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OIFT AKESPOSSIBILE
SCIENTIFIC__RESEARCH
A tn Crh'a ii C V,0-fC:,1ion Donates
umFor 1i;3t',igling Use Of
V,~ J'Al:"(Of Steel
WILL HAVSSPECIALIST
Intensive research in the use of
gas for steel treating to be carried
on by the department of engineering
research has betn made possible by a
gilt of $10,00(0 irom the American Gas'
Asocation, a(ccording to an an-
flo~tncoment by Prof. A. ;E, White, head
of thrat dIepartment.
A sneciali st in metallurgy and a
staff or laboratory assistants will im-
mediately start a series} of investiga-
tions into the uses of gas for heat
treating of steel and in forging fur-
niaces, Prof. White said. The work
which will be undertaken in coopera-
tion with the Surf'aee Combustion
Company will be under the direction
of Professors A. It. White and A. E.
Whi'te.
"Use of manufactured gas for heat-
ing operationsa is constantly increas-
ing," Prof. White said, "because of tihe
readiness with which gas lends itself
to automatic control.
"While this wort; is being done for
the American gas industry, the re-
sults will probably be of great 'direct
value to Michigan industries. This
'will be particularly 'true of the auto-
mobile industry, because of the im-
nionse amount o1' heat-treated metal
employed in it."
"This appropriation is taken from
our special fund of $580,000 to b e used
in a five-year program of research' iln
the field of large scale industrial use
of gas," Alexander Forward, ianag-
ing director of the American Gas as-
sociation, said in a telegram to the en-
gineering research department.
"We are especially happy to include
the University of Michigan in this
program and we are confident that
the work to be carried on there will
further reflect its high standing as an
educational institution.' I extend to
Profressor White and his associates
my congratulations on the termina-
tion of an agreement which will bring
his institution in closer contact with
the entire manufactured-gas indus-
try."
KINNEY SHOES"
TIMELY SUGGESTIONS y

Ownership Of Largest Eating House On
Campus Goes To LocalRestauranteurs

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" ChubbhI ous:e, the largest and old- commencement (lays pass at
cost food establishment on tile cams- and state that catering to
pus, has changed hands. Mr. and Mrs.I here at Michigan during

MichiganI
studentts
those 27
asure for!

u. t~ '~iI'UUI WHO Started the Crestau-I
rant in 1899 as a small place, and Who
have been located on State Street
ever since then, have sold Chubb
House to Angelo Patios and 'Theodore
ldames, owners of the A tin Arbor~
Ae; t im rant, The Michigan Theater
Building and proponents of the new
Michigan theater and Michigan H-otel.
Mr. and Mrs. Chubb have seen 27

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them.
The new owners plan extensive im-
provcinents and a complete change of
equip~ment of every nature. 'Fley are
closing Chubb house today when they
take it over, and will re-open the com-
pletely changed restaurant to their
patrons' at the end of the spring va-
cation.

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Take Home
a box of our specially
prepared and wonder-
fully delicious candies
for Easter.
SWEETLAND
212 S. Main St.

ing Spring

vacation.

We offer you our ex-
pert repair service.
Ernst Bros.
104 N. Fourth Ave.
READ THE WANT ADS

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Have your electrical
wiring inspected dur-

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Second rYear
COLLEGE CRUISE
S. S. WYNDA 24
SEPTEMBER TO MAY
Continue your regula r ca-
Y demic course aboard the S8..
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A real college with a faculty
of experienced ed ucators, 4
Basketball, baseball, tennis
soccer, swimming, with tearti
of foreign universities.
A University Afloat for men
only. Enrollment lmited to
r X378-17~ years or more of age.
1)o60illustrated booklets, di.
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erary and cost of a school year:
of travel, write.
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No. 20118&--W OMAN'S
Patent Opera Pump.
S p i k e covered Heel.
Same model in Blarl,
Satin.

Full F ashic
Pure Silk C!
$1.69
Two Pairs,I

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tfonl
3.00 n~u

-tb e newlTji
collegiare.2Model

No 20270-WOM ' AN'S
Patent two-eyo tie with
Paisley underlay. Spikec
Covered heel, $3.98.
Same m-odel in ILig-ht
trey w ith Dahrk Greyt
underlay.
$3.980
Alo 907-MA NIS Sport
O x f rd . Stone Calf
Vamp and Quarter.
Blonde and Tan eyelets
to match. Goodyear

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Lochinvar. -
_A distinctive R B spring suit
sketched from life.
Extra trousers to -match
suits, 86.

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- hundreds and thousands of mien whose prom-
ihence in this community you know demands th at they
always be well daressed. These men- doctors lawn.
yers, public officials, business men-wear R B Clothes
because they give genuine satisf action-not ' jest be-
cause the price is %2
iii ctive BStyles
for Eas ter
Nowhere else can you find the smart styles which dis-
tinguish R B Clothes because R B models are exclu-
lively created by our own designers, accurately inter-
preting the major style trends of the fashion centers
of the world.
Ther e's always romance in the story, of R B Clothes-
romance in seeing them made by the thousands every
week in our great, new tailoring plant, where razor-
edged electuric knives cut scores of garments at a time
wihgreater accuracy than shears ever, knew.
All the advantages that come from efficient production
on a vast scale; all the discounts that accrue fromh pur-
cha sing woolens and materials in tremendous quan-
tities direct from the mills; all the customary .middle-
man's Selling costs that we avoid by retailing in our
own stores broughit the price of RRB Clothes down to
522-a safe price for you to pay and a price that
actuwally saves .you monecy,

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GLANCE through Our lists
surprise you. You would

of customers might
find the names of

STRICTLY, Collegiate -Campus is designed four the
k)activ~e young chap in his late 'teens or early twenties.
Notice the easy athletic lines in the sketch, yet Campus hangs
with all the elegance that any well dressed man could desire.
Stripes and plaids in the mannish colorings now prevailing
in University circles--and Campus is
Speceially Priced
$22
Knickers to Match, $6
Also Tuxedos at $25-and
new 50-inch Topcoats, $22

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Jumbo Pencils
with- our compliments
-call tomorrow'.

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