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SATURDAY", MARCIT 14,193C

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Rosy Outcome
In Battle Seens
By Muyskens
Declares Effort To Clean
Party Of Rottenness Will
Be Successful
(Continued from Page 1)

Two Victims Injured By Falling Flagpole

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parties this fall, and even hinted that
if he should not, the Democrats
might not' contest this election.
"There isn't a man in the state who
could beat him," Muyskens added.
"There are many of us who feeel the
futility of even thinking of anybody
else. He (Couzens) is being as good
a Democrat as anybody in the Sen-
ate right now."~
He challenged Abbott's defense for
his alleged Republican vote in the
1934 elections. "I supported Lacy in
the campaign," Abbott had fumed
in answer to charges of disloyalty.
"On the night before the election, I
stood on the same platform with
him in Grand Rapids and asked
everybody to vote for him. I ful-
filled my party duty, and what I did
with my own vote is my own private
business."
Horton Jeers At Abbott
"Abbott and Lacy never were on a
platform in Grand Rapids together.
Lacy never lectured in Grand
Rapids, and Abbott was never over
there either," Muyskens declared.
"Abbott had nothing to do with the
Democratic landslide in Kent Coun-
ty.
Reached at his residence in Ypsi-
lanti last night, Horton laughed at
Abbott's claim that he did not know
him. "Why, I've known Abbott near-
ly as long as I can remember, and
he's known me too. You saw that his
letter to me started 'Dear Ray,' and
people aren't given to writing that
sort of correspondence if they aren't
pretty well known to each other."
He vigorously and emphatically de-
nied Muysken's suggestion that he,
might have sold the Abbott corres-
pondence, and added that he was,
not acquainted with the University
professor.
Admits Letters Genuine
He admitted that the letters cir-
culated by Muyskens' group were
genuine, and stated that they had
constituted the entire correspondence
between Abbott' and himself oan that
subject. He had been engaged in
sorting material in a filing cabinet,
and had papers spread all over a large
table in his home late one night in
January, 1935, when a group of men
called on him nearly at midnight.
After. they left, he stated, the letter
from Abbott had disappeared. The
carbon copy of his letter to Abbott.
was taken only recently, however.
He stated that he had been non-
partisan in politics for years, and had
voted for Republicans in various mu-
nicipal elections, held two Democratic
appointments, and had recently, to fill
out" the cycle, been elected to the
Y'psilanti school board on a non-
partisan ticket.

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--Associated Press Photo.
A cr.-ton flagpole, blown down by a high wind from a 12-story
Pecria, 11l., bank building, caused one man's death and seriously injured
two others. Two of the victims are shown in the street where they were
struck by fragmennts of the 100-foot steel pole.

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