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THE :' MICH-IG[AN'

DAILY

ThU11RSDAY, OCTOB)ER 18, 1'931

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MORE FLIGHTS PLANNE FOR .7
ZRl A-i C/. JST DSH.'i, .,Y. 'NANDOA !-r_ f . ,H"

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KLAN ISSUE STIRS K
Anti-Ronius Uiiil orgize'd to Fight
Gr-ianting of Bonius to Able.
Bodied 3Men
1MTCIIAN flEI,(vLE S STTE
THEY WILL Fj lI lit f1, dl'

Fashion calls for felt, velour, velvet and fancy metal brocade
? ~ ~hats for dress, street and {dance wear.'T
POPULAR PRICE HAT SHOP
333 SOUTH MAIN STREET
Read The .Daily " Classified".Coluns

Lansing, Mich., Oct. 17.-Cases in- :....:: :
volving the teachers' bonus fight be-..................,..................................
tween the Detroit city council and bhe- .44.44...-. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . .,4*4.i4.
Board of Education and the yalidity
of the minimum wage provision of the ....
city charter werq today argued in ther,
State Supreme court.
In bothi cases the City council was :.. ..: :. ~~.
reopresented by Richard I. Lawson,
corpor aton counsel. Former- Judge P.{rhfy> .
J. _i.1-ally ahpea red for the Board
of Educaiton in tlhe bonus suit and for
I enntane and other plaintiffs in the ";._
miitiniu wage suit. .j ~" l Xy) /1 tJ1 Z.
Wage Lb.w 1Nt Enforced.
The wage suit -involves the validity , < ,h,
of the provision of the city charter*
which allows the minimum wage of -: '4
employee., of contractors, engaged in
public work to be $2.25 a day for I
common laborers and the highest pre-a *
vailintg wages for skcilled employees..' .
This provision, it is alleged, was
not enforced up to 1922, when city of-
ficials let it be known that it would T.l~iong of notables aittevding chbrkteuiiu of the"leadaK 1'Zi ni agra Lakehurst, N. J.
then be enforced. Contractors, who
had made lower bids than they other- More long flights are planned fer the ZR-1., now ofiiciallv flhe "tficn nt+?ah ';itriict was christened tls such
wise would on the assumption that the recently, and America's first made in American dirigile. '1im cZU_2--> kll tY cc c~(:&is~ruction in Germany, wAll be
clause would not be enforced, filed a named instead of numbered, as will olthers con structed i atir
bill, in the Circuit court to enjoin the~-----.---.
enforcement of the law.
Judge Fred B. Lamb of Cadillac, ' C 1 !Select w rnnyn" "rn I npr Ptn'rdA v C

San Francisco, Oct. 17.---(By A. P.)
-With Michigan delegates to the fifth
annual American Legion convention
holding out for the repuidiation of the
' Ku Klux Klan and the organization;.
here of a unit of the anti-bonus leaguie
to fight any resolutions favoring; comn-
pen sation for- the- ex-service Men, the,
convention finished its third dlay or a
virtual deadlock here tonighta.
Late today a, spirit of comiprocmise.
entered the Ku Klux IKlan qulest ion
when the California delegates in ca--
cus voted on "an honest neutrality"
in matters pertaining to politics, re-,
ligion and industry. This wa,, the fir -t.
break in a-situation which Legion of-
ficials admitted was threatening hew
Legion.
Michigan delegates stated li thetl y
would fight to force thirough thereo
"t4otions drawn up by JTams ! unt ,
Pleasant, Michigan in wich the T.e>-
gion will be called on ,tom10oo ur
Friday to renounce the Klan as "lIi-_
american in fact," and "contrary to
the very princiiiles for whichl fhe
Aerican Leg;ion stands."
Ame formation of an anti-bronusi
Lague here spelled the hope that the
-- 1compensation committees would finally
work out a resolution in conniitees
that would b e acceptable to the entire
convention, Legion official:; slatedt to-
* T" night.
*1'Lieut. William nC. Va a Aui wcr") i'
L1the leader of the national adlvisory1
council of the American Legiou and
at chairman of the anti-bonus faction,
ofj "For the disabled, everything; for
Ion the abled bodies, nothing," wvIll be the
is- demand of the anti-bonus faction, Mr.
3. Van Antwerp stated.
ee "That is the slogpn for tiwe cx-r-:'
on vice man's anti-bonius league which is;
ith now organized and actively function-i
e-Iing in 26 states. We are opposed to

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BIC PAUSICAL COMEDY... 1-1-

Mine People and Mostly(irs
S IN('[NG! DA: CIN

Saturday and Sunday, 20-21,
G! COMEDY!

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SPECIAL MIDNIGHT SHOW
F11IDAY .ANtD SATITRDAY-START'S 11 O'CLOCK
Be here at 11 o'clock Shary

! mu vvIt. m R irrui .itvls
FILL, lIME__INS[DVClOI3" Sel ction of art wo rks donated to
j aeuniversity 1yI1 odof
F'OOTB3ALL LINE COACH TO T]EACH' Kalamiazoo wvill is ~e place when a

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r:?< s2fl,o Oct 17.-Delegates
1"f thrt-hilannual convention
11. f "Pl is an tateC Library associati
1); . . Wo,,hisda in a round-table &
c,.', c ' various Ibrary iproblems.
j nui'C .In~ey 1010 delegates we
ill~.teiia~COat the opening sessi4
Tie, -1,Y v af -,noon when Miss Edi
of" the u'niversity library e

Elton E. Wieinlan, '18, assist-ant foot-'Uiest fhsrmral otc
ball coach, has been engaged by the tion of works of art and the committe
Board in Control of Athletics to re- w iill officially mass upon Mr. 'Todot',
main at the University for the entire gifts.
year as instructor in physical educa_ The commnittee is coimnsedi of 1' e.i-
tion. Coach Wieman at the present ide t Burton. Prof. Brace oil;c
time is in full charge of the line of !of the fine arty dejpartine t, Ralph 1>I'
the Varsity football team. !'tooth, !President of the D)eroit in-
"Tad," who is considered one of the i Jsituite of Art, 1. K. v'}oiid of ic,
best linemen Michi~n has ever pro- arcchitect of the UTnion aid uLet.
duped, was captain of the Varsity team ;ase of the Chicago rt i'ustct.
In 191?:, jn addition he was awarded I
the conference miedal for all-around Frsr 'o
scholastic and athletic ability and was: S. Lo-vejoy, '07,afri lvo-
eeted a member of Phi Beta Kappa., sor in the forestry(ipvu'.
Since his graduation he has served dressed mnore thanii5()niei..r:io e

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44 ~~ a~43. ~ (uscussLLion on waysd.ofV'thle granting of any form of bonus to
~e '~%jnginteriest in state library# able bodied ex-service men on the
voilk without mid by the gweirnent. aground that to serve a country in timne
E ,etuiic ixrl add,1resses at Wednes>- of war is riieea elnsadt
!{ 1 w e s~n 'reie b~e byLeeandtoseep a material regard there-
A. Wifo th l~erohNewsandfore is an act repugnant to tbe spirit
iii. :2amh togl, ssitan seretryof true patriotism and a violation of
Oet I L; Ntionatl Library association. - the fundamnentals of American citizeni-
The convention adjourns Thursday isi.
iIocfli -, followring an election of offi-'sip
cers for the c onin year and the se- I-
lecrtimi0o. the.1,12 convention city. Daily classified for real results.

asasistant fuoall coacn. Last No-
veniber lie left for California but re-
turned again to help) in tiraining this
year's football squad. He will also
be an instructor in the Summer Coach-
ing school. He will teach the four-
year course in the physic-,li education
school.

h l1d last ovenin st; h T ia .~.Anoa, Oct. 16-.(By A.P.)-The as- i-__-,.:
estry farmn. M. Lo ajo i~ orn 1.u v otcd to retain Angora as the ~:
oft. aul LBunyan, the l .iu ; m,_l)Cr- 4 It'.a tru-,e Efi c1(.ncy to uise Dail'
hack. clas. s-Adv
Te GenEveryvOccasion
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Isham Jones Orchestra

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Fox trot
Fox trot

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AT FAIR PRICES

244 CXTHlE ISLE OF WICKI, WACKI Woo
011 SIS T EM! AIN' THAT HOET

Gene Rodemlinch's Orchestra

I2 7S- TDNICTDRSE

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Tango

2455--WOLVERINE BLUES
WHEN JUNE CAME ALONG WITH A SONG
2473-SOUTH SEA EYES
SLOW POKE

Lymnan's Ambassador Orchestra

Fox trot
Fox trot
Fo .to
Fox trot
Fox trot
Fox trot

Oriole Orchestra

2471-WHAT COULD BE SWEETER

Fox trot

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The S, tofltPonuhp
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616 E. LIBERTY STREET

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