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May 24, 1924 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY: SATURDA

INVESTIGATION ON
OF MEANS' GHAR6
Senate Committee Hears Accusat
Of Spy Work Within Own
Proceedings
LOSS OF ,PAPERS CLAIMED
BY DEFEX1IET 1W C
Washington, DC., May 23, (By.A
-Between rankling exchange of t
and jibs, which involyed sena
lawyers, and witnesses, the: Daugh
investigating committee, inquired
lay into the status of the federal1
secution against Gaston B. Me
its star . informant, and heatedly:
bated charges of spy work on
own proceedings.
Once or twice the capital p
quieted the audience over excited
the continued outbreaks before it,
at the end the guards intervene
stop an altercation between pr
pals, for even the adjournment
til Monday did not entirely abate
fighting spirit.
Hiram C. Tobb assistant atto
general in charge of the prosecu
against Means in New York, des
turmoil and attack, told his senate
interrogators that Meanshwas a c
and that he could "nail him" be
of the "fairy tales about the los
his papers," referring to the di
pearance of the detective's rec
desired by the committee.
As he warmed up to his wor
told the committee it was engage
"protecting Means," and drev
double fBare back, being charged
"giving immunity to bootleggers,
order to obtain the indictmen
Means, and over his own denial,
with some documentary evidencef
the committee, was also charged
seeking a special judge-John M.
lits of Toledo, Ohio, to try Mean
ACUUM STET EN
IS PROVnG SU vcESS
Ann Arbor's new $9,860 vac

Lib aryBo ks ueare three more sections following this d
ILibrary Books Due irwilbpadytha-
4ROID FOR first one. I
I s By Monday June 2N All expenses will be paid y the as-
sociation, the ,laundry being included.
Announcement has beenwade by Us0[01H ARIORMPrTh2 boys are expected to take charge
Ar. nement sbeen dby , lbraof one of the tents at the camp, and
Mr.W.A. Bishop, librarian of the to assume direction of one of the
general library to the effect that all Students who care-to act as leaders camp departnients. Reimann desires
ions books must be returned to the attend' at the University of. Michigan Fresh Ito make clear the fact that no camp
ants in charge before the closing time Air camp of the S. C. A. are needed experience is necessary, as the Fresh
at once, according to a recent state- 1 Air camp work is unique, and full in-
on Mandlay, June 2. struction will be given.
While it will he possible during the ment by Lewis C. ReimannIS, who
~SEweek of examination to secure booksi is to have charge of the institution
ASL wr fome study, this-privilege, vill be for the coming summer. As a ruleG
tnded,-only to those Who will be there are more applicants than thereT
) to sho that it is necessary that are positions, and Reimann slates that
they be allowed to take books out. All as the success of the camp depends.,
tors, students will, however, have access largely upon the leadership, -he is 'ex- I
prty to' books but for use in the library I tremely anxious to secure the best 1
t toItype of student for the purpose.
pro 'Two junior medics are needed for William F. Gerhardt, 17E, holder of
ans, the duration of the entire summer to the degree of batchelor, and that of
de- have charge of all medicine practicerI master in aeronautical engineering
iits PIONIIB ((VIaL the camp, and to take care Of the!adwowl egane h ereo
I usual minor injuries which are alwy and who will be granted the degree of
olice ANlikely to be present. One student is of doctor by the University in June,
d y 0 needed to act as director of athletics, ' has been approved by the Regents to
and and one to have charge of the Boy take the head of the aeronautical engi-
d to Scout activities. There is ,also a neering department next year, it was
nci- All Lutherans on the campus are position open for one truckdriver, announced yesterday by Prof. R. W.
un being invited to a banquet at the par- which has a slight remuneration. In Pawlowski, head of that department
the all eight men are needed for the sum- at the present time.
next Sunday night at six o'clock. This mer season, the first section beginn- Professor Pawlowski has recently
banquet is complimentary to all Luth- I:ing June 23, and ending July 3. There been granted a leave of absence from
rney eran students and is being given by ain°
t the ladies of the church in honor of
spite Lutheran seniors.
orial George N. Welsh, '24L, will act as I
rook toastinaster. Seniors, who 'will re- +II
ause spond to toasts are; Harold K. Latta,
s of '24, retiring president of the Lutheran _
isap- Student club; F. Charles Wilkening'
ords '24; Louis M. Dyll, '24L; Gertrude FeI
gel, '24; Esther Barth, '24. Harry. e
k he Mitchell, '25, president-elect of the'
d ill= Lutheran Student club will also speak.! our Years of Sermce 10
wi a Special music has also been arranged.,
with The address of the evening will be
,'gS delivered by R .ud
t of Lutheran Student Pastor. Mr. Wall
but ick is leaving. Ann Arbor at the close
from o fthe present school year. Have given us the rePtitation we
with Lutherans who expect to attend this desitea
Kil- banquet are asked to . leave their We intend upholding that reputa-
ns. names at Lane Hall before Saturday
noon. by Regoovo .fooWs.c
Coire in and try one of our steak
MANY lCLSSES AANGE
FUL l
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the University for the year 1924-25 to
travel in Europe. He plans to visit
England,France, Italy, Poland, his na-
tive country, and perhaps Germany.
The new head of the department is,
at present at McCook field, Ohio, and
is one of the directors of that field
for the United States.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

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Take a rememnbrance of Michigan
home with you
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- Spring:is the time to get your

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STRAWBERRY SHQRTCAKE
FRIED EGG SANDWICH

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MALTED MILK

friends together for

a group

Anything you want in Fountain
Refreshments or a light lunch.
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ESTABLISHED 1905

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street cleaner is thus far operating More than thirty-five classes are
with considerable success according 1 planning reunions in Ann Arbor in
to Fred J. Rentschler, of the board June, with every indication that all
of publi works. The machine, which previous reunion records will be brok-
has just been purchased from 'the But- en, according to the Michigan Alumnus
lcr company, of Cleveland, to replace placed on sale yesterday. June 13
the old brush machine and brush men, and 14 are the'days set for the meet-
night before payment is made on it. iugs.
This new cleaner loosens all dirt . An article on the late Dr. William
will be tested until next Saturday James eal, '59, the oldest graduate
and dust with brushes, the debris then of the University, and a summary of
being drawn up by vacuum. A five- the work accomplished in..the. Wo-
foot swath is taken. Though the ma- man's League drive are features of
chine does not operate as: fast as the the 'Assue. A' vivo-page: view of the
old type it never the less does better campus and the Huron river valley
work and obviates the necessity of taken from an'airplane, showing the
men following to clean the gutters. location of the buildings now undel-
Ann Arbor is one of the first cities construction, adds to the appearance
where it is being tried out. of the magazine.

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Tuesday, y 7th1
Rain, Snow, Sleet, Ice,
Hail, Clouds
Spend the Evening at
HILL AUDITORIUM
The River Won't Be SafeI
I Ban Bun"ce I,
Tickets at Wahr's, Slater's and Graham's
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"THE DAWN OF

A TOMORROW"

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There's a sportive fever everywhere, evident on home verandas, in classes,
and 'on campus. Vacation days are nearly here and creeping in amidst
thoughts of finals are plans for those glorious days that will so soon claim
feminine atteption. And so the newest and "smartest of summer costumes for
vacation lands are assembled for your choice.

JACQUELINE LOGAN"
DAVID TORRENCE
RAYMOND GRIFFITH
OTHER BIG FEATURES

_MA'I NEES

NiGHTS
CHAUNCEY
GRAY'S
ORCHESTRA

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PHELPS With

Treedom Frocks
for Outdoor Qames
Given a slick golf course and provided-
with numerous jaunty "boy" dresses, who
wouldn't win game after game of golf.
Count on the Tub silks to make you
look your perkiest all through summer
and surely you Will play a skillful game.
Priced $19.75 and up.p

Filmy Gowns
for Social Functions
Wearing a filmy gown of pastel voile
beautifully adorned with hand-drawn
work, what girl will not score a suc-
cess at the most fashionable dance or
Mah Jongg party? Sheer and dainty
enough for summer yet lovely enough
for social functions such frocks cost
$15.00 and up.

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Other

Chinese and American
Restaurant

When you are preparing
for a trip
You are sometimes bewild-
ered with your packing prob-
lems. Probably it is your
bag or suitcase. We are al-
ways anxious to talk these
things over with you. Come
in any time.

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