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PLANiS COMPLETEDVS11ILTANEOUS TRANSLATO R'FOR ALL LANGUAGES. HISOLE LTLDYA. M. Jackson Stoent0E
SOLVES PROBLEM OF INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES Navy Hono tdn
'~l~jt~II~lBOSTON-(AP)-Out ofUNKNOWNd IA^ II SEE
of Edward A Filene, Boston mer-
~Schant, has come an instrument td
OFM N F C U E break down language barriers whent c lgs lnsIFetaton
men of many tongues meet. : of Skeletons Found Near og
A 'simultaneous translater," con-; I Pleasant Lak.3
Several Hundred Expected Here1 ceived and developed by Filene ;
for Annual Sessions aei osbefd~gts WILL DETERMINE RACEj
from half a dozen nations to re-r
June 11 cerve, each in its own languageIStde
the words of a speaker while he isil emdea Lnv'~DT
TO VISIT LABORATORIES speaking., ;sity museums by Dr. W. P. Hin7-+5 ET
The device was used last sum-I ae utda fMcia rf-saci
Prof.Floy Firston Wil Clie me at he iterntionl laor cn- ology, in an attempt to de r. iaiPda o
Pr f l y iest n ilfi e rmerceat fthe n e ati o fN l a trions he hr-wo s elt ns unthh en of
Address on Reseach in frneo;h eau fNtosSaturday at Pleasant Lake. ree-
Son' tGnvadwslae o he dom township, are of whie or In- SivO: De
Pashv bencmltdfrber of Commerce at Amst srdamn. I First:§w::.c: traces of the ony deposits I early Si
-Pashv encmltdfr Stand in a gallery of the center- ' otn;dutan cilrer uisTe
the annual meeting of Michigan jec aladwthiti pr-w oee i h omo l'~
Manufacturers with the depart- tion: cwheich ate isfor of r n
ment~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ ~ ofegneigrsac;fte ASair ssekn oa u-Nwhen Louis Vogel of Pleasant Lakertl e
Uer enivesyhic wilne heldItisi ence made upj)of GermansI made excavations to obtain ravelMyr
yeronWdnsaynunc1.Ihi English, Swedes and Chi- T'-he pit is on land owned by Sam- jM
Frenchtatseerlhudrdejye
exetd ta eea ude'nese, few o whom understand any reel Hieber.
representatives of the principal it'agaeou hi wni ro o o -cut rmna
odu s trie s o f th e s ta te w ill b e in a t- ; l n u g b u t h i o w .A i r p of B y S u s f o m e a
tendarice. j
istranslatorsUin t 0o'lok sit at hooded micro-! the remaining bones, although theInPi
Iphones. As the Spaniard speaks,} Jawbone was not found. Half a 1
th istorsnbttth en n 0clock, Ieach translator converts the words]. The deposit was found about fivePakp
tevstrwilbtaeich rIihto a different Iamgtfge and mur- feet from the surface of a knoll !
tof gueieeo nvrsityTinspeci murs them into his microphone. overlooking the la!ke. Scouts re- S:Ca
tore. thed heenuiesitynlofFrm actmcrphnewires ! i prted that the adult skeleton was tCa
tores.Atthe oncusinx.on the desk of eeyto. ~ na crouched position.thenon
tor hywl ahra ilad-I delegate. The box has a pair of While unwilling to make state-tepl
torium where Regent Perry Shortseaphnsndtodl d Language barriers at international meetings are ended by a simul-?mlstdya ote"psil
of Saginaw will speak onlme "The is er taneous translator developed by Edward A Filene (owr right), Boston ;ient toda st the poltosDr is-benumbier
Value of Research". er Chris - governs volume. The other i-e merchant. Group (top) is shown listening to translations of a speech dentitfatthechl skeletnD.Hn- Photo ume
tian, University organist, will give schs heingutaesintodwhich the' made by a group of translators (lower left). etd alesidothe fatthat oildsne-?IA. MBurney Jackson ; Meyerj
a brie orga recial. idelegate adjusts that dial to the! ish scientist, are perfecting enables It has cut almost in half the time adult might indicate that the re- Regimental commander at Anna-1,ocpr
Sadler to Preside. 1 anuage he wants. multi-lingual conferences to pro- needed to transact business, and mains were of Indian origin, since polls naval academy, who has been Men
DenHret .Sde, fteIThe machinery which Mr. Filne tceed almost as rapidly as if all the has reduced expenses of meetings Whndahocre o mte selected as recipient of the highest Myrh'app.
colleges of engineering and archi- !and Prof. A. Gordon-Findlay, Brit- priiat pk h aetnu.addlgtscrepnigy and child at the ame time, both Mye
tecture, will preside at the annual' _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ participants spoke the sam e tongue, andwer btried in he s meditelHeatud nt onosrgiespyot edsc oollLa str
luncheon at the Union, which will I H rad r xetdt ae mr positive His home is in Baton Rouge, La. seconds
be held at 12:45 o'clock. The visit-'1HYBRIDIZINI~G EXPERIMENTS PROVE Havr tudient saeet ed yteedo h 'the pol1
ing manufacturers will be welcom- I GR TF I G T(IH D P R M N ln week, he said.irivsA t the hea
ed by President Alexander G. Ruth- I- Jumps From Plnes---, Atct..
yen and the response will be made' utala oenm n no t . 3 lilt h
byS .Uly rsdn fte(Green Sunfish Female and Male with the comparatively immature i Ad de(y.Pes The po
Michigan Manufacturers' Associa- Bu ilRa aml.ea oYears o age an h rseir .i:~ and ba
tion and vice-president and gen- ( 'older male who has peen in the - DETROIT, june 2-An alien- !until a
eral manager of the Michigan Steel Friday's frying pan may have (museum since October of 1928 have CMP(ByAssocaed Pess) (rJJ,x ouirt It'>. s I uggling arphiw'e camne out se- it.
Castings Co. more fish from flow on, if hybridiz- been so successful that another at- lA frDieVENS, assJn - SaE, . WJn D nd best fi:a crtest with an ien-i Detec
Firestone Will Speak. ing experiments being conducted I tempt at hybridization is being at- Ipleafrlife t form adsbedair-prturetoofse150 men rc oto certain ds
an, uaifctin ormmbrsiptitstoserh orgodmarked; migration +t ,pctor's automobile I squadv
Prof. Floyd A. Firestone of the{ by the University museums fisheriesI tempted with the same blue gill. A! in the Caterpillar club, but without !inauguration today of the govern- Sunday. Then inspector, StanleyI found a
physics department will deliver the department contintue as successfully second spawning will be dubiously a parachute has been mnade by a' ment's scheme to promnote gold ! aso reporte
principal address on "Research in as they have hitherto proves. expected, due to the fact that al-1 avr senior, prospecting amiong unemployed Garimortant catrs a number o rested I
Sound." Professor Firestone's in- Planning to create fish in the though one male commonly enough HrardWlim ulr a-popcorgpY iipra atrst his credit, garage
vestigations in the field of sound aquarium similar to those found in nests with several females in na- orThilimePler gia-p ospermnupidcm-i rv i arit h pnigpo at
and sound measurement, many of nature, Dr. Carl Hubbs curator ofj ture, for a period of several weeks, airdilot, drovehisdanmecioa ing outfits and tools and appointed pler of the machine, breaking it men a
roehtheme made in the interests of large the fish division of the UniversityI there may be a doubt as to his de- group of treces near ee after thean tewid nd ncenly five geological surveyors to visit theadth id nd nietly Dete
industrial concerns, have given him I museums, placed a blue gill male1 sire to build two separate nests engine had backfired and set fire± zones in which the men will bei,! land d
anational reputation in this field, Iand a green sunfish female fish to- for spawning. i en ral otesi atWdedy.Tewrigadgv ehia die reking the front of his autom- ben
He was one, of the chief speakers gthr n Fry t ' anktrewe sHp elt is bing thatlyplane had just taken off and was I Tne men will get free rail way',il.night a
at the annual meeting of the ago. LatFia heabtosbse nteaalssta a about 150 feet in the air. Jumping transportation and an alowanceeof Z aramabo, sliht y cut by glass the tw
American Acoustical society in male laid a stone nest in a corner (shown that fish spawn sooner in1 as the craft hit, he slid through the 20L shillings (about S5) weekly. from his windshield, jumped out as and Sa
New York City last month.I of the tank. Saturday spawn made warm weather than in cold. The; branches safely to the ground."
\The luncheon will conclude the their appearance, and according to temperature of the aquarium, many The paecahdadbre ST. LOUIS -(AP)-- Planes flew tepilto w plane fled, Zaram- ofhcers
formal program, but the different the opinion of Mrs. Carl Hubbs, j degrees warmer than that of the and discovery of the ruins later 425,384 miles and carried 115,9631aoarstdteto leswonrum r
UnDiversity laboratories will be open I who is watching the development ofi outdoors, has already been a fa- !started an "airplane mystery." Ful-i pounds of mail in the first year'sI were cowering in the plane. They (that t]
fdr- further inspection. The golf the embryonic fish parents, the lit-Itor in causing' the fish to spawn Ier did not report immedia tely to operation of the St. Louis-Omaha. are Ayriazo Tled, 31 a Macedon- ivesa of
courses of the city have been plac- I te ones are rapidly developing. now instead of in July, whic h isI civil authorities and his feat did line. The route is operated by anl Greek, andt Zwa Cheveson, 49, asaec
ed at tbe disposal of the guests. t he result of the experiment! the usual mating time. not become knw nisama.1nvrsllns umna.ite hc

ROIlOFI6EHST,
unners Who Shot Officcrs,
it; Two H =oodlums Meet
Jndcrworki Death.
~LAND IS DESERTED
OIT, June 2.-Police wero
Lg the unde'rworld heC r to-
the slayers of two patrol-
Grosse Point Park. exclu-
troit suburb, who fell be-
e bullets of ruin runners
utnday.
shooting victims, described
rchief as the "best men in
artinent," were Erhardt W.
28, and Claude Lanstra, 24.
rand Lanstra were sent out
for a car which knocked
Lnd seriously injured Mrs.
sco, 56, of Highland Park.
block from the Grosse Pointe
ilice station on East Jeffer-
e., near the outlet of Lake
ir', where ruin runners are
to land cargoes of liqu6r,
ce car caine, upon an auto-
apparently bearing license
*s of the car they sough t.
jumped out to qu~estion its
nts.
in the car began firing as
)roachied, and Patrolman
fell, shot through the head.
iopened :fire, but in a few
slumped over the wheel of
ice car, shot three times in
d and onc'e under the heart.
ess said 35 shots were fired..
um runners' car speed away.
lice car was in reverse gear
eked slowly down the street
man ran out and stopped
Atives of the Detroit Italian
wvere called in. Sunday thley
a bullet-pierced car with the
,d license number and ay.-
F'rank DeMercurio, in whose
it was located, his fathe °,
znd Frank Salanonec. The
.e held for questioning:
Atives said they found gang-
.eser ted Sunday. There had
double slaying Saturday
nd police sought to connect
o crimes. Caspardi Scibiia.
mn Parrino were shot in what
said they thought was a
nners' feud. Thus far the
>nnecting link is the fact
he bullets which took tic
fthe patrolmen are of the
:aliber as those which killed
>odlums.

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