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February 27, 1923 - Image 2

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t R O M I IU N O ISoti tc0.l w
with a second.
score 8 to 8 Pinpt li-j
lc'ad and" Ely tied the coulnt'
the, play bein-g exceptionallyr
:pke replaced iBirks and l--c11-
iut Illinoir ahead, hut Ely cr.00
1again and the half e:A("1 IC
e econd period Pa'per Ntall
ring, Ely added another aI.
Ln began to out-tosa lio:
'playing by Mlichigain gave 11Wi-
points in all on free th 'rr:
ig missed.
arty was inrt ed i r goy
.n out of dlangor in the (In :=
lutOS> with 2 ?'I,(;r.

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ecret 4)£' lte at An4IrT,2' CoiIues
Constantinopl, Feb). 2 (yA.P.)
J -The secret debate on the treatyr be(-_ v I heasnby«
coni~nue for two orthedas h
P,,rkish reply will lbe :submit'ted i tthec
rallies: after an open ssion of t
-v ~a .;,rnhly when a detailed xpc. ationa
of the situation will l)e pres'ented.

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ill tote;Comedy of I otil'id l~oia
By Alice Duer iller & ltobt. .i ltou
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Thie TI~di" odn dlimeo
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For wiry, fractious hair--soft
rfluffy hair-for any kind of 'hair
that won't behave use? Stacomb.
Four hair will stay .combed all
allay if you use Stacomb. Ideal after
washing your hair. Restores nat-
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Adds life and luster.
Ask your barber for a Stacornb
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(Cof nt i1 ed fomPage,.,One)"
iter.,e interest amonng senators in
*administraticn prop)osal w-as
.ifested by a food of st;atements.
os~e from Dcliocratic leade r id-
ed ftivo 'cr the plan but there were
iironounced hostile netes ftrom the
2ccncilabl-es ;and A I ost complete
ence of~ public endorseme°nt from
administration andreer vation-
lcnator Johnson 'of' California,
x)ient epublMican, issued a state-
nt critical of the adwhiNitrational
11-oal and dccelar-ing the United
~t ,es could not go into thec League.
John onl in Oppo'itialn
We are not go :ng- into the Lcague
Nations, at this s3esa ion of con--'
,ss' "Senator Johib-on asserted.
)enorati cenorsement of the
11, while rgeneral, twasi ac;omx£,anic~l
jilbes at the alleged rcvex -.al of the
ninistration poIlcy. 'The aching
zrfocratic leadkor, Scn at-ol i Rb ason
Arkansas, issucc1 a statemnei de-
ring f33r(IlineCss fo ' r thepro-,)-al
adding ;hat it maniffted -l"timid-
and ialf heartedness" andl consist-
in "repjjudiation of th'p1ic(o
-particips tion in European 'Iaffairs.,,
Inatoi' Swanson of Vi'g-inla, w hq,
1 be ranking Democrat on the for-
a rolatioiis comn r:t~ee -in the next
gry:s, ii~i."l a ;;t lornt coin-
wling the adlnni ftration design.
I an- g;lad to note," saidlahe, "that
adn"-istration has at lasWt r£ch-.
a. ecnclusion that It is necessary
the United St&. es to aban -donr its'
icy of isolationr."

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Lfcss kin the fire whliich s wept th-ie
.,"hree buldi ngs Avere destropil by tl-.
.entained a 'huge amnount of pcrk, ha:' 1

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Y.:... : '..Y- t i ,. .. ha ! 1. take. n three-
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4 40 11ou;'s. Oise of the building s

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NEW YORK

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Labor Leader Sails for Vinglqand
New York, Feb. 26.-(By A.P.)-
John L. Lewis, president of the United
Mine 'workers of Ameriba sailed to--
day on the steamship Celtic to study
conditions among the coal meines of{
xlreat Britain. He ;plans to be gon(
0 weeks.

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