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THE MICHIGAN, DAILY

TUEISDAY, OCTOBER 2,

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Valencia III, the largest seaplanie in Briitish service.

The giant Vickers Valentin II, 1 argrest. seaplane in the Britishi air service, Avas built under the utmost sec-
recy. u No pictures of it were obtained until after its first test,. Thel plane lias a ,wing span of '112 feet, is driven
by two 650-h1orsepower motors of the Roll. Royce "Condor" type.
A rchitectvJielm, Oct. 1--(13y A.P)-Ain air
L ""din..Europeant;'i'i in Enr,7oue has to get his pass-j
I' c nie H re A.sIfauc -r.t~coi't .vrtl forc'ery country over
'"lil 1 lies, ven fl Lhe soes not-
_____________ j; ndto il.din that. country. This
El el Saarinen, internationally- {tect for the Peae P-alace ztthejl ie t e Oas I lid ra5cell-aCP, tinr Ig
known architect, who will come to IHague. o*idrn r n'c e" landing, findiig
Anin Arbor in November to act as; The course wich e i ill g v i i 1hi' llaS 'v state without the
visiting professor in architectural de- beope only to I(L ic c? i i~'1'a pCIUOfl(itto
sig, s cnsderd y mstarcitc-ate students. "IHo ,'i Ilo( i ure,. o'ri t -
siniscosierdbymot rcitc-scizing architectural (lesir~iP. Dailc7, :sifie l for real results.
tural critics as being one of the most - --
distinguished architects of Eumrope. , "
By winning second place in the Clii- 1''~'
csago Tribune competition for a de- Y.~~:7 ~""
sign for a new building, Mr. Saarin- 4

Ni:tb1Prfessor I 'ir
sopee.to be boiliniy ovV."
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city, through ourV corps of courteous clerks; and including our matchless line
of well.-known make-s, our service is faultless.
As an example of the lines we carry, you may continue to purchase here
y ur favorite Be-tty WYales or Peggy Paige gowns; Eiffel or Kayser silk hose
and boats i, ' Conde or Hfart, Schaffner & Marx.
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