THE 1'ICHIGAN DAILY
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324 South State Street
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SECTIONAL VIEW OF THE NEW GRAND CENTRAL TERMINAL, NEW YORK CITY
H. H. FRAZEE Presents
4e Silver Wedding
With THOMAS A. WISE
STU ENTS I
There's a Reason Why
Eat at. Painter's
109 North University Ave,
112 W. Huron St.
Regular Meals 25c
Good in Both Places
If You Don't Oet Enough
HE interior of the New York
Central Lines' new Terminal,
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.
ih Officers of Mchiigan Convene Broad inclin
In Ann Arbor for Second place of stairs -
Annual Meeting street to train
G RESUME BUSINESS TODAY. walk.
alth officers from the entire state Standing at1
ichigan met here yesterday for on 42nd Street
econd time since their organiza-TC
became a state association. Two Twentieth Cent
ns were held during the day and the waiting ro
ers read papers relating to cur- The move
the afternoon, Mayor Wi. Walz is a progressiv
d the sesson in the west amphi- windows comir
er of the medical building with man windows
dress of welcome. Three talks officethird,the
given in regard to sanitation and
elfare of public health through-
he state. Open discussion was There are no
on each paper. time
V. C. Vaughan, dean of the med- l t p
epartment and a member of the direct from wai
board of health, spoke to thec
ers of the association on "Eugen-
ast evening in Sarah Caswell An-
.all. Following this address theThere are tw
r business meeting of the asso- each 300 b I
n was called.
meetings will be continued to-
At 9:00 o'clock this morning, two
s wlil be read relatng to the mu-
I control of disease and the
es to be followed. This after-
at 2:00 o'clock, the subject of the NAVY OFFERS STUDENT TRIP
ition and cure of tuberculosis EACH SUMMER.
is importance with relation to -
health will be discussed. The (Continued from page 1.)
ation will adjourn this after- and night attacks by torpedo boats,
submarines and ships of the line.
Zed walks take the
-the distance from
is a short, easy
the center entrance
you can see The
ury Limited, across
rom and concourse.
ent of the traveler
e one, the ticket
ig first, the Pull-
next, the baggage
n your train.
steps to retrace, no
tng room or con-
o great concourses,
.?O feet, one for
through passengers and the other
for suburban passengers.
The tracks on two levels within
the terminal aggregate 33 miles.
Forty-nine acres are devoted to
through traffic and thirty acres to
Thirty thousand people may be
comfortably accommodated in this
terminal at one 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 electric motors-no smoke, no
noise, no dust, no soot.
Train platformt 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
and waiting rooms with maids in
attendance, toilet rooms, manicure
and hair dressing rooms, and shops
-all within the terminal.
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 eater-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
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Dixie Club to Meet Tonight.
Men from the sunny southland will
hold an informal session at the Union
at 7:00 o'clock tonight. The gathering
will be in the nature of a sociable
smoker and a "get together" preceded
by a short business meeting. At this
time the club will elect faculty mem-
bers. All those who have not yet
signed the constitution will be given
Advertiser to Talk to Chemists.
Norman I. Taylor, advertising mana-
ger for Frederick Stearns Co., Detroit
will speak to the Prescott club this
afternoon at 4:00 o'clock in room 303
of the chemistry building. His topic is
"Retail Drug Store Advertising and
FRED W. GROSS
will consider it a pleasure to show you the 500 handsome woolens and styles approved for men's wear for
SPRING & SUMMER as presented by Ed. V. Price & Company,
Merchant Iailors, Chicago. By leaving your measure now you will secure clothes that represent greater intrinsic value
than can be obtained from any other source, regardless of the cost.
Deliveries arranged to suit F' Liberty
your own convenience. 123 EL. St.