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,""HE MICHIGAN DAILY

F QUESTIWNSI
2ITATE SPUIT
ITISIF CA INE

AT HEARING OF FOREIGN LOANS

EXPECT ROOSEVELT TH
TO OPN VENL ctop
PLANS THIS MN H-

inittee Report on ]Balance:
of Trade' Brings About,
Disagreement.
[NISTRY REMAINS 'IN'
cial Communique Recognizes
mzportance of ]Maintaining
National Unity.
)NDON, Jan. 22. -(IP)j-Great
gin's cabinet split on the tariff
today but, contrary to prece-
the government will not re-
.e break was precipitated by the
rt of the committee on the bal-
of trade, but it really was
ed by differences bet~ween the
e political theories of the free
ers and the protectionists.
was understood that the corn-
,ee, backed by a cabinet ma-
:y, proposed a flat r4 taritf of
a 15 per cent on nanufactured
partially manufactured im-
s. The LibertalIs in the cabinet
believed to have held out for
trade and the: Conservat ives
a. protection tariff.
Communique Issued.
Zoffiial conmmunique issucdl. t
close of the cabinet mleeting
afternoon said:
'he~ cabinet has considered t hr
art of its committee oi the bal-
of trade, but after pprolonged
ission it ha~s been found impos-
to reach a uI'ianinious conclu-
on the committee's recommen-
Eawever, the cabinet is deeply
ressod with the paramount
)rtnce of maintaining national
y-.in, the presence of the grave
lenis which confront this coup-
and the whole world.
L£cordingly, it has determined
some modification of the usual
isterial practice is required and
deeded that the ministers who
4themselves tunable to support
conclusioii reached by a major-
of their colleagues on the
et of import duties and cog-
matters are to be at liberty to
,ess their views by speech and,
fWill of Naitions!'
'he. cabinet, being essentially,
ed on all other matters of
ybelieves tha~t by this special
Lision it is best interpreting the
of the nation andl the needs of
time"
e.cabinet action 'is unprece-
,ed n Brtish constitutional
;epre and means that the tar-
rill be thrown int~o the House of
mnlrs for free vote.

Democratic Chairman Says' N.Y.
Governor Will Enter
Race Soon.'
CONSIDERS INVITATION
Nor~th Dakota State Committee
Asks for Definite Reply
Before Its Pri~iary.
ALBANY, N. Y., Jan. 22.-(P)-An
announcement from Gov. Franklin
D. Roosevelt regarding his candi-
dacy for the Democratic presiden-
tial nomination. is expected soon.
State Democratie C h a i r m a n
James A. Farley, after a visit to the
executive, is quoted as saying:
"Gov. Roosevelt will be openly in
the field very soon. He will be nom-
inated by acclamation on the first
ballot, and wil sweep the country,
as I said a year ago."
May Enter Jan. 30.
It was reported at the capitol
that the governor's announcement
.+,of his candidacy might be expected
about Jan. 30, his fiftieth birthday.
While no definite word has come

MIMEOGRAPHING -' All k i n d 9.
Illustration, editorial,. mailing
service. Mac Mimeo Service,
215 E'. William. Phone 7464. 406
TYPEWRITERS, all makes, bought,
sold, rented,. exchangedl, repaired.
0. D. MORRILL, 314 So. State.,
TYPEWRITING AND MIMEO-
GRAPHING promply arid~jwetly4
done. O. D. MO}RRILL, 31 o
State St. 308c.
EAT-Meal tickets $5.50 for $4.50
Special Steak and Chop Dinner. 40c.
Forest Inn 538 Forest .Ave.
409c,
FOR SALE.
-FOR SALE-V'ery fine full dress
suit; very cheap; see 40. Will fit
man five foot eight or nine. Call
A. C. Barth, E. Willam. St., tailor.
* *405a
REPOSSESSED CARS-Buy from
Finance 'Company' for balance
due. 311 W. Huron. Phone 22001.I
235
SAND
Phone 711l, Killins Gravel Co.
292c
FOR SALE-Tux; size 37; reason-
, )J; black' overcoat. 736' Fdrest.
3682a '' 416,

WELL lighted; steam heated;' suite
of rooms; suitable for two men
students in a modern brick
home; near to campus and down-
town; rent reasonable. Phone
23418. 504 E. Catherine. 408
DOUBLE front room, two beds in
dormtory. No other', roomers.
k Phone 5988.. 1105 White St. 404a
LARGE, front suite for 3 or 4 boys.
Also 1 single and 1 double room.
Reasonable prices. Shower baths.
803~ S. State. Phone 6110. 404
MDELRN furnished and nnfur-
niche'd apartment; 3 rooms and
bath; close to campus; reason-
able. 419> N. State. Phone 5380..
1~360
FOR RENT: ROOMS FOR MEN!
SINGLE $3.50 DOUBLE $2.50
Hot and 'cold running water in
each room. Maid service. We
furnish all bed linens. Showers.
Lounging room with radio.
FLETCHER HALL
Opposite Intramural Building,
SINGLE rooms $2 and $3 each;
neatly furnished. 433 Hamilton
Pace. ..407
COMPLETELY furnished apart-
ment with private bath and
shower; also two large double
rooms available now; steam heat,
shower, garage. Phone 8544. 422
B. Wvashington. 414c,
i

SINGLE room $3.50; double $2.50;
private ljozne. Dial 8735. 405^
IN desirable location; one suite and
single; reasoabe price. 429 S.
Division. 409
F 0 R ~E N T -Nicely , furnished
room; soft wa.ter; two blocks
from campus; small private faim-
ily. 2-2427. 833 Tappan Ci,. 410
FOR RENT-N~ar campus and
hospital; pleasant f ront room;
second semester. Phone 8181. 411
FOR RENT-Very attractive study
or living room and bedroom for
two. No_ other roomers. Availble
at once~. Dial 6692. 412
NICELY furnished room for lady
roomer. Fireplace and cooking
priviledges. Garage. Available.
Phone 22829. 413
LARGE suite for two or threex ae'ia
or tWo singles, large double front
room; prices reduced. 427
Thompson. 415
WANTED
MOE LAUNDRY-
204 North Main Phone \391u
Let us turn your collar an~d sew on
your buttns.
LOST
LOST--Saturday night between
Palmer Fiel'd House and Madison
street, blue and silver earring.
Phone 4546. 401
BROWN leather notebook 4"x,7'
lost. Contained music coursi
notes. M. E. Dunn. Phone 4'018.
417
]BOARD

Associa.e0dPress&Photo:
4 A stir was created at the Senate finance committee, investi9gatinV'
foreign lowns, when Assistant Seereta y Francis White of the state de-
platmemt,. refuzsed-to tumrn. over correspondence relating to the Baxrco oil
conmssiork The cespondenee~ was asked during questioning regarding
~the ri*stration of the concession and the granting of a loan~to Columbia
bhy, errk~a~ n n-rs. Wite (left) is shown. with Senator Smoot (cen-
~tera), . mitte dairman, ao~4 Ht. Freemuan Matthews, of the state
departme~ntl. __
,University RelationsDoesn't cSound o Big,
Rift Ss HJf0d-, 0 '1These There's Plenty to Do

fir presidenat of the University
;in Chargtte of Un iversity Relatibons
l c zt't sound like 5uch a big job,
butDr Jamens' D- Bruce, wvho was
iccently installod in that positiwn.
iias plenty o do, it seems.
In his official capacity it is the,
dutly of Dr. Bruce to administer all
aetivitie, of the . U~niversity that
touch upona the yvorld outside the
car. us. here is a list ofl these
iuclder Dr. Bruce's direction:
Through division of the. Univer-
sity it self:
'-1. Thie University. extension di-
vision-Extension lectures, credit
coursecs, health lectures, high school
debating league, parent education
p ogranm, correspondence' courses,
;institute for adult education. -,
2. The University hospital-pat-
ients from every, county in the
state.
3. College of Engine'rng-Engi-
it ering research, state highiway
is bcratory; highway engineering'
conference, short course for meter
inen, annual meeting of Michigan
mnanufacturers at Ann Arbor.
4. School of Education-Educa-
tional research,. Saturday classes
f' o r' school executives, practice
teaching in outside schools.
5. Medical School-post-gradu-
ate medicine, Pasteur Institute, hy-

6. School of Forestry anzd Con-
servation-forest cxt~cnsjinbureau,
special studies, Pack Forestry Fou'r n-
dation, annual timber own71' r ; con-
ference, other conferpences.
7. Conege of Litera ture, ScienIce,
anid the it-ariia ionin land
economic survey, ec., by < epart-
merit of geography; buireau of,,ov-
emirnent.
8. School of Music-public con-
certs, high, school orchiestra devel-
opment, recitals by faculty mem-
bers outside nn Arbor.
9. Bureau of Alumni Rlations-
Alumni University, bulletins to
alumni, alumni study groups, news
dissemination service.
10.. University inspection of high
schools.
I1. Library extension service.
12. Museum-Extension service,
cooperation of staff with state de-
partments.
13. Bureau, of appointments and
occupationajl infor rawtion.
14. Bureau of business research.
15. -University broadcasting sprv-
ice.
16. Scho'ol of Dentistry-denital
clinic; research for children's fund
of Michigan.
Through official or semi-official
organizations:
1. Alumni Association.
2. Alumnae Council.
3. University of Michigan Press
(Continued on "Page 6)
EXCHANGE
WIDOW1--Owning 2-family, house,
perfect condition;, unusual in-'
cone." Close to E. Eng, Wants six
or seven room house. Call 8373.

fro M'' the governor
Alt is known that
lie has the invi-
tation of the,,
North Dakota
istate committee
f or a declaration 1
before him andA is
Daktan, aweek
uoose;V(1t f o r a
dli1ito a 5nsw,;er.
'Und er the Law in
thbat state, a can-
ldidatle nmust de-.
+clare himself
viingm,,before his

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or his advisors,

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i3OARD
week.
2-2346.

AND ROOM~S. $7.50
517 E. An n St. P1!

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name can be entered in the presi-
den ti, ial eerece cprim~ary.
The North Dakota primary is
Marchn 15. Nvew Hiampshzire has a
priary, Mar ch 8, buit friends of a
canld ite inay enter his namve
without his consent./
The belief that Mr. Roosevelt
would toss his hat in the ring; soon
wa.i given strength today by visits
of: Chairman Farley,: Secretary of
Stat4 Edward J. Flynn and L.puis
McHenry Howe, Mr. Roosevelt's pri-
vate secretary, to the executive of-
Ohio aacks Hoover.
COLUMBUS, 0., Jain. 22.-(AP)-A,
solid Ohio delegation for President
Hoover at the coming Republican
National Convention was virtually
assured today byr an overwhelming
victory of his friends in the state's
central committee.
The President was indorsed for
renomination and was given what
amounts to a free hand In the se-
lection of, delegates by the commit-
tee Thursday, when only two comn-
mitteemend out of 48., offered oppo-
' Sitioan.j

FIRST METHODIST'
EPISCOPAL 'CHURCH
Cor.. S. State and E. Washinton~ Sts.
Frederick B. Fisher
Pater F. Stair
'Ministers
10:30 A. M.-Morning 'Worship.
"FILLING THE EMPTY SOUL."
7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship.
"HUMAN ISM."
Both sermons by Dr. Fisher.

gienic laboratVory.

I

tern Faculty
Student 'Test'

ton, 'Ill., Jan. 22. -(!)-
asern university professors
god Every one of them
ded by the students and all
passed.
ally Northwestern, student
ion, promoted the. scheame.
ve of. the teachers got "A 's."
nainder received. " 3's"_ o

meaning "flunk," was
by none.

re-

*Morrison Made
ecnol ogical Head
Roger L. Morrison of th'e
;ment of Highway Engineer-
d Hi-liway "Transport was
~first vice-president of the
.t Paving Technologists' As-
on at the annual meeting of
sociation which was held in
ssor Morrison presented rc-
t the meetings as chairman
comnmittee on present prac-
:fthat association and the
pan oads$ Builders' Associa-
ommittee on recen-t practical.
)ments in the design and
iction of asphalt pavements.

Attorneys Declare Court Erred
in Granting Change'
of Venue.
LANSING, Jan. 22.-(IP)-A peti-)
tion to appeal the conviction' of
Katherine Keller, Ypsilanti girl,
who was charged with concealing
and aiding Fred Smith, one of' the
murderers of fou, young ipeople
in Washtenaw county, was filed in
the supreme court today by Groin-
I aon & Hugge'tt,, attorneys.
The petition charges that the cir-
;cuit court erred in~ not granting a
change of venue. Publicity attend-
ant uponi the crime had so inflamed
the community that a fair and im-
pa'rtial trial there was impossible,
her attorneys contend.
The petition also charged the
court erred in not granting a new
trial and that the opening state-
ment of the prosecutor in the case
was of an "infliammiatory nature
trinding to prejuidice the case and
to cause the jury to believe the
respondenit was connected with the
coz inm sion of the crime."

II

h A . .

Starting Today

HILLEL FOUNDATION
Cor. East University Ave.' &'Oakland
Rabbi Bernard Heller, Diretor
RPiip Bernstein, Assistant tor the
Director~
Sunday Morning, January 24

THE
WLESLEY' FOUNDATION
State and Huron Streets
WESLEY HALL
5Dr. E. W. Blakceman, Director
6:00 P. M.-Mrs. Frederick B. Fisher
will speakon. the topic: "The Con-
tribution of.,Oriental Cultuire to
the Youth, of Today." Miss.
Frances Sperry will have charge of
devotions.
12 M.-The regular classes fori, tyr-
dergracluates and graduates will
meet with Dr. Blakemnan and Mr.
Pryor.
TIRE
FIRST JBAPTIST CHURC
E. Hauron, beIlw State
R. Edward Sayles, Minister'
Howard R. Chapman, Minister for
Stuidents.
9:30 A. M-.-The Church. School.
Wallace Watt, Superintendent.
10-45' A. M-Morning Worship.
Mr. Sayles will preach. Su bject:
"LOYALITY TO THE
* CHRISTVIAN CHURCH."
12:00 Noon--Students will meet at
Guild House. for forty minute
discussion. Mr. Chapman in
charge.
5:30 P. M.-The Student Frien4-.
ship Hour.
6:30 P. :M.-Dr. Bruce Kinney of
Denver will. discuss "The Problems
of the American Indian."

Today
1:30
to
11:00
P.M..

Allison Ray

ps, Minister'

j 1: 15 A. M.-Services in the Chapel
Iof the' Wonmen's League Buildig.
Rabbi Heller will speak oVi "Julius
Rosenwald-An Estimate."

FIRST C

FIRST
PRESB3YTE~RIAN ICHURCH ,
Huron and Division Sts.
Merle H. Anderson. Mi~ster
Alfred Lee Klaer, Associate Min~ister
9:30 A. M.-Bible Study Class'f'or
Freshman Students at the Church
Houise, 1432 Washtenaw Avenuc.I
IQ:45 A. M.-Morning Worship.)
Service conducted by University
students. "Youth and Christian
Responsibility."
12:00 Noon-Dicussion for Upper.
classmen on Ethical Issues in Ctir-
rent Events.
5:30 P. M.-Social Hour for Yount;
People.
6:30' P. M.-Your; People's Mveet.
ing. Speaker: Neil StaeN,.er ona
"Theories of E~co;,Im'ic Justice."

MOST SHIVERY CHARACTER
THWE ADORED LOVE6R WHO
TURNS BRUTES

II

80P.M.-Open House.
dance at. the Foundation.

Couple

Sunda.y, January 24
10:45 A: NM.-Mornfng Worship.
Sermon by Mr. Heaps. "Religion,
and Wealth.
9:30 A. M.-Church School.
5:30 P. M-Ariston League. Prof.
John M. Dorsey, Assistant Pro-
fessor of Psychiatry and physician
in the Psychopathic Hospital in
the University, will speak on.i "Biol-
ogy in Religion."
6:00 P. M.--Student Fellowslilp
Supper. Guest speakr-Dr. Mna
S. Handman, Professor of Eco-
nomics in the University of Michi-'
gan. His subject "The Economic
Situation of the Soutth."

II

Conservative services eaczh Friday
evenig, 7:30 P. M., at the Foun-
dation.
BETHLEHEM
EVAN(I,[AtAL CHU1RCH,
South fourth Aveue
Theodv~ore R. Sch-tale, Pastor

'

CA r
"LADES OF TH'E BIG HOUSE"7

I

As her Ivr
she. offers
hsi erfr
delicate beauty,
As ahideous'-
man-7Ofster'- he
COmes to _cei
her!

9:00 ( A. K--Bible Class.

10:00 }A, M-Mo ding Worship,
"fl'ie ' True Pur1pTose of Life."
5,30 P.M-SuetCu.P'es
scar Phillip SCcunk will sperak..
7:00 P. M.-Young P c uPlIe' s
League.

BE
CONSISTENT 1IN
YOUR RELIGION
ATTE'lND CHURCH
Il t: ULA RLY

FIR~ST CHURCH
CHRIST,, SCIENTIST
409 S. Division St.
10;:30 A. M.-- Regular Mort ig
Set-vice. Sermoi~n topic: "T'RUTH"
11:45 A. M. -:iundnly School follow.
inn the nmorning Oervice.
7:30 P. M.--Wedfnesda.y Lvening
Testimonial Meeting.
Thbe Reading Roomi, 10 and 11
Sthate Savings Banik Building, is Open~
daily from 12 to 5 o'clock, exccept
Sundays and legal holidays.

'1

STARTING SUNDAY
TULANE vs. U. * C.C

In Regular and Slo-w Motion Action
The ceaes

sEe-ee X,
T'HRILLERI

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rhiy ry }
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Sport Pictulre
Ever Made:!

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spectactilar
Thrilling
Insp iring

ZION LUTHERN CHURCH
IWashington Street and 5th Ave.
I E. C. Stellhoiii, Pastor

THE " UPPER ROOM~h"
BIBLE CLASS
For all "tMichigan"~ Men. The
Class that is' "Different."
Every Saturday Evening, from
Seven to Eight O'clock.
"'Discussion" Section :meets Sun.
day Morning at 9:30.

ST.' PAUL'S LUTH1RN
CHM~CH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Liberty St.
C. A. Brauer, Pastor
Sunday Morning, January 24
9:.30 ~A. M.-Service in Germn.
9:45 A. M.-Bible School.

LNUALIMI.-

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AND
C t
dill

'I

9:00 A. M.-Bible School. Lesson
topic. "How Jesus Won a Sinner~"
t9:00 A. M.-Service in German.

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