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PAC-, TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SA DAYb. MAY IT. 1930

PBOSPECcITY PO1JCE ADD TEARi4-AS RIOT GUN "Doctor' Tom Lovelly Twelve Men Compete-~~IIII
ROPCS TO C2RIMINAL DISP~ERSING AR TILLERY~ esoP~tc~n Union Test-M~le Swim _ C
nniti~aiIIIIlflit An rbo'spolice department mtethnavoo-iventh. I Uy 1Twelve rndn have aheady cor itColcino"rmnldipn- aR.Tigratino h e pfsrdbyteUinadter IG
BRIGHE N yLcor has adredthaneaa-footrintlengtho the at Por r mw ave you seen h
VI IILI I IWUN a add ea-arrotg n e wriot -teargas gun is easily orFarmpleted the annual ten -mile swimLATTMSTD
er sThe weapon camne in yesterday reembesnhatofedpitblorthie (Unionue FrmnPgetheir-
vnmnMetninBmaiscoltinocrmnlspn-p on fapitlor "ieNapoleon, I have had toi names will be inscribed on the per -U-i
GvrmnMetninBobyand is now waiting for a. chance toj of small type hand-machine guns. fight my own battles and do everyI manent plaque which hangs in the oitstoDeisv AtLna"d"payiI otntaltis.I
Ponst eiieAto. dslyisptnilte.Al that is lakig, t present pool room of the Union. The firsts~
in Near Future.. The bore of Ann Arbor's latest cnP bit mnyself to tell the world that ten who finished will receive med- - n
protection is one and one-half to make the weapon a huge su- 'self-relance is the power of anyj als. JI
inches, and the weapon will hurl a; cess, is the immediate need for its rsn WhnIws1-
NINETY INJURED IN RIOT popecirsuotn.e unreWyrd.ene Wthth pssbiit o2wn--years old i The men who completed the ten- =
(yAs tdPrs)Shells for the innovation to the ar-n n a conference chamn~rtship nfiossWi ~ak1bx iesi r:Caec .I
(.yAstie ~'.)sonarl measure eight inches in pn er. They trained me ilp from 12 to mond, 32E, Andrew I. 'frun °-
1 ,BMBAY, India, May 16.-IndianI length and are divided into two'I any of the present sports rather 14 util I Was like a ct in the baugh, '33E William F. Waner, - ST
I dim, the prospects for another stu- ring. My opponent had hard~ work 32-onH hm,3E ebr L
peace prospects brightened today I classes, short range and distance. dent riot this year are dwindling.to catch M." '32,.Jhnwe t on, '31,MuieJ.Huerertj
When announcement was made in{ projectiles. Che"o 're eivehw nl8,Lvl lf o odnCwe, 3,MuieJ a~r
Althogh th shot rane shel , hief om OBrienbeliees, ow- ;In 183, Lvell'32, orPaulonJ1'3FiParlngFir'ng,'33 Miltonon L.. !
Liberal quarters of an early expect- Atog h sotrneseever, that an ounce of prevention is but soon came to Canada where hei Wurman, '31A1, Neil G. MCarroll -j
ed government move for negotia- dis tied atoexle a lmos thguisme- altnAn rbr spent many years of his liFe. Just ,30 Jack S. Semple, '32A, John R. i=
tion wih M hat a G ndh, cvil longer co-partner works much oi l ence, the latest addition to the ih wl n e h - e nr n r
mebefalinIow Sae t e e,0 ndWlim rnhm,_ " ' ..g -
disobedience prisoner. A govern-1 the same order as a time-bomb, arsenal. bor is a question, but few can re- '3.Cmeiinwilcnu n
ment meeting at Bombay and aI exploding after a certain length of:'xcmme tillking
secret session of the all-India Con-!I flight. These shells are construct-! NOTE!IS O IA xcp n een onhan'otI Ma;9
drheld simultaneously, presaged ed of cardboard Jo as not to hurt Iseig te"otr ~ twr DETROIT-Rain and a cold wind =WN
decisive action in some direction, it bystanders or criminals directly, a - _TA K _O_ INhow evn epthers it ncfue asbe cmindtofalglse, agej
was declared, before the week-end. though the exploded gas is very un A broad-minded and impartial missing from his post. Tom Lovellj and lighter ball a severe test re-'_ '
While these reports were goingI comfortable and is considered one is'.kon mngMc; . yatLchor
abroad, Mine. Sarojini Naidu, sue- of the best known means of dis-; view of the problems which exist in is'nonao gichgn freh- cftya ohor
cessor of the Mahatma and Abbas; persion. India is to be presented in the lee-;men i general any more, for Tom 1 -.
Tyabji, was arrested early today With a barrenl which is scarcely ture "India Today" which will be Lvl a i etdy nte D totT ete
fote pi gasatri t D a--_ - -- -,given by L. 17. Rushbrook Williams lpre-war era. D et oit T l :tle ktu-.w
foratteptn an shorlatrad et a ikt xli t4:5ocoko ody
saaanshrlafewrseliberty. Mmne. Naidui and her band tteLdaMnesoi har r1lff111f1114iiil1f~'lflilii =h
ab inktoExpai , t :15oSlacUoBERTa. LATFAYETTE f STARTING0 N , AN
of volunteers had sat in the road! Similarity of Religions] Although Mr. Williams enjoys, RENT" A RADIO 11 ASxner Mfi g Prsent SUNDAY lC 100 NE
outside the village since yesterday many titles and distinctions, he is: lxne cagPeet tliit11nitiltl91ltltriunt~i
forenoon, when hated by police. "What Christian and Jew Share ;primarily a historian; and i is iHni!r BnetR ADD I YC
tamed fteher f eloease. lwere -Iitalk,""s th 812to Tsc ol h t eitnd odel R SL Y AR A i h rd B n etEil
Soine fte her folloesAl were de-al to be given by Rabbi Fink at! with the difficulties which have re- 615 E. Wihiam Midl 22912"S LID SOUTH"
given food and drink, from which 16 o'clock Sunday night in Wesley, cently arisen in the Hindustan pen-.11(ifl toiioinnnw __________________________________11
they had abstained during the en-j hall. Beginning with the old tes-' irsula. --- - --
tiro time of the roadway impasse. tament Rabbi ink will trace the The lecture comes at a quite op---- ___________
Violent rioting occurred late development of the two churches tportune time, in view of the upris- I
'Thursday at My Mensingh, Benegal, 1 down to the present day. ings which are today taking place.
in which about 90 persons were in-'-
jured. The clash occurred over de-'h
livery of liquor and herbs used to NOW SOSA
make liquor, from the governamentl SHOWING :-30iR
depot to retail shops. Carts with i7:00-9:E00 IC
armed guards were obstructed byj
civil disobedience volunteers.
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TARE.,DAY
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802 Packard Street ~
TODAY
DINNER SPECIAL
5:30 TO 7:00
SHORT, STEAKS
FRIED POTATOES
AND
TOMATOES
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The voice that has amazed the musical world-back again
in the most glorious of romantic dramas!
An island :zaradise cast at her lovely feet. . . and she
a sailor's song!______

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spurns it for

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STARTING TODAY
Attraction Extraordinary

All Ann Arbor Discriminating Peop'le
Will A ttend A t Least Once This Pro-f
ductions Local engagement"

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OWING TO THEATRE'S LIMITED CAPACITY SEATS WILL BE AT PREMIUM-IT IS TO
YOUR ADVANTAGE TO COME EARLY--IT'S WORTH WAITING HOURS TO SEE -- ALL
SHORT SUBJECTS WILL BE OMITTED EXCEPT NEWS REEL OWING TO ITS GREAT
LENGTH.
Phrasing of words and pictorial matter fail utterly in descriptive data of
Today
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IArch Duchless Maria Louisa-.......Marion Nixon Captain Schmidt .. Win. Vone Brinkcn

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mrantle for home lighting has lark
passed. Electric lighting is now a convert-
ia'nce that rno one would be without'.
Ll ctric e6 oking is as great an improvement
ocr ectric lighting: A million housewives in
the United States rare afready enjoying its
shiver clednlineass, its convenience, its cool-.
ness, and the delicious hiave~r it retains
in foods.
ELECTROCHEF, a ne'w and remarkable kitchen

Its COOLNESS is .a'n odv~anto e every
womamn appreciates, espec;ially in summler}
No loner is a hot, suflfocafing: kitchen
necessary. CLEANLINESS is a feature
that delights all women- Electric heat is
clean as sunlight, and the range itself is as
easily cleaned as a piece of china, Finished-
in allI-white porcelain and never-rust
mirror-like Chromeplate, with smooth,
gleaming surfaces and softly rounded
corners, ELECThOCHEF is a handsome piece
of kitchen furniture. You wit! be proud to

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stave~, meets the modern
demand for SPEED -as
(fast as you want to cook;
for ECONOMY -- costing
but a traction more, with
ordinary care in the con-
trol of heat, than cooking
with the cheapest fuels.
FECTOCHtFS perform-
ance is a revelation: [twill
broil a 1 ¢-inch steak per-
fectly u41 I2minutes;the oven
comes up to 400 degrees
in less than six minutes.
Cooking with ELECTROCHEF
ii coal, clean, pleasant.

If i's EASY TO OWN
an ELECTROCE!
DOWN PAYMENT
puts an L~ECTROCHEF in your
kitchen -in'stalled, ready to
cook. This in - ludes alt necessary
wiring. Ba lance $6 per month.
Cash price installed, $105.

show it to your friends!
ELECTROCHEF'S light, fine-
grained cakes and flaky
pastries will" delight
you: An accurate oven-
temperature control,
from 250 to 600 degrees,
makes consistent baking
easy. ELECTROC H E is cook-
ing simplified--EECTRO-
CHEF is the inevitable
cooking method. Snap
the switch' andI start to
cook! See this remark-
able stove today at any
Detfruit Edison office.

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