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TrHE M1IHIGAN DAILY

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Pr~,-e v on al iings of Naziled
ers t at a fe-der.al commissioner
vould takie charge of Bavaria brought
respmc t orn.D vrianpop ulists
thna any ;;u1h move would be resisted
by force. Since Hlitler'"s victory at the
Elnourcedto"1 inPCe Nazi represen-
tiocn. i n te3o vri coalition gov-
Prussia, by far the largest state,
tas the first brought under federal
ontrcl after Hitler's accession, with
Vice Chan 1cellor Franz. von Papery
hikin iz otroi fromr the Prussian pre-
rn, and before the election 60,-
n)O0 Nzi _, ndl Steel helmet war vet-
F ( \VCwere enrolled as auxiliary1
Thec rightist press commented in-i
i 1;_ntily today -von the A1rust;.zjrIn l-
j.L :ns fC:.~itler,1v andc!uniion with Oar-

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a talk to be given by E. Norr
Pearon,rsidient of the Michi
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speaker on te CampusDh,' Feli: I
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given miany speeches and having
pealred in11the debate on capital'r
ishment s ,pw onred by Prof, Gai
De In oe' tens ion club. His
tm-c, My 'For Belief in lim
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PreacebyChristopher MorleN
J~ate: Phlosopchy of Life
iLowe-i llthouma India, LanTd of f-he Black Pag.odl,
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