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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1925

THE MICIG0AN DAILY

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NEARCOMPLETION
Building IVill hoeuse Offics of Yost,
FdIer, SlathI'er, Farrell, -and
Puiblicit y Iepart ment

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Gt~o ogis Spe ks lie trip wa~s a pleasure trip!
Geoogit e ;r. , ildl did(1some collecting of
On Canoe Travel ocl' and ul i dit( the ro k formations
of he (oflitify.
I':i;were discirised for the steak'
"Canoe Tra vel in ('a iiada' we h " 8 lie fh lu ., ohldila
topic on whichI L. Il (M . 01 1 lof ie fewv. v el, ,at which all Freshman
I g eolegfy (lepartinenfL add ressed i~e bfors are Lft o lbe thle guestsof the
foret' ry clu bs at it:. ifectiiig li t te { la.
Natra Science buzilding last night.
I lc spoke hriefly of I iecx 'I(, ~Ie h aiysl tfryuti
the gained while canoeing 600 7i ls( !101telal eli o o hI
in the NorthI Ontario coujntryr. Al-, the Classified columins.--Adv.

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ANTICIPATE EXPANSION
Repairing and1 redecorating work
on -the new Adminiistration building of
the Athletic association at Ferry field
w ill he completedl next Wednesday,I
when the tile, which is now being in-
stalled, is ready-for use. The Admin-
istration building was the old field
house before the constructions of the1
Yost field house.
The ile and woodwork is the same
as that at the Union and the dlecora-
tions are very similar to those at the
the older building. Trophy cases will
occupy the space at both sides of the
main lobby, and will be filled with
trophies, which are already too num-3
erous to be kept in the alloted space
at the Yost field house.
The offices on the south side of the.
building will be occupied by Coacll
Fielding H. Yost, director of inter-
collegiate athletics, and his office
staff. On the north side of the build-
'ing will be two rooms, one for all the
assistant coaches, and the other for
roaches Fisher, Mather and Farrell,
'head coaches respectively in baseball,
basketball and track.
On the 'second floor there is the office
of the publicity department, which Mr.
Tack and his staff have already occu-
pied, and a large hall, which, will
eventually be transformed into see-
lioins, one of which will be used as a1
club roomi, reading room and library
for men in the four year course in
physical education. The other sections
kvill be used for offices for student as-
Isistants in the Intramural department.
'This, sliace wil be utilized as it is
needed.
The School of Physical Education
kWill use the old offices in the Yost
field house for classrooms when the
.remnovals are completed. These will
'also be redecorated for their new oc-
cupants, but work cannot be started'
!until the Administration building is
finished.

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ANN ARBOR
SHOP'
HATS CLEANED
AND BLOCKED
Shoe Repairing
and
Shoe Shining Parlor
"We make old hats and old
shoes look like new."
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
(h5iadLiberty St. Dial 3353

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The British Labor party has a new
leader, Robert Williams of London,j
former secretary of the transport
'workers' federation. le was electedi
chairman at convention in ILondon.
PAgRJOlWSKI AVIESU,5.E
AIR SERVICE ATDAYTO
Duintg portions of August and
September Prof. If' W. Pawlowski,
head of the aeronautical engineeriag
department, spent six weekhs tt the
army air service at Deyto), Ohio, in
the capacity of a consultinlg enlgineer.
'While carrying onl resca icl workh
there, he delivered several plaper:; on
aerodynamics and aerofoils. Accordl-
ing to a statement of an army officerf
at McCook field the effort:, of Proles--'
sor' Pawlowski greatly enhanced the
favorable repnutation which tl~e Uni-
versity has enjoyed with tl-e United
States air forces.
MANILA, Oct. 14.-Five deaths and
'11 new cases of cholera have been
reported.
DETROIT THEATRES I
THIS WEEK
Bonstelle Playhouse NTimrs $Io $.5
WoodwardI at Itliot Sat. Mat., to $'
]wINGAGPiM1KNI}EXTRAORDIN~ARY
CHIAS. L. WAGNE R Presents,
SIDNEY JBLACK~MER
In-Sabatini's American Romance
with MartltBryan Altersil

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OUR GANuI11-V wi'i':N'r iwi sI1
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S OFFICIAL CONCERT ()BIUN
OFFICERS Wi ,Orans
KAILT4.N6 r 1 ) X..
"AS NO MAN 1 HAS LOVED57
B a; ed Baal E wIi'tl h dref l o's Story3
"A MANI WITS-O.UT A COUNTRY"

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A. Great Star Hr Greats Role

Important Books '
Added To Library
During the last summer a review of
all the books published in the last
c ig ht years was ma de by the Library
''staff to discover what imp~ortant
books had been. overlooked and not
placed in the Library's collection. It
was found that there were about 300
Slacking, including novels, essays,
A plays, and especially poetry. 'these
are now in the Library as well as
about 100 new copies of books that
hi ad to be replaced.
Only the better authors were con-
Ssidered in the review. Not over one
work of any standard author, such a;
Barrio or Conrad, was found missing.
Modern poetry took first place in the
number of works overlooked.
LONDON, Oct. 12. - Breat Britain
spends annually about $20,000,000 for
Sscientifie research. But more than
half of, this sum goes to the admiralty,
the war office and the air ministry.
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SCREENDMS. We we s tand
most brilliant favorite in a grip-
ping tale of love and luxury.
Hurled by Fate into a world of
wealth, a girl enters into thrilling
adventure,' throbbing romance,
in a setting of gorgeous splendor.
You'll love this fascinating pic-
ture, with Norma Shearer even
better than in "He Who Gets
Slapped" aniid "Lady of the
Night" !

JOCK 'Wed"'- 50e. to $2.50
MM i Wed. Mat. 50c to $1.50
Sat ARat. 50c to $2.00
24th nig Week
TIL MIRACLE ,PLAY OF AMIERICA
rSEE IT! You Will Fvenlua1Iy!
WHY NOT NOW?
SPATS NOW for This and Next Week.
Schubert Lafayette Nph~'at CS h1
Thusda, bst eat, $~. at.Bat-grin Mat.,
bursaybes sets,4,.. St:.Mat., ece to $2.coI
Tel. Cadllac, 8705
The STUDENT PRINCE!
The Whale Town's Going !
Company- of j,50., GC rat Male Choi-us of 6,1.

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