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)NESDAY, JUNE 1, 1927

THE MICHIGAN

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ACTUAL WORK BEGINS!
ON MICHIGAN THEATER

Si osson's New
To Be On Sale

Books
Soon E

SAGINAW TO DETROIT AIR, SERVICE
INAUGURATED BYP CO MEfRCE BOARD

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Actual work on the razing of pres-
cut buildings on ,the site and erection;
'of the new Michigan tloea'tre was
started yes~rday, immediately fol-!
lowing the awarding of contracts by
Angelo Poulos and Theodore Dames,
backers of the project. T'he theatre,
will be of Gothic architecture with
huge ornamental arches on the frontl
elevation.'
The building, which will~ be onLib-
erty street, at the intersection ..with
Maynard, will be three stories high in
the front part.. gradually, increasing
in height as it goes towards the rear
of the lot, reaching a height of four
stories in certain places. The build-
ing will be completed, it is expected,
by the Fall of this year.'
Upon entering the building, the first'
part will, be a spacious lobby, 60 by
30 feet. Next will be a very elaborate1
ly decorated foyer, patterned afterl
those to be found in some of the finest
theatres in the country. .It will meas-
ure 85 by 40 feet and will be three
and one-half stories high. The au-
ditorium proper will seat more than
2200 ;people which is more than the
'combined capacity of both, present
campus theatres,
The construction of the stage is be-
ing planned to enable the operators
of the theatre to present any kind of,
stage production they desire, ranging
from a simple act of vaudeville to an
operetta of any, size.. All. the equip-
ment will of the very latest type avail-
able" to theatres and will compare
very favorably with th' equipment

Air service foi- pass('ngcrS mail, aldl(!1(oway for the Tpla uc' in use has a
Twentieth Century E±.urope,"tIhel l freight has recently been iriannorate(' c .i; r pe IiOt ~l~r ie
latest book to be written by Prof. between Iletroit and Saginaw. The an houtnr.
l Preston W. Slosson of the history de- srvcein all probabilitywill soon h1.c l' thre <, , ngr Tae
partment, is at" the present time in extliend to Midlandl for the benefitmaigteIip
the hpnds of the publishers and is Primarilyifethe Jiow heliscalowon- plane xtheich riffo
epany. tTriougsismnt ~ '~j are now being Lade both wilbe supplanted by a large cabin
In his-new book, Professor Slosson w-ays between Detroit an(I S inw plane if the interest in the airline
has dealt chiefly with the period sin1ce every Tues'lay, Thursday, and( Satui warrants the chiange. Ili Detroit the
1900 and hie has laid approximately the (lay. The p~assenger fare is $12.000, plane lands at the National Gurd
same emphasis upon each of three one wa or $22.00 a round tipj. The flying tieldt on Pi mouthl Road, and
periods; the period before the World { schedluled time for thoQ 100 mile trip at the other end of the line it uses
war, .the period, during the, war, andi is one hour -and fifteen minutes, al-thfljgfedoteSaia Ar-
the period following the war. How- Ithough this allow4, a fifteen miute the flyn fedofteaiawAr
"A ~ t' H -i°+51c^ m~ari ...nn nf .,,",., " .. . ,..

ever , ee nas1 mace110o attempt to con-
tinue his material to that period alone
and has made numerous references
to events of the nineteenth' century
and others even before' that time.

used in
country.

the largest theatres in the

$7500
A Week
Several student', of this college wbn
are. willing to wor k systematically and
faithfully this summer should earn from
$50 to $150 per week ($75.00 should he
;i fair average) by working' for a new
York corporation of the highest stand-
i ng.
The work is selling, and the remun-
eration -is' by connmissioz only. All
possible help will be given by the home
offices, but success will depend almost
wholly upon student's willingness to
?work a definite ntimber of hours 'per
day ,caling upon well to do and wealthy
iieotrle in their° homes or offices.
There is a reason for not giving 'de-
tails in this Advertisement,', but tso
may 'rest a~sured that the work is of
the most dignified and creditable char-
acter. , Write today for complete infor-
mnation. Address,
P. C. CODY,
45 W. 45th St. NEW YORK, N. Y.

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storm-swept house-boat. An education in flirtation,

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Sat. 2111t. Zc-$2)4
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Woo dward at lEliot
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A1 thrilling laughs!

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