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November 20, 1927 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1927-11-20

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T.HF MTCHTC.AN DATTY

IN E IR O H ,T R D S A C E ODIS EAR COMPLETION ;r

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Presntidng Sunday
- q- r _ An~1Thanksgiving Week
DeL xe P~c~a, P liniaje in Screen Pre-
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Pecorafors 'To BegJin Late Th~is Month;
Will Finish Work By First
~ew Year
INSTALL INDIRECT LIGHTS
Intorior work o nthe new Michiigan
theater is now in the final stages, l
preparatory to turning the buildingj
over to the decorators before the end
of the month, say officials in charge
of construction.
All steel work on the interior, in-
eluding the metal supports and lath
for, plastering, will be completed be-
fore the middle of next week, Ther
ceiling of the auditorium is a dome- I
like suspension 'hung from the steel
frame of the rood by heavy steel rods.
A skeleton steel frame for the dome
and,. side walls has been built to sup-j
port the metal lath, upon which the
plaster and the decorative casts will'
be placed.
Lighting needs for the auditorium
have been provided for by means of
hidden floodlights which will throw
strong beams of light on the domed
ceiling. Plaster grilles along the side
walls will also contain floodlights. All
the lights will be controlled by rheo-
stats, so that they can be dimmed or
}frightened slowly.
It is expected that the decorators
will require at least a month's time
*o do their work. At the present rate
of construction, they will be able to
wtrt~ork late in November, and the
ihetater wll be ready the last of De-
"-.uber or the first of the new year.
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The Senses iona' Stars of "WHAT PRICE GLORY,"
Who Lived. -" .,',.RMA-lE" and "CAPTI. FLAGG."'

LO °,[ION OF INFORMATION
PBURl'A U TO BE CHANGED
'','Information bureau of the
Michigan Public Utility Information
coinii eewhich was located in Ann
Arbor I wing Y zunmor is moving
itsO~ice tornhei~present location
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Capt. R. S. McIntosh, above, and
Bert Hinkler, below, Australian test
pilot, who failed recently in thleir
mnonoplane Princess Xenia, when they
took off from the Upavon Airdrome,
Wiltshire, England for India. They
were trying to break the Chamberlin-
Levine world's record -for long dis-
tance flight.
COLUMBIA - According to Dr.
Thornlike of Columbia. university,
adults can learn as easily as children.
flxpcrimnts made with two groups of
different ages proved that adults learn
many subjects faster than do children.

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SEATS NOW

ih -$14C0 to $3.50, Flu,,rTa~x
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London Tiller Girls!
In Detroit Last Seasc.

lIt Created a Sensation
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BIased on the sift bk PRO SPER MERIMEE
C-.ldapted bz G E RTRU DE 0 R
RAUL WALSH produ&~

PLEASE NOTE
This Attraction Plays
Through Wedne:.dday Only.
See It NOW !

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Other designs, $35to$5
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Ohr$25 to$500) $25 to $175
Y our g ift can be a Gruen.
_-'out touching your sa v,
No need to interfere with regular ex-
penses. No need to draw a single
dollar from your savings. just pay us
f a a small part of your current salary
~check, and wear a genuine Gruen
Guild Watch from our store--today!
Our new Divided Charge Account
makes this possible. The balance of
the full purchase price can be easily
) met in monthly or weekly amounts-
arranged to suit your convenience.
Every Gruen Watch in our store-
dthe very same models that we sell'
} tion on this convenient buying plan.
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