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PACE TWO

THM MIC111GAN DAILY

TUESAYJAN UARIY 25, 1927

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BREK3MYmEE} oodrich Will Sail !AT THE DETROIT ~ TR
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PASSI-NG OF 0A0ACT:
1)eadlock Betwveei bn And lHiral
Groups Over Proposed ),ill
locks Tole
GiA SOLIN E TAX FA VOREDily Aso atd P e )
LANSING, Jan24-A division in the'
legislature that may prevent the enact-
ment of any important highway
finance measures thus r introduced
is in prospect. City mcml:)ers against
those from the rural distrircts, appears
to be the probable lineup on much
of the proposed legislation, with
enough independents who are prim ari-
ly interested in the completion of the
State's highway program rather than,,
in the apportionment of revenue and
expenses to swing the balance towardi
the retention of the present statutes.
Many 'country members favor a
measure introduced by Rep. Fred It.
Ming, of Cheboygan, proposing a
three-cent gasoline tax, a revision of
the weight schedule an.d an equal split
between the counties aaid the State
of the weight tax revenues. The
League of Michigan 1Vunici1palities is
on record as' favoring changes to
compel the State to participate in the
maintenance and construct ion of trunk
lines in cities.
There seems to be little likelihood
that a majority of the fatner legisla-
tors will vote for the cit y proposals.
To do so -would he to divert money
they believe is sorely nee ded for the
completion of the cross-state trunk
lines to the upkeep and building of
city streets. The cost of looking after
the trunk line routes across Detroit,
for instance, would be enormous, they
claim, and for the state to undertake
such a task would be to seriously
handicap the out-state improvement
program.
Proponents of the measures design.-
ed .to benefit the cities are expectedeto
take the position that unless the farm-
ers support their measures they will
not consider* the bills providing for a
higher tax on gasoline, or a 50-50 split
of the weight tax receipts.
INVITEIS TO ARGENTINE
The architectural college has been
invited to send a student exhibit to
the Third Pan-American Congress of
Architects in Buenos Aires, Argentine
"Republic, in July.

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Prof. Carter L4. Goodrich of the eco-
nomics dlepartment, who has be-OU
awarded a research fellowvship by the
Social Science Research council, kwil
leave Ann Arbor tomorrow and
sail for Australia, from San r'1, inisco.
.early in February. profs .' (X Coed-_

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rich will make a comparative aau -_----__---°-___-
genetic study of the Autralian labor y pR2C - uk?" .dA NZEat
cmovement. 4 EARL CAPIRQL I xtscnis
In an interview yesterda, P rofes .is°o ~, .
Goodrich stated that he will invest:- ; U- K rib
rate the cause of the laboi diffrenee s Direr rm 11: rrnaE . a i h, tN, Y. Hit
between Australia and ihe(Uni11, - 2 Or hnAsi a!l [t $O.2-J. J. plus way tx
States. Although the formner km a mu-h1
younger Country, Professor (loodrw"t - fCC .
pointed out that the labor-4arty in fl, o ®5
the Comnmonwealth has very strong; 7, :1E,,
socialistic tendencies; one rean out'~zi1Iz ,St
of eight or nine belonging to ,me eltir(I PLAYHOUSE - ir)cj1and SM

CLASS OF S$M~ICE OESWED_
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site the class of swde dsired*
OTHERWISE rThE MESSAGR
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NEIWCOIR dARLTON. PrissiorN?

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of union, while in the IUnited States'
the proportion is one out of thirty.
The present fellowship is the: third
Professor Goodrich has received in the
field of investigation. In 1919 he made F
an extensive survey in England of
the extent of the control of industry
by the British trade unions, tint: re-
sult of which were published in a boo,I
entitled "Frontier of Control." 'rho
second investigation was a stuiy or
the working life andl conditions of
miners in the soft coal field, which vms>
published in the book "Miner's F ree- -
dom" in 1925.
Professor Goodrich graduated fromx
Amherst college in 1918, and received
his Ph.D. degree from the University
of Chicago in 1921. He taught en-, I
year at Amherst before coming; toI
Michigan three years ago.
LONDON.-The medical profession'
was somewhat disturbed because. of
the decision of Lord Chief Justice
Lane, at Belfast, that doctors and
lawyers were not entitled to charge
wealthy patient's or clients more than
poor people.

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Why PHLIPand E AL re knownas
It is beca~e of the fact that their names and pictures appear on the labels of three
famous repair kits put out by the Dor~ovan organization. Every week in the year forty
different newspatpers carry their hialf-tone cuts and announce to the citizens of Michigan
the merits of these three kits, the sale of which star ted in a very humble manner and has
now rea'ch d t e'iendous proportions. Advertising will do wonders, but an article must
b~e the goods to repeat. Philip and Grald's THREE FAMOUS KITS

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The famjious P. & G. Boys.

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Repair on Earth foid Cem.-ent Repair it and Fabric Cement
Tayhis kit repairs tires, t ubes, hot water ThIis kit repairs celluloid back curtains, R epair Kit
Lottles, rain coats and all tubber goods. wi { cICWs, Oldc Criai : , and sedan door This kii repairs tops, side curtains, tents
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29 x4.40 33 x 6.00 3Ox 3 x4 I3 x
Balloons Balloons ICExrad. .Cord ICord
$795 $14 .95 $ .69 ____1365j 2495
Don't wait until the old tine blows out. Trade ib~in on a new tire.
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Donovan's Cup Grease Big Three Foot Accelerators
There is no better value on the Shiinny Stopper Set If yen alre in the market for a foot accel--
market for the money. Guonedt era~etyso h hm rator, \why pass this bargain up? $1.00 value
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