THE MICHICAN DAILY'
;ets Vigo(vx us
i i a i R if L/ i l R iwI 1
SMITH WILL FLY
Will Retain Status Quo
pmn, States Minister,
Vatican Concr- s.
I, May 16.--( II)--Vigorous
e ilese i .'protestlug
wcek' de riiction 01, Ru-
,l~hecurDh proper ty in
ire rnder cons ideration to-
he _repubican government.
s by oYincidence ther'e was
1also a.~ statement by the
of jur iice, 11erai do de
that th e provisional gov-
ilntfndEd to bring about,
tion If church and state,
hmnent ~ which has bec111
ed for etr
diate steps\WI etake-n
newly aupoiri ?.<A jridicail
board to _v, ',up a ba~ssf
ato fred, explaining th at -Gh~e
ild be premsetd tl ewvli
onstituent corte~s, or eei i-
al alonvention, for a d -'
fCase Also Wins Membership in
Dr. Alexander G. 1Ruthven, Pres-
ide:,t of the University and direc-
tor of1,. TheIUiversit m uus, and
D7r. Ermi ine COCse, director of the
?a .'aeumr of pa'leontology, were re-
cently admitted to the American
PhaAlr ophi Cal so ciety."
Foundel d in 174 X3, the society is
an outg;rowth of Denjamin Frank-
lin'F Jun ta, "a club for mutual im-
prov-,ment through discussion of
any point of morals, politics, or
Icluded1 in the member hip of
the organization have been 12
United States Presidents. Twenty-
five America n embers were ad-
mitted this year instead of the
cu~stomary fifteen, and only three
Europeans. Nine American Nobel
prize winners are listed on its ros-
The organization was patterned
after the Poyal Society of London,
and was the forerunner of scienti-
Dr. RuZthven is classified by the
siociety as being President of the
Unniversity of Miichigani, director of
the University museums, an au-
thority in certain hields of verte-
brate zoolog y, and has guided var-
Dr. Cass, is listed as being pro-
fessor of historical geology and
paleontology, and for 20 years be-
ing associated with the Carnegie
institution of Washington. He has
conducted 34 expeditions for fossil
collecting in American fields. He
was the past president of the Pale-
ontological Society of America.
Ultiatum Is Issued
to Doukhobor Sects
WJvhat's Going on
;ichigran-Diucan Renaldo and
Ediwina Booth in "Trader Horn."
Majestic-Robert Ames and Mary
Aslor in " Behind Office Doors."
'Wucri-George S id n ey and
Chaarles, Murphy in "Cohens and
Kellys in Africa."
Lecturac--'tPersoyns and Personal-
iniese," by Prof. J. J. Brumin of the
journalism department, 3:30 o'clock
in Lane hall.
lip-JN b, FORCE LNI
GOVENOR TTA iCKSq
'Wild Bill' Mur:ray Charges Ten
F-ims /WIth MIoopCols;3I
Ob ains Ijunctions.
OL.A yHO.jA CITY.,-May 16.--(ii')
j -Gov. W. zH. Alfalfa D1ill" M-.urray
has sta rtedi ouster p-O. Cedcin.s w ith
unexpected cel1rity g- ~t10 hpub-
lic u1tility ccmpanie s of tstte.
for Murray, late k'rlida y Icd suit
-in st9E te suprfiee courxt a i for-
feiture of the compan,,ie-s' holdings
in Oklahomna, confis:catlion of their
properties, and an, injunction. to
prevent their continued operation.
Speedy action was necesasary,
Hirsh said, to forestall p :ssble re-
moval of p roperties to veil alleged
law violations. A meeting for trans-
fer of the properties was sched-
uled for this morning in New York,
"We hiave rushed the filing of
the petition," he said, "to give full
notice of the nature of the pro-
Paul Robeso n Loses
Voice After Matinee
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HARRISBURG -- (, P) "Gratitude
eveni more t han lovIe 11sh oul d be the
eyoeon MtersD,,Y next Sun-
day" sidG vr Jr ichiot today.
"Mohes re uecramof human 1r -
ity." " 1.n .l dht day has
been °et sd.f hiepcal
a day Iinhe siu.Singf is the
finest 1time(,inl te ye4-ar-to think
about mothiers8. Do nut forget May
Appar~ng yes-lerday before Jus-
tice JTay hi. .aync, .alene Ml'arie
Keff, 2635 Studervant avenue De-
troit. and Florencc KefT, 16155
Princeton, also of Detroit, were
each fined $25 and costs of $6.95
for dlsoraci~y conduct,.
PREPARE FOR THE
Fined for Conduct.
" =^Y Associated Pressuo
L t. aEdwaul Smith,
Of thel united States Coastgurd,
w10 will ly tothe North pole
abo.a d the Grof Zeppelin in July,
as a. mem-ber o, the exploring party.
zpa:,- nuncio, Msgr. }Federizo'
n~o, conferred for ma re iN
hour Friday with the xpr' o- P-P
niora Torres, and while ;nlo John Factor Sells Fake Stocks,
ment was made of the r a- Worth '$5,00,000,to
their conversation it v :s;9 s
rod that th~e nuncio souni l- investors.
ong note of prCICGotayest.'- fr
w ReainStatus Quo. HIC 4,'My16-A- fr
s W-o sreealed, however,.,1 e barber was sought today by
interview may have been. -fAMerican ag-6nts and detectives for
tale: "I have been in- I! h rts oeneti on
th~ Some newspapers, saidthBrtsGoen nticne-
been insttpired by the vat i tion with an- alleged stock swindle
,erlyssi the Spanish gay- in England, which may -involve a
;This was one of the shat-~ total close to $51,000,000.
11ussed today in the inter- ~John, Factor, known as "Jake the
ve the~ papal nur io and 1a-1r, when he conducted.a, cut-
Rios said that pe-nding ac -'rate barber shop in Halsted street,'
the 'constituent cortes the )' a t e manl. 'Tie officers also were
question would retainss ckn his companion, Harry
Ao in Spain, although "thiS 'Green also known as Ge en. The
upon what attituzde therwne mnwr acsdoffec
takes." . Wnemeweeacsdoflc
id that he did not believc + n g'thouisands of middle class in-'
final primate, Pedro Segura; Vetors in England through high
~,archbish'op of T.oledo) pe SAcsure salesmnanship of fraudul-:
pastoral letter urging Ca-,, ! ent stock shar es.
o elect parliamsent ary cdep-. A third mn alleged to have
io would defend the church ' eenin,olved with them, was re-
ied for the recent distuir- p)Ortecl under arrst in New York.
would return to Spail . The HEis name was given as Harry
is en route to Romxe. -&li ne.
Two Pilots Land Burning Plane
Near Aberdeen, Indiana,
With No Injuries.
ABERDEEN, Ind., May l0.-(4P-
Aircraft experts today sought to
discovei the cause of a fire aboard
an Eastern Air Transport plane
that made a forced landing at
Edgewood arsenal with smoke pour-
ing from the cabin containing 18
passengers, none of whom was in-
jured. As the craft touched the
ground flames burned a hole in
the lower left wing. Soldiers assist-
ed the passengers, one a woman, to
The plane, en route from Rich-
mond to New York Friday after-
noon, was flying at an altitude of
1,500 feet when the pilot, A. C.
Komdat, observed smoke filling the
control room. Five miles away he
saw the landing field at Edgewood
and nosed the big plane down. The
co-pilot, G9. J. MacDonald, tried to
get at the flames 1with an extin-
guisher but was unsuccessful.
A second plane was summoned
from Washington and eight of the
;passengers continued their journey.
The rest made plans to complete
their trip by rail.
LONDON. M a y' l6.--(P) -Paul
Robeson, American Negro who is
playing the principal role in Eu-
gene O'Neil's "Hairy Ape" here,
has lost his voice temporarily and
has had to cancel Friday night's
Rcbecon played in Friday's mat-
iness but phoned afterward to say
he could only whisper. He since
wvent to the country and at the
theatre it was not know if he
would play tonight. His wife said
that he had been troubled by his
throat all week. His part in the
play is vocally arduous.
INDIANA-The W.A.A. at the U.
of Indiana was hostess to 127 high
school girls on April 18, the annual
Play Day sponsored by the asso-
ciation. In the morning there were
supervised social games in the Wo-
Metro - Goldwyn " Mayer
THRUMS, S. C., May 16.-(,P-
An utimatum that the government
will not permit further outrages
was delivered by Inspector W. R.
Dunwoody of the provincial police
to an assembly of several thousand
Both the community Doukhobors
and the radical wing, the Sons of
Freedomh, attended the open air
meeting. Peter Verigin, leader of
the main colony, offered 2,200 acres
of land, houses, buildings, and
schools at Crestovia, if they would
settle in peace.
?DAY I1:30.11 :00
802 PACKAJRD ST,
TODAY, 12 to 2:3(j-5:30 to 7:30
SPECIAL. 50c DINNER
PEAS. OR FRUIT SALAD
12 to 2
SPECIAL 30c LUNCHEON
COLD SLICED VEAL WITH
CREAMED POTATOES AND
5:30 to 7:30
SPECIAL 35c DINNERS
STUFFED PORK CHOPS, JELLY
ROAST BEEF, MUSH4ROOM
SIRLOIN A LA CREOLE
PEAS OR FRUIT SALAD
Night at 8:30
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THE TRADER HORN
March 29th, 19N9 the f*arkess
2 trader, Hoz' troupe-efr .New
York HIarbor; Arrived Havre,
F~rane, April 4th. fBy train~ to
Genoa.; Ialy., By boat to Port
Said, Suez and Mombwwa. By
te 'toNarob -where the baye
GOOD SEATLS AT BOX OFFICE
MHNS& ELLYS in Africa"
Thekg of Director VanLyei
an advenrure-dramaznaif, an
waigchronicle of hu ye-
ithe N. Y. Times.
You laughed at theca in Atlantic City,, in New York, and in Scot-
nd, but in Africa they surpass everythii. g. You will howl at their antics
the jungle:, at their love ja king in a has -iialid at theta when they
&k elephants out of ivory.
1:30 to 1 1:00 P.. M.
LOW-DOWN ON DAY.'7IMiE WIVES
Goddess of Africa's
most sav'age nation!
Found by Trader
H orn and brought'
back to civilization!
auwwhen you are
fin 4 l°
R OBT. AE
JUN GLE WARI
Amazig beyond belief what yo:,
will seel Lions in mortal cornbatl
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