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TUESDAY, NOVEBl 25, 293{1

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGW: THRED

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ANDRE WS I UPHOLDS
IND1HIA RS I STANCE' " -1
IN ECTREHERE
Authority on Racial Questions,
Citing Romani Precedent,
F lays British Rie.
REVERSED INDIAN STAND

HOOVER LISTENS TO 'MARCH KING-'
DIR7-ECT BAND IN FRONT OF CAPITOL

B DI IA A I~f ~flTELEPHONE INSTALLED IN VA TICA N; SRTBPST
11 1l -V 7,fJ ' .S l cAT ."E fI :Y eI F!'VIR S TG1 R Y Ih' _ y"E I " 1' 'E' u a /I
DI +r xP x~~ROETEPLY

Says Gandhi Has Bougnt Abou?4 , ?3 ¢ i
Moral Renaissance Froml~
P V e c'~ity'. ia"t
just .js-the Roma~tn r uic.in En3
land dursi g the time cf Ceasa r so x.
weak;ened the Britons thy.t they
were easily overcomec by tL',I e sao-
seiuant raids of tho {ae o:c2
in the same way Briti sh e .: Loi ii
India has left the Indian,- vry-
little resistive force, C. i. A ndecrcs
exeto all0,_ UI ,1isociate of cGandhiPm LnC och
operation mov'ement, °tate4 y .stor
clay ina lectureo given under the f:". r::v; ;
auspices of the cosnmo tenoi club.E
Continuing en this point of Sb 3W- TPesident Hoover, alter listening to John
ing howr it was unfair to the In- faid in aperformance of his latest compositic
diano to wxeaken +lhem by taking t~le conductor. Thse photo shows Hoover and
1 espontibility out of their hands, ,.2
the speaker quoted tne ;>_reat Eng- onoftekpol
lish. histoian Seely who- said, "Pro-
longed subjection to a foreign yoke is. c_______ofthe___________causes______n
tional deterioration." Gandhi, the ' A N K 1 .O \1~
speal-cr pointed out, calls, this CO-- I
dition of subsar ance acid subjec-
tion, the slave mnentality. I _____________________
Gives Basis of Program.
1.ndrcowll vwihthot goi~ginto the NN, RAC S or Staebi
Gandhi progr~am in detail give we IV. E R teso
five main tenets upon Whlicii it i~ T AID JOBLESS "nnesofw
based. It consists of the removal1 rsIa
of the untouchable situation ini In- Registra~ion Bureau Provided for Areit
dia, the establishment of Moham- ULe A registilief
adan and Hindi amity, the em,'in- - of Comma:
cipation of Women, the establish- in the e
ing of alcohol and drug prohibi- Mayor Edward W. Stacbler,, of building, w
Lion, and the promotion of village ' Ann Arbor, yesterday took definite urday. Tb,
industries. The speaker told how steps to provide aid for the city's not rema,
he himself had been happy to take, Day, the r.
an active part in t0e campaign for beobroms9
civil disobedience. As an English-j The action taken by the mayor Ifrom 2 nc
moan his sympathies were entirely [was, in effect:I bureau wil
with British authority when h. 1. Establishment of a re gistra- tration ail
first went to India. When lie saw tion bureau for unemployed. I ed in Ann
the brutality of tho cu'-s'do min-( 2. Appointment of a '"inayor's"-
ation, however, he reversed his cmite wihilhaetec- 9
suppcrt to the sidk of the Gandhi committeehae Tleco ub c
movement, operation of civic and welfare tovmenS
Tels f Mra Awkeing 3 Adetailed study of the present raeo
More significant than such do- stainikn rbradvcn-sal in
tails as whether the status of India sityaini n ro n ii-sasi
shall be that of a dominion or not, cy open Th
he said, is the recent renaissance The Mayor's committee, headed brown, oxl
of the Indians which has been by George E. -'aul, presidenft of the Washtonav
brought' "about by Ga~rdhi. 1' is a Fifst National Bank & Trust Co_,I r ubercuios
great -moral' awakening which will and composed of Shirley' W. Smith, I terday.
free the Indian people from the vice-president and secretary of the Merchar
subserviance and subjection that UHniversity renreseniting the cam- s n , seals
lhas been impregnating their na- pu)Ls; Charles P. Kyer, reesnin;Of iDecerfib
txinal consciousnous during the the merchant roupiy; 0eo .;e Lang- be plae
long period of foreign doination. irord, thlls:;fa frig oncern1s; I i't~say,
This mor'al awakening, he show- Cr eie A.il a'madi~-ess
ed, has already begun. In dlescrib- F - - -- _--I--
ing this, he told of the great cam- .. ..a .,
paign tours that the tam C1 a
used to spread his massage. Great GV
or 200 thousand persons, Would
ga.ther to hear the words of the
great leader- K ~
The English, Andre pcd1 Jtzcl g
out, are in reality eery m uch infa o of I d n i de n e ce x yi
only hesistace because they do not ,
know how to accon-plisi the lib; r- h -
ann nthe best 'ay.-j
We have all mnakes 13-1 i+
Remington, Royals, 6-- -- - _

Flyc:s Perisi: in Attcmptcd Hop'
From Atlantic Ocean to
bCoutry's Capita!.
BO,-,SAI , Arg-entina, Noiv . 24l.--
..ogh t blz~ atrel v irfrom
'.,ii: "ea to th' :-,c ILtaloft- land-
*ickze-l fatherlandi,re d today,
a t Ethe Soivi ,n ci='. il a Teawaiting1
trams -o).tation to La r a.
7rMO ed y over ol: their flig-,h'
when it he . v3ir unkes plan."7 dy +Con-
iCr die 3 liv* , ~",.vas less th'an t hre;
"o.ors out of El Palomar A;d're
Bu-1nos Aires, from . where 61- ye-
aafl ti ' l.30-nede tri o LaZ
a. 1:23 a.mi. Saturday.
ppa 'e tly seeking alnigi
hei dark, the big plane Camne down
:-ii a ma~rshy field near' Constitu,:ioni,k
province of Santa Fe, ,,nd was
foundJ. Sunday biurned to ci ders
a.nd charred metal. The boiers of
the pilots were almiost completely
cnsumed, buta watc h en the Wrist
of one, stopped at 3:55 a. in., was
believed to inidicate the tiue of the

f 15 {'.° . yTony Sarg'sMarinettes, will pre-
s.nlt tw-o plasoilTuesday, Decem-
1 bey' 2, at the vLydi Mendelssohn
n~~r.. t theate. Two peU-,)'. rmancs will be
c i cn, a ue heeandanevening
shIowing
Sag.wh O:,nixed the firs
n-i:outt ceos ny13 years ago,
avucs ed hee i ter end pre-
ci i. c ~. 'bi'crhe has
_ > oq i .h' lrA f'.dv i '- our hcule-l that
f, Fcoast, The clplay s which will begiv-
on k brann Arbor are a revival 0f
Asaeuzted Pr ess Phloto "RipVan Winkle" for the matinee
. ,st occupant of mncV. 11C :ti ever and "Alic;e in Wonde.rlland" for the
vith the instrumnt whici ha2 Just' evening.
Lion with. Italy, tie Papal state is The marionettes are operated by
ES which were never? tcerm ite hre- m 2Eans of wires, requiring a corn-
payof eight people. All the ac-
--_ Ltions of human beings are por-
trayed by the little figures. The hu-
iIL ER: L AV man actors behind the scenes talk
ON LECTAEnTOUR', like a mode:rn Noali's
-, . ark, including dogs, rabbits, wild
Ann AfdrborRabir Plans T'a 1s creaitures of the forest, spooks, the

, t' ; "u Iwho w,~i beo True
«I phone, is shown above vi
,i d ;mce the reconcihial;
%.adJiy accenting many innovation,
No crc.[

A.ssociatedl Press Photo
on, wiaily congratulateS
S~ousa shaking hands in

-I 9-dia1er1 K L at l idwwcstern 't.4;urclncs. pn
Identification owheode s-----
those of 'Ca pts. L uelo ui za;a and .r' elhaGadizstoRieI f vitations to speak at meetings 'an
-~Horacio Vazquez and Lieut. Hera- - and churches throughout the Mid- in
/ do Borda was made by the B3oliv- ;Y1, 000fo' Hstot'ical j west have been received by Rabbi
j E F an consul here, Sir Lanclivar. Hec colle°ction. Bernard Holler, director of the tlii-r
-DtI LJl I found Bolivian coins and a chart! I --i el foundation, according to a, -.
inafireproof conta Icner("INV1i.iiOt { anncnmeti nlt of the opening of I rcimedule issued yestcn day from his
tflyers had marked Iheir line of ;an; endcownt fed ea(aig by O. udy 9c ,RbiIelr
r, will make a str= y of It was in'lossihPl to tell wli vdl~ lumni of1the Uni- m pe~ak ilui the Ann Ar bor Wes-
unemployed, and deter- of the bodies was which. A wadding k(rti o r $EfilO in be lair of ica uladtreweslatter,
ring on the 'finger of one bore the t%; ,( leincens collctin e Ameri- Icn Dee. wheu'il g oMinao
,hat extent relief inceas- 1nSCriptioiiIi Spanish, "T o T'Pta can history was made yesterday by lis, M\io,-to addres a religious
be effected. from his olive."- >, normal school. Following his ad-
,ration bureau, in charge The aviators had hoped, aft a Haly apig gnra ec dross at the school he will give lee-
fnder Faust, with offices completion of their flight to La I tLary of the A luizr association. Thre!I tres on the followving two dayc;. ;co
Tabro ComrePaz, to fly to New York. Thcy: fund, whis1..hnis a part of 'th^ alumni R abbi Heller will also sp._ ak at Pr
wanted to publicize BRoliv a and its 110-year program. will be3 used to; some of the meetings of the :Cis- I
gill be open through Sat- land-locked plight, cut off f~~rm iretreerh'okcocr ing rict Grand Loudge number 0 of y
ebrahwvrwilboth oceans as it is by Chile, PC&, te isor o ytenidlecoones 'nai Brith in ]Michigan, which hlas 0n
opena ndteArgnt sked hir to accept a place on its g
mayor stated. Hours wilt Thea__ -~ plan was formu- I education bureau. s
a. mn. to 4 p. in., e7Mept ,_,_3dTurda flownga____r --
oon to 1 p. in., when the L rch to Return9 oq le hrdy olwn adne
11rean lse. eis ftr '4*~in :Philadelphia attended by 05 E neers P)an Unique
.1 e oly or nemloy ~alumni of the University. President a c °e btP
1Arbor or vicinity. j Completing his tourof I I l Ar, \lexander G. Rutliven and Wilfred y aes.

rUiIJutom H~ectrIUH ruuson snip,,,s
ell as Rip, M~ich Vedder, Judith
ad other characters of Irving's
zany tales, are shown in the plays.
~D./C.f~J'Grroup.
Fref. tur A. Ceuwrtis, of 'the
r_-o :l of Udication. wt~lho returned
aturday from the White House
)'fern, ce o CiddHealth and
rotect-tan, s4aed in ane interview
esteNrday that never before had
ich a diversified grou-o of experts
athcr ed togetheCr to discuss this
He stated that the various agen-
es' that play any part in the
iild's life, were discussed and re-
orted on from many angles. An
5sortinent of. the complexities and
Eye probleins concerning the child
rcr considereda.
Beaueof the vraiiety ands the
u antitry c teiaProfessor
o.urti ,said, the reports were
_nited in time froml about eight
3ten i-nutCs. BEc-cause of thin
'esisuro, the ewidenice for cr-
n'. ce; i~ 3rn .a, ^_d recommienda .tions
,L! netu ? ^advanced, however,
aSe wiill ?be giv_?,Uin d ,taiin the
'port of the comm__ittee wihich will

ulosis Society
ponsor Seal Sale
Christmas tuberculosis
Washtenaw county will
aursday, Mrs. Elora Neal
ecutive secretary of the
w county branch of the
sis associations~ said yes-
ats already have been'
to be us-d in the mailingp
ber statements. Seals .will
in the mall1 for residents
wh'1en dthe S-ale formally
o U v g Day
CAins ~ I

Italy, and France, Proi. Emil L~oroi
head of the college of arc pit cttur ,
plans to return to this country
soon, according to reports f r
that department.
He has made a tour of al'! the~
historic cathedrals3 that could bera
included in his trip tomaoe
Among thenm are RheinesAies
Beauvais, and Albi. In Srapte}?'oar
he attended the Intern atio nai
Architectural congress which was
neid in Budarvst.

B.> Sha pdiretfor a:"eiurnni rela-
tionis, represented the University atL
[the affair.1
Oliver MIW. Perrin, '03, camuaian
en',a~irma :, announced following the
dInner t---t $,L000 had already bee n
_,J. is L~a1. D i i gt'he next three
r .;s.hsaic l t 3s jaluinnil 3i
v c I lbe riven 2n o ppor-
i t sr~'o7 eL. tothn.e f und.
PIF c', -s v1i o tal~cn over a three-
yca . nen"oci.

Reference service for debaters in
the engineering department has
been established in the new head-
quarters of the Engineering Debate
league on the second floor of the
West Engineeri.gbuilding.
TIhe new servize consists of a
Ceiectior of¢ m7aterial altoge tiher
-u.:nqjicue in th i country. Twelve
diffrentsubicet sutabile for fdo-
))atin1 1'r °a'.li 1?inthe service
and a 13clpineileserve sto koe 0
the mzaerial Lot 4dat'.

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Corona, Un~derwvood
Color'ed deco inishcs.

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0. D. MORRIL
314 South State Phone 6615
.'t lli6 ii U iallt IIItII!lialtijti lJt!
w If interested. in horseback(
Sriding why not get the_
=. thrill at
LIISEY'S
wRII 9GSBAR ING AND
- SALE STABLES
- Visitors we"Canme. P: tronaiie-
Eappreciated.
One mile from pavenent o011
-South State Street Road.
Will call fraArtr
. Riding Parties.-
SFor appoiintent call 73 3l: 1.
IT IS HARD 0O
EXCELL
A. 1-. Cooc-%h

Old Ew'd!ish Wax will not only beautify your floors and
furniture, bhut will preserve the finish indefinitely.
jA c.- of Old English liquid wax: and a soft cloth will impart
a ha -d, dry finish ~o old dull furniture that can be rubbed-
op f Weeks afterward.
Gad English Electric Floor Polisher rented tUy the day.
HARDWARE
311 South Main Phone 6614

NEWGOLD

TR~i rF
no0w $4.O

R~egular Price
$206.00

B3b CLARINET OUTFITS
Reduced fr-am $34.50 to$17.50
Reduced fromn $25.00 to $12.50
New Metal Clarinet was $45.00, now $36.00
USE C MELODY SAXOPHONE
Formerly av $50.00, now $25.0
VIOLIN OUTFITS
Foinerly Sale Price
Two Grous $15.00 $12.00
$12.00 $10.00
OTHER VIIIS T HALF PRICE

ale-1ri

MAJESTIC MR.10

Regular Price
$163.50

IUNSWT6C LMOD

15S

Regular Price

Sa e 9rice'
$ g .Qt

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Gibson Tc:±or EBri o aa
case wvu; $y1 d3,

MAKE YOUR RSRAIN
FOR
Th kgvigDinner
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UKULELES
American Beauty
$8.00, nil ...W

nosy

- $25.00

was
$6.40

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WOW ,

Gibson NMand1n

19 7
$22.50
Maybcil

Reduced.. $6.00 to $4.80
krcm .. $4.00 to X3.20
Banjo Reduced to $30.00

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Others Recduced in % 'ame Proportion
All Records (except current numbers) at from 20%
to 30% less lean list price.

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