100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

November 06, 1929 - Image 2

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1929-11-06

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE-MICHIGAN

DAILY

'WEDNESDAY,-NOV. 57-1929

Bowles SIi1~s Behind jrflhiD Mt YIPftuI~ flW

TOWS CRIPPLED GEAT LAKES FREIGHTER 'Afh~~ ~lIf
INTO HARBOR COLLO WING CRASH WITH STEAMERdWILILII~L
7.'BY SECRET TREATY1
1-lad Alliance Been Kiiown, I
... ~South M~anchuria Would
... j ILive Been Annexed.
:, I WEN ZSSA, C IN

ire Mayoralty VoteiJI- NVIAISIdoil
INPLAiNE AHE

0

I !

, -" N ON0 f a x F u ned Eleve n, r
Yeai Ag#q by niver!.ty
.. . ( Fonv .. t:.on: of..the..Uni......s...y:. .. ":::.. ............ . .:. .:.x.. .'.. . .....v.v. ."::.. ....:,v::::.:.}"L;:{:"".. . . . . . . . . . . . .:: . . . . . ..: r.
Press. CInb of Michigan tohbe held . ... . . .. . . .. ...' a PkuPiaI
Thursday, Friday, and Satu.irday of 'bGrIppLed ]in a crashi in which seven men were known to have lost their .lives, the freighter- Marqurette :
this week at t~he Union according to (is .shw~lriaove beink; towed into the harbor at Milwaukee. Thje crumpled bow -of the MVarquectte is shown
TProf. John L. of the de- Xn the picture. Th meW1who lost their live~s were all members of the crew of the Steamer Senator, the
partmnent oif J urnlim h or other ship, wiitlh gaik, fimmediatelyate the collision. The crash was caused by a fog.-___
nalism. department of the CUniver--r-
sity and :the, Stu dent, Press club If_,11, R" 7rAMechanwal Engt 'neerng Museum Head Obtains
are mnaking arrangements for the Wilo
me.ng.it U y JIJI1Ll nerestlng Exhibit of Automoble Motor Types
The convention v111 be addle ssd INS'i ~
by several outsItaingirt mene i.,,the lifi j PrI. Wi. E.-Lay, 'of the rnechani- are to rye set in operation ,as soon
journalistic field. Louis Wiley ofliY l cal engineering, department be- as they, can be removed from the
theNew York Times, will repres,,ent - lieves that an automotivemsu rts hc iei sytu-
the- East and George F. Milt.onl, of , is. every bit as important and valu- known.
the Chattanooga News, thce Soo.th,1ittnirgh j)a1i4 W. Virginia Lmres~ ableas an array of cases filled with , An~other feature of the museum-r is
Grove Patterson Of the Tole,-.o Bought by. Peli isylcv.-i a specimens of butterflies and beet-! a comprehensive :tssortrmernt o
Blade; W. S. Gilmore, ci1 th= lo s. (lots. So he has encouraged the col- carburetors r enresecnting the efforts
t;i NeslneentrAcf.Vi ~'t(ion of various types of motors,! of several prominent manufactur-I
denberg, formecrly of th rand !a numrber of them very early de- " ocrs uh a oly
i~apids Hral * illouc uon h ~ ~Q~~eI1I igs and has the Automotive Ia- 9chebler, Johnson, Marvel, and
problemrs of a locali character, whilejl l w' Q, I, ov. 5 -The New; boratory filled. with interesting ex- Stromberg. The oldest o1 these is l
Charles B. Driscoll, of 0-h0 Mc-Y: ie oa ~sta h iis.aSimegwih~i~. akt
Naught Newspaper Syndicate, N. Pennroadcorpocr1,ationy an invt- TedplyoFrninmts192
Y;, will address the body of press!
men and students from ia universi mert company formed last Aril is. quite complete in itself: There Adjoining the exh~ibit rooinl is the
viewpoint. by the interests that control th~e are models for the year 1908, 1911, actual laboratory where the ex-
Louis Wiley has been Businesis Pennsylvania railroad, has bought 1915,resan1925,tatnd the foda perimnental work is carried on .It
intresingillstrtio ofthepro-f is likewise most overcrowded, rnak-
Manager' of the New York Times, control of the Pittsburgh & West gress and advancement that has in'oki hsdeatetrte
since- 1896. He is a member of the g-igwrints eatir# ahr
Executive Committee of the League Virginia railway, key line to east- been made in the automobile world. difficult at 'times.
ofNtosNnPatsnasca emn railroad consolidation.4 Professor Lay is especially proud'
Lion, and the Council on Foreign. Thits was acquired by purchase.; o the 1.908 model, and believes that
Relations. Besides being honored of the holdings o~f Frank E. and telime it will be worth i great Polish Party Leade
by; the Legion d'honneur of F'rance- Charles F. 'Taplin, chairman and deale-orDit'.t
hie was received numerous other der,; general counsel, respectively, of the Besides the automobile engines A reOlDe pnn
crtosand tributes of esteemWs Vriiara. h{ea a there are a, number of airplane
cWestioisrernplants.Therehareewo French1(Iy.\ ih'
from nations throughout the world., financed by a recent X50,000,00 owe lit.TeeaetoFec
He will speak Friday evening at! stock offering in the form of votindg: models: a Gnome Rotary motor'I WARSAW, Polatid, Nov. .-~
the annual' Press Club banquet. truit certificates to stockholders )and Le Rhone; and American Hall Leaders of f)air tic5s in the diet, ex--
George F. Milton is to lecture Fri- ofth corporation. Sot ecds emnmle cept the government bloc, today,
day 'afternoon on "Making News of Teecag fcnrl co and a huge Libertyr motor. i artssindcddt c
Teecagofcnrlaco- in a sbig prsbsemn thatdthetmech-
Interest Interesting," He is.M'41n- puished with the greatest secrecy, an icalpengineeringtdeparmethas cept the reopening of the diet to-.
wging editor of the Chattanooga throwns an entirely new and unex- nelegneigdprmn a
paper, and was the National Pub- petde!etitotepaso to face is that of providing suffi-I morrow as agreed upon yesterdlay;
licity Director of \Viliiami G. M-, the Chesapeake & Ohio and the cn omfral hi aeilbten Seke1asnk n
Adools presidential campaign. Baltimore & Ohio railroads, which ; Ih ey have at the present time President Mosciki.
Charles B. Driscoll is the author of o ppose the Pennsylvania in the eight airplane motors still in their Speaker Das inski's irefualj to
"PrtsAhoy!" and the Executive eastern consolidation contest. crates, wiig to be un'packed, and attend a confe rence in which
"ditrfte ~ uh ydct" r h .O n h 3 from appearances they will not beMaslPltdkjw ldpri-
editor ofthetM~urne frm Syndt.Both h .& .an h .&0 opened for sime time. These mo- MrhlP',tdliwudpitci
I~ a utrtre rmEgadnamed the Pitts& burgh & West Vii- patedealterfo Pesen.
and Ireland where lhe has been col-, 1 ei cnsfriegdsstors were purchased for experi-, M drew a letermifgrom Pre sidn
liecting nmyths, legends, sand nyster-y f4i mental purposes. All of them are itdcudolbe onird
stories in. pre paration for abo teis filed early this year with the; in perfect running condition and (aarueculd oi lhi e part. t clereup
whcleisaottowie interistate comm~rce commission. (a I~fia n1 ~ylrr ~iclaru
.wihh saott rt.--tThey asked that they be permitted : last T1hursday's inicidteit.
"The Press and International Re- ('to share control of the road equal- Eruption KIlls Twenty -----
latons," by Prof. Jesse S. Reeves, ly ihteNwYr eta. Iin -te al-Vllge
of the Political Science: department Since its organizalioe I
and "The Tax Situation in. Michi- Sneit r nzto~, the Penn-N
gan," by Prof. I. L. Caverly will$road0(o0porain asirsgpent er-out3y Associated Press)
feature Friday afternoon. Fielding$4,0000i aqiigrpr
TI, Yost, director of Intercollegiate ties valuable to the Pennsylvania GUATEMALA CITY, Guatemala -
Althletics° and Coach flrr i-ikerailrod h mortaceo the P., Nov. 4. - Twet ty persons were ofi-
wil~l speak Friday evening. .V.le i h atta ihcal reportedi today to have been
U#vrsl teWheeling Almi and o h rv~si~ arln therWestern killed in an eruiijo i of the volcanot
All meb e ms o~~rup1l fa cii Y~t~ MaryI -an d it paovcennection1. oSanta Maria, 70 miles northwes. t

KYOTO, Japt'an, Nov. 5.--Y'osuke
NT a nl 4 , un° 11til 'recently v'ice-pros- "
iden t of the 'outh ManchurianY
raftway, told the roundtable of the
! risltitute of Pacific Relations today
that if Japan had known at the1
end~c of thle Rus sian war in 1906 that
a secreltaliance againstii Japan then
existed be-tween China and Russia,
shewol have annexed all of
so, uth Ti nphu ii and tod4ay the,
I ou 41 vManchurian question be-
t woen J p anan au China would be:
Thecon~lfe-rence M~onday opened !C~lsW ols
a dro-,ci~y.deateznth Mach- Former recorder's court judge
nanquetio. Te res wa ba- who was runn'Ing behind in the
red froml the sessions.; contest for mayor of Detroit after
Mtsuoka',, speech was plani-ed the returns of a quarter of the pre-
as a refutation of the allegations of I cincts had been counted.
several Chinese speakers that Ja,-
pan had exacted too high a pricee
f or maintenance of order ad pro-1Dean Griffin Leaves
m aotion of prosperity in ]Manchuria.
Thie delegates applauded Matsuo- for Food Prodders'
ka's speech heartily. Matsuoka as-
serted the alliance against Japan Meeting~ atCail
was negotiated in 1896 and was un-
known in Japan until the Washing-
ton conference, but that it was now Clare E. Griffin, dean of the
public knowledge. He declared Ja- school of business administration,
pan. negotiated the settlement of Ileft Ann Arbor yesterday for Wash-
the south Manchurian situation I ington, D. C., where he will attend
with China after the Russian-Ja- the annual convention of the As-
panese war, assuming that China sociated Grocery Manufacturers of
had been neutral and that Japan America.
was defending Manchuria against Dean Griffin will attend all the
Russia on China's behalf, so that meetings of the conference, which
Manchuria could be restored to begins today and lasts through Fri-
Chinese sovereignty, day evening, at the Mayflower Ho-
tel. This afternoon Dean Griffin
Matsuoka said the Russian war will address a round table discus-
cost Japan 200,000 lives and two sion group in "Concentration in
billion yen, on which Japan still1 Grocery Distribution."

Bad Weather Is Given -is Case
I f Capita City MIl
Plax'r'eck.
Pi ANI7' WAS LOST IN FOG
STOLU CA, Moxicot', Nov. 5-13odies
of lour men twere here-ttoday aw'ait-
ing claimants atr crash of the
Mexico City-Ja ure' i. moi plane ear -
The fouwr mnIwereP:
M~anlue' 'l ari, goverinr of the
Jo.hn };'icalldot of the
p1 am e.
iRobert G. Lowry, 40, traffic sup-
erii'tendeiit of the air- line, the Cor-
poracion Aeroniauticaa de Transpor-
tes, formerly of Fort WNorth, Texas.
1The four. men left Valbuena Air-
drome, Mexico City, in a single-
motoe cabin ship at 6:30 a. m.
Monday, apparently crashing' a half
t hour or sd later at Pena del Monte
ranch, near Villa Carbon, in the
mountainous country on the rim of
the valley of Mexico.
The plane was destroyed. Posi-
tion of the bodies indicated all had
died instantly. Cause of the crash
was undetermined but airways of-
ficials said exoeptionally bad flying
weather prevailed, with heavy fog,
and believed possibly the craft lost,
its way in the mist.
Persons discovering the wrecked
airplane learned the identity of the
four men only through. the papers
found in pockets of their clothqs.
ZUEPPELIN GxROUNI)MAN HURT.
i ~(y Associated Press
FRIE~tDRICHSHAP'IN. --A mem-
ber of the landing crew bringing;
the dirigible Graf Zeppelin to
earth Monday was badly hurt
1 when the stern of the airship,
j whifch had unloaded a good deal
Iof ballast, suddenly swung, into the
air while grounidmen wer(, hanging
to a motor gondola.

{
t

}

I
.
I
ij
I

1

is payig.
"Is China prepared to repay any
piart of thaU two. billion J gn" Mat-
suoka asked. "What Japan has re-
ceived from China. for saving Man-
churia from Russia is, zero minus
two billion yen. Is that price too
high"
PRINCE Or, WALES PLA NS
){JTrjIJp TRItP +0 oAFRICA
( By lAtiscciatwd I'ess)

i
kl

Dean. Griffin will return Friday.
No other members of the faculty
are attending the convention.
Enldnd"3Canada Plan1
Atlantic Air Routle
(13y Associated Press)
PRINCE ALBERT, Sask., Nov. 4.-
Premier MacKenzie King today
disclosed that negotiations are un-
der way with a firm in England
looking Toward establishment of an
air route between Great Britain
and Canada..
The proposed route, the premier
said, is across the lower portion of
Greenland, North L.abrador and
Hudson Bay, probably ending at
Winnipeg.

i,
"!i
r
,,
r
t

_ a

Detropt Theatres

-

i

i

L.ONDONfr, Nov. 5.--(Tuesday)-
The mining papers say that the
Prince of Wales is planning to re-
tuirn to Africa to Complete the tour
which was so suddenly interrupted
last year by the serious illness of
fing Ceorge.,

1

LAFAYETTE
WILLIAM
HODGE
America's Inimnitable Star
In a Nlew" Play
"HOMICIDE"'
Nights: 500 to $2.50
Matinees: Thuirsday 50c to $1.50.
Saturday 50c to $2.00t

i

r



mumilsomm"IR
sommommuslow

P.rofes sor Yost are to} rcceive con- 'I
pli nentary adissx ion ,t the 3 rm. Icwhe lnew 1move of the Penn-.
ar°d.-ichigan. P; ,me :,11A tqd pft- roadl ecoira tion is looked iupon a
ernon.+ a blow direct;ly at the Vanl Sweini-
___________gen brother~s, 11), 15poited out tlhat
DEMCR.TC ENAORLADSI the. Tapalins have obstrucited the
H.0OVER's. Fik)iiM PROp()54jmerger Plans of the Vain Sweringen
_ -' brothers in- the past. Th-ey filed
(By A. sociafed Press}j protest agahfist the m3erger p7ro-
LITLN.,i ROCK, A',Rk 1I., Nov. 4.fPosals of bot h 1theC & 0. andc the!
President Iloover':s wi.sdom an d
sympathy iii carryingout the
flood' control 1proram fi or the '
Misissppivalley, was Praised byF
S3enator Joe P. 1MLPoi, of .Ar

of }umalay, Ciityyedy
1The erulptilor, whiec a-used ex-
tensive property damage in. the me-
gIio-1 of the volcanjo, continued to-m
dlay but with idiiiisl iii violence,
A new crater has been formed.
Authorities, of the department: of
Quezal ten ango, leave appealed for
aid and relief" trains have been
! mnade up hurriedly for the stricken
axea.
A. Good .-DePti oit
Hotel
-RWgIt downiownf-lose to All
(f iroK()1suaf'iYviiieC ith a&
clibljIle atmosphere. Best '
cif a!]-ihie rtes, are I"w.

~;
G "". 2
. "..
°'t
j,
+ " /

vi

TOASTED
SANDWICHES
LIGHT LUNCHES
/e parry the mo
isle d line- ofCandii
in Ainn Arbor
IEr-Y ROSS.
GILBERTS
J014STON

leg.

-'.
1 "%" f
%>; '

j

THt F ETSY R OSS

CLEANEDAND PRESE
CLLED, FOR AND" DELIVERED
Other Prices Are All
Prowwtionately Low
Consider These Fact's
FJHERE are nro lower prices for dry cleaning in'
Ann Arbor 'than ours. But, dorA jump to hasty
conclusions.
No matter how much you pay (or how little)
you, simply cannot find better work than White Swan's.
In the first place, no one but White Swan has the
Filter-Vac system to redistill cleaning fluid. No one
but White Swan has such a battery of "rosperity"
r-shaping presses. Garments when pressed in- these
reshaping presses take, on the same lines as when you
bought theme.

Ipc'
FA

"Wom
aoc a

rf Ke p y" on the all-talking
The merryN
their romance of
daughters who
= re'ers!Youlth!I
Laj1ht r

WilliumG. Leie, Manage~r
Coizmhia at John RI
ur IMine Awa~y Froim Horne"
screen!
lugents in
marriaigable
wdnrte I ca-
Love! And
..Yr
A
I/

-moommaw wbmwwm m polm -

SHOP
13-4 5~ Nickels Arcade

Hear

See!

ie

- ~. STARTING TODAY
The Living Screen Presents

Brinettes

Are Different..

--
,
'

.

Lower ins price :
one -trial will prove.

XTh0

m

Yes-I But rihr nquly~

14 1

'TH
A\ CDrauu

And -You'll
Agree<

L

-k DISCOUNT
ON LAUNDRY,
/ "Cash and Carry"'

IA

Open to 8oP NI

Y,

I

_NL

_

11

F

With tlltf;c 1cs it I:xvutItt,

"A t51cmde will soon foratf.

I xrt

I ' ikinie wll oon40ret-.in11I

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan