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P'ACE T'WO -

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY. VP,,nRTTARY 29.

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nr ,TofielNoTn1 Tqp[iin DN StateBorToGv
University f'und rTo
MICICA RDIONIGT xtend Power Linesj
Four rAitnos ncOfficialhasobeen madle that
oort t ri~ fhias~( ( iealie St ate Adminristrative Board has re-
Shri Talus4Toroain leased t.)he IUniiversity of Michigan i
Frda'sIrIr.i
the rumn of $85,460 fronm the so-called
CAMPBELL WILL SPEAK ,in-tlax elapse' appr'opriation of $100,-
__000 tmade by thie Legislature of 1927
Seven numbers by the Varsity band for eqluipmtent aIA extensions of the
and four addresses by nriy of- tniversity power plant. The follo1w-
ficials will coma trice0 the el1eventhl ig itemrs wo:re prtovided for.
Michigan Night radi(o program o' the' Fh At, a (duplicate electric service
current series to be brroadcast over I lie tothe nivrsity hospital at anl
station WWJ, the Detroit News, Fri-
(lay night, March 2, according to the estimnatedl cyst of $15,000O. At p~resent
complete program announcement; there is only one electric Service con-
madte yesterdlay by Waldo ALx Abbot, fnectioli to tote hospital.
of the rhetoxric depar~tm'ent, who is' Second, proiiionl is made f;,r a new
program manager andl annfoun(er'. I(tuet line from a point near the D~ental
Following are the numbers to be building t.> the sub1-station by the
broadcast by the band, uinder thv ixxWatermn gynmnasliun and also for, a
direction of Nich olas Falcone: Over-;2,300 v.1lt cable from the pow~er house
ture Norma by V. Blellini ; The Wol- to the .nub-station. Thi.- has been a
'venites March by Carl E. Gehing;i weak inkc in the power distribution
Select ions fronm Faust biy C. Goionn; systemn., The present cab~les are re-
Neapolitan Niighlts by J. S. Zamnec- ports d to have, been. overloaded at{
nilj; In a Persin Market by A. *w.1 ilms to a point involving considerable
Ketelbey ; lVarsity Mxarch by Earl V.j danger. The estimate for this item is
Moore; andl Yellow andl Blue by $12,400.
]3alfe. Third, th,, old switches in the sub-
Robert Campbell. Treasurer of thel station will be replaced by new at a
University, will be the first speaker, cost of $1,800.
on the Prograin, confining his tall: Fourth, a new 10-inch high pre'ssure
to, a discussion o' the musical or-! point on East. University avenue is
ganiatins o th Unverstythesteam line from the power plant to aE
ganzaton~ of te Uivesit, te.irovided with the expectation of
banyan.lateslee n club.lawdatingthe present 8-inch line to use
Ishenry Mholwats,- deiran of the laws a return water line. .,The esti-
schomittwhofwasine aneofbythe matedi cost of this item is $31,760.
comm~tee f ni e ap oint d by the ifth. provision is made by the ac-
Federal Oil Conservation committee. on 'teAdiitaie!or o
will tell of the conclusions reached 1 the service tunnel, fully equipped with
'by the committee as a result of the~steam pipes and electric cables, to
inquiry recently heldl in Washington, the Michigan league building at an ex-
1). C. pected cost of $24,500.
Dr. .Albert Fuirstenberg, professor,
of otolaryngol~ogy in the medical
school, is the third speaker on the
progiram. Dr. Furstenberg will at this l 2.00 A C A 370
time discuss another subject which i 3.35 1AIX~JL1I 8.40
comiet in the scope of his specializa-
tion in the University hospital-"The TOD)AY ONLY!
Discharging Ear." The Fanious
T'he fourth address. on the program
will be delivered by Prof. Jesse ;.
Reeves, of' the political science de-( C A. R B 0
.partment, who last year was one ofj
two delegates froim the United Sat~es IN
appointed by President Coolidge to THE TEMPTRESS
the International Commission of Jiir- A Tale~ of Passion TUnbound,
fists for the purpose of codification of
International law of the Americas. ToizcwLII STONE in
)Tc will speak on the' recent Pam T1E 111ITN'E OF HEAD.
American conference at Havana, YI' ERS

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COMPROMISE VERD ICT OVERCOMES
OBSTACLE IN ATHLETIC PROGRAM
The last obsta(c onfr1out ing thei .as soon as wea~ther ipermit s, ad it is 1
realization of the 'University's most believed that the new course and the
recent prcgress towardl an actual pra, tIce greens will be ready for use
adaptation of the slogan "at hlet ics lort
'i;bytihe time of the summter session or'
all'' was overcome Monday when a thop
compr omise verdict, was rec(hedinrelb te pning of school next fall.
gardl to the law 'suit over the pr'ice of Pe'rhaps5 the mtost: happ~iy received
lands proposed for a golf course southi act ion of the board in control of ath-
of the new stadium. This newly-ac- letics last Saturday was the sanction-
quired land, it was announced by ! ag oj* the plan to()equ~ip the Coliseum,
Fielding H. Yost, director of athiletics, whiich i i now the prop~erty of the U~ni-
will be augmented by the planting of vCV5i, wit h an artificiai ice machine
p)ract ice greens for putting and ap)- 'that will furnish ice fo)r the arena
'roach shots, at tile east side of the 'trom approximately 'Nov. 15 till March
stadium. 15.
The object of this, Yost ;stated. "'is to "I am. intensely pleased with the
beautify and to put to practical putr- cutire project," said Yost, in p~raising
poseC at one time every available inch the dlevelopment. "It certainly i's a
of land we own." forward step in the realization of our
Work on the new p~roject will begin1 goal, 'Athletics for all.'j

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BAD WIRING CAUSES FIRE FrenchSociet , illf
AT ANN ARBOR RESIDENCE re e t hr e Pl y
Completely demolishing the thirdj
[loor. fire partially destroyed the homeI Le Circle Francais, campus French
of Mxrs. Anna Mx. Tasch, 410 E. Jeffer- society, will hold its annual "Soiree
son street at 8 o'clock yesterday morn-F Dranratique" at 8 o'clock tomorrow
ing. Mrs. Ta'sch, her mother, and six ntight in Sarah Caswell Angell hall,
roomers managed to save the greater i tala
p~art of their possessions. The cause inta of tonight, a scheduled.
of the blaze is b~elieved to have been Tliree one act plays will be given.
(iefective wiring. Damage was esti- This evening of dramatics is be-
mated at $3,000. ing presentedl as an event upon the
The fire department was called to annual Cercle Francais program.
extinguish a small roof blaze of unde-j Tickets for this and all the remain-
termined origin Monday afternoon at der of the scheduled events may be
SU~ Hill street. obtained in room 104 South Wing.

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STAGE ATTRACTION
66FOUR ARISTOCRATS"9
"SONGLANDS.SMART SET"
Vitaphone and Recording Stars
-SCREEN- ADDED FEATURES
IC A 1. Michigan Orchestra
"W"W . 2. Organ Novelty
t 3. Kinograms
I a e 4. Racing Mad
Thursday-The Season's Treat
HARRY CARROLL UNIT SHOW
Bigg'er and Bletter ThlmItid-Winier Frolics
Ken Murray-California Collegians
Harry Carroll Revue-Ann Greenway
A Daily Dozen De Looks and' Many Others
DON'T MISS IT!I
USUAL ADDED ATTRACTIONS
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A Full Line of
Whitehouse & Hardy Models
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A Hit!
to place beside
"THlE LAST WARNIN"
and "Dulcy"
Comedy Club
presents
The Smart Comedy
A Harvard
Prize Play
by
Philip Barry
Author of "The Youngest,"
"White Wings," "Cock
"Robin," "In a Garden,"
"Paris Bound."
with
Tlomn Dougall
Phyllis Louaghton
Richard Kurvink
Lillian :Setchell
Wade Carney
Mabel Baruch
Hoyt Sherrill
Heywood Broun says:
"Really, it's a shame to
get paid for seeing any-
thing which is as much fun
as "You and I."

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