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THE MICHI-G-A~lN

-SATURD~AY, MAY,-1930

DAILY

PAG T'rmE

GUUL w I LETUR YA TIONAL GUARD SMEN TAKE OVER COLUMBUS PRISON; gfffN Q Aged cetAwarded
"U ^'Ei ,l.MACHINE GUNS POSTED TOPRE VENT FUR THER RITS' iL o~flJonor, ib
t rh YMIGNEVILLE, Meu tne-E-Mo-
,.,..sell.Proince, France,. a 2+a
TOFAS O 3 .* ~*. ..P That the French Legion of Hoanr as
S...... F Ra ic etda Shwass . u~rotcinu reey L ~ei Dn et Wdw4

Club Engages General
niest of Honor at Final

Byrd's Second-in-Command tc
Tf,1k at Convocation in
Freshman Week.
IS EXPECTED BACK SOOT'
Universiy Professor Dade 1 50(
M;.1c Dog Sled Trip Into-
Mountain Regions.
Larry Gould, of the geology de-
partment, now returning from th(
Byrd Antarctic expedition, has
been secured to give an address to
the entering freshman class on the
evening of Sept. 25, it was an-
nounced yesterday by Prof. Philip
E. Bursley, of the romance langu-
ages department, who is chairman
of the Freshm an week activities,
Professor Gould, who is now some-
where on the ocean between News
Zealand and Panama, will discuss
his polar explorations.
Answaers 'Radio Request.
At the request of Professor Burs-
Icy,, Prof. Hobbs, of the geology de-
partment, with whom Prof essor
Gould~ has travelled considerably
in the polar regions, sent a radio
gram to the S. S. Eleanor Bolling,
one of the two ships in Commander
Richard Byrd's expedition, which
arrived recently in New Zealand
after a two-year sojourn in the
Antarctic.
Professor Hobbs received the fol-
lowing radiogram in reply: "Prof.
WV. H. Hobbs, University of Michi-
gan, Ann Arbor, Michigan: Glad to
speak during freshman week next
fall. Was away from Dunedin (New
Zealand) few days hence my ap-
parent neglect in answering mes-
sage. Regards .to all, Larry."
The ship bearing Professor Gould
and other members of the Byrd
expedition is now on its way to
Panama.
Professor Hobbs 'explained the
apparent slowness of the voyage
by the fact that Byrd's ships, built
for travel in icy seas, were, not es-
pecially fast in the water.
Gould's most outstanding accom-
plishment while in the Antarctic
was the 2,500 mile dog sled trip he
undertook to study, the geology of
the polar mountain ranges.

""' },; ,.,{r:. " ;a;+ 'Active! !great and. the near-great is proved'___
OFFR ID TOby the case of Joseph Zaleski, de-j Major-General Frank Parker, the
l<< , £rSTRIKERS scendant of a servant of former! Commanding General of the Sixth
(By Asociatd ~ King Leckzinski,,of Poland, who atCopArawihedqrts i
NEWYORK,:Mayf2-Police Coin- the m ll wage of 103, has just re- C ia o il eh n rdItt efn
NEW YOR; May -Po *c Con eived the red ribbon. Cagdinneifortehool y~tear olth
l;"" ;, imissioner Whalen today made pub-alThinnvenfirableepschsontyhas been,
lic photostatsof Russian document: coae yteFec oen-AnAbrAm n ayCu
seized by his secret police which h nent because of his professional to be held at the Michigan Union at
.t :.<{t".:s}." :,,.., ,,s }} , t .r sdeclared- showed the Communisl -apacities as a peasant and as a 7:5ocock Wednesday, May 14.
'ItenaioalofMscw asdiec-reward for his long life of labor A the dinner General Parker,
:Inte~atronl of oscowwas drect y resonsibe forthe fmentig~o~iIt ais esalso diegivent as a sgn of will speak on "The Relations be-
lyrsosbefrte oetn rnes eiet eppol tween the Headquarters of Marshl
~.~strikes and riots in the United wokngo tesolPoch and General Pershing in the
"'_' i: , :} " , ..T States. Tere are references in the o h ol okn Word Wr eea akri
S1. ouet oexedtrsfrot The Zaleskis have been French Wa" GerlPrkri
brdoueasndsuepoituosriesfrs. suoctuorsvealgneaiosvery learned in this subject for he
st tT sujecs fo sevralgeneatios owow, personal representative of Gen-.
S.~"".~One of the documents is on the adteptirho h aiysi eral Pershing stationed . at the
-1 ,.,>f f < ~~~~~~letterhead of the Amtorg Trading practices his humble occupation'haqareso ashlPc u
a ":?.., corporation, official purchasing His son, who is an octogenariaK edurerio ashlPc u-
aget n te ~nted Sats fr hewas wounded in the Franco-Prusca ngmsofteprdofn-r-
- agnt i th Unied, tats fcanh participation in the World War.
Soviet government. It has offices sian war of 1870. On May 15, General Parker will
< ~in New York and has transacted He had, two close escapes in the iFceive a review of the University of
hundreds of thousands of dollars'I great war. While being shaved in Mcia eev fies rii~
;;':worth of business in this country. his home a German shell demol-~ Corps, at 3:0e'cocenreryvee4
s; This letter lists the names of 30 shed his abode but left him with- or in Yost Field House if weather
a 4Yamen and womnen sent to NewYork out a scratch. Two years later an-fj is inclement. Lieutenant-Colonel
....~~~~~ by Moscow as~ being hard to re-l other and bigger shell made ruinsw..PoeadMjr ax u-
Assoiated Press Photo place and :states that the recall of of his new house while he was iray~ Infantry, of the Board of In-
Revolting convicts at Ohio state prison being marched from the "white city" idle house after guards and seriousehandtiapigh thesuwork. thatngsecinond hllsmdoep:eettosobsrv R. 0. T. C. activitipes
rtroops had fired into cell house when they made mass escape attemplt, National guardsmen armed with;___________de ~af. he said. "But I was a little.
gunsruld te pisonaftr te ecapeattmpt __________________ WASHINGTON-For an hour of hard of hearing before that. The
intense menvtal effort try an oyster first bombardment didn't do me 1:0a n
'United =States NvlRsre WilCosPec Fonaon ud cracker or half a, salted peanut. any good." 0 a.rt
ir. er i provide calories enough,:
i T ent Stuent forFll~l$ raiingTerm; Given to Honor Borahlt in the. belief of Dlr. Francis J. Bent- Ohio State college Y. M. C. A. is St Andrew
1 1Iedc"of the nutrition laboratory of! sponsoring a housecleaning school C uc
Twenty students wlbepcdthe University of Michigan, a grad- Donation for University - of Idaho itheCrnegieinstitute for men
I angeisiue o e.this year by the Detroit squadron ;o h uate of a recognized university or;US.NvlRsrefrte Dedicated to Noted Senator.--__ _____
of te U S. ava Reerveforthecollege, or a senior of a recogn ized ___
annual flight training. These stu-1 school or college, be between thie ." . HEtA R
. dents, after having passed a flight ages of 18 and 27, be a citizen of the (fir s ociat e r es R e v R fus M Jo es
physical examination, will be sent United States, and pass a flight, MOSCOW, Idaho, May 2.-In-_Re.l,, fgC0 R
to the U. S. Naval Reserve Aviation physical examination,i auguration of the first foundation
Base, Great Lakes, Ill., for a months; Upon completing their work at to outlaw war has been delayed tepo er~ot1'' LD
flight training. Those students, t
'who at the end of this period have; Pensacola, the students are comn- because Senator William E. Borah *1
lemissionedfas ensigns minethevU. S.istoo busy to attend the cere- a Miliion mus llU Internationally Known Orator
learnetoflyhsandl have made sev- Naval Reserve. They are then giv- monies. n
erlslilgtwilhv h p en one years active duty with they While the senator has been con-' 00. u. i~II and Writer.
potnt o ot h U".Nvl aircraft squadrons, battle or squad-( ducting a little tariff war of his 314 South State Street
Air Station at Pensacola, Fla., for
eight months' preliminary and ad- ron fleet, receiving all the pay and own, the $50,000 peace foundation! The Statonery and Typewriter Store. Phone 66d15 W&'OOp. m. Hill A iCCthuxd
vanledatraininginhboth seadan fund presented to the University Large and Portable Typewriters of all makes Sold, Rented, Exchanged,
land flights. VINABeas tesot p-f Idaho nearly a year ago by ' Cleaned, Repaired.___________________
AA sletineoad, co sitigofnIEN A- ec usrtetaecoenSlmni0stiisoghiagopfc n___0. Levinson, Chicago____________________peace____
thre ffier, wllbe t he ici-ra would not present one of his:; advocate, in honor of the repub-,
ganUnin, oo 30, a 730 . i.,operettas, Franz Dehar, composer ican independent has been idly
Tuesday May 6 toiteview hose o TeMryWdw"yhsfon drawing -interest in a trust co-
students who desire to take up mil- ed on any other recognition of his ; piny,
ntary aviation. Each candidate sixtieth birthday anniversary Wed-I President F. J. Kelly of the _uni- /i
must have the following qualifica-I nesday. He believes the operaj versity hopes to inaugurate the.'
tions; he must be a memb-r of the ( house is interested only in deadJ "William E. Borah Outlawry of (=1'a
ground school now being given at composers. War Foundation" next fall.
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