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Hughes To Action.

JACK DEMPSEY A
FIRPO MATHN
BOU1T IN SEPTI

Tells Germany's, Chinese Fire on American. Gressel
I-Chang, Hupeh P'rovince, China.
Side Of Troubles July 25.-(By A.P.)-Steamners arriv'-
ing on the Yangtse river fromi Chungt
}King report that the American steam-1h
*Q ' er Alice Dollar. t

English Liquor Bill Passed
London, July 25.- (By A.P.) -
House of Commons .today passed
hird reading of Lady Astor's bill
ibiting the sale of intoxicating li
o any person under 18 years of

L. Eriksen, of the
lege, will become a
Purdue university en-
y next Sept. 1, it was
rday.
csen has been a mem-
ieering faculty in the
1915.

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MISCELLANEOUS
NCE SALE-Correspondence
ery. All clean stock at less
>st. 0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels'
. Open evenings. 28-c-4
WANTED
)- 1923 Michiganensian. 0.
rill, 17 Nickells' Arcade.
)-Man to sell soda fountain
s and fixtures in Ann\.Arbor
>silanti, all or part time. The
's Ice Cream Co. 28-c-2
)- An insurance solicitor.
stating qualifications' and
number for appointment.-
C, in care Michigan Daily.
28-c-3
)One porter and one cook
next school year. Applic-
ply by mail or in. person to
i at 325 S. Fifth Ave. - 27-c-4
FOR SALE
,E-One Colt .45 automatic in
,onditlon. Also one Colt .45
volver in slightly used con-
Call 1016 evenings. 29
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tITING AND MIMEOGRAPI-
promptlyaand neatly one.
riters cleaned and repaired.
Morrill, 17 Nickels' Arcade.
28-c-4
TYPEWRITERS
todels, high grade machines,
and sold Hamilton Busi-j
Iollege, phone 342-R. Stated
iliam Sts. 10c-21
TYPEWRITERS
ers of standard makes
, sold, rented, exchanged,

Sengitr Smith ,Brookhart lesti-nd the
State department after e ,),erenco
i it Secrctary Hughes.
In a recent letter to President Gom-
pers of the 'American Federation 'of
Labor, Secretary of State Hughes
flatly contradicts statements regard-
ing conditions in Russia made by
Sen. Smith W. Brookhart. Brook-
hart, Iowan and regarded asanultra-
progressive Republican, recently re-
turned from Soviet Russia and in a
conference with state Secretary
Hughes urged recognition o'f the Sov-
iet regime. Hughes' letter to Gom-
pens was in the form of a reply to a
letter from Gompers regarding Brpok-
hart's views.
FERISl W ILL TAL ON U
E D U C AO T IO N PR O B L E MS.......
Sen. Woodbridge N. Ferris will
'speak on the "Schoolman's Problem
in Secondary Education," at 8 o'clock
tonight in the assembly .room of the
Union following the Phi Delta Kappa
initation ceremonies.
Senator Ferris will be the guest of
the fraternity and the, principle speak-
er at the initatiqn banquet which will
be held at 6 o'clock.
Tickets ,on Sale for Union Dance
Tickets for the weekly Friday night
dance at the Union will go on sale to-
day, at the Union lobby, starting a
new plan of starting the sale of tickets
on Wednesday. The grill room will
be open to women during the dance.
Friday night dances this summer
at the Union have been unusually suc-
cessful according to the management,
and they will be continued through-
out the session.
Student Aviator Killed
Boston, July 25.-(By A.P.)- Mitch~
ell Snow a Harvard .graduate was
killed late today when his airplane,
which he was piloting, crashed at
Jeffries Point, East Boston.

New York, July 25-(By A.P.)-
Jack Dempsey, world's . heavyweight
champion, and Luis Angel Firpo, chal-
lenger from the Argentine, have been
matched for a title bout, probably in
September at a site within or close
to New York. Promoter ex Rickard
announced late today that articles
binding the men had been signed by
Firpo, and Jack Kearns, the champ-
ion's manager. He said the (late and
pace were matters of uncertainty.
What Rickardhas guarantceed eith-
er fighter was not dsclosed. Firpo
left late today to fulfill several en-
gagements in the middle west. He
has signed to appear either in exhi-
bition or no decision matches at
Grand Rapids, Michigan, July 27, Om-
aha, Nebr., Aug. 3, St. Louis, Aug. 6,
and Indianapolis, Aug. 8.
New York, July 28-(By A.P.)-E-
gene Criqui, French holder of the
world's featherweight boxing crown
and Johnny Dundee, American chal-
lenger, were pronounced to be fit and
ready for their championship match.
tomorrow night at the Polo ground's.
Both boxers were well under 126
pounds today. Dundee has been a
slight favorite bu the Frenchman has
many ardent backers. Both are clever
boxers. The advance sale ran to
$100,000 today according to promot-
ers.
BRIIH POLITICS TREND1
[S TOWARD LABOITES
(Cpntihued from Page One)
Keddleston suburb ofGlasgow the one
communist in parliament was chosen;
the coal fields of England are largely
liberal. In the Scotch coal fields, -2
out of-7 elected are conservatives. 148
men out of 615 have become the offi-
cial opposition of the government
largely due to the conditions of popu-
lation today in England. In Scotland,
Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dunddee and
Aberdeen are the largest cities. In
1861 they were 25 per cent of the po-
pulation. In 1881, 34 per cent of the
population and in 19?1 they constitut-
ed 41 per cent.A
The election of Bonar Law was sig-
nificant for 7 thngs. (1) The eclipse
of Lloyd' Gedrge; (2) partial revival
of the old Asquith liberal party; (3)
Increase of the labor group; 44) ap-
parent drift of the liberalism of Scot-
land in the direction of labor; (5) the
elimintion of the Irish; (6) appear-
ance of the first prime minister ever
born in an overseas dominion, a man
beloved by all his colleagues, and (7)
The disintegration of the old line of
parties.
Disintegration Imoprtant
This disintegration of the old line
of parties is one of the important
features of the, election, and of all
elections that England will undergo,
Prof. Wenley said, "the old parties
are losing their old political align-
ment and people are no lolger sure
what they are voing for . ,The best
solution would be for the two branch-
es of the liberal party to unite and to
have a constitdtional party on the
onO side, and a radical party on the
other. No one can tell what Lloyd
George. will do. He is a dangerous
radical and has too much influence
to be lightly regarded.nHis futureis
problematical, and with his future
rests the future of England in a large
sense."
Although he feels that the labo
party will undoubtedly sweep the
country in time, Prof. eWnley said,
"No party who is trying for the first

time a government would 'wan tto
try the government now. Conditions
are too unstable now for a party to
want to have power. What ever
would happen would be blamed on
the party. However, the fact remains
that the drift of English politics is
steadily toward the left side of the
house. Old conservative parties are
no longer what they used to be. The
most conservative today would be re
garded as the worst radicals years
ago. The time will come when Eng-
land will be ruled by the labor gov-
ernment, and there is no danger in
it, because many 'of the best classes
in England ave members of the labor
party."
Tunney to Defend Title
New York, June 25-(By A.P.)-
Gene Tunney, American lightheavy
weight champion, has been matched
with D n O'Dowd of Boston for a f2-
round contest next Tuesday night at
the Queensboro stadium. Tunney's
title' will be at stake at 175 pounds,

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Count Harry Kessler

Count Harry Kessler, of Berlin, well t1 lily'11- 11111111111 11iLlAI II1fill 11111111111 1 n i fIIIII1111111 1,1 l1
known German scholar and diploniat,
has =come to the United tSates to de-,
liver a series of lectures at the , il- 13I
Hiamstown, Mass., Institute of PCI~lcs
on "Germany and the European
TIngle."
TODAY T HROUGH SATURDAY
College of Mines Replaces head
Lansing, July 24-( y A.P.-A F SOMETHING ENTIRELY DIFFERENT
Westphal was appointed assistant su-
perintendent of public instruction. by . '
Supt. of Public Instruction Thomas = 1 4
E. Johnson today. He succeeds Floyd
A. Rowe, resigned.
Mr. Westphal, resigned as dean of A, '
men at the Michigan College of Mines = v
to accept the state position. y r
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