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7n And Shoals
wood's Retiremen

1THE SUMMER M
"igh otherwise have won from Mc-
Adoo. His chances of being a compro-
n. isc candidate for President, until
/th n boo, disappeareI unmmedatdly.

n, July 14.-"Alabama-.f
Underwood!" Thus the
informed day after day

during the Democratic presidential From that minute he had all of the
convention. Never was a state nmor klan elements in the state working
faithful to a native son. There woud against him. Already def eat was
have been at least 24 votes for Un- } staring him the face.
derivood on the very last ballot if he Despite this, he braved further bit-
had wanted them. ter oppo.ition 2y coming out i favor
But political winds shift suddenly of private ownership of Muscle Shoals.
and decisively. Senator Underwood POPu1 ar sentment dw( n her is in
is not so popular and strong in Al- favor of government or Henry Ford
bama now. Washington understands Owership o ths prect, upon which
that he will retire from the senate at Alabama is erecting many golden
the end of his present term, more or dreams.
less. voluntarily. Some weeks ago the senator pur-
It is told on capital hill that after chased a beautiful estate near Wash-
Underwood's managers made a survey ington and intimated to friends then
of the state, they told the senator he *that he intended to make it his fut-
could not be reelected. nre home.
The bitter oppostien that faces him His retirement from the senate does
in his home state is a result of his not mean his retirement from public
uncompromising attitude an the Mus- office. It is possible, and even prob-
cle Shoals and Ku Klux Klan ques- able that he will he given one of the
tions. At a time when it took su- posts that Republicans have to confer
preme political bravery Uifderwood on Democrats whether they want to or
came out flatly against the Klan de not. He is highly regarded in the
spite the fact that his home state i high councils of both parties. He was
a klan stronghold. Again i the ad- a close frien[ of Pr sdent THar mln
vice of his managcrs, he insited on is closer lo President Coolidge
injecting the klan issue into the con-
vention, and alienating the votes he s VE YOU (QT A TAG?
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ICHIGAN DAILY
than any other Democratic senator.
But he remains a complete Democrat.
Even now he is braving the displeas-
ure of certain colleagues by support-
ing Dawes' effort to alter senate rules.
The remains of Fritz Liszt, the
famous Hugarian pianist, and com-
poser have been conveyed from Bay-
reuth to Budapest for reinterment in
a magnificent tomb.-
Manila, July 14. -- The transport
Chaumont, carrying 11 American mem-
bers of Congress who, have, been visit-
ing Manila and near-by points, left
yesterday morning for China. -

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Grelluans Cakes

Chase and San Boaus Coffee

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a

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Royal, Corona and the Portables

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FOR SALE AND RENT

Typewriting and Mimeographing

hoto of Senator Oscar W. Un-
derwood
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VER TISING'
LOST
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containing $90.00. Return to,
ary's office. Business card,
d M. Fish.
Black leather secretary's port-
2 large and 4 small pockets.
le reward. C. A. Mertz,
7010.
- Black Schfaeffer life time
,in pen. Valued particularly
entimental reasons. Reward.
,t 912 Monroe, or phone dial
Ben Silberstein.
1926 Michigauma pin. Finder
return to Pratt and Dunn
.hop.
FOR SALE
22 Ford coupe, or will trade
ord roadster. Phone 8867.1
Vilmot.

Experienced Operators.

Moderate Rates.

Prompt

We have made a specialty of college work
for eighteen years.

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separate entrance, bath adjoining.
Suitable for lady employed during
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phone 9135.
FOUR ROOM Aapartment-t ar all
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ding couch.

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