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THURSDAY, JANUTARY 6, 1927 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

UNITED EURlOPE EE
AS INDUSTIAL PVA
SEATTLE, Wash., Jan, 5.--A united
Europe, to comlbat the Jnited States
industrially, is visioned by Dr. AdolphE
Reichwein, professor of geographical)
economics at Jena university, Gor-
many, who is touring the United States
and Canada, intensively studying re-
sources.
"A united Europe, economically,. is
rio idle dream. Our capitalists who in
-.919 never believed that- peace with
France was possible, now regard i
as inevitable. For tw o yea,-s-o fe e c s a o g a i < . rs pt,.
taken place which have reulted in
German-French steel, iron and coal
combinations; _Fren1ch-Belgian1-Gean'1?i~
textile combinations, and Fr'nch-
Swiss-Germai) combinations in text,!iles
and electrical power.
"The. United States of Europe~, to
which we look forward, will have the
coal and iron resources of France aid
Belgium anl the food and raw ma-
aerial of Russia, with Germany as the;
workshop. Unless this United States
of Europe develops within five or tenl
years, it seem,; that a revolution of-
woriting masses in many countries of
Eur'op'e will be hard to avoid.

SEES1 INDUSTRIAL UNION

S11O1-TAGE OF W'ORK FOR STUDENTS
PrA Y.FORCE MANY OUT OF COLLEGE

More than 50 students applied for
jobs yesterday for wI 3on no posit ions
Calil)be socurcd, aCCordill" to Miss'
Mary CGristy, in chargO of the Univer-
sit y employmnelit bureau. "These si m-
dlnts must heave jobs5, or"Ithey will bie
j freed to leave school,'' sbe reports.
Most of the appli'<iut 0 require board
f '001 roomJbs, but i=fet' ineed csi3s i
order to, pixy their fees at, i1?e beginl-

juin of the second semester. The bu-
reau as~ks that those who have part
t me Jiob:, for students open communi-
cation with the office of the Dean of
Stud1(ents at once.
Miss Cristy is in charge of the bu-
i'p,,nItemporarily in the absence of
Mr.Mariy L. Stewart. She has re-
ceived more than 50 requests for work
a day, while only three offers of jobs

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hav b en reported a d y ' s S i6e~'fr:L ai s'lst .?911lll l !l1141? iylit 'i6r
The closing down of one restaurantlE
andl the change in ownership of an- J
other were mentioned as factors in 3363 Just a Little Longer2
the situation.
_______' Idolizing with Vocal Chorus
LONDON.-Absolute secrecy will not. Parle Lane Orchestra
eattained in transatlantic radiophony'
for some months, an official of the ..
British postoffice said. Plans to insure =2 35Iv rw oLneoe hnigo o
Isecrecy are complete and it is only a, 37='eGonS oesmTikigo o
matter of working them out by experts, Take in the Sun, Hang CJut the Moon
who are devoting their efforts to foil-,
ing possible eavesdroppers.WihVclCou
;t y ( p " j f j /I IThe Clevelanders-
.~ f cure yu an o o ~Iw 3348 Don't Be Angry with Me
4. E1UROP It Made You Happy When 'You Made Me Cry
>14 splendid student tours un- i ,ung bp Esther Walk~er and Male Quartet;
t1 der the expert management of
Ian old established agency. 44~.
to 64 days of unequalled inter- : 523Peud nC hr-MnrPin ore-
:Netin Scotland, England, Hot- 1. }eue C.,.-< )MnrPaofre
jjland,Belgiuni,France,Germany, Bl ~ackKySud ~
:Switzerland and Italy. June to kkey ShadpSolo
September-$485 up. ~ .- oosg
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TOURS ! 2
225 Fifth Ave., N.Y. ?.
Mrs. Robt. C. Angell
2 ay Pon 78- 61 6 East Liberty St.
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"This union may take place with
without England."

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