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Iks 4DAv, JANUARY. 27,-1927

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ADDOD MAN G[IS, Smith, Center OfContest In Seate.
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A A H U V UHAVLHY
Pat f i Iih'{Yad EnYgine At
Hollani 4lour Years Ago)

WINS CAR GIE MEDAL
One of t w IMn higa n men and only
26 others liroug hout the iluited
States ci,& repeiv- the Carnegie Hero
a ward at the-,annual meeting orf the
t'iCanegV 11(7o0Fund commission in;
Pittsunrgh y,,terday, r~edmond 2M.
Burri, 43, of f320 S. 5th avenue, has been
cited for bravory by the commission,
m~ore than four years since the inci-
dent which b~roughlt him the bronze
medal.
Burr, who is chairman of the Order
of Railroadl Telegraphers, saved Wil-
1ami Weed, 71-year-old farm hand,
fromt instant death underneath the1
wheels of a locomotive on Sept. 23,
1922, att the Holland, M~ich.; railroad
stat~ion.
According to a member of the fami-
ly, Weed was engaged in watching the
antics of several trained show dogs
locked in crates on one of the sta-
tion's express trucks; the vehicle had
already~ been wheeled to the side of
the track for loading. Burr, who was
looking at. the. kdogs at the same time,
discovered tha3t the old man, was al-I
most st o l l .
A (ew miome nts later Mr. Bunrr en-
tererl the station andl remained there
until he heard the :oncoming train,
whiich he intended to board. Leaving
the station he discovered Weed stand-
ing at the same place where he had,
left him3, less than a foot from -the
tracl_ on which the train was ap-
proachizg. at.~ about a speed of 15I
miles an hour.
With the locomotive but a few inchesfrmhBurelzn eni o
be unaware of his danger, leaped,
across, although 12 feet away from
him and on the other side of the
track, and pushed him backwards onto
the truck. The sides or the oncoming
trai~n just grazed the two men as
they landed.
Burr's action was reported to the
Carnegie commission by the stationI
agna spectator of the incident, andI
after four ye7ars, he has received
recogniti6ofi his bravery.
The other Michigan man, 24-year-
old ~Owosso resident, saved a child
from~ drowning.; Although his right
hand was badly crippled, Walter J..
Brockmiler, the rescuer, jumped 18

STU EN~7 TS JUDGE several hundred Iowa freshmen.
' E , 9 "The lists of best teachers,'" ac-
EST TE CHER, cording to Prof. Knight, "include both
men and women, old and young, Qx-
IOWA CITY, Ia., Jan. 26.-School perienced and otherwise."
teachers may sometimes be able tol
fool the school board as to their qualil- MEXICO CITY.-The department of.
fications but they never can hoodwink; the interior says alleged Communists
pupils. says Frederick B. Knight, pro- have been active here several months
fessor of education and psychology at; gathering false evidence in an effort
the University of Iowa. Fairness, cons-! to demonstrate that Communism is
trol, humor, personal interest in the I widespread in Mexico.
pupil and mastery of the subject make
a good teacher, is the expression of Subscribe for The Michigan Daiy
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F"rank L. Smnhh i, .epul i an, :;ena Ior-elect from lno1,0 has becomne
tile cehter of 0o1e of the tens;-st cons ta.,tieonal imtf- t V ie B~United States
Senate in year,,. Smi th Nvi-j .appoint ed by Gov. SIlnaK11 to fill ;he un1expired
term o2, the late Senator Wil]iam Bf. ~Jc(Kilnloy. uit, I cl'owi 1n in1vestiga-
tion l last summier into pri-maryt' m og fund I, by a Cummlittee of which
Senator James A. Recd of isfsouri i s chafh'mrai, opposition to the seating
of Sm th developed in the Senate. Photo shoe=, Smith conferring with
Senator Charles S. Deneenl of Illnois3, who >rCsct!d Smith's crnedCentials5.i
Smith is on right.

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