THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURD
Gopher Stadium Not Complete
For Wolverines To Dedicate
Rumors emanating from Minne- 'There is nothing but the best of
apolis to the effect that Michigan [ feeling for Michigan and from pres-!I
woul notdediate he nw1 ent indications we should sell out the
would not dedicate the new Gopher j entire seating capacity for the Michi-
stadium at the time of the Michigan- gan-Minnesota game. The demand is
Minnesota game on November 1, were, much greater than for the dedication
confirmed this morning in a telegram game."I
from F. W. Luehring, director of Incommenting on Minnesota's de-
cision, Director Yost said this morn--
athletics at the University of Minne- ing, "This situation is similar to the
sota. The reason is that the stadium one which arose at Iilinois last year
is not completed and cannot be fin- when the Chicago game had been
ished before the middle of November. planned as th'e dedication game. How-
"It has been our plan from the be- ever, the Illinois stadium was not
ginning, " stated Director Luehring completed until nearly a year later
in his telegram to Director Yost, "to and so dedication was deferred until
have the dedication at the time of the ! this year."
first big home game and have Home-
coming at the time of the second big CIO to Mobdl'Z IWomen.
"The greater University corpora- The General Federation of Women's
tion, which provided the funds for clubs, through its legislative * com-
the stadium, thought that it would be mittee, is stressing the importance of
illogical to dedicate the stadium be- mobilizing club women for "child
fore it was fully completed. Although labor amendment drive." Arkansas :isj
all the seats are ready, the structure the first state to ratify the amend-
will not be fully completed until No- ment.. A two-thirds ratification is
vember 15, at which time the Great- necessary to make the amendment,'
er University corporation plans the adopted by congress, into law affect-
dedication. i &n s a sire
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For. the benefit of our patrons, we wish to announce that
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Over Arcade Theatre
The social season-now in full swing-
calls for the display of attractive jewelry.
Realizing this fact, we especially wish to
call to your attention our beautiful dis-
play of wrist watches in original and dis-
State Street Jeweler
Special on Pom Pom Corsages
Store at 9 Nickels Arcade
Greenhouses, 1400 Traver St.
South State Street
Old Barbecue starts delivering
"The Red Lily"
far-famed barbecued meat sandwiches
Monday. Only $.10
delivery-orders of six
- Enid Bennett
and over accepted. They sure will go
good on these chilly fall evenings.
Whole new reel of Pictures of the
Illinois Game in addition to those
showing the first half.
In a New Program
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