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___ ___ ___ __THE MVICHIGA-N DAILY

drew Mellon and Congressional Foe

Daily Official Bullei
(Continued from Page 6)
Woman's Research Cluib :
ing Monday, Jan. 11, at 7:30 p.
in Room 3024 Museums building,
Marthad Koehne will speak o"l
sent Day Theories of the Caus
Dental Caries."
All Men in Education: There
be an open forum conducted uY
the auspices of Phi Delta Ks
to consier the general sublee
"S$ecuring a Position in Educati
Work." The meeting will be7
in Room '302 of the Michigan Ui
Tuesday, Jan. 12, at 7 p. in.,
will be addressed by Dean J
Edmonson of the School of Edi
tion and Dr. T. L. Purdom,
charge of. the University Placen
Bureau. Poll~wing the brief t
there will be. general cliscussion,
men interested in securing pt
school positions, whether teac.
or administrative, are cordially
vited.
Freshmen Architects willJ
their class elections at 3:45 o'c
[in Room 102 Architectural build

Associated Press Photo
,p. Wright Patman (right), Democratic congressman from Texas,
1 a resolution in the House calling for the impeachment of Andrew
S(left), secretairy of the treasury on the grounds that M4ellon's
~itn private business is contrary to the statutes of the f edera l
Lment.

JEMOCRAT CII'
;ormer~ Presidential Candidates
gather to Sound 1932
Keynotes.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 9.-~1~
'he Democratic national commit-
e today turned to the engrossing
usiness affai ,s of the party fresh
rom~ a. delug of the Jackson day
inner .oratory which sounded a
iilita~nt war cry for the 1932 darn-

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Thie ,HaZs Taste for
2300 Year Old Vase
BALTIMORE, Jan.= 9.-(A')-The
theft of an ancient Grecian vase,
dating back to 400 B.C., has been
reported by its owner, Marino
O'Onofrio who valued it at mnany
thousand. of dollars.
An insurance company offered a
reward of $500 for information
leading~ to the recovery of the piece,
which is described as an Apulian
Skyphos.
Mr. O'Onofria said the vase, was
registered in the Congressional Li-
brary in Washington and had )eon
compared withr fragments of Apu-
lian pottery and pronounced gen-
uine' by, archa.eological experts.
Three attempts had been made
previously to steal the vase, he 1aid.
PASTORS OFEIN
'VAR-0IETY OF .TALKSi

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Harmony was the keynote of the-
session, caled primarily to select a
city for the 1932 convention. Kan-
sas City, San Francisco, Chicago-
and Atlantic City were bidding for
the privilege of entertaining the
party delegates.
Thae troublesome question of
prohibition which nearly wrecked
the meeting of the committee in
Mrch, was headed for convention
conideration without committee
action.
The predominant political de-
veopment from the Jackson day
dinner of Friday night was the de-
,fn ite manner in which former
Gv. James M. Cox of Ohio 'and
John W. Davis took themselves
oujt of consideration for the 1932
nonination and the fact that form-
er Gov. Alfred E. Smith of N.ew
York did no~t.
These three former standard-
bearers of the party were the
sp~eJkers at thie dinner. They con-
biei to heap denunciation on the
tariff, the farm board, the Hoover
adlministration as a whole.
smnith went further and laid out
a. platform for the relief of unl-
employment after characterizing
the administration policy in this re-
gard as "defenseless."
He advocated a great govern-;
mental bond issue sold as were Lib-!
erty bonds direct to the people and
the use of the money for permian-i
ent public improvemnents needed
in the operation of the governmlent:{.
Cox and Smith assaulted prohibi-
tion. Cox, his voice pitched high,rj
called on southern Democrats to
"send back to their pulpits politi-_
gal ecclesiastics so that the peoplet
may know the truth about prohi-
bition." His plea was applauded.9

(ContinUed from Page T)
the First Presbyterian church by
Rev. Merle k. Anderson.
The' Liberal Students Unioni of
the Unitarian chiurch will heat Dr.
Robert Dexter, of Boston, speak at
7:3;0 o'clock on "The Destitution in'
fSouthern Coal Fields."
At Hillel Foundation services in
. the League chapel at 11:15 o'clock,
Rabbi Heller will speak' on "Stereo-
type Ignorance." An open forum
.at 8 o'clock in the evening will
have as the speaker Prof. James K.
Pollock, of'the political science de-
partment. He will discuss: 'WVthat
Price Politics."
Rev. C. 1A. Brauer, pastor of St.
Paul's Lutheran'church, will re ich
on "I camneNot to Send Peace, But
the Sword. Services in the Zion
Lutheran church will be in. charge
of Rev. E. C. Stellhorn, pastor, who
will speak on "One Savior for "All."
The "Upper Room" Bible Class" dis-
cussion section will meet at 9:30
this morning. The Wesley Founda-
tion will meet at ,noon.
The sermon topic gat the First
Church of .Christ,, Scientist, will be
"'God;" At the Bethlehem Evangel-
ical church the theme of. the wor-
ship will be "Christian Coura.ge."
IRev. R. Edward Sayles, pastor, of
the First Baptist church, will preach
on '"Loyalty to the Family'' at
the morning service.,

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TYPEWRITERS, all makes, bou
sold, rented, exchanged, repai
0. D. MORRILL, 314 So. St
TYPEWRITING AND MIMi2
GRAPHING promptly and ne
done. 0. D. MORRILL, 314
State St.30
BANKRUN GRAVE-$i per
delivered. Phone 7112, Kii
Gravel Co.
L A U ND RY-Soft water. 21
Towels free. Socks darned,
WANTED
WANTED-Theses typing wan
Call 4613, 8 a. m. \to 5 p. -ip
8809 evenings.
FOR SALE
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Finance Company for bala
due. 311 °W.: Huron. Phone 22
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