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TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1925r

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FACE ''IRrI

.a.u.Yrs ar ...

EXPECT HOSPITAL
COMPLETION SOON'

university Of Chicago Plans
ToErect Huge Gothic Chape,

Effots JDirect ed to Iunrry
Of~ Building For Use
Sunattler

touch with the students and notify ity houses stating the nature of the ( Bucharest, March 30"-.A1 uisr
IIthem of everything that is going on.j meeting and the absol, , necessity of decree prohibits governmnt epi
Perhaps there should 1be another w'~~attnig"mnsfoyreigarn n u
Of notifying t hemt other than Tl plies which can be obt. ined ~Cr
DZIa ilay." T e _______________________
UDavidl Paley,'2.-: -"I thinky the main I OTEAT HEQUIONTOICHT
b 1rao for not obtaining a quorum at EIRNTC
t~he Ineeting of Union members for'
PL C e o -n;iderinf the proposed amec-alcnt There will a meeting of th e
I I h alr f h no ogt senior literary class committee f,
_____________ into close contact with the indivwidual at 4 O'ciocL today in room 306j
1 (13 ' qri Iio :1 o ~ t ~~ I oldain, '27. -of 'the of the Union.
ion the amndnia H. *a ionz last qlt.o.u n i4 cdue to the failure to send '<
11Wednesday,? eardts around to each of the fratern-'V'' TTEUNO OIhT
Where 1 ] wi wn .fro.
j ,r a~swes: . (UI~ci ~ '2. "! ca p.y oet anf

This

EQUIPMENT LISTA FILED )
Wit~h the new Medical building cofi-
pleted, bult one major project, the hos-
pital, remains on the present blill
program of the University.
At the new hospital, efforts are be-l
ing directed toward making the build-
;, g ready for use early in the sum-
Mer. lPginning next week, the Pres-i
cut s chedule of work calls' for the
complletion of a floxor a week. Con-
tracts have been let for painting the
rooms andI corridiors by me~Ln;7 of
spraying machines, the work being
scheduled to start tomorrow. Tel!p
spraying machines will be used on thy;
job.
By the time painting;bgins, con-
struction work will hrave "been coin.
pletedl on the three top floors, it is
expected, and if the floor-a-week sche-
dule is mnaintalned, the building will
.be 'ready for the installation of
equipment by May 31.
Estimates on equipmuent for the hos-
pital are now being made by the
Buildings and Grounds department in
accordance with drawilpgs completed
b~y the building committee last week.
The drawings call for individual. es-
timnates on the cost of equipment in
each room. The arrangement of furna-
iture and equipment in the rooms is
pictured on~ the drawings. As soon
as estimiates: are accepted, construction '
will start in the University shops.
Actual construction work on the
new Medical building has been com-
pleted. Special equipment lists have
been filed with the building commit-
tee showing the needs of the various
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fir ~to geit a enun ' I e 1, an 1 K.1 but why do it whn yk a cat
m s up t 111is Iit 0 woI get the latest modis, the finest
wero opposed((to flue au !an ty-H imported and domestic tethers
e , , oulln edawayso tle' and the best workmanship in
*3@" '7Cd y , ' lm fl( 'C ('all5OaSe i .«t7Dlu 1w Jhn Ward M1en's Shoes at
l arnit o the odil jodyO iplyB
to. at z^ > If~~1. Ross lowrs, 27.-"(The 111Lj-R EV } dSpty
, y r ty of frti vrtnfqiit b irlMR. C. P. LATHROP at
I . rtrnt oS s J~e bnIH ii r~.~d~
I;A. ... . n fatriyhk6 E l'1b tlt,._ CARIERS, 306 S. Sate
ion, and so0j e i hotS 7llitrestCed :(In & NINY1..)N M EV1VTCA fXL[ gAriod, 3rd, 4th
s they w1r.114l tc is thiey wvent hr
A great Gothic chapel which will Sir 01l1e> Gibert Scott, of England, more often."'0 C IIE S 'T' BR. .iA
dint iIfl ic t iCacg ed'fit ex3tof the great Liverpool _Abe I.Ooosv ~7--' o.
cempus isto be crecte.l ithinti eat hedr al. cerely think thu t r tprlelf s do ot 1 ahe 'efc htm' oISSXO
" Tile cl <:p(h~lel will be architecturally an interest in wthat is oning0on about Pretryh
nest felt months, according to an iiO~one ~vSFrOF
nnnemnmaercnlattea lot lui cat hedral with a nave 41 them or a gi'uerin would havenben Stores inaNehiYork, dress foNwrkMi
Tnnun eme chiae ecil enatl ait ietv d.acac] ettasp~peet oe.i ntethe-ely i B. eny'on Dal 1Meteaif f'. It. letcafScrsinNworBool Nwr
unvri'.the t.fault of owthe s elit sodyenasrof-
of the greoat building pr'ogramuwhich I tideppo5Jil"it on the east a tran- i477-t 815..3b2of therers.9i udshouldNewYerk itk
the university is uudertak=ing in 19251se~±al tower 20(0 fethg.twilb casofheUonhudkeepn____high.________________It________will______________be____
as part of its campaign for $17,500,000, i212 feet long- and will provide seats /,. -
whic ibegcu(Itely uuu n 2,000 lpeople. Unlike practically I .' N \ * "
throughout the country. all English cathedrals, it will be so - __ '~'. '"
TChe chapel was provided for in thej constructed that each of the 2,000 can
final ~ ~ ~ ~ b gift made to e nivrity byt'5 d both ;see andl hear the speaker. __________________
John D. Rockfle ni ssi
is to cost at least 9,1,500,000. It wasNO S I
designed by the late Bertram Coodue, Mexico City, March 30.-Mexico has SEii
he great master of Gothic architecture,! rejected the invitation of the League PL y GTO-DAY~
and the plans have been approved by of Nations ,to the congress for the
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departments, anal as rapidly as l)5i- in Gnevain My. i111I l~illilltldllll1111111#JlIII11lIllI 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 i:
b11e, thnie writys beng turned ot in . 5(Jt EN 6UPREMACY SIGNFCANT IN ITS MEANING
thFnv riy so s iliiIIIIll lltllil11 ii lilin 1lliltf llltiilt!al!llliiililii llfll
VOTE'Read the Want Ads
V01;AlE 1'1F NIONTOl Git~i(IT. Thousands of People Sunday AStill- Talking
Abcut It!d
GJEORGE
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pat o this story. OLY YOUG YORSELFI~ by seilug - /
r+it can ,rasp the co('Cil is 55c~liaxes,."Be your tasi al cenhsoy hsi h re etadbd o
. - .. : x 1M1 11a~~~~~~~~~~lot it nm y '' the cointless n les w ill am ae ye, forin al U r r h s o y t s t e g e t st nd b s yuPR D C D A T i S G E IN CO T 0 ;
. $ 2,000,0 00.
MUfSICALLY
W Xe are using twe'fn ty muscianls to properly present
iTe N. Y. snore, the equal of which has never been
brd lin any Ann Abor theatre.
OPULAR. P1RCES '
\T INFE - lL ,SEATS....................be
iILJK.N.. da k LSEATS'....................S50t
C(>' I JlIDPEN.......................25c
ii f" L(10 V~i......................Su
Ii~uuE~ eregret Jun inr to turn aay those who came late.
r{ r IIIIIt Egot:<1-ovr yon will bud'm choice seats from now on if

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