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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
The News Of The World As Illustrated In Associated .press Pictures
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NWEDNESDAY, AU(

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WANTED TO BUY MEN'S OLD AND
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In this Associated Press picture is shown part of the Havana mob which participated in wild dis-
orders during the political upheaval which saw President Machado flee the country. The crowd is shown
in front of the newspaper Herald de Cuba, an unoffi 2ial Machado organ whose property was destroyed.

N.R.A.- Canadian Style
FORTE ERIE, Ont., xAug. 15.-(P)
-Harry Rush, who works at the Fort
Erie Race Track, was baffled when
a girl from the United States said
to him, "Oh, I'm so glad you have
adopted President Roosevelt's poli-
cies in Canada. I'm going to tell
all the folks back home."
Rush couldn't figure it out, but
one of his friends solved the mys-
tery by pointing to the "N.R.A." on
Rush's cap.
It means "Niagara Racing Associa-
tion."

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Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theatre
Euripedes'
sTonight 8:30 P.M.
Last Time

Machine guns of this type were among the weapons used to pre-
vent outbreaks during the tense situation in Havana, as Cuba' moved
toward a settlement of its latest political storm.
United States And Britain Ready
For Discussion On War Debts

1111

Adnssion 75c, 50c, 35c

Phone 6300
For Reservations

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WASHINGTON, Aug. 15.-()-The
perplexing war debt problem rose
again today before the Roosevelt ad-
ministration in officiel word that
preliminary discussions on the sub-
ject would begin with the British
early in October.
With another payment of $127,-
670,765 due from Great Britain Dec.
15, Secretary of State Cordell Hull
anounced that Sir Frederick Leith-
ross, chief economic advisor to the
British government, would come to
Washington about Oct. 1 to discuss
the obligation.
Of the payment due in December,
$85,950,000 is, for interest and $41,-
720,765 is principal. Great Britain
made a partial advance of $10,000,000
in silver on its ,$75,950,000 install-
ment last June, but prior to that
had paid in full.
Great Britain will probably be the
first of the European debtors to
negotiate'for revision of the agree-
ments under which they are obli-
gated to pay the United States more
than eleven billion dollars.
Britain's total obligation to the
United States under its funding
agreement is about four and a half

billion dollars and it has paid in ex-
cess of two billion dollars.
Great Britain and other powers
which made partial payments on
their installments last June renewed
their plea for revision of their agree-
ment and asked for further oppor-
tunity to explain the impossibility of
meeting their obligations under pres-
ent economic conditions.
The debtor nations wrote down the
amount of reparations they were
claiming from Germany by 90 per
cent on condition that the United
States revise its claims against them.
A PENNY A DAY
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 15.--()-
Thomas Laughran produced a sock
and poured 3,000 coins on the desk
of Miss Emolyn Robert, secretary of
the Golden Gate Junior College, to'
pay his entrance fee. He saved the
pennies during his high school days.
ELECTRIC TRAINS NEEDED
LONDON--(P)-Fifty-two per cent
of Britain's forest fires in the year
ended Sept. 30, 1932, are attributed
by the forestry commission to sparks
from railway engines.

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CIVIIOZATION i HAS ' CONQUEREBD
strange lands to their farthest out-
posts. Vision has served to remove
all barriers between East and West,
North and South. Service has
opened the paths of communicaion
which stretch into the wide spaces
of the world to imbue people ,ith'
the spirit of fellowship.
; yOU THINK of East and 'Wes
North 'and South now only as di-
rections. jThrough its networkP of
wires The Associated Press-i&
.made distance inconsiderabLe.

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