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June 04, 1920 - Image 4

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eve that this is a time when
le rather than the politicians
o, not indeed the first, but the
lecting. Just now the poli-
re getting suport for their first
-"practical" candidates, all of
esumably-but, if these very
ices fail to be nominated, as
together likely, the people will
ir turn; and-Hoover's support-
now working for that event.
ticians must for once be made
Lvhat the country needs and
e country really wants, stop-
ir too long endured "fiddling-
)me-burns." So far the par-
ues and rivalries of the war
peace-loving Senate have fig-
too prominently in the cam-
and among other evils, have
o define the day's "practical
So many there are, East and
ho have been saying:, "We dis-
>refer Hoover; we think him

best man in the field, but, as practical SETTLING ARGENTINA DEBT
politics go, we fear he can not be nom-
inated. Of course he woulf win if
nominated." But such talk, yes, such Buenos Aires, June 3.-Although the
"fiddling," must stop and the poli- agreement on the part of the British
ticians must be made to recognize that government to pay off the $50,000,000
Hoover . is the only really practical owed by Argentina to United States
candidate.( Bankers, payable May 15, has been
The local club's catmpaign buttons, hailed here as "an act of friendship,"
replacing those entertaining but mani- official publicity has not yet been given
festly'effective tags, will be wormnbe- to. the understanding in banking
ing now ready for distribution. Those circles that the agreement was only
tags, by the way, were ridiculed as a conditional part of an ingenious
"price" tags. ' Such they surely were jfinancial arrangement which enables
but he laughed best who laughed last! Great Britain to pay her own hundred
They cost others more than us! Our million dollar debt to Argentina with-
membership, further, will be increased out sending to this country a single
and, in general, treasures will be taken cent.
to make the politicians' second choice Not only'is this $50,000,000 to be
sentiment for the peoples' first choice creditedN\by Argentina against Great
grow to the point of practical results. Britain's obligation, but the remaining
' DEAN H. H. LLOYD. $50,000,000 after being renewed, is to

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Union today, and no Union dance will
be. held tonight. This is to provide
room for more than 200 visiting ath-
letes who will be quartered there.
As the bedrooms at the Union have
accommodation for only 68 men, cots
have been placed in the assembly hall
and in the various rooms reserved for
group meetings.
ROCHESTER MANUFACTURERS
USE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING
Collective bargaining is the method
adopted by the clothing industry in
Rochester to solve its labor problems.
Manufacturers declare that it has been
so successf-ul here that the National
Industrial Federation f Clothing'
Manufacturers has been formed to
deal with a national organization of
the workers. In a time when strikes
have been frequent in other industries
there has been peace in this industry
here, except in one plant which is not
a party to the agreement between the
employers and workers.

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Payment of student fees
1920-21, will be made n
Waterman gymnasium.
urer's office will be mov
present location, in South'I
gym for the ten-day period
registration.
The eastern end of the
fitted up with a counter
modations for six clersk.
clerks will handle incomit
large number of clerks N
ployed to eliminate the
which resulted last fall fro
space occupied, and the
number of clerks.
The health service wi
usual table in the gym v
will be given out to the inc(
men giving the time at
must report for physical e
The Daily will also have a
subscriptions for the ye
taken care of.

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Are you a true Michigan Man? If
so keep in touch with all the teams,
at home and abroad by reading The
Daily each morning.-Adv.

be gradually extinguished through an
arrangement whereby Great Britain
for a certain period pays in London
the interest on .the principal part of
Argentina's external debt, bankers
have learned.

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