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FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1930

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Bayonne Refinery Blast Injures
30; Three of Tanker Crew
4Reported Missing. : .,
FIREBOATS COMBAT FIRE
(Bit Alssociatcd M-es~s),
BAYONNE, N. J., May .-The
entire plant of the Gulf Refining
Co. was in danger of destruction to-
day after a tanker loaded with r
gasoline exploded at the piers.
Between 30 and 40 men were in- ::4
jured and three members of the
tanker's crew were missing. Flames },\{
spread swiftly across the yard and
attacked several fuel tanks and a >,..: .;::, :w
warehouse where gasoline was stor-
The tanker Schurchia, of the Fi- v .. * . .
delity Petroleum Co., tied at Pier 2, . . .'k-K " r , .SS '*j
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exploded and was quickly destroy- s~~: ~.:::.
ed by the blast and flames. Another ,...:.y.:"...
tanker was towed out of danger as!, r:>::... ... .v
fireboats from New York and near-__.
by industries attempted to get closes 4ssociatedt Press Photo
to the fire. .1'ieaerOlCo' Capt. Charles iinsforcl-Smith, veteran of many daring flight siasn rprtost teitt
Th Tdeatr ilCo'splant, ad- fy his farno~ps Iaioigppane, ."Southern Cross," across the t antic. Ie Mians to leave from Ciovdon field,
joining the Gulf, was believed to be London, and to land at Long island, N. -k.
in danger.
NEW YORK, May 8.-The dis- iMothers Death Calls 1 tive secretary of the zobology de-
i M partment, returned to his officeC
tributing plant of the Richfield oili LaRuet to Iowa TownI
______yesterday following a two weeks
Co. in Long. Island City was de- mes
stroyed Wednesday night after Prof. George R. Lauc of the1dues
gasoline, originally intended to fuelt zoology department was canecd
the more than 130 navy'paesS L
visiting here, cime in contact with .to Greenville, Ia.; Wednesday night BIG MAY S L
a hot exhaust pipe, causing fire by the death of his mother. He ex-0 ICUTO
and a series of explosions to sweep pects to return to the University1 FRATERNITY JEWELRY
the building. Damage was estimated the first of the week. BrPtesn&Al
at mre han$50000.Fiv alrms Prof. Peter 0. Okkelberg, execu-
w ere sounded and three fire boats 603 Church
were summoned.___
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CAMBRIDGE, Mass., May 8.-
Several hundred Harvard students,{
many pajama clad, rioted late Wed-
nesday night through the Gold
jCoast section, defying 40 police-
men to create order and pelting
officers and bystanders with bot-I
tles, fruit, telephone books and
pails and bags of water.
Carroll H. Parker, secretary of
the Phillips Brooks association,'
was arrested clad in pajamas- and
bath robe and charged with di-
turbance of the peace.
The trouble started, police be-
lieved, after a water battle in one
of the dormitories during a warm
evening. The familiar rallying cry;
of "Rhinehardt, Rhinehardt," as-
sembled the students.
=?h. Res. 22266 Ph. Office 2149-~
; STADIUM RIDING ACADEMY
South Main and Keech
.°Riding Lessons. by Appointmnent
A. W. COWAN, Mgr.

That have made Holdens
the style mart at
A nn Arbor

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More Arm Arbrbr men are practicing thrift and economy every day-
without s~ncciflcinig style, quality and fit, by buying their clt-hzing in
our busy store. Many Shits to select from.-Topcoats are here in
every wanted material. Come and see what we have to offer.

FURNISHING;S FOR SPRING OR EARLY SUMMER

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Dress Sits
Plain wihtes at the low price
of 98c.
Stripes, patterns, plain colors
and whites featgred at $ 1.48.
98OC
Others at $1.48

S'p -oit Shoes
Black and white or tan and
white combinations of leather.
Popular for snorts or daress
occasions.
$2.98

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Dandy sweaters M e n ' s cotton
at this price. s w ea t ers for
Wool sweaters $1.98. W o ol
priced at $1.9§8. sweaters priced
at $4.95.
98C $.9

Maen's fHats
Tans an d greys to mHatch the
new si4des of m ien's' suits.
Stron, and durable felts. All
Sizes.
$1.98
Others to $4.95

Dress Trousers
In str ipes, plain colors and
checks. Match your old vest
and coat--get another season's
wear.
$2.987
Others to ;$4.95

to Gaive Biology Falk
Dr. J H. Ashworth, head of the
zoology department at the Univer-
sity of Edinburgh, Scotland, and
Fellow of the Royal Society, will de-
liver an illustrated lecture at 8
o'clock Monday night in Naturalj
Science auditorium on the subject
"The Nervous System of Annelids
in Relation to Mzovement.".
The subject will be treated non-
technically and f rom a comparative
standpoint, dealing with the funda-
mental constitution of nexvous sys-
tems, types of neurones, function of:
the giant nerve cells, action of thej
giant nerve fibers and like mattersI
of general interest to the biologist,
psychologist, histologist, and others.'

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COTo UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE
For -everything Musica

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Lowest Prices:
TERMS
To Suit.
Play While
You Pay.

Rado:-
Majestic, "victor, Crouley
Pianos-
Baldwin, Kohier & Campbeil
Orchestral Instruments
Victor, Columbia, Brunsiwick
Records

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YOUR OWN
AUDITING DEPARTMENT
The stubs in your checkbook -are the simplest book-keening system
you can contrive. It is the safe, sure, modern way of making payments
and keening records. This Bank' will gladly welcome your Checking
Account.
arrs nd M c is205 East Huron 330 South State Street
Member Federal Rieserve System

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601 East William Street Phone 7515

.A iq Aro: Store, 217 South Main, Opp. Mack's
Ypsilanti, 120 West Michigan,. Formerly Sweet's

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TOM IN A SMASHING "LET GQO" OF THOU-
SANDS OFPAIRS OF HIGHEST QUALITY
SHOES FOR MEN AND WOMEN. WE'VE
CLOSED OUR :EYES. TO PROFIT AND ORIG-
INAL SELLING PRICES IN THIS

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RIGHT SHOE BUY."
HERE IT IS
About one hundred and fifty
pairs of our high quality Men's
Oxfords. All imported Scotch
Grain. For Aport an pgof, also
oxfords for dress and street
wear. In patent leather and dull.

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takes courage to

OUR REGULAR $10 AND $
$11.A0LVLLUE S UNTIL9
SOLD. YOU~R CHOICE. .
Your unrestricted choice of our en. $,m -a
tire stock of Men's $10 shoes IP

face the facts--more courage to
confess, but the truth is, that we
are carrying the largest stock of
unsold shoes in our history. Our
store policy will not permit us to
carry this immense stock over and
rather than wait until the end of
the season, we are putting across
this big sale now-confident that
it is the biggest thing we could
attempt to do in shoe retailing.
Please bear in mind that The J.
Murphy Boot Shop handles only
the world's finest bench-made
shoes, imported and domestic-
this is your opportunity, now use

your opportunity to cash in on
our greatest shoe sale in our
history.

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