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.TH MICHIGAN DAILY

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t IDAY, ATArL0H .1, 1929

HooerCompletes Cabinet Slate Keepin g James J. Davis As Lab
nsaTISO nCHOSEN SECRETARN Navy #Treasury F saftee abrre hiaind barely failed to nf wihcH nrypr s ipson
OP STT-HL ELNP s fieLbo h oiainfrtepei hip of
HOD AEPAE Idency, and frmwihHny lcief e
qW _ POSTS UNANNOUNCED 4 .
Donovan Refuses Post As Governor .:,>;: ..; +. ~. : O hlpie nSieO
Hoover Persuasion y >rDu
WASHINGTON, Feb. >28.-Presi-a
detEletHoover has completedOlPstLwI
is cabinet with the retention of p~ sJai:a ertro 1
bor and the selection for agricul- I FOR
ture and commerce. of two men ...:....N.,.......,...r
who "are described as surprise ap-s.>r
It, is said by those close to the ;;< f LVEL PIN ax
president-elect that the names of y V L P N n
the remaining two men have not I
even been mentioned in any of the <': 'a.' x:,
widrespread speculation about the M - --------
caiet whichhabengigtellorw kisg r
rounds since election dy It was 4 1orw r sga
ade htthey are e outstading tews
c eris. les you.
The other men regarded by Mr.
H-oover's friends as cabinet cer-
tainties are Henry L. Stimson, of , E. atmtanl and AgfrA-A#
New York, to be secretary of state; Andrew W. Mellon Walter F. Brown-
Andrew W. Mellon, of Pennsylva- Charles Francis Adams _ the office, and Mr. Hoover pre-' regarded as still open, withfia dames f1 Davis carried in sto
ni, secretary of the treasury; - -
James+ W._Good, of Iowa, secretary state, as governor general of the'valed upon Donovan to remain in selection 'for these expected with-I fuse anz office which proved a'
of war; William D. Mitchell, of Philippines.. Washington: for two additional in the ext 36 or 48 hours, stepping stone to the presidency]
Minnesota, attorney general; Wal- Donovan was prevailed upon toj conferences, the last of which was1 Col. Donovan is believed to have !for William H Taft; -which was! Regular 24"-Hour Se
for F. Brown, of Ohio, postmaster come here from New Mexico. to held Wednesday at the Hoover thus become the first man to re- held by Maj. Gen. Leonard Wood,
general; Charles Francis Adams, discuss the whole situation and in I home. ___________________________________--orSriei
of Massachusetts, secretary of' the the three conferences held at the DnvnOdrt
navy, and Dr. Ray Lyman Wilbur,' insistence of the president-elect While the discussions were friend- l.
of California, secretary of the in- there was some talk about they ly in character, the next president
teor. war portfolio, which Donovan wasI found his friend obdurate and soE I ER l
More Worries Coming ! willing to accept, although natur- they parted with Donovan wish-j H E 111AL L J7 A. ~EP
With his cabinet worries off hisL ally he preferred promotion to the ing Mr. Hoover success in his ad-i O
mid}r ovrgv diinlattorney generalship. ministration and tendering hisNO
mttnti on to e other g appointments.adiinl However, Mr. Hoover urgea services as a private citizen, which ThjhietQ hlsm od SHOWING
William J. Donovan, assistant to I that he go to the Philippines. he will become on March 5, if they
the, attorney general,having flatly onovaenc flatly refused at the first, could be found useful during the
refused the post of governor gen- conference last Monday, declar-!next four years. heaeso
ral of the Philippines, the culpnteeaesheUntegSatsCaresFrncs dasnftesr-- B
dent-elect nowy has to find a maing tha ntfore a nyasnshe WntdSttsCalerF.rwn dasof Ohoand3a-u h' ep etr
frthat place. at this time even if he wanted the chusetts, are thought to be likely Breaixiast L2unchillnerI tainment ...'4
Eugene A. Gilmore, vice Manlapos. selections for the posts of post- ntecmd
nor, who has been acting goye Friends of the president- elect' master general and secretary of hit of the sa-
the departure from Manila of urged him to reconsider the mat-; the navy, respectively. The posts son ... apic- .
Henry L. Stimson, has been highly ter, pointing to the importance ofj of 'agriculture and commerce areMr.A n Kam chteyou I
recommended. Mr. Hoover also # -"ure hobest
haes been urged to appoint Brig- v otbe s - -C
adier General Frank R. Mc~oy, aoluh-.pkrK
who headed the American mission you'veT T ___________
to Nicaragua, but it is understood I I.i o IIIJHai , ririer 'alntosi en
i se.he is disinclined to name a mil- (-y
itary man to this office. sic hu anty" ,
Some May Be Temorary I
From circles close to the next SxhA na
piesident come hints that a num- $ 6thAtni
len of, the appointments whichAl
-will be sent to the senate Monday$ 6y,.t
are looked upon as temporary in, r)yr
charater.It hs bee thegen-(guaranteed 1ya)li \
ch e r It h s b e th g n-oral' understanding in political'
quarters here that Secretary Mel- t ra in as h
lon would remain only two yearstg
anid it is known that Dr. Ray Ly- j
man Wilbur, who is to be interior< { Q NIF LT l CLUB
absence fro tanod universiy, Every woman should have a Hair Drier in her home. You can- pecii ARI
secretaryechaseobtainedvleavetoth
fon odnly a like period of time. no prcaehwcnein hy are until you have tried one.I In
Stomveresearch work done by the'1 The "Eskimo" operates on your light current-Just plug in and -
ooefocs has shown that the' the blower will send.delightfully warm and soothing air through I Uu 4
aqerage tenure of- office of cab-1 aryo
Inet members over many yas' yorhbyucaeo hmo and dry- hu your e hair in a jiffy. io w
has. been only a little more than Try U anE0mndyul evrb ihotoer
a year. Many men go into cab- jw ea ette.
ng only a short time. ER S~r..ROSHILL AUTORIUM ~TT~ TOM Knneiiy el
As Mr. 'Hoover filled the posts ~JA AXUV
of attorney general with the selec- T-;-- TWO-ACT STAG
ttin of William D. Mitchell of 1 Pi' EU 3 k 'Turda, ah 7
Mimom adwrwihtea- S4LH O L .1 3I3jN iusay LaCU~CAE ATU
pimetof Good, he found Chim-& LA INJ
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sonal friend. William J. Donovan ownsaetalbosors!
of New York, to take over the IAUl Seats 50c VENITA GO1
itiortant post of governor gen- i --________________________________IN
eral of the Philippines. j a. "IM RESSIG
Refuses Island Position 4~~\A ohrGnu
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