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PAGE FOUR TESME IHGNDIYSNAJL ,12

THE SUMMER

MICHIGAN

DAILY

SUNDAY, JULY 3, 1927

THE "BIGGEST" CONTINUE TO GROW BIGGER

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NEW AND SECOND-HAND
~UNIVERSITY
W.'cIIKL ~ BOOK STORE

The craze for the "biggest" is il lus~trated here with the picturing of the present leaders in ship, bridge,
building and hotel construction. The "?Majestic," and the "Leviathan" contest the claim of being the largest
liners. The Philadelphia-Camden bridge surpasses those of the East river in New York as the longrest bridge.
The Stevens Hotel, opened recently in Chicago, with three others slightly preceding it, give that cfiy the four
largest hotels in the world. The newBook Tower, under constructoin in Dtroit, will be considerably higher than
New York's famous Woolworth Building.

Great Britain Again ese circles concerning the prosepcts
( ; of success of the Tri-partite Naval
Upsets-Geneva Meet conference. This is due to further in-
(By ssocate Pres)1 formation which appears to be con-
GENEVA, July 2.-Great uneasinessf firmed relative to Great Britain's de-
exists tonight in American and Japan- miand for increased cruiser strength.

Great Britain, it seems wants the
right to maintain a fleet of 15 10,000-
ton cruisers and no fewer than 60
cruisers of 7,500 tons each. This
would make the total tonnage 600,000
or 300,000 more than the mnaximumr
egntained in the American proposal.

Sauciest of Pranks F rom
The Prima Donna of Pep!

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E┬░Shows SundIay and -Monday-2 :00, 3 :15, 7:2.0, 01:00-A&&lt 50e, Children 25c
i = Soon-MAE MURRAY in "ALTARS OF DESIRE"

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would make any Sheba toss away her slai~e
bracelets in despair. A comedy festival in
the grandest and most glorious Moore-
manner !

Adapted from
iLe wis Allen iBrownie's
"Th le Bigamiists"
'ther Features
Shows Sunday
2:00-3 :40-7 :25-9 :00
Fees. 10c, 35c, 50c

MARION DAVIES
in "TILLiIE THE TOILER"

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The Rockford' Players
Second Summer Season
-Every Evening This
Week and Saturday
Matinee

Noel Coward's Gay, Shining Comedy

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Sarah Caswell Angell Hall'
(above Barbour Gymnasium)
All seats reserved at 75c
at Bookstores and Door

TOMORROW and TUESDAY at 8:15
"' Hay Fever"'~ has a Temperature of 105 and is Dying of Laughter "

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