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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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IMPEACHMENT OF MELLON PLANNED
BY REPRESENTATIVE PATMAN, TEXAS
I-JAPANESE1

BUS TRAGEDY ERD
Bryan Unteidt Is to be Guest of
President; Will Get View
of Siamese Royalty.

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ANN ARBOR NEWS-BRIEFS

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Collision Wrecks 'Two
Autos; No One Hurt
Two cars were wrecked in a col-
lision at the intersection of Huron
avenue and Seventh street yester-

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yester

WASHINGTON, April 29.-(/P)--
The welcome of a president and a

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left, of Texas, said he would offer a r
Andrew Mellon, secretary of the trey
session of congress.

New Morality Sc
in Address to

glimpse, at least, at royalty were - age.
the due today of 13-year-old Bryan day afternoon, when vehicles driv- Univf
Untiedt. en by H. A. Loprete and Paul C. was
As guest of President Hoover Ray, both of Detroit, collided head- who
Ahe yuest of theCsidt sHooeron. According to police reports gel, v
the boy hero of the Colorado schoolRay was driving west on Huron foun
bus tragedy was at the White avenue and Loprete was going. in she a
House while the king and queen the opposite direction when the ac- Ac
nof Siam attended a presidential cident occurred. No injuries were Ganz
Sdinner in their honorreported. Steur
Bryan probably will not sit at _______ ______-__
the table tonight with King Prajad-
hipok and Queen Rambai Barni,!A NU LPR P RAV
but he is expected to find a con- INVOLVES NUME RO
venient corner from which he can
peek at the gold braid and formal-
ity which accompany a dinner for Unusual Record Made io Avoid piled
esolution royalty. Errors in Making Parchments green
sury, on The White House announced for 2,000 Graduates. Ischo
Tuesday that Bryan was on his way gMe
Sto accept the president's invitation To print, letter, sign and seal over 20d
to spend a night at the executive 2,000 diplomas every June is no n20;
ored mansion. The invitation was ex- small job. It keeps Mrs. Lou H. ans
tended after Mr. Hoover returned Ranson of the business department and
Clergy from Porto Rico and read how of the University and her staff busy I
Bryan had removed his own wraps the year around getting the many fees
(P)-The to protect school mates trapped in diplomas issued annually by the This
Zs, rector the blizzard last month. On the Regents ready for the occasion. pisn
the Vir- bvas were 21 children. Five of them This years stock of parchment pri
-including Bryan's youngest bro- came from England, and the act- ers,
I he be- ther-froze to death, but the re- the*
or- io~~Jdal form of the diploma was print-
of their mainder were saved largely because ed by the E. A. Wright banknote are1
d ethical the boy kept them active, company in Philadelphia. After
rms with Since the president had so many that the rest of the work is left for PG
ening the engagements recently, and since the Treasurer's office. J
vnh n-Bryan, recovered not long ago from As fast as the diploma gees are
vnth an- the effects of the experience, the Asfsashedpmaeear
e Protes-' the ecs ofthe e nce, the paid, the printing and binding de-
visit was postponed until today.patntoth University goes C
America The White House said a govern- abrt n othe long and tedious task Ret
ment official who happened to be of lettering each degree; formerly sent
i Colorado left Denver with the this was done all by hand, but now cour
Bryan arrived at the White House oyeach name is set in type and print- he c
shortly after 9 o'clock this morn- ed on the diploma. Only honorary a m
LnL s Hortl aftere9ao'lockuthisdmorndegrees now have the distinction stoo
-g. 'I Heworea blue suit and car- 1O

iversity Employee Cunningham Discusses Legality
akes Life in Cistern of Chain Store"Measures
in United States.
jumping into a cistern at his
at 221 W. Ann street early Legality of chain store legislation
rday morning, George Steur- will be the theme of anladdres by
, a janitor employed by the
ersity, took his own life and John A. Cunningham, secretary of
discovered by police officers the Iowa State -association, before
were called by Mrs. Steurna- the state convention of the Michi-
wife of the dead man, when she gan Retail Grocers and Meat Deai-
d that he was missing when
arose. ers association this morning in the
:ording to Coroner Edwin C; Union,
thorn, who examined the body, Delegates, who yesterday were,
rnagel died by drowning. welcomed to Ann Arbor by Mayor
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CINCINNATI, April 29.-
Rev. Granville M. William
of the Church of St. Mary
gin, New York City, said
lieved Christians, because
fundamental religious an
views, could not come to te
"the new morality," in op
discussions of the fifty-se
nual church congress of th
tant Episcopal Church of

V OF DIPLOMAS
US DIFFICULTIES
the following number of de-
s are to be issued in each
ol: Litetrary college, 893; En-
ering and Architecture, 266;
ical, 158; Law, 148; Pharmacy,
Dental, 72; Education, 106; Bus-
s Administration, 44; Forestry
Conservation, 17; Music, 37,
Graduatte degrees, 415.
he dead line for paying diploma
will be May 24 at 4 o'clock.
will allow sufficient time to
t the diplomas of the late com-
although it greatly facilitates
work of the department if fees
paid before May 1.
lice Find 'Reverend'
Vas Long Crime Slate
LEVELAND, Apr. 29.-(IP)-The
verend" Ralph H. Thurber. who
medical authorities of the
ntry looking up his case when
laimed he expected to die from
alignant oriental disease, today
d revealed by police as an ex-
vict with a long police record.
hurber claimed he had recently
rned from 10 years missionary
k in the Straits Settlements and
ea, but police said during part
hat time he was serving sen-
ces on bad check charges in
o and California penitentiaries.

T [ ~ \JJL, wJu a t p u LLJA..Illeekin UJ. i U
Cites PrmYce'S Tour. the United States Chamber of Com-
to the Secretaryofth eastern United fe merce today that increasing costs
States by Prince Takamatsu, broth- of government are resulting in con-
er- of the Emperor, and his Princess, fiscation of private property and
said their "spontaneous and enthu- destruction of business.
si tsic welcome was because they Judge A. J. Lacy, chairman of the
represented Japan." J1owners'
The Secretary's message follows: property owners' division of the
"It is a great satisfaction to me, National Association of Real Estate
on thi 8day of rejoicing in Japan, Boards, said that the tax situation
o sp e few words to the Japan- throughout the country is critical.
ese people, our friendly neighbors "If the people are to be rescued
acros the Pacific Ocean, We work- from excessive costs of government
ed cordially together last year in and confiscatory taxation, they must
London to bring about a limitation develop in themselves the will to
of naval armament and our success reduce the costs of government," he
there proves our coniedence in each declared.
other.Both the United States and He attacked "obsolete adminis-'
Japan made sacrifices in their naval trative and fiscal systems and the
programs, but each gained, I am archaic structure of government"
convinced, a fleet which guarantees as among the major causes of ex-
national security." cessive taxation.
" ims Made eClear. i Judge Lacey said in part:
"Bu~jt, best of all, these nation~s "The mounting costs of govern-
through their intimate association, ment have been in part due to the
made clear their aims and purposes tendency of public officers, depart-
and because these aims had nom ents, bureaus and governmental
thought of aggression they built up agencies to expand their functions
a firm and lasting friendship. We and extend their power. There is a
can say in all sincerity and grati- certain degree of resistance to a re-
tude that no clouds lie along the trenchment of costs due to the per-
broad expanse of the Pacific to sonal ambitions and selfish inter-
hide one of our countries from the ;ests of vrouns and individuil T is

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riecl a small camera. As he walked
ui the frontn ortic of the enii-

of being inscribed by hand. con
Errors in the diplomas are rare. TI

Chicago Mail Employee Charges
Bribery Is Common in
Department.
CHICAGO, Apr. 29.-(lP)-A state-
ment by Clarence D. O'Connell, a
disoharged Chicago postoffice em-
ploye, that "bribery was common'
knowledge in the postoffice depart-
ment" was before Senator J. J.
Blaine, of Wisconsin, today.1
It was made at thereopening of{{
the hearing of the senatorial sub-
committee investigating postoffice
leases. O'Connell blamed his own
dismissal from the department be-
cause of the knowledge he said he
had of bribery. He did not name
the man he said was involved, but
testified he was an assistant super-
intendent of mails.
Questioned by Senator Blaine, the
witness said he failed to report the
matter because the man involved
was politically strong in Chicago1
and Washington and "it would have
been foolhardy" for him to do so.
Much of Tuesday's hearing con-
cerned a site the Government had
bought on the near west side from
Marshall Field and Co. Henry C.
Geislor, an interstate commerce1
commissioner, said the Government
paid $1,900,000 too much for it.
TYPEWRITER
REPAIRING
All makes of machines.
Our equipment and per-
e o n n e I are considered
among the best in the State. The result
of twenty years' carefui building.

LAIN mnion he11,PU waUsV1Ureeivewth Through the ef icient work of Mrs. Y
tive mansion he was received with Ransom and her staff, only one
the normality accorded all White diploma out of 2,174 issued last
House visitors. June was recorded wrong; this ac-
The great front door was swing curacy is secured by spelling eacht
wide by a uniformed butler and name, after it is set in type, over
Bryan walked inside to have break-
fas inthefamly inig rom.twice. Although an irksome pro-.
fast in the family dining room. cess, it practically eliminates any
Both Mr. and Mrs. Hoover already ca, fo rrorcon teiploma. y
had eaten, as had Herbert Hoover, easear rort ets who had
jr., who arrived earlier in the morn- paid their fee failed to make the
ing from Asheville, N. C., where he pideieea eortradation.
has been recuperatin _ from an ill- grade necessary for graduation. In
has been xcupmrin fro a this case the fees are refunded and
ness for six months, the diplomas defaced. The name
Paraysisand signatures are cut out and the
Wrist Paralysis Hits seal removed; then,in an economi-
Grand Rapids Schools cal fashion known only to the Uni-
versity, the parchments are turned
GI.over to the printing and binding
GRAND RAPIDS. Apr, 29.-(A')- department to be used as book coy-
Health authorities today continued ers.
an investigation of a paralysis of Only the medical and honorary
the wrists that has seized a half degrees follow the old custom of
dozen students in Grand Raids being inscribed entirely in Latin.
schools within thelast two weeks. On these diplomas even the name
Cause of the malady was as much of the recipient is Latinized.
a mystery today as it was when From the tentative list now corn-
the first case was reported. No new
cases have been reported since Sat ---
urday.
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BRIGHT SPOT
802 PACKARD ST.
TODAY, 11:30 to 1:30
SAUERKRAUT, DUMPLINGS
WITH WEINERS
SPAGHETTI, MEAT BALLS
PUDDING
COFFEE3OR MILK
30c
5:30 to 7:30
BAKED STUFFED HEART
SIRLOIN STEAK, A LA CREOLE
ROAST LAMB, MINT JELLY
STUFFED PORK CHOPS
ROAST BEEF
MASHED POTATOES OR
PARSLEY POTATOES
WAX BEANS AND PEAS
35c

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PURDUE UNIVE Y-Accord- '
ing to the Purdue Daily Exponent,
Indiana's contribution to the breath
of the nation is 6,327 carloads of
onions, more than one quarter of
all those produced in this country.

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South State St.

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One man's wife is another man's
tematation..

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WE WILL WRAP AND
MAIL FOR YOU.

He~ thuht his wife. a child, But
eth re and that's
nh child's"ploy) Take a tip_

hull, ~

DON'T BET
ON WOMEN
e.uN D LOW

rAJEAE MacDONALD

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