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CONVICT CUNFESSES CHERRY GARDEN HOUSE IN BASLE K OEE
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r p TRANSPORTATION LIBRARY IS NOW THREE LEAVE FOR
PLACED AS ONEOF BEST IN LAND SCIENCE MEETING
IN OARHINS ROBBERY
Fight Waged by California and
Wyoming for Custody
PAWNEE, Okla., Dec. 3.-Confes-
sions by Tom Vernon, one-time
rodeo rider, railroad fireman andj
convict, that he derailed a South-
ern Pacific passenger train near
Saugus, Calif., and, single-handed,
robbed passengers in genuine dime
novel fa'shion, is not expected to1
avert a battle between Wyoming
and California for his custody.
Vernon, arrested here Sunday1
night, also is charged with the rob-
bery of a passenger on a Union Pa-
cific train near Cheyenne, Wyo., a,
week ago, and Wyoming officers
who have aided in questioning Ver-
non have indicated his confession
will have no effect on their -efforts
to return him to Wyoming for pros-
Allen N. Jones, Pawnee county
sheriff of Los Angeles, and Sheriffj
G. H. Romsa of Cheyene, after
Vernon had been informed his pho-
tographs were identitfied by pas-!
sengers of both trains, subjected!
...I"The Transportation Library of nical works related to a limited T
?A University is not an accumla- sub ct is a oin wich ereemembersofthnonversity
tion of books on railroads written bwwtrshdiorandn nfmiit Museums staffmilatn th
ScacSdtak nopee ytechnical experts for engineers;
Senate Sidetracks Uncompleted o read, writes Donal H. Haies, of with the first floor of the East E- eetin oftem- rican Asoci
tion for the Avancement. of Sci-
Tariff Measure Until the journalism department, in a gineering building ,nere the Li- ce
Next Week. pamphlet recently published, 'bt brary is housed. It came into active ber 30 and 31 at Des ojcms Iowa
it is an adequately housed colle- i
tion of nearly 70,000 items dealing use soon after being established, The Michigan group includes Dr.
srCONSIDER VARECAS with America's second industry, and has been used by an increasing Carl Guthe, Dr. M. R. Gilmore, and
C iPtransportation. As such it is of as number of students ever since. The Dr. J. H. Steward. Dr. Guthe is in
(Continued From Page 1? immediate interest to the student use is by no means confined to harge of a joint session of the
a ? .committee on State Archeological
sion to change the principles of the of history or economics as to the those members of classes in rail- Surve o whcte Aschaia
limited revision he supported at engineer. road engineering and transporta-f and section H of the assermbl
that time. He reiterated his stand It was the ambition of the foun- tion who naturally turn to use its ywhic will be held Dec. 31
~:: for retention of the flexible clause ders of the Library that it might shelves for reference work, but in In addition to the Des Moines
become the principal collection of cludes a steadily increasing num- t
rDecatic eaers whohaved the literature of the subject in this ber of students from other col- iupon fora paper which will be read
f > z; " ,.Democratic leaders who have re-; country" continues Haines. "In leges whose research work along before a gathering of the Archeo-
l . peatedly contended that the Presi- seven years it has grown from a very different lines is assisted by logical Institute of America which
dent should be more specific con- mere idea to its presot dimensions- the material which it has to offer meets at Boston during the Christ-
cerning his tariff views were ad- The bginnins of the ibrary wee them."as holidays
4eslyciiclintergom made in the ahli of 1923 when John; ---.. . . .. - .-
vesely critical in their comment on S. Worley came to the University
ssection which to become professor of transport-
renewed the administration's plea tion and railroad engineering. Pro- INVITATION TO U. OF M. STUDENTS:
AIfor an effective tariff on agricul-,esrWre adfudta o
turains phductafindliie dchan where in the countrywas there You are cordialy = tel td to inspect the dislay of Oriental Art
in cedle ofinstresfoundola-!anything like a complete cle- Goods at No. 12 Nickel'Aiac
gng sine the present law was en- tion of the literature on transpor- (No obligation to buy.)
acted seven years ago. tatioii and he determined that such 1.OUreooi .frXa it ~ ayfn oehn ee
tSenator Robinson, of Arkansas' raysudcmeit biga If you are looking for Xumas gfts yu may find something here
enatoratoinson, of sa , library should come into being atry Before buying any other gifts, consider these points: Economy, Ex
Akefcva4 !rhe f erthe Democratic leader, saidth the a nvrst.
The House of the Cherry Garden located in Basle, Switzerland, message with respect to the tariffir quisiteness, Beauty, Unusualess, Artistic Designs.
which has been offered to house the headquart':s .or the new inter- controversy replied "No additional The library has now progressed istnseayUsunssArsicDig.
national bank. recently proposed at the Hague. suggestion of value." Senator Swan- so that the various collections have CHIRL HYUN
- son, Democrat, Virginia, said both2 been placed in divisions. The text C ILH U of New York
GERMAN VOTE AGAINST YOUNG PLAN the old guard and independent Re- and reference books form a group
publicans would claim the message of several thousand volumes, and..--
WILL NOT SUCCEED, SAYS SLOSSON as a "vindication of their course volumes including government re
and will insist that the President ports and papers covering early ex-
m tui ' lsthe fit the Conservative and Socialist is in accord with their course in the plorations and surveys are among Hark To His Master's Voice! Saying
with fti c"' 'l "" "uai ntpic s e interparty controversy." the most valuable works in the li-
jiH vcut i tj). ments in Germany will finally bring Senator Borah, of Idaho, a leader brary. Manuals, periodicals, society UNIVERSITY US ITeHOUSE
In a brief discussion of the pres- about the "red" movement, Profes- of the Republican independents, proceedings, reports, lays, charters, Oj. 'F 170asrZnbr saet PnI r dpa porhM
ent outlook in international affairs,sor Slosson does not believe prob- said le agreed with the President's correspondence, personal papers, For Everything Musical
hi to prolonged questioning. Prof. Preston W. Slosson of the De-;able, However, he does believe that
Vernon wrote and signed his partment of History yesterday stat- the recent death of Prime-Minister
brief confession. While he admittede a o- r- Stresemann has endangered Teu-
the California holdup, Vernon was ed that Among the nations ser- tonic internal politics. Expressing
firm in his denial of any participa- ously harmed by the World War,, his estimate of Stresemann, Profes-
tion in the Wyoming robbery, and. Germany has made by far the most r Slosson concluded with the '
q.~uest for speeay action on Lne Iannuai reportso co uapuiw, p 4P,
tariff bill and hoped it would be atlases, and lantern slides are to
"religiously adhered to." Borah ob- be found in the library.
jected today to an unanimous con- In speaking of the importance of
sent request to put the Vare case the library to the students and the
off until Monday without a time set University Haines writes "That the,
for a vote, saying he wanted to re- Transportation Library is a living
turn to the tariff as soon as possi- part of the Univernsity, and not a
ble. repository for more or less tech-;
Majestic, Victor, Crosby
Baldwin, Kohler & Campbell
Victor, Columbia, Brunswick
liebst in filiI c
h 6est in ndi@
said he would fight to the last any reiarkable return to normal, ai statement that "Th
attempt to extradite him to Wyo- 1it is at present probably more pros- Stresemann is the da
niing.. perous and stable than ever be German current histo
He said, however, he had no ob- fore." left no associates of
jections to returning to California, When asked as to his opinion on and, always excepting
and would resist extradition there. the recent crisis in Germany, . none of equal popular
Both states provide the death pen- which the , Socialists attempted to tige."
alty for train robbery, garner 2,000,000 votes in order to
In his confession, Vernon said he defeat the Young Plan. Professor
decided to rob the train because he Slosson expressed the opinion that rCh Ctlr
was out of work and needed money. the "referendum" is of little conse- Shows French
"l-e said he had been promised a job quence. "The proposed referendum _
by the railroad, but "had been dis- on 'war guilt' and the 'Young plan' Sixteen etchings an
appointed." will not carry, and even if it could, the work of Jean Lou
would effect nothing in the sphere inous French cartoon
of international politics." The lat- caturist, are now onc
PrO sors of X-Ray it est dispatch received from Germany ,ower corridor of the
Leave for Convention indicates that steps are already building.
being taken toward reparations!' These drawings are
Three members of the Universi- payment as agreed under the Young subjects, depicting wa
ty School of Medicine, Dr. P. M, Plan. , sant life, church sce
Hickey, Dr. John M. Barnes, and That the present battle between like.
Dr. 'W. J. Mowat, all representing__
the roentgenology department, left
yesterday to attend the annual
meeting of the Radiological SocietySe tS l For
of North America in Toronto.
At the meeting, which will ex-
tend to December 6, Dr. Hickey will
read a paper on "Economic Prob-.
the paper, Dr. Hickey will discuss
means for lowering expenditures
and obtaining good results more Michigan Union Opera
cheaply. Dr. Barnes has also been
invited to appear on the program,
and will speak on 'Roentgen Diag-
nosis in R-Units."UnionDes Today-Thr u Dec,
e death of
ikest omen in
ry, for he hasE
rity and pres-
'mill 'M 1110 nil
ASK THOMAS HINSHAW, Mgr.
601 East William Street
is Forain, fa-
ist and cari-
display in the
all of French
r scenes, pea-
nes, and the
PETTING AND LOVING SEEMED SLOW-JAZZ AND GIN DULL-
THEY WANTED SPEED! SPEED! SPEED!
A ed1ULTpS ONLY
Those under 16 with parents
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The "Good News" of
See it Now
2 o'colck to 5 o'clock
Prices: 75 cents to $3.00
CRIPPEN DRUG STORES
723 North University Ave.
Playing Michigan Theatre
207 South Main St.
217 North Main St.
12, 13, 14
College. life Pic-
tured for enter-
Jack Oakie wise
cracks and a' Si.
wash football gauge
- ridiculous of
course - but oh!
Matinee: December 14
Twenty-fourth Annual Production
P And His Singing Daddy
Are Here Again-Songs
WHY CAN'T YOU"
"USED TO YOU"
"JUST ONE SWEET KISS"
er S I'M KA-RAZY FOR YOU"
A Schick Razor is a useful
Bath Salts and Body Powder.
Wrapped for Mailing.
Cream, blades and stropper. $5.10
Paramount's Girl and Song Hit
NANCY CARROLL - HELEN KANE
A Frank Tuttle Production
Whoopee!.A big, gay, love-and-laughter
smash-hit. Singing! Dancing! Laughing!
Hear Paramount's ginger-and-tabasvo
red-head, Nancy Carroll, sing the new
heart-throb, "Sweeter Than Sweet." The
"Boop-Boopa-Doop" girl, Helen Kane, coo
"He's So Unusual." Jack Oakie's 'fantastic
take-off with "Alma Mammy." See the
latest dance craze, "The Prep Step."
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