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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1926

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CITY OPENS DRV
FOR NEW HOTEL

Com~mitee Named To Take Charge O)
ostruction Plans neude
Two Faculty Members
TO A.WAR CQNTRACTS
Ann Arbor launched its campaig
for a new, uip-to-date hotel yesterday;
when the board of directors of the
Chamhber of Commerce appointed eigh
men to take charge of plats for it
construction. The committee includes
Dean Edmund E. Day of the School
of Business Administration, and Prof.
Henry E. Riggs of the engineering col-
lege. Other committees were appoint-
ed and plans laid for the coming finan-
cial campaign, to be managed by R. F.
Keltner, of Hockenbury, .Inc, at a
meeting of the executive 'committee
last night.
The first decisive step in the cn-
struction of the proposed hotel for
Ann Arbor was taken last week VA a
' meeting of the board of directors,
,which accepted a report of the build-
iigcommittee recommending an m-
mediate contract with the Hockenbury
System, Inc., of Harrisburg, Pa., for
, the financing and with the H1. L. Stev-
ens company of Chicago, architects.
Representatives of both companies
were present and outlined plans fo
the erection of the hotel.
The construction of a building of at
least 100 rooms at a cost of approxi-
mately $500,00 was advised by the
.Committee, as much of the stock as
possible to be sold to citizens in and
near Ann Arbor. In case all shares
fare not sold, the remainder is to be
coveredl by issuing bonds.
IJ Prospective plans provide that all
4the labor be hi red as far as possible in
F Ann Arbor, with the exception of the
foremen and skilled labor, which the
Stevens company will bring in, in or-
'der that the hotel be kept a municipal
,proposition, engineered in the main by
inn Arbor residents.
;The report was accepted by a vote
of 15 to .
OSLO, Norway.-Capt Roald Amund-
sen'and Lincoln Ellsworth left Sunday
for Spitzbergen for the Arctic ex-
pedition.
AT THE THEATERS
Arcade-"The New Klondike,"
with Thomas Meighan.
} Majestic-"Let's Get Married,"
with Richard Dix and Lois Wil-
4son.
IWuerth- .The Early Bird," with
S Johnny Hines.I
Today-Stage
Garrick (Detroit) -George Arliss
4 in "Old English".
Bonstelle Playhouse (Detroit)-
"Badges."
SShubert Lafayette (Detroit) -
S Bertha Kalich in Sudermann'
S "Magda."
New Detroit (~etroit)-Thurs-
Shubert (Detroit)toteMaiin "Gntlemen
I Prefer Blondes," with Frank
fMorgan and Mildred 'MacLeod.j
DETOITTHEATRES
~'J DTHIS ' WEEK
ARRI Eves. - 5c to$3.30
AR R IC Wed. Mat. 0c to $2.20
' Sat. Mat. 5c to $2.75
WINTHROP AMES presents
GEORGE ARLISS in John Galsworthys
fl.~Idh4 IIA lik A NMa ts 5Cutor$ur5
sUIIlliI Prayhiouse at.u . 1.50
Woodward at IEiiot Tel Glendale 9792

In The Mystery Comedy Drama
Dy Max Marvin & Edward Hammond
In(hp f tunQI# Lafayette at $befg *tSh b rqaf y teyhs 'o
V'op.Thurs.Mat. 50c to $1.5o, plus tax. Cad.87o5
The Distinguished Artiste ,
BERTHA KALICH
Student Cars ,
A half-dozen unusual buys
Buicks
Chevrolets
Fords
Open Models

Will Go To Pole University Graduates Offered
W Vacant Posts In Marine Corps
4~ Vacancies in the United States Ma1 the pay, allowances, rank, command,
rinc corps in the grade of seond andi duty of other officers of the same
f M , r ? 1 ~~~~lieutenant will be filled by appoint grade, and will be required to corn- olg n nvriy g a ltea cus fi sr ci ni il
. r~ates who have completed the pe tary subjects, at the end of which time,
' scribed military training as given in they will be examined physically and
the H. . T. C. unit here. All unma- mentally to determine their fitness for
rigid mn of the class of '26 betwen lI permanent commissions and to fix
.?:> x? the ages of 20 and 25 who have comi their relative positions on the lineal "
rw s pete d, or will hrave completed, the list.
V prescribed military training by the lHeadquartrs of the United States
~ end of this semester are eligible for Marine corps requested that applica-
GMappontment. Lions be in by April 1, but applications
1Maj. I~einold Mlbrg, in commandI may still be entered.
- of the University R .0.T1. C. unit en-a
Icourages students to apply for com- LIMA. Peru.-The secretary of state
i ' miss ions. He says, "It is pleasant' has conferred with President Leguia
. work anti offers wonderfuopossbilities concerning the situation arising from
for travel." !the attack by a mob of 2000 on the
Those applicants who are accepted Peruvian legation at La Paz. Bolivia.
i will be given a proationary comniis-
k scn for a period of two years with all Patronize Daily Ayverlsers.-Adv.'
Still another Amreican expediton
has entered the aerial race for polar.
honors. Robert Anderson Pope, New
Yorker, is the sponsor. HeI will"not
merely attt to reach the pole, but 0 aMMIhI iR e
to explore the whole of. the 1,000,000,
square miles of Arctic region.
i
RESEARCH DCLUB TO HER ..AT THE
COLB, HOBBS TONIGT' LIKS HO S maIL"N
Prof. Walter E. Colby of the physics[
department, and Prof. William H.. VHITMORE LAKE
Hobbs of the geology department, will
be the~ speakers at the annual com-
mnemoration meeting of the Research( Fetniring I
club to be held at 8 o'clock tonight in
room 2,528 of the new Medical build- ; ry s*1"
Pofessor Colby 's paper will be giv- IIIa0 1u a 1 lI
en in memory of Ohn's'law, which was
formulated in 1826, and Professor
Hobbs will talk in honor of the birtha
of-James Hutton in 1726.
Members of the Women's Research
club and of the Junior' Research club
are -invited to attend the meeting to-
______Wednesday, April 21
night, it was also announced.
ROME:-Receiving Premier Mussol-I And Every Wed.,8ri ad' 1
ini on his return from Tripoli, ingSa ,
Victor Emmanul congratulated him
on the success of his visit. _______________________________________________
TODAY AND
{ TOMORROW 9T NOW SHOWING
Matinees Nights
2:00-3:40 7:00-8:40
Prices Prices
10Oc, 25c, 35c 10PI~ ~~mlc, 35c, 50c }
RiSE a nd lS INE!,
The sune is up!"'The Cock' crows!
The dew is on the clover; time for all you good people
to freshen up your sense of humor with thisj
SPARKLING, BUBBLING DRAUGHT
OF LAUGHTER

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ALBERT AUGI$-A COKIATE1ST SEWS

LAST TIMES
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captivating flapper. So
the pretty inot~her says,
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So rshe does. And
she's some stepper!
Atnd~ some dresser!
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