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1,1MAT-, NOV EMB ER10 (, 1927"

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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LOW LE tL OF AJ[R! ,P ADPASSNER NIJRE L ele ax ge
-- . -.... WHE PLNE ITS OLTGE IREIn Shakespec"

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MAY MEAN NEW WELL

Fire Fs'eies For Coinvalese -id fUnit
lliiBe Installed within
Short Time
SWORK WILLBE DELAYEDI
According to the Building and
Grounds department, water in the
wells of the University botanical
gardens on Packard street is so low
that a new well may have to be dug.
The water level is now down ten or
rtwelve feet, and at times it is im-
possible to an adequate supply of wa-
iter. If a new well is dug it will be
Snecessary to go down 80 feet to reach
a new strata of gravel.
Last winter the state fire marshallvsi ae th ol h sp al b ld
Sings after the fire, and ordered fire
escapes for the buildings of the conl-
valescent unit. At a recent meeting
of the Board of Regents money was
Iappropriated for this purpose and
the.,Building and Grounds departmen~t
will install them within a short tinme.
The ostwill probably be about $10,-1
000.I
In connection with the installation
of equipment in the new Museum, the
Purchasing department has announc-
ed that there will be some delay in
the work. A number of the concerns
-were unable to get their bids in on
' time, so the final date for accep-
tance of bids has been extended toc
Nov. 17. As soon as this is done the c
equipment will be put in as fast as
it can be manufactures:.
The Building and Grounds ~~eat
epart is now",, making drawings of the
old. Museum building in preparation
for turning the building over to the1
department of Romance languages,
which will occupy the building here-f
after. The treasurer's office will taket
over the -space in the south wing 'lefta
vacant by the department of Romance
languages, and will occupy the entire
first floor -of the south wing.
Mason Will Lecture,
For Economics Club'-

LONI)ON-La Belle Sauvage, w h e
plays were performed in Sie--
peare's time and -where a revolui ionJ
came to an endl, is up for lpuhiic auc-
Lion.
hi gr n ol in nidating back to the time of R4ichard
ill, has had a checkered catr er. Writ
ten chroni'cles say~ that Sa1vag eS Inn
existed in 1453, and in 1584 it was-
described as "Ye Belle Savage."
In the 17th century the inn sign
showedl an Indlian woman holding a-
bow and arrow, and in Queen Anne's
I reign, a .savage standing lby a bell.
Before Shakespeare's time p~lavs.
were performed) in the inn-yard. At
La Belle. Sauvage was likewise a
fencing school. There Banks, the
showman, exhibi~d his "marvelous
trained horse Marocco," which is re--!
807 E. W
Hoe4
Special for Thursday, Nov. 10(
Noodi<
Choice of Sauerkeraut and.
Stuffed V
Vegetable Dessert
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'heater Existin
re' Da Is or sales Cordcuroy Lined Coats, 4 Pockets. All sizes, ,'s$.5ec
Si l'aals.l~ us oo hs ilershdMvens iacy SM:and WolHose-
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T in s fhe a~y s i e the deint of" :: ..:.. .. .. ..-
an2d the Prem2iSss have been :c2c('upied1
jba Londlon publishing house. FO .G T
We allow you 15%7/
as' gon St. on your Laundry bill at our Cash and +Carry
%okin_ ~Branmch Office, Press Build ipg
)th-Eveniing Dinner, 6 o clock W ieS a anr o
'e Soup, W ieSwnLunr o
Pig Hoclks, Plain Potatoes Cash and Carry Branch Office, Press Building,
peal Breast
Salad Coffee Cpen 7 a. m. to 8 p. m.
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U nusual photo of a smashed airp~lane snared in high voltage wires near
Terrelll Texas. By means of a ladder , the uuhnju cel I yecis, srapped in the
cockpit:, were brought to safety by finremen amid a vivid and1( ominous electrical
display.
Foreign Students To Be' Honored By
Plans are being completedl for the ery toreign student enrolled in the
fifth annual International banquet by University asking 1theml to be the
the Students Christian association guests of honor at the affair. Various
and the Women's league. The banquet muembers of thbe faculty have reserved
is; to be held at the. Union on the. whole tables, and at these tables are

"I got the

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from

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says Vincent Lopez

W ednesday night preceding 'hnanks-
giving, at which time a speaker, to
be announced at a later date, will be
pr~esent..
Invitations are being mailed to ev-
TX7l'l'.f;'t' T (TN~T' --A .-.-.,-d ,-.,, 4,,,-

1V V;Z II kJJ.INNI .--I II1ii'UU 1 C )LLUI ,
entitled "IDress Parade," which p~or-
Perry- Mason will speak before the treys cadet life at West Point, will be
Economics ulub Wednesday, Nov. 16 released through* the Pathe Exchange
on- the sutbject "Public Utilities De- l about October 29. The picture was
prediation.°- The meeting will 'be held j sanctioned by the War D~epartment. for
at the. Union in room 302. the beiiefit of R.OQ.T.C. uiiits.

to 1)eIthe torei~gn stuents.
'Marion Wenger, '29, is chairman of
ithe Students Christian Association
committee and Dorothy MacEachran.,
'29, of the Women's league committee.
O1HIO SATEL- The modern grid-
graph which is now usedI by ab~out 250
colleges a<nd new spapers over the
couniry 1 to brig play by p~lay ac-
counts 0of ttouball gmsfrom distant
fields was invented by Prof. P. B.
P~otter oftinhy engineering department.

Noted jazz king, with his manager,
Qjeorge Wallace, during an intermission
of dance numbers at "Casa Lopez," rec-
ommends Lucky Strikes.

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NON-PROFESSIONAL TRY-OUTS
--and(on the screena tonight and balance of we-
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Thj TO3ACO CR0P

You, too', will fnd that LUCKY
STRIKES give the, greatest
pleasure- ii andMlow

the finest cigarettes you

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smoked. Dade Of the choicest
tobaccos, properly aged and
blended with great -skill, an
there is an extra process- "IT'S
TA T D - i a bit of bite. "
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Tito Sc~ipa,
Chicago. Civic Opera Star,
writes:
"Any cigarette that can give :exp
treme pleasure without in the least
iuring the h.uman voice is cer-
tainl ya great, boen to vocal artists.
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