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r, 1a THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE F

[ichigan Team
Faces Changes
For StateGame
(Continued from Page 1)
yer that he was touted to be, but
still rates above Rod Cox, who
a slight leg injury. Ottoman,
a, and Miller stood out in the,
scrimmage as possibilities. j
eonard Meldman was out in uni-
n yesterday favoring a strained
:le. His recent bid for the full-
:k position has added another
blem in the selection of the final
M.
'ed Chapman is developing fast
. may overcome the opposition for
ackle berth. Carl Savage and
walik, former favorites for the
rd positions, sat on the sidelines
erday. Ward saw little service in
defense for State's power plays.
was announced in Lansing last
ht that the betting on the strong-
Spartan team since 1915 is two
ne in favor of the Michigan State

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Appeal For Books
Made By Socialist
Co-operative Store
An earnest appeal for textbooks of
several specialized types was made
yesterday by the Michigan Socialist
Club's co-operative book store.
All freshman textbooks are in
demand, according to Zeldon S.
Cohen, '33, who is in charge of the
store. Specialized books which are
needed are those in law, philosophy,
psychology, and physics.
"We have received an unprecedent-
ed demand for these books, " Cohen
said. "Our demand has greatly out-
weighed our supply, and we earnest-
ly request students interested in sell-
ing books at advantageous prices to
contact with us
Cohen explained the procedure of
sale, which provides that the seller
bring the books to the store -at Lane
Hall, and mark them with his price.
The store will endeavor to sell them,
deducting 10 per cent of the sale
price to coyer cost of the transaction.
"Under our plan we firmly believe
that it is possible for the seller to re-
ceive more for his books and for the
buyer to pay less," Cohen said. "The
fact that we have had such an en-
couraging response - even lar ger
than last year - tends to indicate
that this co-operative plan is a need-
ed institution on the campus."
Sales will. continue throughout
this and next week and the store will
be open not only in the daytime, but
from 7 to 9 p. X. as well, .; is an-
nounced.
Development of a "non-inflam-
mable" motor fuel for aviation use
is being studied by the French gov-
ernment to eliminate fire risks from
flying.

Commercial Group
Hits Government's
Unethical Business
Washington, Sept. 26.-(AP) Spe-
cial advantages enjoyed by the gov-
ernment in competing with private
business are stressed by the United
States Chamber of Commerce in a
report it describes as "another step
in the chamber's effort to remove the
government from buisness."
The national business organiza-
tion said these efforts "will be con-
tinued until the chamber's objective
is accomplished."
The report was filed by a com-
mittee headed by Henry D. Sharp of
Providence. R. I. It said in part:
"The government's operations can
be and are carried on without regard
to the elements of profit or loss.
which are unavoidable factors in
private business. The government
can and does furnish funds which are
employed, largely f r o m taxation,
without requiring or expecting pay-
ment of interest, let alone dividends,
out of business.
"It is obvious, therefore, that in
any field of business in which the
government chooses to enter, private
bus ine ss will be proportionately
eliminated-not by reason of the rel-
ative merit of the two forms, but be-
cause of the unfair advantages re-
ceived by the former."
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to Michigan students.
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Hoover Requests
Delay of Railroad
Parleys Until 1933
WASHINGTON, Sept. 26.-(P)-
Secretary Doak today issued a state-
ment disclosing that President Hoo-
ver had requested the representatives
of railway labor organizations and
the presidents of leading railways to
defer all discussions of railway. wage
reductions until the end of the pres-
ent year.
Doak's statement was issued after.
a conference with the president.
Recently the leaders of more than
20 railway labor organizations and
brotherhoods requested President
Hoover to oppose suggestions for fur-
ther reductions in railway wages.
Doak said today the President had
expressed to the railway labor lead-
ers at that time the view that, the
question of reduction be laidaside
until at least Jan. 1.
Doak's statement follows in full:
"In the matter of the railway wage
discussion now going on, the Presi-
dent last week expressed the, view,
both to the representativestof rail-
way labor and to the leading railway
presidents who have conferred with
him, that he felt it is desirable that
question should be deferred at the
present time.
"The present agreement does not
expire until Feb. 1 next. The Presi-
dent's view that it might be well
agreed to defer further discussion
until the end of the year, as the gen-
eral economic -situation would be
much clearer at that time, and ne-
gotiations could be based on a better
realization of the actual circum-
stances existing."

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