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THE MICHIGAN DAILY _____ mn

TALK 'Rear Admiral Mag;ruder Removed From DCOSCNEEHR
TODAY Appointment Of Fourth Naval DistrictDctsfrmalatsoth ltd
Mn will be 1; ssoiaed re ) States met at the University hospital
's lecture WAIOt 26.'1iiewsora o last Fridlay andl Saturday at the con-
Im 25 .din-ftre TN rpaigri ah N-ention of the University of Michigan
fuueslat us of Re id .Admiral Thmstnin rIesp~onse to a summflons from Pediatric and Infectious Disease So-
inerth '. iVIagr"uder, critic of Navy methods(1 Mr. Wilbur. city
or ectonand ptrofessed advocate of widespr1ead l ie said the secretary's notification '"The convention was very success-
lera toeconiomfics in naval expend~itures, re- which reached him last nlight camne fill and well attended," said Dr. Dav-'
emcaymained in doubt today fol'owing noti- qd prfesheofpewasic
iRer-fication from secretary Curtis 13. isic sok and infectious diseases in the medical
'ly maga- Wilbur that he had been remoWved from mnuch attached to his present post and school. and past secretary of the so-
rection of command of the fourth wtnval dist rict. hrad hoped to remain for his full tour ey. r.oweasstedhtte
anion lea- 1lel)1'sDr.aCdowie alsoioswatedrifhoatduhy
Sup t Is an :1,?cultio wrr z fe'o; dty.new feature of the convention pro-
prbalyamong Navy men here, e-specially be - "I don't know why I have been gram, the open forum discussion, was
probblycause the affair cr(-te:d by the <'(- doltached,'' he dleclared, "and I shall very well received. This discussion,
his time miral's recent magaizine article had insist onl a thorough investigation." was held Friday.
re single a bel eclared a closed incident by the
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NINTH ANNUAL SERIES
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x-uRV A t 1 II l ST I A iIj PA N TO' is editor of the Proportiomn
MALT: QITA'ITER BILLION Isentation review, a quarter]
IN NINE MLONTHIS; zinc published under the dir
A U T n thuesProportional epresenta
AUO OPOAiON IRT nu his address, lHallet will
Sales Of Cars To Dealers And Users devote the greater part of

tional representation which is being, advanced, however, that Magruder's
backed by the proportional represen-( subsequent actions; had aroused the
tation league at this time. IHe will ire of tihe department hiead and thit
give the workings of the proposed his detachment was an act of disci-
plan, and give examples of 'its suc- pline.
cess in the places where it is now in Meanwhile, Admiral Magruder
use in the United States. He is ex- awaited at Philadelphia the arriv~al
pected to tell of its use in other parts of his successor, asserting that he
of the world, would ask a thorough explanation and,

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