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March 18, 1926 - Image 2

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fiHP- MICHIGAN DAILY

^' THURSDAY ', MARCH 13, 1929

TI-4V MTCI-TTCAN DAT! Y THURSDAY. MARCH 18, 192G

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U.S. S. Tennes see Practices Nlew

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AT THE THEATERS I
Today-Screen
mnent," with BetzILyon and M i o tf \M ic iigain
} Blanche Sweet.:
Majestic-"Rainbow Riley," with
.Johny Hnes.You Who Graduate in.June
W et-TeVanishing, Amer- IL n uRy u er
ican," with Richard Dix. I e du -o re r
I ~Today-Stage'
r We are a long established Michigan manu-
Garrick (Detroit) - "Dancing. 1 facturer of enviable reputation. WVe want men,
j Mothers," with Mary Young Ipeeal btntncsaiy rm Bsns
and John Halliday. Ipeeal btntncsaiy rm Bsns-
I Administration, Literary or Engineering. Depart-
SBonstelle Playhouse (Detroit)-- i
I "why Noot?" I ents, who earnestly seek business opportunity.
Shubrt Lfaytte Detoit)- iWrite us fully, remembering that our only oppor-
"Chariot's Revue." tuiyo judging youi h hrce fyu
reply. Your correspondence will be treated con-
Ndew Detroit (Detroit)-"George ; fidentially, our story in detail will be promptly sent
Wht'sSadas"I to you, and personal appointments made at our
mutual convenience.
LOCAL EVENTS Address F-25, care Michigan Daily
For notices not other wise mentioned inI
The Daily. items will be published on
two successive days only. Copy must
be submitted to the Local Events
Editor by 4 P. M.
Thiursdaiy
Regla metig o te Critia jSmoker' of the American Associationzt clock at the .Union. Admission,' 25
Science society in Lane hail auditzor- of Mechanical Engineers at 7:30 0'- cents.
mmz at 7:30 o'clock.

Naval forces of the United States are working out
blie foreign invadlers, in maneuvers in Guantanamno bay,(
broadlside from t he starboard side whiiile in target praceticf

new tactics for t he defense of the country fromi possi-
Cuba. Photo shows. U. S. S: Tennessee ready to fire a

bring the seating capacity to (0,000.
A still greater demand for, seats will
be satisfied b)y a.solidI block of bleach-
ers to be built at the south end, an~d
for which provisions have already!
been made. The total seating capa-
city will 'be 74,000.
Gavin Madden, engineer, who is in
charge of the structure, has miade a!
close study of all the stadia. plants in
the United States and will endIeavor
to incorp~orate the most useful fea-

turps of each in the Northwestern I
stands. Special attention' is to be4l
paid to-" drainage, while a runningjr
track will be built within the walls
and underneath the two sides of the
plant. Provisions will be made for
locker and athletic rooms, showerj
baths, and gymnasium rooms, while
spectal suites will be constructed for
both home and visiting teams.
Elevators will be built to lead to 1
the press stands, and these will havw;

private entrances and exits. Tele-
phone and telegraph facilities will be
set in abundance in the press box.

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Corner William and Maynard
Ann Arbor, Mich.

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