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October 10, 1941 - Image 8

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).P. Battle With Governor
To End If HeAccepts_ Terms'

LANSING, Oct. 9.-(M--The Re-
publican majority in the House of
Representatives agreed tonight to
make peace with Governor Van Wag-
oner and allow the 1941 legislature
to adjourn.
Senate Republicans, although they
held no caucus, said they were ready
to adjourn, and call quits to the "sit-
down strike" which has held the leg-I
islature in recess fbr three months.
By a vote of 36 to 22, the House
Republicans agreed to adjourn if
Governor Van Wagoner fulfills a
pledge to allow them to override
eight of his vetoes, to impose no unit
rule on Democratic Senators to pro-
tect 25 other vetoes, and to call no
special session of the Legislature
without first consulting Republican
legislators. ..
The latter part of the peace pact
would allow Republicans to grab a
portion of any glory Nhich might
accrue from convening the Legisla-
ture to appropriate money or take

other steps for the relief of persons
nade idle by closure of non-defense
industrial plants.
There was grumbling among a
number of the Republican House
members, who contended it would
have been better to delay a show-
down in the hope of getting other
cncessions from Van Wagoner.
Whether the lawmakers could
complete in the two hours between
10 a.m. and noon tomorrow the work
before them and adjourn then was
uncertain. The constitution says fi-
nal adjournment must be taken at
the noon hour, and Speaker Howard
Nugent declared it would not be per-
missible to resort to the legislative
trick of other adjournments of stop-
ping the clock before the deadline.
They hope to override the eight
vetoes, and vote on others under as-
surance from the Governor that he
has made Senate Democrats free
agents to vote as they please. Rumor
said the fate of two major ones was
intertwined.

Ticket Resale
Desk To Open
Tomorrow
The Michigan Union ticket resale
desk will be open from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. tomorrow to exchange and sell
non-student tickets for the Pitt
I game. It is located at the Union
travel desk.
Other than student tickets which
students find they . cannot use,
should be turned in at the Union
student offices between 3 and 5 p.m.
today, but will be accepted until
game time tomorrow.
Desk manager Bob Burstein, '43,
p':omises that unusually good non-
student tickets will be on sale to-
morrow as many have been returned
from alumni groups in Western
Pennsylvania.
In the past two games the desk
has moved over $600 worth of tickets.
Students who wish to attend the
game tomorrow with their parents
may purchase a non-student ticket
at the desk and all efforts will be
made to match the three tickets to-
gether.
No transaction of any sort will be
made with student tickets, Burstein
Gee,
The Fobs sure
were swe//to' They like these
nice ong etters
Parher You'll write.
pen ndpencil Besides it will
set 6e a big help
In your
c)esswcr

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NEWS

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Your Last Chance
to get Walt Disney's
with the purchase of a bottle of
fyPARKE
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We might have known that such a swell offer would
soon exhaust retailers' supplieg, but we didn't dream
it would happen so fast. If you don't find any left at the
first store, try a second. But act without delay, to be safe.
And when you fill your pen with Parker Quink, be
sure to try it without a blotter. See how fast it dries
ON PAPER-31%quicker than average of 4 others.
And see howbeautifully your pen works-a Parker or
ANY OTHER. For Quink contains a secret agent that,
dissolves deposits left by pen-clogging inks. That's
really why we created Quink-to guard pena from
sediment and gum that stop the flow.
Quink will help keep your pen in your hands and
out of repair shops.
To induce you to try it, we are giving Disney's Song
Book FREE when you buy Quirk for 15 cents. Better
clip out this announcement as a reminder. It's prob-
ably your last chance.
The Parker Pen Compaan nevl, Wisconsin.

T E N T I N' T O N I G H T-Blackout for maneuvers near Fort George G. Meade, Md., put Sgt.
Joseph Taylor and Pvt. Theodore Gohrs under a blanket reading messages for the command post.

R Q M A N C E ?-This is Thur-
kel (Turk) Greenough, 36, the
rugged rodeo rider from Rted
Lodge, Mont., whose name has
been linked (by Sally) romanti-
cally with that of Sally Rand.

ASK TO SEE THE PEN TI-TA.T
IS THE ALL-AMERICAN CHOJ(,E
ON THE CAMPUS - THE PAJR'KiR
Pens from $1.95 to $10.00
Sets from $2.95 to $15.00
Look for Parker's Blue Diamond--
It Means Guaranteed for Life
FOLLETT'S
BOOKSTORE
Read The Daily Classifieds!

Q U IC K E R 6 DUMBO Lyrics includecd
Look Out For Mr.Stork
Casey Junior
RICH, FULL- BabyMine
" I've Seen Everything
BODIED1, Song of the Roustabouts
BR I LL I ANT and 94other Favorites by
COLORS theseandotherauthors.
9b Walt t)ikmnv Praducti'Qa, ,nE.l C

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Y O U S H O U L D S E E T H E M I N W A T E R--eading fdr the sea off Dunedin, Fla., several Roebling amphibian tanks prove
they're landlubbers, too. The rqugh-riding tanks can carry 40 men, operate in mud, water and on land. Donald Roebling invented them.

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A 6 OA R D S H I P-lVide-eyed Serge Mandelbaum peers
through ship air vent, arriving in N. Y; aboard Ciudad de Sevilla.

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GRIN AND BEAR IT

By Lichty

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Brother of the famous Glenn Miller

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BOATS FOR DEFENSE - Along the Great Lakes, in the Michigan port
cities, shipyards are busily engaged in making ore boats for use on the lakes.
Above is a typically busy shipyard.

League Ballroom

FRIDAY

AND SATURDAY
$1.00 per Couple

NIGHTS

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