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7TTUR SDAY, NOV1,AMI3ER 5, 1925

mu-j MICHIGAN DAILY

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1)ouebnlfual IsmE Fxpress~ioni Of
'fle ~llCl'Flie -I~ajority I
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FewCats 'taken
'itr Oe;a rrd
1That thec theft a"o v 'ts iAx xP U-
iverit bjv uildings 1."v i7 CbcD(;bcd its
ithe belief Of U1 Tiity Ofii"ils.
But lut c ecourts have be.en roj~o t ad
stolen infli e la,-t two wueoks, sillc.t1h"'
arrest andi conviction of a De)troit

4Y 19 ro :repite I youth 0on the Charge of Si } ;iig anl
overcoat, and his subse'quent se ntec (e
REZA KHAN MAY LEAD 1to serve one to Five years in th,, state
______penitentiary. One of the three t(8iwn
(lay Associated Press) I l~ in olt. thaa builhg.,li.;
LnWon, Nov. 4.-The deposition of'
thle s of Persia by the Persian left the ci(ty oil Saturdlay for Paris,
N11atipintl assemibly "for the Sake of 1(cl)~~~adtcmn fcl
91he nationl~t warfare" caused no Sur'- cliei"; Tli" dis~pct.l adds th-et every--'
prie htre, hut the action of Me-
thing1X1wa niet and 1i 'at the City 'a
lIss on ,: tirfay in overthrowing the to be 11 ' lated J f,)tathree ntgW hs as
(iyntw Y,hd not been expected. The
tcc t _i nof solie member of the tasg t cj~ig
failyvfreec n<enti y had been suggestedl,.TDY
ih d( r e(,p o rtsi o f th7e im p e n d in g d e- A ' 'h V '" r i Tlo l ? e O f , t t h m d M r
jar, thl~l;e 27-yea ?r-oIl ;;shah, were Cur-! T t , _YT '-t A FR, D~k
rent.
111',erdoubt is expressed as to --------'--'--
wthert1;I the abolition of the dlynasty ".J E T 7
rc e yeents the feeling among the Per-1 T H! S ~ W E~ E K~
simwh are said to have been un-s -
der itheimpression that the monarchy, ~ll4,V lf51 S a ue3,'y
ways-0t-cong. The voice of the people,~ ItLh' j:iv'
ifithoug ht here, possibly will hb hns' Ae" . '. str at.,s ,. t$.5o
lh>>1~' on~ this point as coon as tWei 'I't. Caillac r5705
c et1io>); to the announced constitu-, Th T T R~NC
ent : aseimbIly begins.Vex''V Plan Goer 't- l~d "ec 7t!
i\Jauch", however, seemls, likely to de-! l-'; rdtr iC-I.Uovc Wiltil(1cal 31!
1 1i on Premier Reza Khan, who is M Ciii Clrou il ors of 3
re~ddas, not a strong man, but -_----_-_
M ~ ' ves. - 50c to t 5i)
} if scdbnth of strategy and state-," R I 1 wed. PMat. 5rc to 5l. O
Cr1 ":t. l ie l Iikely will sound public Sat. Mitt. 50c r., $::.U
omriIon oni the. form of thle new goy- AB "S IRISH r '
ornl1r a'. 1Yhis, it i said, he can af-
for l to do, as it is virtually certain L.AST 2 WNEEh7S
he will retain all real power in Persiaj Fiilaci'rrnec: Nov. i
in any Case. tha
''1CInis a rumor in London fthatg If 1 ~ngts :'sc tee5
T?. a has .seized the throne hmslf Bas leuPlye14 g. rih Iii'S & Sat.
ju thi cano becofired 50cand 75c
di, lspcanhno te MofrningPos Woodward at lEliot Tel. Glendale 972
(lsac oteMrigPs + F efroTeheran, the Persian capital, re-' h B N T LL O
pori,- hattheforer row prnce In the Rollicking, NTOVel. Satiric Comed~y
that 3the Torm erThecrownon princeck
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