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THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1929
MODONALD ANNOUNCES
INTENTION OF VISITINGi
UNITED STATE-S SOON!
PRIME MINISTER TELLS HOUSE
OF DECISION MADE IN
NAVAL PROGRAM

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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LEADERS IN PHILADELPHIA'S PENNANT DRIVE

®VISITING WOMAN
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DAWES' ARRIVAL TIMELY'
Premier Announces Parity Agree-
ment with United States Am-
bassador Dawesj
(By Associated Press)
LONDON, July 25-Premier Ram-
say .MacDonald announced in the1
house of commons this afternoon
that he probably would visit the
United States in October.
The prime minister said: "I aml
now in a position to make a state-)
ment as to ' the immediate inten-
tions of the government regarding
the naval building program.
"The government's general posi-
tion is that the defense- of the
country must be devised with two
main considerations in view.
"First, the chances of defenses
having to be used, and then the

"Michigan's courtesy in extend-
ing the invitation to physicists to
share the benefits of the symposium
here this summer is most commend-
able," said Dr. Alice H. Farnsworth,
of the department of astronomy of
Mount Holyoke college, one of the
two women attending the physics
symposium.
1 "Since my primary interest is in
I astronomy," continued Miss Farns-
worth, "there were two reasons in
that field which brought me to Ann
Arbor this summer. First, my in-
terest in the recent developments
in the field of Astro-physics, and!

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The three brainy baseball bosses who are leading the Philadelphia Athletics toward the 1929 pen-
nant. Photograph shows Eddie Collins (left), Manager Connie Mack,a nd Kid Gleason.

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BORAH MAY
ATTACK ON
Idaho Senator Seen as Op
Flexible Provision in
Tariff Act

LEAD
BILL
pponent of
House

efficiency and economy shown in I (By Associated Press)
their magnitude and character. WASHINGTON, July 25-An in-
Recognize Policy Change dication that Senator Borah, Re-
"The government has kept in publican, Idaho, may be given an
view the changes in policy and in opportunity to lead the senate at-
the problem of national security as tack on the flexible provision of
affected by the peace pact if that the house tariff bill was seen by
pact is to be made an effective in- some observers today -in the dis-
fluence in international relations. tribution of an expression of his
"To make it so is the controlling views on the subject by the Dem-
purpose of the government and a ocratic national committee's pub-
systematic policy is being devel- licity bureau.
oped which will take a little time Whether he is considering sucha
to complete to carry out that in- a course has not been disclosed byR
tention. the senator. It is recalled, how-
It is well known that in the - ever, that he op-
midst of multifarious concerns posed the flexible
which the formation of a new gov-: provision in the
ernment entailed and the specially present law while
pressing and complicated nature of it was under con-
our task, conversations have been sideration in 1922,
actively carried on between the - °and he is knownI
United States and ourselves for the to differ with the
purpose of opening the way for house Republi-
agreement on naval matters which cans on many
hitherto have defied settlement points in the
Dawes Brings Peace pending bill, hav-
"By happy coincidence, our as- ing proposed, a
sumption of office corresponded in Borah short time before
time with the arrival in this coun- the senate recessed, that the fin-
try of the new Americarf ambassa- ance committee be limited to agri-
dor, Gen. Dawes, who came to this cultural and related products in
country charged by the president 1 proposing rate advances.
of the United States with a mission His only comment when asked'
to prepare the ground for an inter- about the distribution of his views
national agreement for reduction by the Democratic organization,
and limitation of naval armaments.way h t eyohadifrganton
"Already the whole field of these w s that they had frequently been
differences with the United States expressed by him and were public
has been surveyed and the two property, and that "if Demo-
governments have made a fresh utes them, that is its business."
govenrnnts avemadea feshcratic national committee distrib-
start in their solution. Hesh uhtedsithu Democratic
"We have agreed upon the prin- He is quoted in theDehatic
ciple- of parity. We have agreed statement as declaring that the
that, without in any way departing flexible provision in the house bill
from the conditions of parity, a "is in utter violation of the con-
measure of elasticity can be allow- stitution" and as citing "the story
ed so as to meet the requirements of the flexible tariff" as an "illus-
of the two nations. tration of the growth of bureau-
"We have determined that we cracy.
shall not allow technical points to "Congress started out", the quo-
override great public issues involv- tation continues, "by authorizing
ed in our being able to come to a the president, upon the ascertain-
settlement, and so soon as the ris- ment of a simple fact-to wit, the
ing of this house releases me from passage of a law in a foreign coun-!
its day-to-day work I propose to try-to put into effect certain
make this matter my chief concern rates. Congress next authorized
until an issue is reached. the president, with the aid of the
"A visit to the president of the tariff commission, to ascertain the
United States now is a subject of cost of production at home and
conversation, so that it may take abroad. Now in this bill they pro-
place when it will be most helpful pose that he shall ascertain the
to promote the cordial relations of difference in competitive condi-,
the two countries, and in particu- tions at home and abroad.
lar to advance the ends of disar- "In other words, we are now del-
mament and peace which we hold egating the full taxing power to
in common. the executive."

NEWS FROM
OTHER COLLEGES
ILLINOIS.-Summer school stu-
dents at the University of Illinois
were entertained Saturday with a
free movie and dance. The movie,
"The Declaration of Independence
and Daniel Boone," was one of a
series filmed at Yale university.
INDIANA.-Psychology of char-
acter is a new course given for the
first time on the campus by Prof.
Edgar L. Yeager, of the Psychology
department, daily at 9 a. m. The
course carries graduate credit and
is composed almost entirely of grad-
uate students. It has been given pre-
viously in the Indianapolis exten-
sion center.
IOWA-The last of the concrete
for the University of Iowa's foot-
ball stadium will be poured next

INCLUDE BRIGADE
IN RADIO SET-UP
160th Cavalry Brigade Estab'ishes
Contact in Network for Use
In Emergency Cases
(Special To The Daily)
DETROIT, Mich., July 25.-Mich-
igar. for the first time in its history
is included in a radio set-up that
is used by Cavalry Reserve Officers
throughout the country for the pur-
pose of contact. The 160th Caval-
ry Brigade, of the 65th Cavalry
Division, organizations of whicht
are located throughout Michigan,
whose: officer personnel is more
than 200 Reserve Officers have
established an army radio net for
the purpose of maintaining contact
with the various units and their
personnel.
This radio net has been estab-
lished through various station oper-
ators in every section of Michigan

second, the opportunity to continue
research on a problem on which I FOR RENT
am working which the selfregister- FOR RENT-Forest near Hill; 14
ing micro-photometer at the ob- rooms party furnished. 3 baths.
servatory here affords." Double garage. Phone 5740.
In speaking of her impressions
of Michigan Miss Farnsworth said, FOR RENT-Large one-room com-
"It is an interesting experience pletely furnished apartment for
merely to see so many people two girls or young couple. Also
earnestly interested in all posible I newly decorated double for girls.
fields, yet thrown together in the 422 E. Washington. Dial 8544 or
informality of a summer session. 9714.
Since most of my work at Chicago FOR RENT- Unfurnished apart-
university was done at the Yerkes
Observatory this contact is a new ments-upper and lower. Southeast
experience for me. 'I am enjoyingsr
knowing people as well as workingL
and having time to browse aroundLO
in the atmosphere made rich by LOST-On State street between
the various teachers gathered here Huron and M. Hut, gold pin
valued as heirloom. Reward.
Phone 21566.
MILNE DESCRIBES 1
STELLAR SPECTRA LOST-A brown notebook with im-
portant notes and two letters
i with a brown pocketbook. Re-
"Comparison Between Theoreti-I ward. Call 4918.
cal and Observed Characteristics of _.__ard._Cal_4918.
the Stellar Spectra," was the sub- LOST-Shaeffer's Life-time foun-
ject of Prof. E. A. Milne's lecture tain pen without cap. Finder
kindly telephone 8069 at 730
given for the faculty and students Arbor Street. 22, 23, 24
of the astronomy department on LOST-Dickinson's Excursions in
Monday afternoon. r Musical History. Phone 6654.
The lecture pointed out the ex- Reward. 1217 Baldwin.
planation of many observed fea-
tures of the spectrum of the stars WANTED
on the basis of mathematical and

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Sweek and the sodding of the grid- who are members of the American
iron probably will be completed by RhoRaye gers oelAmerge
Aug 1,accrdig o Rber H.ScotRadio Relay League. Colonel George
Aug. 1, according to Robert H. Scott, T. Langhorne, chief of staff of the
superintendent of the work for the Cavalry units states that it is in-
Tapager Construction company. tended to build this net so as to
INDIANA.-Dean F e r n a n d u s enable the headquarters of the
Payne, of the Graduate school and Cavalry Unites to carry on all work
head of the Zoology department, in connection with the mobilization1
will leave on his vacation Thurs-of cavalry in case of emergency.
day, accompanied by his wife and Captain Edward Jacobsen of the
son, Thomas. 319th Cavalry who is the signal of-
ficer for the Michigan Radio net is+
IOWA-Confirmation of the 162 in charge of all work and may be
appointments for the 1929-30 aca- located at 438 Book Tower, Detroit,1
demic year was made yesterday by Mich., or through Station W8CEP
the office of Pres. Walter A. Jes- owned and operated by Mr. Dallas+
sup. Wise, 9187 Falcon Ave., Detroit,I
sup._Mich. Every Monday evening be-i
INDIANA.-Prof. John Charles !tween 7 and 11 p. m., Captain Jac-
Duncan, professor of astronomy at obsen maintains contact with all
Wellesley College, Wellesley, Mass., stations and personnel throughout
I. U. alumnus and author of the the state of Michigan through the
book used in the University for as- station owned by Mr. Wise. It is'
tronomy, was in Bloomington, Sat- (the first time in the history of the I
urday. He visited the observatory. State of Michigan that the Radio
He is on his way to Mt. Wilson was used for the purpose of order-
observatory, Cal., where he is goi ing Reserve Officers to active duty
to do some photography with the this summer._
great 100 inch telescope.
SidelineChte
IOWA.-An echo of the fraternity ________e______at__
house robberies during last spring Cochet and Borotra, who will
was evidenced Saturday afternoon doubtless share both the singles
when a cache at the Iowa Union Iaddulsbre o h n
was discovered which contained and doubles burden for the Tri-
Spart of the loot. Six fountain pens;,1color, have proven themselves in-
three cigarette lighters, one pencil, I(dividually better than their Amer-
and one watch with knife attached ican opponents but the questionI
belonging to "Spike" Nelson, cap- remains whether or not they willI
tain of the 1927 football team were be able to take over the double task I
found. to the best advantage.
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physical principles.
Professor Milne of Oxford Uni-
versity used the material prepared
for the Bakerian lecture which is-
given annually in England. It was
considered quite a privilege to have
the opportunity to listen to this
address before its publication. I
Prof. R. H. Curtis, director of thej
Observatory in line with. this work
announced that Lamont Observa-
tory located in South Africa re-
ported that the total of double stars1
discovered to date has risen to 1,-
700.

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day from 1 to 3.
Want Ads Pay
TYPEWRITERS
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SUPPLIES
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JulyBrings
These Furniture
Savings
What a fortunate event for those who need furniture,
or for those who can anticipate their requirements. Once a
year-THE JULY FURNITURE SALE-really an in-
stitution in the affairs of Washtenaw county. Seventy-three
years of reliability and MACK'S standard of quality in every
piece of furniture in this sale. The sale includes nearly
everything, dining room sets, bedroom pieces, lamps, porch

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Every Afternoon and Evening
Saunders' Canoe Livery
On the Huron River at the foot of Cedar St.

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Made by Fashion Park, Charter House and
Club Clothes Tailors
In two Groups
$23.75 and $33.75
A sensational extra value feature in our sale now on. The finest
of everything in their construction. This is your oportunity in
very fine clothing.
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Our City's Foremost Clothing Store
322-3.24 So~uth Main

Fibre Chairs
Chinese fibre chairs, setees, rockers, tables at July reductions
for one-quarter off the regular prices.. A group of upholstered
fibre chairs and setees with spring cushions.. These are finished
in attractive cretons. July reductions are one-quarter off the
regular price.

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I iand cottage furniture, swings, mattresses, chairs, tables, but
j come in and review these unusual values.

Porch Swings Reduced

Sturdy porch swings finished in blue and maize that hang
on strong chains. Comfortable and easy swinging. Right now
at the height of the season for a full summer's use. Made of
hardwood. Only a limited quantity left. Complete $22.00.

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