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lTHE MICHIGAN DAILYp

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J. M. Barrie I'eaches
Seventy-First Year

eputies Favor Foreign
cies of Veteran
Statesman.
ay 9.-)---The way. to
presidency was open to-
ristide Briand, veteran
ister, if M. Briand Ae-
y that he wa.nts that
Luich dignity and little

Says Institution Would Provide
Jnsuralice Againist Whar
on Present Order.
(Continued from Page 1)
"If, by stabilization, we mean
complete stabilization, with never
a ripple on the surface of the in-
dustrial stream, and i'f, by elimi-
nating unemployment, we mean a
condition in which no one is ever
out of a job, we are undoubtedly
talking nonsense. A millenium of
this sort is probably no more de-
sirable than it is possible. Our goal
should be the elimination of those
major and exaggerated peaks and
valleys of the business cycle which
can certainly be generally accepted

(Eastern Standard Time) Ii

BUCKLEY BIUEB1
BY ROBERT 0AMA'

3.2 the chan-
ay night re-
proval of his
after a fiery
a determined
opposition to

Pt
Lucrezia Bori, famous soprano of
the Metropolitan Opera company
will be the. guest artist on the Sim-
mons program to be broadcast over
the Columbia chain. through sta-
tion WXYZ, WOWO, and WEAN
from 7:30 to 8:00
o'clock M on d ay,
May 11._ Among the
numbers which she
wvill sing will be the
1 a r i a, "Gavotte,"
f r o m Massenet's
...,opera "Mannon,
in which she made
her operatic debut
in this country in
1913. Radio listen-
Lucrezia Boi ers have been wait-
ing a long time to hear such a
stellar singer as Lucrezia Bori and
her program Monday night will in-
clude numbers which should please
all music lovers.
Sunday, May 10
4:00-Pop Concerts - Cleveland Concert or-
chestra--WGY, WTAM, WENR
5:20-RADIO LUMINARIES, Breen and de
Aose-WREN, WJZ
5:30-Howard Dandies, 'Ben Alley with Fred-
die Rich's orchestra-WABO, WEAN
6:00-Rudy Vallee and his Connecticut Yan-
kees--WJZ. WREN4
6:30-THE GAUCHOES. Vincent Sorey, Tito
Guizar-WGR, WEAN, WLBW
NATHANIEL SHILKRET-WWJ, WGY
7:00-MAURICE CHEVALIER-WWJ, WTAM
Devils, drugs, and doctors - WXYZ,
WOWO, WEAN
7:15--SENATOR BORAH on Collier's hour-

STOP

WJR, WLW, KYW
8:00--Irene Sordoni, Thle Coty Playgirl-I
WXYZ, WOWVO, WEAN
8:15-Billie Burke, Nct !Brusiloff - WLW,
WREN, WGAR
9:00-JESSE CRAWFCRD, Paul Small -
WXYZ, WOWO, WEAN
9:30-Slumber Hour, Ludwig Laurier-WJR,
WLW, KDKA
10:30--LOS ARGENTINOS, tango orchestra-
WJR, KDKA, KWK
Around the Samovar. Peter Bilijo's
Balalaika orchestra-W ABC, WEAN,
Russian CathedIral Choir--WW J, WTAM,
WENR
11:00-Quiet Harmonies, VIncent Sorey -
WABC, WK8W, WEAN
South Sea Islanders with Joseph Rodg-
ers, tenor-WGY, WENR, WEAF

Wealthy Detroiter
Commission He

Tells Radio
Sponsored

WMBC Attacks.
DETROIT, M a y 9.-()-Robert
Oakman, wealthy and prominent
Detroiter, came to the defense of
station WMBC and Gerald E. Buck~-
ley, its slain announcer, Friday. H1e
told representatives of the federal
radio commission that he was a
sponsor of Buckley's attacks on the

BURR

PATTERSON'S

IN AT

convincing a testimon1-
ularity as any French'
tas had in many years,
chamber lobbies there
tle doubt that the man
was meted may have
toffice of the French
Lsuccession to Gaston
if bie wishes.,
gr'oups of the chamber
o ned today to send a
o I. B~riad to request
ounce his canididacy for
ney, to which someone-
ed by the national as-
y 13. The only other
who has put his foot
the president of the
1Doumner, who probably
cted if. M. Briand turns
opportunity through a
to contirnue in the for-
of confidence sends M.'
Ite forthcoming meet-
,oncil of the League of
Geneva with a full en-
of his efforts to effect
-,l trea'ties which he
Je1b&te Friday had made f
difficult than at any

Sir .Tames M.Barrie
LONDON, May 9.-(IP,)-Sir Jamts
Barrie, father of Peter Pan, was 71
years old today.
He planned no 'special celebra-
tion of, his anniversary, intending
to stroll,- as usual about. London's
streets in the brown suit, hat and
topcoat in which he is always seen.
Woolworth',s t®oHold
Openng Clebrtons
The local F. W. Woolworth store,
which was burned March 5, is being
remodeled and increased in size,
John Spetter, manager, announced
yesterday.
At pre-opening inspection day
festivities, May 15, there will be an1
orchestra and entertainment, Spet-
ter said.

as disasters."
Unemployment was termed by
the New York executive as "the.
greatest tragedy of the exaggerated
business cycle," further adding that
this was "not only a problem in-
volving human lives and happiness
and an economic waste, but also a
political problem of the first im-
portance."
He also scored speculation of the
gambling kind', over-production,
and: international rivalry, for their
part in tending to cause depres-
sions.

Monday, May 11 mUUerworm aia sau iiJwu~uu u"
4:15-Gypsy Music Makers, Emery Deutsch,} crime" If the station Should lose
conductor-WGR, WABC, WBCM itlc&s
5:00-Ludwig, Laurier directing string ensem is iene
ble--WTAM, WGY, WENR The financier andi veteran leader
5:15--MORMON TABERNACLE CHOIR and in municipal politics appard a '
organ---WLW, WHAM, WJZ I-
5:25--Baseball scores-WJR1 government witness in rtehern
5:30-Roy W. Howard of Scripps-Howard Eont alleged "irregularities" hc
Newspapers-WTAM, WEAF
5:45-Lowell Thiomas-WLW, KDKA may cost WMBC renew~al of its li-
6:45-ROXY SYMPHONY CONCERT, direc-
tion. Erno Rapee-WLS, WENR, WJZ ene
7:15--Andy Sannella-WWJ, WTAM, WKY Previously, Buckley's defrui} ia-
7:30--LUCREZIA BORI on Simmons Hour- toSo the underworldt had en WYWWWA
Gold Medal Express, Carson Robinson- pictured by Thomps H. Ragani, Tfr-
WJR, WLW, KoKA . mrmngro h t.ir~ ~
Harry Horlick directing A&P Gypsies-me n agrothsainste
83-G.M. Program m with Lois Rennet, so- rbut s fO21 abes
:3prano-WWJ, WTAM, WGN -tbuin frm gn1lrS,
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