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THE MI HICAN

DAILY

U'o!Ld HG

[ajority of Investigating Body'
Concurs ;i Asking Brucker;
for Rate Control,
4YNE, LENNON DIFFER
fobsers Find Slump in Business
Has Added to Difficulties
of Diary Farmers.-
LANSING, Nov. 2.-(MP)-A state-
de organization having the pow.
to ix milk prices was recon-
nded to Gov. Brucker today by
majority of the special commis-3
o he named to investigate milkj
Wces and distribution.
Two minority reports were sub-
itted. One by Judge Ira W. Jaynea
Detroit proposed designating
ilk as a public utility and placingj
under the absolute control of the
te -public utility commission.
Urges Flat Basis.
Another by Seatoreter B. Len-
n of Genesee conty suggested
at although produc r ,,band to-
ther in a'central tate organiza-
in that the base and surplus sys-
rn be abolished and the sales
rmittee of the producers' asso-
tion fix prices to the producer
t cat basis each month,
A practical solution of the milki
oblem would be to effect an or-
nization on an open and aboveI
ard plan in which the producerse
d the public would be represent-
and which would have power tot
innate trade evils by penalizing'
LEenlding milk dealers, the majori-
report said. The organization
)uld be authorized to set fair
lk prices that could not be cut
the distributors at will and toe
ablish rules and regulations forl
et conduct of the business of the
dtributors. ,
Question Legality.
"The legality of such a plan
kght be ,questioned as being in
>lation of the anti-trust laws.
)wever, the seriousness of the sit-
tion causes us to urge its consid-t
Mtlon and use until its illegality is
finitely established," the majori-
report said.
The report found that depressed
anomic conditions and prevailing1
v prices have added to the plight i
-thiedairy farmer.e
It is suggested that a combina-
An of all distributors i ight elim-
ate some evils but this procedure
s not recommended at this time.
je Team at Iowa
ke-asCrid Squad
(BO TIz en s Serice
IOWA CITY,, Ia., Nov. 2.-Nearly
imany men are seeking berths
he Universlty of Iowa trifle team
there are seeking football posi-
n-s.
& receni announcement of night
;atice has brought out more than
men.
rhe rifle teamlikewise holds one
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'New English Edition
of Sunderland Book
A London edition of "India in
3ondage," issued by the publishing
'muse of Allen and Unwin, is soon
Lo appear, Dr. Jabez T. Sunderland,
author of the book, said yesterday.
The book has had a wide circula-
tion in England, Dr. Sunderland
said, although it was proscribed by
the British government in India
when it first was published. It was
not banned in England as stated by
The Daily last week.
In England, however, the book
met with so much favor, Dr. Sun-
derland said, that its India ban was
protested.
"The matter was carried into Par-
liament where the book was de-
fended as correct in its facts, cour-
teous in its spirit and in every way
reliable and trustworthy," added
the author.
"The English protests were so
weighty that the Stcretary of State
for India felt it necessary to appear
on the floor of the House of Com-
mons and apologize for what the.
India government had done."
Dr. Sunderland recently moved to
Ann Arbor from Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
He is the father of Prof. Edson
Sunderland, of the Law school.
Local Exhibit Opens
Friday in Alumni Hall.
The ninth annual Ann Arbor Art
Association exhibition will open to
tQie public Friday, Nov.,,6, in Alumni
Memorial hall.
An opening reception, limited to
members of the association and ex-
hibiting artists and their friends,
will be held at 8 o'clock Thursday
evening.
The artists who are represented
are past or present residents of
Washtenaw county and students.
Mrs. John Waite, president of -the
association, in commenting on the
exhibit says, "A study of the work
done from year to year has shown
a marked improvement in both
professional and amateur work."
The paintings will be hung to a
large extent in groups of individual
work. The large west gallery will
contain the oils and water colors,
and the south gallery will be filled
with prints and wall hangings. The
north gallery will hold pictures of
the associations art lending service.
of the best records on the campus.
National champions two o-years
ago, and runners up last year, the
team, under the direction of Cap-
tain 0. R. Miller is making every
effort to maintain its position.
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MID-WEST VICTORS PAINT TOWN RED;
'VANITIES' ATTRACT MICHIGAN MEN
18 Pullmans Carry Rooters East; Michigan" and "Varsity" echoed
Jimmy Walker Fails to from T. Hawley Tapping and his
GryWee r Band s to boys down town with amazing vol
Greet Band, ume.

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nomical cook. Will take reason-
able wages, Reference. Box A-6
213
STUDENT LAUNDRY WANTED-
Called for and delivered. Phone
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WANTED---Student laundry. Good
w o r k at reasonable prices.
Mending done free, Call for and
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By R. L. T.
Michigan's easy victory over aI
determined bunch of Tigers at Pal-
mer stadium Saturday wasn't the
only thing 5,000 Wolverine fans
came East to see last week-end.
Paralleling the Harvard trip last
year, Michigan's undergraduate
delegation did everything, saw
everything, walked away with every
thing New York's metropolitan area
had to offer.
Observations: (1) that the spec-
ial train brought 18 pullmans filled
with Michigan rooters; (2) almost
everyone on the special went to the
"Vanities" at Earl Carroll's gaudy
new theater Friday night; (3) the
Band marched up Lexington ave-
nue as soon as it got there playing
"The Vicitors." They were NOT
greeted by Jimmy Walker at the
City Hall, however, (4) The Prince-
ton campus and buildings are beau-
tifully done, classes are markedly
informal, and the student body
raises utmost hell in the campus
movie house. M-G-M pictures seem
to predominate and when the
trade-marked lion appears in the
prelude, the audience roars with
him with remarkable syncroniza-
tion; (5) No matter where you
went Friday night in New York
you could see two or three band
uniforms, and the strains of "Drink
a Hiball," "I Want to Go Back to

Princeton men seem to wear
nothing but brown polo coats,
tightly adjusted collar-pins, white
or two toned oxfords. The Prince-
ton student cheering section, fac-
ing the press box, appeared to be
90 per cent brown, nine per cent
gray-black, and one per cent black
and orange. This cheering section,
incidentally, pretty definitely bouys
up the "Princetonian"'s contention
that "smoothies" are not ruining
the school's spirit. Michigan fans
could learn a lot from the hour's
lesson in concerted team backing
from an outfit whose squad is far
inferior to anything Michigan has
put on the gridiron in recent years.
The band was easily the most im-
portant feature of the game. Quot-
ing the New York Herald-Tribune
of Sunday: "The band was at its
famous best. Between halves it
marched down the field spelling
'Michigan' in easily read formation
and marched back again spelling
'Nassau,' because 'Princeton' was1
too long a word for even a hundred
musicians to spell out. Other for-
mations including a capital 'P' and
a capital 'M' were loudly applauded.
That band can play."

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