faculty of the your clothing investment.
Michigan School of <Religion for this This message is direc
semester. He will ask and answer tercohsdlvrdl
questions on all phases of the Bible. tercohsdlvrdl
who ;demand that Style,
MAIL PILOT WILL For them we present.
MAKkE PANGER2OUSuQ e
FLIGHT TO PARIS' Kppneie
Tailored for th+

Circulation}" and t based largely on fversity of Michigan." } e lIred 1(-las t
he sciencific data obtained during, thy: 1week before the American (Icog raphi:-
meteorological e""PeriinPnls ofth - ca society on the same subject.
)editjcfl to Greenland last s iter.In1 CII:f0lA-osrcino h
his second lecture P t ;^sr Hobb: fe,:K'lcnralOMAnionistrttin ot the
will speak on "Thc Growingr Moun-Ne Me rilnonwlsttin ay
tain Ranges of the Pacific Oeean."
On Friday, March 11, P~rofessor
Hobbs will -give an illustrated tlk N 0
before the Explorer's club on "The ~ O
First, Greenland E;pedifion of the Uni-' /

STANFORD-A fres;hma n edition of
The Daily has just bee(n issued.

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3. SUITS WITI- EXTRA TROUSERS

nt Should Return--
)r Dollar
oget the best returns for
.ted to men who make
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and Service go together.
Belmont Clothes
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Masten & Chase
211L S. MAIN ST.
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LAURENCE BUELL

UNIV OF' MICHIGAN

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