THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
POSTOFFICE WITH LANDING ROOF P ROPOSED
Book Bargains ointerest
Teachers, Preachers, Librarians and
Summer School Students
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Sketch of the proposed new $12,000,000 Chicago postoffice contempla tes an enormous building with a flat
roof, 320 by 800 feet, for landing and launching airmail planes. .. ....
ernor of Michigan, addressing the
banquet last night.
"Major General Lassiter recently
T spection trip in Panama and told me
T I .Fcame to the Soo directly from an in-
that he regarded the Soo region as
of strategic importance next to Pana-
ma," Osborn said. "This should mean,
if adequately translated, the installa-
of appreciation to the club over his
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forcement of the Volstead act. If the
states can be called by the executive
government and can be told what
their duties are, why is it not im-
portant in this era-of expanding cen-
tral power that the states unite and
tell the federal government what their
"The states have no sustained
agency to stimulate such questions, or
to shape and direct them, or even to
thrash them out, save only the cen-
tral government at Washington.
Could not a working House of Gov-
ernors become such an agency?
The rights and duties of the states
could be furthered by( such an or-
ganization to a vital extent, the gov-
ernor told the banquet guests. He
proposed a consideration of the mat-
ter to be . reported in discussion
meetings later during the session.
Emphaszes Importance Of Soo1
That the Soo canal and the region
in the vicinity of Sault Ste. Marie
ought to be made a "center of gov-
ernment interest second only to
Panama" and that the region tribu-
tary to the Soo and its locks should
be regarded as next in strategic value
to the Panama canal and environsj
was the statement of Chase S. Osborn,I
of Saulte Ste. Marie, and former gov-a
tion of a great airport and other
modern features of use, convenience
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Ka F, MATH ER DECLARES
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scientific truth as we today under-
stand it. He directed attention to the
fact that he scientific theories of 3,000
years ago had been supplemented so
greatly that old theories are no long-
"Sicence and religion are not ene-
mies but friends," the professor
stated.' "It isn't necessary to do viol-
ence to religion in order to teach evo-
Before the lecture, Elmer Hess, of
Port Huron, accompanied by Cleo Fox,
pianist, played the following violin
solos: . Kreisler's "Old Refrain,"
"Minuet," by Boothoven; Massenet's
"Elegie," and "Souvenir," by Drdla.
Prof. W. R. Burton, of Chicago Uni-
versity, who has been visiting the
school of Education and its faculty
the last two days, spoke a few words
A GENUIS AT WORK
1No use handling any pipe
with gloves on!
111 Shirley Mason in
aut "SWEET ROSIE O'IGRADY"
AJ- E- S-T&I IC
THE COeCOLA COMPAY, ATATA,C).
The Glass of Fashion
NOBODY hates a fight more than old man
pipe. Easygoing and easy to please, he's
a born peace-maker. And if life with him
isn't always rosy, it's certainly no fault of
Now keeping a pipe at peace is partly
a matter of slow-burning, smooth-smoking
tobacco. And mellowness.' But above all
it's what you call staying power. Pipe
tobacco must taste good and sweet.
morning, noon and night.
The secret of such a tobacco lies in the
way it's mellowed and the way it's cut.
That's the secret of Granger RoughTCut.
No tobacco was ever mellowed in quite
the same way. No tobacco was ever so
sure to sweeten a pipe and keep it sweet.
Being rough cut, too, it burns slow and
smokes smooth and cool. Smoke it all day
long, it's so mild and mellow.
smoke a peace-pipe smoke.
Fashions come and fashions
go but figures prove that
Coca-Cola is still the most
popular of all beverages.
Pag-aq rnd ?fs af6 ' ugh Social
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KATHRYN PERRY- DOUGlAS FAIRBANKS, Jr.
CYRIL CHADWICK-PHILWPPE DELkC
.asodida eAiwtbp Janus Gleasond JchwzIV
for pipes only!~
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IT HAD TO BE GOOD TO GET WHERE IT IS - 7 MILLION A DAY
Granger Rough Cut is made by the Liggett Myers Tobacco Compwny
Tomorrow Night at 8:15-Henrik Ibsen's Melodramatic Masterpiece
The Rockford Players
Second Summer Season
Every Evening Except
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Sarah Caswell Angell Hall
(above Barbour Gymnasium)
All seats reserved at 75c
at Bookstores and Door
Matinees 50 and 75 Cents
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With Elsie Herndon Kearns as Hedda