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THE ' ICAN DAILYv

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tti 10 IflDAR TMOUTH MEN START ',SHORTS FOR COMFORT' D RIVE; Fajans °oLctt
1 AN TICIPA TE LIBERA TION FROM PROLONGED HEA T VS on Ion Deformation Hark To His Maste
BET UI 9 10 7°Dr. Kaimir Fajans, internatio O To iIVERS]
Saly renowned chemist, will lecture
Architectural Society. P 1 a n s1I o'ckhigan students at 4:15
lisp,'cion Trip forw1oclk Monday In room 30"o, Chem-! ado
70 M mb r.itry building . e will speak o l Jad i s:i
_ "hotocemical and Analytical Ap- Lowst PicesPan
Leaving Ann Arbor on special i i4. ~...::~ .plications of the Theory of De- TEJldw ianoie
buses at 7:30 o'clock this morning, b" .. :fration of Ions," revealing recnt l o Suit
r.xprmetl2nesiatos(nco-Play While edewtI
70 students of the architecturalectiof~ntawi stigoation iidn-1,43__pa.yVior(lu
i~ VictoreCobi
school go to Detoit today for an deforbmortion oacrstls
inspectibn tour through severali***, At present a non-resident lee-,
modern buildings. The students will : turer in chemistry at Cornell ui-TH M
Visit the Fox theatre, Colony club, versity, Dr. Faj ans his studied and ASK TH M S1
Y taught at several European uni- 01 Last William Street
the enobcot uildng, hris. jversities. He received his Ph.D de-
church, the Buhl building, and the' gree from Heidelberg, and studied
Players' playhouse. C. Howard; afterward in Zurich, Manchester
Crane and W, . Kapp, architects, .. . ' and Leipzig. Since 1925 he has been READ'TH D,
are to conduct them. -.. x ,.., a professor of physical chemistry at,
The group will start from the Fox; s:..<.Y...l .I<sv .. -_______- -
t hieatre. ; If the w eather perm its, .. i. - .rh_ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _
the Penobscot building. The stu-n..
dents will have luncheon at the Sa- l>!
voyard club on the roof of the Bui . ,
building. The tour is sponsored .. y
A '$1,000,000 hospital for men of.
the American merchant marine and; These arc first evidences of the Dartmouth students' "Shorts fo Comfort" nlivemeit started at the
employes of other branches of gov- advent of wrm weather. The two leading Hanover ha~erdashers have aready sold about 300 shot ani are
erment service is to be built at feverishly working to convrt old suits into the new up-to-the-minute appael Seveal New York leadigi
Galveston, Tex. stores have aready begun to manufacture these shorts

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BEFREYOUBUifA EWSTOVE

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ELECTkOCH F lps to moder
present kitclh:-n. And if you aC
a new holme, you wqnt want it
rout-of-date i i atfw years be
did not instal'!electr is cooking,
EL CTROCFJEr NOW.

rnize your no smoke, no dirt, no soot to deposit on,
ire building kitchen walls and curtains! With ordinary
to become care in the control of heat, cooking with
ecause you ELECTROCHEF costs but a fraction more than
. Install an cooking with the cheapest fuels. ELECTRO-
SCHEF, with its smooth, gleaming surfaces
illin hose- and softly rounded curves, is a beautiful
ity.o heorse- piece of. kitchen furniture that you will be
city~f~re proud to show your friends.

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Today in the Unitod Stages c
wvives are coc .:1c \v~h eiecl
you buy a new stove, ar
demonstration (at any De
Office) of ELECROCHPF'S suep
at loW cost. ELECTROCHEF brir
codl~r, pleasanter cooking-,
mihute. Week by weekI
women are enthusiasti-
call>' adding ELECTROCH-EF
to their kitchens.

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hu

xnge Tor a
oit Edison
ior cooking
sa cleaner,
lodern to the
ndreds of

Electric cooking imparts a sdelicious flavor
to foods--meats and vegetables cook to
melting tenderness in their own juices-
with all their natural flavors sealed in.
ELECTROCHEF'S light, fine-grained cakes and
_______flaky pastries will delight
you: an accurate oven
Q O\VfN control of temperatures
from 250 degrees to 600
,OCHEF! degrees makes consist-
ent baking easy. D

The Cooper Power Mower Has Many
Out standing Features of Construiction and
Operation
The Cooper Mower is designed so that the power is transiied
to the traction roller aind cutting reel through independc ut clutches. Th'le
reel can be idle while transporting, or the traction roller may be idle while
cutting reel is under, power when working in close quarters.
The Cooper Multiple Speed Reel Drive is a distinctive Cooper fea-
ture-the outstanding developmenit in power 'lawn mowers. . It permits the
speed of the reel to be set (in relation to ground travel) to meet, the differ-
ent cutting conditions, producing results that are impossible with a single
speed reel. The drive is so designed that it May be reversed to sharpen
The entire power transmission to both reel and roller is equipped with anti.
friction ball and roller bearings, packed in grease and sealed dust tight. Lubrication
problems are eliminated. The 'framte'of the mower is made entirely of steel,, is light in
weight, yet will withstand the shocks to which a power mower is subjected.
The Cooper Mower is equipped with the ,nmost popular small engine mado in
America. A four cycle gasoline motor, air cooled,. with mechanically operated overhiead
valves, built in fly-wheel magneto, combination pump, and splash lubrication syst-m.
It furnishes the Cooper with 'ainlcl power for all lawn mnowing conditions.
uinder its own power.

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Count these advantages: an E
electric heat, as clean
as sunlight; an all-whiteI
porcelain range, as easily
cleaned as a piece of
ch~nb; cooking speed,
with focused radiant heat
-sna p the switch and
start to cook; safety-no puts C
flames, no matches; kitche
and finally, delightfully cook.I
coo cooking-clean cook- wiring.
irtg: no hot kitchen, no Cash
blckened pots and pans, -

sEASY TI
ELECTR+

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OWN PAYMENT
an ELECTROCHEF in yd
en--installed, ready
This includes all necesso
;Balance $6 per mor
price installed, $10

ELECTROCHEF -- the inevi-
table cooking method: 'As
modern as the etectric
refrigerator, the electric
washer,- or the electric
ironer-as desirable as
our electric lighting--this re-
to markable stave brings
ary clean, coot, healthful
ith. cooking. Install an
05. ELECTROCHEF now 'and
modernize your kitchenl

TRELLIS

Recipe for aprize .garden: good
old mother earth, sunshine and

rain and

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