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4] TWOTHE MICHIGAN DAILY

COUZENS ADO TE
MICIG~AN SENATOR, HOMEW FROM
EURIOPE, AIR iT IEWS ON
AVORI{IA.PROBLEMS
New York,O0ct. 10-(By A.P.)--Re-
ceivershlip for Germany, a more symp-

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Antique Set Of
Books On Exhibit
Regent Lucius L4. Hubbard's collec-
tion of "Gulliver's Travels" will re-
place the tapestry plates now in the!l
corridor of the general library as an t
exhibit the latter part of this -week.,
This collection, presented to the Uni-
verity by Regent Hubbard, comer.se l
several hundred volumes from the
earliest edition in 1726 to the. most I
recent of the modern editions. It inE
eludes translations of the work at var-
josperiods into French, German.
Swedish,' Dutch and Italian.
Another collection of Regent Hub-
bard's, that of an equal number of
copies of "Robinson Crusoe", will be

shown at some f me in the future to!
be announced later.
'JUDGE DISMISSES
RIOTrING CHARGES~
Oklahoma City, Oct. 1O---(13y A.P.)
f-Rioting chiargos against M. C. Jew-
## ett, grand (ragon of the Kiu Klux Mlan
in Oklahoma and two others WVere
dismissed today b~y Justi~ce of Peace
L, 1. White, after preliminary hea-
ings.
Berlin, Oct. 10-A new airdrome and
central flying station has been open-
ed onTempelhofor Field, formerly the
Kaiser's palace grounds.
Daily classified for real results.

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to ly plns fr th imeeing of the'
gceriu~ oad A i ie so cty, the
Amog ohermut(''s to be Ibrought
beoreotIe couci l will Tbe 'a report,
Of theprgescmtteote -
Sisality of theOldera 1 n assuming
to moe d re intc:';n in thUtP n
zprrt 1i 1n 1;1.(:'x s 'in the 'U nited j
a :(n study1 (Aithe probemsi hs ce-
foli i ilt teQGwHlmnPh e a report o
fial oit h tr ny emeth-1
od s of coa,_l .r!'r.]gc. VA Wiudstuady (Af
t his sujet hs1 een,1dein all parts'
ofth onyan lit L;it I1,i the pur-?
ise of inLSuin g 1, in epeople of the
natonparcuh ii'thelarger coal
conumes, yar an idsupply that
furhe sud1my1e 3m1ade, ac Rcord-1
ing to Dean' i(ooley. The society is?
tInf'1a(vor i (_;to 1, i wh hercon-
umerl may uy'u.-;':whenit is!
at alowpric anI sife t f"oI it ably.
ttus insuri 10_1pl;x_0iul!spply to
conuinrs nd t te sme ime g,,iv-
K , tue;for a,,.:s cie coal wil
be cnsiere atthemecng.The
l)sbstitutelorl anthri te 'to avoid!
stries i themine.["DlinitE action
has not been taken enany of thesel
matr,"si Ien~Joe,."the aideca
being to tinert,? gatetheu dy ia bli t
of the soc ie ly to .interest Etl arth-;
thor in them."j
. _ e Mw" ei ..'w i s.
toda wi l begix n cu p y by1pay i-an
resuts ill o pvciioutas oon aft-
C n . C In" n m f uepnicat 8
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ade~ eet 1L3UIL1p'iy AmricaX in, i-U Ir
bean affairs and modhifcations of theI
,.z Volstead act were somec of the recoin-c
inendations voiced by Senator James
Couzens of Michigan who returned to-
day from a touer of Europe.
Ile said he believed Hny d For
would be elected President if he. were .
nominated by any of the recognized
parties, but he would not hazard a
ry' jguest as to Ford's chance of obtain-
ing ,the nomination. Pa" bra
The Senator, who has been ara
D)ean Afortiiner E. Cooley since July, limped slightly as lie leftI
nihten the steamer as a result of an accidentj
ginerng olege lft lat ngh fo 'while motoring through Holland when
gineringcollgeleftlastfora tree fell on his automobile. H~is:
SRochester, N. Y., where he will attend;
the three day convention of the .Fed- daughter and Mrs. Couzens also were
slightly injured in the accident. j
orated American Engineering societ- lesi hssuy fcnitosi
105 (f which he is the national presi- GemnIa ovncdhmta h
dent, only solution would be a receivership
for Germany. 4 Germany can pay," he
' said. "I don't know whether she can
~IARINO B REIVEpay the reparation figures determined
+ o a TOby the conmmission in 1921 but she can
M~Pfl~ be placed in a position where she
11 F 0 flI I Hu can jay a good "deal at any rate." j
-U. S. Interest Deeded
While expressing sympathy with
F iumue, Oct. 10-(B3yA.P.)-Establishx- (France in her effort to get back some- I
meet of a free customs zone and other thling. for the war damage Senator
measures to revive industry and trade Couzens said he was wvhole-heartedly
in favor of any plan that would re-
in Fiinue are contemplated by General les h rsn itlrbecni
Ciardino, military governor, with the tion of the masses in Germany. In
consent of Premier Mussolini. The Berlin, hie said, lie saw thousands of 11
free zone wv~uld include the entire women and children lined up to get
city of Fiume and all the suburbs milk, rations and while Merlin con-
along the coast, taking in Abbazia. Isuimed for its purpose 1,200,000 liters a
Lo ,rania, and Albona. dlay, the supply is only 400,000 liters.:
I adibtion, the products of the "It is p~erfectly ridiculous for the
b.;llixite mines at Albona would be al-1 great United States," he ;said, "to
lowed free importation to Piumne. The tand aside without even having any1
bauxite now is shipped to Germany opinions. America should take a sys-
providing one of the chief sources tematic interest without entering the
of raw material for the German alum- world court."
mnum indlustry. The establishment of Referring to domestic affairs the 1
an aluminum factory here will b en- Senator asserted that' too many con-
coura goed. 'gressmen or politicians think mnore of
their jobs than they (d0 of the wel-
fare of the country. Hle said it was
FI GURS REVEALLA~ RE too early. to commit himself as to
whether hie would seek reelection to1
!°nPTni~i rlnrainIT0E #nrn"'the U. S. Senate.j

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fV Wahington, Oct. 10-Postoffl o de-j
partment expenditures, during the last
fiscal year, worre $556,893,000, with
revenues of $532,828,000, showing an
apparent dieficit of $24,065,000, it is
announeced by H-arry S. New, postmnas-f
ter-general. There was ani increasej

Pekin, Oct. 1]0 - Wu Ching-liens
speaker of the house, is mentioned.f
t'for Premier under President Tsao {
Kiun.I
Daily classified for real results. I

To begin at once-$100 a course.
Inquire at field, Packard street
anid City Limits.
Passengers $5 a ride

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Mlake Reservations Early

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j12,I Pr~fices-Lower foor, $2.00; balcony, $i1.8i 1 an[d $1.65. A~llll sets re- ll i

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name sums up in two words
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points to value, 'the mark of style,
the assurance of faultless fit, of
shapeliness and enduring wear.
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