SATURDAY; JANU7ARY~ 25, 193U:
MEETING HELD TO
MAODI~l lK 1ThFTT
AT SUGGESTION OF
IN PROHIBITION 1Andre MVorize Wins IDEMOCRAT LEADS ru irRi fl TT[MPTS
SECRETARY MLO Hearts of Students WET BLOC FIGHNTUIIfJUlIUVIIl
I iI During Limnited VisitHU LIfi!
"a kUIIU :+~L
H-e came he saw, and he con-
I BE IV R £ E quered the hearts of the students.: City N
Pro. AdrcMorize, professor o ni
Supply of Food and Heat Ample r., Romance Languages at Harvard jFu
to -Keep Crew in Comfotj <::> university and director of the Di-
for =S l Months. vision of Languages at Middlebury ' A
,rte college swmm zer sesson, cae to
VESSELS ASKED TO ,AID ;Annz Arbor yesterday a stranger to( HI
Smost of the students. And he left i,
:Nelti s of% Flos in February! with hundreds of friends. was betz
~y Enable.fyrd s Ships j2tcola went, he allowed nothing+foa h
to C*shBarier interfere with the charm of his sho
(BHAeoiawdas-. approached early in the dilemnfl
-fternoonsbyireprters, )om the!The p
handomesix-oot entlman et of buyi
H. Bailey, personal represe tative at the door ndoesi-of t is room. He gn arm-t, Rep. J. C. Linlicum, .pato
ofRa dia i~hr . ~ly shook hands with them, and mi- Mrl emcawo i als, to r
in Rer AdiralPrichrd E Byr,, ivited them to make themselves !ladiiig the wet bloc in the fght' until th
in a statement today, said that al-" comfortable. He sat on the bed !against the Eighteenth Amend - ad
though an ice pack barred ships of;tathywudavcaisA- met in the House of Represeta- Ctzn
the expedition from reaching the !thatn their formal questionstvs itiu i adt b nthe ci
base on the Antarctic ice barrier, ." qiklh ploielortefc ardent wet of :many years' stand- Srw
Admiral yrd andhis men aced nothat his time was extremely llmi;- r__________ Mr. S
AmrlBranhimefaenojed because ie had to prepare a lee- busines
immediate food shortage. tre for delivery later in the day. I Armed Men niet M nyrtra
The statement, published in the He told them briefly of his radio bCD 1f, anks 1
New York Tmswhih is sonsor- broadcasting of French lessons, anthe_19__
ing the expedition with associated !Iachievement which has gained him Toamdmn neig the ~ thi
newspapers said: ,< ,. n,tF a .Th-c4 s P~tc considerable recognition, and of BreuIn,40Sthtae'.,th eran
"While it is true that the expedi- Members of the treasury department and the house of representatives epeutires coumnitee who met1 the books he has written. He con- BreuIn,40Sot ae~ltrc
tion is not fully equipped to spend to consider Secretary Andrew W. Mellons recommendation to transfer the .prohibition bureau from the sidered none of his accomplish-i at 7:30 oclock Thursday night, -held eral co
another winter in the Antarctic, treasury department to the department of justice. Among those present, from left to right, seated. Rep ments seriously, it seemed. He I up the attendant ad :escaped after their tU
thiere is no immediate shortage of Wliam Williamson, Rep. John J. Cochran, Secretary Andrew W. Mellon, and Rep. Don B. Colton. Standing: smiled with his lips as he talkedi taking about ;$25 in currency from is that
thie food supply. There is ample Rep. A. H. Gasque, E. . Alvord, special attorney to the treasury department; James /1. Doran, prohibition, of the fun he had doing the thingsI the cash register. cllect
fuel for heat and for operation of commissioner, Seymour Lowman, assistant secretary of the treasury in charge of prohibition, and Rep. G. G.I for which other scholars have oftenI The
the adi. Th me arenoton r- iGoodin.expressed admiration. Frequently1 Robert Bruce, '30, was on duty forced
thce raio. Theren ar not onme- hei.____________--__ laughed aloud, when the two men entered. One oret
diate prospect that they will be.; Ti" Sudetsi Many 1 itC m ie Soon he begged to be excused. It of them pointed the gun at him school
They are well clothed, comifortably J xl aism tu et Sl Stories; RoomLstC ple foriwa nearly time to deliver his le-) and the other opened the cash reg-~ n~u
housd. Fod vailbleto agazne ad N wspaer ruilnersL.Feega ero After that was done, he had ester and removed the bills. The ,pst d
. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ nV Conferenuee PthMgziean Nwpaerl&bzl~r ___ prmised to meet a group of st- perto e~donly a few min- would
"In -extreme circumstances an _ Householders who have rooms' dents for an informal talk, he said.! utes. furthe
adequae suppy of wale, sal, Th publiation f numeous i'lacingLong, Then the wwastotonbetoaedi Tnerheguesto Bruceinfurnishedrucpolicehedwithceawihngs.
aeqguateillsup lf x-e, u hselistepuiaton oftudnsmoftheplaig their stories is RuthLogwhhthy ihtorntode at the home of Prof. Hugo P.J good description of the robbers. iThe
pen gnhwie 1sustalny l ife-buhsestrewitebystus of the o who has had her features jtilished gates to the engineering confer- Thieme, of the Romance Languages! The one who handled the pistol he shortaE
wh iht ave toely producnfatur epwrtnt prosof th or h erotFe rs n n ee, wich will be hld here on department, where three of his described as being about 2 years feet ti
aoo dietroelapooungedt a periont listiNmepten isrofct-Everygir's Magazine. Lawrence W. 1Jano. 30-3, -ay list their available ! former pupils, now professors here of age and about five feet, six'inch - pointed
weuxp criecelycun t lesntsmeingoprethanre ere aca- ,iPrakken has sold one article to the b(Professorsio, 451
expi eriee ddecprpreytseqirdofProfessbycaligohrUios15.Erhardt, Lincoln, and! es tall. He weighed about 14,0rot rc
"It s blieed hat thoug th 1tlasgacoringtonrof KnudCassand)ndstrrl also itoTfombiei reuirdtfr.te(fleouudonsweraalo twbeguets.pouds ndaoreaatndht tyd t ta
kindly offices of the State Depart- I Brumm, head of the department Magazine and has orders for see-j(Laehwstobgutofonrdkovca.
met, which has instructed thc ; and instructor of the feature writ- eral similar stoies from the same ; which is being compiled is the'I at a reception at the home of Prof. The second man appeared to be DET
American ambassador at London; ing group. magazine. A Dcember issue of thef number of rooms, number of pr-' Rene Talamon. the same age and height as hisl Motor
and the American minister at Oslo The Detroit Free Press, Detroit DtotStudyngtsldd a sns accom odatedl, and the price He waved the reporters good-bye, companion and weighed about nd0 tlof
tsektec-prto ofteNwDtotStraNihv-feature entitled, I Want to Go and they too were added to the pounds. He wore a blue tan and c creasei
toseBh ooeaino h es eri audyNgt v ack to Michigan," wihwas writ-prpro.listofhsrin.
whaling companies whose vessels erygirl's Magazine, and the Class tenbyhisB SmllrFrnknoops. light colored coat ry aii
are now fihing in the Ross Sea al and Industrial Marketing Magazine te--J.B mll-rnkCoe
naviabl pasag totheBayof1 are among the publications which has also sold several stories to D- iHulmphkieS \il Speak
Whlsales will be discovered or, ifi have purchased feature material troitper and to the Port Hurons
~necessary, forced. from members of the class.TsHrl. Before Wesleyan Guild '
"hpeidograetspr-Students enrolled in the feature Members of the present feature- --
tion of the ice in the Ross Sea is writing course obtain experience in writing coursee will cotnetbilue.Hrpris sitn
in February. It is possible, there- the marketing of articles other i ee informally as a writing group; dean of thelieayclgwllb
fore, that the present impenletra-i than news stories. Professori during the second semester. They the speaker at a meeting of the,
'fe condtion of the ice pack may be B runim states that many students will receive no credit for this work," Weslyan Guild at Wesley Hall!
so altered within the next 10 days' write acceptably but have difficulty but will keep on writing under Pro- I Sunday evening a~t six o'clock. His!
in mrkeingther mteral. n Bumn's iretio forspei- of~ Boie~' Modern' View
that Admiral Byrd's vessels will be g hecouse ireatewritingthefesforthpicBwile
own power to his base on te ice;eio' ccpac n purchase
barrir. iof stories is fheld as evidence that!
Cbafdrier.Eprethe niateIal meets requirements.
"Admiral Byrd's present position Amn hItdnso h ls
is vnrlytht of acol. i rre C - who have been most successful inILMM Y GM
feeds 50,000,000 Dorllars
[1928 Tax~es Are Paid;
end Will Aid Schools.
WN LEADS RELfIF
(By .A"'ociated '..)
AGO, Jas. 14-A civic pool
,n formed by leading busi-
terests today on which to
Le city, the .county and the
oard from their "no funds"
pool will. be for the purpose
ng $x50,000,000 in tax :antici-
ware ants, acciarding to of ci-
run local government bodies
e reassessment is completed
28 tax bills collected. The
s' Relief committee, uder
hirmanship of Silas Hi.
is organizing the pool.
3trawn explained that large
>ses, public utilities and
ds have on deposit in the
large sums of money to meet
18 tax roll. It is planned to
s money in the purchase of
iticipation warrants w.,hich
an 'be redeemed by 'the sev-
ncerns, in the payment 'of
axes. -The present estimate
;the 1928 taxes will not be
d before May 1.
.cash shortage already has
postponement of the pay of
han '40,000 city, county and
emnployes.. Coal companies
aced Thursday that unless
lue bills .were }paid soon, it
be necessary to 'Withhold
rdeliveries to school build-
Chicago -and Cook county
ge also has threatened to af-
he state of Illinois, it, was
d out today.. The: state has
~eived its share of Cook coun-
es in 20 months.
ROIT, J an. ,24 - The Ford
Co. announces that produc-
fcars andi trucks will be in-
d to 136,000 .unite in 'Febru-
Ld to 170,000 in March.
mander. taking preliminary pregu-
tions for. the safety of a numaerousJ
and important expedition.
"His friends await the outcome
with confidence and without fear."
MONROE, Jan. 24--Ralph Ald-
rich, 40, a Monroe truck ttiver, was
sentenced to life imprisonment An
Jackson prison by Judge Jess H.!
Root after he had been convicted
of the slaying of Frank Miller, 42,
village mparshal of Petersburg, early
H. H. FRAZEE, JR.
And a Great Comedy Cast in
"She's No Lady"
Nights: $1 to ,$2.50.
Mats.: Weed. and Sat. $1 to $1.50.
_ _ .
LAST' TIMES TODAY
ALL TALKING COMEDY
"tDON'T GET EXCITED"
APairt Talking Comedy of Millionaires and Chorus Girls.
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'T I-TIIEPLAY FOR ALL HUMA. fITY
GILBERT MILLER (by arrangement
with MAURICE BROWNE) Presentsj
F Re C.he rri f 's Play Tatt
dAavvi4 and ;ympathetic glimpse into a phase of the
World War thact no other play has ever accomplished
When Co ien Talks and Siege FEverybody
Will ~I-ook and Pay to Listen.
i Dircct from $2.00 Showing
r 4 ,on Broadway,
0- ji-s cOLLEE*
El irc'% one thil 11 (e r"C
heelt Avaitir; for . (' 1 r
ire--thc teal Colleic n 1
a Love story more beau-
tiful than "Lilac Time."
Yo olntwizh for 0
that read the6 Class,iied
The nam esiof f10 Students licked at Irandom
from the Student Directory will .be scattered :amog
the Daily Classified Aids. Anyone who 1disovrs .his
br her name may apply at the 'ENIANI or Daily
Offices for a one dollar reduction .in .thfe paice of his
To fined your -name in the ClIassiffieed A ds. is to
save $1.00 in. the: purchase of a 1930 Mchigannsiain.
This. offer, good to -February 1st.