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February 13, 1913 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1913-02-13

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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STARTING TONIGHT
MARX BROS.
BEAUTY REVUE
25 - PEOPLE - 25
m Song Show
Important Notice
Buy your tickets in
advance. No tickets
sold after 6 P. M.
GET BUSY EARLY
DON'T GET LEFT
Tonight is the Night
Createst Ciri Show
on Earth
LASS BASKETEERS
ANNOUNCE GAMES
Dates for the interclass basketball
mes have been ararnged. The pre-
inaries will begin the week of Feb-
ary 24, the semifinals will be held
3 following week, and the contest
rich will decide the campus cham-
)nship wlil be staged on the night of

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SECTIONAL VIEW OF THE NEW GRAND CENTRAL TERMINAL, NEW YORK CITY
rand Central T(
eart of New Yo
qew York through passengers and the other and wait
Terminal, for suburban passengers. attendan

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erminal

City

-wing is
24-(1)
25- (2)

the schedule:
'15 vs. '16.
'14 vs., '13; (3) '15E vs.

HE interior of the N
Central Lines' new.

ing rooms with maids in
ce, toilet rooms, manicure
dressing rooms, and shops
hn the terminal.

-(4) '14E vs. '13E; (5) '15LI

-(6) '14L vs. '13L; (7)

'16M

.rch 3-(8) Winners (1) vs. win-
(2).
rch 4- (9) Winners (3) vs. win-
(4).
rch 5-(10) Winners (5)' vs. win-

Semi-Finals.
6-(11) Winners

(8) vs.*win-

rch 7-(12) Winners (10) vs.
ers (7).

Finals.
-ch 14.-Winners" (11) vs.

win-

k. committee consisting of Lyle Har-
'15, Howard E. Morse, '16, and Ar-;
Pr B. Griffes, '15E, was appointed by
erclass manager T. E. Gilbert, to
)k after the details of the games.
~lass managers should hand in lists
names of all men in their respective
sses who will take part, to Coach
uglass at the athletic association of-,
on or before February 20. All the
m must be examined at Dr. May's of-
before their names are handed in.
(ATERS FINALLY
TO WIELD- STICKS
aless his majesty the Sun takes a bad
tout with his brother Mr. Winter
,ween this morning and this after-
.n, hockey will make its debut, the
meeting the engineers at Wein-
g's rink at 4:00 o'clock.
[anager DuBois spent yesterday af-
noon wtih a throng of enthusiastic
ksters making a suitable home for
skaters to stage their battles. The
k is now in readiness for the ini-
contest today.
a1 men who are aspiring to play
on any one of the teams must report

just opened in New York City
and dedicated to the Public Service
-is a marvel in size and com-
pactness, beauty and utility, com-
fort and convenience - a terminal
larger than and different from any
other in the world.
Broad inclined walks take the
place of stairs - the distance from
street to train is a short, easy
walk.
Standing at the center entrance
on 42nd Street you can see The
Twentieth Century Limited, across
the waiting room and concourse.
The movement of the traveler
is a progressive one, the ticket
windows coming first, the Pull-
man windows next, the baggage
office third, then your teain.
There are no steps to retrace, no
time lost, passengers proceeding
direct from waiting room or con-
course to train platforms.
There are two great concourses,
each 300 by 120 feet, one for

The tracks on two levels within
the terminal aggregate 33 miles.
Forty-nine acres are devoted to
through traffic and thirty acres to
suburban traffic.
Thirty thousand people may be
comfortably accommodated in this
terminal atone time. Over twenty
million will use it in a year, indeed
it is planned to accommodate a hun-
dred million, people annually.
All trains entering and depart-
ing from the Terminal are drawn
by electricdmotors-no smoke, no
noise, no dust, no soot.
Train platforms are broad, and
level with car floors; no steps to
climb, or descend.
For the comfort and needs of
women, there are private rest rooms

Surrounding the Terminal is
building a new civic center, em-
bracing convention, amusement
and exhibition halls, hotels, clubs,
and restaurants, post office, express
offices, modern office and apart-
ment buildings and numerous
stores and specialty shops.
The new Grand Central Termi.
nal is located in the heart of New
York, and is the only station on all
lines of local traffic-the subway,
the surface and the elevated. More
than 7,000 cars pass its doors every
day, affording easy transit facilities
to the furthermost part of New
York City and suburbs. Within a
radius of a few blocks are 49 hotels,
58 clubs and 35 theatres.
Plan your next trip East over
the Water-level Route of the New
York Central Lines. Enjoy three
hours along the Hudson, and reach
the heart of New York through
this remarkable Terminal.

and hairo
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to Dr. May at the Waterman gym for General hospital staff, which were an-
physical examination this morning be- nounced this week, U. of M. graduates
tween 10:00 and 12:00 o'clock. are found to form a large percentage.
Graduate Placed on Hospital Staff. Following is a list of the Michigan
Of the appointments to the Detroit doctors selected for positions on this

staff: Doctors H. N. Torrey, R. S.
Rowland, T. B. Cooley, T. J. Levy, Wil-
lam Metcalf, J. E. Gleason, W. H. Mor-
ley, and W. A. Evans.

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Senior Lils Will Hold Luncheon Today
Senior lits to the number of 150 will
gather this noon in Barbour gym for
a "get together" luncheon. Dancing

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will follow and will continue until 2:00
o'clock. Registrar and Mrs. A. G. Hall
and Dean Myra B. Jordan will act as
chaperones.

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Clothes

to

Order --$20

to

$40
received.

Fit and satisfaction guaranteed. 500

new spring Woolens just

F. W. GROSS, = 123 East Liberty
Exclusive Local Representative of Ed. W. Price & Co., Merchant Tailors, Chicago

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