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WIDNIESDAY'l MAV- R,

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PROFE'SSOR -SUMS lipa
POSITIONS OF HOOVER
ON PREVAILING ISSUES!
DROWN REVIEWS QUESTIONS
CONSIDERED BY CHIEF
EXECUTIVE
TAFIFF REVISION URGED
President Receives Two Setbacks7
In Senate On Immigration
And Debenture Bills
With two great tests of Presi-
dent Hoover's political strength
being initiated in Congress, Pro-
fessor, Everett S. Brown of the po-
litical science department in an in-I
tervievj yesterday briefly review-
ed the chief executive's stand on
important questions -during the
first two months of his term.
"The question of the export de-
benture plan in the Senate and
of the tariff in the House," said
Professor Brown, "are the first
trials for. the present administra-
tion. The President has expressed,
himself definitely on both prob-
lems, and 'action on them will in-
dicate his stength in the legisla-
ture."
President Hoover, in a letter. to
Senator McNary, stated his opposi-
tion to the debenture plan as a
supplement to the farm relief con-
templated in pending measuresl
The plan was defeated in the House
and is now being debated in the
Senate, a vote expected today.
The President's policy on the tar-
iff has-been that of modest read-
justment for the benefit of the
farmer. The question is now be-I
fore the House and bears close
watching for its reflection of Con-
gress' conformity to his policy.
Professor Brown stated that
Hoover has given every indicationx
of being his own president, acting;
courageously and independently on
public issues. He has shown a
vigor in handling the affairs of
government that has impressed'
politicians who were doubtful be-
fore his inauguration as to his
conduct in office, In general, the
President has met with success in
his relations with Congress.

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modern plant,
The Ann Arbor Dairy makes a specialty
of producing delicious punch and sherbet.
Like all Ann Arbor products, these two
are finest quality and unusually tasty.

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Shoes Greatly Reduced During Our.

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ugses more Iouc
tuered gas,. The chart
represents the increase
by years. since 1921.
Significant!

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Although hundreds 'have already bought,
Samples of

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Our Bargains---

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are but a few

ONE of te

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largest

autormobile

factories -in

the world employs more than four hundred

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units in the production

of ctars,

Men's Sport and
Golf Oxfords
All Florsheim Sport Oxfords,
all the new combinations,
leather or rubber soles. Now
$8.70
300 pairs of $8.50 and S9
new sport oxford 7 different
patterns; leather or rubber
soles, choice
$6.90
Five new lots of $8 sn~ort ox-
fords to be closed out at
$6.45
Other styles $5.90 and $4.90.

Men!
You Can't Equal
These Prices
Florsheim Shoes
$8.70
The Florsheim Shoc is ack-
nowledged to be the Piest
line of men's shoes in the
world selling at $10.00, and
these will be snatched utr in
a hurry at this sale at ,8.70.
All $11.00 and $12.00 values
at $9.70, while a few broken
lots will go at $6.90.
One big lot of $10.00 Packard
Imported Scotch Grain Ox-
fords, black or tan, to be
closed out at -
$7.90
Over 100 pairs men'~s$7.50, tP
and $9 oxfords, black or tan,
Scotch grain or calfskin
leather, at

Here Are
Values You
Afford to

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Ladies!

Shoe
Can't
Miss

Six new s+ unning spring styles
of modern miss pumps, new-
est shades 'and leathers, just
received. Every pair worth
$7.50 to $8; choice
$6.45
About 150 pairs of Selz fine
dress pumps and oxfords in a
variety of styles and pat-
terns. Every pair well worth
$8. to close at
$4.90
Here Is A Bargain
One big section of $7 and $8
pumps and oxfords, mighty
good styles. They will sure
go fast at
$3.90

I eat-teating and n iormializinog..they

do

Sport and Golf
Oxfords
The $7 and $7.50 styles go at
$5.90. This lot comprises a
variety of styles and leathers,
white, black and white, all
tan or two-tone tan; rubber
sole and heels. These will
go at
$5.90
Two new snappy styles. of $6
oxfords go in this sale at
$4.90

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