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SUNDAY, {IMY 3, 1t925

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

PAGE x RES

DAILY PAGE '~7HREN

HOSPITAL WULL BE,
READY ON JUN

he completed May 31, and by June 30r
the major portion of remaining oddI
jobs will be completed.
At ~)F room, V ofl) fthe N ilding
are-. hli paint ed by compressed an.
yp3° .yers;, Wih Work st arting on)IIhe
i sixth floor. 'Compr essors to flurni-dh

electrical fixtures have all ben or-
dlered.
Heating and ventiting fixtures and1
nuaecs rcin place, while
pluming w «ork is; about 75 per cent
comlete14(.'t'i lepart itiot s,(excpt for
a few vrlichi are to be aidded laiter,
are in pilace throuighout the building.

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I Award Places In Wahnon May 2. - Secreta ,y y that President Coolidge expects I:suffI t, lntly to jlve is zbed.
I NL~eeks *who has been suffering from a! himz to return to his desk in a short
Poster C I te t hronlosis stroke for several weeks,I time. The President was' informed P ,-rnho aiy Ad, ci1is-rs - It
has shown such improvement recent- IFr iday that Tv] r. Weeks haol re nvere :iuys.-- ts.
First place in1 the W. A. A. p~oster

Princ iptil Work lli be [completed By'lpressure for the sprayers aria localted 1Plastering isti
May 31, Says ('cliristejisen copetd on theu third floor. Af'ter p~ainting is work in the ac
In Report Icmltd electrical fixtures wvill he! cepti for stater
--ihung, a 11( linoleum floors will be now comnplet e.
ROOM AR PANTE 1 idl. Iti iolenni for the Ilooring haIm
RAIOiVI AR P IN ED been dleli vered at the lhospitalI, while IE !,A 1 I lhE
Unless unforeseen conditions arise,
the new University hospital will be
ready for use July 1. That is the
word given by Assistant Secretary J.
C'. Christensen, in a report of build-.
ing operations issuedl yesterday. ''
Principal work in the building willTo m lcer s vain f
Special SuhdayrDill

well tender Way. lMarble
dmlinistration taing., ex-
I. troads and risers, is
CLRASSIFIED:1)ADS),

contest for Lantern Night and field
d cay has been awarded to Florence
P~robst, '26. The poster made by
Mary Vent-Miller, '27, was placed
second, while Mary Louise Miller, '26,
ranked third.I
The winning poster is wvoiked out1
in orange anid black and represents a
senior ini cap l) andgown carryinig I ho
ra ditional1 lantern. Copies of thle
winining p~osters will lie displayed in}
(onispicuous places ab~out the camp]us. I

SENIOR NOTIVEa
All caps~ andi gowns or'dered at
George Moe's for Swing ()lt.
hav neo1w lheelsreceivxed. SeniorsI
will pleI"a call for the ir gownsj
Z, soon0 a; p35 )sile so that.
Ilhere ovwill n1101 he it rash on thie
last daiy.

STUDENTS WHO VWANT." WC !OKE
DURING SUMMER VACAT' I SE
UBETWEEN8 AD 5MON DAY"
I UESDA Y.
We hired ov er 300 )muemi fro~m Mliaim lovt y1 3 al-d Ii' r ead
bared sev eral Ils ya I'r. 0o io;; want :i ah
CALL AT R00313131,NICkEL" UA DE'iq

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Electrical
supplies
.We can furnish you with
supplies as well as the ser-
vice for installing 'them.
Ernst Brother's
ELECTRIC SHOP
104 N. Fourth Ave.
Phone 7776-M

Phone 40 19

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which is our temporaryv phone
number and not the numbrier
listed in the dir~ectorY.

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FIRST CLASS OLD TOWN
CANOES FOR RENT
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I On Huron River at the foot of Cedar Street

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you're not the only oe-five other beaux fell
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