THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 14)2:
THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. APRIL 21. 1925
ON MURDER csE'
Shows Probihlity That John Baer
Met Violent, or U[nnaral
QUESTION' SIX PERSONS
That John Bauer, who was found
dead 'Sunday morning, April 12, in a
barn on the George -Mike farm, North-
field township, may have died a vio-
lent or at least unnatural death,
seemedl proba ble yesterday, following
a rep~ort made by Dr. C. V. Weller, of,
the University medical school, to the
effect that bruises on the dead man's
n1eck wer~e inflicted within an hour Of
death. Microscoprix examination of
tissue taken from Baer's neck was
mnade by Dr. Weller, at the request
of county ando state officials, after
Ann Arbor relatives of Baer stated
that they hrad seen' marks on Baer's
neck before his trip to the Mike farm
An autopsy made last week, upon
request of the coroner, revealed that
death had resulted from asphyxiation
by strangulation, a. broken heck, andl
,a . torn spinal t'~prd, although it was
at first believed that he had (ied o
A secret "grand jury" examination
of' six persons known to have been in
John Bauer's company Saturday
ight was conducted by Prosecuting,
Attorney William M. Laird, officer;
from the state department of public
safety, and J1u sti c Andrew E. Gibson
but none of the information gained
A lttio ugh no in formation could be
had from any of the officers yester-
day, it is assured that they will con-
1 inue their investigations, possibly at
the county jail, in an attempt to
solve the mystery. The report thatI
the bruises seen on Baer's neck, and
which may have been caused by fin
gers or knuckles, had been inflicted
shortly prior to his death had con-
vincedl officials that death was dun, to
unnatural causes; and a statememt
inade by Prosecutor Laird indicate,
that every possible influence will be
exerted to run d Fown the person or
'William Bauer, brother of the dead
man, who is said to have slept with
him on a pile of hay in the Mike
barn Saturday night, declined to sub-1
mit to questioninlg by the officers'
without a subpoena being served on
Rome, April 20.-More than 400,-1
000 foreigners have entered Italy dur-I
ing last two weeks, according to of-!
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GARI CK~J~1 Wed. Mat. - 50c to $2.00
Sat. Mat. - 50c to $2,00
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LEARNUSE OF DIASjt
In an effort to avoid inconveniencesI
when the old telephone system is dis-I
cardled for the new dial systemi, he
Michigan Pell telephone c ompany"
urges it~s subsciblers to hecomej
acquainited with the new exchange
before tl. c'cut-over is effected. Dem-
onistrationi equipment has lbeer, placed-
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Williams street and on the first floor
of the building on the northwest cor-
ner o1 Liberty and State streets.
Tfhe latter dlemonstration booth ha.s
becen placed especially to allow
studlents, faculty members, and
others connected with thle University;
to becom e acquaintedl withI the dial.
The comp~any has also sent out em-
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uise of the dial.
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Fcr a delicious Barbecue Saidwich. Iii the
hurry an d bustle ©f the first few days ca1
school you 'll appreciate such a luncheon*--
i ~also the. quick service.
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Braving the fires of ternptation is v o Q uarantine!
Bulaldwin Locomotive rWorks, who bell Quarantine on all dogs in the
$10,O0t in May, 124, that hie wouldn 't townships( aeNrhllSpr
ioi°. Ann Arbor, Pittsfield, Y inilant.
take a drink for a ycear. With two York, and Augusta has recently been
months to go, lie is vacatioining in ordered 1)b' the burecau of animal has -
Bc rmuda, where it would otn ly cost:: handry. 'iblis act ion followed the (hs-
him $1 0,000.25 to "l-a cnie1."'' overy dta ado.-,affected Nwitb rab-
ies has been runniing loo.,w in soie
Moscow, Anril 20.~---- ILeon Trotzlcy oa the above districts, and is said 1.o
soon may ret urn to political life it is have bitten (certaii person s and live
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Special Educational Tour, under auspices of New York
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