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nn 'FORM ER TURKISH R ULER LIVES will suffer the same fate, and so they drives a taxicab, a third peddles Ger-
cotnuinmir npoetyi E-man-made "Persian" rugs at the.
MEA GERLYON BORROWED MONEYopean cities.1 p Riviera resorts, another sells cheap
TO ! The more energetic and practical of cotton stockings on the streets, a
(By Asociated PressOne of these Turkish noblemen, Die- the number are making a living at fourth hawks bananas, another sells
T BE GI NHPRr rRAM SAN REMOFraneecNov. 3.--Sultn mal Bey. a ministerof the in- hard manual labor. One of them, for chestnuts on the curb and so on
Mohammed VI, the last ruler and ca- teior, finding it impossible to make a example, works as a cook in a Turk-
Record Number of High8chool Tans liph of Turkey, is struggling to main- living in Europe, returned to Turkey.': ish restaurant in Paris, a second Patronize Daily Advertisers
Meet in First of Preliminary tain himself and his small household He surrendered to the authorities, was
Debate SerIes, Nov. 2 at this quiet retr at on b rofwed sent to Angora, and immediately tried i, -
money or on charity fund: sent h i for treason. He was found guilty and
LIST LEAGUE MEMBERS by relatives and former supporters. was executed. Many like him would
While other former European mon- like to r"urn to their homeland rath-
With the opening of the Michigan arcls and nobi)sP e l/iing in ('Om Ci than starve abroad, but know they
h hparativehDluxDary in lands.

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gr1r4 g gV -m L16 CtU p gri~i
k" lamnied VI imrur:t niale ropeat ed calls
lNov. 20, more than 192 high school for assistance to save him and his
debating teams will meet each other modest retinue :rcin poverty.
in the first of the preliminary debate The aged sultan recently was so
series scheduled by G. E. Densmore, hard up that he was obliged to dis-
state manager of the league. At this
tim, aproimaely600high school pence v; r. his young sn' 1s German
time, approximately 600 nur3e. Soon after that he was threat-
debaters will begin a vigorous cam- ened with evietion if -e failed to p y
paign for debating laurels, and 300 ' hs rent. Things looked black for the
judges will decide on the victors in ofice wealthy and influential bead of
the initial struggle for state chain- the iosie world, when his sister
pionship honors. saved thi situation by pavring afla
The league enrollment, according to sad titan by pea';
Mr. Densmore, is expected to totala mond ringy and a isetof pearls
me tihan 200 teams whve alln mern- Sacl a thi deb he sun
mrthn20taswnalme- Screy1athsd>tbonbership applications have been re- i h the. sultan's nephowv came to
ceived. Reports on the nieinbt'etshi Paris and squandered halt the sum
of schools in the upper peninsula are realized on his mother's jewels, which
still lacking, but several more teams was said to be a million francs.
may be added to the league's roster. A fresh call probably will be made
A complete list of all the high schools upon the former monarch's relatives
represented in the league will be is- but many of them are in as great need
sued by the Extension division as soon as the ex-sultan himself. For example,
as these schools are heard from. Prince Ziaeddin, eldest son of the sul-
Each school debates twice on the tan's predecessor, Mohammed V, is in
same side, the affiirmative ente'rtaining the last stages of destitution. He and
the negative. As far as possible, each his wife and two daughters are fac-
school has been scheduled with an- ing eviction for non-payment of rent.
other school according to a prefer- Friends have started a subscription in'
ence expressed on the league enroll- their behalf.
ment blanks, but care has also been The situation of the other 250 mem-
taken to schedule each school in such hers of the imperial family of Turkey
a manner as not to isolate any .one who were driven from Constantinople;
high school. is even more acute than that of the
To facilitate the pairing off of the sultan. They are scattered in differ-
first debates, a large state wall map ent parts of Europe and live only by
has been placed in the extension of- the charity of their friends. When
fice. Scattered over this map are red they were expeled from Turkey they
and blue position pins, each pin rep- were allowed to take about $150.'
resenting one high school of the lea, Their property was nationalized and
gue. For each of the four preliminary their jewels and property confiscated,
series of debates, rubber bands will These fugitives include 35 princes and
be crisscrossed in successive posi- princesses of the house of Osman,
tions, .connecting the various high three shieks-ul-Islam, a former grand
schools meeting each other in that de- vizier, many cabinet ministers, two
bate. After two debates have been court chamberlains, half a score of
'held, the teams change from one side editors, many army and'navy officers
to the other, and two more debates and a number of high government'
conclude the preliminary series. From officials.
this group of point winners are chos-
en the elimination teams which com-,
pete for the state championship fin-
als, to be held in Ann Arbor next We have an
May.cg
In accordance with an arrange- Attractive Line of
ment by the Detroit Free Press, each
one of the schools entering this elim- Gifts f A l
inttion series will receive a wall
plaque suitably inscribed with the
name of the high school and the de--APPLIEDhAMRoTwe n
baters. Members of the two teams in A T
the championship finals will be 2 Nickels Arcade
awarded gold watches. The winning ThShop for Unique Gifts
team also receives a cup as a trophy
fro-m the debating league.

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