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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1926

THEI MICHIGTAN DTAILY

PA GB THREE

LEADER NEEDE Business Man Gets Credit For Set
IN 5DM MER CAM PSU Cnra r Of Coal Struggle Which
By Jeion T. Liewing Jr.
Cetrl.resStaff Correspondent
M1an4 Requests For Nen To Instruct WAHNTN'e. 7-W~st
W~b 7-h e- i Athlletics And Social fork tied the~ anthracite coal strike?
Recelved At Lane Hall
______President Coolidge?
A~hLE ES W NTEDJames J1. Davis, secretary of labor?
--Gifford Pinchot, governor of Penn-
sylva-ia
.Stu~dents interested in positions as Senator Royal S. Copeland of *New
leaders and directors in summer York? :$::":
c pscan seuedfnt nomto ohnL. lILewis, international presi-
regarding o requirements and types of det.f:iers.nin
work by applying at the Summer Camp Richard F. Grant? J
Leaders employment b~ureau at the The pjublic?
Student Christian association. This rhe question is one of political imn-
bureau has recently been established portance. All of those named with
as a. result of the numerous requests the possible exception of Mr. Grant,
w ihich have oet h soito would like to Have the credit, and tlie hv aet h soito -: :: . ..
asking for suitable young men to lead is the only one who isn't in politics.
groups of yugbyo otk Settlement ot the hard coal strike , --
charge of special work in a camp. presents an anomalous situation in the!
Such requests as, "I will need a man national adlministration.
for athletic work capable of instruct- President Coolidge is quoted as say-
ing in swimming and canoeing," or ing the agreement to resume mining
"Ican use a men to take charge of was brought about without his in-' '" :, ,
the social and religious work in tervention, but Secretary of Labor >
campl for which it is necessary that James J. Davis dleclares that the
he have a good singing voice," show terms of the settlement were pre-
the need for university students who pared at his department, and that he
are capable of gvn athletic instruc- proal held a series of secret RcadF rn
tiono n conducting songs and meetings with the representatives o;' -__________________
m tig. the miners and operators. Iigo h White House and demand-
Those students who wish to register Some of Mr. Davis' closest associ -!in action.
so as to secure interviews with camp ates aver President Coolidge was kept Credit for the work that led to the
lireclors when they come to Ann Ar- cnttladieofhepgrsofnewx agreement is given in Philadel-
bor, or who wish to correspondl with the negotiations. phia, where the peace was made, to
suchmen shold et n toch ith The strange situation is thereby pre-
Mr. G'raftoi at Lane hall between the sented of the chief executive claiming!
hours of two andi six daily. A di- no credit for the termination of the'
rector from a camp in northern Mich- strike, admitting only that represen-
igan will be at Lane hall from two to tatives of the department of labor kept
six o'clock today for interviews withi in close touch and advised. Secretary , IN '
any students who are interested. Davis of what was going on while the,
______________________________cabinet member himself has given a Theatre, Ann Arbocr
___________________detailed account to his friends of the ;
I ETROIT THEATRES part he played in the conferences:; The Artistic Eve
THIS WEEKI leading up to the settlement.
- T HIIWEKSharilig the Glary B pca
Simultaneously with the settlement, .Thne )aniiaittai Opera
A R InK Eves.- 50e to $2.50 some Republican papers in Pennsyl-1 Presents on Tuiesday
ARRIC~Wed. Mat. 50c to $1.50 vania suggested Mr. Davis as a G. O.!
i 111 Sat. Mat. 50c to $2.00
Detroit Echoes Broadw ay's Praise of P. nominee for governor of that state, 4 1M A" A5M
., and an effort was made to show that,
pStolenu rtuit he had helped to bring about a set-
,~With These Thre stars tdement of the strike while all efforts
Ann Harding Rollo Peters I in that direction by Gov. Gifford Pin- with TAMAK.
Harry Derestord chot had failed. Gov. Pinchot, it is ;
oet~ePahueNgts 750to $1.50elimd
8 ntilalyhue s.TuCS.,Thnr. lamd hoped to erecta presidentialz Demetri Onofrci, Graha'
and Sat., 50c-750 3 boom on publicity gained through aI
Woda4at idiot Tel. Glendale 9792 strategic settlement of the mine war. X E N S A
The DONSTELLE CO. j One thing is certain, the- presidentIE NE A r
In j9bn gckert Goodmaw's Thrilling Drama did not act on, and showed that he
+ N ,did not intend to act on, th'e "request"&
uU A H of the United States senate made af- I1
C AME BACK ter a fight led by Sen. Copeland, that1
he ivit th minrs nd he pera wih M RIN
Lafayette at Shelby itorsnt the WhierHose forahconfer- ihM R N
Schbert Latayott Nights,50c to$3.30 tr oteWieHuefraclir
bat.Mat. 5oc-$2.75 ence.i Julian Oliver, .Manuelj
Pop.Thurs.Mat. 5oc to $2.20 Cadillac 8705 But regardless of how the strike
Arthlur Hammerstein's was settled, whether the national ad- Y Y RHE
miitrto played an important part, Aldo) Frtiiche
R o-s a owla rise or no part at all in bringing about
the agreement, there is a feeling of MI RESPI
Beg.Feb. 22-"RAINBOW ROSE" - elation in official Washington over the M I RESPI
settlement at this time when congress NOW $3.30, $2.75,
PAi YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW. from both ends of the Capitol was fir -_______________

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tl ~ e tIARICA, Chile.- The Tacna-Arica VIENNA. - All actors in nine
ne e tplebiscite comnmission has promulgat- Vienna theaters were notified by man- fhi.m ~~lQ
Pol+tc" ans Cla"m ed the law which is to govern the agers that their engagements, which 19rWiflb VIU IIui,U gC
off the two provinces. The commis- I owing to insufficient funds.I ORTHOPEDIST
sion postponed commencemnent of reg- SIj?07 N. University Ave, Phone $191$
Richard F'. Grant, president of Sus-I istration to March 15. PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW. _________________
quelhanna Colliers Co. and vice presi-
dent of the M. A. Hanna Co., Cleve-11.11
laind.
'' C '1 Were Public Conmes InIPEF O M N.?
But h<= sidesteps the honor with the E j4
sta'tement; "I call attention to the
i geat common sense and wisdom of The
IPresident C ooiidige. It is my firm con- f T eW rdSO m'S eter
viction that if he had yielded to the Nefber Aas JMore Siveetlyj
great pressure upon him and had Ips o acntnl
tried to intervene, this contract would
not have been signed when it was." veautiful"
On the other hand, "Exhaustion" is
saidl by some of the best informed men j Hrwneflcrso
in the fedleral service to be more re-
sponsible for the settlement than any I gl r ln rea h
other one thing. Exhaustion on the romps through a story so+" -,, ;
part of the miners, who had been splendidly heart compel,
without work since Aug. 31, and who ling that the tears of syrn-
were suffering from hunger and even, pathy are driven away by
lack of coal in the hearts of the an- swift wrinkles*o agtr
thracite region. Exhaustion on the s
part of the mine operators, whose
properties had been on a non-produc-K
ing basis for the longest time in thef
ahistory of the industry. J
"The public won the strike," is the,
E statement of others. Undoubtedly the,
public suffered inconveniences and^
evenhadhp through forced use of
I anthracite substitutes at prices :often ,Uie
higher than hard coal brought, but Artists
it (lid prove to the hard coal miners ?prd,' ,Pic
axldl operators that the country would PaoliV2:0
not freeze without anthracite.. 3:40

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