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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

FRIDAY, APRIL u2, 1.927

THE MICHIGAN111=1111111 DAILYNOIROMIM0- IIFRIIDA1 ,APRI-22,192

FORMER KAISER MEETS MACKENtSEN STADIUM ASSUMING DEFINITE
OAN.19TH ANNIVERSARY OF SERVICE- AS CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION

SHAPEj
BEGINS

jiAIichingal's new m ilIlion dolla r st a-
d!iumt is beginning to take on a. d;,fi-
ite form as the Jameus LCe~ omlI -i
of minine")polis, \ i c on!-ra (lors for
concerete w~orl. are niow p)our'iig tons
of concre in IIto the wooden forms.
Theie xcavationi ortho bowl Nws
c oin 1)101ed :several wveeks ago) and all
effort sareC directe d to the cam rp1 et ion
of the seating (lecks. The work of
r8linig concrete is ceintered on the
en~ side ofci toe stad(Iium. The plan
of prlocedlure is to mrove ab~ouit the
howl on trackls laid to convey the
huge conicr(. e mixers, going from the
east section around1 to the soul .,vrn
portion and then back up) to the west
side and then around the northern
section to the east again. One hutge

taking ecare of te box seats andl the,
dIrainlage, in the so mue manne r. Andal
third is stationed s4olely at the huge
tunnel which runs Dend{, the dcks1:;to
the exits.{
The huge IimQnel which b ''n~
leading to exits s1Iso tories a pat sa ,
E ; way to the Iteamnroom,", showNe11s. andi
l ockers. There area. sub-t unn11els r*nn-
iing from the seatinldlks on Ithe,
cast side to e xits. The othecr sect 10115
rare not prof, ided with ttunels asthe
exits are m-a1 iui) 1 he seatsn , lover
tho top of the bowl.
rLI C con t 15 t callIs fer comnp11et~ion,3
of the stadium 101' 1 e inaaot'ga mes
this fall and the work is being 51-.
kly hushed in all de~tails.

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{ :II.*INOIS>.--- lie agricultural a

Iwoodeni tower,. in m3oving; about laybigug iege_ has drawn up a program to
thre seating decks. Aiiot her mixer is the farmier battle the c:orn1 borer.

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Think

Jhorner Kai,,er Wilhelm, with the Princess Hermine, is, pictured here
reeci%-ing at his D)oorn, IHolland, estate, Field Marshal von MX.acheusen, on
the fiftieth anniversary of the b~eginning of von Mlackeusen's milita ry ser-
vice.r
F i.

of the man in your town
has made a success of of
for 19, years! . . . . '0

Nell0

one business

What has he sold? Special discounts? Probably not.
More likely he has sold a product of known value.

People soon forget price., Lon; do1
products that give real service. And such
mands a fair price.

they remember
a service con-

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Dunlop's policy of building the finest tire made does
not lend itself to special discounts. It is a lire that is not
"gypped." Accordingly, people willingly pay a self-respct-
-ig price for a Dunlop tire.
SMITH TIRE CO.
Distributors for
Founiders of the Pneumatic Tire Industry

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No more needs be said, of Rusco Brake Lining. Ask the man
who has them on his car. Our Laundry Service ranks, us with. the
best. Call us for appointments.
Jim's Brake Service and Auto -Laundry
117 1EAST HURON ST.r DIAL 9262

IM 0R

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!.Trn Truck
with Stake Body
$680

The ELpic Poolyof
TheHeroes of Peace!
-never suhi spectacular
thrills finmed before!
'Th r , hi e~ 'I fsof iA ier-
vC ot Io~u'iiier to Iieli
lint oili ttae svreeii the
triee, te tmsh"nialiogstory
o1flihe realherioes of
heP'tee'', Mere it is-apIde.
f J tyre II':: Iwiill help ymU
iie ever t thiiiu , thlrob.-
lying 1119 centlof the army
-1' SEE:
;r = Daring rescues ;from
f,! Lburning buildings!
Ma MVcAvoy buried under falling

for Econvsinjl risaport .tious"
'sllre w nnwIn , i, ..
rolet av actaum
trkasreonstn
moves all for _even___ore
A gnewACrtiCle ne
groettn ne tca mo.
tor asfurinfewnerlie
oilk assaneesnsaad
suongerf enolne t
t heeavy, etr-
caseptic spro a-
g IIfr fwe

of the world's most popular
gear-shift truk

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Chevrolet is the world's most pop-
ular gear-shift truck because it offers,
at amazingly low prices, scores of
valuable :quality features not found
on" any other haulage unit in the
low price field.
Included in this list are numerous
recent mechanical improvements of
the utmost importance such as=AC
oil filter an AC air cleaner to protect
the motor from excessive wear and to
maintain at its peak efficiency the
smooth, effortless power, for which
Chevrolet's motor has long been' fa-
mous. Other new features are an im-
proved, transmission and new gear.
shift lever; a new and more conven-

jently located emergency brake; new
and stronger crowned fenders; a
new radiator of greater cooling ca-
,pacity; a new 17-inch steering wheel
-and even bullet-type headlamps to
give a distinctive touch of smartness !
These are but a few of the many new
quality features offered you in Chev-
rolet trucks-in addition to the 6&
inch channel steel frame, super-rug-
ged rear axle, oversize brakes, semi.
elliptic springs set parallel- to the
load, and numerous others.
If you want the utmost in commercial
transportation, combined with true
economy, come to our salesroomand
see. the improved Chevrolet Truck!

I'herugged Chev
role t rear axle
possesegth nd
possateses an-
stamina (or the
heaviest haulagte
dutv-givingfau t-
less performanc e
under every con.
dition.
A moders'., 3-speed
transmit d.on pro-
°Isproper gear
ratiosformaxdznups
power under every
condition.

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The instrument
panel to con.
venienly loca-
ted and is corn-
plee with
s peedometer,
oil gauge, am-
meter.

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Charles Ray
Scenario by
Alfred A. Cohn.
From the'
story by
ICate Corbalcy.
li) r1 dby
W\Xilliam Nigh

walls!
The greatest modern
fire-fighters and appar-
atus in action !
Behind the scenes of
a smoke-cater's life !
A thousand thrilling
moments, and action !
Action ! Action !

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I-Ton Truck $ IQ( 1Ton Truck $ ' I~ -Ton Truck
with Stake Body $ S With Panel Body !) 5 Chursis with Cab6l V
1-Ton Truck 495 1ATon Truck-$
Chassis 2 Chassis 395 AU prices f. o. b. Flinn, Mich.
In addition to these o pi cesChevrolet's delivered prices
iacludtheb lowest handing and inancing chsarge. available.

A husky, 6" channel steel framue is a
contributing factor to he long life and
faultles, performaneof Chevr,,,*
Trucks.

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