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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

checked by pressing on the same spot
on the uninjured thumb.
Quite often there have been cases
in which a student has applied for
treatment for a hand injury, bring-
ing a history of having injured it
the same way.before. An X-ray will
often show that there is an old un-
unified fracture.
There are occasionally cases that
have very little trouble even when
the fracture is united. But with oc-
casional small hurts, the wrist grows
a little more sensitive all the time
until often the bone has to be re-
moved.
The treatment is not wholly sat-
isfactory even with the best of treat-
ment, and sometimes the bones fail
to unite. In fact when they were
less often observed it was said that
they never united. It has however
been demonstrated that with proper
treatment most of them do unite and
that it is possible to get bony as well
as fibrous union.
The treatment for this fracture is
tiresome, the hand and wrist having
to be put in a cast from eight to 12
weeks, whereas union in the other
bones of this extremity should be ac-
complished in three or four weeks.
The longer time is valuable, however,
from the standpoint of added pro-
tection and support during and af-
ter healing.

Pro inlien local T
Tell Why Be
In An After-Life

State Stores Will Re Closer
Until The investigation
Is Completed, Claim

Lansing, March 14.-- The Sen- listen expectantly to its rolling, call
ate Finance Committee Wednes- ing, wooing, stimulating symphonies
day afternoon reported out without It is the highest and best of thos
a recommendation or a resolution intangible realities that make lif
calling for an investigation of the rich and full.
Liquor Control Commission. The
Senate began consideration of the Fx-J1iyar irnmy Walker,
proposal in an evening session.
Senators friendly to the Commis- Hollywood Stars Given
sion say that if the Senate finds jus- Ga I yNavajo Counei
tification for the investigation, they
will attempt to amend the resolution
to provide for the suspension of all GALLUP, N. Mex., March 14-- (A
liquor sales in State stores until the --Scores of celebrities. including for
orobe is completed. mer Mayor James J. Walker of Ne
The resolution is sponsored by York were expelled from the Nava:
Senators Ray Derham (Rep., Iron Indian tribe today by its executi
Mountain) and Edward B. McKen- council of 12.
SPicard, The big chiefs indicated they wel
11a (Dem., Detroit). FPrank A.Piad fed up on white men who get adopte
chairman of the Commission, told fdu nwiemnwogtaot
the Finance .Committee Monday that into the tribe and then go arour
he would welcome a thorough in- boasting that they are Indians.
heouirA number of Hollywood actors ar
query.sss ractresses suffered the same fate a
Stack Discloses LetterWakr
Walker.
Picard said last week that he had "Every time a movie star stops i
invited John K. Stack, Jr., the audi- Gallup and is adopted by the trib
tor general, to make a complete au- he claims at Hollywood he is a Na
dit of the Commission's accounts. vajo," said Tom Dodge, member o
Stack today denied that Picard had the council.
issued that invitation, and made pub- The council's resolution said r
lic a letter he wrote Picard last Fri- longer will there be any membershi
day. It said: in the tribe "except by birth," an
"It strikes the writer that in the that "all those who claim to be merr
interests of good government, it bers of the tribe by adoption ar
would be a wise move for you to in- hereby declared to be in no possib:
vite this department to completely way an adopted or honorary mer
audit your accounts and produce a ber of the Navajo people."
profit and loss statement. If the re- Other tribes joined the Navaj
sults of this audit prove disastrous, campaign. At Hollywood, Chief Man
an analysis can easily be made and Treaties, a six-foot Blackfoot India
a remedy applied. It will convince from Montana, stalked out on a ver
the public that this administration bal warpath with a denunciation o
is sincere and wishes to give a good film directors alleged to have cas
account of its stewardship." members of other races as Ameri
Stack explained that his use of can Indians.
the word "disastrous" was intended
to refer to possible losses suffered by
the State on liquor sales.
$?50,000 Profit Claimed DAILY MATINEES - 15c
The Liquor Commission's financial ENDS TONIGHT - DOUBLE FEATUIE
statement as of March 1 is to be Maurice chevaier in
made public Thursday. Picard told "WAY TO LOVE
the Finance Committee at the hear- and
ing Monday that the Commission "WALLS OF GOL D"
would show a profit of approximate- sally Eilers Norman Foster
ly a quarter million dollars. T0MOaroW
The resolution reported out this "TH E MAD GAME"
afternoon calls for the appointment Spencer Tracy
of a committee of three senators to ITO THE LAST MAN"
make the probe, and appropriates Randolph Scott
$1,000 for their expenses. Randolph Scott

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VINA DELMAR'S pulsing story of people like us .. .
who sinned and were sorry and sinned again.

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