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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY _'?, 1927

THE MICHIaN D~rAIL TESAY FRAR 2, 92

ANNUL PRSIDETIALYOT APPROVES DRAINAGE SYSTEM M
ANN A OF EW I LI 1DOLLAR.S T ADIUM
;;:a',z r li cRPORT ~~ ~ o-la sisl-,to the iR. A. ercer constructdo
cli- In c cl -l"[l-tcs ,Cnro etroit, while tihe third
to 0 , ',fe: , on- Ici&'ai k h e 1or;en

dlium by Oct. 1. "Everything is ycorn- and runs six feet under the playing
ing along in fine shape," he said "and field with tributary drains, making a
nothing can stop us, nor put the work network of pipes throughout the grid-
behind to any serious degree." iron. A main drain runs off the f 0,11
The drain is four feet in diameter and under the stands. Thlis main :oec-

tion is 30 feet under the elevation o.
the playing field.
One can get a definft ? view of the
concrete shape of thzc bowi from the
amoun o; ork tha-t has already been
complofeei. Pillars stand iarowid the
outer c dge of the stadium and give

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te s? eleton shape oif the seating
.!ecsk. Thes e conc-rete supiports out-
1me the s ize of the howl, which will
Iat 7"1,50i' with pro,.isions for ade-
qrat_, cxp-nsion ,is th~ dcm.and arses.

( Continued from Page One) pleie-d drain ha:, removed all the
ing accommodations for two or three wa,'r rom the ow.III adiijt:on, 1n(j
faculty members. Such a unit would wo(er ;will ever oean 01th :? )icyi21
socially be a small college under the fie>;, a:; Coacli Yu, L assct,,; ti at the
personal guidance, in so far as friend- dir. ~ngsysIJ .n c', i1 e 1nex S a:aue.
ly contact was concerned of the res- is s effective a8 ;thin one z . l i :i1<cY-'
ident faculty members. 1'y Feldi."
Thus would- be provided natural The Wor on tale ttntiilnl 1_-; i)2en
unlits for intramural sports, lasting' lott inthree contracts--the drain,
friendships, traditions and student-fa-'the fon-dation and the F >:°ti io,'
Xculty contacts. The powerful force of and the coneflc~ae ;Czting 3,rat;
irnspiring faculty personalities would =Th I ..I two conris tS ave hoe-fl let
enlter the daily life of the student on _
the basis of mutual friendship. The
unique and intangible strength of oldsI
associations with one's college room, s m c~o
one's roommates, and the group to Sul c i
1,-t-h one belonged would come intoK
being in ever increasing amount. TOL
President Little believes that the'
units once built, would be self-sup-a
porting and should give the student
board and lodging at decreased cost' a
over the present plan. It is hoped that
the State will build the women's tinIts,, Phontes 4 55
and the alumni, by steady support,
pave the way for the mnen's units. "I' - ,
know of no nobler gift that they could ;_----______
make than year by year to acid unitsj
for the building, of lasting friendships
of future MVichiigan men and women I
for each other and for a greater loy-1
alty to th e 'Alma Mater which all of Ph t
them love," tbo President states.
Developing -
Quick, S'atisf,
Tuesday-Wednesday
"TH UNKOW Eberbach
SO'LDIER" 200-202 Eas

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i. a ;z has b .enfinzished for some timde
and the iemaining work on the foun-
(latiolI andl excavation is 85 per cent
c ora~pleIed. The Mocrcier company is
..a!.r- betwen 1500 V'Jand 100 ubi
z-ds of tiirt from the bowl every day.
'P_ :z z ,oi : of cxceavatiug will be final-
Iv completed before the concrete work I
., ill start. H Iowever no part of the}
_ tacliuni c nnstruction is behind sche-
iaulf a~adCl (".a"11 Yost call see no rea-
son why Mchigan -,r ill not haveca tai

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