fRECESS AT LONDONN
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WEDNESDAY, FEBRlUAR~Y26, 1930
ARMED FORCE E MPLO YEDT O GUARD
INDIA NA FARM L.AND. 'GOD STIKE'a
Vote of, Confidence in French.............:t,''''... ;...:
Cabinet 'Necessary for':
Resuming of Work.
QU'TLCOI(1S9 DU TFULt
Spokesman® Deniesg Rumor of
Tihree.Powek ,Naval .'V
g r e c t . r<vt(y A ssociated -Press) * .
ILONDON', Feb. 25 -A spokesman,.'~
fbo 'the A rcaldl aihto' the ." s,
NvlArms conference, said today
Nhavalf hFrench cabinet doesno} Sand from Cecil Bronnenberg's fay
get a vote of confidence tonight the ontocntigltoth a ut
bol aet and people began to carry away the h
a conference probably hldhvet ecessary t 6employ an armed guard
continue in recess until such time petty thievery.
as France has a government andi is
able to send a delegation to Lol- Bn ucu
don. t lr fi
MeeNassigli, alternate ydelegate Sounds; Police F al
and technical adviser to the French
'deegation, arrived 'in' London to Determine .CauseI
from Paris last night and paid a r
courtesy 'visit to Prime' Minister Police headquarters was arousedc
MacDonald this morning.' He ex- at 4:25 yesterday morning, by the (tl
pressed the, hope in behalf of Pre- lei lnigo h is a
-uiier Chautemps that *,the new tional Bank'burglar alarm. Officer Q
)P'iench delegates would arrive. to-
morrow ready to take =up the work Albert fleusel responded at once r
where it was left off last week by With the police flyer,
'the downfall of the Tardieu' min- Two hours and a' half later theI
lstry.' alarm sounded again. This time,
At the same time the news re- however, poli'ce did not respond to
ports reaching Loridon from -Paris the call as comning' in broad clay- f
made it appear doubtful Whether light, it did not appear as ominous
Chautemps 'would gain a vote 'of as the first -alarm. p
confidence, 'and 'these cast -~ a new The ceause of the alarms, have not b
glom over oonference circles.' been determined by police investi-
. Prime Minister~ MacDonald, as- "ration,; so electricians are now con-,1
suniin that tfie Frynch delegation ducting oiae of their 'own.3
will arrive here tomorrow, has pro- __________________
posed a meeting. of the heads of
deleations Thursday,, morning.
A British 'spokesman -today saidNOW U
that a, three-power pact-the Unhit- SHOWING
ed States, Great Britain and Japan WE
-has never 'been considered as a SALLY O'NEIL--JOI-
way' out~ of the difficulty arising
frbi theFrenh poiticl' cisis in
fr m t e F e c oiia--cii._He 'sai~d' such a pact would not ' be "
'considered ,constructive, as it- was t
recognized , that "an effective 'dis- tri. ws, 4Iz ,111 x
armament agreement must. include .
F~rance. o y .
,:Regarding a Mediterranean pact, * 01'* -x ,""
he said, no formal 'proposal for,
-such had ever been made. (A I
Gores Will ddlress " Ai
~Jazz, by Radi4
Radio Pictures, usuall;
of such titanic epics as
tuned in on the wrongz
fin ."Jazz Heaven," the c
ture at the Wuerth.
other musical talkie, ti
little to lift it above m
The story is that of a
out composer-pianist, it
put over by the little ga
in a musical publisher
Mack Brown (the old
foot ball star) and Sall
as well as possible in p
few entertaining comned
are provided by the ecc+
'ners in the music purl
one of whom, Joseph
my, be remembered foi
lent bits as the cafe
street Gir1," and in17
of the Shrew."
'Despite good record
Heaven" only rates a hi
Cohan inj the Ta
One of George. M. Cd
cal comedies, "Little Jolh
pr:ovides the first scr
for tiny comedian &h
lik~ewise of Broadway
at' the Oriental in DE
with +a vaudeville show
tie film has
I who works
y O'Neill do
oor roles. A
That the Glider section of the.
University i's well known was at-
tested yesterday by a statementI
made by Percy Warn, one of the
:ountry's leading, college pilots,
who presided ,ever the first meeting
of a Glider club just organized ,at
New York University.
"The 'University of Michigan," he
said, "is takinig the lead in th'e mid-
west in this comparatively new
sport and we at New York Univer-
Aity are prepared to showt the way,
to the colleges of the East.
"Gliding is a great sport. It is
surprisingly inexpensive and amaz-
ingly safe. In all, the history 'of
gliding, as distinct from solaring,
there have been virtually no Seri-j
mi11 L' 0ffi rl ntc Pv jin ** rn!.n 1
York Gliding Carnival to be held
April 26 and 27 under the auspices
of the National Glider Association
at the Old Belleclaire Country Club,
Bayside, L. "I.
Karl W. Betts, secretary of the
National Glider association, De-
troit, reports that there are al-
ready 26 glider clubs in America,
with scores-of others in process of
organization. He is confident that
there will be 1,000,000 trained pilots
in the United States within five
Ottawa -.ii d xpert
IVisits Museum Here
UNI VERSI TY GLIDER SECTION CITED
AS FOREMOST OF MID-WEST CLUBS,
Western Air Exprcs.; Pilots
Missing in Ari ona
OFFICIALS NOT WORRIED
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 25-Search
of the storm-swept area betweeni
here and Kinginan, Ariz., was re-
sedtoday for James Doles and
Albert W. Beider, Western Air Vx-
press pilots, missing since they left
Kingman Airport at 11:45 a. in. on
Sunday. Four planes which flew
over the territory Monday returned
to Los Angeles Monday' night with
reports that they had seen no trace
of the flyers or their plane.
The two pilots, flying a tri-mo-
tored passenger' plane, were return-
ing from. Kingian; where early
Sunday they had' flown with a par-
ty from Los Angeles. Thiey carried
nopassengers on' the return flight.
,Wen they failed to arrive here on
Sunday night, company officials as-
sumned they had made an emnergen-
cy landing to avoid a storm. Fail
ure to hear from them Monday,
however, was the signal to ;begin a
irni near Chesterfield, Indiana, waE
tof $30 a ton. 4 "rush" followed
land in tubs' and baskets. It' was
before a stoip could be put to 'this
for L®Cal Post Office'
Improvements to consist mainly
in new equipment in the . wash
C~l*il 1Y JLi t Uub ac l .uel , v eAL AtA r 'L LLA AAJ
veying firm, !where thousands skim over the Percy A. Tavene r, bird expert
tCawthorn, earth in these motorless planes"' from the ViCtoria -Museum in Otta-
rr his excel- I The New York club hopes to1 wa, Canada, is visiting the Uu~iver-
owner in ( make such progress that it will 'I6sity Museum building this week in
The Tamping' be able to participate 'i'n the New order to inspe'ct American methods
of preservation and mounting. He
ding, "Jazz Sek tM e is being' advised by Norman A.
igh D. ' Adams Sek tM e Wood, curator of birds at the Mu-I
lies. iui at Wilkes-Barr;, Penn. seum of Zoology, and by James
______s-Wod, a~drms and mounting
anny Jones," Dr. Randolph G.,f Adams, cus- expert connected; with the Museum.
'eeni vehicle todian of the Williamn L. Clements Tavenen plans- to compare Ca-
ddie Buzzell, library, addressed a meeting Mon- nadian and American methods of
fame. It's day night of the Wyoming Histori- museum bird work: in order to im-
etroit, along tcal and Geological Society at prove the Ottawa exhibit's fac'ili-,
v headed. by Wilkes-Barre, Penna. He will re-I ties. The Victoria Museum is one
turn to Ann Arbor tomorrow after-'ofth oldest in f'tpe Dominion -of
B. J. A. noon. ,. 'Caaa
(studio Club M eetig
Featur ed by a talk on "Student
Life in' Paris," 'by Walter J. Gores,
of the College, of Architecture. the
Studio club will hold its first meet-
ing under ''the new name at 8
o'clock ;Thursdayat the Women's
Leagu~e building. Mr. Gores ' has
Spent considerable 'time in Paris,
whfere he 'as a lecturer on the fac-
silty of Louvre.
'n exhibition of water colors and
charcoal dr* wings 'byr Alexis Lap-
teff, 29A, tr~easurer of the- club, 'will,
be exhibited ,'at the meeting. Ac-
cording ' to "'Abra.hamnWaron off,
'30A, newly-appointed chairman. of
the program committee, it is
planned to run a one-mxan exhibi-'
tion by a member' of the club at
. Waron off announced 'that ar-
rangements were being made to se-
'cure-'a fnumber of' men prominent
ihi the world of art "to come toi Ann
-Arbor 'anid speak 'at "the coming
T ihe Studio club, which formerly
went under the name of the 'Cam-
pus' Art- club, was recently formal-
'ly 'recognized and grante'd a chair-.
ter by 'the Student Coun-cil; Which
bo6dy officially approved the ten-'
'ttive constitution which had been
drawvn up for the organization:'
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' And the Star of "The Cock-
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comnical car ers 'with the cuties.
o ati This time in Gay 'Payee!
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