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Michigan Daily, 1925-08-06

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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

hot And Pepper In Fight
For 'Power In Pennsylvania

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FROM THE FILES
FIVE YEARS AGO TODAY
University Hall auditorium un-
dergoing an extensive and elaborate
remodeling. When finished, the audi-
torium will present a far more the-
ater-like effect. the flanking sides of
both balcony and lower floor will be
gone and the vista will be straight
ahead from the platform. Six class
rooms will occupy the space cut

from the auditorium. With this
change, the main floor -will provide
for an audience of 550, while the bal-
cony will seat 350.
Peter MacKaye, eminent American
dramatist presented his ballad play,
"George Washington" before a large
audience in Natural Science auditor-
ium.
Work on the new $2,500,000 hospital
is now 45 days behind schedule, due
to the inability' to secure sufficient
steel. At present, nost of the con-
crete for ,the foundation has beenj

poured, and work on the forms for Detroit News building under th
the first. floor has been started. ance of Mr. A. Hogete of the N4E
itorial staff.
Thirty members of Prof. 3. R.
Brummi's jouraalism classes went tol The summer number of the
Detroit and. were taken through the gays Alumnus will be out Augu
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The Best" Selling Novel by the Greatest Writer
of Western Stories

NEW CASINO PAVILION
Dancing Every Night
EXCEPT SUNDAY
NAT NATOLI'S
ORCHESTRA ENTERTAINERS
ONE OF THE BEST
This dance pavilion Is one of the largest an finest in the State.
WALLED LAKE, MICHIGAN
Forty-five Minutes Drive from Ann Arbor

-Also-

r Gifford Pinchot (right) and Sen. George Wharton 'Pepper are
the center of the stage in an interesting political drama in Penn-
. They have been having frequent exchanges over the local pro-
situation, the super-power project Pinchot advocates and other
N ext year th-ey will "fIght it out" for the G. O. P. senatorial
tion.

"THE TOY SHOP"
with
Jae Frayne and the
Sliand Family

"OH BRIDGET"

A Christie Cor
Kinograms

:ESIRISH ROSE",t
ONTINUES AT GARRICK1
e's Irish Rose" seems likely to'
ate the success that has at-
its presentation in othericities.
,y night it 'will enter its fif-
week at the Garrick Theatre.-
e Nichols, the author of "Abie's
Rose," claims that in writing the
y she followed the line of least
nce. Feeling that the public
red of bedroom farce, mystery
s,, and sex-problem plays, she
I out to write a humorous drama
fing every-day affairs, basing
lay on the triple marriage of
ng couple.
husband's father is an orthodox
w and the young wife's father
Irish Catholic. The couple are
Ad by a Methodist minister, a
and a priest, while their re-
re families wrangle. At last the
and the priest succeed in break-
own the antagonism, bringing
arring fathers into a much-need-
ven of peace.
inees are given at the Garrick
Wednesday and Saturday. Tick-
ay be purchased two weeks ,in
ce.
f. I. Leo Sharfman, of the Eco-
a department, will lecture at 5
'. today in Natural Science audi-
n on "Is the Existing Economic
Worth Saving?"

W. B. Shaw, general. secretary
the Alumni Association, left for
three weeks vacation today.

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Next REGINALD DENNY in
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ISLAND LAKE

Wednesday - Thursday - Friday - Saturday Eve.
Sunday Afternoon and Eve.

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101=105 S.MAIN ST.--ANN ARBOR, MICH.--330 S.-STATE

HERE'S THREE SIMPLE RULES TO FOLLOW
IN SELECTING YOUR BANK. SELECT, FIRST:
A BANK WITH PROVEN' STABILITY, PER-
MANENT AND ASSURED FUTURE. SECOND:
SELECT AN ABLY MANAGED BANK. THIRD:
SELECT A BANK WITH A GOOD STANDING
IN THE COMMUNITY.

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Classifieds
WATED
TED-Four. passengers wanted to
cago Aug. 14 or 15. $5 Call Web-
r, Dial 4718.
.Y BEST prices -for men's used
thes. Dial 4310 or call at 115 W.
shington. H. Benjamin.
TED-One or two, rooms for in-
uctor with priva te family near
opus. Reply Bov 15 at Daily.,
Passengers for trip to Upper
ainsula at close of. Summer
fool. Box 157, The Daily.
FOR SALE
SAI4E-1920 Ford Roadster at
i. Call betwen 5 and 7 o'clock
300 E. Washington.
SALE-1923 Ford touring. Self
,rter, battery, demountable rims,
od tires, and motor in first class
ape. Just overhauled. Must sac-
ice for quick sale. Call 4917 or
swer at Box 110, Daily office,

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Classified ,Ads,
in the Summer Daily
bring results.
So if ou want to buy or sell
anything-if you have lost or
found anything-if you want
to get work, or have someone
work for you, run a classified
ad. Call 21214, or bring your
ad to the Press building on
Maynard street across from
the "Maj."r

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Phone 4287

FOR SALE
AND CAGE-Address P.
. Flue for Sorority.

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k fromcampus with private
, new and complete, with or
lout garage. Phone 4024 be-
m 6 and 8 P. M.

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