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December 07, 1937 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1937-12-07

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Union Barber Dies, U. S. Boycott Against Japanese
Ending Tradition
SEighteen ould Feed Hate, Speaker Says
A Michigan tradition died Suidy. (Continued froin Page 1) lation would entail a horrible human
For 18 years Joseph H. Hooper clique, he continued, for the army is The army is not against capitalism
ministered to' the tonsorial wants a conscript body in which one out of j and the industrialists who are profit-
of the campus until, at his passing. every three each year receives train- ing most from it, but they do wish to
he was manager of t .w Union bar- ing. The conscripts are from the curb the latter. Their one real way
masses, many of the younger officers out, however, as they see it, is to ob-
ber shop. And in those years he saw being from the lower middle class ta, by force if necessary, the cheap-
the gradual metamorphis of Michi- which feels itself economically al- er resources which they believe they
gan men from a spirit of collegia to a ligned with the masses. Ican get in China.
spirit, in many cases, of study: saw It is the army to which the Japan- Thus have they led the move for
it while he was giving Joe and John- ese people as a whole have turned for j'an aggressive policy in China which
ny and Tomand a host of others that relief against their increasing pov-! they believe will be profitable in that
well-groomed appearance that only erty. Revolution against their indus- it will ultimately mean higher stan-
"Mr. Hooper" could achieve. trial lords, the people rule out, Dr. dard of living for the masses and con-
At 3 a.m. Sunday he died at a Brumbaugh explained, for they be- tinued competition in the world mar-
private hospital. A month of illness lieve the very density of their popu- ket.
that had kept from his regular du- - ---------
ties ended in heart failure.
Funeral services will be held at 2 YPSILANTI NORMAL CHOIR





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For Only...... A
CRISP, CLEAN SHIRTS are the first requiste of neat
Cpersonal appearance of the well - dressed University
man. And cit this tow price, you cannot afford to go the
least unkempt.
N1t only is the saving available on shirts, but on ALL
yu lundry. We strongly suggest that you use the Student
"ROUGH DRY" Bundle, in which Shirts, Handkerchiefs,
and Socks are completely finished to please the most criti-
cal . Underwear and Pajamas are washed and foldei
ready for wear-all at the modest rate of ten cents per
pound, with charges for extra finished laundry marked ac-
Why pay for delivery charges alone in express to your
hinn when it costs only a few cents more to make use of
gris highly satisfactory service.



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