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State and Washington Sts.
7:30 P. M. Wednesday
(Continued from, age 4)
His later writings include such top-
ics as "Earth Features and Their
Meaning,"' "The Glacial, Anticy-
clones," and "Exploring About the
North Pole of the Winds."
Not content with c z nfining, his 1
activities to the scientific field, hei
is also noted for his works on na-
tional defense and his biography of
the late Leonard Wood; adminis-
trator, soldier, and citizen, as Pro'-
±fesr Hobbs termed the foxrmerC
Governor-General of the Philip-
Hehas been honored on'innum-
erable occasions. In 1924 he was
m~adea Chevalier of the. Legion of,
Honor;he is a. Fellow of the Geo-
loia ociety of America, and a,
Memb~er of thie American Philoso-
Hle has been a member of the
Michigan ifaculty since '1906, comn-
ing here fromn the University of
Wisconsin- to accept the headship
of~ the department of geology and
th~e direct~orship of the Geology
In August~ of this year he went
abroad ors leave of absence. While
away he miade a 13-day excursion
into the Sahara and numerou.s
other side-trips, of interest. Though
his leave, will not expire until F'eb-
ruary, he returned last month to
Ann Arbor in order, he sa.ys, to. "do,
a bit. of writing." His closer friends
insis that there were other rea-
sos, ~toprompnpt his ea>rly return,
suchj as a very de~ep affection forr
h is litt~le grand-daughter. This,
P~q eso Hobbs would find hard to
dnsince he pays daily visits to
th, "lile la.dy." Often in the
mingns. ef ore class,certainly,
ii the late, afternoons, he may
be found, with the youngster.
Students have always found it
esy to like t h i s kind-hearted'
teaher, who, though stern, hasal-
was shon a great respect for the
v g~points and\,a1ilities of his pu.-
pand they never pass the f am-'
iliar camipus figure~ without exper-
iencing a deep feeling of awe and,
a imiration for one who has set
a s rema~rkable standard for all
students of life.
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IN RUTCHINS HAL
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named in honor of Harry Burns
Hutchins, former dean of the lawj
school and president of the Uni-
versity, has been made possible by
the provisions of the will of the later
William W Cook, well known at-j
torney and benefactor of the Uni-,
Individual flat topped desks are.
being planned for the. recitation
rooms. Drawers and compartments,
inside the desks will be provided
for papers and books. Considerable
pains have been taken in the seat-
ing arrangements so that these
desks, which approacha real office
furniture in appearance, may 'be
Material for the exterior is a
seam~ faced granite taken from
quarries at Weymouth, Mass., while-
Indiana limestone is being used for
A conventional arrangement of
rooms is planned. for the iniside with
the first two floors being devoted to
class 'rooms, the third floor to a f1-
ministration 'quarters .and.offices
for individual professors,J while the,
fourth floor will be used by, the'
Michigan Law Review, the Michi-
gan State Bar association-, and the.
American. Judicature society. Un,-
derground aconnections are being
provided to the Legal. Research,
building on one side and. to the Law
club on the other.
Lor ch1 A tnS Forumt of The Nation magazine., will speak'
BEST SHOE SHINE in town. San-
fords. Sundays, evenings. 121
E. Ann:, 514 E. William. 231c
YNCRO MOTORS CO. of Eattle
Creep will have their rere3Q)t<_-
tivo at Union, rcom 319, from 10
a. mn. to G p. m. to interview stu-
dents to sell their product at
Christmas vacation. 290
TARS. H.1R. -OR -r epresentin,
Syncro Motor Co. of Batt ,-
Creek, Mich., will interview stu.-
dents at Barber Gyma from 11-
12:30 a;ndi 1-2:350, P'riday, Dec. ,
REPOSSESSED CARS-Buy from
finance comnpany for balanc
due. 311 W. Huron. Phone 22001
FOR SALE-Standard Royal type-
writer. Office modlel. Complete,.
$10. Call 3582. 292
Phone- 7112, Killins Gravel Co.
Prof. Emil Lorch, director of the
School of Architecture, has left for
Washington, D.. C-., where he, will
attend the President's conference
on "Home Building and Home Own-
ership" which will be :held from
Dec. 2 to 5.
Daily. Official Bulletin
IG ~ AIJ4' . 1-iiL14 0:~01.
Club Sunday, Dec. 6, in the, Natural
Science auditorium at 2 b* . .T'here
will be a twenty-five cent admis-
sion charge. The topic will be "Mili-
taristic Uncle Sam'"
ISophomore Cabaret Hostesses : ,A
meeting at Mosher Drawing Room,
Mosher-Jordan Halls. Miss Inez
For any particuilar peo ple
Located at 301'2 South State
Street, next to Wagner's.
All Work Guaranteed.
FUL~L SOLhES 4N LADIES'
WOK-OU SP 'CI TY,
Ann~ Arbor, MBchi.
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IHalls, has 'complimented the host-
distances,. dimensions, and space esses by inviting them to tea Thurs-
distribution of open star clusters" day, Dec. 3, at 4 p. in. Hostesses
by R. J. Trumnpler. Tea will be serv- must not miss this meeting as it
ed from 3 :45 to 4:t15-p. in., is very important and isrcin
___i will be given.
Phi1 Delta Kappa: The, fall, initia- Faculty Women's Club: A formal,
tion and banquet will be held at the card and dancing party for memn-
Michigan Union Saturday, Dcc. 5. bers and their, husbands or escorts
The ini}tiation ceremony, will takeI will be held at the Michigan League
placee at 4 and the banquet will fol- Thursday evening, Dec. 10, from 9
low at 6 p. mn. The price is $1. Re- until 12 o'clock.
servations may be madec by writing
to the. Secretary, F. Q . tVA lcott, Youngstown MVichigan' Club will
gan Union. -Important meeting.
T es op i a u ne icu"s sR i raion aoit : p n Iowa State college will spend ap-'
th ujc 1,Ricrain" rxmtl 6,6 esfrpractical philosophy" will be heldI ies this school year than, in the
Thursday, Dec. 3, at 3 p. in., in the 1930-3 1 terms.
Chapel of the League. The public --
is cordially invited. to come and
take part in the discussion. raaIW OwRRVs
609, East Ungiversity
Food at Reasonab~e
Dinm.ners , 5
Try our Special steak at
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For Goodness S ako.
Straighten that Tiet
RIm herself, to the smallest detail,
no wonder little points of careless-.
ness in dress become glaring crudities
in her eyes.
SWAN K COLLAR- HOLDER (looks
like a pin-but jsn't)-.holds the collar
correctly anid keeps the tie where it het
longs. See the new designs at, smart
men's shops and jewelers-priced 50c
SWANK SETS of matched designs,
Collar Holder and Tie Klip, make a
wonderful gift for any man.
STUDENT LAUJNDRY WANTE~D-
Called for and delivered. Phone
IDEAL LAUNDRY CO.
204 North Main Phone 391G
(aundry .drop box_- at Barbecue
opposite Angell1 Hall. 200c
iLOST-A )-notv-ie camera in front of
1215 Hill St. Reward. Call 4121,
extension 721, between o and 5
or 6602 after 5 p. in. 291
LOST-Cigar lighter-watch. In En-
gineering Building. Mon1day. In-
formation concerning, or return
will be rewarded by Carlo F.
White. Phone 4602.- 293
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Oswald Garrison Villard, editor
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Masculine as an old briar pipe, useful as a sus-
pendber button, smart; as a bridegroom beside a
potted fern-add that touch of correctness that
keeps a man at ease under the most critical
Collar Holders, Tie Klips, Dress Sets, Collar 1ut-
tons, Cuff Links--all SWANK,. made by Baer &
Wilde Co. - jewelersr
to men exclusively, E . i
makers of famnous y.~ -
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FOR SALT OR RENT--440 Highland
Rd. Prof. Gingerich, on account
of poor health, being compelled
to go west, authorizes us to \sell
his strictly modern, exclusively lo-
cated, high class eight room resi-
dence at a great sacrifice. For
~particulars and an appointment
to see this, call D. S. M~cComb,
4812 or 21534. 286
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W 'Pi THO G 0 L D S in%' staining, and breath-taint-
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Lect- ure Sizbje-ct'
The marriage ceremony doesn't
demand it. But the Newlyweds
who take OLD. GOLDS as their
wedded choice in cigarettes are
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To prolong that. honeymoon
charm, smoke pure-tobacco OLD
GOLDS. No throat rasp, no
smoker's cough can comne from