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July 01, 1932 - Image 3

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In North Dakota
Senate Primary
FARGO, N. D., June 30.-tAP)-
Gerald P. Nye, United States sen-
ator from North Dakota, seeking re-
nomination on the republican ticket,
piled up a lead today over Gov.
George F. Shafer in returns from
Wednesday's state primary election.
Sentor Nye, who campaigned on
an anti-Hoover platform, went into
the lead at the start and held it as
additional reports came in. Gov.
Shafer pledged support to the
Hoover administration.
Returns from 282 of the state's
2,235 precincts gave Nye 19,300 and
Shafer 12,651. On the basis of these
figures, the Fargo Forum, which had
supported Shafer, said that Nye's
renomination was assured.
Two of North Dakota's Republican
incumbent representatives of Con-
gress led the field of five for the
party's two nominees for the No-
vember election.
Representatives J. H. Sinclair and
O. B. Burtness were out in front in
the congressional race, with Repre-
sentative Thomas Hall third, Wil-
liam Lemke fourth and U. L. Bur-
dick fifth. Sinclair, Burtness and
Hall now represent Congress from
this state but under the reapportion-
ment act North Dakota will have
'only two representatives in Con-
State Senator Frank H. Hyland
led William Langer and two other
candidates for the republican guber-
natorial nomination, and a proposed
initiated measure providing for a
partial five-year moratorium on
private indebtedness was running

t1ssoiated' ress rlzo
Col. Charles °A. Lindbergh"is shown here on the witness stand at
the courthouse in Flemington, N. J., when John Hughes Curtis, Nor-
folk ship builder, went on trial charged with hoaxing authorities dur-
ing the Lindbergh case. Colonel Lindbergh told of his negotiations
with Curtis.

figures! Why at Miami one year
there was no enrollment, no regis-
tration, and-not even a building !
The night before, a tornado took V
every thing the university had and
laid it in the Gulf stream."
Include. that 60-foot creek story
of Mr. Gatke in this category, too. I
An illustration showing the far-
flung atraction of the University
was told by Professor Rich. "I've
had students from every land in the a
world in my classes," he said, "ex- @
cept Australia."
"Why not offer a scholarship to
an, Australian to enroll in your Summer Term . .
class?" Mr. Daniel offered.
Now we ask, was that far above a Enroll Today!
The only recorded boner of the Typewriting, Stenotypy,
afternoon was that pulled by the Shorthand, Accounting
dusty and begrimed hero, the motor-
cycle cop who preceded us. Mr. HAMILTON
Copper'turned into Beake street on BUSINESS COLLEGE
the return from Cedar drive instead
of taking the Detroit street route, State and William Streets
and thereby uncovered to the public Phoi atne 7831
eye a yard crammed full of very
rusty Ann Arbor junk.-

Spe cial Soummer
Three Outstanding Attractions
Unprecedented Low Prices
Hon. Smith W. rookhart vs. Hon Hamilton Fish, Jr.
Monday, July 11 8:15 P. M.
Shall The United States
Recognize Soviet Russia?
The speakers have agreed to answer questions from the
audience at the conclusion of the debate.
"My 24 Years of Arctk
Commander Daoiaid B. McMilIan
Monday, July 25 8:15 P. M.
The Motion Pictures accompanying his lecture are unusual.
"The Head-Takers of
Captain Carl Von Hoffman
Monday, August 8 8:15 P. M.
with Motion Pictures that are intensely interesting and unique.
Main floor $2.00, Balcony $1.,25 (no tax)
Main floor 75c . .. Balcony 50c (no tax)

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