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TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, ,.1027

THE MICHIGAN .DAILY

PAGE THRE^9

'TXThSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1927 ?AGE THREE

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FIXES 38OU GWEEK
3 6 !OH(By Asso ; fatd Press)
p MOSCOW, Jan. 10;-The Soviet gov-
ernment has instituted a 36-hour
working week for office and mentalj
workers and for those who work un-j
derground. For junior workers over
14 years of age, the, new labor law
establishes a four-hour working dlay.
Children under 14 are not allowed to
work. Women employes who are
t about to become mothers receive two
" 'month's leave of absence with pay be-
fore the birth of the child as well asI
R two months after, c~nfinement.
tSICK STUDENT IS
OUT OF DANGER
Carl J. Lundquist, '28, mnember of
the Opera orchestra who was stricken
with pneumonia at Buffalo, during the
Opera tour, was reported yesterdayf
as almost out of danger aind on his
way to recovery, although. minor-corn- I
plicatlons have set in.

IIS NEW DIRECTOR TOLSTOY GROUP HEARS SLOSSON
Prof. Preston P. Slosson, of the his- of s~ome of the work of the league and
tory' department, speaking on "The answered questions.
Living League of Nations" before the
Tolstoy league yesterday afternoon* Fall Improved, W ord. ics
dicusd the refusal of the United
- States and Soviet Russia to enter theOfA tn ng D co
League of Nations.
f "Russia," he stated, "will not enter (By Associated Press)
:'.r:!:, V because of her fogri of government, fl AO C. a.1.3iiat
"hie heUnte.Srts:tas:utbe have been used to increase the blood.
pressure of former Secretary of the
r':.4. : /"; " cause of memnori s of apoica Interior Albert B. Fall, ill of pneu-+
squabble, and bec.uetreinoed monia at his home here. H. G. Chain,
r h 4 rti x} to intensive economical progress." He personal secretary to Fall, said today
Swent on to state that sine neither of
her reasons were permanent, the
United States might find entrance "a
..convenience if not a necessity." Ac-vV oi
cording to Professor Slosson, theonl
other nations not in the league are,
r } Turkey, Equador, and Mexico; Brazil
t and Sapin have threatened to with-
Central Press Photo In speaking of the league Professor,1 $N's
Slosson said, "We are now confronted
with an aculpliia^rnzto
PrfMilo .Thre Iand not ac skeleton tstructure. It~ is 9 L
New diiectl o Yae u ivesit's not a sovereign power nor an alliance1
Newdzieetr o Yae uivesit'sbut can best be considered as a con-
collection. of vertebrate paleontology. federation." Professor Slosson told:i" o r
v.__ _ "Y u ar"
Stir'i::}:i:'i";::f.:.:} r7:ry}.hing.

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ao immediate crisis is feared and
the patient has rallied.
I'. T. Safford, Mr. Fall's phy- j
iissued a bulletin which said:
rFall has shown a degree of
ness, which could not have been
ted from the comparatively mild
eof pneumonia. The blood pres-.
has improved somewhat in re-!
; to stimulation, but it is appar-
hat convalescence will be very
acted."'
1N.- Announcement Rwas made
-da tbft ohnV.A. MacMurray,
[can minister to China, has been!
to Washington for a conference.
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The Most Remarkable
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OVERCOATS
The Best Garments in the Shop at
$30.00, and. $33.50

Think of getting a CORBETT specially
long model overcoat for these prices!

The Grand Old Man Of the Screen
AND PARAMOUNT CHARACTER ACTOR

We are closing out our stock to make room for our
Spring models that are here. This is your last chance
'e a Corbctt value garment at these greatly reduced

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In Association with
HARDEE KIRKLAND
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WM. C. DEMILLE'S
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"THE MAN HIGHER UP9"
AND ON THE SCREEN

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CONRAD NAGEL
CLAIRE WINDSOR
GEORGE COOPER
BERT ROACHI
TOM O'BRIEfi

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