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July 11, 1923 - Image 3

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CONSTRUCTION B'
ON MEDIGAtL
NEW AD1WiINT "TATICl
TURE TO BE TllREE'
*KAHN IS ARCH!'1

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"'construction work on the new Med-
ical administration building, situated
in front of the new hospital, wa3 lbe-
gun last week and the first floor slbab
is already being laid. This wi be
a three storied, buihjling-; on the first
floor will be examination and wait-,
ing rooms; on the second floor will lbe
business offices; and on the third will.
be private roomxs for" patients. Th~e
dimensions of the building are 100 by
56 'feet. The state administration
board has only released suiffiientk
funds to complete the concrete frame,
and the latter will be finiahbyd before'
the end of the summer. The architect
is Mr. Albert Kahn, who designed theI
new, Hospital building;

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Majestic- Booth Tarkingto
"Panrod- and Sam."
Orpheum -"Robert Warwick~
"The Silent Master;" Ne
E'dwards in "In I-J ock."
Wuerth -- Charles Jones
"Snowdrift;" Joe Rock'
"Oliver Twisted."

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WAFfI PEAKS O
RESULTS OF POISON GAS-
"The affect of Poisonous Gases p-
on the Lungs," was the subject of a
talk given last night in Vth a tutral
Science audito'rium by Prof. Louis M.
Warfield, of the Medical school. Pro-
fessor WAirfield told of the many in-
juriouis after results the 'posin gas
of the 'xa r had upon those, that were'
caught boy its fnn~s.
BRtADSTREIET REPORTS SHIARP
I)EUIEASE IN FAI1LURES

U1ntei'nyer to Fight Ford
New York, July 10.-Samuel Unte:
myer hais been retained to prosecute
Ibel suit ag~inst Henry Ford by He:
man Bernstein, editor of the Jewih
Tribune, it is announced.
Farmers &Mcchanics
- Bank

qaurter, year were also
recorded since the first h;
while the liabilities of the
w-ere the lightest since thet
er of 1922.

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Stage-T'his Week

Garrick (Detroit) -- The B
stelle company in The { Widk
Shannon.

L usine-s failures- in the month of
June were the smallest for any month
in the last two years, despite the fail-
ure of three large banking concerns,
according to an announcement made
yesterday by Bradstreet.
The failures in business in the last

to It10s. Mainst. 3,OS. state St
/ Nickel's Arcae

-TWO OFFICMS-

Exchange Notes
Harvard-Harvard university conl-,
'iferred -1412 degrees, the largest numn-
ber in history, at the Coraiencement
exercises, which brought to a close
its 287th year.
Tndiaua-- Indiana's memorial fund,
has been enlarged in the past year by
contributions amounting to $1,600,00.
Street Fighting in Florence'Reported,
'London, July 9.-(By A.P.) -Pascis-
ti militia and Communists have been
fighting fierce' battles in the streets.
of Florence for the last two days, ac-

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cording to a dispatch to the Dail
Mail.'

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Berlin Wri~eck Takes Tell of tI es
Loudon, July 9.-Many persons.
jured in a train collision in the cent-I
were killed and 50 were seriously in-
er of Berlin, says a Central News dis-
patch from the German capital.
MTS.&Te.2-0
GARRCK MTSrs.&Sa.5
14th Anzwual Season Nights 25-50-75c-$1
THE BONSTELLE -CO.
in a Whimsical, Charming Love Story
The "idow" Shaninon
Next Monday-"LAWFUL LAL2CENY"

Today-
Charles Jones in "SNOWDRi FT
Joe Rock in "OLIVER TWISTED"
Fri. -Sat.-
"THE. GRAY DAWN'S
By Stewart Edward White.
The Dippy Doo-Dads in
"THE WAICIUJOG"
Sun. - Tues. -
.Johnnie Walker and Ripen
Percy in .THE 41k MUSKETEER"
By H. C. Witwer.
"OUR- GANG" in ' BOYS TO BOARD"

Tody-
Robert Warwick in "THE SILENT MASTER"
Neely Edwards in "IN' HOCK."
Fri. -Sat.-
NORMA TALMADGE~ in
" THE, WAY OF A WOMAN"
Centigry Comedy'
Sun. -7Tue.-
Constance Talmadge in
"THE STUDIO GIRL"
Cast includes Harrison Ford and
"Torchy" Hines."

Eugene Criquni, left, and Challenger Johnny lDuince,, right

N

econd championship bout of for
mionth is scheduled for July due
when Eugene Criqui, month- thor
erweight champion, risks his c
:he ring with Johnny Dundee,
I. challenger of champs. Cri-
res he will be in better shape. -'Da

Dundee than he was for KAlba a
to the fact that he now has become
roughly acclimated. Which ought
heer up Dundee.
'hie. way to rent a room is with a
wily 'Claassfied".-Acw.

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TH IS
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ADVEiRTI SING

WANTED
ANTED-Three or four room un-J
'urnishe(I apartment, by young cou-
ple without children. Desired about
Sept, 1; write P. L. Troost, :510 Hick-
ry St., Niles, Mich., giving descrip-
ion and rent asked. 12c-4
TYPEWRITERS
'pewriters of standard' makes
bought, sold, rented, exchanged,
cleaned and repaired.
0. D. MORRILL
Nickels Arcade Phone 1718
1-ter
LOST
)ST- Schaffer fountain pen, goldI~
band -on cap. Reward for' return to1
32 Fifth Ave. 'or call 3104. Bren-I
nau. 16-p3
)ST-Diamond shaped sorority pin{
with letters Alpha Theta. Finder
please call 100-W. 16-p2j
ST-fGamma Phi Beta sorority pin.
Reward. Dorothy Hartshorn. Phone
52. , 16-2p I

LOST-Brown silk umbrella. Leath-
er.'handle. Reward. Phone 1232;x.
13-4
LOST-Small tan coat with belt. Two
year' size., Please phone 2991--R. 16c
FOR RENT
GARAGE for rent at 1306 Washtenaw'
Ave. Phone 120-11 16c
TYPE WRITINtr
MANUSCRIPTS TYPED. 2635-W.
15-c-2
Patronize The Daily advertisers.
W ~E WISH to announce
to th~w general public
that we are keeping open
this summer. We solicit
your patronage.

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EngneigSells, To!

TUTTLES' LUNCH ROOM
Maynard Street

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A whole lot of the make-believe has been
eliminated from selling operations in the
past ten years. The old idea that sales-
men were born to the sample-case; that
they carried some sort of a special diplo-
ma from the University of Pooh, has had
'to break camp, along with the other
exploded theory which insisted that a
salesman must be a "good fellow", ,a man
of strange habits, tremendous stories,
and unquestioned qualities both' as a
mixer, and as an assimilator.
Now we believe--nay, we know-
thatfthe best salesman is the-man who
knows most about his goods, and can
talk most interestingly about them./
This being the proven case, it isn't so
queer that engineering should find a real
and effective application in' the selling

field, especially if the merchandise mar-s
keted is an engineering product that is
bought and operated by engineers.
Every engineer who now engages in
the sale and distribution of Westinghouse
prdducts f eels that he is doing work
worthy of his trainin g-for he is carrying
Service and Sincerity to Industry, and
to mankind! He is out where the-fighting'
is often the fiercest, and he is putting up
a battle for the things that hie believes
'are right. And 'a man can't expect, nor
ask, a bigger chance than that!
Sixty percent, approximaitely, of the
engineering graduates who come to
Westinghouse find their way, eventu-
ally into some phase of selling. And
we arc proud, to have them there--=and
they are glad to be there!

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THE OIL FULLEST
IDIS IN 'TOWN,

PLAYING

H4ONORED
As oneC of the twelve best-
pictures inade this year
and like m~any other fa-
mous "juveniles," in lit-
erature or dramna, the
'older folks are more, in-
terested than the kiddies.

Trkmgon's ° t
eYellI
p of the Year

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"The Cast
Benny Alexander
Rockli ffe Fellows
Gladys Brockwell
Buddy Messinger
Gareth Hughes
and others

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stlgeACHIEVEMENT .' OPPORTUNITY

Also tre new Leather PisM ers featuring
_-_ REGINALD DENNY

ESTINGHOUSE)
-ELECTRIC

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OMtING
'RAY
llar AI

YiIJRE"
' Betty Compso. and
L Richard Dix in
"THE WOMAN WITH FOUR FACES".

cast

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