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THE MICHIGAN DAILY'

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' TROOPS PATROL
'TOWN OF RIOTS
National Guard Called To Scene
While Officials Investigate
Gun Battle IKillings
(By Associated Press) ]

City P
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'anning Body Forms Greatest Concern
FThirty-first Season of Municipal League

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isAppaeratus And Showers
horoughly Ovehauled In
Summer Vacation
erman Gymnasium is now
for use. The temporary,
left by the registering stu-L
tramping through the gym
been removed. Athletic ap-
s and shiowers have been
ghly overhaiuled and are
,ngthe appearance of the
t: Any studet twishing to
hie gymanisurn's facilities is
d to- do so. Lockers -mayT be
d bypurchasing a locker,
for two dollars at the Tre as-'
office and presenting' it at
tin.
hman classes will begin
ay, October 14. The week or
inactivity befor~e that time
e used for th~e classificationj
ie fre'shmen. Doctor May'
the first ,,year men to class-1
the, earliest possib~le date in
to escape th~e rush tha~t comes
g the last few days before
s start. Freshmen ma.y class-
the athiletic office i.n Water-
GymW anytime next week be-
the hours of 9 to 12 and 2 toj

IMARION, N. C., Oct. 3.-National'
guardsmen patrolled 'the district;
around' the Marion Manufacturing
Co.'s Mill today, while in the town
of Marion, a mile away. officials
began' their investigation of Wed-';
nze~day's gun battle which took
three.-lives.
jIni addition to the three union
,men:f who, died when stikers and
sherif's deputies"Iblas~hed', four'
others are at the Mar'ion General
~Hospital still in a seiouits conidition,
nine< are less seriously' hurt, but
confined to hospitlbeds, and 'a{
dozen, others are nursing minor in-I
juries at their homes.
The ,natio al guardsmen, ordered
here '"from' Salisblry 'And North
Wilkesboro, arrived last night. One
company wvent immediately to theI
Marion mill' and' Col.'Copeland,'
commanding, ordered out patrols.
WillU 1Maintain Guard
These patrols mardihed the,
streets 'of the little xmiill' village;
where the workers' live in old,
frame houses setting high on stilts
around the mill, throughout the
night.:

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invitations to all the members to
This year marks the thirty-firstatedacnrneofheOi
season of the Michigan Municipal ,ity Planning Association this
Leage. rganzedin 198,themonth. Michigan has no general
Michigan unit was one of the pio- city planning body, and Mr. Smith
neers in the field. In the United hopes that this meeting will give
States at present, there are twenty-i the officials from this state an op-
six similar institutions, with ten
Canadian Unions which serve the portunity to judge whether a Simi-
samepurpse fr Caada.lar organization would be beneficial
The "fundamental purposecofithe.
pups fteMichigan Municipal League is the G RSE C E
improvement of municipal govern- GO ESTEACHES
inent throughout the enitire state.!┬░ COURSE' IN ARTS
J This objective is advanced~ through
the maintenance of', a central of -1 Walter J. Gores, instructor in
flce, now located in Alin Arbor. decorative design) in the architec-
The organization is comhposed,.. at j ture school, Wednesday eight held
present, of practically all the prin-, in -Detroit the first meeting of a
cipal cities in the 'state and also ;class in the history of applied art,
many of the smaller towns and vii-j one of the extension courses which
lages. One hundred and seven mu-! the University' o frs each year to
nicipalities are enrolled iy the ' citizens of Detroit.
league. When ever a question of This course, which ┬░parallels' Prof.
vital importance toI the communityI William C. Titcomb's course in de-
arises, the discussion is referred to rcorative design, meets each Wed-
the central bureau of the leagu'e for. nesday evening from seven to nine
further 'advice: o'clock, throughout the year and
A magazine& entitled, "The Mich-1 gives two hours of University cre-
igan Municipal Reviewt" is the' dit. Enrolled in the course are ar-
monthly publication of "the organi- chitects, architectural draughts-
zationi and is chiefly' concerned men, teachers of architecture, and
with. problems of city Manage- interior decorators.
annt I The large enrollment for the
Harold D. Smith of Ann Arbor is course, Gore says, is indicative of
Director of the League, with Laird the desire of Detroit people to take
J. Tr~oyer, Mayor of Lansing, the advantage of the University Ex-
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Left to right: Dr. James Try on of faculty, Ivan Getting,.Pitts-
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Tryouts for the varsity debating
class were held yesterday ''hn
Floyd K. Riley, new coach of the
team, heard fourteen men anid fouir
women deliver short talks on il"~h
itary training in colleges. Results
of the tryouts will be anniounced~
soon.
In addition to those who appear-.
ed yesterday, about twenty ceandi-'
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the class from which the tea~m 'vlf
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for the men's team this seniestor
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due will meet one of Michigan' s
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team. T he question for the deba'te
hasnot been decided: yet, butt wily
probably be announced' with~n ,.a'
week. The women's teamil'rd ~eet
Ohio State in Ann Arbon~, andl r--'
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