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TO RALLY AS FIGHT
SHIFTS TO CHICAGO
Liberal Organizations Prepare
to Hold Mass Meetings,
Demonstrations.
DRYS ISSUE SUMMONS
Three Day 'Loyalty Convention'
Expected to Recapture
Militant Spirt.
CHICAGO, May 24.-(P) - The
battle over prohibition moves into
the Chicago sector next month
with the great concentration of
forces since the dry laws were en-
acted.
The national political conven-
tions-Republican June 14, Demo-
crat June 27-will be beseiged and
beseeched by the campaigners for
and against prohibition.
Liberal organizations, most of
them comparatively young, will at-
tempt to show their -trength in
mass meetings, parades and demon-
strations.
Both sides plan to concentrate
their eiforts on the prohibition
planks in the party platforns and
bolth, at this stage of the game, pro-
fess conlfidence of victory. Ford G.
Clark, national commander of the
Crusaders, said he expected both
parties to go "at ileast as far as
adopting resubmission planks."
Prohibitionists will hold their
meetings in a church within three
blocks of the Chicago stadiumm,
where the political conventions are
to be held. These meetings begin
June 10 and continue to the eve
ofP the Republican convention. ,
Plans are being made to seat 5,-
000 women at a xreakfast June 13.
National leaders of the national
Women's Christian Temperance un-
ion; Dr. F. Scott McBride of the;
Anti-3aloon league; Clarecie True
Wilson, secretary of the board ofo
temperance, prohibition and public
morals of the Methodist church;
and Bishop James Cannon of Meth-;
odist Episcopal church, south. (

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_ Socialis_ T ELLS GRlADUATES
I 4 --- 1 TO OWN BUfESS

Illinois Professor of Economics
Declares Private Concern
More Advantageous,
( Big Ten News Service)
URBANA, Ill., May 24.-University
graduates will find it far more ad-
vantageous to "go into business for
themselves" than to take a position
in someone else's firm, Prof. Ivan
Wright of the Department of Eco-
nomics, University of Illinois. de-
clared in a recent interview.
Big business has revealed its
limitations during the present per-
iod of deflation, he said, and has
shown that the small companies,
provided they are under efficient
management, are more stable and
dependable than the huge corpora-
tions.
"I venture to say," Prof. Wrightl
stated, "that at the end of 10 years,
the man who works for himself will
have accomplished more than the
person who accepted a position in
a corporation or other large com-
pany.
The present depression has dis-
mantled the show of power which
was displayed by the larger firms
and has substantiated the real
strength of the small concerns, the
economist said.

ENGLISH FLOOD
INJURIES MOUNT
Four Dead in Deluge Causing
$2,0000,000 Damage.
LONDON, May 24. - (AP) - Four.
persons, three of them children,0
were known to be dead today as aZ
result of floods which have raised
havoc in the English niidlands fol-
lowing cloudbursts over the week-I
end.

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Ten were injured in an explosion
at Derby believed to have been
caused by flood waters leaking into
a gas main.
Reports from the huge flood area
were sketchy as communications
became increasingly difficult. Tele-
phone and telegraph lines have
been damaged seriously by the rag-
ing waters which spread over hun-
dreds of square miles, causing dam-
age estimated at nearly $2,000,000.
A fund was opened Monday night
to relieve the distress of thousands
of persons who are homeless, and
whose lands are swamped and
whose livestock have been drowned.
Burton, the famous Staffordshire
brewing town, was reported disap-
pearing under advancing waters.
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specialty since 1908. O. D. Mor-
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BRAND NEW 1932 PLYMOUTHS- -
Just received shipment of all cur-
rent models, coaches, sedans,
coupes. We will sell these at bar-
gain prices. Regular new car
warranty and service policy.
Associated Motor Services, 311 W.
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Associated Press Phoo
Norman Thomas, of New York,
Socialist cao-di ate for president in
1923, was again chosen for that
party's standard bearer for this
year's campaign in convention at-
Milwaukee, Sunday.
CHICAGO, May 24.-(/P)-Twelve
economists of University of Chicago
say they believe a drastic but tem-
porary fiscal inflation would help
business.
They urged a "five-year plan"
for revival of business upon con-
gress Monday, declaring that au-
tomatic adjustments in the eco-'
nomic situation have already pro-
ceeded to the stage where inflation-
ary expenditures would be hand-
somely rewarded in greater produc-
tion, larger employment and high-
er tax revenues."
"For the ensuing five years,"
they said, "all federal expenditures
should be covered by tax revenues.
To minimize the total necessary
outlay, outlays should be generous
now; parsimonious inflation is an
illusory economy.
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TYPING-Grad, theses a specialty.
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FIFTY piano players interested in
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particulars. 674
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COTTAGE TO RENT-For season
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NEAR CAMPUS - For summer
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furnished apartment; garage;
yard. Phone 5929. 672
FOR SALE
BAUSCH LOMB BINOCULAR re-
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LOST
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the campus. Call Jessie Barton,
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ELGIN WRIST WATCH-(ladies)
Saturday night, at or between
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LOST--Silver Eversharp last week.
Initials B. F. Rose. Call 358, Jor-
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FOUR KEYS on keyring in the
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tenaw. Phone 21969 between 6
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enacting six phases
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Regent Junius E. Beal delivered
the address at the annual initiation
banquet of Alpha Nu, undergrad-
uate forensic society, at 6:15 o'clock
last night in the Union. The affair
honored the' eight pledges initiated
at the last meeting. Recognition
keys were presented to Walter Mor-
rison, Robert Ward, and Charles B.
Brownson, members of the Alpha
Nu freshman debating team.

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