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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, APRIL ^'2. 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. APRIL 22, t~25

plete except for about one third of Terrazzo partitions are about 80 per
C N T U T O ON the second floor. cent complete.
COSRUTONOFile partitions are also in plae~ Of th'e 976 temperature rgltn
IIOSPITAL PU S D D Iswolf underway. Onz the seventh 0do e o. ~iixh a nd ffft floors
ceptfo patebing, is complete fo Elmira college gi rl students have
Building Committee Indicates Rapid tiie sixth to the third floor. Mtuch i
Progrress in Routine Work !,oile has also, been done oil the aopteda baby' whose parents were a
On Building secondI and first floors. j too poor to car'e for her and(are
All cement Floors, excep~t on the ;lbinging her uiciunder the care of theI
RE PORT MADEPUL ji second floor andl the ground floorsf school physician, iDr. Caroline Law-
of the main building, have been rence. "Patricia. Gables," as the girls 1
Indcaton r api th ~ poured. These spaces are now being call her, has 500 mothers who talceI
Indcaio ofspelprogress inrol-;usedfo storage. Terrazzo flooring turns i caringfo her. When school
tine construction work at tenew, is in complete, except for about 2,000 closes for the summzer the baby will
University hospital building, which is ISquiare feet which is yet to b~e ground. be returned to her natural parents.
being hurried for completion early
In the 'summer, is given in the report ___________________________________________
of the h~iild4i~ omittee.maln u rnh- I

Madrid, April 2.-When King Al- Berlin, April 21.- Ping-gong has
fonso celebrates his thirty-ninthl returned to favor' in Berlin. A tab~le
birthday Mayv 17, lie will receive a1 tennis club) recently was estabilslmd
message of cong,,atilati on carried andI 50 organizations joined it. A
200 miles by 200 relay runner,,; irom tourrnamrent is being pLanned for nest
Valencia to Madlrid in 15 bou rs. fall.
SUMMER WORK
! Mr. R. S. Branch of Chicago will interview Michigan
University men and women who wish employment for this
coming vacation at the Hotel Allenel on

Saturday, April

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1925

VLtueuu*uiu,,cfilLfl*~tet L undue j
lie yesterday.
Throughout the building, the heat-I
ing and ventilating system is com-
plete, except for the placing of grilles
In vent openings, and the connectingE
of several radiators which have been
disconnected to allow plastering.
Plumbing fixtures are also more
than 70 per cent in place.
The lighting and nurses signal
system conduit is, completely roughed
in, 'except in the corridor of the sub-
basement of the surgical wing, and inj
the corridors of the main buildingk
and demonstration wing. Wire pull-j
ing, and the installation of switches
and plugs is complete from the top
floor down to and including the
second floor. Work on the first floor
is two thirds complete. Wire pulling
for the nurses' signal 'system is corn-

OPENING DANCE
--At-
WHITMORE LAKE
TON l~dlT, APRIL 22
JIN BURKE PRESENTS
SIX OFW1AMONS

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Applicants are requested not to call before 9 A. M.

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I 1Aurke's is the first dauee hail upon reaching the Lake

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Good Music
and Con
Those two arc synonymous.
And couplced with this is the
fact that Conn Instruments
are easiest to playi. Anyone
can learn to play in a very
short time and the advantage
to be gained thcrefrom is
great.
In the Spring-when canoe-
ing and other outdoor sports
are the vogue-the Peter
Pan Gramaphone-is a mighty
handy little instrument to
have along. And they are,
cheap too !
CONN MUSIC .SHOP
14 NICKELS ARCADE

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CLOTHES FOR THE COLLEGE MAN

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Half the Pleasure
of Goming Back
Is In eating at dole's place
once agaili. Woiking as hard
as ever to give you better meals
at tower prices.
Complete Meals from
"Soup to Nuts"

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The FLY-FRONT COAT
~~ROAD shouldered, easy
hanging-their conservatism
proclaims their smartness.
Cut in lightweight and winter
weight woolens in patterns
approved by college men.
$3450 to $4950
NAT LUXENBERG & BROS.
841 BROADWAY, NEW YORK
At Next howiaog (
AtCampus Bootery, 304 S. State St.
May 7th and 8ths
Our style memo. book sent free on req~uest

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Good Eats
Cafeteria
Williams

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THE MAX ER-SCHAIRER
COMPANY
STATIONER. PRINTERS, ENGRAVERS.
OFFICE OUTFITTERS

i 12 0. Ma i St.

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Phone 1404

COLLIEGE GROCERY
GROCERIES &
NECESSITIES
What You Want and What You Don't
Expect To Find Here

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changed to
Blacks tone

616E William

Phone 885-J

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OPEN EVENINGS

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131w -Bugl'e Blow!
S(but when I Went to smoke-I)
Hblew at it like a bugle. He puffed
a~tit with' might and main. He shouted
\unprin table words. And then he
chgnged'to -Blackstone.
Now ;he gets . free-drawing cigar-
always. He gets even-burning, firm-
ash cigars--always. He gets extremely
mild Havana filler--always. He gets
the .ckanest,.made of fine cigars-
There are bigger cigars, if size is
what you seek. But at Blackstone
prices it is impossible to make a larger
cigar of such choice tobaccos. Black-
st~fe -was a fine cigar S2 years ago.

If you are thinking of a trip to
EUROP E this Summer
Write for illustrated booklets and
complete information about our
COLLEGE SPECIALS
Tourist Third Cabin--Entire Third Cabin
accommodations reserved exclusively for
students, teachers, professional men and
women and similar congenial people.
Round TF'ip Rates as low as $155
It costs only a trifle more to travel on such
great-steamers asj
Majestic (56,551 tons) Honerie (34,359 tons)
W~orld's LargestiShip World's Sixth Largest Ship
Minuekahda
Entire ship reserved exclusively for Tourist Third Cabin.
No other passengers carried. You have free run of all decks.

nfHavana 's -best ,
filercrop..in
~years -- in your'
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Attractive sailing, convenient to the close of college.
To Antwerp via Plymouth and Cherbourg
Pittslburgh, June 18

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